Moscow Design Museum took part in ARTeria project - contemporary art in a new building of children's hospital in moscow

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EXHIBITION

DESIGN SYSTEM IN THE USSR 22.11.2017 — 12.01.2018
In the early 1960s, a network of research institutes was established across the country. Each of them was subordinate to a certain ministry ...

EXHIBITION

33 BEGINNINGS - 100 YEARS OF FINNISH DESIGN 17.11.2017 — 17.12.2017
The past and present of the Finnish design. Each object or initiative became a symbol to represent the new era was a starting point for a ne ...

EXHIBITION

THE PAPER REVOLUTION GOES TO BERLIN 08.11.2017 — 21.01.2018
The exhibition is dedicated to one of the most outstanding art phenomena of the 20th century. During its first decade, Soviet Russia, a youn ...

EXHIBITION

RUSSIAN DESIGN HISTORY 1917-2017 10.09.2017 — 25.10.2017
The first exhibition in the history of modern Russia, where the best examples of Russian design from 3 most important periods of its history ...

EDUCATION

TRADITIONS + CONTEMPORARY DESIGN 24.08.2017 19:00
Roundtable discussion as part of  “New Olds. Classics and Innovations in Design” exhibition. Stars contemporary Russian designer ...

EXHIBITION

NEW OLDS. CLASSICS AND INNOVATIONS IN DESIGN 28.06.2017 — 29.08.2017
The project explores the idea of "new" and "old" in design, reveals the nature of the relationship between tradition and innovation, tells a ...

EXHIBITION

THE PAPER REVOLUTION 07.06.2017 — 08.10.2017
The exhibition is dedicated to one of the most outstanding art phenomena of the 20th century. During its first decade, Soviet Russia, a youn ...

EXHIBITION

INTO THE UNKNOWN: A JOURNEY THROUGH SCIENCE FICTION 03.06.2017 — 01.09.2017
Moscow Design Museum contributes to the Barbican’s sci-fi exhibition..

EDUCATION

DANISH CLASSICS OF THE TIME 01.06.2017 19:00
Meeting at the exhibition «Legends of Danish Design» with co-curator Pavel Ulyanov.

EDUCATION

WHY CHAIR? WHY DENMARK? 24.05.2017 19:00
Boris Berlin, one of the most famous Danish furniture designers, is holding a lecture.
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