Malick Ndiaye

Scholar in Art History

El Hadji Malick Ndiaye holds a doctorate in Art History from the University of Rennes II and a degree from the Institut National du Patrimoine (Paris). Former scholarship holder of the National Institute of Art History and former post-doctoral fellow of the Laboratory of Excellence Creation, Arts and Heritage (Labex CAP) and the Center for Research on Arts and Language (EHESS / CNRS), he is a researcher at IFAN/Ch. A. Diop and Curator of the Théodore Monod Museum of African Art. He was the Artistic Director of the 14th edition of the Biennial of Contemporary African Art (2022) and co-curator of the Picasso exhibition in Dakar, 1972-2022 (Museum of Black Civilizations, April-June 2022). His publications focus on modern/contemporary art, cultural policies and African museum institutions.