Maëlle Delaplanche is an independent curator and a member of the consultative commission for the visual arts in the Walloon Federation of Brussels. Her curatorial practice has developed alongside artists, renowned curators and by working with art centers such as WIELS and galleries.
In 2016, the Interstices project was created around a cycle of six nomadic propositions in various places in the city of Brussels in indirect link with the public space by creating several partnerships and with emerging artists such as Maëlle Maisonneuve or confirmed artists such as Jean Baptiste Bernadet.
In 2017, the Ateliê Fidalga welcomes him in residence in São Paulo with the support of the French Institute and WBI for a solo exhibition of Nicolas Bourthoumieux. Recently, in 2020-2021 it is the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium that invites him to exhibit a panorama of contemporary creation in Belgium through the platform Art Cares Covid.
Today, in addition to her curatorial activities, she is involved in the Federation of Plastic Arts in order to represent and defend the artists and actors of the sector in various necessary worksites.