The SS15 collection “The Tournament” is a visualization of the Queen of Hearts croquet tournament in Lewis Carrolls “Alice in Wonderland”. In this spectacular universe you’ll meet croquet players, flamingos, spectators and of course the Queen of Hearts.
The book includes an introduction by Jack Rutberg and writings from 16 separate publications plus an audio CD of the historic first interview with Jerome and Joel-Peter Witkin, broadcast on Public Radio, recorded on the opening day of this historic exhibition.
As the first Dutch artist to do so, Marga Weimans graduated from the prestigious fashion course at the Royal Academy for Fine Art in Antwerp in 2005. Last year she showed her characteristic designs in several museums and on the catwalk of the Amsterdam Fashion Week.
The role of underwear in fashion is pivotal. It is also important for cultural and social historians, to whom it provides a symbol of changing social mores and attitudes to morality, sex, beauty and gender.
I AM A DROP IN THE OCEAN: ART OF THE UKRANIAN REVOLUTION
The title of the exhibition refers to one of the slogans of the Ukrainian revolution. Its message is that no single person is enough to change the system; however, a determined collaboration of individuals guarantees an effective impact on the course of events.
SONIA SZÓSTAK:" LONGBOARDS, TATTOS AND A JOURNEY TO MARS"
Just a few days before the official start of the European Month of Photography, Berlin’s newest concept store for art and design, NO WÓDKA, opens on 11 October 2014 the solo exhibition of Polish photographer Sonia Szóstak.
Derek Ridgers’ new photography book, Skinheads, is a unique time capsule, featuring over 100 photographs taken between 1979 and 1984. Shot in London and some classic British seaside resorts, these striking photos capture an era that long ago vanished, along with the controversial youth cult it inspired.
"Kimono for a Modern Age" features more than thirty captivating examples from LACMA’s permanent collection exhibited for the first time, exploring the evolution of the kimono for everyday 20th-century life.
Russian influence on the style of Vogue, on the history of the world’s fashion and on the development of photography and graphic design is huge. For more than a century of the magazine’s history, thousands of Russian faces and Russian names have been published on the pages of Vogue’s international editions.
Besides contemporary footwear fashion, the Museum exhibits the shoes premiered with Footwear Fashion Future, an international prize for upcoming designers awarded at the International Shoe Fair in Düsseldorf.
Tiane Doan na Champassak worked on anonymous photographs he found posted on the blogs and websites of the Indian subcontinent’s exhibitionists and swingers. He collected the images posted by men in which we see their wives or partners exposed but in which the men took great care to cover up with Photoshop any clues as to their own identity.
Jack Rutberg Fine Arts in Los Angeles presents an historic first in its exhibition entitled “Twin Visions: Jerome Witkin & Joel-Peter Witkin,” uniting for the first time the two internationally celebrated artists – identical twins – in this exhibition.
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