April Gallery Shows

Let Design Miami/ keep you updated on all things design with a scrolling exhibition calendar that highlights current and upcoming shows. Expect to find information about exhibitions at the most active design galleries from around the world.

Babs Haenen, Booo, Bruno Munari, Faye Toogood, Gagosian, Galerie Vivid, Jean Nouvel, Kristin McKirdy, London, Max Lamb, Ola Kolehmainen, Paul Jackson, Pierre Marie Giraud, ProjectB, Studio Formafantasma, Underkitchen

April Museum Shows

Let Design Miami/ keep you updated on all things design with a scrolling exhibition calendar that highlights current and upcoming shows. Expect to find information about exhibitions at the most active institutions around the world.

Agnes Varis Art Center, Jeff Zimmerman, Konstantin Grcic, MAD, MAK Vienna, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Victoria & Albert Museum, Vitra Design Museum

The Making of Bjarne Melgaard’s 2014 Whitney Biennial Installation

Since 1932, the Whitney Biennial is regarded as one of the leading shows in the art world, often setting off significant trends in contemporary American art – and typically showing young and lesser known artists.
For the 2014 edition, March 7-May 25, the Whitney took a bold new form, bringing together the findings of three curators from outside the Museum. Each…

Bjarne Melgaard, Johnson Trading Gallery, Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum

March Gallery Shows

Play: Stuart Haygarth
February 8 – May 10, 2014
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Paris, France
Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s exhibition presents part of a new series of pieces entitled Play by designer Stuart Haygarth, marking a new direction in his work. Reconfiguring toys and games provides the basis for an exploration of how playing is an integral part of the creative process. Three tables…

Anton Alvarez, Benedikt Fischer, Caroline Van Hoek Gallery, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Florian Milker, Galerie Pierre Marie Giraud, Gallery Libby Sellers, Kathrin Borst, Moderne Gallery, R & Company, Renate Muller, Shouchiku Tanabe, Stephanie Fleck, Stuart Haygarth, UNTITLED

March Museum Shows

Dries Van Noten – Inspirations
March 1-August 31, 2014
Musée des Arts décoratifs
Paris, France
Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris presents the first exhibition devoted to Belgian fashion designer Dries Van Noten. An eye opening event, Dries Van Noten’s men’s and women’s collections are paired with iconic pieces from the museum’s fashion and textile collection.The show also includes photographs, film…

Alvar Aalto, Amsterdam, Art, Belgium, Dries Van Noten, exhibition, Gigs Bakker, Gran Hornu, Martino Gamper, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Paris, Sam Maloof, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Stedelijk Museum

Konstantin Grcic’s Man Machine at Galerie kreo Paris

Galerie kreo in Paris presents Man Machine (February 13-May 17, 2014), a new furniture collection by industrial designer Konstantin Grcic where he works exclusively in glass, a common material and yet one rarely seen in the field of contemporary design.

function, furniture, Galerie kreo, Glass, Industrial design, Konstantin Grcic, Paris

February Museum Shows

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February Gallery Shows

Armel Soyer, Art Factum Gallery, Astrid Krogh, Caroline Van Hoek, Galerie Maria Wettergren, Galerie Vivid, Gallery Libby Sellers, Gareth Moason, Glass, Jason Jacques, Jeff Zimmerman, Julian Mayor, Kueng Kaputo, M/M (Paris), Peter Marigold, R & Company, Robert Smit, Salon 94, Simon Hasan, Thaddeus Wolfe, Volume Gallery

Georgia Bullets/ Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza

Georgia Bullets is an exhibition and series of workshops developed by Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza. The show is running parallel to TAPAS – Spanish Design For Food, and explores the relationship between (non)professional design and culinary production.

Design and Architecture Senior High School, Ernesto Oroza, Gean Moreno

SILENCIO/ Pharrell Williams and Takashi Murakami in Miami’s Design District

Silencio, the legendary Parisian nightclub, brought its energy to Miami’s Design District with a pop-up lounge hosted by Pharrell Williams, revered hip hop/R&B composer and design connoisseur…

Diddy, Miami Design District, Pharrell Williams, Silencio, Takashi Murakami