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- Bloomsbury Visual Arts
- Wallenberg, Louise (ed.), Kollnitz, Andrea (ed.)
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Art and fashion have long gone hand in hand, but it was during the modernist period that fashion first gained equal value to - and took on the same aesthetic ideals as - painting, film, photography, dance, and literature. Combining high and low art forms, modernism turned fashion designers into artists and vice versa. Bringing together internationally renowned scholars across a range of disciplines, this vibrant volume explores the history and significance of the relationship between modernism and fashion and examines how the intimate connection between these fields remains evident today, with contemporary designers relating their work to art and artists problematizing fashion in their works. With chapters on a variety topics ranging from Russian constructionism and clothing to tango and fashion in the early 20th century, Fashion and Modernism is essential reading for students and scholars of fashion, dress history, and art history alike. Contributors: Patrizia Calefato, Caroline Evans, Ulrich Lehmann, Astrid Soederbergh Widding, Alessandra Vaccari, Olga Vainshtein, Sven-Olov Wallenstein
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Overall, this is an enjoyable book ... [W]ill be of interest to general scholars of the modernist period as well as those with a specific interest in dress and fashion history. * The Journal of Dress History *
Louise Wallenberg is Associate Professor of Fashion Studies and holds a PhD in Cinema Studies. She was the establishing Director of the Centre for Fashion Studies, 2006-2013. Andrea Kollnitz is is Associate Professor of Art History and Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Fashion Studies at Stockholm University.
List of Figures Notes on Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction by Louise Wallenberg and Andrea Kollnitz PART I: 'Fashion, Change, Modernism' 1.Sven-Olov Wallenstein, 'Tarde, Simmel and the Logic of Fashion' 2.Patrizia Calefato, 'Italian Futurismo and Fashion' 3.Ulrich Lehmann, 'Modernism v. Feminism: George Sand, Paul Gavarni and Trousers for Women' 4.Louise Wallenberg, 'Menilmontant: Time, Space and Urbanity' 5.Olga Vainshtein, 'Designing the Future: Constructivist Laboratory of Fashion' PART II: 'Creators and Creations' 6.Caroline Evans, 'Paris-New York 1925: Jean Patou's Advertising' 7.Alessandra Vaccari, 'The Slit Skirt: Fashion and Empathy in the Tango Era' 8.Andrea Kollnitz, 'Look at Me! Fashion as Expression and Strategy in Isaac Grunewald's and Sigrid Hjerten's Painting and Self-Staging' 9.Astrid Soederbergh Widding, 'Mago's Modernism: Fashion and the Modern from Smiling Summer Night to Hour of the Wolf' Bibliography Index