• NYC Makers

    1 July - 12 October

    MAD, New York

    Glenn Adamson's first exhibition as director of MAD focuses on the makers communities in New York

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  • Ray Johnson Designs

    2 July - 29 September

    MoMA, New York

    MoMA displays the collage and correspondence art of neo-Dadist artist Ray Johnson


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  • Digital Revolution

    3 July - 14 September

    The Barbican, London

    Yuri Suzuki, Studio XO and Universal Everything are among the participants in this exhibition examining digital creativity

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  • Gathering - From Domestic Craft to Contemporary Process

    3 July - 25 October

    Design Museum Holon, Holon

    Lidewij Edelkoort curates an exhibition examining designer’s works that draw upon craft tradition to create contemporary objects


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  • Conceptions of Space: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Architecture

    4 July - 19 October

    MoMA, New York

    MoMA opens an exhibition examining contemporary architects' understanding of and relationship with space


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  • Jo Nagasaka

    4 July - 16 August

    Gallery Libby Sellers, London

    Architect and designer Jo Nagasaka shows a collection of his works at Gallery Libby Sellers

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  • Image-Makers

    4 July - 5 October

    21_21 Design Sight, Tokyo

    Jean-Paul Goude's work is celebrated in an exhibition about the transportive qualities of images

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  • The BIG Maze

    4 July - 1 September

    The National Building Museum, Washington DC

    Bjarke Ingels’ Big creates a large-scale maze from maple plywood to fill the National Building Museum

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  • Lecture by Elizabeth Diller

    4 July, 6PM

    Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein

    Elizabeth Diller of architectural studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro visits Vitra for an early evening lecture on the practice’s work

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  • Kimono for a Modern Age, 1900-1960

    5 July - 19 October

    LACMA, Los Angeles

    An exhibition exploring how traditional kimono design adapted to the increase in textile forms and colours made available in the 20th century


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  • Zuan: Japanese Design Books

    5 July - 19 October

    LACMA, Los Angeles

    Zuan were elaborately decorated Japanese design books. Influential in kimono design, ceramics, lacquering and fan design, they are the subject of an exhibition by LACMA

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  • Lecture by Mattias Horx

    10 July, 6PM

    Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein

    Mattias Horx from the Future Institute think tank looks at where design and architecture are going in the next 10 years

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  • Architecture on Film: Post-producing Architecture - Torre David + Occupying Brazil

    10 July, 7PM

    Barbican, London

    The Architecture Foundation screens two films that explore the phenomenon of low-income South American families forced to illegally occupy abandoned high-rise buildings

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  • The Social: Glithero with Phil Cuttance

    10 July, 7PM

    Old Dairy Court, London

    Tim Simpson and Sarah van Gameren from design studio Glithero join with maker Phil Cuttance to host a workshop on casting and mould making

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  • Design Futures: Material Innovation

    15 July, 8PM

    Design Museum, London

    Mark Miodownik, Director at the Institute of Making, is joined by Benjamin Hubert and Sadie Williams to examine how material development affects contemporary design

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  • Malevich

    16 July - 26 October

    Tate Modern, London

    Kazimir Malevich, the great Russian suprematist artist, comes under scrutiny at Tate Modern


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  • Screening of My Architect by Nathaniel Kahn

    22 July, 6.30PM

    Design Museum, London

    To mark the Louis Kahn exhibition at the Design Museum, RIBA is screening My Architect, a documentary about Kahn made by his son Nathaniel

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  • Members Tour at 101 Spring Street

    23 July, 5PM

    Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York

    Storefront leads a tour of 101 Spring Street, the former residence of artist Donald Juss, which was featured in Disengo No.5

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  • Disobedient Objects

    26 July - 1 February

    V&A, London

    The V&A's summer exhibition highlights the role that objects have played in protest or radical movements around the world


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  • Of Sounds, Words, Turtles & You

    31 July - 21 August

    Mudam, Luxembourg

    The Liquid Penguin Ensemlbe presents a sound installation at Mudam

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