STANFORD: Second Sunday

Creativity on the Line + Second Sunday + a touch of Miró = Happy Mother’s Day!

Cantor Arts Center and Stanford faculty collaborate to transform galleries


…Picasso had been an inspiration and mentor to Miró. How did the two men meet?

Through their mothers and cake.

Creativity on the Line: Design for the Corporate World, 1950–1975

This groundbreaking exhibition presents a fascinating new perspective on the creation and production of mid-century design by such major American figures as Eliot Noyes and Paul Rand (for IBM and Westinghouse), Charles and Ray Eames and George Nelson (for Herman Miller), Ivan Chermayeff (for Mobil Oil), and Will Burtin (for Upjohn). Also included are a number of major European producers of well-designed objects, such as Ettore Sottsass and Marcello Nizzoli (for Olivetti), and Dieter Rams (for Braun).

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