Yasmine Helou is an Italian Lebanese curator. Growing up between Beirut and Rome permitted her to have and use a multicultural and multilingual awareness in her personal and professional life. Through her studies in Paris, she had the opportunity to work in several entities of the Art world such as art galleries, in the role of assistant, and Museums, as part of the curatorial team and the cultural mediation department, suchlike The Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris and the National Museum of Beirut. She eventually decides to engage in a Master course in Curatorial Practice in Venice, Italy, following her motivation to deepen her understanding of the contemporary art field and to work for its promotion, which led her to co-found in 2018, a.topos, a curatorial collective based in the italian city. Since, then she has been involved in several cultural projects and exhibitions, such as the National Pavilion of Malta at the 2019 Venice Art Biennale, or the DK Zattere Curatorial Lab of the V-A-C Foundation... She is currently in charge of the exhibitions and events program of Venice Art Projects.