Berlin exhibition dedicated to Ken Adam's designs opens in December
The Deutsche Kinemathek, museum for film and television, are hosting a new exhibition dedicated to the work of legendary 007 production designer Ken Adam.
The museum, as old as the screen incarnation of Bond himself, brings together the visual cultures of film and television and sheds light on the past and current history of both media.
In 2012, Adam gave his entire artistic Åuvre to the Deutsche Kinemathek, including more than 4000 drawings. The forthcoming exhibition takes a new look at the work of this unusual artist and designer, while also allowing Ken Adamâs creative process to come to life through multimedia presentations.
The exhibition opens on 11th December 2014 and runs until 17th May 201.
Potsdamer StraÃe 2
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