That’s the title of the exhibition at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht. Next to all kinds of art, photography, fashion and design made with hair, there is also an editorial wall to be seen: 80% of the used photo’s on this wall came from Mimi Berlin’s collection of Vintage MimiMagazines! Glad we could help out with our donation of collectable i-d, face, interview etc. magazines! Mimi Berlin has got much much more interesting vintage magazines left which we gladly share with you…More MimiMagazines HERE
Above; Niek Pulles (designer of the exhibition together with Harm Rensink) collected Mimi Berlin’s Magazines from the attic. (images from instagram credited)
Dutch artist Silvia B.’s work can be seen at 2 places the coming months. At her solo exhibtion at Gallery Ron Mandos in Amsterdam and at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht at the exhibition Hair, human hair in fashion and art.
YES! We, at Mimi Berlin like to help out fresh talent.
Illustrator Mathilde Admiral made these wonderful illustrations, in May 2014, for fashion student Saba Tark to accompany the graduation collection “Nomads of the World”. This collection is on show as the first in a series of exhibitions in which Centraal Museum and HKU (University of the Arts Utrecht) present the work of promising talent. Each autumn the museum will showcase the work of an art or design graduate from HKU.
Saba framed the original illustrations and showcased them next to her fabrics. Go check them out!! (HKU in the New Utrecht Galleries, Sept, 13/ November 30, 2014)
Mr and Mrs J went to this fashion exhibition and took photo’s for us. Danke Schön Mr and Mrs J!
The ‘Fashion, the Musical’ exhibition is set to open at the Centraal Museum in Utrecht on 7 June. Under this expressive title, guest curator Piet Paris has devised a fashion exhibition about times past and present, about traditional and modern, in a distinctive Piet and Paris layout. Piet enjoyed full access to the museum’s extensive clothing collection, which includes historical clothing as well as work by contemporary fashion designers. As the title suggests, the fashion is displayed in lively surroundings, for which Piet selected more than 150 objects from the museum’s depots. It shows fashion galore in the midst of paintings, furniture, products and accessories. The exhibition continues through 30 November 2014 and is accompanied by a publication with new illustrations that the museum recently acquired. (read more HERE)