IDA Foundation produces exhibition experiences, provides expert counsel, and loans material for curatorial projects.
The development of exhibitions in museums and cultural centers, both in Argentina and abroad, enables constant review of the collection from different perspectives. Besides organizing, whether partially or in its entirety, the exhibitions, the Foundation provides primary sources, bibliography, study material, and original pieces for cultural diffusion and valorization activities in interprovincial, national, and international displays. The showcased topics can refer specifically to design but they can also address the field as a complementary element within a complex context where different disciplines dialogue.
Some of the services provided by IDA are:
Integrated design: space planning, transportation experience, complementary content (print, digital, and educational additional material).
Installation and staging: spatial solutions, thematic infrastructure, creation of core topics, use of devices.
Curatorship: conceptual and thematic proposals aimed at creating exhibitions that showcase innovative and deeper approaches to emblematic topics.
Tours: development of exhibits planned to be transported, installed, and activated in special exhibition rooms and environments.
Cultural asset loans: available for temporary exhibits in the country or abroad. The Foundation's expeditious mechanism facilitates legal requirements (publication, exhibition, and author rights), as well as safety concerns (insurance, reports regarding the state of the assets, handling and installation handbooks). This service includes a document backup that enhances the reading and interpretation of each piece. Loans must be requested through the online format.
Image bank: archive consult or acquisition of images for exhibition should be petitioned through the online format..
IDA Foundation was one of the candidate organizations chosen to participate from the Dusting Off Archives initiative. Funded by the alliance between the Williams and Bunge Foundation and the Born Foundation, this financial support was created to aid institutions devoted to safeguard archival material in Argentina in the task of organizing and offering public access to their collections.
After four years of research, the Kirchner Cultural Center will host the first event of the series of exhibitions planned to legitimize and communicate the priceless work women have achieved in the field of Argentine design.
By the end of November, the exhibition “Sergio De Loof: Have you heard about me?” will open at the Modern Museum. This will be the first exhibit devoted to review the career of the artist, one of the most provocative and multifaceted Argentine creators.
–I–D–A Foundation will participate in one of the most important Latin American design festivals by interviewing Martín Churba and Bondi Group, who will share the ideas and experiences that constitute their respective projects.
Entitled “A Shape’s Distance”, the first retrospective exhibition of Fototrama system is currently in display at San Martín Theatre’s Photo-Gallery showing pieces of immense patrimonial value borrowed by IDA.
After touring through Mexico City and Barcelona, the exhibition about the Argentinian semiologist and researcher arrived to Remembrance Park in Buenos Aires, curated by Ana Longoni and produced by the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC) at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
IDA Foundation joined the Argentine Seal of Good Design (SBD) to incorporate a selection of all the products distinguished since its first edition, in 2011, to its patrimonial collection.
FALTA TEXTO TRADUCIDO Como parte de la celebración, Fundación IDA participó de la realización de dos piezas audiovisuales proyectadas en la sala interior y la cúpula exterior del Planetario.
FALTA TEXTO TRADUCIDO Con curaduría de Marina Baima y Wustavo Quiroga, la muestra recorre las diferentes caras de uno de los diseñadores más prolíficos del diseño argentino.
FALTA TEXTO TRADUCIDO La muestra, dedicada a los inicios de la música electrónica y concreta en la Argentina, propone diferentes recorridos y subraya la relación de la música con las artes visuales, el diseño, la industria y la academia.
The exhibition marked the beginning of a group research aimed at protecting, consolidating, and showcasing the original material held by the Industrial Design Institute (IDI). It took place at Rosario's Castagnino Museum as a part of the exhibition XII Salón Diario La Capital and enjoyed the support of the Diario La Capital Foundation.