The Bernhard Willhelm: 3000 Exhibition amalgamates design and men’s fashion. The installation is currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles. ‘3000’ is the first American museum exhibition showcasing the work of fashion designers Bernhard Willhelm and Jutta Kraus. The art installation features the designer's AW15 collection that is curated in a museum in an unlikely fashion. In Bernhard Willhelm: 3000, one can see manikins hanging from the ceiling over aquariums, blown up garbage bags with mini TVs and tables with inanimate objects.
MOCA presents the collections as, "an experiment. Through the emotive qualities of the work in the exhibition, it also serves as an opening to a dialogue between art, fashion and consumerism."
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