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Dirk De Wit

Dirk De Wit (°1960) is works on visual arts and coordinates international relations of the Flanders Arts Institute. From 2003 to 2014, Dirk De Wit was coordinator of the digital platform of BAM – Institute of Visual arts and became director of BAM in 2007. Before, Dirk De Wit worked as a free-lance curator for Palais des Beaux-Arts Brussels, Centre Pompidou and Kunstenfestivaldesarts, was curator and later director of arts center STUK in Leuven between 1989 and 1996, has set up a new institution for art and media Constant, Brussels in 1997 and was artistic team member of Brussels2000 – cultural capital of Europe.

Flanders Arts Institute
Brussels, Belgium
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