5 Dec-10 Mar. Triennale Design Museum displays Kama, an exhibition to discover the deep and controversial relationship between eros, sex and design.
This provocative collective exhibition is inspired by the Indian god of sexual pleasure, carnal love and desire. Through a series of archaeological findings, such as Etruscan vases and Roman amulets, as well as drawings, photographs, design objects and site specific works by contemporary international artists, it explores some topics, which are still considered tabu. This exhibition is forbidden to a public younger than 18 years.
Tue-Sun 10.30-20.30, Thurs 10.30-23.00.