14 design exhibitions for a creative summer time expertise
Art galleries and Museums rise again that spring and summer, from all over the world, from new York to Paris, and Boca do Lobo blog has curated a selected 14 Design exhibitions, this is really worth a visit.
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“David Hockney: Ma Normandie” at the Pace Gallery in East Hampton
To see in Tempo Gallery’s seasonal outpost in East Hampton, New York, English Painter David Hockney brings Normandy to life through enchanting, newly created scenes from his home in northern France. The artists peaceful environment represent the simple feeling of the changing seasons.
“Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne: Nature Transformed” at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts
Commonly called “Les Lalanne”, François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne share the love for nature. For Claude, the passion for flora and fauna led to reinventing plants in fantastic shapes; François-Xavier explored the inner workings of animals in his abstract but practical creations. The Design exhibition is the first of its kind in the United States in over 40 years.
“Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life” in the Design Museum in London
Charlotte Perriand was a pioneer French architect and Designer driven by the search for good, functional design. These Design exhibition in the London strives to provide an informative portal into their independent, international world through the comparison Furniture like the well-known metallic chaise longue basculante with a replicated interior.
“Inside ~ Out in the garden” at Saint Marks Place in Brooklyn
The second edition of “Inside ~ Out in the garden “, at the St. Mark’s Square, The sleek but lush new residential complex in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn was designed by INC Architecture & Design. This design exhibition explores the idea of idea human interactions after the pandemic through the work of more than 20 designers and studios.
“Chris Gustin” in the Donzella Project Space in New York
The Ceramist Chris Gustin has been in institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is located thanks to the Donzella project roome at the New York Design Center.
“Samantha Bittman & Chris Beeston” at the Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York
In the Patrick Parrish Gallery, in the New York borough of Tribeca, Chris Beeston’s lamps are symbols of elevated domesticity, in dialogue with Samantha Bittman’s painting on canvases of thread she weaves by hand into geometric patterns.
“Craft Front & Center” in the Museum of Arts and Design in New York
The design exhibition, “Handwerk Front & Center” shows the development of art and its central role in movements like Abstract Expressionism, Pop art and Postmodernism, the show is organized around topics such as fiber, glass and clay. It underlines the significant influence that women and people of color had as artists in this multifaceted genre.
“Art + Nature + Home” in Foreland in Catskill, New York
“ART + NATURE + HOUSE” Stars Furniture and sculpture Made from materials such as wood, clay, wood and stone by rural talent. It features amazing works of art like Chris Lehrecke’s custom-made table tennis table, Jonah Meyer’s desk, and John-Paul Philippe’s bast and blackened steel room divider.
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“Éternel” in the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York
Vincenzo De Cotiis is really enthusiastic about weathered materials and “Forever,” In the Carpentry workshop gallery, the artist experimented for the first time with bright aluminum cast tables, seating, lighting and cupboards. Inspired by Japanese temples, For gardens and folding fans, he implemented a sand casting technique to create structured surfaces that change from different perspectives.
“Elemental Folds” in the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris
“Elementary folds” In the Carpentry workshop gallery, in Paris, highlights the emerging Greek artist Kostas Lambridis, manipulated discarded plastic garden chairs and broken window glass in order to reinterpret them Furniture symbols than the elaborate Badminton cabinet from the 18th century and the colorful Carlton bookcase from the Memphis Group.
“Cast iron” at Emma Scully in New York
Emma Scully is currently exhibiting in her gallery of the same name New York’s Upper East Side. “Cast iron” reflects an environmentally conscious (and pandemic friendly) creative process that the industrial and the technological. This design exhibition is the result of a collaboration with the family-run OK Foundry in Richmond.
“Hialeah Eléctrica: Metavector” at the Bass Museum in Miami
Rafael Domenech and Ernesto Oroza, Miami artists and Cuban emigrants unveil Hialeah Eléctrica: Metavector at the Bass Museum in Miami. Interested in Miami’s reaction to the globalization of production and infrastructure, the installation mixes up modest materials like vinyl and drywall when drawing from the story of Latin American city design in South Florida and the work of Arata Isozaki – the Pritzker Prize-winning architect behind the museum renovation.
“Noguchi: Useless Architecture” at the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum in Long Island City, New York
“Noguchi: Useless Architecture” in Isamu Noguchi Foundation and garden museum in Long Island City, New York, reflects Isamu Noguchis Desire for ambition architecture that overcomes reluctance and Sculptures who are fulfilled with a soulful purpose.
“In good company” at Liaigre in New York
Miami artist and curator Nina Johnson exhibits the Liaigre Showroom in the city’s Design District “In good company,” a combination of photography, sculpture, painting, and mixed media by artists Martine Barrat, Anna Betbeze, Emmett Moore and Jonathan Rajewski, who celebrate nature and humanity.
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