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Raf Simons

Raf Simons is a fashion designer based in Antwerp. His positions have included those of creative director of Jil Sander (2005–12), artistic director of Christian Dior (2012–16), and chief creative officer of Calvin Klein (2016–18). He continues to design for his eponymous label, Raf Simons, which he founded in 1995.

  1. Cady Noland, Deep Social Space, 1989,

    scaffolding poles, stanchions, chromed poles, American flag, grill, handcuffs, room divider, crutch, trolley, mailbox, potato chips, metal basket, beer cans, bread rolls, orthopedic bandage, saddles, blankets, music stand, cowbells, metal grids, racks, wood, metal rings. Installation view, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018. Photo: Raf Simons. 

  2. Cady Noland, Trashing Folgers, 1993–94,

    silk screen on aluminum plate. Installation view, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018. Photo: Raf Simons. 

  3. Cady Noland, Untitled (Manson/Rivera), 1993–94,

    Xeroxes and adhesive tape on foam board, 14 1⁄4 × 14 3⁄4". Photo: Raf Simons.

  4. Cady Noland, Oozewald, 1989,

    silk screen on aluminum, American flag, Coca-Cola drinking cup, metal stand. Installation view, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018. Photo: Raf Simons. 

  5. Cady Noland, 12’6" Chainlink Fence, 1992,

    chain-link fence. Installation view, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018. Photo: Raf Simons.

  6. Andy Warhol, White Disaster II (White Burning Car II), 1963,

    silk screen on canvas, 106 × 82". Photo: Raf Simons. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

  7. Cady Noland, Percussion and Cartridge Revolvers, 1984,

    firearms manual mounted on wooden plate, wooden stick, snap hooks, handcuffs, whistle, leather buckles, cord, metal rings, 19 × 11 3⁄4". Photo: Raf Simons.

  8. Cady Noland, Surrounded!!!, 1993–94,

    silk screen on steel plate. Installation view, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018. Photo: Raf Simons.

  9. Cady Noland, Model with Entropy, 1984,

    baseball bat, American football helmet, book mounted on wood, window-washer belt, baseball glove, basketball, 33 × 34 × 9". Photo: Raf Simons.

  10. Cady Noland, Tanya as Bandit, 1989,

    silk screen on aluminum plate, bandana cloth, metal stand. Installation view, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018. Photo: Raf Simons.