Jacqueline Grandjean Loses Recent Appointment with KMSKA, Antwerp

Monday, January 10, 2022
Jacqueline Grandjean Loses Recent Appointment with KMSKA, Antwerp

The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) and artistic director Jacqueline Grandjean decided today in mutual consultation to end the collaboration.

The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) and artistic director Jacqueline Grandjean decided today in mutual consultation to end the collaboration.

The Board of Directors, the management team and Jacqueline Grandjean have experienced that there is a difference of opinion about the interpretation of the role of artistic director.

The museum said in a statement that they thank Jacqueline for her expertise and commitment to the organization, which she has deployed in a constructive manner, and wish her every success in her further career. 

For the time being, the museum will not be taking concrete steps towards succession. Instead, their attention will be focused on correcting settlement and analysis of this situation, and to open communication with our teams and everyone who cares about the museum. 

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