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“Board members of cultural organisations are attracting increasing attention for their political and ethical stances. What impact can artist board members have on the way art foundations operate and advance progressive agendas based on inclusivity and fairness?”

 

Antony Hudek, Director,
Museum Dhondt Dhaenens

 

Yannick Ganseman, Artist 

Ganseman is an artist based in Brussels. He is active on the board of NICC, a Belgian, artist-run advocacy group and artists’ coalition. He has had a solo exhibition at CC Strombeek and a group show at Établissement d’en face, Brussels; M HKA, Antwerp; and will soon be in residence at Museum M, Leuven, where he will also have an exhibition. His work is in private and public collections in Belgium, Japan, the Netherlands and the UK.

 

Antony Hudek, Director, Museum Dhondt Dhaenens

Hudek is the former director of the art space Objectif Exhibitions in Antwerp and was the Director of Curatorial Studies—a collaborative post-master’s programme that is shared between the KASK-School of Arts in Ghent, S.M.A.K., and the University of Ghent.

He has previously worked as a curator in museums such as TATE Liverpool and M HKA (Antwerp), and at the Raven Row Gallery in London. In addition to his experience as a publisher, curator and researcher, Hudek also holds a doctorate in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.

 

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