Delcroix Pinsky is a French and British curatorial partnership based in King’s Cross, London.

Curator Stéphanie Delcroix and artist Michael Pinsky develop projects, which define places and engage people in unexpected ways. Their practice ranges from initiating their own projects and exhibitions to responding to calls for art programmes.

They take their inspirations from artworks they encounter around the world in conventional art spaces but also where it is no longer confined: heritage buildings, industrial parks, river mouths, toilets and allotments.

Beside the partnership, Stéphanie Delcroix is directing the visual arts programme of Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig and curator-producer of the Spare Parts Season for Science Gallery London and  Michael Pinsky works on his own artistic projects and commissions.

In 2015-16, Delcroix Pinsky were artistic directors of BeHave, an ambitious artists’ residency programme initiated by Fonds Belval.  Ten international artists participated to programme which culminated in July 2016 with BeHave a city-wide exhibition of the commissions realised during the residencies.

Prior to this, they devised RELAY, a series of temporary artworks to mark the redevelopment of King’s Cross. Four major interventions by international artists Marjetica Potrc & OozeFelice Varini, Richard Wentworth and Jacques Rival were realised.

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