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Anaïs Lellouche

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Anaïs Lellouche is a curator and agent based in London. She collaborates with a small group of visionary contemporary artists, fostering opportunities with museums and private collections.

Her international career spans across Dubai, London, Melbourne, New York and Paris and her curatorial skills were gained working in leading museums, such as the Centre Pompidou, Metz, where she collaborated on retrospectives and commissions by defining 21st century artists, such as Sol LeWitt and Daniel Buren. Later as Director of the pre-eminent Anna Schwartz Gallery in Melbourne, she supported artists with gallery and museum exhibitions and acquisitions. She also introduced new artists to the programme, such as Oliver Beer and Daniel Buren.

Anaïs’s expertise includes public art, having overseen ambitious events from the Expo202 in Dubai with Futurecity, to Nuit Blanche in Paris, White Night in Melbourne and Creative Time in New York. She serves on advisory boards for INSPIRE at the Peace Research Institute Oslo and the La Pause Residency in Marrakech.

Anaïs holds an MA from Bard College, Centre for Curatorial Studies, New York. She regularly publishes about and teaches contemporary art. She is a frequent contributor to international collector platforms, including The Cultivist, Quintessentially and The Guest Club. Her publications and writings have appeared in Art Monthly, Art Gallery of South Australia, State Library of Victoria, Creative Time and the Centre Pompidou-Metz. She is fluent in French and English, intermediate with Spanish and currently studying Greek.