Marie-Laure Bernadac, born in 1950, is an honorary general curator, currently responsible for the contemporary art at the Louvre museum. She has worked as a curator for the National Museum of modern Art, she has worked at the Picasso Museum (1989-1992), she was the head of the graphic art office for the Pompidou center and she directed the CAPC – Bordeaux Contemporary Art Museum. She wrote and co-wrote several books, particularly on Picasso (Picasso à l´écran, 1992; Propos sur l’art, 1998; Picasso: Le sage et le fou, 2007) and Louise Bourgeois (Louise Bourgeois, 2006). She was the curator or co-curator of several exhibits, particularly Le dernier Picasso: 1953-1973 (1988), Louise Bourgeois, pensées-plumes (1995), Féminin-Masculin, Le sexe de l’art (1995, with Bernard Marcadé), Picasso et les maîtres (2008, with Anne Baldassari) and Leiris & Co. Picasso, Masson, Miró, Giacometti, Lam, Bacon... (2015, with Agnès de la Beaumelle and Denis Hollier, at the Pompidou-Metz Center).