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Louise Jacquier

Louise Jacquier is a curator and cataloguer based in the UK. Armed with a BA in Art History from the Université de Bordeaux Montaigne and an MA in Curation from Norwich University of the Arts, Louise has established herself as a dedicated individual in the field.

In her current role as a Cataloguer specializing in modern, contemporary art and photography at Bridgeman Images, Louise meticulously organizes and categorizes a vast collection of visual assets. Her expertise enhances the accessibility and usability of Bridgeman Images’ archive, facilitating seamless exploration for researchers, historians, and creatives globally. Louise’s journey in the art sector began with internships at institutions such as the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts and the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology. These experiences provided her with invaluable skills in collections management and curatorial practices.

Louise has showcased her curatorial prowess by independently organizing three exhibitions, spotlighting local artists and earning widespread acclaim. Moreover, her contributions to Rediscovering Art by Women magazine, particularly with articles like “Art and Domesticity: A Chronological Exploration of Their Interplay” underscore her analytical thinking and engagement with contemporary art discourse as well as feminist art.

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