The Frick Pittsburgh Opens “Undressed” with Gala

October 19, 2017
Kate Freed and Jack Bryce. Undressed Gala, The Frick Pittsburgh. October 19, 2017. Kate Freed and Jack Bryce. Undressed Gala, The Frick Pittsburgh. October 19, 2017.
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The Frick Pittsburgh marked the opening of “Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear” with a gala held on the evening of October 19. The sold-​out “Undressed” gala provided four hundred guests the opportunity to experience the blockbuster exhibition before it opened to the public on Saturday, October 21. Gala co-​chairs were Ina Gumberg, Peggy McKnight, Jessica H. O’Brien, Cary Reed and Kiya Tomlin.

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The Frick is the exclusive North American venue for this exhibition, which is organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The second in a series of three fashion-​focused exhibitions to be presented at the Frick, “Undressed” traces the history of underwear design from the 18th century to the present day in a dynamic display of more than 200 objects. The exhibition will be on view at The Frick Art Museum through January 7, 2018.

Learn more about the exhibition in “What Lies Beneath: The Frick Gets Undressed.”

PQ Staff

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