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Schuhstories

Schuhstories

Iphofen (D) > bis 8.11.2020

Schon die Gebrüder Grimm sammelten Erzählungen und Geschichten über Schuhe. Von Aschenputtel über den Gestiefelten Kater bis hin zu den Zertanzten Schuhen zeigt sich eine ganze Bandbreite an Schuh-Märchen. Die Bedeutungen, die den jeweiligen Schuhen zugesprochen werden, sind vielseitig. Ebenso verhält es sich mit den Schuhen in unserem Alltag. Die Sonderausstellung „Schuh-Stories“ erzählt eben diese. Schuhe stehen hier nicht bloß allein im Mittelpunkt. Besonderheit erlangen sie durch ihre Geschichte. Unterwegs im Knauf-Museum können so Schuhgeschichten aus unterschiedlichen Zeiten und von verschiedenen Orten entdeckt werden. Was hat es bspw. mit den vielen Nägeln an römischen Sandalen auf sich? Wie sehen eigentlich die Schuhe von Boris Becker aus, die er bei einem seiner Siege in Wimbledon trug? Und welches Geheimnis verbirgt sich hinter japanischen Holzsandalen, auch Geta genannt? Neben den individuellen Geschichten gibt die Ausstellung auch einen Einblick in die gesellschaftliche Bedeutung von Schuhen. So sind nicht nur Kleider ein Zeichen von Ansehen und Macht. Auch Schuhe sind Kennzeichen für bestimmte Gruppen, Vereine, Tätigkeiten oder gar politische Positionen. Sich selbige leisten zu können, war und ist keine Selbstverständlichkeit. Dies wird in der Sonderausstellung nicht zuletzt auch durch einen Blick auf die Schuhherstellung verdeutlicht.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Knauf-Museum Iphofen
Am Marktplatz
97343 Iphofen
Deutschland

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Kollektion Europa

Kollektion Europa

Etsdorf (D) > 09.05. - 30.09.2020

Fahnen der 47 Länder des Subkontinents Europa werden auseinandergenommen, vermischt, zusammengesetzt und recodiert.

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Veranstalter/Ort
TEMPEL MUSEUM
Rangersgaß 21
92272 Etsdorf
Gemeinde Freudenberg
Deutschland

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Gorl – Handarbeitsschätze aus Ur-Großmutters Zeiten

Gorl – Handarbeitsschätze aus Ur-Großmutters Zeiten

Zwönitz (D) > 21.03. - 30.05.2020
ABGESAGT! Ab sofort virtuelle Ausstellung!

 "Vor dem Vergessen bewahrt..." bezaubernde Exponate der  Gorl-Näherei werden ganz passend in den Räumen der Raritäensammlung "BRUNO GEBHARDT" präsentiert. Virtuelle Sonderausstellung Gorl-Arbeiten aus dem Erzgebirge: Da die Museen derzeit geschlossen sind, zeige ich meine aktuelle Sonderausstellung in den Gebhardtschen Sammlungen.
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Veranstalter/ Ort
Raritäensammlung Bruno Gebhardt
Villa Austel
Rathausstr. 14
08297 Zwönitz
Deutschland

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The Cloth that Changed the World: India's Painted and Printe...

The Cloth that Changed the World: India's Painted and Printed Cottons

Toronto (CA) > 04.04. - 27.09.2020

Made with novel cotton, vivid colors and exuberant design, the painted and printed cottons of India changed human history; they revolutionized art, fashion and science wherever they went around the globe. Featuring pieces from the Museum’s world-renowned collection, this ROM original exhibition explores how over thousands of years India’s artisans have created, perfected and innovated these printed and painted multicolored cotton fabrics to fashion the body, honor divinities, and beautify palaces and homes. Presenting the fascinating stories behind the people who made, commissioned, shipped, sold and ultimately used these pieces, The Cloth that Changed the World considers India’s textile innovations and their influences on art, trade and industry around the world in places as far as Cairo, Japan, Sumatra, London, and Montreal. They were the luxury fabric of their day, coveted by all, and one of the great inventions that drew foreigners to India’s shores hungry for more. Discover how through trade-routes, encounters, and exchange, these cloths connected cultures and, quite literally, changed the world.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queens Park
Toronto, Ontario
Canada

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Seven Boroughs

Seven Boroughs

Krefeld (D) > 01.04. - 29.6. 2020
Eröffnung: 18.04.2020, 18.00 Uhr

Zeichnungen von Rainer Stolle >, Multi-Media Künstler und Mitglied im netzwerk mode textil e. V. , 1. April  bis 29. Juni 2020 in Krefeld.

Ort:
Restaurant An-Go-Lo
Angerhausenstraße 11-13
47798 Krefeld
Deutschland

 

Alaïa - Adrian: Masters of Cut

Alaïa - Adrian: Masters of Cut

Atlanta (USA) > bis 13.09.2020

Masters of Cut brings together sleek designs and impeccably tailored looks by beloved designers Azzedine Alaïa (1935–2017) and Gilbert Adrian (1903–1959). Garments on view display the intricate detailing of Adrian’s suits — the mitered stripes, clever seaming, and unexpected appliqués — in dialogue with Alaïa’s body-celebrating designs. Pairing their work, the exhibition reveals the designers’ intertwined and enduring legacies. Alaïa was a consummate collector of Adrian’s work, reveling in the designer’s fit, form, and proportion. The Adrian garments on view are held by the Association Azzedine Alaïa, Paris, and presented in partnership with SCAD FASH. In addition to tailored looks from both designers, Masters of Cut features a selection of Alaïa’s career-defining gowns worn by fashion icons like Grace Jones. SCAD FASH is honored to host the designer’s first posthumous U.S. museum exhibition, nearly 20 years after his last stateside show.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
SCAD FASH
Museum of Fashion + Film
1600 Peachtree St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
USA

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Studio 54: Night Magic

Studio 54: Night Magic

New York (USA) > 13.03. - 05.07.2020

Studio 54: Night Magic traces the radiant history, social politics, and trailblazing aesthetics of the most iconic nightclub of all time. Behind the velvet rope, partygoers of all backgrounds and lifestyles could come together for nights of music, dazzling lights, and the popular song and dance “The Hustle.” Following the Vietnam War, and amid the nationwide Civil Rights Movement and fights for LGBTQ+ and women’s rights, a nearly bankrupted New York City hungered for social and creative transformation as well as a sense of joyous celebration after years of protest and upheaval. Low rents attracted a diversity of artists, fashion designers, writers, and musicians, catalyzing the invention of new art forms, including musical genres such as punk, hip-hop, and disco. In a rare societal shift, people from different sexual, sociopolitical, and financial strata intermingled freely in the after-hours nightclubs of New York City. No place exemplified this more than Studio 54. Organized chronologically, Studio 54: Night Magic uses photography, fashion, drawing, and film, as well as never-before-exhibited costume illustrations, set proposals, and designs, to place the nightclub within the wider history of New York, from Prohibition through the 1970s. Blueprints and architecture models illustrate the club’s innovative development and creation, while documentation of extravagant theme parties traces its thirty-three month run. The exhibition continues through the years after the nightclub’s closure, showing the ongoing influence of Studio 54 aesthetics.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052
USA

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Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street

London (GB) > ab 06.05.2020

Know your Air Jordans from your Air Force 1s? Step up and discover the footwear phenomenon that has challenged performance design, inspired new subcultures and shaken the world of fashion. Cult classics, limited edition silhouettes and rare colourways are put under the spotlight. Go behind the scenes and explore the design processes for the most innovative kicks from self-lacing to 3D printed, 100% recyclable or cushioned with air bubbles. Sneaker design has sparked a dedicated group of 'sneakerheads' all over the world, produced a reselling market worth $2 billion and revolutionised our relationship with sportswear. Uncover style icons and brand collaborations that have shaped the sneaker scene including models by Nike, Adidas, Puma, Colette and Comme des Garçons as well as new releases such as the MSCHF Studio's 'Jesus Shoes'.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
The Design Museum
224-238 Kensington High Street
London W8 6AG
GB

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Christian Louboutin : L'Exhibition

Christian Louboutin : L'Exhibition[nist]

Paris (F) > 26.02. - 26.07.2020

From 26 February 2020, the Palais de la Porte Dorée will present a major exhibition devoted to the work and creativity of Christian Louboutin, the internationally renowned footwear designer and key figure in the fashion world. Designed as an invitation to discover Christian Louboutin’s rich universe, the exhibition will explore every facet of his multi-referential work, in an institution that has played an important role in inspiring his vocation. From the beginning, Christian Louboutin infused his designs with a great wealth of motifs and colours inspired by his love of art and different cultures. Flamboyant, daring, open to the world, generous and at times caustic, the designer’s creativity is informed by a passion for travel and references from the worlds of pop culture, theatre, dance, literature and cinema.

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Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

Veranstalter/ Ort
Palais de la Porte Dorée
293, avenue Daumesnil
75012 Paris
Frankreich

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The Art and Design of Spider Silk

The Art and Design of Spider Silk

Providence (USA) > 27.09.2019 - 19.04.2020

This show explores the capabilities of spiders and how they have inspired and enchanted a host of engineers, artists, and designers looking to reimagine the tensile strength, luster, and beauty of spiderwebs. Sustainable design practices and cutting-edge uses of spider silk are surveyed across contemporary projects highlighted by a debut of shawls by the design firm Godley & Peers that were entirely created from silk produced in Madagascar by golden orb spiders (Nephila madagascariensis). Work made by the British label Strumpet & Pink from cotton and Microsilk© yarn newly developed by the American company Bolt Threads makes its premiere. Further loans include contemporary menswear by the international skate and streetwear company Supreme that gives new life and meaning to the acrobatic fashions of Spiderman. RISD Museum collection items range from garments by designers Sruli Recht and Raf Simons to photography by Sally Gall to 19th-century prints by Utagawa Hiroshige.

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Veranstalter/ Ort
Rhode Island School of Design Museum
20 N Main St,
Providence, RI 02903
USA

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