On not getting into the Chanel Mobile Art Pavilion


From this article by Nicolai Ouroussoff:

"But traumatic events have a way of making you see things more clearly. When Rem Koolhaas’s Prada shop opened in SoHo three months after the World Trade Center attacks, it was immediately lampooned as a symbol of the fashion world’s clueless self-absorption. The shop was dominated by a swooping stage that was conceived as a great communal theater, a kind of melding of shopping and civic life. Instead, it conjured Champagne-swilling fashionistas parading across a stage, oblivious to the suffering around them. The Chanel Pavilion may be less convoluted in its aims, but its message is no less noxious."

Maybe it's just as well I didn't go inside!

Here's my take on something even more noxious

Comments

this Just in said…
Cool video, GalFromDownUnder! It was interesting to see this because I was curious about the Chanel Mobile Art Pavilion. I don't know if I could have waited four hours though!

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