Juliette Desorgues
02.11. — 09.11.2018
Bucharest, Cluj

Juliette Desorgues is an independent curator and writer based in France and the UK. She recently co-edited a publication on the work of Australian artist Helen Johnson (co-published by ICA, London and Artspace, Sydney, 2018) and curated the group exhibition ‘Hypersea’ as part of artmonte-carlo in April 2018 and. She is currently curating a group exhibition for Damien and the Love Guru gallery, Brussels in January 2019. She previously worked as Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, where she curated a number of exhibitions, commissions and events including 'in formation' (2017); ‘Helen Johnson: Warm Ties’ (2017); ‘The Things that Make you Sick: Loraine Leeson and Peter Dunn' (2017); 'Everything is Architecture: Bau Magazine from the 60s and 70s' (2014); 'Bloomberg New Contemporaries' (2016 and 2015), 'Yuri Pattison: mute conversation' (2014). Prior to this, Desorgues held curatorial positions at the Barbican Art Gallery, London and Generali Foundation, Vienna.