" I see Art as a way of connecting to the others, through the discovery of new perspectives, to oneself through the access of an enriched emotional vocabulary and also as a road to experience the concept of Otherness "
Julia Rajacic's 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 eco-exhibitions where a particular attention is placed on eco-friendly approach.
Julia graduated from Ecole du Louvre in Paris and ARTEM Business School in Nancy which gave her the foundations for a multidisciplinary approach.
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 published the book Intĭm ~ us exploring intimacy in time of pandemic through a selection of 28 contemporary artists. She recently joined Aa29 Project room, whose artistic research is based on ecological and environmental issues.