Barrett Barrera Projects represents artists who blur traditional disciplinary boundaries.
Charlie le Mindu is a Los Angeles-based visual artist who has pioneered the use of human hair, among other nontraditional materials, to blend the worlds of fashion, performance art and installation.
London-based collaborative Fantich & Young merge fine art, design and fashion through the juxtaposition and manipulation of symbolic ready-made objects. Paralleling both natural and social evolution, their work calls into question the theory of natural selection, with nods to ceremonial ritual and the supernatural.
Paris-based designer Hideki Seo describes his work as “more artistic than fashion-based” – characterizing his pieces as wearable sculpture. Exaggerating traditional proportions and emblazoning his forms with bright colors and patterns, Seo’s garments draw inspiration from his extensive international travels.
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