The everyday life of the house is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for children’s games. With dolls, dollhouses, and toy stoves, furniture and tableware, children make up stories and re-enact the household activities of adults. More than 100 years ago these kinds of toys were reserved for girls from the wealthy classes. The exhibition Little Life takes the visitor into a wonderful miniature world, which beautifully represents the domestic life of the middle class of the 19th and early 20th century.
Graphic Design for the exhibition — Curator: Linda Wullus — Client: Art & History Museum — Exhibition Design: Laurent Fabri — Photography: Christian Aschman