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#47 – The Street Art Museum: STRAAT: With head curator David Roos.

Join us as we delve into the vibrant world of street art with David Roos, the esteemed Head Curator of STRAAT. Since 2016, David has transformed his passion for street art into a professional pursuit, curating a dynamic collection that showcases both renowned and emerging talents. In this episode, he shares insights into how he navigates the complexities of the art form, ensures the museum's collection remains relevant, and fosters exciting collaborations. Discover the stories behind the art and the vision that guides one of the leading figures in the street art scene.

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