Pauline Vermare

Pauline Vermare

Pauline Vermare is an Associate Curator at the International Center of Photography, New York (ICP). Before joining ICP, Pauline worked at MoMA on Peter Galassi’s “Henri Cartier-Bresson –The Modern Century”. From 2003 to 2009, she was the head of communications and exhibitions production for Agnes Sire at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation in Paris. From 2001 to 2002, she assisted the head of Magnum Photos’ Paris office, Diane Dufour. As a curator, Pauline has been part of the International Center of Photography’s Exhibition department since 2010. She worked on the production of several groundbreaking ICP shows and publications, including “The Mexican Suitcase”, “Elliott Erwitt –Personal Best”, “Christer Strömholm –Les Amies de Place Blanche”,”Sebastião Salgado -Genesis”, “Capa in Color”, "¡CUBA, CUBA!", and "Public, Private, Secret".

Pauline Vermare holds both a Masters of International Relations from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) and a Masters in Japanese Language and Civilization (Langues’O).

ICP Involvement

Interview Public, Private, Secret—John Houck with...
Interview Public, Private, Secret—Merry Alpern...
Interview Public, Private, Secret—Stefan Ruiz...
Interview Thomas Dworzak: “Instagram books”...