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London to host self-curated Azzedine Alaïa exhibition next spring

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Aretrospective on Azzedine Alaïa will open at the Design Museum in London next spring. Azzedine Alaïa: the Couturier will run for five months from 10 May and include more than 60 couture pieces from the Tunisian fashion designer’s 35-year body of work. Alaïa, who died last month of heart failure, had been working with the museum’s guest curator, Mark Wilson, on the exhibition, selecting rare pieces from his archive and providing documentation of his creative process. The Paris-based designer was widely celebrated for his ability to cut, f... Read More »

A Sogetsu ikebana-jubilee exhibition with the Japanese master and artist Eikou Sumura in Roosendaal


The Sogetsu Branch Nederland organises, in cooperation with Sogetsu Azalea Study Group Belgium, a jubilee exhibition. By means of this exhibition, both organisations celebrate their 35th and 25th anniversary. This exhibition will take place during the 1st and 2nd of October 2016 in Roosendaal. Eikou Sumura, a Japanese Sogetsu ikebana master instructor, will visit The Netherlands to participate in this special event. During this weekend, ikebana installations of widely varying sizes will be visible in the gallery of 1150 square meters. Altog... Read More »

Audi Tradition presents “rarities” at the Techno Classica classic car exhibition


The Audi quattro Spyder with its mid-engine concept was a sensation when it was presented to the audience at the 1991 International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt. With its aluminum body, it weighed in at just 1,100 kilograms (2,425.1 lb). Speculation about production of the car in limited numbers brought Audi dealers thousands of advance orders. But the envisioned price of 100,000 German marks could not be met. It remained just a prototype. Just one month later, Audi went one further at the Tokyo Motor Show and exhibited the even more radical c... Read More »

For the first time the Rijksmuseum presents a large selection of its diverse fashion collection in an exhibition designed by world-renowned Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf


Rijksmuseum Curator of Costumes Bianca du Mortier explains, The garments presented in this exhibition reflect the stories of the people who wore them. In fashion, the choices of the wearer count – they make him or her a trendsetter or a follower. Even today the clothes of the very rich and powerful always convey a conscious or unconscious message. In that respect, nothing has changed over the last 330 years. These choices are restricted by such factors as budget, opportunity, age, social status, climate, personal likes and dislikes and so forth... Read More »

Foam opens exhibition in China


The group exhibition Still/Life - Contemporary Dutch Photography is centered on the art historical theme of the still life and comprises works of a large number of emerging and established Dutch visual artists. The autonomous and commercial work of Dutch photographers has a recognizable, fresh style that is also characteristic of so-called Dutch Design. The latter refers to a typically Dutch aesthetic taste that is minimalist, experimental, innovative, unconventional and with a touch of humor. A major aspect is that instead of taking photos as ... Read More »

Bertelsmann brings unique ‘Last Folio’ exhibition to Germany


The media company Bertelsmann is bringing the international touring exhibition “Last Folio – Textures of Jewish Life in Slovakia” to Germany for the first time. From April, 33 photographs by the renowned photographer Yuri Dojc will be on display in the Berlin State Library (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin). Dojc repeatedly traveled to Slovakia – first alone and then from 2005 together with the filmmaker Katya Krausova – to speak with Holocaust survivors and document evidence of ancient Jewish culture in the country. Unique in their authenticity, aes... Read More »

Byblos Bank hosts an exhibition by worldrenowned Italian photographer Mimmo Jodice


Titled “Mediterraneo”, the exhibition will take place at the Bank’s Headquarters in Ashrafieh. It will display 63 medium-format black-and-white photographs that capture the emptiness of landscapes, the remains of time and the relationships with the past; while brilliantly using light and lighting at the moment of taking the photograph and in the laboratory where Mr. Jodice produces his own prints. Mrs. Nada Tawil, Head of Group Communication Department at Byblos Bank said: “Byblos Bank is proud to host the exhibition of Mr. Mimmo Jodice who... Read More »

Air Partner and Ruslan International ensure safe delivery of historical arts for ‘Medieval Morocco’ Exhibition at the Louvre Museum in Paris


The exhibition includes pieces of art such as architectural decoration, textiles, ivory and calligraphy dating back to the 11th-15th centuries. Open to the public from 17 October 2014 until 19 January 2015, it provides a new look at the period when the western Islamic world was at the height of its glory, as much in terms of its artistic production as its place in history, and recognises this powerful civilisation’s position at the centre of diplomatic and trade networks. The total value of the exhibition pieces carried onboard Volga-Dnepr’s... Read More »

Iconic Houses: Welcome Marcel Breuer House at Pocantico!


The House was Breuer's vision of how the average American family could live in a well-designed, modern, expandable, and affordable home. ... Read More »

Storyteller with pen and brush: premiere of the exhibition “Discover Hans Liska” in the Museo Mille Miglia


Whether in highly dynamic racing posters or as romantic brochure motifs from Italy, the dream destination of German holiday-makers in the time of the “economic miracle”, in each of his works Hans Liska showed his sure instinct for the special moment, combined with excellent artistic skill and a generous dash of humour. The same is also evident in the works which the artist, who was born in Vienna in 1907 and died near Bamberg in 1983, created on behalf of Mercedes-Benz in the 1950s: from 1951 onward, the poster artist and press illustrator foll... Read More »

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