Magazine article Art Monthly

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Magazine article Art Monthly

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Ann Goldstein has resigned her position as artistic director of the Stedelijk in Amsterdam and will leave the museum in December. Goldstein joined Stedelijk in 2010 when it temporarily reopened in an unfinished state (Reviews AM340) during the massive renovation works that saw it close in 2004 and only fully reopen in 2012. In January, Goldstein's director's post was split into two positions: artistic director, which Goldstein held, and managing director, held by Karin van Gilst, who will now oversee the institution until a replacement for Goldstein is found next year. Rumours are rife that Goldstein will become the new director at LA MOCA following the recent ignominious end to Jeffrey Deitch's tumultuous three-year stint there (Artnotes AM369); Goldstein is an LA native and spent more than two decades at LA MOCA, rising to the position of senior curator before taking up the Stedelijk post.

All change at the Royal College of Art, where inaugural dean of the School of Fine Art Ute Meta Bauer, who was brought in from MIT with much fanfare in 2011, has already left, preferring a return to MIT. At the time of her high-profile appointment, Bauer told Kaleidoscope magazine: 'The RCA approached me this summer and the decision to join them at this moment of change is spontaneous and maybe irrational. …

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