MOAM @ Gallery Fontana Fortuna.
MOAM will show designer Fong Leng, top photographer Paul Huf and the Dutch magazine with international allure ‘Avenue’. Besides being exhibited, these icons serve as an inspiration for a reinterpretation to 2012 by twelve Dutch creative talents, like fashion-journalist Georgette Koning, denim-king G-Star and rising star Jan Boelo. The original piece and the young artists new translation will be exhibited next to each other and will therefor create a new and creative vision on Dutch fashion. An inspiring exhibition which combines the established order and unique young talent with great enthusiasm. An interesting ‘cross-pollina- tion’ between all disciplines of fashion.
Avenue – Frans Ankoné translated by Sonny Groo and Marco van Rijt Constance Wibaut translated by Georgette Koning Ellis Faas translated by Inglot Cosmetics Frans Molenaar translated by Jan Boelo Fong Leng translated by MaryMe-JimmyPaul Linda Spierings translated by Marte van Haaster Marte Röling translated by Martine Johanna Mathilde Willink translated by Aynouk Tan ft Pinar&Viola Paul Huf translated by Petrovsky & Ramone Puck & Hans translated by Nelleke Strijkers en Wouter Vandenbrink Viktor & Rolf translated by Winde Rienstra ..with iconic items of Mac & Maggie and G-Star
Alongside MOAM, the Fontana Fortuna shows the exhibition ‘The Ruins of Detroit’ by Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre.
MOAM is an initiative and graduation project by Martijn Nekoui whom studies branding at Amsterdam Fashion Institute. Combining fashion and culture and presenting this to a broad audience is his fascination.
Gallery Fontana Fortuna, Keizersgracht 105, Amsterdam
from Friday the 15th of June till Saturday the 30th of June (Thurday -
Saturday 14:00 – 18:00)
More information: Martijn Nekoui / firstname.lastname@example.org