The Basis Louis Vuitton unveiled “Coming of Age” earlier this month on 8 April in Paris, France. The exhibition is in loving reminiscence and honour of the late Virgil Abloh, and an extension of the unique world “Coming of Age”. Located within the Frank Gehry-designed area, the exhibition might be up for 2 weeks from 13 April.
In 2019, the previous inventive director of Louis Vuitton curated a bunch exhibition titled “Coming of Age” in Los Angeles, California, in tandem with Little Massive Man Gallery. The visionary exhibition targeted on “the idea, diversities and complexities of male youth and boyhood — traversing class, race, social economics, subcultures, isolation, and camaraderie”.
Representing a bodily embodiment and homage to Virgil Ablohs’s world, the Paris exhibition reimagines and expands on the unique presentation and its narrative. As a ravishing tribute to the legendary hands-on creator, “Coming of Age” encourages actions and participation and fuses bodily occasions with digital activations.
Guests can count on to be immersed and take part alongside artists, photographers, musicians, administrators and animators. The consequence illustrates Virgil Abloh’s mission and achievement to democratise the dream personified by Louis Vuitton — providing a website open to the aspirations of individuals from all walks of life.
The riveting exhibition has travelled to a number of cities, specifically Paris, Milan, Munich, Beijing, Tokyo and Seoul. College students, artists and native communities throughout the globe have been in a position to discover their inventive sides. A do-it-yourself ‘copy centre’ was accessible to construct and create zines with favorite artworks from the exhibition.
“Coming of Age” is open to the general public and freed from cost, working from 13 to 27 April 2022. Register on your admission tickets at foundationlouisvuitton.fr.
Fondation Louis Vuitton
8 Av. du Mahatma Gandhi
Monday to Sunday
12 pm to 7 pm
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