Paul Huvenne, the Administrator General of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA), is to retire on 1 August 2014. He will turn 65 this summer.
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp is a public institution of the Government of Flanders and the only Flemish museum with a scientific status. The principal missions of the KMSKA are the maintenance, management and expansion of the collection; the scientific study of the collection and the enhancement of its accessibility; the organisation of exhibitions and the development of public engagement activities. The KMSKA subscribes to the Statutes of ICOM, the International Council of Museums. Thanks to its exceptional collection, the KMSKA is a museum of international stature.
KMSKA Director to Retire on 1 August.
The KMSKA, a museum of the Flemish Community.
Here you can find information about the museum's functioning.
Partnerships involving the KMSKA.
The Flemish Art Collection is a partnership of the KMSKA with Groeninge Museum in Bruges and the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent. Together with the Photo Museum, the Fashion Museum and M HKA, the KMSKA forms the Antwerp Art District tZuid.