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Lecture: Georg Jensen: Scandinavian Design for Living

August 9, 2018
Morton Auditorium
Free with museum admission

Explore the first major exhibition featuring products for the home designed by Georg Jensen (1866-1935) and the team of designers who worked with his influential company. Curator Alison Fisher traces the evolution of the company as it established a unique aesthetic and tradition of craftsmanship, and celebrates Jensen’s impact on emerging consumer markets, design culture, and museum collections. 

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Harald Nielsen. Pitcher, model 606, designed 1930, produced 1930–32. Promised gift from a private collection.