Marcel Wanders by Marjan Groot
28 Mar 2014
- Start in the Schiphol Lounge
- 1 - 2 pm
- Entrance price to the museum + 2,50 Public Program fee
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The Stedelijk Museum is delighted to present a new series of Gallery Talks to accompany the exhibition Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up. The speakers of the Gallery Talks are renowned experts in the field of industrial design such as Ingeborg de Roode (curator Marcel Wanders exhibition), BertJan Pot (Studio Bertjan Pot), Marjan Groot (senior lecturer at University Leiden) and Karin Krautgartner & Gabriele Chiave (creative director and senior designer at Marcel Wanders studio).
By inviting well-known designers and curators to organize a tour around a selection of exhibited works on the basis of their own work and expertise, the series of gallery talks offers new perspectives on the exhibition, beyond the historical or thematic narratives of design.
More information about the speaker
Marjan Groot is senior lecturer in Design and Decorative Art Studies at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. She received her doctorate on Women Designers in the Netherlands 1880-1940. Her research concerns all forms of design and decorative art, with a special focus on modernism and postmodernism. She aims to combine historical knowledge of design and decorative art with contemporary theoretical viewpoints. Recent publications include an edited volume on Design and Gender (2011) and a paper on ‘Design, Gender and Biotechnology’ (2013)