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    MOBILE ARTCHANEL CONTEMPORARY ART CONTAINERBY ZAHA HADID

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    MOBILE ARTCHANEL CONTEMPORARY ART CONTAINERBY ZAHA HADID

    CHANEL has decided to make the legendary quilted bag the focus of every event on aninternational scale: MOBILE ART. Just as fashion spreads throughout the world, thistraveling event will be presented in Asia, the United States and Europe.

    In a futuristic pavilion created by the Architect Zaha Hadid, 20 internationalcontemporary artists will exhibit workinspired by the elements that give theemblematic quilted bag from CHANEL itsidentity. Their unique versions, unexpected interpertations - poetic, cheeky andinspirational - reveal the multiple facets ofthis emblematic bag in all the artisticexpressions.

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    Originally from Siberia, the Blue Noses are the rascals of comtemporary Russian art. Formed at the time of the milleniumbig in 2000, they portray themselves as a collective of happy imbeciles in hilarious photos and video sketches. Underthe shroud of comedy, their scenes are violent, caustic critiques of the stupidit of modern society and its values.

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    Fabrice Bousteau has been the editorial director and editor in chiefof Beaux Arts Magazine since 1997. As the leading French art and culture monthly maazine focusing on comtemporary creation in all spheres of the visual arts, Beaux ArttsMagazine publishes many works on architecture, modern photography and fashion. Bousteau is a comtemporary art critic,well versed in clutural polotics, as well as a producer at France Culture and comentator for many radio and television programmes. He has also deisgned and produced exhibitions for numerous and origional projects, such as: Art andAgriculture and Art in the worls. Unusually, before he became director of Beaux Arts Magazine, Bousteau was a cultural engineering consultant between 1991 and 1997 whe he designed and presented cultural events in all sectors andproduced cultural equiptment definition and feasibilty studies. Lastly, he has just undertaken the editorial direction of Madeby Indians, a book on Mondern Indian creation.

    FABRICE BOUSTEAUTHE CURATOR

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