The Museum of Arts and Design brings us back to the heyday of the hippie era. Clothing, jewelry, photographs, and other memorabilia from the 1960s-1970s demonstrate the extravagance and ingenuity of that era.
One of the four Rajasthani jewelers whose work appeared in “Enduring Splendor: Jewelry of India’s Thar Desert,” Bhagwan Das Soni presented his family’s skillful artisanship at a one-day trunk show at the Fowler Museum at UCLA.
The Denver Art Museum recently hosted a show on the influence on fashion of seventy Japanese clothing designers during the 1980s-1990s, juxtaposing their styles versus contemporaneous Western dress.
The recent Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology exhibition brings the contribution of the black fashion designer into full view, from the middle of the twentieth century into the twenty-first.
Robert K. Liu demonstrates photographic techniques on location and in the studio that produce reproduction level images, taking advantage of external flashes or high ISO on his digital cameras.