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    Evening dress & headscarf in Tear design, Elsa Schiaparelli, Summer/Fall 1938. Philadelphia Museum of Art, museum no. 1969-232-45a, b featured in Surreal Things Surrealism & Design / courtesy of V&A/PRESS

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    Surreal Things Surrealism & Design

    29 March to 22 July 2007

    « While many exhibitions have explored Surrealism as a movement in literature & the fine arts, Surreal Things will be the first to examine its impact on architecture, design & the decorative arts. It will present a new approach to the subject, focusing on the creation of surrealist objects, whether unique works of art or examples of modern design

    « From the sensuality of Dali’s Mae West Lips sofa to Schiaparelli’s disturbing Tear dress, Surrealism produced some of the most extraordinary objects ever created. This exhibition will bring together many of these rarely seen works for the very first time… »

    également incontournables…

    * Che Guevara : Revolutionary & Icon

    7 June to 28 August 2006

    Twilight: Photography in the Magic Hour

    10 October 2007 to 17 December 2007

    « [explores] the theme of twilight [via] work by both established & emerging artists from around the world including Philip-Lorca di Corcia * Gregory Crewdson * Bill Henson * Robert Adams * Chrystel Lebas * Liang Yue & Ori Gersh »

    The Golden Age of Couture 1947 - 1957

    29 September 2007 to 6 January 2008

    « This glamorous exhibition will focus on Parisian & British couture between 1947-1957, a decade that Christian Dior described as the Golden Age of fashion »

    contact presse

    press.office@vam.ac.uk

    http://www.vam.ac.uk

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