Sep 15–Nov 11, 2001

Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Will Go Out of Fashion

Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Will Go Out of Fashion, 2001, installation view, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.
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Gernreich, 2001

Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Will Go Out of Fashion, 2001, installation view, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.
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Please note: This is the English translation supplement to the main Austrian catalogue.

Year
2001
$15.00
ISBN
Publication Date
2001
Price
$15.00

Please note: This is the original Austrian publication. An English translation supplement is available for purchase here.

ISBN
0884541002
Pages
86
Publisher
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
Year
2001
$30.00
ISBN 0884541002
Publication Date
2001
Authors
Brigitte Felderer, Elfriede Jelinek, Layne Nielson, Victoria Steele, Johannes Porsch, Terry Widmann
Authors
Brigitte Felderer, Elfriede Jelinek, Layne Nielson, Victoria Steele, Johannes Porsch, Terry Widmann
Publisher
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
Price
$30.00
"ICA is grateful for the generous support of The Ethel & Jack Sandman Charitable Trust as Primary Sponsor of *Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Will Go Out Of Fashion*.rnrnFunding for the exhibition has also been contributed by the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, the Austrian Cultural Forum New York, Jerry and Lois Magnin, Dennis and Jill Roach, Dr. and Mrs. Karl Rugart, Jr., I.J. Feldman Foundation, The Roy and Niuta Titus Foundation, Inc., and the Gernreich Gala Patrons. Additional support has been provided by the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, The Dietrich Foundation Inc., Sansom Common, Sheraton University City, the Overseers Board for the Institute of Contemporary Art, friends and members of the ICA and the University of Pennsylvania. Inkind support was provided by John Cale, Jacques Schläppi Schläppi Produktions, Chroma Copy, Saks Fifth Avenue, Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz, Amtrak and Four Seasons Hotel.rnrnWork has been loaned by Helen W. Drutt English, Philadelphia, the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Sandy Schreier. Mannequins were on loan from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Ralph Pucci Pucci Mannequin International."