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B.Y.O.Boijmans x Pop Trading Company - 28 augustus

Contemporary skate label, Pop Trading Company well known for their grassroots activations in the skateboarding world have joined forces with the renowned Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam.In celebration of the opening of their Depot building next to one of Rotterdam’s skate landmarks, Museumpark. Pop brings their B.Y.O.B.S.S. event to this city for the first time, presenting a custom designed obstacle by Boris Tellegen, better known as Delta.

The event will take place on Saturday August 28th from 14.00 – 21.00h CET at Museumpark in Rotterdam. The event is free of charge. From 21.00h on there will be an outdoor screening of 'The Man Who Souled The World', a skate documentary.To attend the film and secure a seat you can sign up for free at below link.

Pop Trading Company

Founded in 2013, Pop Trading Company is an Amsterdam based brand with strong roots in skateboarding, blending their heritage with contemporary menswear styles. 

The brand remains true to its skate heritage by playing an active role within the Amsterdam skate world, with its own team of skateboarders, having their own store in the Red Light District, hosting skate sessions in the city, organizing quizzes and collaborating with artists, photographers and brands alike.

Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen

Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen  will open its doors on 6 November 2021, making the entire internationally renowned art collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen accessible to the public. Museums around the world usually display just 6 to 10 percent of their collections; the rest lies in storage. Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen breaks with this hidden tradition and makes all the invisible artworks visible – a world first. In the iconic, mirrored art depot designed by MVRDV the museum’s 151,000 artefacts are placed at the heart of the city. In this building the collection can be seen en masse and the care, handling and restoration of artefacts takes centre stage. The visitor can observe what happens behind the scenes at a museum, what the conservation and stewardship of a collection entails.