Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
September 16, 2013: The Opening of Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.
This is the first major exhibition to explore the global circulation of design through the trading of textiles from the 16th to the early 19th century through the medium of textiles. This exhibition features 134 works in order to tell the visual history of design, exploring the interrelationship of textiles, commerce, and taste.
September 18, 2013: The Opening of Farandole: Perspectives on Western Metis Culture at the Textile Museum of Canada.
This show, a combination of textile art, fashion and art installation, promises to be a visual feast — combining the couture garments crafted by French fashion designer and embroiderer Pascal Jaouen adjacent to a room-sized embroidered textile installation by Franco-Manitoban visual artist Colette Balcaen.
September 20-21, 2013: Uncommon Beauty, The CSA Mid-west Conference in Chicago.
At this annual conference of the mid-west section of the Costume Society of America, I will present “Memories of a Dress“.
September 25, 2013: David Bowie at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto.
On its first stop on its world tour, this exhibition from the Victoria and Albert Museum celebrates the David Bowie’s collaborations in the fields of fashion, sound, theatre, art and film. presenting more than 50 stage costumes plus music videos, set designs, photographs and excerpts from films and live performances. Organized thematically, the show immerses visitors in a spectacular and interactive trip through Bowie’s numerous personae and legendary performances, with particular attention paid to his artistic influences. (And of course, if you have not seen it yet, combine your visit with a tour of Ai Weiwei: According to What? also at the AGO).
September 28, 2013: Alaia at the Palais Galliera, Musee de la Mode de la Ville de Paris.
After being closed for several years, curator Olivier Saillard will reopen the newly renovated galleries of the Palais Galliera with a retrospective of the work of designer Azzedine Alaia. On display will be 70 garments tracing the trajectory of the designer’s career set amongst a scenography by designer Martin Szekely. Alaia is known for his highly sculptured dresses that hug every curve, articulated through his mastery of cut.
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