Category: Exhibitions

Lara protects me.
A Georgian Story

Tbilisi, they say, is the new Berlin. Late-night partying and scope to do one’s own thing are luring ever more people to Georgia’s capital. Located at the intersection of key trade routes for centuries, Tbilisi has always brought different peoples together – whether involuntarily, through…

SUR/FACE: Mirrors

On the façades of bank towers, in boutiques, gyms and lobbies, in our homes and on our smartphones – everywhere you look, there are mirrored surfaces. Why are reflective materials so tremendously popular these days? How are mirror effects used in design, and how does…

DailyRewind
365 Tage Secondhandmode

Bei kaum einem anderen Thema zeigt sich das Konsumverhalten unserer Gesellschaft so deutlich wie beim Kleidungskauf. Stylish und vor allem günstig soll der neue Look sein. Wie sich das mit Nachhaltigkeit verbinden lässt, zeigt die Journalistin Hindi Kiflai in ihrem Blog „DailyRewind“: Sie hat ein…

Mode Bewegt Bild.
The Fashion Film Effect

Fashion is an expression of the times in which it emerges. In view of the fact that there’s nothing at all unusual about shooting a film clip with one’s smartphone these days, it’s hardly surprising that designers and fashion companies have also discovered the medium…

GIVE LOVE BACK.
Ata Macias und Partner

An exhibition on the question of what applied art can be today – “Give Love Back” is a quotation from the book cover of Come On in My Kitchen – The Robert Johnson Book. It epitomizes what the curators Eva Linhart and Mahret Kupka call…

The Weather Diaries
3rd Nordic Fashion Biennale

In 2014, Frankfurt am Main followed in the footsteps Reykjavik and Seattle as host to the 3rd Nordic Fashion Biennale introducing young-generation fashion-makers and established designers from Greenland, Iceland and the Faröe Islands. In addition to the designs themselves, the focus of the presentation was…

Draussen im Dunkel.
Weitermachen nach der Mode

Time and again, the visions of fashion were able to disclose social conditions. Be it Coco Chanel’s designs, which accoutered the emancipated woman in practical and elegant tweed suits at the beginning of the 20th century, Christian Dior’s New Look, which heralded the end of economic scarcity in fashion after the Second World War…