Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum


July 04 2024 Opening: The Color of Glass

Opening: The Color of Glass

Sigurd Bronger: „Making of Things” and his world of inspiration

Bronger’s lecture “The Making of things” is about his world of inspiration. From his side it will be a light and entertaining conversation through his world of making in 45 minutes.

New Modes IV / New Relations with Nature

Panel Discussion with Anna Goldhofer, Martina Maier and Johanna Seelemann

Amex Art ON

Amex Art ON Experience the exclusive Private View of Shylight including live performances before anyone else! We are delighted to celebrate the spectacular combination of art and technology in a special setting. As part of the Amex ON event series, American Express® and Die Neue Sammlung invite you to the exclusive pre-opening of the Shylight installation by the Amsterdam artist duo DRIFT accompanied by Dutch pianist Joep Beving at the Pinakothek der Moderne. DJs Chelo x Venti will complement the evening with a sound performance on the turntables in the rotunda of the Pinakothek der Moderne. Amex Art ON: Experience the Shylight installation at a Private View including live performances before everyone else.

Su san Cohn: Earrings are for listening

March 07-15 2020 MCBW. Design connects!

The Long Week Of Design

February 28 2019 Satellite 7: Finnish Disko #2

The Finnish Disco enters the 2nd round

Alan Preston & Areta Wilkinson. Studio Jewelry in Aotearoa New Zealand

After incredible lectures about the history of studio jewelry in the Netherlands and the United States the theme will be the history of studio jewelry in Aotearoa New Zealand during the Schmuck-Sunday-Matinee at Pinakothek der Moderne 2016. Prof. Alan Preston (born 1941) and Dr. Areta Wilkinson (born 1969) will be discussing the development of Contemporary resp. Studio Jewelry in Aotearoa New Zealand a group islands of with a unique cultural context and history. Practice in New Zealand has matured with the support of Fingers in Auckland, a jewelry gallery established by Alan Preston in 1974 and managed by makers for 40 years, representing 170 artists during that time. Hindsight reveals national, political and cultural influences distinguishing it from other International practices. Alan Preston & Areta Wilkinson. Studio Jewelry in Aotearoa New Zealand. Māori, Oceanic and international practices underpinning Fingers development for 40 years