With over a hundred photos on display, the majority of them previously unseen, you’ll be able to check out Knapp’s graphic, experimental take on fashion from the 1960s and 70s, a style that made his reputation.
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Peter Knapp’s photos made quite a splash in the 60s and 70s. Not only was he able to express the freedom and creativity that characterised the fashion of the era, but he also contributed to creating these style.
Working for the most influential Parisian fashion houses (Ungaro, Courrèges, Pierre Cardin, Yves Saint Laurent…) and all the top fashion magazines, Knapp constantly searched for innovative design to spark his wild imagination.
The exhibition is innovative in itself, thanks to the free app for smartphone that you can use to accompany and enhance your visit.
Developed in collaboration with the photographer himself, it serves as an audioguide of course, but also adds videos and images that are not part of the exhibition.
Ad if you want to see even more after leaving, some of Knapp’s images are also on display on the forecourt of the Gare de Lyon train station, just over the Seine, until 28th April 2018.
Superfans also have two conferences that they can attend, and a catalogue of the exhibition has just been published (304 pages, 45€ here at amazon.fr).
The exhibition Dancing in the Street, Peter Knapp and fashion 1960-1970 is at the Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design (here) from 9th March – 10th June 2018
Open every day except Tuesdays from midday-6pm
Admission: 5€ / 4€