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Spin the Globe: 5 Design Events this Week

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 21, 2013 01:01 AM
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Spin the Globe: 5 Design Events this Week Olivia Martin Post-Stockholm Furniture Fair blues? Fret not, Dwell has you covered with a fresh batch of artful events around the world. Stuck in the North of A? Click here to check out five design events, from Seattle to NY, happening this week too. Eileen Gray at Le Centre Pompidou Opens February 20, 2013 Over 70 years of furniture, photographs, canvases, and collages demonstrate Eileen Gray’s scope and devotion to modernism. The iconic Centre Pompidou by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers is a Parisian must-see as well.   Atlas of an Irish City Exhibition Oonagh Young Gallery February 9-21, 2013 Hosted by the Architectural Association of Ireland, this exhibition features an architectural survey of Galway and explores the future of city planning with students of Studio Tom Emerson at the ETH Zurich.   Poster Art 150 – London Underground’s Greatest Designs London Transport Museum February 15-October 2013 A commemoration of the London Underground’s 150th anniversary (Fun fact: it was the world’s first underground railway), this showcase of 150 of the greatest underground posters includes posters by Edward McKnight Kauffer, Paul Nash, and Man Ray, including letterpress posters from the late 19th-century.   Soviet Modernism 1955-1991 Vienna Architecture Center Ends February 25, 2013 This research project and exhibition captures the shifts in architecture in the 14 non-Russian Soviet republics in the second half of the 20th century, an overlooked era in lieu of Constructionism and Stalinist architecture. As part of the project, scientists worked to interview witnesses during this era, and examined the architectural merits of the structures themselves.   Patti Smith: Camera Solo Art Gallery of Ontario February 9-May 19, 2013 Although best known as a musician, Patti Smith began as a visual artist and started taking photos in the late 1960s. This first presentation of Smith’s works in Canada takes an intimate perspective using her photographs, personal objects, and a short film.






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