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Posts Tagged ‘Aware: Art Fashion Identity’

Aware: Art Fashion Identity at the Royal Academy

The third exhibition of contemporary art at the Royal Academy's Burlington Gardens space explores how clothes are used by artists and designers as a form of communication to reveal and conceal identity

Written by Sally Mumby-Croft

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In 2009, the Royal Academy of Art’s exhibition exploring contemporary art, Earth: Art of a Changing World featured a selection of artists engaging with the physical impacts of Climate Change. For 2010 the Royal Academy turned it’s attention to the subject of identity and clothing in read more

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