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ALL NEW CONTENT AND SPEAKERS! 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, recently cited by the Wall Street Journal as a lucrative avenue of investment.
This unique program is directed by design historian Dr. Daniella Ohad, and seeks to engage architects, interior designers, design lovers, and art collectors in an exploration of this fascinating world—both novices and experienced collectors are welcome! Once again, the popular Collecting Design series will be offered as an online course, accessible to anyone across the globe.
This latest iteration of Collecting Design: The Legends provides a rare opportunity to explore historical, mid-century, and contemporary design; to discover the world of collectible design and its sustainable impact; to look and analyze the finest interiors—all with a series of prolific experts who have defined this field and shaped its culture. Join us and enter into the cultural conversation of design; enjoy the best, most innovative design ever created; learn how to ‘read’ objects; find the value of living with great design; develop a critical eye; and take your taste into new horizons.
Please note this is packaged as a 10-session course. These sessions will be available live only, and will not be recorded.