A different perspective on the collection with Aynouk Tan
5 Aug 2016
In honor of Amsterdam Gay Pride / EuroPride 2016, the Stedelijk Museum has invited three speakers to share their perspectives on the museum’s collection from an LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning and Intersex) related viewpoint.
- Stedelijk Museum, meeting point at Schiphol Lounge
- 2 - 3 pm
- Entrance ticket Stedelijk Museum + € 2,50
During these Gallery Talks, Aynouk Tan (fashion journalist), Christine Quinan (Gender Studies, Utrecht University) and Martijn van Nieuwenhuyzen (curator Stedelijk Museum) will guide you through their selections of artworks from the collection. They will offer personal insights and interpretations, and discuss their selections with a particular emphasis on queer, feminist and gender studies, as well as LGBTQI-related angles.
Join us during Pride Week to experience the Stedelijk collection from the unique perspective of these three speakers!
More information about the speaker
Photo: Fabian Landewee
Aynouk Tan (1982) is a fashion journalist, curator and art director. She observes fashion from an anthropological point of view and is interested in the way our clothing constitutes our identity and perceptions. For her column ’Fashion according to Aynouk Tan’ in the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad, she dressed herself in a different outfit each week in order to physically address these themes. Tan also works as a trend analyst and strategist for various companies and fashion designers. She has curated multiple exhibitions and frequently lectures at art academies and universities in and beyond the Netherlands.