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Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen’s collection is world class. The museum holds around 150,000 objects – from Old Masters to modern and contemporary art, from applied art to design.

In addition to the permanent presentation, the museum organizes around 25 temporary exhibitions and many different public activities annually. Every year, 300.000 visitors visit the museum in the center of Rotterdam.

General visitor conditions Museum and Depot

Anyone who visits an activity or a location of Museum and Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, agrees to the general visitor conditions. These conditions can be viewed below.

The museum's mission

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen stands for freedom of expression, with respect for ideas (old, new and provocative) and offers everyone a challenging and value-free perspective on the world. The museum does this by presenting visual art and design with a lively, attractive and inter-disciplinary approach. Collecting, research, documenting, restoration, conservation and providing public access take place in a context that has been developed over centuries and in dialogue with others. The museum brings together knowledge and insights from diverse sources and feeds them into the collection, the programme and the organisation. The museum has a dynamic and progressive approach to programming, with the collection as the starting point and the public domain as the goal. It affords everyone the opportunity to wander through the history of art, from the Middle Ages to the present day.

Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of the foundation ‘Stichting tot Beheer van Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen’ comprises seven members including the chair. When preparing a nomination for the appointment of a new member, the Board takes account of the profile, which includes the most sought-after expertise and other qualifications.

This profile reads as follows: the aim of the Supervisory Board as a whole is to ensure a balanced distribution in terms of gender, age and international/national/local background. One of the members is expected to have the explicit confidence of the families that made the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen great. The Supervisory Board comprises members with specific expertise in the fields of science, art, finance, economy and politics/management. Moreover, one member has specific knowledge of publicity and marketing. Preferably, the board also includes one member with a background in national or international museum policy.


Current composition

  • Mr. J.B.J. Stegmann (b. 1960), member of the supervisory board of Janssen de Jong Groep and MN Services
  • Ms. L.A. Goossens-Kloek MA CA (b. 1971), Business Economist and accountant Deloitte
  • Ms. U. Erbslöh (b. 1966), managing director Fondation Beyeler
  • Mr. B. Vaandrager LL.M. (b. 1969), Rothschild & Co, partner and Benelux head;
  • Ms. drs. C.A. Pieters (b. 1949), freelance art historian
  • Mr. ir. A. Salemi (b. 1977), partner SENS real estate b.v., member of the supervisory board of Elan Wonen
  • Mr. M. Hoogesteger (1968), lawyer real estate, RvA member Bouwpower VNO-NCW

Annual reports

You can download the annual reports (since 2006) here. The reports are written in Dutch and contain an English summary.

Organisation chart

  • View the organisation chart of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen download

ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums