Laura Neve is an art historian specialized in modern and contemporary Belgian art, more particularly in surrealism and abstraction. From 2011 to 2015, she used to work as a scientific collaborator at the Musée d’Ixelles in Brussels. The following two years, she continued as a research assistant at Patrick Derom Gallery. She is now a freelance curator, author and speaker. She curated about fifteen exhibitions among which Paul Delvaux. Aux sources de l’œuvre (Musée d’Ixelles, 2010-2011), Jo Delahaut. Hors Limites (Botanique, 2013), Paul Delvaux. Le rêveur éveillé (Musée Cantini, Marseille, 2013), Abstractions géométriques belges, de 1945 à nos jours (BAM, Mons, 2014), Paul Delvaux. Paseo por el amor y la muerte (Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, 2015), 100 anos de arte belga, do impressionismo ao abstracionismo. Coleção Simon (Centro Cultural FIESP, São Paulo, 2018), Jacques Villeglé, les murs ont la parole (Patrick Derom Gallery, Brussels, 2018-2019), Giorgio de Chirico. Aux origines du surréalisme belge (BAM, 2019). Since 2019, she is also the artistic director of the Fondation privée du Carrefour des arts in Brussels, which supports the young Belgian creation.