March 19th is the last day to catch Kueng Captuo
’s newest works at Etage Projects
. The show represents the first time the work of Swiss design duo Sarah Kueng and Lovis Caputo is being shown in Denmark. Their colorful leather bowls are treated with layer after layer of dye until the playfully marbled finish is achieved.
At the Bauhaus Archives design museum, “Textile Design Today: From Experiment to Series” begins on March 16th, with an opening reception on March 15th at 7pm.
“Please Touch!” can be seen (and touched) at the Museum Gestaltung through March 20th. Take in design with more than just your eyes in this interactive and tactile exhibition.
On view in the galleries just across from the Louvre, “De La Caricature à l’Affiche 1850-1918” at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs explores the function of caricaturists in French posters at the turn of the 20th century.
At the new Art & Design Atomium Museum in Brussels, “Eames & Hollywood,” the art center’s first temporary exhibition, will open on March 10th. The exhibition, curated by Alexandra Midal, presents a sampling of the more than 750,000 photographic images taken by the iconic American designers
Designmuseo is currently showing “The Century of the Child: Nordic Design for Children - from 1900 to today,” an exhibition that focuses on examples of Nordic design for children and draws from the MoMA exhibition on a similar, albeit broader, theme of product design and when it is targeted toward children. The show runs through March 13th along with an exhibition of ’s
work (this year’s winner of The Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize), which will be on display until March 27th.
Still on display at Design Exchange is “Classic Plastics,” a show celebrating the revolutionary material, developed during WWII as a replacement for natural materials in high demand.