At First Sight

Rijksmuseum of Antiquities

This exhibit brings together 200 exquisite pieces from the private antiquity art collections of Helene Kröller-Müller and Fritz Lugt.

brandis designed an intertwining routing concept. Both collections get their own colour feel supported by a similar build up in information. 
Each collection is combined with a large timeline with highlights from the life of the collector. 
In the middle there is an additional slideshow with images from both collectors.

Helene Kröller-Müller is normally known for a huge early twentieth century art collection with works by van Gogh, Mondriaan and many other modern art classics. 

Fritz Lugt is a well known expert in 16th and 167th century drawings and prints.

2010 | Museum
For: NorthernLight

Concept and design of an exhibit. 2D/3D.

Rijksmuseum of Antiquities: Jill Hendriks.
Northern Light: Steven Schaeken, Heske Dam.

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