Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen innovates the museum model as a world premiere; Show the entire collection by …
In addition to safely housing the collection, the Boijmans Van Beuningen Depot was designed as a working building, where the collection and research service works on registration, loan trafficking, conservation, restoration, and facilitates and conducts research.
The video installation ‘Het leven verspillen aan jou’ by artist Pipilotti Rist can be viewed every day after sunset in the public space between Depot and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. The entrance to the depot with public and collective passages, information point, mezzanine with transparent lockers and shop was designed by artist John KÃ¶rmeling. During the journey through the repository, people come into contact with the art collection in various ways. The focal point of MVRDV design is the atrium with the intersecting stairs and the thirteen large glass display cases containing collector’s items. These showcases, designed in collaboration with artist Marieke van Diemen, are furnished with art, fashion and design, such as works by Maurizio Cattelan, Iris van Herpen, Auguste Rodin, Carolein Smit, Carel Fabritius, Suzan Drummen, Gijs Frieling and Job Wouters, and Sarkis. The atrium stairs crisscross the six floors of catering workshops, a movie theater, two small movie booths, two study rooms and two exhibition galleries. Most of the space is occupied by the twenty compartments of the deposit, fourteen of which are intended for the storage of works of art in the museum and six for rental: five private deposits and a common deposit that can be rented per m2.
In restoration studios, visitors can look behind glass at specialists who restore, for example, Van Gogh’s’ Poplars near Nuenen ‘or the’ Hall of Infinity Mirrors – Phalli’s Field (floor show ) â, While being informed thanks to an interactive educational layer. Presentation rooms contain exhibits that focus on works of art as a tangible object rather than developments and ideas in art history. In the museum’s repository compartments, visitors see (through the window, an app and detailed information available outside the repository compartments or inside the repository compartments with a guide) how the museum’s storage works. art.