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Hilde de Bruijn
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Hilde de Bruijn

Hilde de Bruijn is Senior Curator at the Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen and a freelance curator and advisor in contemporary arts. She is the author of the blog www.hildegoesasger.org which resulted from a research into the writing and thinking of Asger Jorn (1914-1973). The research involves contemporary artists and other cultural practitioners and builds a starting point to re-think issues in contemporary artistic and discursive practices. Hildegoesasger included a series of public sessions at a variety of venues such as the Athens Biennial; The Statens Museum, Copenhagen; Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht; CCS Bard, New York and Wiels in Brussels.
De Bruijn recently organized the symposium ‘Opening Up / Making Current: artists’ interventions in museum collections’ at the Cobra Museum (2017) and curated ‘The Soul in Limbo’, a solo exhibition and monographic publication with Jennifer Tee at the Cobra Museum (2016). She co-edited and was an author for the artists’ book ARCHIVE CRISIS, Shaking up the Shelves of History: A Visual Essay on Media Images from the Recent Political Past of Greece, by Stefanos Tsivopoulos (2016). Between 2007 and 2010 she was Head of Exhibitions at SMART Project Space, Amsterdam and an advisor for the NL Film Fund, the Mondriaan Foundation and City of Utrecht.