Archive for the “Exhibition” category

The Man Who Knew Too Much, Part 2

by Tanya on November 10, 2011

This is Part 2 of our guest post by Siavash Khasha The Man Who Knew Too Much, Review of Savage Beauty at the M.E.T Part 2 The next room was titled ‘Romantic Nationalism’ and featured the ‘Highland Rape’ collection, autumn/winter (…)

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The Man Who Knew Too Much, Part 1

by Tanya on November 9, 2011

This week we have a special guest post (in two parts) by Siavash Khasha. Siavash is a Montreal based designer who was lucky enough to take in the Alexander McQueen exhibition, Savage Beauty, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in (…)

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The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier

by Tanya on August 2, 2011

A retrospective exhibition of French fashion designer, Jean Paul Gaultier, is currently happening at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal. The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk is the first international exhibition (…)

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“danish design – i like it!”

by Jill on June 1, 2011

Sharing his favourite Danish design icons, English Industrial Designer Jasper Morrison curated the current exhibition at the Designmuseum Danmark entitled, “danish design – i like it” . The objects on display were hand-picked by Morrison from the museum’s collection, many (…)

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Home in the Weeds

by Tanya on May 17, 2011

Home in the Weeds, is the title of a recent solo exhibition by visual artist Kevin Cyr. The exhibition took place at a San Francisco gallery, 941 Geary, and featured sculptural pieces that explore ideas of shelter, mobility, autonomy, etc. (…)

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Exposition design graphique 2011

by Tanya on May 2, 2011

Upcoming and Noteworthy

by Tanya on April 8, 2011

Next month in Montreal the Infopresse RDV Design event will feature speakers Paula Scher (Pentagram NYC) and Pum and Jake Lefebure (Design Army, Washington DC). Taking place on May 26th, the lectures are presented in English and you can find (…)

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The Eloquence of Everyday

by Tanya on February 11, 2011

I recently had the chance to spend an afternoon viewing the Gabor Szilasi exhibition at the Musée McCord in Montreal entitled The Eloquence of Everyday. I was completely taken with the entire exhibition which featured 124 photographs spanning a 50 (…)

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