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Representing Amsterdam: music and migration

Annemarie de Wildt

Migration:Cities Workshop, Mexico 2017. Annemarie de Wildt is a historian and curator at the Amsterdam Museum. She has (co)curated many exhibitions, with a variety of objects, ofen a mix of ‘high’ and ‘low’ culture and with a strong input of human stories and a focus on difcult and uneasy subjects. She has presented and written about city museums, practices and dilemma’s of curating and (contemporary) collecting, prostitution, Amsterdam’s connection to slavery as well as protest movements.

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Curator at Museum Rotterdam


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