Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project will be present at VENTURA Lambrate in Milan during the Design week from April 8th till 13th with the brand new Sculpture Shoes Collection.
Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project creates unique pieces created by mixing clothes, shoes, objects, textiles, accessories and a variety of styles, which speak of the person who wears them in an extremely intimate way.
Beyond the concepts of fashion, trend and trademark, the artist acts on the relationship between the individual’s identity and his outfit as declination of their personality.
In this way bags, shoes, clothes, caps are conceived as wearable sculptures for daily use. All pieces are unique in design, size and quantity, henceforth not reproducable with restrained prices.
Daniel González \ Clothes Project was first presented in 2004 at the Play Gallery for Still and Motion Pictures in Berlin with the performance "Buy or Die". Subsequent exhibitions include, in 2005 the performance "Dolls' Room" Flash Art Fair in Bologna, "Freak Out and Get It" (performance) at the Prague Biennale 2 and "Falling in Love Makes Me Stupid \ Ponchos Collection" curated by Stefanie Kreuzer, NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, and in 2006 "Strip Tradition Aguante Carajo Gringo" (performance) at México Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City and in the exhibition "Sono incazzato nero e tutto questo non lo voglio piu’", curated by Andrea Lissoni, Viafarini, Milan. In 2008 the artist presented the project "My Clothes" (performance \ workshop) curated by Silvia Conta within MANIFESTA7, Trento \ Bolzano and the performance "In You I Taste God" during Pulse Art Fair, Miami. In 2013 the D.G. Clothes Project is exhibiting at Studio La Città (Verona).
In December 2013, the artist presented the latest sculpture shoes collection, The Criminal Aesthetic Fashion collection, during the Art Basel Miami Beach, at the Diana Lowenstein Gallery.
Discover the Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project through dg-clothesproject.com
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8 April - 12 April from 10am to 8pm
13 April from 10am to 6pm
9 April from 8pm to 10pm