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Yves Saint Laurent 1971 – The Scandal Collection

YSL 1971Yves Saint Laurent, Green fox fur coat, worn by Willy Van Rooy, Spring-summer 1971 haute couture collection. Photo: Hans Feurer / Elle / Scoop

Yves Saint Laurent 1971 – The Scandal Collection

The Fondation Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent presents an exhibition dedicated to Yves Saint Laurent‘s spring-summer 1971 haute couture collection.  “Liberation” or “Forties” collection, which was inspired by the fashion of the war years. Short dresses, platform shoes, square shoulders, and exaggerated makeup were the references to occupied Paris that caused a scandal. The collection, which was heavily criticized by the press, gave full sway to the retro trend that quickly ended up conquering the street.

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Call for Artists: Future Identities – Buenos Aires – EXTENDED

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Call for Artists: Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces
Laura Haber Gallery, Buenos Aires (Argentina) – April 20 – May 20, 2015
EXTENDED Deadline: April 01, 2015

After the great success of the exhibition Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces in Venice (August 2014),  we are proud to invite you to submit your works for the next appointment of the show, which will be held in Milan, at Palazzo Radetzy, and Buenos Aires at Laura Haber Gallery.

Future Identities – Bodies . Places . Spaces, international exhibition of photography, video-art, painting, installation and performance art, will be hosted in Buenos Aires (Argentina), at Laura Haber Gallery, from the 20 of April to the 20 of May 2015. The event will be hosted in Milan too, at Palazzo Radetzky, from the 14 to the 19 of April 2015 (selection closed).

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Cathy Wilkes exhibition at Tate Liverpool

Cathy WilkesCathy Wilkes, Untitled, 2013. Courtesy of The Artist, The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow. Photo: Cristiano Corte

Cathy Wilkes exhibition at Tate Liverpool

Tate Liverpool presents the largest and most comprehensive display of work to date by Turner Prize nominated artist Cathy Wilkes (b. 1966 Belfast). Bringing together more than a decade of the artist’s acclaimed work, this unique exhibition includes several of her large-scale sculptural installations alongside paintings, works on paper and archive materials.

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Folie Richter by MVRDV Architects

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Folie Richter by MVRDV Architects

Since the 18th Century, the follies of Montpellier have been markers for the architectural history of the city. The Follies helped to add new ways of living, new features, new programs in the city, giving it a significant value and broadening its appeal for both residents and visitors. Follies of the 21st Century are an opportunity to affirm the centrally metropolitan Montpellier while reaffirming its commitment to creativity, innovation and architectural audacity, forming new urban landmarks whilst providing added value to the city.

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Interview with Andrea Laroux

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Interview: Andrea Laroux

Luca Curci talks with Andrea Laroux during LIQUID ROOMS – THE LABYRINTH exhibition in Venice.

Andrea Laroux was born in Turin in 1985. She graduated at the “Istituto Fellini” cinema school and “Fondazione Artevision” photography academy. She teaches Photography, post-production and filmic analysis in secondary schools and cultural associations; she works in studios on “photo-illustrations”.

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SINIESTRO collection by Giga Gonzalez

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SINIESTRO collection by Giga Gonzalez

“SINIESTRO”, the inspiration of this collection was how the Romanticism retakes the Gothic and transforms it with a darker and gloomy essence, but without losing that touch of elegance.

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In the Time of Klimt, The Vienna Secession | Pinacothèque de Paris

KlimtGustav Klimt, Judith I, detail, 1901. © Belvedere, Vienna

In the Time of Klimt, The Vienna Secession | Pinacothèque de Paris

The Pinacothèque de Paris, in partnership with Arthemisia Group and 24 ORE CulturaGruppo 24 ORE, wishes to examine once again an essential aspect of Art Nouveau, which was developed in Vienna at the start of the 20th century under the name Secession. Gustav Klimt‘s part in the emerging of that movement is a major one.

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