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    Julia Noordegraaf
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Strategies of Display contributes to this very current debate through a historical consideration of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, renowned as far back as the 19th century for having the best interior layout of all Dutch museums

Strategies of Display contributes to this very current debate through a historical consideration of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, renowned as far back as the 19th century for having the best interior layout of all Dutch museums. After moving to a new building in 1935, the museum gained national and international recognition as a milestone in modern museum architecture, due toits clearly designed floor-plan, well-lit and sober galleries with refined presentations and, most especially, its innovative lighting.

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Strategies of display. museum presentation in nineteenth- and twentieth-century visual culture. by Julia Noordegraaf. Published 2004 by Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, NAi Publishers in Rotterdam. History, Museum exhibits, Museum techniques.

Essay by Julia Noordegraaf. Strategies Of Display The Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Visual Culture. Catalog FALL 2004 Collection Catalogs. Distributor Availability: Out of print. Published by nai010 publishers/Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Essay by Julia Noordegraaf. In today's culture, which hinges so much on visual spectacle, museums are reassessing their role and function as centers for entertainment and education.

In the course of the nineteenth and twentieth century the original emblem for the Netherlands - the heroic Dutch Virgin of Liberty - was replaced by this young girl in traditional costume. Since the 1870s images of Dutch rural life were gradually used to construct a national identity, a Dutch myth of unity, based on cultural and ethnic criteria.

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Volume 65, Issue 3. January 2009, pp. 420-421. Intersected Identities: Strategies of Visualization in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Mexican Culture. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007. Pp. xiii, 316. Illustrations. This data will be updated every 24 hours.

Albert Contreras Marquand Books Inc. 2013 ISBN . 2013 ISBN 9780988227507 Acqn 22090 Hb 24x28cm 112pp 83ills 73col 2. 0 Los Angeles painter Albert Contreras (born 1933) first won public acclaim in the early 1960s, with monochrome paintings featuring a central disc motif. Noordegraaf describes how in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, museums communicated with their audience through their presentations. Strategies of Display contributes to the international discussion about the role and function of the museum in contemporary society among both those in charge of setting up and designing presentations and those who visit them.

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Strategies of display describes the history of museum presentation within the context of nineteenth- and twentieth-century visual culture. Taking the remarkable display history at the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum in Rotterdam as a point of depature, it reflects on the history of presentation in museums in Western Europe and North America. Its numerous illustrations present a parallel history of museum presentation in pictures.Julia Noordegraaf describes how in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries museums communicated with their audiences through their presentations. She argues that museum presentations are based on a 'script' which, like the script of a film, defines a framework of action within which the presentation, its designers and its users interact. This script comprises all the elements that mediate between the museum and its audience. These include the location, architecture and layout of the building, the order and arrangement of the objects, the various display techniques and the different means of communicating with the visitor.This book is unique in its approach to museum presentation as a part of visual culture. Drawing upon ideas developed in film studies, it proceeds from the assumption that the visual media confronting exhibition designers and visitors alike, constitute certain viewing habits that influence the design of museum displays.