Art Historian (UCLouvain, 1985), Isabelle de Visscher-Lemaître has also studied the relation between art and gaze at the Ecole de la Cause Freudienne in Brussels and Paris.
At first, she worked for contemporary art galleries and later into curating art shows among which : B’art Code (Bruxelles, 1991), La nature n’existe pas (Speelhoven-Aarschot, 2001), Refuges (Les Brasseurs, Liège, 2003), Are you a Doctor, Sir ? (UNESCO, Paris, 2007) and Disparates (Galerie De Simpel, Bruxelles, 2008). Meanwhile she has always had a free lance art critic activity (Forum, Artefactum, Tema Celeste, Flux News, L’art même, DITS, Art21, Zérodeux, YEAR + catalogs) and she has given lectures (Villa Arson-Nice, Académie Royale de Belgique, CERAP-Sorbonne Paris 1, Netwerk Alost, St Lukas-Gent, Association de la Cause freudienne, Paris).
Since 2010, she is active showing « films on art » with the association SensoProjekt (Paris). Concerning her research about Painting Falling Down the Floor, she has published three articles in the magazine La voix du regard (2008), Le Bulletin de l’Académie Royale de Belgique (2010) and YEAR (2013). As a member of the Abca-Bvkc (or AICA-be) since many years, she joined the Board of directors.