Miss Dior exhibition, Paris – 15 women artists

Polly Apfelbaum, Rainbow Niravana Houndstooth, 2012

15 contemporary women artists were free to express their artistic point of view on Miss Dior… Some chose to work on the shape of the bottle, some other on the scent of the fragrance and some few ones decided to work on the subtle definition of Miss Dior through its iconic faces like Nathalie Portman. My favorite ones are the ones presented by Lara Baladi (which was so entertaining with all the hidden codes of the house), Alyson Shotz (so many shades of colors in one sculpture, absolutely intriguing!) and Joana Vasconcelos who made a fantastic work on the bow present on the new bottle of Miss Dior.

Lara Baladi, Don’t touch me tomatoes & chachacha for Miss Dior, 2013
Carole Benzaken , Arborescence, 2012
Lee Bul, Cella, 2012-2013
Karen Kilmnik, Sans Titre (Folly for Dior), 2013
Carla Mattii, Type Gardens #5
Maria Nepomuceno, Delilah, 2012-2013
Shirin Neshat, Illusions and Mirrors, 2013
Tomoko Shioyasu, Spiral Rose, 2012
Alyson Shotz, Infinite Rose, 2013
Hannah Starkey, Bow, 2013
Joana Vasconcelos, J’adore Miss Dior, 2013
Ionna Vautrin, Gloriette, 2013
Liang Yuanwei, In to the dust, 2012
Nika Zupanc, Room of one’s own, 2013

Photo credits: dior.com

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