Rein Wolfs has been appointed as the new director of the Stedelijk Museum in amsterdam. He succeeds Beatrix Ruf, who will be under fire, but because of a possible conflict of interest.
Wolf will start on the 1st december in Amsterdam. He was previously, from 2001 to 2007 and served as the head of the presentation of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam, and found that, in 2003, the Dutch pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
“I grew up listening to the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and I hope I will have the guidance and support they need to make it a museum, with its revolutionary history, and a great collection, but for the future, and to lead,” says Wolf, on the site of the Stedelijk Museum in amsterdam.
“It’s Urban, it is a bold, public institution that is even more diverse, more human, and more and more international and can play a vital role in the public debate. The Urban is for everyone – artists, visitors, and anyone who has to get to the museum.”
Until the Wolf time, it will be by Jan-Willem Sieburgh, the function of an interim managing director will continue to hold. He went to Ruf, which later on, all the blame all around the a conflict of interest, it was removed from the water.
We are very happy to share that the Supervisory Board of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam announced today that it Rein Wolfs, has been appointed its next director.
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AvatarAuteurStedelijkMoment of plaatsen09:34 – 7 June 2019 at the latest