I don’t normally gravitate towards fashion related events, but the following does sound quite interesting — and I’m quite fond of the graphic that advertises the exhibition.
This is an occasion to reinforce Koike Kazuko’s reputation as a curator of fundamental power. The exhibition she put together introduces pieces of “clothing”, divided into five categories according to their qualities of “imagination”, “mental corrugation”, “sociality”, “mise en scene” and “message”. Especially overwhelming is the work of Beverly Semmes, who makes perfect use of the available space with her scarlet dress that isn’t only “oversized”, but has an incredible impact on the visitor. Don’t forget to pay attention also to the display inside the escalator. I definitely recommend this event, even to those who usually find it too tiresome to travel all the way to Musashino University! (REALTOKYO)
It happens at the Musashino Art University Museum & Library until December 13.