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The Met Breuer's presents 'Design Radical'; a look at legendary Italian designer and architect Ettore Sottsass

July, 2017
Ettore Sottsass, Design Radical at the Met Breuer, New York. Until October 8, 2017. [Pictured, 'Carlton' Room Divider, 1981.]

The Met Breuer in New York presents an exhibition of legendary designer Ettore Sottsass titled Design Radical. Showcasing the legendary designers extraordinary body of work, from founding member of the renowned Memphis Group, to design consultant for Olivetti (creating the Elea 9003 mainframe computer) and including his lesser known works created later in life, such as furniture collaborations with Shiro Kuramata or Piet Mondrian. On view until October 8.

July, 2017