Arno van Roosmalen (1959), director of Stroom Den Haag, will give a talk on Tuesday 3 June from 12:30 - 1 p.m. in the auditorium of the Van Eyck.
You're welcome to join.
Arno van Roosmalen (1959) is director of Stroom Den Haag, centre for visual arts, architecture and urbanism in The Hague, Netherlands. Recent projects include “Foodprint” (on the relation between food, food production and the city) and exhibitions such as “Up to You” (2010) and “There, I fixed it” (2011) both on the theme of Upcycling, and solo shows by Raul Ortega Ayala (MEX), Emre Hüner (T), Mark Handforth (US), Ivan Grubanov (SER), Calin Dan (RO), Toby Paterson (GB), a.o.
He was curator for the City Collection at the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum (1994 – 1999); and program co-ordinator of TENT., centre for visual arts (1999 – 2004), both Rotterdam. In 1997 he was curator of the Dutch Pavilion at the Venice Biennial together with Leontine Coelewij (artists: Aernout Mik and Willem Oorebeek).
Arno van Roosmalen is an advisor for several national funds and institutions, art academies, member of juries and of boards of cultural institutions.