Currently on show at Beit Ha'ir museum are special designs from the historical archive of the Frenc fashion designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac together with wall paintings which he drew especially for the exhibition. The designs exhibited were made during the 80's as part of different non-commercial art projects and were all collaborated with different artists such as the Israeli multidisciplinary textile designer Eliakim, and French artist Herv'e Di Rosa.
Some of the designs were inspired by cinema and pop culture such as images from the movies "Star Wars" and "E.T" or a vinyl record. In addition there are some silk dresses designed as a tribute to endangered safari animals, alongside surreal images such as a dress inspired by "The Liquid Clocks" of Salvador Dali.
On show with the exhibition by Castelbalac, is the exhibition "BorderLine"
The two exhibitions will close on Wednesday 08/08/2012.