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The State of Things Exhibition Cataloge
The State of Things Exhibition Cataloge

     50 Hardcover, special edition
     catalogues, signed by the
     curators

 


The State of Things
Design and the 21st Century

Leading guest curator:
Barbara J. Bloemink, Phd

Sub curators:
Julie Lasky, Aric Chen, Garth Walker

"The State of Things," the inaugural exhibition of the Design Museum Holon, is an international exhibition featuring approximately 100 objects. The research, collection and selection process undertaken by the four curators involved examining the work strategies of contemporary designers, the criteria that shape their choice of specific themes, the conceptual and technological development of the objects, their production process and their media reception. This analysis was then summed up in form of eight fundamental issues addressed by professional designers worldwide.

Limited addition hard copy

Go to "The State of Thing" exhibition page >

ISBN: 9789659153305
Published:       Israel, 2010
Pages: 167
Size: 20x25 cm  

Order Anytime: 972-73-2151515 or info@dmh.org.il
The catalogue is available for purchase at the museum and at Steimatzky stores: Tel Aviv: Dizengoff, Dizengoff Lev (new), Ramat Aviv Mall, Gan Hair (City Garden), Shenkin st. and at the renewed store at "Habima".Steimatzky
Haifa: Grand Canyon

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