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  • 10:11:46 pm on November 10, 2008 | 1

    Chanel mobile artThe Chanel Mobile Art Exhibit closed Sunday, Nov 9 after its two-week display in Rumsey Playfield in Central Park. The exhibition is a collection of artwork which chronicles the history of the quilted handbag with a 30-minute audio tour of the art.

    Lines for the exhibit were up to 4.5 hours long, according to one of the Chanel reps, dressed in head-to-toe Chanel jumpsuits. The shortest wait time, he said was about 2.5 hours toward the end of the exhibit’s life in central park.

     

    The entire site, according to the New York Magazine Web site covered 2,297 square meters and required three weeks to assemble, and cost $400,000, paid to the Central Park Conservancy. The exhibit was free to all and included world-renowned artists’ contributions.

    According to Carol Vogel’s article in the New York Times, the genesis for the project was the handbag’s 50th anniversary in 2005, when Chanel designer, Karl Lagerfeld, issued a new version of the purse.

    Entrance to exhibitFor more information, visit the Chanel website.

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