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Walter Albini. the Talent,the Designer

Prato (I) > 23.03.2024 - 22.09.2024

With the great exhibition “Walter Albini. The talent, the designer” curated by Daniela Degl’Innocenti and Enrica Morini, from 23 March to 22 September 2024 the Museo del Tessuto di Prato Foundation pays tribute to the genius of the designer and absolute pioneer of Made in Italy, Walter Albini (1941-1983), just over 40 years from his untimely death. “Walter Albini. The talent, the designer” seeks to offer a reinterpretation of the entire professional career of a protagonist of Italian fashion between the late 1960s and early 1980s, created through extensive research carried out by the curators to outline a portrait of the designer who for many is almost unknown. For the first time, the exhibition combines graphic materials – drawings, sketches, designs, photographs, fashion magazines and archival documents – with many clothes, accessories and fabrics often never seen before and never exhibited, thus allowing to reconstruct Albini’s entire creative history, from his first experiences as an illustrator and fashion designer to the last collections of the 1980s. The project’s starting point was the Walter Albini Collection of Museo del Tessuto, acquired thanks to a large donation by Albini’s collaborator Paolo Rinaldi received between 2014 and 2016: a heritage that includes over 1,700 objects including jewellery, sketches, drawings, photographs, documents, books, clothes and fabrics belonging to the designer, which document his interests, creativity and great design ability. The exhibition also includes important loans from public institutions such as the Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione (CSAC) of the University of Parma and Palazzo Morando | Costume Moda Immagine di Milano, and from private lenders: A.N.G.E.L.O. Archive, Benedetta Canu Archive, Carla Sozzani Collection – Sozzani Foundation, Doris Beretta Collection, Enrico Quinto and Paolo Tinarelli Collection, Francesco Campidori Collection, Ilaria De Santis Collection, Massimo Cantini Parrini Collection, Simona Morini Collection, TizianaVintageafropicks Collection, Vito De Serio Collection, Madame Pauline Vintage Archive.

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Museo del Tessuto
Via Puccetti, 3
59100 Prato PO
Italien

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Kaukola Woman's National Costume Through the Years

Jyväskylä (FI) > 05.04.2024 - 13.10.2024

Since its publication, the Kaukola woman's national costume has been a popular and loved national costume model for Finns. 1921 U.T. Sirelius published the national costume model of a woman from Karelian Kaukola in the booklet "Suomen kansallispukuja", and its popularity has been steadfast ever since. During its long history, Kaukola national costume has lived with the times and its appearance has varied. This change is presented at the exhibition of the National Costume Center of Finland, where Kaukola woman’s national costumes from the collections of the National Costume Center of Finland are on display. The exhibition features costumes from the 1920s until today. Each of them is a slightly different implementation of the Kaukola woman's national costume. These costumes have been donated to the collection of the National Costume Center of Finland. The revised Kaukola woman's national costume, which is part of the model costume collection of the National Costume Center of Finland, is also on display at the exhibition.
Helmi Vuorelma started the Kaukola costume production in the early 1920s, and the drawing showing it was in Vuorelma's first national costume collection, and it has been in production the whole time. The changing of the costume model with the times can be seen from the national costume catalogs of different ages.

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The Craft Museum of Finland
Kauppakatu 25
40100 Jyväskylä
Finland

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Nachhaltig?! Der Umgang mit kleidung gestern und heute

Iphofen (D) > 06.04. - 01.12.2024

Die Ausstellung nimmt das Thema Nachhaltigkeit in Bezug auf Textilien in den Fokus. Lange Zeit ging die Produktion von Textilien und ihre Nutzung nicht mit einem sensiblen Umgang mit Natur und Mensch einher. Mittlerweile findet ein Umdenken statt. Etliche Hersteller haben hohe Produktionsstandards – nicht nur bei den Arbeitsbedingungen, sondern ebenfalls im Umgang mit Umwelt und Rohstoffen. Im Rahmen der Sonderausstellung wird der Lebenszyklus eines Kleidungsstückes nachvollzogen. Sie zeigt, wie sich die Einstellung zu Ressourcen, die Produktionsabläufe, der Vertrieb sowie die Verwendung von Textilien im Lauf der Jahre wandelten. Nachhaltigkeit umfasst jedoch nicht nur die Produktion: auch die Träger haben viele Möglichkeiten, nachhaltig mit ihrer Kleidung umzugehen. Es lohnt hier ein Blick - in historischer und aktueller Perspektive - auf die Reinigung und die Reparatur von Textilien. Im Umgang mit ausrangierter Kleidung und verschiedenen Arten der Umnutzung zeigen sich weitere Möglichkeiten, wie man mit bewussterer Nutzung von Kleidungsstücken zur Nachhaltigkeit beitragen kann.

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Freilandmuseum Kirchenburg Mönchsondheim
An der Kirchenburg 5
97346 Iphofen
Deutschland

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Otti Berger. Stoffe für die Architektur der Moderne  Eine Installation von Judith Raum im temporary bauhaus-archiv

Berlin (D) > 15.03. - 24.08.2024

In den 1930er-Jahren entwarf die Textilgestalterin Otti Berger (1898–1944) Stoffe für die Architektur der Moderne, die bis heute faszinieren. Ihre Entwürfe verbinden Ästhetik, Funktion und technische Innovation auf beeindruckende Weise und veränderten grundlegend das Verständnis von dem, was Textilien sein und leisten können. Otti Berger hatte ab 1927 am Bauhaus studiert und gelehrt, ab 1932 machte sie sich in Berlin selbstständig. Sie arbeitete für Auftraggeber*innen europaweit und erwarb zahlreiche Patente. In Kooperation mit dem Bauhaus-Archiv hat die bildende Künstlerin Judith Raum gemeinsam mit der Weberin und Textildesignerin Katja Stelz die Stoffe von Otti Berger in einem mehrjährigen Rechercheprojekt analysiert. Der interdisziplinäre Forschungsprozess mündet nun in die reich illustrierte Publikation „Otti Berger. Stoffe für die Architektur der Moderne“, die Bergers Schaffen erstmals auf umfassende Weise zugänglich macht. Judith Raum nähert sich Bergers Werk, indem sie die Stoffe nach ihren Funktionen und Beziehungen zu den architektonischen Elementen Möbel, Fenster, Wand und Boden ordnet. Mit der Fotografin Uta Neumann entstanden für den Band neue Farbfotografien, welche die Schönheit und Raffinesse der Textilien auf bisher unbekannte Weise deutlich werden lassen. Die Ausstellung macht in der für das temporary bauhaus-archiv entwickelten Installation von Judith Raum Otti Bergers Werk sinnlich erlebbar. Zu sehen ist eine neue Videoarbeit neben zwei großformatigen, extra für die Ausstellung aufwendig von Katja Stelz nachgewebten Wandstoffen. Sie verweisen auf zentrale Aspekte im Leben von Otti Berger: ihr Bestreben um Patentschutz für ihre technisch herausragenden Gewebe sowie ihr berufliches und privates Schicksal als Jüdin während der nationalsozialistischen Diktatur.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

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the temporary bauhaus-archiv
Knesebeckstraße 1
Berlin-Charlottenburg
Deutschland

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Jules François Crahay

Brüssel (BE) > 23.02.2024 - 10.11.2024

The name Jules François Crahay may not ring a bell, and yet… This Belgian is ‘one of the last geniuses of couture’. For the first time, and thanks to original research, the museum is devoting an exhibition to him. An opportunity to discover or rediscover this unfairly forgotten couturier. Jules François Crahay began his career in Liège before making his mark in the Parisian world of haute couture. In 1959, his first collection for the Nina Ricci fashion house triggered a wave of praise and orders. The press compared him to Christian Dior. Subsequent collections confirmed his reputation as a master couturier, appreciated by Claudia Cardinale, Princess Paola and Jackie Kennedy. He joined the Maison Lanvin, where he created around 40 haute couture collections and more ready-to-wear garments.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

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Fashion & Lace Museum
Rue de la Violette 12
1000 Brüssel
Belgien

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The Biba Story, 1964-1975

London (GB) > 22.03. - 08.09.2024

In the summer of 1963, fashion illustrator Barbara Hulanicki established a mail-order company selling affordable fashion appealing to a new generation of young women, which she named Biba. The Biba Story explores how fashion phenomenon Biba blossomed to become the world’s first lifestyle label, sparking a revolution in how people shopped and how Biba earned its spot as the brand that epitomises 1960s and 1970s fashion. The exhibition focuses on the years 1964, when the first Biba boutique opened, to 1975, when the legendary Big Biba closed its doors to the public. Displaying fantastic archival pieces of clothing, original photographs, film, and material all of which have been personally chosen by Barbara Hulanicki.
'It isn't just selling dresses, it's a whole way of life', Barbara Hulanicki, 1970.

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Fashion and Textile Museum
83 Bermondsey St
London SE1 3XF
Großbritannien

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Sheer: The diaphanous creations of Yves Saint Laurent

Paris (F) > 09.02. - 25.08.2024

The exhibition Sheer: The diaphanous creations of Yves Saint Laurent will be on display at the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris from February 9 to August 25, 2024. It will be the second chapter of a story that began last summer at the Museum of Lace and Fashion in Calais. For the exhibition’s next stop, in Paris, the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris invited the curator Anne Dressen to be its artistic advisor; she will focus on transparency as a chosen artistic expression of Yves Saint Laurent. The exhibition has been designed by the architect Pauline Marchetti, whose work explores the intersection of perception and space. Few articles of clothing are entirely transparent. In theory, transparency is incompatible with the very function of clothing, which is to cover the body, conceal or protect it. Intrigued by this contradiction, and by the powerful role diaphanous fabrics could play in his work, Yves Saint Laurent began using materials such as chiffon, lace and tulle in the 1960s. Like a leitmotif, he regularly employed transparency during his forty creative years, at times alongside embroidered or opaque fabrics. He daringly reconciled these contradictions, allowing women to proudly and boldly assert their bodies.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

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Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris
5 avenue Marceau
Paris
Frankreich

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Les Fleurs D’Yves Saint Laurent

Marrakech (MAR) > 02.03.2024 - 05.01.2025

The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech (mYSLm) is delighted to announce the opening, on March 2, 2024, of the exhibition Les Fleurs d’Yves Saint Laurent, which will coincide with the seventh anniversary―in October 2024―of the founding of the Yves Saint Laurent museums in Marrakech and Paris. For the first time, the two museums will prepare and mount a joint exhibition and catalogue project under the curatorship of Gaël Mamine and Olivier Saillard. Together, Olivier Saillard and Gaël Mamine are preparing a second exhibition, Les Fleurs d’Yves Saint Laurent, to be mounted simultaneously at the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech and the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris. The exhibition will focus on the passion that Yves Saint Laurent, as well as Pierre Bergé, had for nature. Saillard and Mamine will place lilies of the valley, bougainvilleas, roses, wheat, poppies and lilies on herbarium boards that could have been imagined by the couturier.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

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Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech
Rue Yves Saint Laurent
40090 Marrakech
Marokko

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Paolo Roversi

Paris (F) > 16.03. - 14.07.2024

The Paolo Roversi exhibition at the Palais Galliera features photographs taken over a career of 50 years. It shows how the artist has created a unique body ofwork within the world of fashion. This is the first monograph to be devoted to Paolo Roversi in Paris. Paolo Roversi was born in Italy but moved to Paris in 1973. Since then, he has worked for the most prestigious magazines, including Vogue France, Vogue Italia, Egoïste, and Luncheon. Throughout his career he has worked with the world’s leading fashion designers, most notably Yohji Yamamoto, Romeo Gigli and Rei Kawakubo for Comme des Garçons. This exhibition brings together 140 works, including previously unseen images, Polaroid prints and archives (magazines, catalogues, etc.) that give an insight into Paolo Roversi’s professional and artistic career. The scenography takes visitors on a poetic journey out of the shade and into the light. The Palais Galliera becomes the artist’s studio, an imaginary space: the theatre of everything possible.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

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Palais Galliera
10 avenue Pierre 1er de Serbie
Paris 16e, 75116 Paris
Frankreich

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De Nittis Painter of modern life

Mailand (I) > 24.02. - 30.06.2024

For the first time Palazzo Reale celebrates the talent of Giuseppe De Nittis in a monographic exhibition featuring around 90 paintings, both oils and pastels, coming from the main public and private collections, Italian and foreign, including the Musée d'Orsay and the Petit Palais of Paris, the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Reims and that of Dunkerke, the Uffizi of Florence – to name a few -, in addition to the extraordinary nucleus preserved at the GAM in Milan and a selection from the Pinacoteca of Barletta, named after the painter, which preserves an exceptional number of works following the bequest of the widow, Léontine De Nittis. The consecration of Giuseppe de Nittis as one of the great protagonists of nineteenth-century-European painting occurred thanks to the exhibition success he enjoyed after his passing, starting from the magnificent retrospective dedicated to him in 1914 at the 11. Venice Biennale. Other fundamental stages were the exhibition Giuseppe De Nittis. La modernité élégante set up in Paris at the Petit Palais in 2010-2011, and in 2013 the fundamental monographic dedicated to him in Padua at Palazzo Zabarella. DE NITTIS. Painter of modern life aims to enhance the international stature of a painter who was, together with Boldini, the greatest of the Italians in Paris, where he managed to stand in comparison with Manet, Degas and the Impressionists. With the latter, the young Peppino was able to share, despite the diversity of pictorial language, the aspiration to revolutionize the very idea of ​​painting, once and for all dismantling the hierarchy of genres to achieve that autonomy of art which has been the greatest aspiration of modernity.

Text- und Bildquelle: Museumswebsite

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Palazzo Reale
Piazza del Duomo, 12
Mailand
Italien

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