SCHIRN AT NIGHT SLEE­P­LESS LEE

16 NOVEMBER 2019, FROM 8 PM

Join us on a NIGHT JOURNEY TO LEE KRASNER! The forthcoming SCHIRN AT NIGHT to the exhibition LEE KRASNER on Saturday, 16 November, combines the sound the New York jazz scene with swing rhythms and elec­tro­ni­c nightclub avant­-garde. During the 1950s, Lee Krasner painted the large-format series “Night Journeys”, which are among the artist’s most expressive works. During this time, she painted exclusively at night!

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KRAS­NER FLOOR FROM 8 PM
INKASSO
KIKI HITOMI 

CLUB SWIN­GING LEE FROM 8 PM
BALDUIN & TIMCAT                           

INSOM­NIA AFTER­PARTY FROM 12 PM
WOLFRAM

Lee Krasner at the WPA Pier, New York City, c. 1940. Lee Krasner Papers, c.1905-1984. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Photo: Fred Prater
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Kiki Hitomi
BALDUIN & TIMCAT
INKASSO
WOLF­RAM

DRESS LIKE LEE!

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By way of homage to Lee Krasner’s striking and elegant style we cordially invite you to wear your own version of the Lee Krasner style.

Let yourself be inspired in your fashion and creativity by Lee Krasner’s style, her artistic approach, and the Abstract Expressionist’s use of color and shape as exemplified by her works – and create an outfit that reflects your entirely personal take on Krasner’s work!

On several portraits, Krasner wears something on her head as part of the outfit – be it a turban, a scarf knotted into her hair, or a hood. Going by the American edition of “Vogue”, in the 1940s the turban was a trend accessory among the fashion aficionados. You’ll find inspiration on our Pinterest board