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artwork by Joe Corrè, photo by N

It successfully runs through 7th May 2018 at the London Gallery Lazinc the exhibition “Ash from Chaos”, which showcases the works by Joe Corrè(, bright fashion designer, businessman, who created yesterday the celebrated luxury lingerie brand Agent Provocateur, and later the sartorial clothing brand A Child of the Jago and the make-up brand Illamasqua and strong social activism, focused on the protection of environment and the climate revolution), that arise from “Burn Punk London”, initiative he made on 26th November 2016 which took place in London in a boat on the Thames where precious memorabilia of punk were burned by him.

 

Arwork by Joe Corrè, photo by N

A destructive act of protest against the commodification by the mainstream of a counterculture movement, which has turned into art, more specifically into a series of artworks – made of the ashes arisen from funeral pyre of punk. The proceeds arising from their sale will be entirely donated to a charity – and a part of documentary film he made( which is currently work in progress), accompanying  this awesome showcase and giving rise to a marvelous alchemy, emphasizing the message underlying to this gesture: “to question on price and value” , as Joe( embodying at best the assertiveness, modesty,  romanticism, which is not that consisting to give as a gift roses to the one you love, but to follow and make concrete the idea of freedom and humanity, pleased to tell you more  about him his bright visions and ideas soon) says and stop to be passive, developing a conscious way of thinking which is respectful of the world surrounding us.

Details from Ash from Chaos by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

Details from Ash from Chaos by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

Details from Ash from Chaos by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

That and much more will be the core of talk featuring the iconic, genius British fashion designer  and bright visual artist Daniel Lismore( who is Ambassador of Tate Modern as well as Graduated Fashion Week and has made his life a work of art), hosting in the Lazinc Gallery at 7pm  a talk with Joe Corrè about this marvelous initiative, successfully joining art and activism. A not to be missed happening to appreciate a smashing conversation between two precious individuals under the sign of culture, emancipated  from the obvious and reasonable, contemporary times, sense, values and art.

 

 

“ASH FROM CHAOS”: ARTE E ATTIVISMO IL TALK CON DANIEL LISMORE E JOE CORRÉ ALLA GALLERIA LAZINC DI LONDRA

 

Joe Corrè along with his mother Dame Vivienne Westwood and his daughter Cora Corrè, photo by N

Prosegue felicemente  fino al 7 maggio 2018 presso la Galleria d’ arte di Londra Lazinc la mostra “Ash from Chaos” che espone le opere di Joe Corrè(, brillante fashion designer, uomo d’ affari che ha creato ieri il celebre marchio di lingerie di lusso Agent Provocateur, successivamente il marchio di abbigliamento sartoriale A Child of the Jago, e fervente attivista nel sociale, impegnato nella protezione dell’ ambiente e nella climate revolution), le quali nascono da “Burn Punk London”, iniziativa da lui posta in essere il 26 novembre 2016 che ha avuto luogo a Londra in una barca sul Tamigi, in cui sono state da lui bruciate memorabilia del punk.

 

The iconic and eclectic Phillip Sallon at the Lazinc Gallery during the private opening of “Ash from Chaos”, photo by N

 

An icon of punk Jordan Rooke wearing a marvelous t-shirt, photo by N

 

Jordan Rooke along with me, myself and I, photo by N

 

 

The fashion designer Pandemonia Panacea along with visitors of the Ash from Chaos private opening, photo by N

Un atto distruttivo di protesta contro la mercificazione da parte del mainstream di un movimento di controcultura che si è trasformato in arte, più specificatamente in una serie di opere d’ arte – fatto delle ceneri della pira funeraria del punk. I proventi derivanti dalla loro vendita saranno devoluti per intero a un’ associazione di beneficienza – unitamente a un frammento della pellicola documentaristica, un racconto, un’ esperienza visiva unica (che sta per essere ultimato) che accompagna questa fantastica rassegna che dà vita a una meravigliosa alchimia ed enfatizza il messaggio sotteso a tale gesto: “interrogarsi su prezzo e valore”, come afferma Joe( il quale incarna al meglio assertività, modestia, romanticismo – che non ciò che consiste nel regalare rose a cui si ama ma seguire e concretizzare l’ idea di libertà – e umanità, lieta di raccontare presto altro ancora su di lui, sulle sue brillanti visioni ed idee) e smettere di essere passivi, consolidando un modo di pensare consapevole e rispettoso del mondo che ci circonda.

The fashion designer and visual artist Daniel Lismore, me, myself and I along with an artwork by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

A detail embodied in the artwork by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

Questo e molto altro sarà il cuore del talk di cui sarà protagonista l’ iconico, geniale fashion designer inglese e brillante artista Daniel Lismore( che è anche Ambasciatore del Museo di Londra Tate Modern, della Graduated Fashion Week ed ha reso la sua vita un’ opera d’ arte) il quale  sarà il moderatore di un talk con Joe Corrè che si terrà presso la Galleria Lazinc alle ore 19:00, incentrato su questa lodevole iniziativa che unisce felicemente arte ed attivismo. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare due vibranti individualità  all’ insegna di cultura, emancipata dall’ ovvio e ragionevole, contemporaneità,  senso, valori e arte.

 

Still image from the film by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

 

Me, myself and I along with the artwork by Joe Corrè, photo by N

 

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