Since 2010, Marion Hilsen has been the director of cultural initiatives for the French entertainment retail chain FNAC. “In France, FNAC is one of the few companies to have a cultural policy regarding photography. Its network includes 20 galleries throughout French territory, and in Monaco. That’s unique! We’ve also kept our contacts with FNAC galleries in Italy. Those are the legacy of Laura Serani (who was the head of photography for FNAC from 1985 to 2006).” Conscious of the fact that she is defending a wonderful program—“yesterday it was a dream, but today it’s become a luxury”—Marion Hislen has found a balance between worlds of business and photography. “It’s an ideal position for me.”
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