Carrascal: "Several artists from La Manzana Loca went through the tension between art and clothing design"
To close the 1960 chapter of the Épica curatorial program, Marcela Fibbiani dialogues with María Laura Carrascal about young fashion in the 1960s, investigating the artists and designers who passed through the ITDT and the Galería del Este.
María Laura Carrascal has a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Humanities and Arts of the National University of Rosario, as well as a Full Professor in Introduction to the Arts. He has focused his research in the field of art and fashion, and has curated exhibitions related to his discipline of study. He is a member of the Argentine Association of Art Critics, and is a member of the Academic Commission of the Specialization Career in Strategic Design for Innovation of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of UNR.
Marcela Fibbiani is a set designer from the "Ernesto de la Cárcova" School of Fine Arts of the Nation and is studying the Postgraduate Degree in Sociology of Design (UBA). He has focused his career on inter-institutional communication in the cultural sector and the creation of artistic media. She is the editorial director and founding partner of the magazine 90+10, specialized in the dissemination of design. He was a member of the Selection Committee of Sello de Buen Diseño argentino in 2017, 2019 and 2021. Since 2021, he has been in charge of the communication of Fundación IDA, facilitating the dissemination of projects that seek to highlight the Argentine material heritage.
#Epic: Feats of Argentine Design is the multi-format curatorial program with which IDA proposes to review a century of Argentine design history, from 1920 to 2020, through its collection and other guest files.