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Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion Exhibition at GoMA

Japanese fashion made an enormous impact on world fashion in the late 20th century. Designers such as Issey Miyake, Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto revolutionised the way we think of fashion today. Their works will be shown alongside examples by the techno-couturier Junya Watanabe, a protégé of Kawakubo, together with the pioneer of the 'Ura-Harajuku' movement Jun Takahashi, and the new generation of radical designers including Tao Kurihara, Hiroaki Ohya, Matohu, ...

Freewheeling: Cycling in Australia Exhibition at Queensland Museum

Freewheeling: Cycling in Australia exhibition traces the changing shape and character of the bicycle, and its impact on Australia’s social, economic and political life. The exhibition features a wide range of material culture related to cycling in Australia, including different types of bicycles, cycling fashion, advertisements and promotional posters, and trophies and medals won by some of Australia’s most successful cyclists. Freewheeling: Cycling in Australia is a touring exhibition from ...

Myths And Legends – GoMA Cinema Summer Festival Program

A companion program to 2014’s ‘Fairytales and Fables’, ‘Myths and Legends’ continues to explore the powerful relationships between classic folklore and modern cinematic storytelling, incorporating renditions and reinterpretations of classic tales, as well as contemporary accounts that translate mythic metaphors into unexpected genres, such as film noir, science fiction, adventure, drama, romance, comedy and the western. The program features the epic battles of classical ...

Pop to Popism Exhibition at Art Gallery of NSW

‘Popular, witty, sexy, glamorous’ – pop art exploded onto the cultural scene in the 1960s. The pop artists rebelled against ‘high art’ to embrace the new world of advertising, television, film stars, pop music and consumerism. Pop art shocked many but inspired even more. This summer, re-live the pop revolution as Pop to popism takes over the Gallery. Spanning three decades from the mid 1950s to the 1980s, the exhibition traces the origins of pop art, its heady high period ...

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier – From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk Exhibition at NGV

The National Gallery of Victoria will be the only Australian venue for The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, which will feature more than 140 superbly crafted garments in addition to photographs, sketches, stage costumes, excerpts from runway shows, film, television, concerts and dance performances. This spectacular overview of Gaultier’s oeuvre features the first dress created by the designer in 1971 to his latest  haute couture and ready-to-wear ...

Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks Exhibition at the Museum of Sydney

Constructed by Ryan McNaught, one of only 12 LEGO® certified professionals worldwide, this exhibition celebrates tall and extraordinary buildings from Australia and Asia. Some are engineering head-turners while others are technical marvels. Some of these eye-popping giants, like the Shanghai Tower, pioneer new ways of living, while others like Singapore's Marina Bay Sands are instant global landmarks. Some are green, others lean. Some are strange and other-worldly, others are breathta...

Costumes from the Golden Age of Hollywood Exhibition at Brisbane Museum

This exhibition will take visitors behind the scenes to gain a glimpse into Hollywood of the 1920s to 1960s through a collection of costumes, props and ephemera connected to the cinema’s most iconic stars, studios and designers. This extraordinary exhibition is drawn from a sole private collection owned by Brisbane resident Nicholas Inglis who has been avidly acquiring motion picture costumes and memorabilia for close to two decades. It will feature costumes worn by some of Hollywood...

Mambo – 30 years of self-indulgence exhibition

Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence presents all the ideas, key elements and oddities that have made it one of Australia's most memorable brands. The exhibition sees NGV Studio housing the largest collection of Mambo works ever assembled, ranging from way back in 1984 to the present day, including original artworks, developmental works (some never seen before) and a retrospective of the most-loved pieces produced during its history. Mambo: 30 years of shelf-indulgence presents some of ...

Impressions of Paris Exhibition: Lautrec, Degas, Daumier

Impressions of Paris: Lautrec, Degas, Daumier examines the major contribution to French art made by three key figures: Honoré-Victorin Daumier (1808–1879), Edgar Degas (1834–1917) and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864–1901). A generation apart, each was a consummate draughtsman whose innovative compositions and embrace of modern subject matter played a significant role in artistic developments in France over the nineteenth century. During the 1800s Paris had witnessed the remarkable ...

Undressed: 350 Years of Underwear in Fashion Exhibition at Powerhouse Museum

Organised by the world’s leading museum of art and design, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, this exhibition features more than 80 garments from the V&A’s extensive collection of underwear, many which have never before been on public display. It spans 350 years of fashion history, bringing together the garments that secretly and privately reduced, lifted, padded, adorned, revealed and concealed the body. From corsets and petticoats, brassieres and boudoir wear to bustles, ...