Marcel Wanders exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum 2014
Marcel Wanders is excited to announce a major exhibition (1,275 m2) focusing on his work will be held at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, from February to end of May 2014.
The Stedelijk Museum is Amsterdam’s key international institution dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design, and is widely acknowledged as one of the most important collections of modern and contemporary art and design in the world.
The Stedelijk Museum re-opened in September 2012 after a closure of many years, during which it underwent its most ambitious building project in more than a century. The historic building of the Stedelijk is now thoroughly renovated to house the first comprehensive installation of the museum’s renowned permanent collection of modern and contemporary art and design. At the same time, a boldly contemporary new building designed by Dutch bureau Benthem Crouwel Architects houses the museum’s influential temporary exhibitions and a range of public amenities. The new 9,423 square meters structure (101,428 square feet) re-orients the entire Museum to face onto the great public lawn of Amsterdam’s Museumplein (Museum Plaza), creating an active common ground for the first time among the Stedelijk and its neighbors, the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Concertgebouw.
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