The Museo del Barrio de Nueva York is decked out with the exhibition of the Puerto Rican fashion illustrator Antonio López.
The Antonio López: Future Funk Fashion exhibition, which celebrates the talent and influence that the artist has had in the world of fashion, especially in the eighties and nineties, will expose a long list of his illustrations, from the first flowers that he He drew his mother when he was just 7 years old, even pieces that he has made for designers such as Narciso Rodríguez and Oscar de la Renta.
This is considered the most complete exhibition that has been presented of López, born in New York and who grew up in the same neighborhood where the museum is located.
The artist's exhibition, whose illustrations have appeared in The New York Times and in magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Vanity Fair and Harper's Bazaar, is divided into four thematic axes: music, the body, the streets and the influence of afrofuturism.
The exhibition will be open to the public from this Tuesday until November 26.