Deciphering, analysis, advise
The advice bureau is composed of a permanent team of specialized consultants who have in common : the ability to analyze, field experience in contemporary art sectors, brand strategy, cultural communications, operation of digital networks.
- Nina Rodrigues-Ely
Contemporary Art Consultant - Editorial Director
A law graduate with a diploma from the Ecole du Louvre, Nina Rodrigues-Ely was also trained at the Yvon Lambert gallery, the Cartier Foundation and the Cantini Museum (Marseille) before creating and managing the galerie de marseille from 1991 to 1996. She has represented Claudio Parmiggiani in France and continues to manage his institutional work and public and private procurements. In 2006 she founded the Observatoire de l'art contemporain which she has since managed, in order to allow her clientele to benefit from her analytical skills, her knowledge of the market and the world of contemporary art, and the experience she has gained over the past twenty years among artists, collectors and institutions.
- Valentin Heinrich
Master from the Sociology department of Paris-Sorbonne University, Valentin Heinrich has been interpreting trends in the contemporary artistic sphere for several years. After specializing in art history, with a Master's degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, he started focusing on the evolution of local cultural identities which are influenced by the Asian creative scene. Back in Paris, he pursued his work with a sociological research about building a reputation in the contemporary art market.
- Vincent Kozsilovics
Passionate about new information technologies and communications as well as new methods of artistic distribution, Vincent Kozsilovics studied applied mathematics at the University Paris VI. He has since undergone formal training in contemporary art, enhanced by his contact with artists, curators and Nina Rodrigues-Ely. At the Observatoire de l'art contemporain he is responsible for putting his ITC skills to use in order to spark social interaction between various entities on the social media platforms.
- Adelie de Soumagnat
With a degree from SOAS in London and Sciences Po Paris, Adélie de Soumagnat has been living between France and Kenya for the past 10 years, where she has been working in the NGO and cultural fields. She worked at the African Artists for Development foundation, for which she collaborated on the contemporary African art exhibition Lumières d'Afriques in 2015. More recently, she contributed to the book What People Wear in Kenya, published in 2019 by Kodoji Press and worked for the European Nomadic Biennial Manifesta in Marseille.
- Virginie Bertrand
- Pauline Lisowski
- Maud Maffei
- Jeanette Zwingenberger