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Limited/Unlimited - One Hundred Years of Dutch Design

from June 14 2008 until October 12 2008

Emil Truijen and Rob Parry - Double letterbox, 1956-1960 Dirk Hubers - Vase with scratched decorations, 1951 R.D.E. Oxenaar en J.J. Kruit  (Nederlandsche Bank) - Bank note 50 guilders, 1982 Cover of Goed Wonen magazine, 1948

On 14 June, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen will open the exhibition Limited/Unlimited – One Hundred Years of Dutch Design, in which the museum will use a fixed timeline to mirror traditional craftsmanship and industrial design. The exhibition represents one of the characteristics of Dutch design: the co-existence of unique objects and serial production. The exhibition was prompted by the publication of the book Dutch Design. A Cultural History (published in Dutch with the title Goed in Vorm. Honderd jaar ontwerpen in Nederland)in which the museum curator discusses 20th-century Dutch design in a social and artistic context.

During the exhibitions on Charley Toorop and Erasmus, from 27 September 2008 until 8 February 2009, there is a surcharge of € 3 on top of the museum admission fee (not for ICOM members). On Wednesdays, there is no surcharge and the museum is accessible free of charge to everyone.