Fashion presented not on the catwalk but in gallery rooms, new collections created not for sale but as unique specimens, fashion shows that take place in museums… The boundaries between fashion and art are becoming increasingly fluid. A fashion designer who has already been working at this interface for many years is Kostas Murkudis. The MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst is soon be devoting a comprehensive exhibition to him at its new branch, the MMK 2. Through new forms of presentation that undermine the fashion world’s traditional standards, but also through designs that encompass performative, sculptural and conceptual aspects, Murkudis’s work changes our perspective on fashion. In 2013, Kostas Murkudis donated three of his collections dating from 2010–12 to the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main. That gift marks the point of departure for the extensive presentation at the MMK 2 that stages Mur

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