BEGIN:VCALENDAR METHOD:PUBLISH PRODID:-//design-museum.de//NONSGML iCalcreator 2.6// VERSION:2.0 X-WR-TIMEZONE:Europe/Berlin BEGIN:VEVENT UID:20191112T230519CET-92947LVXUa@design-museum.de DTSTAMP:20191112T220519Z CATEGORIES:Ausstellung DESCRIPTION:Vitra Design Museum\nSurrealism was one of the most influential art movements of the twentieth century. Everyday objects played a central role in its dreamlike imagery: they were alienated\, ironized\, or combin ed to create curious hybrids. This led to the creation of numerous key wor ks of modern art\, from Marcel Duchamp’s »Bicycle Wheel« (1913) to Sal vador Dalí’s »Lobster Telephone« (1936). In reverse\, Surrealism also exerced a decisive influence on the evolution of design. On 28 September 2019 the Vitra Design Museum will open a major exhibition that offers a co mprehensive look at the dialogue between Surrealism and design. For the fi rst time\, it will unveil the extent to which Surrealism has influenced de sign of the past 100 years – from furniture and interiors to graphic des ign\, fashion\, and photography. The exhibition will include works by Gae Aulenti\, BLESS\, Achille Castiglioni\, Giorgio de Chirico\, Le Corbusier\ , Salvador Dalí\, Dunne &\; Raby\, Marcel Duchamp\, Max Ernst\, Ray Ea mes\, Front\, Frederick Kiesler\, Shiro Kuramata\, René Magritte\, Carlo Mollino\, Isamu Noguchi\, Meret Oppenheim\, Man Ray\, Iris van Herpen\, an d many others.\nMore\nImage: \nDaniel Streat/Visual Fields\, Bocca sofa: Studio65/Gufram\, photo: Jürgen HANS © Vitra Design Museum DTSTART:20190928T000000 DTEND:20200120T000000 LOCATION:Vitra Design Museum SUMMARY:Ausstellung - Objects of Desire: \nSurrealism and Design 1924 – T oday END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR