Michela Meise

Texte Zur Kunst #78, June 2010 “Fashion”


Includes : Frédéric Monneyron – The Significance of Couturiers and fashion Magazines, fashion is Fun / An interview with Stefano Pilati by Merlin Carpenter, Isabelle Graw – Fashion and Vitality / A note on “Brigitte” without models, Elegant Discipline / An interview with Rick Owens by Monica Titton, Kim Gordon “Fossil Collections / On Rodarte”, Monica Titton “Fashion in the City / Street-Style-Blogs and the Limits of Fashion’s Democratization“, “Global Fashion – Local Tradition. On the Globalization of Fashion” by Gurtrud Lehnert, Mahret Kupka “Uniform of the Slim / On the Persistence of a Silhouette”, Heimo Zobernig, Rudolf Stingel, Andreas Fogarasi, Daniel Buren, Ed Ruscha, “Skin Fruit: Selections from the Dakis Joannou Collection”, Allen Ruppersberg,Danica Dakic, Willem de Rooij, Michela Meise, “Crash Site/My_Never_Ending_Burial_Plot” by Juli Carson, “Donna – Avanguardia femminista negli anni ’70 dalla Sammlung Verbund di Vienna”, Diedrich Diederichsen – “Changing Channels. Kunst und Fernsehen 1963-1987”, “2010 Whitney Biennial”,“Yves Saint Laurent. Rétrospective”, much more.

One of the finest art journals, period.
TEXTE ZUR KUNST stands for controversial discussions and contributions by internationally leading writers on contemporary art and culture. Alongside ground-breaking essays the quarterly magazine, founded in Cologne in 1990 by Stefan Germer (†) and Isabelle Graw and published in Berlin since 2000, offers interviews, roundtable discussions and extensive reviews on art, film, music, market and fashion as well as on art history, theory and cultural politics. Since 2006 the comprehensive main section section, each time devoted to a different topic, and selected reviews are published in both German and English.

Texte Zur Kunst #78, June 2010 "Fashion"
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