Wednesday, 10 September 2008

More fashion

This October the Royal College of Art will exhibit over 150 black and white photographs and large-scale color works, spanning Sarah Moon’s entire career, and two new film installations, The Red Thread and The Mermaid. The Michael Hoppen Gallery will host a separate exhibition, which will include previously unseen fashion photographs alongside the iconic images that established her reputation. The two exhibitions will run concurrently from 17th October 2008.

Model turned photographer, Sarah Moon’s distinct commercial and personal work have made her a Grande Dame of contemporary photography. To date there have been over 35 solo exhibitions of her diverse and prolific work. She won the Grand National Prize for Photography in 1995, her feature film Mississippi One became a cult film in Japan, her book Coincidences brought her international esteem, and her fashion work for editorial and advertising including Cacharel, JP Gaultier, Christian Lacroix, Comme des Garcons, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto, have all ensured that her iconic and celebrated style is now instantly recognisable. - Michael Hoppen Gallery, New york

Sarah Moon 1 2 3 4 5, will be released by Thames & Hudson on 13 October 2008. Comprising of 5 notebooks assembled in a slip-cased box, and including over 400 images.

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Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Love the color. Or, colour.

The House of Beauty and Culture said...

PT&E - as you are here, re your Etro post , I can so see you in Sonia Rykiel.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Ah, I'm flattered.
I must admit, I also can so see me in that hot pink coat of hers, with the black stockings and the fabulous hat.

Mélanie said...

I love Sarah Moon's work