Host with the MOST
The goal this year is to head out to Milan to take part of a first. The event is called MOST also know as the Museum of Science and Technology Tom Dixon, a world renowned industrial designer from Tunisia, has instigated the transformation of the National Museum of Science and Technology Milan into a meeting place for design and fashion innovation. From April 17 to 22, Milan serves as a stage for groundbreaking designers, companies, publishers and curators to gather and discuss the future of global design.
Tom Dixon explains, “In a fit for spontaneous madness, we decided that the world’s most important meeting place for global design obsessives needed a new epicenter—a space for quite contemplation or chaotic energy—a platform for the exchange of big ideas. So we cooked up the idea to share one of the best kept secrets of Milan—The National Museum of Science and Technology… We have created a place where we can demonstrate the new democratization and hyperactive innovation of technology in art, food, fashion, manufacturing and communication.”
MOST is a national landmark that embodies the three guiding principles of the event—culture, creativity and entertainment. The 16th Century monastery will be transformed into a stage for an exchange of new and world-changing ideas.
As part of the event, Milan’s publishing maven Martina Mondadori will hold discussions and lectures with TAR Magazine. High profile industry leaders and global designers will participate in these activities.
TAR Magazine is published twice yearly. It focuses on art and aesthetic while constantly speaking with a socially responsible voice. Readers of the magazine are profiled as individuals who are educated, well-traveled, fashionable and citizens of the world.
TAR is anything but mainstream and has on it’s editorial team the most influential and prolific publishing creatives like Bill Powers (of Purple), Emma Reeves (Another) and Neville Wakefield. It’s exclusive roster of contributors include Julian Schnabel, Juergen Teller, David Sherry, Richard Prince, former Imitation of Christ designer Matt Damhave.