Fashion Development Culture (New York)

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550 Grand St
New York, NY 11201
US

Founded in 2004 in New York Fdc Inc, Fashion Development Culture, aims to develop and promote independent art projects through site-specific exhibitions combined with an e-commerce approach to art.

Showing art into unusual spaces, like a hot-dog cart recently installed in the Chelsea art district in New York, the project wants to overlap the boundaries imposed by the in-gallery concept of art and bring it to mass-culture environments so to have an ironic, but sociopolitical approach to it. After several collaborations with independent art galleries, bookstores and publishing houses in New York, in 2013 Fdc Inc expands into an e-commerce platform where to shop emerging artists artworks and rare art book editions, so to share its philosophy on a global dimension and bring a breeze of innovation on the art market.

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