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Delhomme on fashion and art

I have already wrote about Jean Philippe Delhomme’s caricatures and illustrations in this blog . I am a fan! In “Dressed for Art”, a show at the French Institute Alliance Francaise in New York, the French satirist portrays the world of Art and Fashion and its excesses with so much humour. I love a rainy Sunday at the Museum : they all wear rubber boots !


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What I am looking forward to in the weeks to come
– Reviews on David Hockney ‘David Hockney: A Bigger Picture’ at the London Royal Academy of Arts, and a ticket please!
– NY Fashion week from Feb 9-16 for next Fall 2012. Colors and pretty shoes, please!
– Jean-Philippe Delhomme at FIAF Gallery Dressed for Art opening on Tuesday, February 28. Can’t wait to see his brilliant caricatures. An original please!
– The March issue of Newsweek by Tina Brown, a special Madmen and Sixties issue. The magazine please!
– Jean Paul Gaultier at the gala of the Lycee français, March 17. An autograph please!

Anything else important I forgot?…. non bonuses, bitter cold, winter forever, no more AAA for France, a failing euros, a mormon candidate… cannot think of anything else really important
And you?


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Greg Lauren from Art to Artistry

Artist, nephew, and very good-looking Greg Lauren has exhibited his paper clothes at Art Basel Miami and last year at the French Institute in New York.

It is a work in progress that he creates on site. It is delicate, puzzling, extremely poetic.

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/9267271″>Counter Couture by Greg Lauren – Exhibition –  FIAF Gallery NYC 2010</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user2397310″>MOX</a&gt; on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Now Lauren is launching his fashion collection during Fashion Week at Barneys. Beware clothes are as pricey as works of art starting at $1,875 for a man military inspired jacket. But maybe they ARE works of art. No stains please!

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