image001Kenan Malik on Castrum Peregrini

"Herengracht 401 lies at the heart of Amsterdam’s beautiful canal district. For more than 70 years it was home to the artist Gisèle van Waterschoot van der Gracht, known usually just as ‘Gisèle’. During the Second World War it was a place of safety for Jews and others fleeing the Nazis. Today it is a space for exhibitions, discussion and debates, on the relationship between art, morality, freedom and courage. ..." Read here Kenan's text on Living in Diversity.