TURNOVERS at Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade

at Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade
July 17 – September 28, 2014.
Exhibition “Turnovers“ is the second part of cooperation between the iconic Tate Modern (London) and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade). This formal and thematic sequel to the exhibition “Inverted House”, which took place at Tate from November until April, will show selected segments from the first exhibition, and three works specially produced for this occasion in Belgrade during May, June and July: a film “Chameleon” and sound recording “House in Motion” by Siniša Ilić and Tina Gverović, as well the work by Ben Cain.

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TT pavilion by Konstantin Grčić 

Back in Basel last month, we fell in love with the TT Pavilion, a pre-fabricated wood and aluminum installation by our own dear Konstantin Grčić. Built with AUDI parts, it was premiered at Design Miami/Basel 2014. The structure draws reference from architectural designs and prefabricated houses of Jean Prouvé, but is made including genuine AUDI TT parts. It can easily be set-up as a free-standing object…
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P.S. At Belgrade Design Week, Konstantin was named Designer of the Year 2008!

Bravo Roksanda!
London-based Serbian fashion designer, our dear friend Roksanda Ilinčić, recently opened her first London boutique. A beautiful retail space that reflects her style was designed by architect David Adjaye, who referenced elements from Roksanda’s geometric fashion designs for the interior of her flagship store in London’s Mayfair. “I wanted it to feel like an extension of my clothing, not a regular shop,” said Ilinčić. “So whether it’s the interior, or the detail on a coat in the store, it still has that architectural experience.”
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Need a beach bag?

BDW’s project „100% Future Serbia“ showcases creativity demonstrated in shop windows across the city of Belgrade, in a space of just 1m². MooShema designed colorful table oilcloth and beach bags, perfect for the summer vacation we hope you will enjoy… Have a nice trip!

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During the 10 year history of Normann Copenhagen, we have learned that passion for design and architecture is strongly connected to people and not places. Coming from a part of the world where DESIGN is almost part of your DNA and every household has a selection of Design Classics, does not guarantee that passion is found.   When coming to Belgrade for the BDW 2009 we found a dedication and passion at the highest level. We can only be jealous that such events, created with passion and real interest to push the viewers and visitors to the next level are not more commonly found in Denmark. That again is a tribute to the great efforts found behind BDW and we hope to be part of your events in the years to come.