… PHOTOGRAPHERS … ARTISTS AND THE SNAP CARDIGAN echoes the first exhibition organized around the cardigan at the gallery of the day for the month of photography 1986, two years after its opening. In 1986, the stylist, patron and collector already wrote: “A long time ago, I drew a cardigan for myself. I wanted a sweatshirt open in front, with lots of snaps to look like a Renaissance garment, a child’s clothing for grown-ups or the opposite. Since then, it has been sold and we have seen it on different people. The idea of the exhibition came to me when […]
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