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Uli Richter Revisited

On the occasion of Uli Richter's 90th birthday, the Kunstgewerbemuseum presents highlights from the work of the Berlin fashion designer. As the youngest of the Berlin couturiers, Uli Richter (*28 December 1926 in Potsdam) coined a style made in Berlin from the early 1950s onwards. In his more than 40 years of fashion work, he succeeded in reviving and consolidating Berlin's reputation as an international fashion center. His teaching activities at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin (now UdK) between 1986 and 1994 inspired a large number of students. The results of these projects - dresses, sketches and photographs - make a reference to the young Berlin fashion design scene of the 1980s and 1990s. The exhibition in the Museum of Decorative Arts covers an area of more than 300 square metres and includes an extensive collection of photographs, drawings and archival material from the Kunstbibliothek's collection as well as around 40 costumes. Source: smb-Museum/Exhibitions

place

Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin

year

2017

size

300 qm

team

Stefan Blaas
Linksbündig
Susanne Benzing
Yvonne Krug-Prosek

client

Kunstgewerbemuseum - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

service

Ausstellungsgestaltung
Ausführungsplanung
Vergabe
Bauleitung
Architektenleistungen LPH 1-9

credits

Copyright Ute Oettel