Belgrade Design Week: picture preview
Friday 20 May 2011
The 6th Belgrade Design Week opens on Monday and runs throughout next week, seeking to bring “the leading global creative-thinkers of the 21st Century” under one roof.
A key part of the line-up is a three-day educational conference, this year under the name FUTURE², which will focus on scenarios for future design needs.Delegates will see the latest global developments from the creative industries and big names from all platforms of design, from architecture to product design, will present their visions of the future.
Israeli designer Arik Levy, Spanish artist Javier Mariscal, German furniture designer Stefan Diez and English graphic designer Neville Brody will be among 50 creatives whose work will be presented during BDW.
The world’s largest independent advertising agency Mother London, global-reaching contemporary digital art, film and design organization Onedotzero and a virtual concert and lecture by Dieter Meier and Yello will also feature.The sixth traditional Belgrade Design Week will be partnering this year with the "Belgrade 2020" project, which focuses on the capital of Serbia's candidacy for the title of European Capital of Culture in 2020.
Belgrade Design Week is from 23-28 May, for more information visit www.belgradedesignweek.com
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