design.nl
Sluit Filter
Search:
Dutch design news website

Newsletter #111


Newsletter #111

An international focus this week with Dutch exhibitions opening internationally: Joris Laarman debuts new work in New York, Richard Hutten designs his own retrospective in Gent and Dutch and Chinese designers join forces in Shanghai in the lead-up to the World Expo. Plus we hear the highlights of the Dutch talks at Design Indaba, Cape Town and more dramas continue to unfold at Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum.


SMALL TALK: Grassworks, Michael Barnaart van Bergen and Frédérik Ruys

SMALL TALK: Grassworks, Michael Barnaart van Bergen and Frédérik Ruys

This week in SMALL TALK: Jair Straschnow wins the Brit Insurance Design Awards for Furniture, Michael Barnaart van Bergen is appointed fashion ambassador for The Hague and Frédérik Ruys wins the Infographics prize...

Taking a Stance in Shanghai

Taking a Stance in Shanghai

Eight designers - four Dutch, four Chinese - chosen for their open thinking and experimental work, form the basis for an exhibition that tours China, starting with Shanghai as a prelude to the World Expo 2010.

More Dramas at the Stedelijk Museum

More Dramas at the Stedelijk Museum

Amsterdam’s flagship modern art museum has already been closed for seven years - an embarrassment for the city government. Its latest scandal is the sacking of the French designer selected to renew the museum’s...

Boontje, Edelkoort and Meindertsma light up Design Indaba Conference 2010

Boontje, Edelkoort and Meindertsma light up Design Indaba Conference 2010

South African writer Maciek Dubla sends us a letter from sunny Cape Town which recently hosted the 2010 edition of Design Indaba, featuring again a lineup of Dutch designers.

Richard Hutten's 18 years of Playing

Richard Hutten's 18 years of Playing

We caught up with Richard Hutten after the opening of his exhibition at the Design Museum Gent to find out about the challenges of designing his own retrospective.

"For three years I was known as the Heatwave guy."

"For three years I was known as the Heatwave guy."

'Joris Laarman Lab' shows us what's been keeping the designer relatively unseen in the past couple of years. Our US correspondent David Sokol reviews Laarman's new show which just debuted at New York's Friedman Benda...

Rating

star1 star2 star3 star4 star5

( 0 Votes, average: 0 out of 5)

click to vote

Your favourites

You have no favourites