Exhibition curated by Polona Dolžan. The Immersive installation Break Factor exploreExhibition curated by Polona Dolžan. Bringing together set designer, Sarah McNabb, fashion designer, Louise Gray, sound designer, Shervin Shaeri and dance artist, Alethia Antonia.
The exhibition was timed with the release of Lou Stoppard’s book, ‘Fashion Together: Fashion’s Most Extraordinary Duos on the Art of Collaboration’, published by Rizzoli, which can be bought via Claire de Rouen Books. The exhibition was curated by Lou Stoppard and commissioned by Ligaya Salazar.
Polyphonic Playground was a ground-breaking, playable structure commissioned by Fashion Space Gallery and designed by Studio PSK . It was last on display at Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound at the Museum of Art and Design, New York.
Present Imperfect explored museal conventions: experimentation and innovation are core objectives of the University of the Arts research Centre for Fashion Curation. Commissioned by Ligaya Salazar, Fashion Space Gallery and presented in collaboration with Centre for Fashion Curation.
Film by Juriaan Booij + Studio Swine The exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue designed by Czech graphics and design collective OKOLO, it includes contributions by Kristen Gallerneaux, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Lily Cole, Ligaya Salazar, Karel Veselý and Studio Swine.
Benjamin John Hall, Fashion Space Gallery’s first design resident, took inspiration from current geopolitical issues and espionage. Exhibition Design by Steven Legget. Graphic Design by Nikos Georgopoulos.
Designers included: ANREALAGE, Bart Hess, POSTmatter, Simone C. Niquille and Alexander Porter, Flora Miranda, Texturall and Tigran Avetisyan. Digital Disturbances was curated by Leanne Wierzba and commissioned by Ligaya Salazar.
This exhibition focused on Alexander McQueen’s catwalk make-up and coincided with the major retrospective of his work, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at the V&A. Curated by Polona Dolzan and commissioned by Ligaya Salazar.
Don’t Stop Now: Fashion Photography Next was initiated by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam and co-produced with Fashion Space Gallery, London College of Fashion. The exhibition was curated by Magdalene Keaney and is accompanied by a book published by Thames and Hudson, Fashion Photography Next, 2014.
This exhibition featured newly commissioned work by set designer Simon Costin, renowned for his work with Tim Walker and Alexander McQueen, and questioned what catwalk shows could be if the possibilities were limitless. Curated by Ligaya Salazar.
This selection shown at Fashion Space Gallery included works by Boudicca, Hussein Chalayan, Lucy and Jorge Orta, and Helen Storey, whose practice bridges the boundaries between fashion and art. Curated by Adriano Berengo and James Putnam.
This exhibition explored the friendship and working practices of two extraordinarily talented, creative women, Californian artist Marion Pike and Coco Chanel. Curated by Amy de la Haye. All objects were lent by Jeffie Pike Durham.
Leather: Second Skin coincided with the 125th anniversary of Cordwainers at London College of Fashion, and was a celebration of the use and interrogation of leather by students, alumni and practitioners at the college. Curated by Leanne Wierzba and Gemma Williams.
The second in a series of exhibitions that showcased the brightest young talent across the field of fashion. Curated by Ligaya Salazar and Polona Dolžan. The exhibition series was devised by Magdalene Keaney.
By presenting the work of eight emerging fashion labels, this exhibition explored a number of ways in which young designers are pushing boundaries in the creation of contemporary womenswear. Curated by Leanne Wierzba and Gemma Williams.
David McDiarmid (1952–95) was an artist, DJ, graphic designer, fashion designer and queer political activist. A Short History of Facial Hair has been digitised and recreated as a film by Fashion Space Gallery, directed by Hermano Silva.
This extraordinary body of work immerses us in this colourful and wonderful world, drawing our attention to the beauty and depth of The New Gypsies as individuals and as part of a community. Curated by Bruno Ceschel.
This exhibition was part of ongoing research by Judith Clark, who is a Professor of Fashion and Museology at London College of Fashion and an independent exhibition maker, into how a story or a chosen history is reconstructed and displayed through the use of mannequins, the selection of clothes and exhibition props.
Fastnacht is a photographic project by Axel Hoedt. In the making of these images, predominantly portraits, Hoedt travelled across Southern Germany, setting up a portable studio in the villages he visited, and working with a large-format camera.