Le Pavé dans la m'Art is a French cultural association aiming at bringing contemporary art closer to a broader audiance.

This institution is composed of artists and art
enthusiasts. It aims to create encounters between artists and public, through the organization of interactive exhibitions.

It participates in the promotion of contemporary creation in all its forms, offering the opportunity to artists of all horizons to exhibit their work.

The events of the association are characterized by several choices:

  • The choice to deal with topics that echo in contemporary society
  • The non-hierarchy of artists: Always in a concern for plurality, internationally renowned artists are presented alongside emerging artists.
  • The eclecticism of the mediums and styles exhibited: The selection does not operate any hierarchy of mediums and exposes alongside the so-called traditional artistic forms (painting, photo, sculpture), more modern mediums (installations, performances, electrography, video) as well as decorative arts (illustrations and embroidery).




French-Serbian curator interested in the themes of identity and intersectionality. At the heart of her curatorial approach is the aspiration to bring to life moments of contingent gatherings between several universes, all in an orchestrated indiscipline. Julia Rajacic encourages dialogue among artists, public and institutions by stimulating a collective artistic emulation. Through the creation of Off-Sites projects, she is aiming at highlighting an underrepresented scene, towards a sometimes forgotten audience. Each show is a unique opportunity for a common experience, where the magnitude of the artworks is enhanced by a multi-dimensional dialogue in resonance with the territory.


Through multicultural exhibitions, the curator is also looking for exchanges among artists and for the creation of a collective artistic emulation.


The curator lives and works between Paris and Milan. In 2016 she was appointed co-curator of the Belgrade International Triennial of Expanded Media.