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SHANGHAI | Modern and timeless are the greatest attributes of Christian Dior’s sublime designs. Its iconic perfume Miss Dior, launched sixty-seven years ago, is probably the best example of how the House of Dior’s creations have survived any trend. Until the 20th of August Shanghai’s Art District, the Sculpture Space, is hosting the Miss Dior exhibition that glorifies the eternal fragrance. The Miss Dior exhibition commemorates the so-called universal perfume with a retrospective of Christian Dior’s life and the rise of his uncontested label. His multidisciplinary friends and various artistic and cultural currents influenced Christian Dior’s creations and contributed to cultivate his exceptional talents. Sixteen contemporary women artists complement the exhibition with daring installations and artistic creations that reinterpret the allure of Dior’s first perfume. Among them, four renowned Asian artists play with their cultural heritage as they get inspired by legendary elements of Dior’s designs like the fan or the roses. Karen Kilimnik  (USA)- Sans Tire (Folly for Dior). Liu Lijie (China) – FAN-FAN Liang Yuanwei (China) – In To The Dust Maria Nepomuceno (Brasil) – Delilah Carla Mattii (Italy) – Type Garden #5 Tomoko Shioyasu (Japan) – Spiral Rose Joana Vasconcelos (Portugal) – J’Adore Miss Dior Alyson Shotz (USA) – Infinite Rose Polly Apfelbaum (USA)– Rainbow Nirvana Houndstooth Lara Baladi (Lebanon) - Don’t touch Me Tomatoes and Chachacha for Miss Dior Carole Benzaken (France) - Arborescence Lee Bul (South Korea) – Cella Shirin Neshat (Iran) - Illusions and Mirrors Hannah Starkey (UK) - Bow Ionna Vautrin  (France) - Gloriette Nika Zupanc (Slovenia) - Room of One’s Own PHOTOS BY IRIS MIR - EARTH TO IRIS. Shanghai Sculpture Space Address: 570 Huaihai West Road ‪长宁区, Shanghai, China +86 21 6280 7844 See on Google maps.  

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