Jeunes Critiques d’Art is a collective founded in 2016 instigated by Horya Makhlouf and Grégoire Prangé, which today gathers 16 members: Alexia Abed, Adèle Anstett, Camille Bardin, Meryam Benbachir, Samuel Belfond, Luce Cocquerelle, Flora Fettah, Henri Guette, Tania Hautin-Trémolières, Caroline Honorien, Samy Lagrange, Mathilde Leïchlé, Claire Luna, Horya Makhlouf, Cindy Olohou and Grégoire Prangé.
Jeunes Critiques d’Art promotes independence, freedom of tone and commitment. Each member of Jeunes Critiques d’Art publishes individually and freely on a platform they call “critic run space”, reviews of exhibitions, portraits of artists and more theoretical texts on art and its environment. More than a platform, Jeunes Critiques d’Art is a group for reflection and exchange on critical practices, their role in the field of art and the political responsibility they entail.
Former members of the collective are : Irène Cavallaro, Anna Cummings (translator), Chris Cyrille, Arnaud Idelon, Flavie Ingeleare, Victoria Le Boloc’h-Salama, Charlotte Lebot (publisher), Margaux Luchet, Diane Der Markarian, Anne-Laure Peressin, Léo Panico-Djoued and Pauline Schweitzer and Clément Thibault.