A New ‘Dior Talks’ podcast episode with Tomaso Binga. The groundbreaking feminist performance artist speaks about her remarkable career, from the 1970s to today.
In this new episode of Dior Talks, curator and writer Katy Hessel meets Italian feminist Tomaso Binga, alias Bianca Menna, who chose a male pseudonym to parody the privileges that are the preserve of men.
This major artist collaborated with Maria Grazia Chiuri on the autumn-winter 2019-2020 ready-to-wear show, for which she created a socially-engaged scenography, featuring her own body in the form of letters spelling out words such as “revolt”, “victory” and “with impunity”.
For this series of podcasts devoted to art and feminism – exploring societal power structures and the essential role of fashion – she discusses not only her fascinating career but also her passionate exchange with the Creative Director. Set off on a voyage, from the comfort of home, into the captivating world of this avant-garde and compelling personality. Take good care of yourself and your loved ones.
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