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Moschino G&G

GilbertAndGeorgeJeremy deixa as marcas de cereais e detergentes da louça e entra na arte contemporânea.
Cola-se aos Gilbert & George e aos seus visuais mais fáceis, por serem os mais reconhecíveis.
A dupla saída de Savile Row dá mote a uma colecção punk e pós punk e pós pós punk.
E esta contradição é também assumida pelos próprios:
“George: Normal and weird at the same time—that’s the secret. To have both that frees up the brain and you are different, you have space to be creative. Your life is enhanced, like when you’re sexually attracted to someone everything is different—sky looks different, food tastes good, your whole life is affected by being in love, the difference between a haircut and a shave or having a haircut and a shave by the barber you have a crush on. It’s different, it’s more alive!”
(entrevista a Slava Mogutin, 2013)
(imagens: Existers (1984) de Gilbert & George; imagens do desfile Spring Summer 16 da Moschino)
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Jeremy leaves the cereals and detergent brands to come into contemporary art world.
Attaches his new collection to Gilbert & George and their easiest and identifiable visual effects.
The duo from Savile Row gives the collection a punk and post punk and post post punk motto.
And this contradiction is also assumed by themselves:
“George: Normal and weird at the same time—that’s the secret. To have both that frees up the brain and you are different, you have space to be creative. Your life is enhanced, like when you’re sexually attracted to someone everything is different—sky looks different, food tastes good, your whole life is affected by being in love, the difference between a haircut and a shave or having a haircut and a shave by the barber you have a crush on. It’s different, it’s more alive!”
(interviewed by Slava Mogutin, 2013)
(photos: Existers (1984) by Gilbert & George; from Moschino’s Spring Summer 16 show)

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This entry was posted on January 13, 2016 by in Arte, Modas, Uncategorized and tagged , , .
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