Dior Talks explores the connection between Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri and contemporary women artists and curators. In this 4th edition, Tracey Emin ignites a fervent dialogue with curator and writer Katy Hessel, discussing the topics of art and feminism. Listen here.
The latest addition to a series explores the construction and the singularity of identity, the essential role played by creation and fashion, and the necessary liberation from stereotypical shackles in order to exist as a woman in art. At this atypical time, more than ever, this fascinating aural odyssey represents escapism and stimulation, where sound sets the scene, where the imagination supersedes image, where contemplation is open, curious, transformed and enriched. A journey of the mind from your home into the studios, worlds and dreams of these inspiring figures. – from Dior
In 2017, Emin, whose practice has always been firmly yet uniquely framed within the history of feminist discourse, created a specially commissioned work, Should Love Last, for the Dior pop-up store at 44 Avenue Montaigne in Paris. See the interview below: