Anaïs Lepage is art historian and curator. She lives and works in Paris.
Trained in Art History at the Ecole du Louvre in Paris, in Museum Studies at the Université du Québec à Montréal, and in Curatorial Studies at the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Anaïs Lepage had multiplied experiences in France and abroad : at the Museum of Contemporary Art and at Vox, center for contemporary image in Montreal, and with freelance curator Guillaume Désanges for exhibition projects at La Verrière, Fondation Hermès in Brussels and for the 8th Biennale of Contemporary Art at Louvain-La-Neuve (Belgium). Since 2014, she is involved in museum institutions dedicated to contemporary creation as assistant curator, first at the Museum of Modern Art in the City of Paris for "Co-workers, artist as network" exhibition, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chengdu (China) for “In the Meantime, the Narrative Artist” an exhibition of MAMVP videos installations collection, and then at the Artistic Direction of the Louis Vuitton Foundation for "Art /Africa" exhibitions. Inspired by collaboratives energies and an international dynamic, she co-founded heiwata, a curatorial collective with members based between Mexico, Paris and Toronto. As freelance curator, she worked on various exhibitions projects including collective exhibition "Quart d'heure american" for 50th AICA Congress. Combining an institutional and experimental approaches of creation, Lepage art interests converge around underrepresented aspects of art history, hybridity in contemporary art, relationships between fiction and document, multidisciplinary works and performative practices. She regularly contributes to exhibition catalogues, monographs and critical reviews.