Published on 29 July 2022
is a co-founder of COAL and has been leading the association since its creation. A graduate of the École du Louvre, she has devoted herself since 2004 to accompanying the emergence of a new culture of ecology in the field of visual arts, notably by co-directing the magazine NUKE, the self-portrait of the polluted generation and her gallery (2004-2007). She has curated nearly fifty exhibitions and as many programs and cultural actions, as well as the artistic direction of the 13 editions of the COAL Prize. Lauranne leads all the actions led by the association, participates in numerous conferences, publications and meetings dedicated to cultural ecology, and has taught at Science Po Saint Germain and at the Chair of Cultural Engineering of the CNAM.