Born 1966, Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, France.
Diane Dufour is director of LE BAL in Paris, a contemporary photography, video, cinema and new media space created with Raymond Depardon in 2010. Internationally famous for the quality of its exhibitions (Anonymous, Nameless America; Topographies of War; Antoine d'Agata, Anticorps; Paul Graham; Lewis Baltz, Common Objects, etc.), LE BAL aims to combine the visual arts with reflections on society. Ms. Dufour has designed many books on contemporary photographers, including Mark Cohen, Dark Knees; Lewis Baltz, Common Objects; Dirk Braeckman, Sisyphe; Mark Lewis, Above and Below. She started Curators'day, a project exchange platform including 30 European museums. She was head of Europe Magnum Photos from 2000 to 2007.