Monday, 16 May 2011

Out of Fashion: Maastricht Edition

Last weekend, Saturday 14 May, the exhibition 'Out of Fashion: Maastricht Edition' was opened in NaiM/Bureau Europa.
Before the official opening there was a performance by Painted Series 'Painted Game'.

Guus Beumer and Eve-Marie Kuistermans

The programme for Out of Fashion – Maastricht Edition consists of an exhibition, a film programme and a series of events on the interaction between fashion and film. This project demonstrates how fashion houses, avant-garde designers and young, still unknown fashion designers make use of film, video and online media to shape, distribute and sell their designs and vision.
For more information on activities during Out of Fashion – Maastricht Edition: or my Out of Fashion blogpost.

Here is a short selection of exhibited works.
There is more to see and it's very worth to visit! 'Out of Fashion: Maastricht Edition' is open until 26th of June 2011.

Maison Martin Margiela has a long history when it comes to film as a means of presentation. In this exhibition Maison Martin Margiela shows several men's and women's shows and presentations from 1993-2011.

Out of Fashion: Fashion film competition
During IFFR young designers and film makers were asked to depict the concept of their collections on film.
Dutch designer Niek Pulles (HEYNIEK) won the competition with his short film 'Patch up Pull over'. This video was also exhibited during FASHIONCLASH Maastricht 2010.

A.F Vandervorst collection s/s 2010

Freudenthal/Verhagen, Painted Series 2008

Anna-Nicole Ziesche
How are adults influenced by events in their childhood? In the film 'Childhood Storage' Anna-Nicole Ziesche searches her nursey room for an answer to this question.

During Out of Fashion: Maastricht Edition, there will be two screenings of Pyuupiru, an intimate portrait that Matsunaga Daishi made of his friend Pyuupiru, a visual artist whose body forms the core of his work. He underwent a drastic gender operation and the process is captured in the documentary Pyuupiru 2001-2008.
For more information about the screenings:

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