Imara Limon (b. 1988) is curator at the Amsterdam Museum, where she curated the exhibition Black Amsterdam (2016) about black role models in the Netherlands. Limon has a background in Contemporary Art, Museology and Cultural Analysis at the University of Amsterdam. She curated the exhibition Black & Revolutionary, an initiative by The Black Archives, and is leading the museum program New Narratives that reconsiders the narratives told by the institution and finds alternative stories around the collections. Limon was part of the New World Summit team, founded by artist Jonas Staal, and the manager of Frontier Imaginaries, founded by curator Vivian Ziherl, with international exhibitions and publications. She co-curated Nieuw Amsterdams Peil (2017), a collaborative project with curator Alessandro Vincentelli (BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art) and six Amsterdam galleries. Limon is board member of Kunsten 92, advisor at the Mondriaan Fund and the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts (AFK), and winner of the National Museum Talent Prize 2017. Photo: Renata Chede.
Image: Black & Revolutionary (2017). The Black Archives. Design by Raul Balai. New Narratives at the Amsterdam Museum: Imara Limon Tuesday, July 17, 2018 6:308pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE and open to the public Organized in collaboration with ISCP, curator Imara Limon will speak about recent curatorial projects at the Amsterdam […]read more »