Justė JonutytėContemporary Art Market Expert; Founder @TemaProjects & @OurTravelAffair
During my 10-year career in the arts, I have helped many artists launch international careers and implement ambitious large-scale projects. Whether you’re an artist, a curator or an arts manager, I believe I can give some valuable advice in the field.
About me
I’m a Curator and Producer of Contemporary Art, and a Board Member at Rupert, a centre for Art & Education in Vilnius, Lithuania, where I worked as a Director for 6 years. I hold an M.A. in History of Art from the University of St Andrews, Scotland and have previously worked in curatorial departments at Tate Modern (London) and Jonas Mekas Foundation (New York), as well as curated independent projects in Iceland, Latvia, Belgium, Norway and elsewhere. During my 10-year career in the arts, I have helped many artists launch international careers and implement ambitious large-scale projects. Alongside my professional career in the arts, I have pursued my lifelong passion for travels through my blog @OurTravelAffair, which launched in 2018. Having visited over 50 countries in 5 continents numerous times, I can help you pick the best spots for a relaxing brunch, lunchtime exhibition and romantic dinner in the city of your choice.
Contemporary Art Market Expert; Founder @TemaProjects & @OurTravelAffair
Vilnius, Lithuania
www.qoorio.app/o/juste.jonutyte
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