Touring exhibition dedicated to James Bond’s world, prepared by curators of Barbican Center London on the 50th anniversary of the first film about Bond «Dr. No», comes to Moscow Multimedia Art Museum.
Multimedia Art Museum presents the exhibition «Design 007: 50 years of James Bond Style». Unique costumes, images that had become classics of style, decorations that recreate the atmosphere of the 007movie, original photographs and sketches – all this can be seen at the exhibition.
«Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style» takes visitors on an immersive journey through a dozen themed rooms and environments, from 1962’s «Dr No» to 2012’s «Skyfall». The exposition features over 500 unforgettable objects: Roger Moore’s white tuxedo from «Octopussy» and the spacesuit from «Moonraker»; Scaramanga’s golden gun from «The Man with the Golden Gun», Jaws’ fearsome teeth that first appeared in «The Spy Who Loved Me» and many others.
«Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style» is the result of collaboration between the Barbican Centre, London, and the Bond production company, EON Productions. It is a unique exhibition, guest-curated by fashion historian Bronwyn Cosgrave and Oscar-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming and is designed by Ab Rogers, who all had unprecedented access to EON’s production archive.
It is going to be the main exhibition of Moscow summer and will last until September 7.