BOUDICCA | when fashion meets art

by Dalit Nemirovsky | 26.08.12


After key exhibitions in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Kensington Palace and a collaboration with the London Royal Opera, BOUDICCA, one of the most interesting fashion houses in London is coming for a special exhibition in Beit Ha’ir Tel Aviv. The exhibition Isolated Moments from a Cycle, includes films, printed materials, photography, sound, sculptures and various objects created by Zowie Broach and Brian Kirkby, designers and founders of the British fashion house BOUDICCA. In addition, BOUDICCA will present designs from the current collection and from the archive collection.

Isolated Moments from a Cycle was created specifically for the circular structure of Beit Ha’ir and Bialik Square in Tel Aviv, and deals with the cyclic nature of human existence and the current state of man. In addition to BOUDICCA, the exhibition will include Brazilian shoe designer Andreia Chaves, who will present designs from her last two collections, Polish video artist Agnieszka Polska and Israeli artist Tamar Harpaz.

The designers: Zowie Broach and Brian Kirkby
Photograph by: Tomoko Suwa

Opening night: Tuseday, August 28th | 27 Bialik St., Tel Aviv.

On Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 20:30, an artist talk with the BOUDICCA duo, Zowie Broach and Brian Kirkby, will be held at Beit Ha’ir. Admission: 10 NIS.

Beit Ha’ir, located in the former Tel Aviv City Hall Building was renovated by the Tel-Aviv Jaffa Municipality in 2009 for the 100th anniversary of the city. It is part of Bialik Center, a center for Hebrew and Israeli culture that was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. .

Beit Ha’ir Museum is open to the public:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00 – 17:00
Tuesday: 9:00 – 20:00
Friday and Saturday: 10:00 – 14:00
Sunday: Closed



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