#ArtMTL Exposition Collectif d'art actuel non-figuratif à la Galerie MX

#ArtMTL Exposition collective d’art actuel non-figuratif à la @GalerieMX

Du vendredi 3 au samedi 25 octobre, Galerie MX vous invite à longer l’espace linéaire par une exposition collective d’art actuel non figuratif.

Cette exposition d’artistes émergents vous permet de découvrir ces quatre artistes qui ont une passion commune pour l’art visuel non figuratif. Route, piste ou chemin; espoir, idéal ou utopie : toujours on suit sa trajectoire…

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b5f321_9cee91eeb5c544c695db10d290b6135c.jpg_srz_p_1000_495_85_22_0.50_1.20_0.00Mylène Gauthier,

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Où :
Galerie MX
333 avenue Viger Ouest

Quand :
Vernssage : Vendredi 3 octobre à 17h30
Expo : Vendredi 3 au samedi 25 octobre

#MondayAd from France- Citroën- Dog stretching

#MondayAd from @LesGauloisParis, France: @Citroen: Dog stretching

Director: Joachim Back
Creative Director: Gilbert Scher, Luca Cinquepalmi, Marco Venturelli
Art Director: Marie Donnedieu
Copywriter: Ouriel Ferencz

Client: Citroën France
Agency: Les Gaulois
Production: Control
Country: France

You can see other #MondayAd here.

#ThrowbackFashion Evening dress 'Bird's Wing' of white silk taffeta- designed by Antony Price- England- 1986

#ThrowbackFashion Evening dress ‘Bird’s Wing’ of white silk taffeta, designed by Antony Price, England, 1986

Bird’s Wing
Antony Price, born 1945

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Closely swathing the figure, the silk taffeta of this dramatically structured garment is formed into large, irregular gathers diagonally positioned across the front. These culminate in an asymmetrical bodice, with an extraordinary, gravity defying shoulder extension. Designer Antony Price called this his ‘Bird’s Wing’ dress; the rigid folds of fabric with their feathered and serrated edge evoke associations of flight and movement. It was designed for his 1986 Winter collection.

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The simple, white taffeta, with its glossy, reflective sheen offsets the complex structure of the garment. The designer’s choice of a stiff fabric allows the raised folds to retain their shape and make the dress virtually self-supporting. The folds are held in place by large, self-covered buttons which secure the dress at the side, and also provide an important visual motif. In contrast the back is quite plain, a simple bodice with a single shoulder strap and a straight, skirt fitted with darts into the waist seam.

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Here are some creative projects that inspire me in Victoria and Albert Museum Archive. You can see other projects on my Pinterest or on my #ThrowbackFashion.

#FashionWeek Spring-Summer 2015 - New York - Womenswear - Zimmermann-Delpozo-Nicholas K

#FashionWeek Top 3 Womenswear Spring 2015 New York @MBfashionweek ft. @ZIMMERMANN_ @officialdelpozo @NicholasKstudio

Here are some collections that inspire me in Spring 2015 / New York. You can see other collections on my Pinterest or on my #FashionWeek

Zimmermann
by Nicky Zimmermann

#FashionWeek Spring-Summer 2015 - New York - Womenswear - Zimmermann

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More photos of the collection here →

 

Delpozo
by Josep Font

#FashionWeek Spring-Summer 2015 - New York - Womenswear - Delpozo

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More photos of the collection here →

 

Nicholas K
by Christopher Kunz, Nicholas Kunz

#FashionWeek Spring-Summer 2015 - New York - Womenswear - Nicholas K

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More photos of the collection here →

#ModeMTL Les 40 ans de formation et de création de l'École de joaillerie de Montreal au Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec

#ModeMTL Les 40 ans de formation et de création de l’École de joaillerie de Montréal au Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec

Du jeudi 25 septembre au samedi 15 novembre, le Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec présente l’exposition rétrospective « 40 ans de l’École de joaillerie de Montréal ».

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Cette exposition regroupe une soixantaine de créateurs qui exposeront près de 200 bijoux, objets de joaillerie et d’orfèvrerie.

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Ainsi, l’expo couvre les quatre décennies de créations, de formations et de reconnaissance nationale et internationale de l’École de joaillerie de Montréal. Un portrait historique exceptionnel d’une discipline des métiers d’art du Québec.

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Où :
Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec
615 avenue Sainte-Croix

Quand :
Vernssage : Jeudi 25 septembre à 18h00
Expo : Jeudi 25 septembre au samedi 15 novembre

#ModayAd from Zulu Alpha Kilo- Toronto- Corona- Extend The Sunshine in this ambient promotion

#ModayAd from @zulualphakilo, Toronto: @Corona: Extend The Sunshine in this ambient promotion

Corona Extra believes in making the most of the Summer sun, with the help of a little geometry and a very big mirror.

Corona: Extend The Sunshine
Director: Ariel Levesque
Creative Director: Zak Mroueh, shane ogilvie, Ari Elkouby, Jon Webber
Art Director: Ari Elkouby
Writer: Jon Webber

Client: CORONA
Agency: Zulu Alpha Kilo, Toronto
Production: One Sum Agency
Country: Canada

You can see other #MondayAd here.

#ThrowbackFashion Carmen (Homage to Munkacsi), coat by Cardin, Place Francois-Premier, Paris by Richard Avedon. Published in American Harper's Bazaar, September 1957

#ThrowbackFashion Carmen (Homage to Munkacsi), coat by @CardinPierre, Place Francois-Premier, Paris by Richard @Avedon via @HarpersBazaarUS, September 1957

‘Carmen (Homage to Munkacsi), coat by Cardin‘, Place Francois-Premier, Paris, 1957
Published in American Harper’s Bazaar, September 1957
Richard Avedon, born 1923 – died 2004

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Materials and Techniques: Gelatin-silver print

Richard Avedon has transformed fashion photography and portraiture alike, creating an instantly identifiable aesthetic which has influenced countless others. His ‘signature’ large format studio portraits of politicians, writers and artists render the sitters “symbolic of themselves”, as he put it. His use of stark white backgrounds and life-size printing places viewers in a new relationship to the photographic image – a physical and almost confrontational one. His ability to create visual tension and surprise through unexpected contrasts is unparalleled.

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Martin Munkacsi. The Pudle Jumper 1934

Here are some creative projects that inspire me in Victoria and Albert Museum Archive. You can see other projects on my Pinterest or on my #ThrowbackFashion.