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OVERVIEW, eyeglasses from the collection of Claude Samuel | The Catalogue of the exhibition

Graphic Design: 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.

From the catalogue: A Conversation with Claude Samuel>

From the catalogue: Eyeglasses - between Design and Medicine>

From the catalogue: Taking Eyeglasses Seriously


To purchase the catalogue -

Please call 073-2151525 or email info@dmh.org.il


ISBN: 978-965-7710-05-0 
Printed in Israel, 2016
Languages: English-Hebrew 
Size: 22x14 cm 
Pages: 230, Paperback.
Price: 120 NIS

 

 
 
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