Estelle Lecaille is a historian of contemporary art and photography, museologist and curator.
She worked as artistic director of the aliceday gallery in Brussels and was a member of the curatorial collective Komplot for 6 years.
In 2014, she founded mòsso, an independent collaborative platform for contemporary artistic practices that designs and supports international projects with countries in the South.
In particular, she organizes the dokountin project, cross residencies between artists between Belgium and Benin.
Since 2015, she has collaborated with Congolese visual artist Sammy Baloji in the production studio Twenty Nine in Brussels.
She regularly contributes to various publications such as Diptyk magazine, Afrique In Visu, L'Art Even or the magazine 50 ° Nord.