RICK OWENS. SUBHUMAN INHUMAN SUPERHUMAN AT THE MILAN TRIENNALE DESIGN MUSEUM(1)

Rick Owens, photo by N

It will be opened tomorrow in Milan at the Triennale Design Museum “Rick Owens. Subhuman Inhuman  Superhuman”, the exhibition – running through 25th March 2018 – documenting the work by the celebrated fashion designer Rick Owens. It is a wide showcase of materials, drawings, pictures, furniture, videos, accessories and garments telling about the suggestions, impulse and the ideas on the move that are the core of his work and poetry. Conflicting, primal impulses are recomposed: the eternal and barbarical, life, death and hope, the solemnity of grotesque, kindness, fierce, heroism and sensuality  is made concrete through a unique play of ensembles and deconstructions giving rise to his sign, talking about his inner alphabet. It is an overwhelming story “about the balance of control – as the fashion designer says – and collapse and the temptation to overdo either”.

Rick Owens ( remindind the work by Leigh Bowery) at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens, photo by N

Rick Owens, photo by N

Rick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

Rick Owens at ths Triennale Design MuseumRick Owens at the Triennale Design Museum, photo by N

http://www.triennale.org
http://www.rickowens.eu

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