SINGAPORE (Jan 17): Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street from May 6, 2020
A footwear phenomenon in recent years, sneakers will take centre stage at the Design Museum in London with a show that explores
the many aspects of today’s must-have shoes. The Design Museum, London, United Kingdom. 

Prada: Front and Back Sept 2020
This exhibition at the Design Museum will offer an unprecedented look at the creative processes, inspirations and iconic collaborations of Italian icon Miuccia Prada’s venerable Italian fashion house. The Design Museum, London, United Kingdom Loewe Foundation Craft Prize from May 21 to July 12, 2020 The Craft Prize was created in 2016 by Jonathan Anderson, creative director of the Spanish luxury brand Loewe, and rewards creative excellence by highlighting the connection between craft and contemporary culture. This year, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs will showcase works by the finalists in competition for the 2020 prize. Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France

Loewe Foundation Craft Prize from May 21 to July 12, 2020
The Craft Prize was created in 2016 by Jonathan Anderson, creative director of the Spanish luxury brand Loewe, and rewards creative excellence by highlighting the connection between craft and contemporary culture. This year, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs will showcase works by the finalists in competition for the 2020 prize. Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France

Luxes from April 23 to Aug 16, 2020
Presented last year at the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the exhibition “Luxes” is coming to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. The show explores the notion of luxury with a collection of 100 pieces that extends from the marchands- merciers in the 1700s and 1800s to the extravagant designs of luxury houses in the early 21st century. Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, France

Home Stories: 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors from Feb 8 to Aug 23, 2020
Interiors are expressions of our way of living. With “Home Stories: 100 Years, 20 Visionary Interiors”, the Vitra Design Museum will take a step back in time to tell the story of how private interiors have evolved over the past century. The exhibition will focus on 20 iconic interiors by architects like Lina Bo Bardi and Josef Frank to artists like Andy Warhol, Roland Penrose and Lee Miller as well as interior designers such as Elsie de Wolfe and Cecil Beaton, highlighting the important societal, political, urban and technical aspects that have shaped Western interiors. Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany

Gae Aulenti: A Creative Universe from Feb 29 to Jun 28, 2020
Known for redesigning a Parisian train station into the Musée d’Orsay museum, Italian architect Gae Aulenti was also one of the few women who achieved renown in the postwar world of Italian design and architecture. The Vitra Design Museum pays homage to Aulenti with an exhibition that looks back on her prolific, multifaceted career. Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany

Salvador Dalí. Magic Art from Feb 28 to March 25, 2020
This will be the largest exhibition dedicated to the Spanish master ever held in Russia, where his work was banned during the Soviet era.

The presentation, to be held at the Manege Central Exhibition Hall, will feature more than 180 artworks - consisting of paintings, drawings and engravings - loaned by the Gala Salvador Dalí Foundation and Spain’s Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Other pieces will come from private European collections.

This display will follow Dalí’s development as a painter, allowing Russian visitors to discover every stage of his creative journey from his youth in the 1910s to his final works in the 1980s.

His Surrealist and Nuclear Mystical periods are of particular significance in the development of his inimitable signature style, as masterpieces like “The Invisible Man” and “Uranium and Atomica Melancholica Idyll” testify.

Also included in “Salvador Dalí. Magic Art” is “Soft Self-Portrait with Grilled Bacon,” which will be on show for the first time in Russia.

This painting shows the artist’s desire “to rid myself of my own skin, that initial skin of my formless and revolutionary life,” also reflecting his search for new
meaning for his art in the ideals of the Renaissance.

Another highlight is the stereoscopic diptych “Dalí Seen from the Back Painting Gala from the Back Eternalized by Six Virtual Corneas Provisionally Reflected by Six Real Mirrors,” a demonstration of the painter’s interest for science and technology.

“Salvador Dalí. Magic Art” will also include a section focusing on Dalí’s Russian- born wife and muse, Gala, which the artist notably depicts as the Virgin Mary in his 1949 “The Madonna of Port Lligat.”

“Dalí was a man infinitely in love with art, his wife Gala, and himself; a person who longed for the immortality of everything he loved. These experiments are reflected in Dalí’s paintings, which are equally drawn to the past of human culture and its future,” Vladimir Voronchenko, who organized the show as Chairman of The Link of Times Foundation and Director of Fabergé Museum, said in a statement.
Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow, Russia