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Marleen Hartjes

curator, Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven

Bloemen en Bijtjes

PRESENTED ON FEB 24, 2015
IN BREDA @ VOL 13

Marleen Hartjes is kunstenaar, kunstdocent en curator. Ze werkt als coördinator Special Guests bij het Van Abbemuseum museum in Eindhoven. Naast haar werk heeft ze een passie voor bijtjes. Ze vertelt alles over haar hobby als imker.

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