Vitra 2021

programma espositivo del Design Museum Vitra

in corso

fino al 28 febbraio 2021
Home Stories: 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors
«The exhibition is organized around 20 iconic interiors by architects such as Adolf Loos, Finn Juhl, Lina Bo Bardi, and Assemble; artists like Andy Warhol or Cecil Beaton, as well as interior designer Elsie de Wolfe».

fino al 18 aprile 2021
Gae Aulenti: A Creative Universe
«The exhibition will present roughly 35 items from across her career, complemented by photographs, sketches, and drawings, as well as a slideshow, documentary films, and interviews».

in programma

6 febbraio 2021 – 23 gennaio 2022
Memphis: 40 Years of Kitsch and Elegance
«Forty years after the group was founded, the exhibition presents objects, drawings, and material from the archives giving insight into the Memphis world. The group’s main protagonists will also be introduced, from its mentor Ettore Sottsass to Michele de Lucchi, Martine Bedin, Michael Graves, Barbara Radice, Peter Shire, and Shiro Kuramata».

20 marzo – 5 settembre 2021
German Design 1949–1989: Two Countries, One History
«The the first overview that explores German design on both sides of the Iron Curtain. While giving insights into the different design philosophies in the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany, it also reveals the many parallels and interrelations linking design in East and West during the nation’s dividee».

25 settembre 2021 – 6 marzo 2022
The Bigger Picture: Women in Design 1920 – Today
«The exhibition highlights the contribution of female protagonists in modern and contemporary design, as well as investigating structural questions such as the writing of design history or the role and value of collaborative practice. The Bigger Picture will include pieces by Charlotte Perriand, Lilly Reich, or Eileen Gray. The exhibition will also shed light on the important contribution of lesser-known practitioners, such as Nanda Vigo or Nanna Ditzel, and will present the work of contemporary designers like Marian van Aubel, Bless or Julia Lohmann».