Annabelle Teneze is a prominent figure in the French art world, renowned for her curatorial prowess and leadership in significant contemporary art institutions. She served notably as the chief curator at the Regional Contemporary Art Fund of Brittany (FRAC Bretagne) in Rennes, where she curated several pivotal exhibitions, bringing forward emerging artists and integrating innovative themes. Subsequently, Teneze took on the role of director at Les Abattoirs, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Toulouse. Throughout her career, she has championed a multifaceted approach to contemporary art, bridging historical context with modern interpretations and engaging broader audiences. Her influence extends beyond curatorial roles, participating in art talks, panels, and contributing to art publications, making her an integral voice in the French art discourse.