Exhibition "Art Deco Style. Interwar ...
Share
mail
License license
loading...
Loading ...

Panoramic photo by Vil Muhametshin EXPERT MAESTRO Taken 13:07, 30/10/2010 - Views loading...

Advertisement

Exhibition "Art Deco Style. Interwar Period Fashion Design" at the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design in Riga

The World > Europe > Latvia > Riga

  • Like / unlike
  • thumbs up
  • thumbs down

The exhibition “Art Deco Style. Interwar Period Fashion Design” from the private collection of Alexandre Vassilev (Paris) is dedicated to the European fashion development in the Interwar period (1918-1939). The display comprises 80 outfits and more than 200 accessories, as well as photos and paintings related to the 1920s and 30s, telling the story about manifold changes in the fashion of the time in Europe. The leading style of this turbulent time was Art Deco. This artistic and design style was named after the 1925 exhibition in Paris: Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes.

Read more at - http://www.lnmm.lv/en/dmdm/info/explore/exhibition/2010/art-deco-style-interwar-period-fashion-design



Izstāde Art Deco stils – starpkaru perioda mode no Aleksandra Vasiļjeva /Alexandre Vassiliev/ Parīzes kolekcijas veltīta Eiropas sieviešu modes attīstībai starpkaru periodā /1918-1939/. Tajā eksponēti 80 tērpi un vairāk nekā 200 aksesuāru, kā arī fotogrāfijas un gleznas, kas attiecas uz 20.gs. 20.-30. gadu periodu un stāsta par pārmaiņām, ko pārcieta tā laika Eiropas mode, kad par vadošo arhitektūras, interjeru un dekoratīvi lietišķās mākslas stilu kļuva Art Deco stils, kas savu nosaukumu ieguva Parīzes Dekoratīvas mākslas izstādē (Des Arts Decoratifs) 1925. gadā.

Vairāk - http://www.lnmm.lv/lv/dmdm/info/explore/exhibition/2010/art-deco-style-interwar-period-fashion-design/

comments powered by Disqus

Nearby images in Riga

map

A: Art Deco Style. Interwar Period Fashion Design exhibition in Riga

by Vil Muhametshin, less than 10 meters away

The end of World War I lead to significant changes in the political map of the world. Due to the coll...

Art Deco Style. Interwar Period Fashion Design exhibition in Riga

B: Fashion interwar period

by Dashkov Vladimir, 10 meters away

The exhibition includes more than 250 exhibits, among which can be found in a genuine fashion beads f...

Fashion interwar period

C: Fashion interwar period

by Dashkov Vladimir, 10 meters away

Alexander Vasilyev, a renowned fashion historian, interior decorator, stage designer, popular books a...

Fashion interwar period

D:

by Uldis Bardins, 30 meters away

E: St. Peter's Church is a tall Lutheran church in Riga

by Igor Dubakov, 30 meters away

First mention of the St. Peter's Church is in records dating to 1209. The church was a masonry constr...

St. Peter's Church  is a tall Lutheran church in Riga

F: Konventa Seta and St. George's Church

by Vil Muhametshin, 30 meters away

St. George’s (Sv. Jura) church is the oldest stone building in Riga, its construction started in 1204...

Konventa Seta and St. George's Church

G: Konventa Seta and St. George's Church

by Vil Muhametshin, 30 meters away

St. George’s (Sv. Jura) church is the oldest stone building in Riga, its construction started in 1204...

Konventa Seta and St. George's Church

H: Skarnu (Butchers’) Street in Old Riga, Latvia

by Vil Muhametshin, 30 meters away

Skarnu (Butchers’) Street is one of the most beautiful streets in the old town – St. Peter’s (Petera)...

Skarnu (Butchers’) Street in Old Riga, Latvia

I: Konventa Seta

by Uwe Wirtjes, 40 meters away

Konventa Seta

J: Riga amber museum

by Dashkov Vladimir, 50 meters away

Amber has been appreciated for its color and natural beauty since "Neolithic" times. Good quality amb...

Riga amber museum

This panorama was taken in Riga

This is an overview of Riga

Originated from a small fishermen village, for centuries Riga has been an important part of the trade chain between Russia and Western Europe. A lively crossroad of cultures and backgrounds for over 800 years, the historical centre of Riga has accumulated an impressive cultural baggage and today is justly included in the UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

Share this panorama