Dior Homme Reveals Exclusive Art Installations in NYC and LA

Apr 22, 2014


Dior Homme has just raised the curtain on two exclusive artist projects in their 57th Street boutique in NYC, and their Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills boutique in L.A. The 57th Street store sculpture was created by NY-based artist Matt Keegan, and it consists of a stainless steel sculpture with a reflective mirror surface that reads, “How do I Look,” a sentiment often expressed by the boutique’s shoppers.

The installation piece in the Rodeo Drive store was done by Los Angeles-based artist Aaron Curry, and it takes the form of an intricate 17-ft, totemic structure. The surface of the sculpture is covered by photo prints of the artists own skin and hair.

Both installations are part of an ongoing collaborative art project for select Dior Homme stores worldwide.

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