Pick Keobandith (*1965) Laos / Belgium / France


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Belgian curator and art historian, Pick Keobandith was born in 1965. Of Laotian origin, Keobandith studied at the École du Louvre in Paris, where she received a doctorate in art history. During her studies, she specialized in European sculpture between 1900 and 1914. This focus stemmed from her intensive research into sculptor Elie Nadelman from the “Paris Period”. She has written a number of publications about fine art. She is the director of Qu Art in Brussels and collaborates with Chinese galleries and museums, which allows her to present major contemporary European artists in China as well as Chinese artists in Europe. As a result, she created a broad network of museums and galleries around the world that hold exhibitions based on friendly partnerships. In addition, Keobandith has managed three of the most popular galleries in Paris – Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Galerie Anne de Villepoix and Galerie Daniel Templon.

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