CDC IV - Hosted at MAISON KITSUNE boutique
& the avant/garde diaries project space - NYC - 2013
This year we are happy to announce that Le Cabinet de Curiosités of Thomas Erber will be hosted by Maison Kitsuné at the Maison Kitsuné New York Boutique and The Avant/Garde Diaries Project Space in New York.
Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki founded Paris-based Maison Kitsuné in 2002, as a record label and fashion company. Internationally recognized as two of the most avant-garde players in the music and fashion fields, their brand has come to represent an entire lifestyle. In addition to their Paris and Tokyo boutiques, the Maison Kitsuné boutique at NoMad hotel is their first dedicated retail space in the United States.
The Avant/Garde Diaries
Initiated by Mercedes‐Benz in 2011, The Avant/Garde Diaries is an online interview magazine featuring a Compendium of voices that disclose new ways of thinking and spread inspiration across all industries.
372 Broome street is the home of The Avant/Garde Diaries’ creative initiative’s dynamic project space, host to exhibitions, screenings, lectures, and performances.
The exhibition will take place from December 2nd to 23rd 2013 at the Maison Kitsuné New York Boutique and The Avant/Garde Diaries Project Space and will be open daily from 12 am to 8:30 pm.
The opening night will take place on the 3rd of December
Maison Kitsuné New York Boutique
1170 BROADWAY & 28TH STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10001
The Avant/Garde Diaries Project Space
372 BROOME STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10013
Project Paz is a New York-based, non-profit organization created by a group of professionals committed to promoting peace in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Twin city to El Paso, Texas and located on the US border, this city with great economic potential also attracts drug cartels and criminal organizations due to its strategic location. Hence, all funds Project Paz raises support community development programs geared towards spreading hope to future generations and promoting peace in the region, one project at a time.
10% of each sale from Le Cabinet will be donated to the Project Paz charity.