Skin Tight: The Sensibility of the Flesh [Photography, Fashion, Exhibition Guide]

Staple-bound wraps with the title printed in gold on a large white rubber band that is wrapped around the first half of the book near the spine, and housed in the original fitted zip-lock bag, 20 by 24.8 cm, [60] pp., heavily illus. in full-color. Fine in near fine bag. Scarce in this complete condition. The purpose of this exhibit was to “examine the work of fashion designers who parallel artists in their conceptual approaches” at a time when “the creative endeavors of art and design are constantly being blurred.” Skin Tight was conceived around three major categories, “the architecture of the body, the sexualized body, and the deconstruction of the body … that reflect contemporary anxieties and suppositions related both to the body itself and the emotional resonances connected to it.” Includes essays by Fitzpatrick, Chivaratanond, Bonnet, Evans, Esch, Carrara, and Edelkoort, and designer biographies of Walter Van Beirendonck, Boudicca, Hussein Chalayan, Li Edelkoort, Maison Martin Margiela, Raf Simmon, Under Cover, A.F. Vendervorst, Viktor & Rolf, and Bernhard Willhelm.

Title: Skin Tight: The Sensibility of the Flesh [Photography, Fashion, Exhibition Guide]

Author Name: Fitzpatrick, Robert; Sylvia Chivaratanond; Frédéric Bonnet; Caroline Evans; Gerdi Esch; Gillion Carrara; Li Edelkoort

Categories: Art, Fashion, Photography,

Edition: first printing

Publisher: Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: fine

Seller ID: 3695