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Je t'aime, Ronit Elkabetz 28/11/17 - 28/4/18
Curator and Catalog Editor: Ya'ara KeydarDesign: Kobi Franco and Zohar Koren
The book, published with the opening of the exhibition, includes six original articles that were written especially for the Exhibition, and gathers pictures of Ronit Elkabetz from her cinematic career as an actress, screenwriter and director, along with personal photographs, professional images and modeling images - from the early 1990's and throughout her career.
The articles that appear in the catalogue in Hebrew and English deal with cinema, fashion design, gender, feminism, politics and other subjects by looking at Elkabetz's extensive work and career. Among the articles: an article by curator Ya'ara Keydar, a personal biographical article by director Shlomi Elkabetz (Ronit's brother) and an article that includes Elkabetz's filmography written by Yigal Nizri.Catalogue page >>Exhibition page >>
OVERVIEW, eyeglasses from the collection of Claude Samuel21/12/2016 - 27/4/2017
Curator: Maya DvashDesign: Avigail Reiner and Shlomi Nahmani (THE STUDIO)
To mark the exhibition, a special bilingual catalogue is published, tracing the development of eyeglasses through the mirror of history, philosophy, and culture. Alongside photographs of eyeglasses from the collection, the catalogue includes articles by a variety of authors from the fields of fashion, medicine, philosophy, design and art, providing an observation of this object from different perspectives. The publication of the catalogue was made possible through the generous support of Zeiss vision care & Lapidot Medical (Zeiss vision care's exclusive distributor) in honor of Carl Zeiss' 200th birthday.
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nendo: the space in between7/6/2016 - 19/11/2016
Editor: Maya DvashDesign: Studio nendo
This distinctive catalogue was published with the opening of the exhibition, and includes six articles in accordance with the six categories, an interview Oki Sato conducted with Maria Cristina Didero (the exhibition's curator), as well as all the objects displayed in the exhibition. Contributors to the book include Galit Gaon, Dr. Ory Bartal, Marco Sammicheli, Glenn Adamson, Eric Chen and Libby Sellers.
The catalogue comprises an elegant box containing two books: one of texts, and the other of images. In the space between the two books is a distinctive bookmark designed by Studio nendo.
Urban Shading In Israel4/7/2015 - 31/10/2015
Editor: Martin Weyl
This publication and the accompanying exhibition displayed at Design Museum Holon are more than a documentation of current trends. They are a Call for Action. They are a plea for a new "recognition of shade" and for the creation of "shade-scapes" in our urban environments.
Yaacov Kaufman - Stools25/3/2015 - 6/6/2015
Curator: Galit Gaon
"Stools" exhibition presented about 450 objects created in Studio Yaacov Kaufman in the past eight years. The stools are presented as a complete and continuous course of action, resembling their own development process. At first glance they seem to be replicated mutations of a small piece of furniture - like the animation produced when flipping a flip book. A second, more focused look reveals a diverse, continuously developing, non-hierarchical system of examinations that has no beginning or end, edges or margins. And if they did not have to leave the studio, the stools would continue to fill the small space in Jaffa until it burst at the seams.
Alessi - In-Possible25/3/2015 - 6/6/2015
Guest Curators: Francesca Appiani, Museu Alessi
"IN-Possible" offers the public a glimpse into the lesser known part of the Alessi Museum collection and reveals the inner workings of one of the leading Italian factories of design through a selection of projects that never saw the light of day.
The exhibition presented for the first time more than fifty designs by some of the world's best and most renowned designers and architects, including Philippe Starck, Zaha Hadid, Patricia Urquiola, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, and Ettore Sottsass, whose development process was halted before they reached the finish line.
GATHERING - From Domestic Craft to Contemporary Process3/7/2014 - 1/11/2014
Curators: Lidewij Edelkoort and Philip Fimmano
GATHERING features a survey of the ground-breaking 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE collection by the legendary Japanese designer.Disdain for a boring global market coupled with a fear of the virtualisation of society has inspired designers to create work that is linked to the humanisation of the making process and the contextualisation of a more responsible lifestyle. Craft has therefore become one of the major movements of our time and can be understood as the repetition of skills that belong to our common past, exuding a sense of belonging and continuity.
Ron Arad: In Reverse26/5/2011 - 10/9/2011
Guest Curator: Lydia Yee
In Reverse highlights a selection of Arad's work in metal - ranging from chairs to sculptural pieces - from the past three decades. The exhibition examines the ongoing dialogue between handmade and digital processes in Arad's practice and will feature a new project designed especially for this exhibition.
* Hardcover catalogue
Common Roots - Design Map of Central Europe23/2/13 - 23/11/12
Leading guest curator: Agnieszka Jacobson
A catalogue with a distinctive format, comprising three booklets - Introduction, Past, and Present - bound together in an unusual way. The catalogue includes ten articles by the foremost East European researchers that add a historical dimension alongside references to contemporary design. Dozens of photographs of historical and contemporary design items enrich the perspective of the exhibition.
Maestro of avant-garde fashion, Yohji Yamamoto remains one of the world's most influential and enigmatic designers and over the last forty years has made a vital contribution to fashion, challenging traditional norms of clothing with his style. The exhibition at Design Museum Holon is particularly meaningful as it coincides with the 60th anniversary of the Japan-Israel relationship and the 40th anniversary of Yamamoto's company, Y's.
new olds - Design Between Tradition and Innovation26/5/2011 - 10/9/2011
Curator: Volker Albus
The exhibition presents creative interpretations by contemporary designers for motifs from the past. The wide variety of works included in the exhibition indicates that these designers, most of whom are in their twenties and thirties, consider the past a source of inspiration and derive great pleasure from using an assortment of icons and symbols from various historical periods.
Post Fossil - excavating 21st century design27/1/2011 - 30/4/2011
Curator: Lidewij Edelkoort
The 'Post Fossil' exhibition provides a glimpse into the future through materials, forms, and rituals of the past. The exhibition brings together over a 100 works of 63 designers who create and define design that focuses on natural and sustainable materials. They create shelter, tools, and machines, and revive archaic rituals that serve a more modest lifestyle, as if each of them were a Fred Flintstone of the future.
Curators: Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox
In recent years technological innovations have found their way directly into products and garments - either attached to the garment or as an integral part of it.In this exhibition the exhibited pieces are the products ofincorporating machines into the design process and as part of the final product itself, as opposed to products designed to serve as a platform for exhibiting the technology.
Senseware - Tokyo Fiber25/6/2010 - 4/9/2010
Curator: Kenya Hara
What is senseware? Kenya Hara, the exhibition director, describes it as "a matter that stirs the human creative instinct and awakens the desire to make things." The aim of this exhibition is to deliberately bring a broad sweep of creators and technology people into contact with attractive new artificial fibers, encouraging them to think of applications that make the benefits of the material visible.
The State of Things - Design and the 21st Century4/3/2010 - 22/5/2010
Leading guest curator: Barbara J. Bloemink, Phd Sub curators: Julie Lasky, Aric Chen, Garth Walker
The inaugural exhibition, 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.