Floriane de Saint Pierre is the founder of an eponymous consulting firm based in Paris, Milan and New York. She is the founder of FLORIANE DE SAINT PIERRE & ASSOCIÉS and EYES on TALENTS. Passionate for contemporary visual arts, she is a Founding Member of the Palais de Tokyo Art Club Entreprises, a Member of the Groupe d’Acquisition de la Photographie of the Centre Pompidou and leads the Benefactor Committee of Aware, Archives of Women Artists Research and Exhibitions. Her collections of contemporary art and photography focus on women artists.
Axelle Molleur is the head of Cultural office in Chicago and the Midwest and head of Villa Albertine Chicago
Axelle was previously Deputy Director of the French National Center of Danse
Jean-Baptiste de Beauvais is a doctorate in philosophy. He is Director of Studies at the Beaux-Arts de Paris since 2019. He was director of external relations at the Palais de Tokyo where he worked from 2005 to 2007 and from 2011 to 2019.
He has collaborated on numerous artistic projects, including several editions of Nuit Blanche (2006 and 2016) and Monumenta at the Grand Palais (Anselm Kiefer in 2007, Richard Serra in 2008, Anish Kapoor in 2011) as well as various exhibitions. He has published Voir Dieu, an essay on the visible and Christianity, and has worked on the concept of the indeterminate in Hegel and the concept of evidence in Pascal, among others.
Catherine Sarr is the founder and CEO of Almasika Fine Jewellery, a fusion of design and culture creating jewellery rooted in symbols, shape and stories transcending societal boundaries. She is a member of the Women's board and Advisory Committee of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is also a member of the programs committee of The Arts Club of Chicago.
Mamadou-Abou Sarr is the founder and President of V-Square Quantitative Management, a global asset management firm headquartered in Chicago. Mamadou is actively involved in philanthropic and civic activities around the world. He is a member of the committee on Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago and a member of the museum council at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. Mamadou is a French Foreign Trade Advisor, appointed by decree of the Prime Minister of France.