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Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture
First major museum exhibition devoted to fashion and architecture
MOCA, November 21, 2006
Foreign Office Architects_Yokohama
Foreign Office Architects_Yokohama

Taking full advantage of its location in a city renowned for its innovative architecture, MOCA has established a long and distinguished history of engagement with architecture through such exhibitions as Blueprints for Modern Living: The History and Legacy of the Case Study Houses (1989), At the End of the Century: One Hundred Years of Architecture (2000), The Architecture of R.M. Schindler (2001), What’s Shakin’: New Architecture in Los Angeles (2001), Frank Gehry: Work in Progress (2003), and Jean Prouvé: Three Nomadic Structures (2005). In addition, MOCA has presented exhibitions featuring some of the most important designers of our time Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec (industrial design), J Mays (car design), and Roy McMakin (furniture design). Skin + Bones expands MOCA’s purview to the most intimate of designed objects clothing and circles back out to the most public built structures.

Foreign Office Architects_Yokohama
Foreign Office Architects_Yokohama
 
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Junya Watanabe_CDG
 
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