Anaël Pigeat is an art critic and journalist, a graduate of the Courtauld Institute.
She was editor-in-chief of Art Press magazine between 2011 and 2018. She then joined the team of the monthly The Art Newspaper France as editor-at-large, and contributes to the culture pages of Paris Match. She was one of the speakers of La Dispute on France Culture, from 2014 to 2020. She regularly hosts Masterclasses on France Culture, as well as series on the program À Voix Nue. She created, produces and hosts the podcast Phonomaton since 2020. She has written, among other things, Cinéma Martial Raysse (Les Presses du Réel), L’Art en mouvement (La Martinière), Effervescence de la peinture dans l’art contemporain (Flammarion)… She has curated several exhibitions, including recently: « Mais pas du tout, c’est platement figuratif, toi tu es spirituelle mon amour! » at the Jousse Gallery, « Rosa Maria Unda Souki. Beginnings », at the Cité internationale des Arts, « Jennifer Douzenel. Out Of The Blue » at UNESCO, « Les Révélateurs » at the Christian Berst gallery, « Entre tes yeux et les images que j’y vois » at the Pernod-Ricard Foundation.