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Ligne de Mire

With Ligne de Mire, Mudac focuses on the world of firearms, examining it through the lens of design and contemporary creation. The first exhibition of its kind in Switzerland, it addresses in a critical and targeted way our paradoxical relationship with these ambiguous objects that are both fascinating and repulsive, visceral and murderous.

As a

TED: Museum aan het Vrijthof

Museum aan het Vrijthof in Maastricht welcomes Ted Noten. With the oeuvre-exhibition ‘TED‘, the museum shows the versatility of the idiosyncratic artist. The exhibition, during and around the TEFAF art fair, takes place from March 1 to August 19, 2018.

TED gives the public the opportunity to take a tour

Challenging Jewellery

The Sandberg Institute is happy to announce a new Temporary Programme that will run from September 2018 until June 2020: Challenging Jewellery.

Challenging Jewellery focuses on building a persuasive collective. One that could be defined as both a corporate association and a movement, driven by a common interest in ‘team

Alles of Niets

Jurriaan van den Berg (1943-2016) built up his collection with the utmost care. He closely followed the development of a number of artists and collected early and recent work so he could visualise the artists’ development from his own collection. All of this was documented meticulously. Every single piece of jewellery was accompanied by a

Stedelijk Base

Ted’s Moscow necklace is on show as a part of the exhibition Stedelijk Base at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Stedelijk Base is a permanent installation of iconic works from the collection of the Stedelijk Museum. It occupies the entire new wing of the museum and features a selection of around 700 pieces grouped around

Dude Magazine

The 14th issue of DUDE Magazine includes an in-depth interview with Ted, critically reflecting upon his work field, art education and the Dutch cultural policies.

In stores now.

Prins Bernhard Cultuur Fonds Design Award 2017

Ted was commissioned to design the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Design Prijs 2017. The Award was presented to Piet Hein Eek for his contribution to design.

The award, a sword made of acrylic and 3d printed goldplated steel, is a playful reference to the wooden toy made by many kids in their youth. The symbol

Drawer’s Delight

Ornamentum Gallery is thrilled to present Ted Noten under the exhibition banner Drawer’s Delight – 3 decades of new and unearthed treasures.

Stunning new sculptures in acrylic; Noten’s iconic handbag forms and “Drawers” build narratives from the items encased within, together with wearable works from the artist’s personal collection- treasures spanning almost 30 years, unearthed

Paper Art

A selection of works from the Paper Replicas series are a part of the exhibition Paper Art at the CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands.

Sturdy and solid, tactile and dynamic, overwhelming and imposing, subtle and poignant. Paper is a relatively simple material, the endless possibilities and expressive power of which are shown by artists and

Medusa – Bijoux et Tabous

From May 19th to November 5th 2017 Ted’s Superbitch Bag will be shown as a part of the Exhibition Medusa- Bijoux et Tabous, at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.

The Medusa exhibition takes a modern look at objects that are a cross between adornment and sculpture and which fascinate artists as much