Laetitia Lina, Art Advisor and Art Curator
Laetitia Lina is an experienced Art Advisor, Art Curator and Consultant in post-war and contemporary European, Asian and American art, based in London and NYC.
Laetitia established L&L ARTS after her many years of experience in the commercial galleries of London, NYC and Christie's Paris, where she gained first hand experience in both primary and the secondary markets. Since its inception, L&L ARTS has focused on accumulating a strong network of artists, galleries, curators, and non-profit institutions worldwide. With this foundation, she is uniquely poised to be full conversant to the newest curatorial developments, market trends, and demand.
Since receiving a MBA from the European School of Economics and completing a Diploma Course in Fine and Decorative Arts at Christie's, Laetitia has worked on a variety of visual art projects and developed her own unique curatorial interest in American Pop Art, Arte Povera and Contemporary Art. She aims to leverage art that is intellectually and conceptually bold, while also technically accomplished.
Laetitia recently curated two retrospective exhibitions of American painter John Havens Thornton, at Amstel Gallery and Josee Bienvenu Gallery (NYC), a solo exhibitions of the Ecuadorian photographer Pablo Guarderas, at Melet Studio (NYC), and a series of video exhibitions titled PROJECT/ion at the Openhouse Gallery on Bowery (NYC). She also regularly collaborates with non-profit institutions, such as the Contemporary Art Society (UK), the Center for Italian Modern Art (NYC), Modern Art Oxford (UK), MOCA Chengdu (China), and Sifang Art Museum (China).