Artist Gabriel Asfour, of the group design collaborative threeASFOUR, among his fashion work in the newest Mint Museum-organized exhibition, Body Embellishment, which explores the most innovative artistic expression in the 21st-century international arenas of body extension, augmentation, and modification. The exhibition will be on view from April 11 through September 6, 2015, and includes approximately 100 objects by artists and designers, also including Naomi Yasuda (whose work has appeared on the nails of Madonna , among others), Stephanie Tamez, Mi-Ah Ršdiger, and Nora Fok. It is accompanied by a dynamic interactive digital exhibition catalogue authored by Mint curators, which will be available in the gallery and via mintmuseum.org.
Artist Gabriel Asfour, of the group design collaborative threeASFOUR, among his fashion work in the newest Mint Museum-organized exhibition, Body Embellishment, which explores the most innovative artistic expression in the 21st-century international arenas of body extension, augmentation, and modification. The exhibition will be on view from April 11 through September 6, 2015, and includes approximately 100 objects by artists and designers, also including Naomi Yasuda (whose work has appeared on the nails of Madonna , among others), Stephanie Tamez, Mi-Ah Ršdiger, and Nora Fok. It is accompanied by a dynamic interactive digital exhibition catalogue authored by Mint curators, which will be available in the gallery and via mintmuseum.org. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Artist Gabriel Asfour, of the group design collaborative threeASFOUR, among his fashion work in the newest Mint Museum-organized exhibition, Body Embellishment, which explores the most innovative artistic expression in the 21st-century international arenas of body extension, augmentation, and modification. The exhibition will be on view from April 11 through September 6, 2015, and includes approximately 100 objects by artists and designers, also including Naomi Yasuda (whose work has appeared on the nails of Madonna , among others), Stephanie Tamez, Mi-Ah Ršdiger, and Nora Fok. It is accompanied by a dynamic interactive digital exhibition catalogue authored by Mint curators, which will be available in the gallery and via mintmuseum.org. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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