Fashion, art and photography interlace in so many different ways. This is why if you are a fashion lover you are usually eager to discover the latest artists’ creations and the hottest snaps from your favourite men (and women) behind the lens. We gathered what we think are the 5 best exhibitions in Europe right now. Whether you’re staying in London or planning a weekend getaway; here’s what you should be writing on your ‘To Do’ lists:
David Bailey – Stardust, Milan, PAC, until 2nd of June 2015. The PAC (Padiglione Arte Contemporanea) of Milan hosts over 300 photographs of probably the most famous living portrait photographer. From his fashion photography to his still lives, passing through his travel photography. It offers a good old jump to his past, and present.
Alexander McQueen – Savage Beauty, London, Victoria & Albert Museum, until 2nd of August 2015. This is undoubtedly the most talked about show of the year. Everyone who is anyone made an appearance at the vernissage, but for the rest of us muggles the only thing to do is book the tickets to this amazing retrospective!
Mario Testino – In Your Face, Berlin, Kulturforum, until 26th of July 2015. The Kulturforum of Berlin hosts this selection of 125 photographs from possibly the most notorious photographer in fashion today. The exhibit, which has reached Europe for the first time, takes us though his work focusing on the provocative contrasts…Perfect for those who like to glam up.
Dries Van Noten – Inspirations, Antwerp, MOMU, until 19th of July 2015. For the first time Belgian designer Dries Van Noten shows his compete oeuvre in this creative journey, displayed at the Mode Museum of Antwerp. Crossing over from fine arts to fashion, viewing this exhibition is an excellent way of learning more of his creative process.
Terry Richardson – The Sacred and The Profane, Paris, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, until 11th April 2015. Terry Richardson is the most controversial photographer of our time, no questions asked. This time, at the Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, he takes us on a photographic journey through America’s far west and its contradictions.