If you’re a design lover then this post is for you. This Summer there’s a lot of design exhibitions from artists like David Hockney that you can not miss.

Finally, after a time of darkness, summer is bringing the light back and with it the opening of some of best places art has helped to create like museumns and galleries. And if you love design then you are in luck! There’s new exhbitions for you to explore and fall in love with the art of those who made it.

Claude & François at Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts

Design Claude & François | Photo Credit: Thomas Clark
Design Claude & François | Photo Credit: Thomas Clark

This married duo had a passion for the outdoors. For Claude, it was the fauna and flora. For François, it was the inner lives of animals where he expressed his curiosity through abstract but practical creations. You will discover this nature influence in their pieces such as sculptures, furniture, and some jewelry, all in the display.

David Hockney at Pace Gallery in East Hampton

Design David Hockney |Photo: Richard Schmidt / Courtesy of Pace Gallery
Design David Hockney |Photo: Richard Schmidt / Courtesy of Pace Gallery

Color and joy. Two words can be used to describe this artist. English Painter David H. brought another vision of Normandy to life through enchanting painted scenes. Head out to Pace Gallery and don’t miss the chance to see this masterpiece.

Charlotte Perriand at the Design Museum in London

Design Charlotte Perriand | Photo: © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020
Design Charlotte Perriand | Photo: © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020

Charlotte was a pioneering French architect and designer that loved and was moved by functional design. You can see some of her work at the Design Museum in London and be fascinated by the way she recreates interiors.

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“Éternel” at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York

Design Vincenzo De Cottis
Design Vincenzo De Cottis

Vincenzo De Cottis has a passion for weathered materials. For this exhibition, Vincenzo experimented for the first time with iridescent cast aluminum tables, seating, lighting, and cabinets. He was very inspired by Japanese temples and gardens when he implemented his techniques.

You can read the full article at AD USA.

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