The Curators Room
Prinsengracht 675. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
M: +31 (0) 625005374
About The Curators Room
The Curators Room is a living, breathing ecosystem. Continuously developing and moulding into something new – each exhibition, each performance, each space, online and offline. Committed to encourage conversations, challenging and questioning the boundaries of art, visioning the art world-to-come. A constantly evolving community with many different voices. Inter-generational, cross-disciplinary. Where artists, curators, thinkers, art lovers and collectors act and grow together.
Gabriel Rolt (born 1977, Barcelona, Spain) is a curator, agent and art advisor. Rolt’s special interest in the emerging art scene led him to found Galerie Gabriel Rolt, an Amsterdam based art gallery that fostered the careers of an impressive stable of local and international artists. He subsequently founded and was creative director of HERO gallery.
Sara van Bussel (1993, IT) Is an art curator, researcher and writer based in Italy. After specializing in contemporary art theory at the University of Amsterdam she moved to Milan where she is currently art advisor in a prestigious design studio.
Since 2020 she is head of research of OTTN Projects, an independent curatorial collective that works on a national level with both established and emerging contemporary artists. Combining depth of research with knowledge of the contemporary art market, van Bussel has a versatile approach to the artistic scene, working with small and big institution all over Europe.
Bas Geerts (born 1971, Leiden, the Netherlands) is a visual artist and music programmer. Geerts studied musicology at the University of Amsterdam, specializing in the analysis of contemporary music. As an artist Geerts interest lies in the way the digital realm manifests itself in the concrete world. As a programmer he is involved in the Musica Sacra festival, Maastricht.
Lisette Ros (Hilversum, 1991) finished her Masters at ArtEZ Institute of Arts, Arnhem (2014), and just finished her residency at Marina Abramovic in Peloponnese, Greece. In the meantime, her work has been displayed in several countries and in diverse spaces, being in dialogue with different urgencies of the moment. In 2016 Ros performed at the Venice Architecture Biennal in Italy, followed by the international launch of ‘My Self, the Body’ at SXSW in Austin, USA, and collaborating with Asian Dope Boys for ‘TRANCE’ at MWoods Museum in Beijing, China. She recently launched her work ‘My Self, the (First) Breath’ in Iceland. In the Netherlands her work has been exhibited at EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam Museum, Het HEM, Van Abbemuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Goethe Institute, De Waag Society, Arti et Amicitiae, Vriend van Bavink, Roodkapje, Looiersgracht 60 and guerrilla at various (public) spaces.