Items: Is Fashion Modern?

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Items: Is Fashion Modern? explores the present, past, and future of 99 items—garments, accessories, and accoutrements—that have had a strong impact on history and society in the 20th and 21st centuries, and continue to hold currency today. Among the 99 will be designs as well-known and transformative as the Levi's 501s, the Casio watch, and the Little Black Dress, and as ancient and culturally charged as the kippah and the keffiyeh. Each item will be displayed in the incarnation that made it significant in the last 116 years—the stereotype—along with contextual materials that trace back to its historical archetype. In some cases, the item will also be complemented by a new commission—a prototype. Items will thus invite new generations of designers, engineers, and manufacturers to respond to some of these "indispensable items" with pioneering materials, approaches, and techniques—extending this conversation into the near and distant futures, and connecting the history of these garments with their present recombination and use. Driven first and foremost by objects, not designers, the exhibition considers the many relationships between fashion and functionality, cultural etiquettes, aesthetics, politics, labor, identities, economies, and technology.

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29.03.2017 - 02.04.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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21.05.2017 - 17.09.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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18.07.2016 - 16.04.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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23.11.2016 - 02.04.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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29.03.2016 - 02.04.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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19.11.2017 - 28.05.2018
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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15.03.2019 - 14.07.2019
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Sts NW
Washington

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28.09.2018 - 17.03.2019
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Sts NW
Washington

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31.10.2017 - 01.04.2018
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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12.06.2016 - 01.10.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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30.04.2016 - 30.07.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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26.05.2017 - 04.09.2017
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Sts NW
Washington

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10.03.2017 - 27.08.2017
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Sts NW
Washington

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01.10.2017 - 28.01.2018
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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09.04.2017 - 10.09.2017
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York

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18.11.2016 - 02.04.2017
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Sts NW
Washington

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07.04.2017 - 20.08.2017
Smithsonian American Art Museum
8th and G Sts NW
Washington

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17.03.2016 - 06.08.2017
The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street
New York

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Items: Is Fashion Modern? MoMA - Museum of Modern Art Main address: MoMA - Museum of Modern Art 11 West 53 Street NY 10019-5 New York, Stati uniti MoMA - Museum of Modern Art 11 West 53 Street NY 10019-5 New York, Stati uniti Items: Is Fashion Modern? explores the present, past, and future of 99 items—garments, accessories, and accoutrements—that have had a strong impact on history and society in the 20th and 21st centuries, and continue to hold currency today. Among the 99 will be designs as well-known and transformative as the Levi's 501s, the Casio watch, and the Little Black Dress, and as ancient and culturally charged as the kippah and the keffiyeh. Each item will be displayed in the incarnation that made it significant in the last 116 years—the stereotype—along with contextual materials that trace back to its historical archetype. In some cases, the item will also be complemented by a new commission—a prototype. Items will thus invite new generations of designers, engineers, and manufacturers to respond to some of these "indispensable items" with pioneering materials, approaches, and techniques—extending this conversation into the near and distant futures, and connecting the history of these garments with their present recombination and use. Driven first and foremost by objects, not designers, the exhibition considers the many relationships between fashion and functionality, cultural etiquettes, aesthetics, politics, labor, identities, economies, and technology. Book tickets