Jean-Philippe Delhomme, a French satirist, painter, cultural blogger, writer, and fashion artist, Delhomme’s illustrations have appeared in magazines such as W, Vanity Fair, and Vogue. Now, his most recent artwork will be displayed for all to see at the French Institute Alliance Francaise through April 14th. This exhibition entitled, Dressed for Art, focuses on Delhomme’s fashion and pop culture work that is enhanced with an air of his trademark of satirical humor.
Included is an imagined portrait of a shirtless Karl Lagerfield, when he is home and removes his “perfect white shirt.” The artistic creation of Delhomme’s partnership with Parisian label, Kitsune is also showcased at the exhibit. Bringing a dry humor and sensibility to his illustrations, audiences will experience all facets of Delhomme’s creations. Admission is free and open to the public; gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
(see HERE for the Macy’s event going on now, only until Saturday, April 7th)
(Photos courtesy of Natascha Bodemann at FIAF)