Having a Bachelor in Philosophy and a Master’s degree in Art History, I was looking for a formation that would give me the operational tools to use as a young professional in the art field — something that I felt was lacking in my previous academic experiences.

IESA’s MBA in Contemporary Art: Sales, Display, Collecting offered some very interesting courses within a comprehensive format; where I was able to obtain more theoretical and practical knowledge in a diverse range of subjects including art history, contemporary discourses, art law, marketing, finance, data analytics… while meeting so many other students from all over the world!

IESA also guided me through my first exhibition, which I organised in collaboration with a public institution in Paris. Today, I am working as a journalist specialising in the contemporary art and art market sphere, writing for French and European events such as Paris Photo, les Rencontres d’Arles, Art on Paper (Belgium) or GemGenève (Switzerland).