Vere van Gool works with high-profile museums, companies and organizations across the world. She conceptualizes, curates and delivers forward-thinking projects, strategies and partnerships at the intersection of art, design and fashion: connecting companies to culture through innovative and authentic ideas that inspire people. 

Based in Paris, and previously New York, São Paulo, Shanghai, London and Singapore, Vere holds a global comprehension of creative spheres and future relevancies. Honing a hybrid skill set in critical thinking and cultural credibility, she spearheads strategies that transform how brands engage with contemporary and emerging communities.

Vere has worked for CHANEL, Harvard University, NEW MUSEUM, Gucci, BMW, CCA Singapore, A Magazine Curated By, LUMA Foundation and Vogue. She has lectured at the Architectural Association, Cooper Union, Columbia University, Goldsmiths, Gwangju Biennale, Harvard University, MIT, CCA Singapore, Storefront for Art and Architecture. Her work is featured in Architectural Review, ArtNet, Crash Magazine, Document Journal, I-D Magazine, Surface Magazine and The New York Times.