Sferen
Beelden in Leiden 
Spring/Summer 2021

Amsterdam Art Gallery Weekend
Amsterdam Art 
2020 

Wayang Stories
Taman Indonesia 
2020


Suzanne Wallinga is an Amsterdam-based freelance curator, lecturer and regular strategic advisor for cultural organizations. She is co-founder and former director of the art institution A Tale of a Tub in Rotterdam. In 2020 she was interim director of Amsterdam Art

As a curator, Suzanne realized new productions from international artists such as Shezad Dawood, Zilvinas Landzbergas, Ian Kiaer, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Zarouhie Abdalian, Himali Singh Soin, Ruth Buchanan, Igshaan Adams and many others. For this she collaborated with institutions including MOCA Toronto, Toronto Biennial, Screen City Biennial, Society for Women in Philosophy, Tensta Konsthall, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, the Kröller-Müller museum, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, LOOP Barcelona and the Erasmus University Medical Center

She is responsible for a large number of exhibitions and public programs that center on the question of how art can contribute to our understanding of present-day social, political, and ecological issues. 


Suzanne Wallinga is an Amsterdam-based freelance curator, lecturer and regular strategic advisor for cultural organizations. She is co-founder and former director of the art institution A Tale of a Tub in Rotterdam. In 2020 she was interim director of Amsterdam Art

As a curator, Suzanne realized new productions from international artists such as Shezad Dawood, Zilvinas Landzbergas, Ian Kiaer, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Zarouhie Abdalian, Himali Singh Soin, Ruth Buchanan, Igshaan Adams and many others. For this she collaborated with institutions including MOCA Toronto, Toronto Biennial, Screen City Biennial, Society for Women in Philosophy, Tensta Konsthall, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, the Kröller-Müller museum, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, LOOP Barcelona and the Erasmus University Medical Center

She is responsible for a large number of exhibitions and public programs that center on the question of how art can contribute to our understanding of present-day social, political, and ecological issues.