The winners and nominated projects from the 2016 International Marianne Brandt Contest can be viewed in an exhibition in Chemnitz.
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Browsing in our Pictorial Review archive it appears March 2013 was “a month of travelling: Stuttgart, Chemnitz, Weimar, Dessau….. its
Since 2000 the International Marianne Brandt Contest has been searching for the Poetry of the Functional in art and design.
As we’ve often noted in these pages the eastern German town of Chemnitz markets itself as the “City of Modernism”,
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March 2013 was a month of travelling: Stuttgart, Chemnitz, Weimar, Dessau….. its amazing we found time to actually write anything…….
We’re not going to pretend everyone is enamoured with our constant pops at Chemnitz. Truth is for the majority our
On Saturday September 7th the winners of the International Marianne Brandt Contest 2013 were unveiled at an awards ceremony in
Having already been to Chemnitz once this year we really are loathed to go a second time. It somehow feels
A couple of years ago N.W.A. frontman Ice Cube shot a short celluloid tribute to Charles and Ray Eames. Without
Although the Marianne Brandt Contest is on the surface about Marianne Brandt, the awards ceremony in Chemnitz on Friday stood