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  • Hassan Kahn, The Knot, 2012

    Hassan Kahn, The Knot, 2012

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Katharine Coleman, Broken China Bowls, 2013

    Katharine Coleman, Broken China Bowls, 2013

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Hrrein Fridfinnsson, Cast, 2012

    Hrrein Fridfinnsson, Cast, 2012

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Yoichi Ohira, Cristallo Sommerso N°60 – Scolpito, 2008

    Yoichi Ohira, Cristallo Sommerso N°60 – Scolpito, 2008

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Daniela Schönbächler, Kubus,  2013

    Daniela Schönbächler, Kubus, 2013

    Credit: Daniela Schönbächler
     
  • Ann Wolff, The Mold, 2013

    Ann Wolff, The Mold, 2013

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Studio Formafantasma, Mar Gh’era, from the project Drawing Glass, FABRICA, 2013

    Studio Formafantasma, Mar Gh’era, from the project Drawing Glass, FABRICA, 2013

    Credit: Marco Zanin / FABRICA
     
  • Tomas Libertiny, The Seed of Narcissus, 2011

    Tomas Libertiny, The Seed of Narcissus, 2011

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Simon Klenell, Frigger Tactics, 2011

    Simon Klenell, Frigger Tactics, 2011

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     

From March 18, 2015
to November 1, 2015

Living Glass II

Thanks to the generosity of our patron, whose family started the mudac's collection of glass art in 1970, our holdings have expanded considerably in recent years. Exploring the paths of contemporary design in all their diversity, these new works reflect the most recent developments in the use of glass.

The second part of Living Glass presents a broad selection of works acquired between 2012 and 2014. Of particular note are the spectacular sculpture by Tomáš Libertíny, a fusion of the creative powers of humans and bees, works by the artist Hassan Kahn and the Nendo design workshop, six works selected for the European Coburger Glaspreis 2013 award and a selection of works by the young designers of Fabrica in Treviso.

  • Mark Formanek, Standard Time, video, 2007

    Mark Formanek, Standard Time, video, 2007

    Credit: Mark Formanek
     
  • Wendy Gaze and Arnaud Imobersteg, Semaphore, 2013

    Wendy Gaze and Arnaud Imobersteg, Semaphore, 2013

    Credit: Sandra Pointet - HEAD
     
  • Hublot, MP-05 "La Ferrari", 2013

    Hublot, MP-05 "La Ferrari", 2013

    Credit: Hublot
     
  • Michael Sans, Cuckoo Clock, 2008

    Michael Sans, Cuckoo Clock, 2008

    Credit: Michael Sans
     
  • Dongjin Byeon, Daily Life Wall Clock, 2011

    Dongjin Byeon, Daily Life Wall Clock, 2011

    Credit: Dongjin Byeon
     
  • Valentin Carron, Orologio, 2006

    Valentin Carron, Orologio, 2006
     
  • Piaget

    Piaget

    Credit: Fabien Cruchon
     
  • Siren Elise Wilhelmsen, 365 Knitting Clock, 2010

    Siren Elise Wilhelmsen, 365 Knitting Clock, 2010

    Credit: Siren Elise Wilhelmsen
     
  • Seraina Lareida, ARA, 2014

    Seraina Lareida, ARA, 2014

    Credit: Cédric Widmer
     
  • Maarten Baas, Grandfather Clock, 2013

    Maarten Baas, Grandfather Clock, 2013

    Credit: Maarten Baas
     
  • Thorunn Arnadottir, Sasa Clock, 2011

    Thorunn Arnadottir, Sasa Clock, 2011

    Credit: Thorunn Arnadottir
     
  • Cartier, Eric Sauvage, Collection Cartier

    Cartier, Eric Sauvage, Collection Cartier

    Credit: Cartier
     
  • Humans since 1982, The Clock Clock White, 2010

    Humans since 1982, The Clock Clock White, 2010

    Credit: Humans since 1982
     
  • Nazar Sigaher, Frame, 2009

    Nazar Sigaher, Frame, 2009

    Credit: Nazar Sigaher
     

From May 27, 2015
to September 27, 2015

Telling Time

The vocabulary of watchmaking uses poetic and evocative language to express the plethora of ways employed through the centuries to display the time - how about wandering hours, mysterious time, digital time, hands in the air or singing hours? Telling Time juxtaposes historic pieces and works by contemporary artists and designers, which all share the same desire to tell the time. The more recent creations often build upon and adapt the inventive¬ness of watchmakers of yesteryear. Each of these domains - watchmaking, art and design - brings its own particular resonance, its own poetry and aesthetic language ...
Events and guided tours:Round table discussion about our relationship to time, Thursday 25 June at 18.00Round table discussion about the future of the watch, Thursday 27 August at 18.00Design trip and tour of a watchmaking factory, Wednesday 9 SeptemberGuided tours: 30 May at 14.00, 23 June at 12.15, 27 June at 16.00, 2 July at 18.00, 5 September at 16.00 Le Centre d'art contemporain Yverdon-les-Bains presents the parallel exhibition L'heure qu'il est from 29 August to 1 November 2015.
  • Solar Ride, 1975, silkscreen, 66 x 66 cm (Gottlieb)

    Solar Ride, 1975, silkscreen, 66 x 66 cm (Gottlieb)

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Doug Watson, Barracora, 1981, silkscreen print, 73 x 65 cm (Williams)

    Doug Watson, Barracora, 1981, silkscreen print, 73 x 65 cm (Williams)

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     
  • Chance, 1978, silkscreen printing, 69 x 66 cm (Playmatic)

    Chance, 1978, silkscreen printing, 69 x 66 cm (Playmatic)

    Credit: Atelier de numérisation de la Ville de Lausanne
     

From June 5, 2015
to December 31, 2015

Extra Ball

Le mudac présente une sélection de 18 vitres de flipper datant des années 1950 à 1980, récemment déposées au mudac par le collectionneur Pierre Gonset.

Témoignages populaires des goûts et des événements de leur temps, elles représentent de véritables joyaux graphiques, où illustrations et typographies relfètent les styles de l'époque. Du groupe de rock Kiss aux personnages de la célèbre série Star Trek, les vitres font allusion aux actualités musicales, télévisées et cinématographiques de leur ...