Ann Demeester

Ann Demeester (b. 1975) has been the director of de Appel arts centre and de Appel Curatorial Programme since 2006. She studied Germanic philology and worked as a cultural journalist for the Belgian newspaper De Morgen and as the literary editor and coordinator for the newspaper De Financieel-Economische Tijd. Demeester was the assistant curator of Jan Hoet in Ghent (Municipal Museum for Contemporary Art, SMAK) and Watou (Poetry summer 2000) and worked as his deputy director in the German Museum MARta Herford. From 2003 to 2006 she was the director of W139, an exhibition and production centre for contemporary art in Amsterdam. She was a member of the editorial team of the literary journals, Yang, A Prior Magazine and F.R. David, and wrote texts for catalogues on the work of, amongst others, Luc Tuymans, Michael Borremans, Jennifer Tee, Richard Hawkins, Mika Rottenberg and Bjarne Melgaard. Together with Kestutis Kuizinas she was the curator of the X Baltic Triennial of International Art in Vilnius (Lithuania) in 2009.

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