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Exhibition Design: A Look At 3 Museums, Case Studies

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Exhibition Design: A Look At 3 Museums, Case Studies

  1. 1. A Look At Exhibition Design. Case Studies.
  2. 2. The Whitechapel Gallery is a public art gallery in London and since 1901 has been presenting art alongside education.
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  4. 4. Designed by Charles Harrison Townsend. One of the first publicly funded galleries for temporary exhibitions in London.
  5. 5. Exhibits contemporary art such as Picasso's Guernica in 1939.
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  10. 10. In 2oo5 the Gallery began a GBP 13 million expansion plan to incorporate its next- door—neighbour building (a former library).
  11. 11. Yingge Ceramics Museum, the first museum in Taiwan dedicated to showcasing ceramic culture, industry, modern ceramic production, ceramic art, exchange of ceramic art and folk culture.
  12. 12. Designed by architect Chien Hsueh—Yi, (2nd place Far EasternArchitectural Design Award, 1st place Taiwan Architecture Award). After 12 years of construction opened in November, 2ooo. Budget NTS 560 million.
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  31. 31. The Shanghai Film Museum places strong focus on delivering customer experience.
  32. 32. Located in a former film studio and includes 4 floors, more than 70 interactive installations and a collection of 3,000 historic exhibits.
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  36. 36. Opened in 2013 its goal is to celebrate and introduce visitors to the past and future of Shanghai as the centre of Chinese film.
  37. 37. A visual feast, the museum uses stylistic features such as light and shadows, and, black and white, as its main themes. Tilman Thiirmer was also responsible for communication design and operations of the museum.
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  40. 40. Historical events and major players showcased through interactive panels and video clips.
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  42. 42. A Look At Exhibition Design. The End.

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