The Value of Good Design

10 February—27 May 2019
MOMA, 11 West 53rd Street
New York

The exhibition aims to explore the intersection of good design and how it can enhance our everyday life. On view, you will find items from the late 1930s —1950s, including furnishings, ceramics, glass, electronics, sporting goods, toys, and graphics, all exploring According to MOMA, the exhibition “raises questions about what Good Design might mean today, and whether values from mid-century can be translated and redefined for a 21st-century audience. Visitors are invited to judge for themselves by trying out a few good design classics still in production, and exploring how, through its design stores, MoMA continues to incubate new products and ideas in an international marketplace.”

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Dina Shirin
February 4, 2019

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