MOSTYN appoints new Curator of Visual Arts

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MOSTYN appoints new Curator of Visual Arts

Juliette Desorgues

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Juliette Desorgues as our new Curator of Visual Arts at MOSTYN, Wales UK - the foremost contemporary gallery and visual art centre in Wales. 

Juliette will work alongside MOSTYN Director, Alfredo Cramerotti, and the gallery team, to build upon the gallery's local, national and international reach and reputation through an outstanding and critically engaged exhibition and engagement programme.

Alfredo Cramerotti, MOSTYN Director said:
I’m delighted that Juliette joins the team. She has an outstanding curatorial vision and brings a wealth of institutional experience with her. As Curator of Visual Arts at MOSTYN, she will be a key contributor to the UK and international contemporary art scene in the coming years, and I’m looking forward to seeing the results of that work.

Juliette Desorgues said:
I am thrilled to be joining MOSTYN as Curator of Visual Arts. MOSTYN is known for playing a key role as a public arts institution, locally, nationally and internationally, through a critically engaged contemporary art programme. I am excited to be working with the MOSTYN team to continue this vision, at a time when the need to reflect critically, given today’s complex socio-political challenges, is essential, now more than ever.

About Juliette Desorgues
Juliette Desorgues is a curator and writer. She studied Art History at the University of Edinburgh, the University of Vienna and University College London. She previously worked as Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and held curatorial positions at the Barbican Art Gallery, London and Generali Foundation, Vienna. Recent projects include, amongst others, the exhibitions ‘This future is unthinkable. Yet here we are, thinking it’, Damien & the Love Guru, Brussels, 2019; ‘Hypersea’, artmonte-carlo, Monaco, 2018, and the exhibition and publication ‘Helen Johnson: Warm Ties’, Artspace, Sydney and ICA, London, 2018.