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The Victoria & Albert Museum presents “Kimono: Tokyo to Catwalk,” a new exhibition centred around the kimono.
The Victoria & Albert Museum presents “Kimono: Tokyo to Catwalk,” a new exhibition centred around the kimono. The show counters the perception of the kimono as traditional, timeless and unchanging, by presenting the garment as a dynamic and constantly evolving icon of fashion. Viewers will find rare kimonos from the 17th and 18th century displayed for the first time in the UK, together with iconic film and performance costumes and fashions by major designers. The exhibition also explores the kimono’s recent reinvention on the streets of Japan with work by new contemporary designers and stylists.
Bridget Riley’s “Past into Present” explores how the artist's practice references the past, looking at both the art of painting itself and her own work.
Claudio Parmiggiani is exhibiting a series of new Delocazione works, painted with soot and smook.
In "Ritual," Tom Sachs explores ideas of consumerism and ritual through the recreation of everyday items and objects, which have been displayed on bespoke pedestals.
Sedrick Chisom’s first U.K. solo show, “Twenty Thousand Years of Fire and Snow” is a collection of drawings and paintings portraying a speculative future in post-apocalyptic America.
Galerie Maria Bernheim’s dual presentation of Kelly Akashi and Juan Antonio Olivares, "Fauna" explores the relationship between the human and natural worlds.
Open at Almine Rech’s London gallery through July 31, “Larry Poons and Painting: And Epic Journey” features works dating from 1976 to the present day.
The 20th Serpentine Pavilion will open on June 11, designed by Johannesburg base practice Counterspace, directed by Sumayya Vally. The pavilion design is based on the past and present places of meeting, organizing and belonging across London.
Galerie Maria Bernheim LONDON is presenting “Ventimile,” an exhibition of new works by Denis Savary.