gallery talks

Ingeborg de Roode
26 Oct 2012

Location: Schiphol Hal (entrance hall)
Language: Dutch
Entrance: Visitors only pay entrance to the museum (special discounts apply).

Reservations: It is necessary to make a reservation. Send an e-mail to, stating your full name, e-mail address, telephone number, and the date of the event for which you want to reserve a seat.

After the museum reopens, the Stedelijk will continue the series stedelijk|gallery talks, in which well-known scientists, artists, curators, and critics organize a tour around a selection of exhibited works in the museum on the basis of their own expertise and background.

Ingeborg de Roode, curator for Industrial Design at the Stedelijk, will give a Gallery Talk in the afternoon. She will devote special attention to the new collection presentation of design. 

More information about the speaker:
Ingeborg de Roode studied history of art in Leiden and started her museum career as the curator for the Dutch Textile Museum in Tilburg. Since 2001, she has been the curator of Industrial Design for the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, where she has organized various exhibitions, such as 'Ontwerpen voor kinderen. Meubels / Speelplaatsen van Aldo van Eyck' (Design for children. Furniture/playgrounds by Aldo Van Eyck) (2002), 'Kramer vs Rietveld, contrasten in de meubelcollectie' (Kramer vs. Reitveld, contrasts in the furniture collection) (2004), and 'Nest. Ontwerpen voor het interieur' (Nest. Designs for the interior) (2005). Last year, De Roode was commissioned by the VR Milano Foundation to design the exhibition '10 jaar Via Milano' (10 years Via Milano), and 'New Dutch Design', which was held in the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam. Since 2009, she has been the chairperson of the initiative ModernismToday, which organizes lectures and symposiums. She publishes on design in 'Het Financiele Dagblad', various magazines, and catalogues, and has contributed to books, including 'Amsterdamse School Textiel 1915/1930' (Tilburg 1999), 'Ron Arad. No Discipline' (Paris 2008/New York 2009), and 'Simone van Bakel. Encounter', (‘s-Hertogenbosch, 2010)