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Hofstede, Bregje

University of Utrecht

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Bregje Hofstede studied Art History and French Literature at the University of Utrecht and at Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne, and worked at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. She is presently a research intern at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam while finishing her research master's thesis on the subject of twentieth century art theories of illustration, and particularly the work of Alexander Alexeieff (1901-1982). Her main current interests lie in art theory and the relations of text and image, literature and visual art. She has published about the interplay between Picasso's illustrations and Reverdy's handwriting in Le Chant des Morts, as well as literary work.

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