Damien Anger is a PhD student from Université Sorbonne, Paris, France, focusing on the art censorship in the United States from the 1970s until today. He completed an M.A. in contemporary art history in 2016 and his master's thesis was centered on the art censorship in the conceptual artworks of Hans Haacke. In 2014, Damien received a B.A. from Ecole du Louvre, Paris, France. His research interests include censorship in European and Russian Art, social issues in post-modern art and the relationship between social events and art controversy.
He worked as a gallery assistant in Paris and also as a curatorial assistant at Musée Bourdelle, Paris, in 2016. He assisted the two curators of the exhibition “Of Sound and Fury: Bourdelle sculptor and photographer” (Paris, Musée Bourdelle, June 2016 – January 2017). He published a chronology for the construction of the Monument de Montauban from Antoine Bourdelle in the catalog “De bruit et de fureur, Bourdelle sculpteur et photographe”, directed by Chloë Théault, published in 2016.