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Chief Curator of Heritage, a specialist in contemporary period, from nineteenth century to today, Sylvain Amic began his career in the world of museums in Montpellier where he contributes for eleven years in the renovation of the Fabre Museum and the development of high-level projects. Curated numerous exhibitions in France and abroad, it is called twice to the Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, where he signed the first retrospective in France dedicated to the German expressionist painter Emil Nolde (2008) and a large thematic exhibition Bohemians (2012), which traces the origin of bohemianism, Leonardo da Vinci to Picasso. Appointed director of the museums of Rouen in autumn 2011, it created a new annual event, Le temps des collections, hailed as an initiative to replace the collections in the heart of the action of museums, and runs a program of exhibitions international scope that opens with Eblouissants reflets, 100 chef-d’œuvres impressionnistes (2013), and Cathédrales, 1789-1914, Un mythe moderne (2014) and as of March 21, 2015 Sienne : aux origines de la Renaissance.

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