“Marcelo Krasilcic, who had his first gallery show this year, travelled to his hometown of Sao Paulo, Brazil to shoot young New York designer Susan Cianciolo’s second collection. He chose as subjects, his mother Clara, 49, and Darlene de Souza, a 17 year old homeless crack-addict (pictured above) he read about in the local newspapers, who is now in rehabilitation.”
ARTS AND CRAFTS: AMERICANA STYLE! Patchwork dress by Susan Cianciolo, text by Sarah Cristobal. V’s love of all things Americana has been well documented so when a group of craft-driven artists gathered for a weekend-long series entitled Makeshift earlier this summer, we couldn’t help but take part. CLICK HERE to read on!
New York, May 2015, installation process of Susan Cianciolo’s exhibition, if God COMes to visit You, HOW will you know? (the great tetrahedral kite), at Bridget Donahue Gallery — photos by Yurie Nagashima.
[For Yurie Nagashima’s other chonicles, click here.]