I am an Art Historian, graduated from Sorbonne University with my minor in History. I grew up and lived in Africa for 15 years where we wandered with my family in Abidjan, Casablanca and Tunis.
After various experiences in cultural mediation in Nancy (Museum of Fine Arts and the famous École de Nancy) as well as in Paris at the National Museum of the History of Immigration, I decided to launch my freelancing career.
I offer specialized tours around sculpture and molding, in particular within the very prestigious Rodin Museum located in the 7th arrondissement. I invite you to visit as well two workshop-museums, as Zadkine Museum in the 6th arrondissement and Bourdelle Museum in the 15th.
Tours guides are in French and in English.
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Being a great traveler, I left my home country Estonia following my passion for art history, which brought me to France.
Shortly after my graduation from the University of Strasbourg in Master's degree "Critique-Essais, Écriture de l’art contemporain", I had the opportunity to organize a number of private tours for many cultural structures in Paris. I thus presented to public artworks and activities of the Tokyo Palace, Paris La Défense, the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art and the Rencontres d'Arles during the exhibition "Dior, the Art of Color". My passion for cultural mediation began with my first internship at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and was affirmed at the Venice Biennale where I presented Estonian artist Katja Novitskova in 2017.
I propose specialized visits in Nantes, like Museum of Arts and the famous "green line", as well as in Paris around the contemporary creations.
Guided tours offered in French, English and Russian.