Museum Report

Old days culture can be new days inspiration.


 Through my visit to LACMA I entered three exhibits; the first one was the most significant it was the Samurai: Japanese Armor. The only time I saw Samurai was in movies, however when I saw it for real I was strongly surprised, ultimate precision technic in the creation of costume is very high and unique. The second exhibit was the Kimono for a Modern Age; it was about the traditional Kimono but with deferent modern synthetic colors, new modes of textile production, and bold abstract and figurative design motifs, to keep pace with modern developments. When you sees the exhibited Kimonos you see the traditional silhouette with different kind of textiles that’s inspired by western art and special events. The last exhibit was the Hassan Hajjaj: My Rock Stars Experimental, Volume 1,2012. It was a three channel HD videos that was made by Hassan Hajjaj. In the videos were an international musician with colorful clothes that were designed by Hassan, However, the videos reflect a fusion of Moroccan craftsmanship and contemporary art.



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