BERNHARD WILLHELM
​In The Daylight Hours Of The 26th APRIL 3000, 2014

Henzel Studio

€5,540 EUR 

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Hand tufted rug
Art silk
Circle shaped

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Born in Ulm, Germany
Lives and works in Los Angeles, USA

​HENZEL STUDIO X BERNHARD WILLHELM 3000:
When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger at
Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA).

Featuring a unique collaboration between HENZEL STUDIO and BERNHARD WILLHELM / JUTTA KRAUS.
Four handmade circle shaped rugs designed by Bernhard Willhelm with text that functions as proclaiming statements drawn
from the exhibition’s narrative.

 
Product attributes:

  • Limited edition and numbered, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. 
  • One of a kind and unique in its details, reflected through slight artisanal  variations in color and design.
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    • Ships within 10-12 weeks. 
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    Artist bio:

    Bernhard Willhelm (b. 1972, Ulm, Germany) and Jutta Kraus (b. 1972) studied fashion at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and the University of Westminster in London before launching the Bernhard Willhelm label in 1999. Since their first presentation of womens’ wear in Paris, they have brought a highly personal, idiosyncratic style to the arena of fashion, with work typified by craftsmanship, eclecticism, and irony, and seasonal collections presented in the forms of installation and tableaux vivant. Willhelm’s work has been presented at the Athens Biennale; the Ursula Blickle Foundation, Stuttgart; and in retrospectives at ModeMuseum, Antwerp (2007-08); Groninger Museum, Netherlands (2009-10).

    The rugs are bespoke and made to order as of May 17, 2015

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