Fast Fashion Slow Art

Fast Fashion Slow Art

Fast Fashion Slow Art

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Exhibition co-curators Bibiana Obler, associate professor of art history at the Corcoran School of Art and Design at George Washington University, and Phyllis Rosenzweig, curator emerita at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, discuss the exhibition Fast Fashion/Slow Art. The decision to leave the art communities of New York and Los Angeles was really hard because I thought if I left I would be cutting my chances of being an artist forever. But seeing how badly fast fashion affects these communities, it seems like the work of teaching is a better platform for reaching the wholeness that I want for everyone. Around 100 billion items of clothing are delivered out of garment factories around the world every year. Collectively, the world’s population buys 400 per cent more clothes than we did 20 years ago. A 'reintroduction' to the exhibition 'Fast Fashion/Slow Art' by Bibiana Obler and Phyllis Rosenzweig, co-curators, following the show's.

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Fast Fashion Slow Art

The section of the exhibition examining fast fashion explains how the global fast fashion industry functions and how producers and consumers are interconnected. Fair and Sustainable: Slow Fashion Public interest in fair fashion is increasing as a result of the public discourse about the consequences of fast fashion for people and the environment.

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