Anna-Rosja Haveman is a curator and writer. Her current research focuses on the intersections of art and nature in the face of current environmental crises. She worked at the Groninger Museum as project manager and co-curator of the David LaChapelle exhibition. In addition to the work for the museum, she co-founded the Livingallery that organised exhibitions with young promising artists. She completed her Research Master at the University of Groningen with a thesis about the neglected exhibition history of Corps de Garde, an alternative art space in Groningen (1976-1984). In the research carried out during her studies she developed the expertise among others on the material of ‘dematerialized’ art forms and the agency of archival documents related to installation and performance art.
Anna-Rosja Haveman has published among others in the Dutch art journals Metropolis M, Kunstlicht and de Bulletin van de Vereniging Rembrandt. Academic publications include the paper “The 5 Continent documenta 7 - The material of James Lee Byars’s ephemeral practice” in Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft (2021) and a chapter “Twee eigenzinnige laatbloeiers. Job Hansen en Jan Jordens in het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam” in Nieuwe wegen, De Ploeg en de moderne kunst na de oorlog, published by WBooks and Stichting De Ploeg (2019).
Anna-Rosja Haveman has worked as an art mediator, moderator, guest speaker at panel talks, podcast host, writer for the artist residency Het Resort and is currently a member of Syb Circles.
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