CHRISTOPHE CHEMIN Opening and Société de 032c Bar Night
Christophe Chemin’s exhibition in the 032c Workshop vitrine is an explosion of his creative world: snatches from the French Revolutionary calendar and renaissance masterpieces hang next to pictures of German punks and the mythic fever dreams of his prints for Prada. For the opening, the Société de 032c came out in force: click through to see what went down, and do come down to see the exhibition.
Christophe Chemin for Prada: keep your daisies for the cold days is on show at 032c Workshop, St Agnes, Alexandrinenstr. 118-121 until 25 April. Buy a poster here, and come visit Mon-Fri 12-6pm.
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