Filter by
Art Gallery Society of NSW

Dressed to kill: When art and fashion collide

Where
Art Gallery of NSW
Art Gallery of NSW
Art Gallery Road, Sydney NSW 2000
Domain Theatre
When

Fridays, Saturdays, 10:30am to 12pm Friday 30 April to Saturday 5 June

Cost

Starting from: $35

Fashion today is a form of popular aesthetics. No-one can avoid contemporary art or fashion in everyday life: look at the handbags around you. How did we arrive at these blurred art and fashion worlds?

Join us as we explore the creative entanglement between art and fashion from the French Impressionists to the present day with a veritable roll-call of icons including Murakami, Dali, Chanel, Vuitton, Warhol and Yves Saint Laurent.

Addressing artists, designers, editors, photographers, stylists and film makers, we will uncover the affinity and divergence of art and fashion.

Sometimes harmonious, sometimes divisive, what happens when directional art and fashion collide?

Covid-safe information

The wellbeing of our members, visitors and staff is our highest priority. We are following the comprehensive Covid-Safe Plan developed by the Art Gallery of NSW in line with NSW Health guidelines, with extensive measures in place to ensure your safety. Before your visit, we encourage you to read the latest visit information

Contact event organiser

Art Gallery Society of NSW

Accessibility

Advertisement

Other events at Art Gallery of NSW

Matisse: Life & Spirit

Matisse: Life & Spirit

Discover the colour, light and joy in the greatest single exhibition of Matisse masterworks ever to be seen in Sydney
Tomorrow
Matisse Alive

Matisse Alive

A vibrant gallery-wide festival of Matisse featuring new work, projects and art from the collection
Tomorrow
The Purple House

The Purple House

A celebration of leading Pintupi artists and their enduring legacy
Tomorrow
The Way We Eat

The Way We Eat

Celebrating food through Asian art
Tomorrow
Queer Art After Hours

Queer Art After Hours

Presented by Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
2 Mar 2022