" I see Art as a way of connecting to the others through the discovery of new perspectives, as a medium of self discovery through the access of an enriched emotional vocabulary and as a road to experience the concept of Otherness "


Julia Rajacic Rhapsody in Gold Michelle Gagliano solo show at Jardino
During Michelle Gagliano solo exhibition Rhapsody in Gold at Jardino

Julia Rajacic is a French-Serbian art curator & advisor based in Milan. Her aspiration is to bring together Art and Sustainability. She therefore focuses on giving voice to artists that imagine sustainable worlds. Following a personal need for coherence, she also includes sustainability to her curatorial practice, organizing sustainable events where a particular attention is placed on eco-friendly approach through all the step curatorial process, such as traveling, shipping, exhibition staging, material selection and catering.


Julia graduated from Ecole du Louvre in Paris and ARTEM Business School in Nancy which gave her the foundations for a multidisciplinary approach. She then completed her training by a Master on Art Advisory from ARP University in Italy and a special course from Centre George Pompidou on Art & Ecology.


She collaborated both with private collectors and public institutions such as Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Embassy of Republic of Korea, Institut Français, Gallerie Amarrage, Gallery Carré d’Artistes and City of Paris and has worked with both established and emerging artists.


In 2016, she co-curated the Belgrade International Triennial of Expanded Media. In 2020, she founded Jardino, an exhibition space dedicated to the celebration of Art & Nature in Milan. In 2022, she is appointed Gallery Manager at AA29 project room, a cultural actor supporting artistic research sensitive to political, social and ecological questions. Since 2023, she is among the first Active Members from Gallery Climate Coallition, an international community of arts organisations working to reduce the sector’s environmental impacts.