Damien Anger is an art historian and curator. He has worked in several galleries in Paris, France, and also as a curatorial assistant in museums. He is also a PhD candidate from Universite Sorbonne, Paris, focusing on Queer censorship in American Art from 1969 to 2011. He completed a 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. His research interests also include undergrounds art scenes, post-conceptual Russian art, social issues in post-modern art and the relationship between cultural crisis and art controversy.