Send to Print / Print to Send exhibition opens January 12th at the Aram Gallery in London, offering an impression of uses of 3D Printing* in the design industry today, including works from the fields of architecture, industrial design, fashion, and product design. This timely exhibition shows work by designers and organizations who are developing [...]
Issey Miyake asked Kenyan photographer James Mollison to contribute to an exhibition on Chocolate, he was curating (in 07) with the designer Naoto Fukasawa. Chocolate in Japan has become a luxury product with organized tastings- similar to wine. So, Mollison decided it would be interesting to explore the
Last week in Tel Aviv the innovative New York fashion collective threeASFOUR opened its anticipated exhibition “Insalaam Inshalom” at the Beit Ha’Ir Museum. Working on the project and exhibition for over two years, designers Gabi Asfour, Adi Gil and Ange Donhauser covered the four-story building in the printed fabric from their S/S12 collection and invited 10 [...]
San Diego’s Subtext Gallery is currently hosting an original concept as part of a collaboration with guest curator Christina Conway. Up until 11th December, the exhibition entitled ‘Homeroom’ will be displaying one-off works by contemporary artists who have cleverly re-imagined their childhood drawings.
Who else better than Japanese creative Studio Nendo would curate the design exhibition of ‘Japan: Tradition. Innovation’ at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Honoring Japan’s impact on contemporary design and technology, the installation is divided into five sections devoted respectively to
One of Japan’s most famous and internationally-known milliners, Akio Hirata, is showcasing more than seventy years of work at the Spiral Garden in Tokyo – The exhibition features more than 4000 white ‘ghost hats’ floating around and acting as shells of the ‘real’ hats on display. This beautiful and dreamy installation was created by Japan’s [...]
We already reviewed the work of French master of photo-manipulation Marc Da Cunha Lopes, here is one of his latest series entitled ‘Vertebrata’, where large skeleton creatures are placed in intriguing environment. The exhibition of the series can be seen at the Parisian Gallery Rabouan-Moussion until May 7th.
First International Multimedia Exhibition on Jean Paul Gaultier Rocks the Museum World (First Montreal then Dallas, and San Francisco). Organized by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) and beginning June 17, The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Side Walk to the Catwalk will reveal how Gaultier’s renowned multicultural, gender-bending aesthetic has [...]
During Milan Design Week, famous Italian glass maker Venini celebrated their 90th anniversary show with an exhibition by Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana with their new ‘fragments’ standing lamps alongside earlier blown glass sculptures and a large installation piece.
‘Madame Grès, La Couture à L’Oeuvre’ is the 1st retrospective in Paris of the work of this visionary couturier, an amazing exhibition organized by the Musée Galliera, and showcased at Musée Bourdelle – Madame Grès (1903-1993) continued to repeat throughout her life: “I wanted to be a sculptor. For me, it’s the same thing to [...]
Ian Francis is one of the first artist we ever reviewed on Trendland, almost 5 years later, Francis continues painting beautiful mixed media pieces, and he has just started his first one-man show at the Joshua Liner gallery and marks his solo debut in New York. The Fireland exhibition started March 3rd until April 2nd.
Hedi Slimane has lived in Los Angeles for almost 2 years. While rumors say he would replace Stefano Pilati at Yves Saint Laurent he is now back in Paris, his hometown for a new exhibition at Galerie Almine Rech where the famous designer/photographer highlights modern and