Author Archives: Hadley Feingold

Sculptural Fashion: Current Conversations

My previous research piece explored sculptural fashion and how volume and structure can be used to study its interaction and influence by or on the body. By taking a look at established brands and the work of select designers, examples

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Sculptural Fashion: Current Conversations

My previous research piece explored sculptural fashion and how volume and structure can be used to study its interaction and influence by or on the body. By taking a look at established brands and the work of select designers, examples

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February Fiber Art Picks!

Derrick Adams. Photo by Terrence Jennings, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.   “Derrick Adams: Sanctuary” Museum of Art and Design (MAD) Through August 12th, 2018   Exhibition Talk: “In Conversation: Derrick Adams with Alvin Hall and Dexter

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February Fiber Art Picks!

Derrick Adams. Photo by Terrence Jennings, courtesy of the Museum of Arts and Design.   “Derrick Adams: Sanctuary” Museum of Art and Design (MAD) Through August 12th, 2018   Exhibition Talk: “In Conversation: Derrick Adams with Alvin Hall and Dexter

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Sculptural Fashion: Volume, Structure, and the Body

Fashion necessitates a body. What is fashion without a body beneath? The interaction between the two is one that, as trends and materials come and go, will always remain. The nature of the interaction, at least on the runway, is

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Sculptural Fashion: Volume, Structure, and the Body

Fashion necessitates a body. What is fashion without a body beneath? The interaction between the two is one that, as trends and materials come and go, will always remain. The nature of the interaction, at least on the runway, is

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January Fiber Art Picks!

Photo courtesy of Museum of the City of New York.   “Mod New York: Fashion Takes a Trip” Museum of the City of New York Through April 1, 2018 A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New

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January Fiber Art Picks!

Photo courtesy of Museum of the City of New York.   “Mod New York: Fashion Takes a Trip” Museum of the City of New York Through April 1, 2018 A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New

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December Fiber Art Picks!

Aqeel Malcolm, Deconstructing the Barber Cape, Photo courtesy of Aqeel Malcolm.    “Fibers and Figures” Sotheby’s Institute of Art (570 Lexington Ave) Featured artists are Liz Collins, Sarah Finkle, Aqeel Malcolm, and Lily Moebes Opening reception: December 6th, 2017, 6-8pm. Tickets

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December Fiber Art Picks!

Aqeel Malcolm, Deconstructing the Barber Cape, Photo courtesy of Aqeel Malcolm.    “Fibers and Figures” Sotheby’s Institute of Art (570 Lexington Ave) Featured artists are Liz Collins, Sarah Finkle, Aqeel Malcolm, and Lily Moebes Opening reception: December 6th, 2017, 6-8pm. Tickets

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Textile Science: More Than Just Wearable Tech

Science & Textiles For many people, “textile science” brings to mind immediate thoughts on wearable technology and “smart” textiles. And it’s true! Over the past 60 years or so, the textile industry has completely revolutionized at a pace never before

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Textile Science: More Than Just Wearable Tech

Science & Textiles For many people, “textile science” brings to mind immediate thoughts on wearable technology and “smart” textiles. And it’s true! Over the past 60 years or so, the textile industry has completely revolutionized at a pace never before

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November Fiber Art Picks!

Xenobia Bailey amongst her work. Photo courtesy of MAD. Xenobia Bailey “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field” Museum of Art and Design Through December 17, 2017   Two new artists, Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield, rotate into the second

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November Fiber Art Picks!

Xenobia Bailey amongst her work. Photo courtesy of MAD. Xenobia Bailey “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field” Museum of Art and Design Through December 17, 2017   Two new artists, Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield, rotate into the second

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October Fiber Art Picks!

“DUALITY” Final Exhibition of Textile Arts Center Artists in Residence, Cycle 8 Featuring works by Andrew Boos, Isabella Amstrup, Martha Skou, Mia Daniels, Rebekah Bassen, Sarah Finkle, and Vien Le Wood Gowanus Loft Gallery October 19 – 20, 2017 Opening

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October Fiber Art Picks!

“DUALITY” Final Exhibition of Textile Arts Center Artists in Residence, Cycle 8 Featuring works by Andrew Boos, Isabella Amstrup, Martha Skou, Mia Daniels, Rebekah Bassen, Sarah Finkle, and Vien Le Wood Gowanus Loft Gallery October 19 – 20, 2017 Opening

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