Palazzo Reale, Dolce&Gabbana and IMG today announced initial details of ‘From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana’, the first ever exhibition of the fashion house’s one-of-a-kind creations, that tells the artistic and creative story of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.
The exhibition will launch at Palazzo Reale in Milan, where it will be open to the public from Sunday 7 April to Wednesday 31 July, and will be followed by an international tour of some of the world’s most prominent cultural centers.
Curated by Florence Müller, promoted by the Municipality of Milan - Culture and produced by Palazzo Reale and global events leader IMG, ‘From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana’ is an unprecedented exhibition project that pays tribute to the values of Fatto a Mano (hand-made), which have been essential to Dolce&Gabbana since its founding. The exhibition will form a narrative that follows the dreams of Alta Moda and explores the sources of inspiration that have shaped the mind and hands of the two founders of the fashion house: from a passion for Italian culture, to the love of traditional craftsmanship reimagined with a contemporary eye. ‘From the Heart to the Hands: Dolce&Gabbana’ will also feature work by visual artists in dialogue with Dolce&Gabbana’s celebrated designs.
The exhibition will unfold in a series of themes that highlight the multitude of cultural references that have inspired the work of these two designers: these include artisanal craft, visual arts and architecture, Italy and its traditions, innovation, theatre, music, Opera, Ballet and la dolce vita.
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