This post is the second in a series of reactions to Blueprint, a book chronicling the rise and fall of the Dutch Museum of National History (INNL) in 2008-2011. This guest post was written by Regan Forrest, exhibition developer and visitor experience researcher at the University of Queensland in Australia. Regan was struck by the similarities between the controversy around the Dutch Museum of National History and the issues that surrounded the National Museum of Australia when it opened ten years ago.
RALEIGH, NC.- In the fall of 2010 the Museum?s East Building will reopen as the Center for Special Exhibitions and Education with an unprecedented five special exhibitions. American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell; Bob Trotma... Read Post
MAASTRICHT.- The Moscow based State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts stages a major exhibition of Dutch drawings in the Bonnefanten Museum in Maastricht. This is the first time that the Pushkin Museum sent such a large number of Dutch dr... Read Post