In 2013, MAD’s annual design program The Home Front: American Design Now expands its investigation into the current state of American Design into its very first physical exhibition: After The Museum: The Home Front 2013. Featuring more than 30 individuals and collaboratives, the exhibition will explore the role of the 21st century art and design museum in shaping and echoing contemporary design practices. After The Museum will stage and present a series of installations and more than 40 public programs—master classes, lectures, and special projects— that will examine the full breadth of the oscillating relationship between designers and cultural institutions.
Participants include AIGA/NY, Aaron Anderson and Eric Timothy Carlson, Alexandra Lange, American Design Club, Are.na, BOFFO, CLOG, D-Crit at SVA, Dexter Sinister with Erik Wyoscan, Fredericks & Mae, Garmento, JF & SON, Keetra Dean Dixon + JK Keller, The LAB at Rockwell Group, Leon Ransmeier, MatterMade, Murray Moss, Charlie O’Geen, Other Means, Pratt, Project Projects, REPLY, Rich Brilliant Willing, ROLU, Snarkitecture, Stefan Sagmeister, Superscript, Type@Cooper, Various Projects, Volume Gallery, Wanted Design, and W/–– Projects.
After the Museum: The Home Front 2013 is organized by Jake Yuzna, Manager of Public Programs, and guest curator Dan Rubinstein.
Public programs for After the Museum: The Home Front 2013 are made possible through the generous support of 1stdibs.
March 5 - May 12, 2013
Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY