For many, including myself, Virgil Abloh's untimely death remains surreal. His considerable impact will endure through future generations. This summer, you'll be able to get up close and personal with his artistic genius at a museum near you. The Brooklyn Museum is planning to dedicate an exhibit in memory of Virgil Abloh in July. The show will feature new works by Virgil Abloh, including his "Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech," which will be on view at the MCA Chicago. The designer's cutting-edge thinking will be curated by Michael Darling and Antwaun Sargent, with the exhibit opening you into his mind as it were.
The Brooklyn Museum describes the presentation as a glimpse into Virgil's vast artistic range, which includes art, design, and fashion. To put it another way, we can anticipate pieces ranging from Off-White to Louis Vuitton to everything else.
On July 1, 2022, the Brooklyn Museum opens its doors to the public once again. You can peruse through its collections during this time and learn for yourself, from July 1, 2022 to January 29, 2023. The forthcoming retrospective is the first traveling survey show since Off-White designer Kim Jones' death, and it will be organized by MCA, which was the first-ever exhibition dedicated to his work. The news of Virgil Abloh's death emerged in November, shortly after he was diagnosed with a rare cancer and had surgery. The "Virgil Was Here" exhibit was held in Miami, paying homage to the trailblazing artist, Louis Vuitton, who presented his final Spring/Summer 2022 collection and new designs.
At the end of June, Spring/Summer 2018 is a big season for designers like Raf Simons. His last LV collection was presented at Paris Fashion Week in January, with an intense and uplifting runway show, including an exclusive monogrammed Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1. Tyler the Creator's musical vibrations lifted the creative's spirit.Expect a Virgil Abloh-enriched spectacle like no other, overflowing with his inventive essence, if it's anything like the museum's recent "Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams" exhibit.