Intermission 1 : Hedi Slimane

Bonami, Francesco / Sans, Jerome

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unpaginated. Artist book by fashion designer Hedi Slimane with text by Francesco Bonami. Heavy stock pages with colour photography of drawn hotel room curtains alternating with full page reflective silver coated stock. Tight, sound binding, an unread copy. Laminated white paper covered boards with stamped and printed titles in black. Colour pictorial half-length dustjacket protected by clear plastic cover. Very slight dent to the foredge of the back panel otherwise in fine condition. Due to weight (1.1 kg /2.42 lbs + packaging) additional shipping fees are required. Please contact us for details. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Intermission 1 : Hedi Slimane
Publisher: Edizioni Charta
Publication Date: 2002
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: First Edition

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Published by Edizioni Charta (2002)
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Book Description Edizioni Charta, 2002. Firenze, Stazione Leopolda, 19 giugno - 16 luglio 2002. Edited by Sans J. His mother Italian, his father Tunisian and his grandmother Brazilian, Hedi Slimane was born in Paris in 1967 and took his first steps in this sphere almost by chance. Hardly had the most powerful pen of the fashion press, Suzy Menkes of the Herald Tribune, spoken of him with enthusiasm than all doors swung open for the young man. Today he need fear no rivals. One of today's most influential fashion designers, he has created a new identity and style for contemporary man; he is certainly the person to whom we owe the transformation of the Maison Dior into an icon of our times. In October 2001 Francesco Bonami, senior curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chicago and director of the Venice Biennial and Jèrome Sans, co-director of the Palais de Tokyo of Paris proposed that Hedi Slimane should set up an exhibition in Florence within the scope of the Pitti Immagine shows, and produce a book. The title of the project is Intermission and it is the visual expression of Slimane's metal process, dominated at its core by contemporary aesthetics. Bookseller Inventory # 115502

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Book Description Charta, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. illustrated edition. 208 pages. 12.00x8.75x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk8881583747

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Book Description Edizioni Charta Srl, Italy, 2002. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. One of today s most influential fashion designers, Hedi Slimane was born in Paris in 1967. Responsible for creating a new identity and style for the contemporary man, he is the person to whom we owe the transformation of the House of Dior into an icon of our times. This book is a result of a proposal by Francesco Bonami, curator of the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art and the Director of the Venice Biennial, together with Jerome Sans, Co-Director of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, who suggested Slimane should set up an exhibition in Florence and publish this book. Bookseller Inventory # LIO9788881583744

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