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Wednesday, 29-01

Pay Attention! Time: 10.00-12.30    

In collaboration with Glass museum Leerdam

A. D. Copier is the biggest glass artist that the Netherlands has had. Almost every household has a glass of Copier and he has drawn one of the most famous Dutch designs of the 20th century: the Guild glass. After issuing the oeuvre catalogue Copier Complete in 2011 and two exhibitions in the Glass museum, there still are topics the Glass museum has to share with the audience.


Philipp Weber, (graduate Design Academy Eindhoven, project Strange Symphony)

Laurens Geurtz (co-writer cataloque raisonné Copier Complete 'Two Tracks in Glass revisited' A.D Copier’s lecture from 1984 reconstructed)

Job Meihuizen (curator design of The New Institute, who wrote ‘Richard Hutten in Sonneveld House, contemporary interventions’)

Marc Barreda (artist and glass blower, who wrote 'Prolific, about Copier’s unending explorations, productivity and influence')

Helene Besancon (curator National Glass museum, writer of ‘Copier non-glass designs: graphic design, porcelain, plate and plastic’)

Lennart Booy (researcher, who wrote his PhD thesis 'Lalique in the Netherlands, the machine as tool' in 2013)

On closing all speakers will join on stage for a Q&A

Published: 28-Jan-2014 09:24


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