Lecture by Elizabeth Topso (Denmark): Exhibition Design as Dramaturgy for the Museum Automatic translate
Lecture by designer Elizabeth Topsø (Denmark) / Exhibition design as dramaturgy for the museum / December 12, 2014 at 15:00 / State Hermitage, General Headquarters, Lecture Hall / Palace Square, 6/8
Elizabeth Topsø graduated from the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Department of Architecture), works as an exhibition designer and stage designer for the Danish Public Television DR, the Royal Danish Theater and others, has extensive experience in the design of exhibitions and expositions.
Since 2000, Elizabeth Topso has been collaborating with museums in Denmark and other European countries. She is the author of the design of the exhibitions of Henri Matisse and Wilhelm Freddy at the Danish National Gallery, the exhibitions of Cezanne and Giacometti, as well as large-scale biographical exhibitions of world-famous architects Jorn Utzon and Arne Jacobsen in the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Denmark). Topso worked on the Matisse (Une seconde Vie) exhibition at the Luxembourg Museum in Paris and on a retrospective of the Swedish artist Siri Derkert at the Stockholm Museum of Modern Art Modern Museet.
Currently, Elizabeth Topsoс is developing a new design for the fashion and textile collection of the Danish Design Museum. She is also the curator of several exhibitions, among which it is worth noting the NEWAFRICA exhibition on contemporary African design, which was held in Copenhagen (Denmark), Oslo (Norway) and Washington (USA).
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Lectures are part of the St. Petersburg Biennale of Museum Design http://spbmuseumdesign.ru . Lectures will be held in English with simultaneous translation. Those wishing to receive headphones, please come in advance and have a document on bail.