Founder and International Director, Inspiring Culture.
After Ecole du Louvre in Paris, Dr Pick Keobandith received her Doctorate in Art History from Rennes II. A distinguished career in Paris followed where amongst other roles, she was an
adviser to Sydney Picasso (President of the Friends of Jeu de Paume), was an exhibition commissioner with Galerie Piltzer (Arman, Joseph Cornell, Elie Nadelman and Giambologna).
Later she worked with Joel Shapiro, Jan Fabre, Jaume Plensa and Tunga at Gallery Templon and taught Contemporary Art Market at Christie’s Education. After Paris, Keobandith chose Brussels to be the platform to share her vision of International Art. Both a gallery and an art office, Inspiring Culture opened in September 2016 and is located in the thriving gallery district in Brussels. Keobandith has established and developed deep working partnerships with art galleries, museums, curators, artists and politicians. She continues to work extensively in China where she is dedicated to creating a platform for international cultural dialogue.
In 2010 she created ‘Dialogue With Emperor Qin’ (China EU Sculpture Exhibition) a peaceful army of 28 sculpted soldiers — each European country represented by a sculptor, together with three Chinese sculptors — which first travelled to eight museums located in different Chinese cities and toured in Tsinandali (Georgia) and 8 cities in Europe. The exhibition ended in February 2018 in Zaha Hadid building — Port Authority, Antwerp- Belgium.
Dr Pick Keobandith is a frequently collaborating with the Diplomatic World Magazine and Target Laos Magazine. In preparations 2 projects :
“From Vrubel to Malevitch, Painting and Theater — Today and Yesterday”;
“Trees on Silk Road”.