With “Here We Are”, Burberry makes the social portrait its manifesto24.01.2018
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“I have always enjoyed the social portrait, the photographic style that reveals how we live, work, dream, celebrate and question ourselves as individuals and as a community”. When Lucy Kumara Moore, curator of the exhibition “Here We Are” (alongside Christopher Bailey and Alasdair McLellan), talks about photography, Say Who’s interest is at stake. Thus, we will not have missed the opportunity this week to participate in the Parisian opening of the travelling exhibition initiated by Burberry, which has already conquered London and Hong Kong. The exhibition pays tribute to the work of photographers such as Karen Knorr, Charlie Phillips, and of course Alasdair McLellan. Not surprisingly, we were not the only ones interested. Citing all the names of the guests (all wearing their most beautiful tartan) would be tiresome, and only the names of Aymeline Valade, Fiona Zanetti or Gosha Rubchinskiy already attest to the interest that this new project of the British house fully deserves.
To discover until February 4th.