Agenda

March

Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty

Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg / DE
– 26.04.2020
mkg-hamburg.de 

In order to prove that beauty is more than just superficiality, Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh invite you to deal with the different facets of this term via various multimedia and multi-sensory installations and objects: from digital experiments on symmetry to the sensual experience of sound, color, and fragrance and all the way to the question of what makes a person attractive. Examples from the areas of graphic design, product design, architecture and urban planning illustrate the positive effects of beauty.

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Step by Step. Schuh.Design im Wandel

Ledermuseum, Offenbach / DE
– 31.05.2020
ledermuseum.de 

As we slip them on every day, often the last thing we do when leaving the house, our shoes inevitably say something about us – whether it’s prosperity we want to communicate, or an erotic look, or coming across as inconspicuous – our shoes can say a lot about us. The exhibition “Step by Step. Schuh.Design im Wandel” at the German Leather Museum in Offenbach is showing over 15,000 objects, 150 of which are pairs of shoes from all over the world. From unusual models such as Siberian children’s shoes made of salmon leather to designer high heels by Jimmy Choo, the exhibition showcases the diversity of footwear.

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The Peaks of Art Deco

Grassi Museum Museum for Applied Arts, Leipzig / DE
– 11.10.2020
grassimak.de 

Anyone who has ever visited the Grassi Museum, admired its pointed Art Deco ornamentation and stood in the jagged pillar hall will know something about the prevalence of jagged motifs in art deco. The formal aesthetics of the museum’s architecture can also be seen in porcelain products from the 1920s and 1930s. The exhibition shows products from the porcelain factories of the interwar years. Their expressive, almost expressionist design uses jagged peaks and serrations as a central design element. The approximately 400 objects from three collections in the corresponding ambience of the pillar hall of the Grassi Museum showcase the diversity of the results.

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April

Sagmeister & Walsh: Beauty

Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg / DE
– 26.04.2020
mkg-hamburg.de 

In order to prove that beauty is more than just superficiality, Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh invite you to deal with the different facets of this term via various multimedia and multi-sensory installations and objects: from digital experiments on symmetry to the sensual experience of sound, color, and fragrance and all the way to the question of what makes a person attractive. Examples from the areas of graphic design, product design, architecture and urban planning illustrate the positive effects of beauty.

more

Step by Step. Schuh.Design im Wandel

Ledermuseum, Offenbach / DE
– 31.05.2020
ledermuseum.de 

As we slip them on every day, often the last thing we do when leaving the house, our shoes inevitably say something about us – whether it’s prosperity we want to communicate, or an erotic look, or coming across as inconspicuous – our shoes can say a lot about us. The exhibition “Step by Step. Schuh.Design im Wandel” at the German Leather Museum in Offenbach is showing over 15,000 objects, 150 of which are pairs of shoes from all over the world. From unusual models such as Siberian children’s shoes made of salmon leather to designer high heels by Jimmy Choo, the exhibition showcases the diversity of footwear.

more

The Peaks of Art Deco

Grassi Museum Museum for Applied Arts, Leipzig / DE
– 11.10.2020
grassimak.de 

Anyone who has ever visited the Grassi Museum, admired its pointed Art Deco ornamentation and stood in the jagged pillar hall will know something about the prevalence of jagged motifs in art deco. The formal aesthetics of the museum’s architecture can also be seen in porcelain products from the 1920s and 1930s. The exhibition shows products from the porcelain factories of the interwar years. Their expressive, almost expressionist design uses jagged peaks and serrations as a central design element. The approximately 400 objects from three collections in the corresponding ambience of the pillar hall of the Grassi Museum showcase the diversity of the results.

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