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Denver Art Museum Hires Florence Müller as Curator of Textile Art, Curator of Fashion

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Florence Müller.

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Florence Müller, a curator and historian of fashion and art, has been named the Avenir Foundation Curator of Textile Art, Curator of Fashion by the Denver Art Museum. Müller starts in the position in September and will, according to a museum release, “oversee the Neusteter Textile Collection, housed in the 7,500-sq.-ft. Textile Art Gallery on level six of the museum’s North Building.”

Müller organized the Denver Art Museum’s thoroughly delightful 2012 show “Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective,” and has put together shows all around the world, including “Dior,” “Yves Saint Laurent Style,” “Impressions Dior,” and “Costume Jewelry for Haute Couture.”

“It’s a pleasure to welcome Florence back to Denver,” said Christoph Heinrich, DAM’s director in a statement released to press. “Her extensive experience and creative eye for exhibition content and design, as seen in the Yves Saint Laurent exhibition, makes her an outstanding addition to our team and to the Denver community. I especially look forward to her role in growing our collection in the area of fashion.”

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