German-language article by the Neue Rhein Zeitung from 28 April 2020 in their weekly section about the Netherlands on the virtual offers by Dutch museums in the time of corona. Amid the Rijksmuseum, the Kröller-Müller Museum and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen you wil find Museum Het Schip with its interactive private guided tour via Whatsapp, Facetime and Skype through the exhibition "Bruno Taut: Beyond Fantasy". Under the headline 'Ein Berliner in Amsterdam' read the article online or as a PDF.
Ein Berliner in Amsterdam
Many other museums in the Netherlands are attracting visitors with even more interactive digital offers to take a trip into the world of fine arts. For example, "Museum Het Schip" in Amsterdam, which is currently (until 18 October) devoting an exhibition to the German architect Bruno Taut. The urban planner (1880-1938) once created 10,000 apartments in 23 blocks of houses in Berlin, including the famous Hufeisensiedlung and "Uncle Tom's Cabin".
Taut was considered an important representative of Das Neue Bauen - parallels to the visions of the Dutch architect Michel de Klerk, who built the workers' housing estate Het Schip in Amsterdam in 1919, are unmistakable. In addition to social housing, the museum of the same name is also located there today. Interested art lovers can join private tours of the Bruno Taut exhibition via Whatsapp, Facetime and Skype
From the article "Van Gogh through the lens of the webcam" by Heiko Buschmann