Open Ended by Lidewij Edelkoort

20 Jun. 2015 — 05 Feb. 2016

EXTENDED UNTIL 5 FEBRUARY 2016
Lidewij Edelkoort will exhibit a selection from her personal art and design collection. An overview of dutch and international autonomous design from 1995 to 2015.

“Composed of work from the most important designers working round the turn of the century, many of them with links to the Netherlands, the collection shows how attitudes to design have changed and are coming of age. The evolution of design as an autonomous discipline is a focus point. The work of a number of local heroes is on display, alongside world-renowned talents, celebrating the creative spirit of the city of Eindhoven and representing a feather in the cap of education.”

With works by Alvar Aalto & Ilse Crawford for Artek, Anni Albers and Anthony Kleinepier, Rodrigo Almeida, Anton Alvarez, Atelier NL, Tigran Avetisyan, Maarten Baas, Manu Baeyens, Anthon Beeke, Anthon Beeke Collectief, Pieke Bergmans, Bokja, Tord Boontje, Fernando & Humberto Campana also for Edra, Nacho Carbonell, Michel Charlot, Franck Christen, Daniel Dewer & Grègory Giquel, Piet Hein Eek, Catharina van Eetvelde, Kiki van Eijk, Gam Fratesi for Casa Mania, Gabriela Fridriksdottir, Front for Moooi, Jaime Hayon also for Paula C. and for Moooi, Pepe Heykoop, Richard Hutten for Droog, Studio Job also for Lensvelt and for Moooi, Rei Kawakubo for Comme Des Garçons, Imke Klee, Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters, Eric Ku, Julia Lohmann, Jon Male, Enzo Mari, Marni, Mathieu Meijers, Ulf Mortiz for Sahco, Julian Opie, Francisco Pinto, Bertjan Pot also for Moustache, Fabien Seiz, Inga Sempé for Edra, Brynjar Sigurdarson, Marie Taillefer, Philippe omas, Frank Tjepkema, Martin Vallin for Cappellini, Marcel Wanders, Bas Warmoeskerken for Droog, Carolina Wilcke, Yohji Yamamoto, Oscar Zieta.

CURATORS Lidewij Edelkoort & Philip Fimmano
ASSISTANT Anne Willem Schenk
Photo’s doll collection by Daniel Costa

With this exhibition, a series of lectures, debates and informal meetings, Kazerne explores the influence and significance of Lidewij Edelkoort – honored trend forecaster and former chairwoman of the Design Academy Eindhoven. We are extremely proud to connect Lidewij as our first guest curator to the new podium for the creative industries.

View the lecture by Lidewij Edelkoort on her personal collection here
View the interview by Tim Vermeulen with Lidewij Edelkoort here
View the screening/open talk led by Jeroen Junte here

Kazerne is a starting cultural organisation that does not receive any structural subsidies. We fund our program by exploitation of the restaurant and rental of spaces. Our exposition is located in the restaurant and the boardroom. As a result, part of the exhibition might not always be accessible due to this rental. Do you want to make sure that all of our expo is on view? Call +31 40 304 1388 for confirmation. We apologize for the inconvenience.

THANKS
Edelkoort expositions, ABC collectief, Ruud Balk, Blueyard, Congresreportage, Dekkers Communicatie, Gebr. van den Eijnden Art Movers, Exposize, Gemeente Eindhoven, Drukkerij en Uitgeverij Lecturis, Lucas&Lucas, Jonathan Marks, VSBfonds, Studio van der Zandt.

Image: Lidewij Edelkoort wearing a mask by Bertjan Pot, Photo by Camiel Donders iov TextielMuseum, 2013.


Date: 20 Jun. 2015 — 05 Feb. 2016
Location: Kazerne