Beginning on February 7, 2015, MOCA Pacific Design Center will become host to "When Fashion Shows The Danger Then Fashion Is The Danger - Bernard Wilhelm and Jutta Kraus. 3000." From MOCA:
Since 1999, when he premiered his first collection of clothes in Paris, Bernhard Willhelm has been "moving in-between chaos and diversity." He and his team, headed by long-term collaborator Jutta Kraus, recently decamped from their Parisian atelier and relocated to Los Angeles. This site-specific work at MOCA's PDC gallery functions as a sculptural installation with a fashion sensibility and includes video, photography, and displays of ephemera and objects curated by Willhelm. Described by Willhelm as a meditation on the future of commerce and a "thinking-forward exhibition," he sees this installation as his response to the uniformity of fashion in the 21st century and a forecast of the fashion experience in the 22nd century.
The show goes through May 17, 2015 and is certainly one not to miss. For more information visit MOCA.