Born in Casablanca in 1975, Björn Dahlström is an art historian and museologist (École du Louvre, Paris). Between 2000 and 2007, he is in charge of programming at the Museum of Modern Art in Luxembourg (Mudam, architect, Mr. Pei) with his director Marie-Claude Beaud. He is a curator of the exhibition “Air conditioned” of the artist Su Mei Tse who receives the lion of gold for the best national participation in the 50th Venice Biennale in 2003. In 2008, he accompanied the sports equipment manufacturer Puma in his new sponsorship policy for contemporary art in Africa.
In 2010, the Majorelle Garden Foundation solicited him to ensure the scientific coordination of the new Berber museum in Marrakech which he is now the curator. Meanwhile, for Pierre Bergé, he participated in the restoration of the House of Emile Zola near Paris and directs the project Dreyfus Museum which will open in 2019 in the park of the house of the writer. In 2015 he was appointed the director of the museum YVES SAINT LAURENT Marrakech which opened its doors to the public in October 2017, in the immediate vicinity of the Majorelle Garden.