Somewhere between fashion and art
Thursday 23 September 2010
An online affordable art business is hosting a one-off fashion inspired art event next week to celebrate “the merging boundaries between fashion and fine art.”
Scheduled in the week between London Fashion Week and the Frieze Art Fair, Eyestorm’s exhibition will take place in a new (and as yet unnamed) gallery space in Mayfair.
Work by Helmut Newton, William Klein, Andy Warhol and Bob Carlos Clarke will feature alongside emerging artists like Kate Allen, Dan Baldwin and Lucie Bennett.
All photos and paintings are inspired by the fashion industry.
‘Fashion In Art’ is open to the public 30 September at 26 A South Molton Lane, London, W1K 5LF, eyestorm.com
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