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Student and Faculty Exhibitions

2014-15

Cultural Spheres
ESC: Digital Artworks by C.J. Yeh
Lauren Bacall: The Look

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2013-14 Exhibitions
2012-13 Exhibitions
2011-12 Exhibitions
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Normal Norell, evening dress and coat, cashmere, silk jersey, and sequins, circa 1958, USA, gift of Lauren Bacall, 68.143.6.
Lauren Bacall: The Look
Gallery FIT
March 3 Ė April 4, 2015

Lauren Bacall: The Look is a celebration of the film and theater starís unique style. Bacallís own garments take the spotlight in this exhibition, which also explores her relationships with fashion designers who dressed her, including Marc Bohan, Pierre Cardin, Norman Norell, Yves Saint Laurent, and Emanuel Ungaro. Students in the Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice MA program in FITís School of Graduate Studies collaborated with MFIT to present approximately 12 items from a collection of 700 that Bacall donated to the museum in 22 gifts, between 1968 and 1986. Learn more.


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Chang-Soo Kim, Flickering Series 2002 - present, digital imagery.
Cultural Spheres: 2015 International Exhibition Celebrating Diversity of Culture and Creativity
Gallery FIT
January 24 Ė February 7, 2015

This exhibition of multimedia projects was initiated by faculty from the Fashion Institute of Technology's School of Art and Design and brought together student artwork from FIT, Gachon University in South Korea, and Kun Shan University in Taiwan. Visiting Professor Chang Soo Kimís work was also showcased.


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© C.J. Yeh
ESC: Digital Artworks by C.J. Yeh
Gallery FIT
October 4 Ė December 13, 2014

ESC: Digital Artworks by C. J. Yeh investigated and illustrated the life, career, and thoughts of Art & Design faculty member C. J. Yeh, and looked at how the digital revolution has resulted in a new cultural paradigm centered on social networking. The exhibition included artworks from four different bodies of work: CJ Was Here, a series of conceptual mixed-media art; De-Purpose, a series of interactive installations; Equals, a series of net art (artworks using the Internet as its primary medium or platform); and vWare 1.0, a series of visual software programs inspired by literature.




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