Julie Enckell Julliard is a Swiss art historian and curator. Between 2013 and 2017, she ran the Musée Jenisch Vevey, after being the museum’s modern and contemporary art curator (2007-2013). Enckell Julliard has led over fifty exhibition projects and publications, with artists such as Pierrette Bloch, Alain Huck, Ulla von Brandenburg, Thomas Hirschhorn, Francis Alÿs, and Denis Savary, amongst others. A doctor in art history, Enckell Julliard published Vers le visible. Exposer le dessin contemporain 1964-1980 and other books with the éditions Roven, as well as Petit manuel des techniques du dessin (Scheidegger & Spiess 2016) and, in full, Les carnets de Jean-Luc Manz (JRP Ringier 2015). A member of the CFA (Commission fédérale d’art), Enckell Julliard is also a board member of the SGG (Société d’arts graphiques suisse).
Since 2018, Enckell Julliard has been the manager of the HEAD’s Cultural Development.
Head to Head III – microsillons
The HEAD–Genève’s TRANS– Masters is devoted to students wanting to get involved in socially engaged and collaborative artistic projects or cultural mediation. The Masters was founded by microsillons, a duo composed of…
Head to head II – Alexandra Midal
In this portrait, which takes the form of an interview, Julie Enckell Julliard seeks to grasp the originality and radicality of Alexandra Midal’s thinking, which enlarges the field of design theory by…
Exhibiting in an educational field
This book is not only an opportunity to tell the story of the projects that marked the first decade of LiveInYourHead, which came to be considered, shortly after its inception in 2009,…
En 1997 paraissait L’irrésolution commune d’un engagement équivoque. Ecart, Genève 1969-1982, un livre publié par Christophe Cherix et Lionel Bovier en écho à l’exposition éponyme dont ils étaient les commissaires, respectivement organisée…