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Peter Lindbergh
Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington & Naomi Campbell, Brooklyn
1990
Exhibition print, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® Baryta 315 grs
60 x 50 cm
Courtesy of Peter Lindbergh, Paris, © Peter Lindbergh
Roni Horn
Yet 3
2013/2017
Powdered pigment, graphite, charcoal, coloured pencil and varnish on paper
117 1/2 x 102 inches
Photo by Rom Amstutz
Tamara de Lempicka
Kizette en rose
1927
Oil on canvas
116 x 73 cm
Musée d‘Art de Nantes
Photo © RMN-Grand Palais / Gérard Blot
© Tamara Art Heritage / 2018 ProLitteris, Zurich
Peter Lindbergh
Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington & Naomi Campbell, Brooklyn
1990
Exhibition print, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® Baryta 315 grs
60 x 50 cm
Courtesy of Peter Lindbergh, Paris, © Peter Lindbergh
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“Fashion Drive” and Roni Horn: What to See in Zürich This Summer

By Pearl Fontaine

June 20, 2018

If you’re in Zürich this week, make sure you check out these not-to-miss exhibitions. Whitewaller has given you everything you need to know below.

“Fashion Drive: Extreme Clothing in the Visual Arts”
Kunsthaus Zürich, Hochschulen
April 20–July 15
“Fashion Drive: Extreme Clothing in Visual Arts” includes over 300 works by 60 artists that highlight the extremes of fashion, from 1500 to the present. Comprising paintings, sculptures, installations, costumes and armor, and more, the curated collection reveals how artists have altered, perceived, and discussed fashion over the centuries. That translates to an array of objects, from ruffs to items from the festivities surrounding the Congress of Vienna to mass-produced clothing. Throughout, the curators provide a critical view, never shying from the contradictions of the courtier, the push and pull between empowerment and privilege, inspiration and exclusion, individuality and excess.

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Peter Lindbergh
Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington & Naomi Campbell, Brooklyn
1990
Exhibition print, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® Baryta 315 grs
60 x 50 cm
Courtesy of Peter Lindbergh, Paris, © Peter Lindbergh

Roni Horn
“Wits’ End Sampler | Recent Drawings”
Hauser & Wirth, Escher Wyss
June 10–September 1
“Wits’ End Sampler | Recent Drawings” is a dual presentation of recent large-scale drawings and installation by Roni Horn. Since the 1980s, drawings have been foundational for Horn, who works
in powdered pigment, graphite, and varnish before splicing and stitching together those same drawings. “Wits’ End Sampler” draws on the idioms and playfulness of Horn’s work, in an accumulation
of over one thousand individual clichés and idioms, handwritten by strangers. Together, these elements recall Horn’s belief that “These lines for example, are not lines, they’re edges. In other words, it’s
material and it’s physical reality, they’re constructions of space with a reasonable analogy to architecture.”

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Roni Horn
Yet 3
2013/2017
Powdered pigment, graphite, charcoal, coloured pencil and varnish on paper
117 1/2 x 102 inches
Photo by Rom Amstutz
Hauser & WirthKunsthaus ZurichRoni Horn

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