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  • A stunning mirrored warehouse called the "Depot" was opened by the Dutch art and design museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. The collection features pieces normally kept in underground storage, hidden from public view.
Dutch museum unveils once-hidden art collection in new mirrored warehouse(REUTERS)
Dutch museum unveils once-hidden art collection in new mirrored warehouse(REUTERS)
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Reuters | | Posted by Krishna Priya Pallavi, Rotterdam

Dutch art and design museum Boijmans Van Beuningen on Friday opened a stunning mirrored warehouse called the "Depot" to display the great bulk of its collection normally kept in underground storage, hidden from public view.

While most cpbl live scores,museums only have the space to show a small part of their overall collection, the Rotterdam art museum has now unveiled 151,000 works of art for the public in an airy, multi-storied, steel and glass building.

Boijmans director Sjarrel Ex told Reuters that art museums ,tennis love romatypically show just the tip of the iceberg of their collection, meaning a staggering 93 percent of works are never on display.

"There is a moment where the things you (cannot) look at sink into oblivion," Ex said, adding the new building can accommodate over 60,000 visitors a year on guided tours or following a set walking route.,modern tennis quiz

View of artwork as Dutch museum Boijmans Van Beuningen opens its "Depot", a striking new building to house the parts of its collection normally hidden from public view (REUTERS)
View of artwork as Dutch museum Boijmans Van Beuningen opens its "Depot", a striking new building to house the parts of its collection normally hidden from public view (REUTERS)

The depot, which features figurative Dutch art,football manager online games from the early Middle Ages to the 21st century and has one of the world's most significant collections of drawings, offers a very different experience from the usual curated museums.

"There is no editing in this depot at all," Ex said, adding that people can explore the warehouse at random according to their own curiosities and glean information about works on a special app or by scanning a QR-code.,modern tennis quiz

Long-running plans to create the public depot got an extra boost in 2013 when flooding threatened the museum's collection in underground storage. It was decided that the artworks would be safer on view with good security above ground, Ex said.,casino roulette near me

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