Marie-Ange Brayer is curator, head of Design and Industrial Prospective department at the Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Pompidou, in Paris. From 1996 to 2014, she was director of the Frac Centre in Orleans where she developed a collection of experimental architecture, which became an international reference for radical architecture. In 1999, she founded, with Frédéric Migayrou, ArchiLab, international meetings of architecture, which gathered until 2013, in Orleans, more than 300 international architects of a new generation on the stakes of the digital technologies.
In 2002, she curated the Pavillon français at the Biennale of Architecture at Venezia with Béatrice Simonot.
In 2014, she was appointed head of the Design collection of the Mnam-CCI at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. In the context of Mutations-Creations, she has been curator of "Printing the world" (2017), "Ross Lovegrove. Convergence " (2017), "La fabrique du Vivant"(2019), with Olivier Zeitoun, at the Centre Pompidou, as well as "Design et merveilleux " at the MAMC + of Saint-Etienne (2018); “Design and the Wondrous”, with O. Zeitoun, at the Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum in Shanghai (2020).
Doctor in History of Art and Architecture (EHESS, Paris), M-A Brayer has published numerous essays on a transversal approach to creation, between art, design and architecture, dealing with digital technologies, and gives regular conferences in France and on an international level.