22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibition
February 11-April 26, 2014
Tuesday through Saturday
The Art of Motion Picture Costume Design is a critically acclaimed annual exhibition. Each year, FIDM Museum & Galleries showcases over one hundred costumes from the previous year's films, making the Art of Motion Picture Costume Design the largest annual display of film costumes worldwide. Offering visitors an up-close view of the costumer's art, the exhibition celebrates the creative accomplishments of costume designers. This year's exhibition features costumes from more than twenty films, including all five 2014 Academy Award nominees for Best Costume: American Hustle (Michael Wilkinson), The Grandmaster (William Chang Suk Ping), The Great Gatsby (Catherine Martin), The Invisible Woman (Michael O’Connor), and 12 Years a Slave (Patricia Norris).
BLISS: 19th Century Wedding Gowns, an exhibition of selected wedding gowns from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection, will also be on view. Surveying the history of nineteenth-century wedding attire, this exhibition highlights the interaction between wedding gowns and fashionable dress, while also exploring how white became a popular color for bridal gowns.
Opening on February 11, 2014, these exhibitions are free to the public. Experience the Art of Motion Picture Costume Design and BLISS: 19th Century Wedding Gowns Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm. Exhibition tours with FIDM Museum curators are available via advance reservation. For more information on tours, visit our website.
FIDM Museum & Galleries
919 South Grand Avenue, Suite 250
Los Angeles, California, 90015
(Ground Floor, Park Side)