The documentation centre is housed in the orangery and includes information about the museum collection, sculpture in general and art in public spaces.
The collection began as a catalogue exchange service between local and foreign museums. It currently contains around 60,000 publications dealing with the arts, from the time period of Rodin onwards, and it also includes a extensive document files and a photo library. The focus of the collection is on modern and contemporary sculpture and art in public spaces.
The primary purpose of the documentation centre is to support the museum's operations by providing information for staff and guides. It is also open to researchers, students and all members of the public who are interested in contemporary art, particularly sculpture.
The documentation centre is accessible free of charge. Visitors are requested to show proof of identity.
The catalogue is presently partly computerised, and copies can be made for €0.05 per copy.
For further information
Please contact Johan Vermariën at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At present, the documentation centre is open by appointment only.
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