MOVE! Moves to Brazil
It’s been two years since fashion and art participatory project MOVE! set up camp at New York’s MoMA PS1. Now, Visioniare co-founder Cecilia Dean and NY Times fashion critic David Colman have brought their project overseas to Sesc Belezinho in São Paulo, Brazil. The now traveling exhibition questions the role of the ‘artist’ and the ‘designer,’ and collides both industries into themselves, by spotlighting a series of installations curated and created by well-known fashion designers and influencers from the art world.
A slightly smaller re-imagination of its mother New York show, MOVE! Brazil features eight new pieces, instead of the original 14, with artists listed below. The event also hopes to deconstruct the boundary between the public and the seemingly elite worlds of art and fashion by offering free admission to the show.
Featured works include:
“Looks” by Rob Pruitt and Marc Jacobs, “Kalos” by Vik Muniz and Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein Collection, “Splash” by Olaf Breuning and Cynthia Rowley, “Pose” by Ryan McNamara with Diane Von Furstenberg and Oskar Metsavaht for Osklen, “Tree Pants” by Peter Coffin and Ellus, “Ligatura” by Maurício Ianês and Alexandre Herchcovitch, “Graficouture” by Banzai Studio and Pedro Lourenço, “The Big Picture” by Ricardo de Castro and Dudu Bertholini for Neon.
MOVE! runs at Sesc until Sunday, March 17th.