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2019-03-19 10:30:002019-03-19 12:30:00America/New_YorkCollecting Design: History, Collections & Highlights (Session 5)Collecting modern and contemporary design has become one of the most dynamic, influential, and intriguing territories in the international marketplace, standing at the forefront of style and taste. While initially fueled by the fine arts market, collecting design has emerged as a discipline in its own right; one that dominates high-brow interiors and attracts those who value living with the finest design. The market has become a global barometer of trend forecasting, signifying the language, dir
Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Pl New York NY 10012
Mar 19, 2019
3/19/19, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Center for Architecture
Collecting modern and contemporary design has become one of the most dynamic, influential, and intriguing territories in the international marketplace, standing at the forefront of style and taste. While initially fueled by the fine arts market, collecting design has emerged as a discipline in its own right; one that dominates high-brow interiors and attracts those who value living with the finest design. The market has become a global barometer of trend forecasting, signifying the language, directions, and taste of our time. Collecting design has come forward as a source of taste-making and trend forecasting, generating market reports, art fairs, museum exhibitions, research projects, scholarship, monographs, and endless headlines. Collecting design inspires scholarly analysis, art fairs, museum exhibitions, and monographs, and was cited recently by the Wall Street Journal as a lucrative avenue of investment.
This unique program educates architects, interior designers, design lovers, and art collectors in this fascinating world. It focuses on various themes which have a central place in the collectible design world. Lectures are accompanied by conversations with leading experts, including curators, collectors, dealers, and scholars.
For the Spring 2019 season of Collecting Design: History, Collections, Highlights, instructor Dr. Daniella Ohad will host Larry Weinberg on the 100th anniversary of the legendary Bauhaus and the market for Bauhaus material; Kelly Behun on the notion of collectible design in the 21st-century sophisticated interior; Zesty Meyers on the contemporary design program of R & Company, the gallery he co-founded with Evan Snyderman; Felix Burrichter on a new design movement that in recent years has come to dominate the collectible design world and signify narratives of 21st-century culture; Christina Miller on the behind-the-scenes of 1stdibs; and Christian Larsen, design curator at the Met, on Brazilian mid-century design, and dealer Robert Kaplan on the American Arts and Crafts Movement. We will be visiting a design fair for a first-hand experience.
Spring 2019 Schedule
February 19 (1.5 LU | 1.5 HSW) – Mental Furniture; Guest Speaker: Felix Burrichter, Editor in Chief, Pin-Up Magazine February 26 (1.5 LU) – The American Arts and Crafts Movement; Guest Speaker: Robert Kaplan, World’s Expert, Connoissuer, Dealer March 5 – Contemporary Collectible Design; Guest Speaker: Zesty Meyers, Principal, R & Company March 12 – Art Nouveau March 19 (1.5 LU)- The Bauhaus; Guest Speaker: Lawrence Weinberg, Founder, Weinberg Modern April 2 (1.5 LU) – Brazilian Modern; Guest Speaker: Christian Larsen, Associate Curator of Modern Design and Decorative Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art April 9 – The ‘Curated’ Interior; Guest Speaker: Kelly Behun, Founder, kelly behun |STUDIO April 16 – 1stdibs, and the Changing Face of Collecting; Guest Speaker: Cristina Miller, Chief Commercial Officer, 1stdibs April 30 – Field trip to 1stdibs May 7 – Field trip to TEFAF at the Park Avenue Armory
Participants receive free access to an annual report on the design market conducted by DeTnk.com (valued at $375) and an annual subscription to Cultured Magazine.
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About the Instructor Daniella Ohad received her Ph.D. from Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture. She lectures and publishes widely on design history, theory, and the decorative arts. She has taught at Parsons the New School for Design, Pratt Institute, and Bard College. She is a speaker on topics of design history, theory, social media, and collecting worldwide.
As a reminder, AIA National policy requires participants to attend the entire educational portion of an event to receive continuing education credits. We encourage all participants to arrive on time to comply with this policy.
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