Remco de Blaaij
Remco de Blaaij is the Director of Artspace, in Auckland. He was Senior Curator at CCA Glasgow from 2012 to 2017. Previously, he co-curated Picasso in Palestine whilst working at the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, since 2007. He worked on the team of Be(com)ing Dutch, a two-year elaborate project in the museum that dealt with residues of globalisation, national identity and immigration. In 2011, he concluded his research at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths University with the publication too little, too late, which focused on border practices of visual culture against the background of Suriname, South America. In 2013 he was recipient of the CPPC/ICI Travel Grant for Central America and the Caribbean. At CCA he curated The Shock of Victory, an exhibition in reaction to the Independence Referendum in Scotland in 2014.
Curator’s Perspective: Remco de Blaaij
Remco de Blaaij Wednesday, February 12, 2014 78:30pm The James Gallery CUNY Graduate Center 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016 Remco de Blaaij (b. The Netherlands), is a Glasgow-based curator, who recently conducted research about women activist practices in the countries of Guatemala, Jamaica, Nicaragua, and Suriname. This past fall, de Blaaij visited local […]read more »
Remco de Blaaij: Travel Journal
The following are five journal entries from the 2013 CPPC Fellow, Remco de Blaaij, during his research travels to Guatemala, Jamaica, Nicaragua, and Suriname.read more »