Estelle Lecaille is an art historian and curator at mòsso in Brussels, an independent collaborative platform for contemporary artistic practices that designs and supports international projects in Europe with countries of the South. Since 2013, she has developed the artistic exchange project between Belgium and Benin dokountin, which means "where the wealth is" in Fongbé.
In 2021, together with ayoh kré Duchâtelet from Villa Hermosa, she is setting up the sika editorial project, a free magazine accessible online (www.editionsika.be). She also contributes to the magazines IAM, Diptyk, l'art Même and the online platform Afrique In Visu. Since 2019, she has run the Twenty Nine studio in Brussels, which designs and produces the work of Congolese artist Sammy Baloji.
She curated the exhibitions Kinshasa (N)Tonga in Kinshasa and Brussels with Kanal-Centre Pompidou en 2022 and Style Congo. Heritage & Heresy at Civa in Brussels in 2023.