Pauline Doutreluingne is an independent curator.

Recent projects include Picture Berlin 2015 and The Next Big Thing is Not a Thing at NAiM/Bureau Europa (Maastricht, NL) and upcoming Agency of Living Organisms at Tabakalera, San Sebastian, Spain in October 2016. She was cofounder of the Berlin based art collective Mindpirates up until 2013 where she directed the Mindpirates Projektraum. She has curated numerous exhibitions including If You Are So Smart, Why Aint You Rich?, with Bonaventure Ndikung for the Marrakech Biennale 2014, OF Bodies Chang’d to Various Forms, I Sing…(cubus-m/Berlin), Fold at CIAP (BE), Positioning Osmotic Impulses (2012) at Former prison Neukölln, Berlin, Nomadic Settlers – Settled Nomads (2011) at Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien Berlin, RPLCMNT at SAVVY Contemporary and There Is No I in Team at Program eV and in public spaces in Newcastle upon Tyne and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (UK). Her work focuses on artistically translating and examining societal developments and fostering cultural knowledge exchange between people and places. Pauline Doutreluingne trained in Sinology at Ghent University (BE) and wrote her Master’s thesis on experimental Chinese art and post-Orientalism. She followed a master program in art management at CAFA, Beijing (2004), was the founder of the Borderline Moving Images Festival in Beijing and assistant director at Platform China Contemporary Art Institute until 2007. 

Pauline presented her practice at the Curatorial Marathon They Shoot Horses Don't They? in Summer 2014. She was the appointed PICTURE BERLIN Summer Session 2015 curator. Pauline continues to be an active member of the PB faculty. Pauline was the Artistic Director of the 10 year celebration of PICTURE BERLIN in 2019 titled Interiors to Being.

In 2020, Pauline is cuerating PICTURE BERLIN's 10 day Summer Session titled RE-IMAGINING WANDERS - a program looking at ART & ACTIVISM.