Hilde Teerlinck

Born in Bruges, 1966

Hilde Teerlinck, portrait.
Hilde Teerlinck, portrait.

Hilde Teerlinck (born 1966 in Bruges, Belgium) is a Belgian curator, and General Director of the Han Nefkens Foundation – Barcelona.

Hilde Teerlinck was artistic director of the Barcelona Pavilion where she invited artists such as Jeff Wall, Panamarenko, and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster to create site-specific works for this landmark building.

She became the director of CRAC Alsace, Centre Rhénan d’Art Contemporain in Altkirch in 2002, where she developed a project aiming at opening this institution in the French countryside near Basel to a wider audience. This enabled her to present the work of artists including On Kawara, Rineke Dijkstra, Doug Aitken, Cindy Sherman and Franz West, as well as younger artists, such as Sven t’Jolle, Andro Wekua, and Harmony Korine. At the same time, she remained active as an art critic and a free-lance curator. She is the curator of the Belgium Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale.

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