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There are always plenty of reasons to visit New York, and the exhibition “What Was Good Design? MoMA’s Message 1944-56” adds to the list.
Running until the end November at the Museum of Modern Art, the exhibition looks at the concept of “Good Design” and includes a selection of MoMA’s design collection that support the values of the concept. It includes design classics such as the Eames Chaise Longue pictured, along with everyday items such as Tupperware and a cheese slicer.
For full details visit the MoMA website.