Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Chanel Mobile Art debuts in Hong Kong!

IT'S HERE!! Chanel Mobile art is a traveling contemporary art exhibition displayed in a futuristic mobile pavilion, designed by the renowned architect, Zaha Hadid.

International contemporary artists were given complete freedom to create artwork inspired by Chanel's universe and by the elements of Chanel's quilted bag, created 50 years ago by Mademoiselle Chanel.

Mobile art pavillion is referred to as a “contemporary art container,” the exterior was built in seven-foot wide segments so that the entire structure can be dismantled and moved. Here's a video of the futuristic design by Zaha Hadid!

Click here to get a FREE ticket! (HKD10 processing fee)

Chanel's mobile art will be in Tokyo, New York, London, Moscow, Paris through 2010!

Featured artists include: Lee Bul, Daniel Buren, Blue Noses, David Levinthal, Fabrice Hyber, Leandro Erlich, Loris Cecchini, Michael Lin, Nobuyoshi Araki, Pierre & Gilles, Sophie Calle, Soju Tao, Stephen Shore, Subodh Gupta, Sylvie Fleury, Tabaimo, Wim Delvoye, Yang Fudong, Yoko Ono, and Y.Z. Kami.

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