Thursday, August 27, 2009

Dress Tents



In the last weekend, when we went to the Caixa Cultural Center to see the exhibition of prize-winners of 2009 World Press Photo Contest, we are faced with a work at least unusual: one of the works of Robin Lasser and Adrienne Pao: The Dress Tents.

Na semana passada, quando fomos ao Centro Cultural da Caixa para ver a exposição dos premiados de 2009 do World Press Photo Contest, nos deparamos com um trabalho no mínimo inusitado: uma das obras de Robin Lasser e Adrienne Pao: os "Dress Tents".





Till 06 September, the Caixa Cultural Center will present the exhibition of the "Dress Tents": clothes that blend with the environment and environments that interfere with the clothes ... For more informations about this bizarre work, click here.

Até 06 de setembro, a Caixa Cultural Center vai apresentar a exposição "Dress Tents": roupas que combinam com o ambiente e os ambientes que interferem com a roupa ... Para mais informações sobre este trabalho bizarro, clique aqui.

3 comments:

  1. dress tents? I want to have one!

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  2. Our 3 daughters would have fun playing in the first, top tent!

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  3. Looks like a very interesting, funny exhibit. The red gingham pattern would probably attract very bear and insect within miles of a campsite.

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