Between 1900 and 1969 fashion photography underwent enormous changes. Unique archive material from Palais Galliera is being shown in Amsterdam for the first time ever in order to illustrate this remarkable story. This exhibition not only shows the move from studio photography to outdoor shoots, but also developments in photography itself, the position of women, tourism, and prêt-à-porter fashion.
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|Artist||Photographie de Mode|
|Number of pages||94|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||300 x 240|
|Museum||Huis Marseille Museum Voor Fotografie à Amsterdam|
Exhibition Catalogue Outside Fashion - Fashion photography from the Studio to Exotic Lands (1900–1969), presented by the Galliera Museum at Huis Marseille Museum Voor Fotografie in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (7 dec. 2019 - 8 march 2020).
The historical development of fashion photography, from studio settings to outdoor shoots, is a story of emancipation and liberation, both in visual and geographical terms.
The exhibition shows how over the years women’s bodies gained increasing freedom – starting from static poses, shrouded in long gowns, and moving to sports activities, sunbathing, or simply laughing and walking down the street. Over the same period photography moved from black and white to colour, and the range of places where these photographs were made expanded enormously due to the advent of worldwide tourism.
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