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Modernism Museum Mount Dora has opened its newest exhibit with the definitive collection including objects from the estate of David Bowie. Space Oddities Bowie|Sottsass|Memphis includes over 75 items on display, many from Bowie's private collection and features the most radical design groups of all time, Memphis. You won't want to miss this exciting exhibit as it is a fabulous opportunity to see Memphis as it should have been seen - in profusion - and to experience the private world of a pop visionary.

You'll want to continue your Memphis experience as you enjoy cuisine inspired by the exhibition at Modernism Museum's Award-winning restaurant 1921 by Norman Van Aken, where dishes inspired by Bowie's music will be available throughout the run of the show. You will also find Memphis inspired jewelry and other unique objects at Modernism Museum Shoppe across the street.

This amazing exhibit has generated quite a buzz in the art world, and we are so proud to sponsor this outstanding exhibit, showcasing the popular design craze of the 80s.

 

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Presented by Main Street Leasing, Modernism Museum Mount Dora boasts a unique and expansive collection of Modernist art by some of the most iconic and significant American masters of the craft. The new exhibit “esherick to NAKASHIMA” opened October 3 for public admission.

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