Harm Stevens is Curator of 20th-century Art
Curriculum Vitae and work
Harm Stevens has worked as Curator of 20th-century Art in the Rijksmuseum’s Department of History since 2009. Before that he spent seven years working as a curator of melee weapons and cuirasses at the Army Museum, where he was involved in organising exhibitions on Queen Wilhelmina (2005), Prince Maurits and the national army (2007) and crossbows (2007). Stevens has published on the war practices of the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army, partly in relation to museum collections.
- Samen met Jan Piet Puype, Wapens van ridders en landsknechten in het Nederlands Legermuseum (Delft 2010);
- De laatste Batakkoning. Koloniale kroniek in documenten 1883-1911, Museum Bronbeek (Arnhem 2010);
- Wilhelmina. Vorstin in oorlogstijd (Delft 2005);
- De Nederlands-Indische geschiedenis van de negentiende en twintigste eeuw in meer dan 100 verhalen (Amsterdam 2003).