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Yvette Mutumba is co-founder and director of Contemporary And (C&), a platform reflecting and connecting ideas and discourses on contemporary arts. With its work being deeply rooted in a constantly growing network of creative voices from all over the world, C& publishes two magazines, facilitates educational formats, and develops projects online, offline and in-between. Since 2020 Yvette is also curator-at-large at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and lectures at the Institute of Art in Context at the University of Arts, Berlin. She was part of the curatorial team of the 10th Berlin Biennale and Guest Professor for Global Discourses at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. 2012 to 2016 she was curator at the Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt a. M. Here she, amongst other things, co-curated the exhibition “A Labour of Love”, which was nominated for the Global Fine Arts Award. Yvette was awarded "European Cultural Manager of the Year" in 2020, together with Julia Grosse. As an author and editor, she has published numerous texts and books on contemporary arts. She studied art history at FU Berlin and holds a PhD from Birkbeck, University of London.

Yvette is one of the key note speakers at the 2024 visual artists | diverse conditions conference.