Clémentine Davin (°1985, Lyon FR) is an art historian based in Brussels and graduated of a master's degree in contemporary art at the University of Paris IV - Sorbonne. Attached to the study and promotion of artworks, artists and collections, she works alongside personalities from the art world by actively participating in the realisation of their exhibitions and projects, while also playing a role of documentation. In addition to her various missions on behalf of associations, companies and institutions in France and Belgium (MNAM - Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Le Printemps de Septembre in Toulouse, Le Musée de la Photographie in Charleroi), she is, since April 2017, a regular contributor to the contemporary art review of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, l'art même.
Her work as an art critic is part of a desire to make the artists' approach legible so that their artwork can be apprehended in its singularity and in relation to the whole production.
"Chroniques de paysages ordinaires", in Alain Bublex - An American Landscape, In Fine éditions d'art, FR/EN, Paris, 2020
"Formes implicites à l'oeuvre", in Michel Clerbois - Territories, Angelinna #6, FR/EN, Brussels, 2019
"Au-delà de la réalité observable", in Filip Dujardin - Overview, Atelier 34zero Muzeum, Brussels / Galeria Sztuki Współczesnej BWA, Katowice, EN/PL/FR/NL, 2018