Frédéric Ogée is
Professor of English Literature and Art History at Université Paris
Diderot (France). His main areas of research are 18th-century aesthetics,
literature and art, on which he has published several volumes and
articles, including two collections of essays on Hogarth. In 2006-07, he
curated the first-ever exhibition on William Hogarth for the Louvre.
Some of his recent publications include: Better in France? The circulation of ideas across the Channel in the 18th century (Bucknell University Press, 2005), Diderot and European Culture, a collection of essays (Oxford: The Voltaire Foundation, 2006, re-issued 2009), and J.M.W. Turner, Les Paysages absolus
(Paris, Hazan, 2010). In March 2012, he co-organized a conference at
UCLA on “Taste and the five senses”. His current projects include a
monograph and an exhibition on the Scottish Enlightenment and France, in
collaboration with the National Galleries of Scotland. Since October
2014, Frédéric Ogée has been a member of Tate Britain’s Advisory Council.
> Voir sa page personnelle (Univ. Paris Diderot).