Currently showing


  • Alessandro Diaz de Santillana, Untitled, mudac, 2011

    Credit: Arnaud Conne
     

  • Studio Job, Mae West, 2010

    Credit: Arnaud Conne
     

  • Fred Fischer, Egomorphisme 7, 2007-2008

    Credit: Marie Humair
     

  • Sano Takeshi, Tower of Hope, 2010

    Credit: Arnaud Conne
     

  • Jaime Hayon
    Science Vase 2, 2009
    Blown glass, 55 x 35 cm
    Acquisition 2010
     

  • Matali Crasset
    Bouteille à la croix, 2008
    Blown glass, 32 x 7.5 cm
    Acquisition 2010

    Credit: Marie Humair
     

From December 11, 2013
to November 16, 2014

Living Glass
Recent acquisitions by the glass art collection

Mudac's latest contemporary glass art exhibition, Living Glass, presents a broad selection of works and installations by today's glass creators of many nationalities-Swiss, European, American and Asian. Bearing witness to the very idea of glass art, pieces ranging from sculpture to edition design all translate the museum conservation team's open and ongoing approach, as assisted and supported by the Collection's patron.

Published jointly by La Bibliothèque des Arts and the mudac, a richly illustrated and trilingual (fr/en/de) publication, Le verre vivant [Living Glass] accompanies this exhibition.

Upcoming tours and lectures:

Laura Couto Rosado, artist participating in the exhibition
Thursday 24 April 2014 at 18.00

Guided tour with Justine Ciana, art historian
Saturday 14 June 2014 at 15.00


  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

  • Exhibition view at MOTI – Museum Of The Image, Breda, NL, 2012

    Credit: MOTI
     

From March 7, 2014
to June 9, 2014

Couture Graphique

Couture Graphique is the first exhibition to explore the relationship between fashion and graphic design. It underlines an interesting phenomenon that until now has attracted relatively little interest: the use of fashion clothing and accessories as a means of communication in their own right.
The link between graphic design and fashion emerged in the 1920s and the connection was further strengthened by the top couture houses, who began to treat their brand and their visual identity as fashion products in themselves.

The exhibition was designed for the MOTI – Museum of the Image, in Breda (Netherlands) by José van Teunissen, a professor of fashion theory at Arnhem and the University of the Arts in London. A specially adapted version of the exhibition is presented at the mudac with a new section, created by the mudac, presenting a selection of work by young stylists from the art and design institutes of Basel and Geneva.