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Client: Museum and Heritage Antwerp
Designer: Kinkorn
Location: Antwerpen, Belgium
Surface m2: 0
Realization: 15-09-2014
Disciplines: Showcases, Museum lighting
Work fields: Museum
Themes: Icon ArtIcon History

Exhibition Sacred Places, Sacred Books
Sacred Places, Sacred Books is a dual exhibition on the three monotheistic global religions. Visitors to the MAS can find out about the tradition of the pilgrimage. In the Nottebohm room of the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library you can examine special copies of the holy books. The two exhibitions show what the holy books and places mean to past and present believers.

Here the focus is on the significance of the holy books of Jews, Christians and Muslims. Why are they so crucial to believers? You are given a unique insight into the content, form, use and study of the Tanakh, the Bible and the Koran. Find out how an eternal, divine revelation has been interpreted in different ways by people over time.

Photography: Mike Bink en Ans Brys

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