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Hoy, el Museo Nacional de Antropología cumple 50 años, por aquí algunos posts: (1) (2) (3)

#017 — Art x Fashion

  1. Miss Blanche Chair (1988) - Shiro Kuramata. Exhibited at MoMA.
  2. Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2011 plexiglas clutch.

#016 — Art x Fashion

  1. Ciencias Naturales (2011) - Juan Gatti. Illustration.
  2. Giambattista Valli Haute Couture F/W 2013

#015 — Art x Architecture

  1. Office in a small city (1953) - Edward Hopper. Oil on canvas.
  2. Case study house #22 (1960) - Pierre Koenig. Los Angeles, United States. Photographed by Julius Shulman.

#014 — Art x Architecture

  1. Bird I (1986) - Santiago Calatrava.
  2. Gare de Lyon Saint Exupéry (1994) - Santiago Calatrava. Lyon, France.

#013 — Art x Architecture

  1. Pueblo mexicano (1930) - José Clemente Orozco. Litografía.
  2. Casa Luis Barragán (1948) - Luis Barragán. Tacubaya, Ciudad de México.

#012 — Film x Architecture

Ferris Bueller’s day off (1986) - John Hughes x Ben and Francis Rose house (1974) - David Haid. Chicago, United States.

#011 — Film x Architecture

El cielo dividido - Julián Hernández (2006) x Ciudad Universitaria - Enrique del Moral + Mario Pani Darqui (1954). Ciudad de México.

  1. Biblioteca Central - Juan O’Gorman, Gustavo Saavedra y Juan Martínez de Velasco.
  2. Facultad de Medicina - Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, Ramón Torres Martínez, Roberto Álvarez Espinosa y Héctor Velázquez Moreno.
  3. Facultad de Arquitectura - José Villagrán García, Xavier García Lascuráin y José Alfonso Liceaga.
  4. Alberca Olímpica - Félix T. Nuncio, Ignacio López Bancalari y Enrique Molinar.
  5. Torre II de Humanidades - Raúl Cacho, Eugenio Peschard y Félix Sánchez Baylon.

#010 — Film x Architecture

American Psycho - Mary Harron (2000) x Toronto Dominion Centre - Mies van der Rohe (1959). Toronto, Canada.

Even though this film makes explicit the address where Patrick Bateman works, and it’s not Park Avenue, something wasn’t right for me. In some part, he says there’s a restaurant downstairs, in the same building, called The four seasons; I assumed it was the only The four seasons in New York, located in the Seagram Building, on Park Avenue. In this scene you can see the supposed workplace, a building particularly similar to the Seagram… yeah, because both were designed by the same architect: Mies van der Rohe. So, the illusion of the building was provided, actually, by the same architect. And it’s not in New York but in Toronto.

You cannot fool this architecture geek, Mary Harron! lol

#009 — Fashion x Film

  1. Natalia Vodianova featuring various fashion designers, photographed by Annie Leibovitz, for Vogue (December 2003).
  2. Alice in Wonderland - Walt Disney Pictures (1951)

#008 — Fashion x Film

  1. Christian Dior Haute Couture F/W 2014
  2. Marie Antoinette - Sofia Coppola (2006)

#007 — Fashion x Film

  1. Kate Moss by Baillie Walsh for Alexander McQueen F/W 2006
  2. Brazil - Terry Gilliam (1985)

#006 — Architecture x Fashion

  1. Nordic Pavilion - Sverre Fehn (1962). Venice, Italy.
  2. Freja Beha Erichsen by Juergen Teller for Louis Vuitton F/W 2014 campaign.

#005 — Architecture x Fashion

  1. Zollverein School of Management and Design - Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa | SANAA (2006). Essen, Germany.
  2. Dior S/S 2013 venue.

#004 — Architecture x Fashion

  1. Farnsworth House - Mies van der Rohe (1951). Illinois, United States.
  2. Raf Simons F/W 2011 detail.