The Rage in Eden

Begüm Sekendiz Boré's Paris Womenswear AW13 is a bucolic waiting room

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Alice Anderson, "Immured", 2008, site-specific sculpture made of 3000 metres of red fibre. YOHJI YAMAMOTO

Begüm Sekendiz Boré is a visual artist and writer based in Paris, cross-referencing fashion with ideas from fine art and contemporary culture to create new dialogues. Again & Again collects original works by the French artist on the fashion weeks and beyond. 

In Milan's Poetry in MotionGucci had arrived just in time with Manolo Valdés Sculptures from the Bronx Botanical Gardens.

In Paris, Christian Dior arrives with a Jim Lambie sculpture from the Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden and it was about time: Jim Lambie had last made an appearance in Jil Sander Men's SS11 Collection. Things looks serenely bucolic but it's just the calm before the storm. The calm before the Rage In Eden, to be more specific. Have a look at Ultravox's Rage In Eden album cover designed by Peter Saville and you'll get the drift.

Check out Begüm Sekendiz Boré's blog here dandygum.blogspot.co.uk

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Jim Lambie, "Secret Affair", 2008, stainless steel, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh DIOR
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Alice Anderson, "Mother Web", 2010, site-specific sculpture made of 5000 metres of red fibre RICK OWENS
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H-Omer Design, "Windswept Wire Tree Sculpture", Copper wire and rock DRIES VAN NOTEN
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Alice Anderson, "Immured", 2008, site-specific sculpture made of 3000 metres of red fibre. YOHJI YAMAMOTO
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Christo and Jeanne-Claude, drawing from '"The Gates, Central Park, New York", Metropolitan Museum of Art ACNE STUDIOS
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Christo and Jeanne-Claude, "The Gates, Central Park, New York", 2005 VIVIENNE WESTWOOD GOLD LABEL
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