Headed To Sydney? Check Out The Gucci Gardens Archetypes Exhibition

Gucci Gardens Archetypes ExhibitionPHOTO COURTESY OF GUCCI

Previously missed out on the chance to visit the Gucci Gardens Archetypes exhibitions in Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul? Now you can consider working the multimedia exhibition into your itinerary if you’re making a trip Down Under sometime soon.

Gucci Gardens Archetypes ExhibitionPHOTO COURTESY OF GUCCI

Following its debut in Florence, Italy, the travelling exhibition makes its seventh international stop in Sydney, Australia. A breathtaking celebration of Gucci’s 100th anniversary, it takes audiences on an immersive journey.

Explore a selection of advertising campaigns envisioned by creative director Alessandro Michele, as well as the multi-sensory influences that define them, from music and art to travel and pop culture.

Michele’s vision transforms into unique narrative spaces. Firstly, access a behind-the-scenes operation centre with a wall of screens that host campaigns. Another must-see is a striking, pink-tile bathroom with wax figurines clad in signature Gucci silhouettes.

Amongst the highlights, you’ll find a space filled from floor to ceiling with hundreds of cuckoo clocks, ceramics, and Marmont handbags from the obsessive collections of the F/W18 campaign, as well as the recreated set of The Beloved Show campaign.

There are also lots of picture-worthy spots to take advantage of. For example, a scented paradise full of foliage and a single floral-print couch reflecting the iconic Gucci Bloom fragrance. Then there’s also the subway scene as featured in Michele’s first-ever Gucci show from F/W15.

Ready to take it all in? The Gucci Garden Archetypes exhibition runs from 17 November 2022 to 15 January 2023 at the Powerhouse Ultimo, Sydney. Admission is free and tickets are now available for booking online via this link.

For more information, do visit GUCCI.com


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