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Jean-Yves Marin was born on 1955 in Caen, France, is a Museum director. Discover Jean-Yves Marin's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 65 years old?

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Occupation Museum director
Age 65 years old
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Birthplace Caen, France
Nationality French

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Jean-Yves Marin was educated in Caen and specialized in medieval urban archeology. Initially a municipal archaeologist from Caen, he managed numerous excavation sites and became a curator, then director of the Musée de Normandie until 2009. In 2009, he was appointed by the cultural minister of the town of Geneva Patrice Mugny as director of the Geneva Museum of Art and History (MAH) and its various sites - the Rath Museum, the Tavel House, the Graphic Arts Office and the Library of Art and Archeology. His task was notably defending the restoration and extension project by Jean Nouvel together with a public-private partnership with the oil magnate Jean-Claude Gandur. These plans were though rejected together with a museological project he presented shortly before the referendum on February 28, 2016, by the Genevan population. Since, he participated as one of the consultants in the elaboration of a new project by a group of extern experts under the direction of Jacques Hainard, the former director of the ethnographic museums in Neuchâtel and Geneva, and Roger Mayou, the former director of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva. Marin is also:

Since his arrival at the MAH, Jean-Yves Marin has developed a national and international policy for exhibiting the collections of the Museum of Art and History, building on a major public-private partnership. This policy was particularly successful with the "Geneva at the Heart of Time" exhibition, which was awarded in China in May 2016, winning the Best Cooperation Award for Best International Exhibitions in China.


He participated in the drafting of the ICOM code of ethics published in 2007. Jean-Yves Marin is also the author of many forums in the French newspapers Le Monde, La Croix et Le Figaro and in the Swiss newspapers Le Temps and La Tribune de Genève. He directs the publication of catalogs of exhibitions and catalogs of the MAH and manages the publication of the annual magazine Genava, which from 2017 will be published exclusively in digital version.


Jean-Yves Marin is also an associate professor at Senghor University in Alexandria since 1996 and teaches in various European universities, including a course on ethics, a subject for which his expertise is internationally recognized. He is regularly solicited to participate in international symposia on this theme, as a speaker or organizer. The most recent one took place in Geneva in December 2016 for the 30 years of the International Council of Museums code of ethics. He is a member of the Scientific Council of the Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in the conservation of the heritage and museology of the University of Geneva. He joined the International Council of Museums (ICOM) at an early stage and became chairman of the French committee (1992-1998), then president of the International Committee of Museums of Archeology and History (1998-2004), as well as Member of the International Committee on Museum Ethics (1998-2004). From 2010 to 2016, he directed the project of renovation and expansion of the Museum of Art and History of Geneva entrusted to the Atelier Jean Nouvel and drafted a scientific and cultural project. Since the refusal of the project by referendum in February 2016, he participated in the setting up of a new project.


Jean-Yves Marin is an archeologist, mediavelist and chief curator of French heritage. He is born in Caen in 1955.