With over 375.000 objects, the Tropenmuseum, Africa Museum and the Museum of Anthropology manage a huge amount of usage prescriptions from around the world. Most of this is stored in the underground depot which of course is a reals shame. For that reason, they asked a number of well-known Dutch people to choose their favorite items from this enormous collection. These specially assembled collections are featured in exhibitions presented specially for that purpose built mini museums at different NS stations in the Netherlands. With a design from NorthernLight, Bruns was responsible for the construction and installation of the various mini museums.
The start of the first museum with the Museum of Floortje took place from June 21 to July 23, 2017 on the platform of Leiden Station. The collection of Floortje Dessign, known as radio and television presenter, program maker and author of travel stories, consisted of a special collection of treasures from the sea. On Thursday, July 27th, it was up to music artist Kenny B to open his museum at Arnhem Station. The exhibition with all kind of instruments that remind him of it’s origins was visible until August 20, 2017. With objects about sport and play, the third museum of freestyle football player and television presenter Soufiane Touzani was opened at Utrecht Station. Finally, Reporter and presenter Filemon Wesselink opened his mini museum at Zwolle Station. The exhibition contained a large portion of ‘girlpower’, including special amulets, goddesses and sculptures that provide protection or stimulate fertility. The museum of Filemon is closed on October 22, 2017.