The “200 Suitcases, 200 Dreamers” global touring art exhibition, held to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Louis Vuitton on August 4, 2021, the founder of the Louis Vuitton (LV) brand of the same name, is now the third station arrival.Los AngelesHollywoodBeverly HillsThe Zhuang, which opened lavishly on July 28 at the Louis Vuitton Exhibition Hall on Rodeo Drive, was officially open to the public free of charge from July 29 to September 6.
Louis Vuitton family home, from the beginnings of Asnires, toSingaporeFor the Contemporary Classical Architecture exhibit at Rodeo Drive near Louis Vuitton’s flagship store in Beverly Hills. These new two-themed exhibition rooms are presented to Brooklyn Balloons, the renowned balloon art studio directed by the Robert Moy and Frank Gehry Company. The exhibition brings together leading figures in the fields of art, culture, science and sport, transforming accessories into one-of-a-kind works of art in their individual style and creativity, including the likes of Supreme, Peter Marino, Lego, Alex Artists included. Israel, Nigo and Fornasetti. ,
The L.A. show echoes the theme of an early Louis Vuitton suitcase, in contrast to white buildings with colorfully striped windows. Upon entering the exhibition room, the ensuing robot-structured suitcase and magic box juxtapose the past and the future. In the first of the two main exhibition spaces, the original travel case is combined with a screen panel magic box, which is also layered with a wooden box with a label shipped to France.
Next, enter the immersive exhibition space, which is surrounded by a colorful balloon wall surrounded by painted balloon suitcases made by Robert Moy, the Brooklyn Balloon Company. Follow the striped stairs where the 2D artwork is installed, and finally get to the Dreamscape booth. The centerpiece of the second main venue is the creation of world-renowned design architect Frank Gehry, who is also the architect of the Fondation Louis Vuitton Museum building. Back on the main floor, pass the music speech with a jukebox suitcase created by British DJ Benji B to reach two different destinations: an upstairs terrace with seating, and a lifestyle that provides a video interview area and a selection of books. does.
On the other hand, this LV200 is also a large-scale charitable project: the first phase raised 2 million euros (approximately US$2.03 million) from Visionaries across different regions, and 100% of it was used in 13 horizontal 15 charities. countries; The details of Phase 2 are yet to be announced. The ultimate goal of the LV200 program is to nurture and nurture young creative talents, providing a learning journey and career and harnessing the creative energy of the dreamers.