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Design Museum Den Bosch

Within walking distance of Hotel Central you will find the Design Museum Den Bosch. Here you will find modern art, especially contemporary visual art and design. The museum specialises in ceramics and jewellery.

Programme Design Museum Den Bosch

The poster is dead
7 March untill 24 May 2020

We are surrounded by pictures: advertisements everywhere fight for our attention. But where posters used to stand still, nowadays we are increasingly drawn to moving images. The traditional graphic design on paper is gradually being replaced by motion design on screens. In the exhibition "The poster is dead", Design Museum Den Bosch presents the work of eight design agencies that play a role in the rise of digital advertising design in the outdoor space.

Bodydrift - Anatomies of the Future 
14 March 2020 untill 7 June 2020

What does the future of the human body look like? In this exhibition, artists and designers explore the moral and technological boundaries of the body. Humans are improved, protected, made more attractive. This process has been going on for ages, but it has reached its zenith in light of current technological advances. ‘Bodydrift – Anatomies of the Future’ is about the recent history and future of our bodies. It gives an overview of the current state of affairs and presents a speculative exploration of the new human. Bart Hess and Harm Rensink create a spectacular exhibition design.

The Politics of Design - Victor Papanek 
20 June 2020 untill 4 October 2020

This summer, Design Museum Den Bosch presents the work of visionary designer, critic and activist Victor Papanek (1923-1998). His famous book Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change (1970) stands for a radical vision of designs in which sustainability and social justice are more important than consumption and commerce. The exhibition shows both a retrospective of his work and the way in which young designers are working with these themes more than ever.

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