Caitlin Elizabeth Boucher is an independent Curator, Contemporary Art Consultant, and Art History lecturer.
Her curatorial focus is particularly linked to the identity and the use of the space in which art is exhibited and the viewer is present, thus exploring questions of culture and the notion of art as a window onto our contemporary world.
Following various professional experiences at prominent art world locations, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Christie’s auction house, New York, she worked with Valerie Cueto as Gallery Manager at Cueto Project, New York, before moving to Paris in 2009. Specialized in the contemporary art market and its various actors, she has collaborated with Thaillywood Artist Residency, FIAC, France's major contemporary art fair, and numerous international art fairs regarding their collector and institutional relations strategy, as well as branding and development. In addition to curating new exhibition concepts, Caitlin has launched an innovative platform for contemporary art residencies that create collaborative experiences between art and science. This network is called The Catalyst Platform.
Originally from the island of St. Croix in the Caribbean, Caitlin graduated from New York’s Barnard College of Columbia University with a major in Art History and complementary minors in Psychology, French, and Dance History. Caitlin holds a Master degree in Contemporary art and Art Market Studies from l'Institut d'Études Supérieures des Arts (IESA), Paris.