To coincide with Milan Fashion Week, United Colors of Benetton took over the city’s Triennale Museum for an immersive and colorful exhibition. Titled “I See Colors Everywhere,” the exhibition displayed pieces from the brand’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection as well as artworks curated by Fabrica — Benetton’s arts and research center.
The exhibit itself was divided into eight different sections, with each one dedicated to a different color that was then looked at through videos, posters, performances and installations. As well as the art, the exhibition featured a wide range of pieces from the brand’s past and an accompanying book which explored colors individually. Take a look around the exhibition above, in a video produced by designboom.
In other art news, check out the Yayoi Kusama Museum which has recently opened in Tokyo.