HOMO FLUXUS
Men’s fashion Collection

February 08 2018
Homo Fluxus is a journey, in the early seventies, in the Bonotto’s showroom set up as a gallery, with a selection of Fluxus works from the Bonotto art collection, which are essential for the contemporary aesthetic system. The very rare videos by Jonas Mekas, images by Joseph Beuys, musical sheets by Philip Corner, and Cramps, the historical records of the Milanese avant-garde label, will dialogue with a collection designed for the needs of a new contemporary consumer, who once again turns over the formal codes and contaminates his own styles and its attitudes of life. This artistic friction pushes forward research into the fabric and creativity dystonica by Giovanni Bonotto, who meets men’s fashion for the first time.

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