Origins - Governance
THE BIRTH OF BAD+
BAD+ is the fruit of a meeting in May 2020 between Jean-Daniel Compain, who has long wished to bestow his hometown, Bordeaux, with an event worthy of the city's history and its place on the international scene and CEB (Congrès Expositions Bordeaux). They were joined by Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts and the Steering Committee.
JEAN-DANIEL COMPAIN - Commissioner-General of BAD+
General Manager of the Culture, Luxury and Leisure division of the Reed Group for 20 years, Jean-Daniel Compain developed and managed some the Group’s key events for the general public.
Among them: The FIAC, currently among the world’s top three contemporary art fairs. Paris Photo, the world's leading photography fair, and Paris Photo Los Angeles, launched at the iconic Paramount Studios in West Hollywood.
The French Biennial of Antique Dealers and Fine Jewellery (Biennale des Antiquaires et de la Haute Joaillerie), the Paris Book Fair, the Paris Boat Show and the Cannes Yachting Festival, etc.
Jill Silverman van Coenegrachts - Artistic director
Founder and director of JSVC Projects/London, a strategic consultancy for artists, designers, collectors, museums and galleries.
A gallerist, writer and cultural historian for more than 30 years in New York, London and Paris, Jill was the Partner of Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (2005-12), Managing Director of LISSON, London (1995-2005), Director of both John Gibson Gallery (1979-89) and Barbara Mathes Gallery (1989-90) in New York.
In addition to her involvement in the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (AUS), a think-tank and public policy centre founded in NYC by Peter Eisenman and Philip Johnson, which deepened an interest in design as a creative engine and collaborative tool, in particular for architecture and urban planning.
Congrès et Expositions de Bordeaux - CEB - Producer
A key player in business tourism in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.
Two activities: the hosting of events at its 4 venues (Bordeaux Exhibition Centre, Bordeaux Congress Centre, Hangar 14 and the Cité Mondial Congress Centre) and the production of events (general public, professional and sporting).
A professional company boasting more than 100 talented people working to promote regional activity sectors, managed by Stéphane Kintzig in association with project manager Frédéric Espugne-Darses.
Governance in line with the context, open and actively involving all stakeholders
THE STEERING COMMITTEE
The committee is composed of the organiser, gallery owners and figures from the world of art.
*Members involved in the selection of galleries
Albert Baronian is a Belgian gallery owner who specializes in contemporary art. He opened his first gallery in 1973 in Brussels. In 2002, he teamed up with Edmond Francey to open a space under the name «Baronian-Francey». Albert Baronian was also secretary and then president of the Association des Galeries d'Art Actuel de Belgique which launched the Foire d'Art Actuel de Bruxelles, now ArtBrussels. In 2013, Albert Baronian, art smuggler (sic), celebrates the 40th anniversary of his gallery and he is a major asset in securing the legitimacy of this first edition of the Salon BAD+.
After finishing his studies in London at the University of UCL, Adrien de Rochebouët joined the sales house PIASA in 2014 as a Post-War & Contemporary specialist. He participated in the development of the department as well as the creation of the department of African Contemporary Art.
In 2017, he joined the Nathalie Obadia gallery in Paris where he held the role of associate director and then director until February 2020. Since April 2020, Adrien has been advising collectors with its Art Advisory AMA Collection structure
CEO & Founder Arte Global & Red Collectors
PhD in Economic and Business Sciences as well as Art History from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. CEO and founder of the company Arte Global (2003) and the start-up Red Collectors (2017). Previously she worked at Citibank, The Bank of New York, and as director of Elba Benitez Gallery and Fernando Pradilla Gallery. Elisa Hernando is Professor in Art Economy and Art Appraisal at Universidad Nebrija. She has published her research in the International Journal of Arts Management. Regular international lecturer on market and art collecting in institutions such as the University of Applied Sciences for Business, Vienna; Juan March Foundation, Madrid, among others. She has curated exhibitions in Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid; MUSAC, Leon; among others. Elisa Hernando is an art collector and member of the board of the Collectors Association 9915.
Éditions Delpire (publishing house)
Congress & Expositions de Bordeaux
Congress & Expositions de Bordeaux
THE COMMITTEE OF HONOUR
The presence and close relationship of cultural institutions with BAD+ is one of the decisive factors in the success of the event and carving out a foothold on the national and international scenes.
The Committee of Honour is composed of local and regional institutions and renowned personalities from the world of culture and art.
Members of the Committee of Honour :
- Catherine Dupraz : Director of Cultural Affairs for the City of Bordeaux
- Lilian Saly : Deputy Director of Cultural Programming for the City of Bordeaux
- Sandra Patron : Director of the CAPC
- Bernard de Monferrand : President of FRAC Nouvell-Aquitaine MECA
- Claire Jacquet : Director of FRAC Nouvelle-Aquitaine MECA
- Constance Rubini : Director of the Bordeaux Design Museum (Musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design)
- Sophie Barthélémy : Director of the Bordeaux Fine Arts Museum (Musée des Beaux-Arts)
- Dominique Pasqualini : Director of the Bordeaux Fine Arts School (École des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux)
- Régine de Boussac : President of the Friends of the CAPC
- Christian Pallatier : President of BAC - Bordeaux Contemporary Art