Justine Daquin
Curator and Head of Cultural Programming, Art Explora Foundation

French, English
Specialty: Multidisciplinary

Justine Daquin is an exhibition curator. Her research and work are linked to liquid and liminal territories, language and the obscure. Her deeply hybrid practice has led her to create experimental programs conceived over a long period of time, combining curatorial commissions, exhibitions and publishing. His research and projects have led him to work in Paris, but also in an international context and with international research networks.

With her collective Calypso36°21, she co-created the traveling research program between France, the Netherlands and Morocco (2018-2021), which explored the liminality of Mediterranean border landscapes (the first exhibition of which was part of Manifesta 13 in Marseille); was one of the residents of Ocean Space with Tba21 and Fluxus Art Project; coordinated the first biennial of architecture and landscape in Versailles under the direction of Djamel Klouche; was invited to Cove Park to present her research Tales of Old Women at the symposium organized for COP26.

After a stint in the POUSH thinkers' office, she is now head of cultural programming for the Art Explora Foundation.

Justine regularly writes texts for emerging artists, to help them take a fresh look at their practice.