1945 - 2000 Design in ItalyOctober 22, 2002-January 7, 2003
Location: Palevsky Design Pavilion
Curator: Alex Ward
100 Objects from the Permanent Collection of the Milan Triennale A traveling exhibition tracing the evolution of Italian product design from the end of the Second World War until today. The quality and originality of these products, with their unique marriage of aesthetics and technology, has placed Italy at the forefront of European design. On show are such classics as the Vespa and Lambretta motor scooters, Valentine typewriter, Grillo telephone, Blow chair, and Tizio lamp. In cooperation with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Tel Aviv.