The exhibition is overwhelming

Unfortunately, Princess Diana is not represented in the exhibition. “It does not fit there,” says Manela Bach, part of the Mario Testino team. “Mario selected the photos himself.which was stocked in Harrods but failed to weather the recessionDiscount Spandex One Shoulder Beaded Draped Sheath Evening/Prom Dresses. Together with the director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, where this exhibition was before, they came up with the selection and mode of presentation. Big photos next to small ones, colour next to black and white, different frames, no frames, private pictures, advertising,wedding gowns are only a fraction of the extensive collection of dresses that bear the Jovani nameTulle sweatheart applique beaded ball party gown wedding dresses. fashion spreads. All mixedup. It’s different and refreshing.”It is bold and in your face. It is a lot. The position of the photographs all one next to the other, so close, makes it seem like a high quantity to take in. The photos are spotlit though, creating focus on each individual photograph, or celebrity, if you will. As if each photo is a shining object on a red carpet.
The exhibition is overwhelming. And fabulous at the same time. And it intends to be. Representing the overwhelming world of glamour, high fashion, fame and glitter. One may wonder about the “art-art” quality of the show, as MALBA president Eduardo Costantini puts it. He hereby refers to the line there is between high art and fashion photography.Can photography intended to sell a product be considered art? The answer lies with the ingenuity of a concept or the boldness of a composition. The photographs may surprise the visitor, who is willing to look beyond the fame of the models and the brands.Of course one can see the show in awe and desire to belong to this group of chosen people,which, miraculously, we managed to findDiscount Stunning Chiffon A-Line One-Shoulder Beaded Long Evening/Prom Dresses. who are glancing at you seductively. Yet, showing a fragrance being drunk with a straw, including Birmingham Palace guards in a photo shoot with Kate Moss, or focusing on the colour composition on the face of a model, lifts the majority of the photographs to a higher plane.

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