New Nordic Fashion Illustration

Textilmuseet, Borås

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Meet contemporary Nordic fashion illustration of twenty illustrators with closer hundred works in the exhibition, which focuses on an art form in the rise.

The exhibition New Nordic Fashion Illustration Vol 2 shows selected works by 20 Nordic fashion illustrators. Fashion Illustration during the past decade had Allmer attention of art historians, in exhibitions, fashion magazines and other publications. In the international traveling exhibition features nearly a hundred works by contemporary fashion illustrators from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Estonia.

Fashion Illustration is a contradictory, multifaceted and attractive topic because it exists in a world of their own somewhere between advertising and art. Curator Toomas Volkmann argue that fashion illustration has a unique position due to its paradoxical nature - on the one hand extremely contemporary in its reflection of the modern consumer society, and on the other hand, strongly linked toboth general art history drawing tradition. Severe Defined are often forced out of the periphery of the art world, but now keeps it on redress and be taken seriously as an art form to be reckoned with.

New Nordic Fashion Illustration Vol 2 has previously been demonstrated in Tallinn (Estonia), Thbilisi (Georgia), Pärnu (Estonia) and Budapest (Hungary). It contains nearly a hundred works of fashion illustrators Marju Tammik, Anu Samarüütel, British Samoson and Katlin Kaljuvee from Estonia; Laura Laine, Annu Kilpeläinen and Riikka Sormunen from Finland; Cecilia Carlstedt, Stina Persson, Daniel Egnéus, Sara Andreasson and Liselotte Watkins from Sweden; Naja Conrad-Hansen, Mia Marie Overgaard Mads Berg and Lisa Grue from Denmark; and Ezra Roise, Natalie Foss, Magnus Voll Mathiassen and Hans Christian Øren from Norway.

The exhibition is produced by the Estonian Art Society MTÜ Kunstiloomus and displayed for the first time in Swedenat the Textile Museum.

Opening hours

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1 / 9-31 / 5 Tuesday - Wednesday 12-17 Thursday 12-19 Friday 12-17 Saturday - Sunday 12-16 Monday closed 1 / 6-31 / 8 Tuesday-Sunday 11-16 Monday closed Check the opening hours on public holidays at www .textilmuseet.se

Price information

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Adult / Senior: 50 kr.
Children and young people up to 25 and students: free admission.
Annual pass: $ 100.

Public transportation

Directions

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Textile Museum is located in Textile Fashion Center, located between the center of Borås and Knalleland in the new district Simonsland. By car: From Trollhättan / Vänersborg: Follow Highway 42 in Knalleland roundabout, continue on Skaraborgsvägen about 500 meters before the Textile Fashion Center on your right. From Gothenburg / Jönköping: Follow Highway 40 towards Borås. Take exit 86-Annelund junction from road 40. Continue on Arla Street / Kungsgatan (RV 42) north through the town until you reach the railway street level with the University of Borås. Turn left and follow Railway Street over the railway to Skaraborgsvägen. From Växjö / Varberg: Follow Highway 27/41 until Annelund junction. Continue along Arla Road (RV 42). Take Rautatiekatu against Skaraborgsvägen. By train / bus Travel Centre: From the railway station / Travel Centre is within walking distance to the Textile Museum, it takes about 10 minutes. If you come by train, you have the station building to the right, coming by bus, you have the station buildingon your left, continue straight on Stationsgatan. Then follow Sven Erikson Street river vistas. Turn left onto Dawson Street, go under the railway bridge and straight on to the Textile fashion center where the Textile Museum is located. By bus from South Square: Take the line No. 1 or 3, get off at the stop Simonsland. You see Textile Fashion Center in front of the bus stop.

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