hangers addict exhibition by daniel rozensztroch hangers addict exhibition by daniel rozensztroch
nov 11, 2012

hangers addict exhibition by daniel rozensztroch

‘hangers addict’ exhibition at CIBONE during tokyo design week 2012image © designboom

 

‘hangers addict’ is an exhibition curated by design consultant daniel rozensztroch on the basis of his book ‘cintres hangers’ which documents the development of the basic clothing storage device. realized in collaboration with paris concept store ‘merci‘ on the occasion of tokyo design week 2012, the presentation of more than 150 hangers adorned the walls of cibone‘s aoyama store, surveying the evolution of clothing and the progress of industrialization.the historic overview highlighted vintage designs as well as bringing light to more contemporary interpretations of the everyday object,some standing as functional, while others were conceived more as sculptural art pieces and perhaps less practical for daily use.

 

 

a 1930’s designimage © designboom

 

 two types of hangers for trousers and an extensible hangerimage © designboom

a collared hangerimage © designboom

 more than 150 hangers adorned the walls of cibone’s aoyama storeimage © designboom

 

 

more than 150 hangers adorned the walls of cibone’s aoyama storeimage © designboom

 

 

some of the hangers seem more like mechanical contraptionsimage © designboom

hangers at the entance of the cibone shopimage © designboom

t-shirt hangerimage © designboom

 

 

 

installation view of more contemporary takes on the basic clothes hanger

 

‘cintres hangers’ publication by daniel rozensztrochimage © designboom

 

table display of danel rozensztroch’s book for which the exhibition is based onimage © designboom

  • simplistic
    artsy-fartsy
    so what
    OK… fun is good
    “not everything has to have a deep and dark meaning………<<<<<<<"
    humor :)))))))
    but so what ???????????????????????????

    Paedra says:

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