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OASE 111

Maarten Liefooghe • Boek • paperback

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    > The importance of architecture for museum visits and museum operations > A critical contribution to the international debate on museum architecture as a driver of urban development

    Museums not only facilitate encounters among visitors, objects and stories, but they also facilitate the staging of these visits. They organize tours of the exhibition spaces as well as provide additional publicly accessible spaces, including entrances, corridors, auditoriums and museum cafés. In nineteenth-century monumental art museums, the transition from city to museum interior was dramatized. Climbing the stairs of Schinkel’s Altes Museum in Berlin or traversing the pergola between the ponds in Berlage’s Kunstmuseum in The Hague urges visitors to leave the everyday world behind. The post-war, ‘barrier-free’ museum, with squares and streets inside and out, seems to want to abolish this city-museum boundary. At the same time, other internal boundaries are being revised, namely those between front stage and backstage. Depots are being made accessible and visitors can now take a look inside restoration studios. This edition of OASE examines how historical and contemporary buildings stage museum visits and museum activities, how permanent furnishings and temporary scenography interact, and how museums display their activities either transparently or imaginatively.
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    Binding : Paperback
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 171mm x 239mm
    Aantal pagina's : 128
    Uitgeverij : nai010 uitgevers/publishers
    ISBN : 9789462086975
    Datum publicatie : 05-2022
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