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“Shifting Objectives : Design from the M+ Collection” – exhibition & members-only preview

November 23, 2016

At the end of this month, M+’s debut design exhibition Shifting Objectives: Design from the M+ Collection opens at the M+ Pavilion. Featuring more than 120 key objects and works dating from the 1930s until now – including mid-twentieth century Japanese furniture, familiar products from Hong Kong’s manufacturing heyday, drones, ‘copied’ goods, and digitally-enabled and open-source practices – this groundbreaking show illustrates how design philosophy and practice has changed from the post-Second World War period until now. The exhibition explores the concepts and frameworks that have shaped and broadened our understanding of design and gives a glimpse of the growing M+ design collection, the first of its kind in Asia and a core pillar of the M+ collection. For more information please visit www.westkowloon.hk/en/shiftingobjectives

Date: 30 November 2016 to 5 February, 2017*
Time: 11am–6pm, Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays
Venue: M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District
* Please note that on 25 December, 2016, 1 January, 28 January and 29 January, 2017, the exhibition will be closed.

On 28 November, M+ will hold a members-only exhibition preview and welcome cocktail party for members of “M+ Pioneers”, the new M+ membership scheme. If you would like to attend this or other members-only events, please visit our website and register as an M+ Pioneer. Membership costs just HK$500 and is valid from now until 31 December 2017. To know more about the membership scheme: www.westkowloon.hk/en/mplus/m-pioneers

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