International Marianne Brandt Contest 2016 Exhibition, Chemnitz Museum of Industry

The winners and nominated projects from the 2016 International Marianne Brandt Contest can be viewed in an exhibition in Chemnitz.

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The inclusion of a sheet steel bookend amongst our photos from the Grassi Museum for Applied Arts exhibition “Art Déco:

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Since 2000 the International Marianne Brandt Contest has been searching for the Poetry of the Functional in art and design.

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Bauhaus Archiv Berlin Sammlung Bauhaus Werner Jackson puppets

Following the necessary disruption of their permanent exhibition to accommodate the recently ended exhibition Sensing the Future: László Moholy-Nagy, die

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Cold as February 2014 unquestionably was, we managed to warm ourselves with exhibitions looking at the 1920s medial representation of

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Marianne Brandt Villa Esche Chemnitz Tastlicht 1929-1932

By way of an addendum to our addendum to our “5 New Design Exhibitions for February 2014” post…… Until June

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International Marianne Brandt Contest 2013

Older readers will be well aware of the high esteem in which we hold the Bauhaus educated designer Marianne Brandt.

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Awards ceremonies are all well and good – but much more important is the exhibition to accompany the contest. And

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Although the Marianne Brandt Contest is on the surface about Marianne Brandt, the awards ceremony in Chemnitz on Friday stood

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When we heard that the 2010 International Marianne Brandt Contest exhibition was going to be held in the Industrial Museum,

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Chemnitz is without doubt the ugliest city in Sachsen. If not Europe. And so it is all the more surprising

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