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Refashioning: CFGNY and Wataru Tominaga at Japan Society
November 18, 2022
L-R: CFGNY, New Fashion II, 2018, Courtesty of CFGNY. Photograph by David Brandon Geeting and Wataru Tominaga, Untitled from 31st Hyères Mode Festival, 2016, 2015, Courtesy of Wataru Tominaga
Refashioning: CFGNY and Wataru Tominaga, Japan Society
November 18, 2022-February 19, 2023
Japan Society presents the exhibition Refashioning: CFGNY and Wataru Tominaga from November 18, 2022 through February 19, 2023. The first show devoted to the art of contemporary fashion at Japan Society, the exhibition explores the work of CFGNY and Wataru Tominaga, two emerging fashion labels that engage with the intersections between fashion, art, and identity. Featuring garments, accessories, and textile-related works, the exhibition examines the ways in which these two practices—one based in New York, and the other in Tokyo—experiment with artistic mediums beyond conventional forms of dress, while challenging preconceived notions of gender and identity.
Artists in Conversation: CFGNY and Wataru Tominaga
In-person event, November 22 at 6pm
Join fashion and art collective CFGNY and designer Wataru Tominaga for a talk delving into their artistic practices and the works featured in their new exhibition, Refashioning: CFGNY and Wataru Tominaga. Moderated by Dr. Yuniya Kawamura, Professor of Sociology at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, this conversation will highlight the artists’ distinctive, yet shared approaches to exploring fashion as a medium to initiate broader dialogues.
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