A Formafantasma-Designed Exhibition at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum

For the Rijksmuseum’s current exhibition, Caravaggio-Bernini. Baroque in Rome, the Netherlands-based multidisciplinary design duo Formafantasma produced the striking exhibit space. Using muted shades of blue, yellow, peach and pink; traditional textiles from Kvadrat; and an overall simple presentation, the studio emphasizes the 70 paintings and sculptures (by Caravaggio, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and a handful of others) against the beautiful setting. See more of the exhibition …

Rijksmuseum + Etsy

The Amsterdam-based museum partners with the online marketplace to give historic artwork a second life

The famed Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam houses many masterpieces of Dutch history and culture, including “The Milkmaid” by Vermeer (c1660), “The Merry Family” by Jan Steen (1668) and, of course, “The Night Watch” by Rembrandt (1642). The museum’s holdings extend to a rather glamorous costume collection, furniture (and dollhouses for adults), ceramics and more. Following a decade-long renovation, the Rijksmuseum reopened its door in April 2013, …