Alexandra Landré

Artistic director at Stroom Den Haag

Alexandra Landré holds an MA in Art History from the University of Amsterdam (NL). She has been involved in a large number of national and international cultural projects, with a particular focus on innovative forms of co-creation, new commissions and audience participation. Until 2020 she was the artistic director of Kunstvereniging Diepenheim (NL) where she presented acclaimed exhibitions like Disconnection (2019/20), programmed a living collection of land art projects with artists like a.o. herman de vries, as well as artists-in-residency-programs in collaboration with the Mondrian Fund. In her curatorial career she has collaborated with De Appel, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Bureau Amsterdam, Synch Festival, Athens (GR), Jindrich Chalupecky Society, Prague (CZ), Kunsthalle Muenster (DE) and Kunsthalle Wien (AT). In addition, Landré is a prolific writer, mediator, and educator with a keen eye for talent development. In recent years she has been affiliated with the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL), Higher Institute for Fine Arts / HISK in Ghent (B) and The Glasgow School Art of Art (UK).

Currently, Landré is the Artistic Director in Stroom Den Haag.

Image: Mylène Siegers.