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Georg Meyer-Weil

Georg Meyer-Wiel Having studied Communication Design at Folkwang in Essen, Germany - where Georg specialised in Drawing and Calligraphy - he came to London where he graduated with a Masters Degree in Fashion Design from the Royal College of Art. Whilst selling one-off garments in London stores, he began teaching at the London College of Fashion and other faculties. For the past five years he has been a lecturer at the American Intercontinental University London. He has designed for several small fashion brands and has worked with Select NYC on projects for Swarovski and Artistry. Since 2005 he has been designing costumes and conceptual wardrobe designs for film and dance theatre: the movie Minotaur, Devolution by the Australian Dance Theatre in Adelaide, Fugal by Rafael Bonachela in collaboration with the State Theatre of Saarbruecken, Magnification by Garry Stewart and DanceXchange, Birmingham, Infinity, Mammon and the Comedy of Change by Rambert Dance Company, London.Georg has worked continuously as an artist and has exhibited his work regularly around the world. Major shows have included: Myth and Structure - Hockney Gallery London 2001; ArtAid 05 - Henry Moore Gallery, London 2005; flow - Michael Commerford Gallery, Sydney 2006;Book Illustrations - Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn 2007; Dormant - Ubox Gallery, London 2008. His work has featured in The Independent, Sunday Times Style, Vogue UK, Tank, Dazed & Confused and Showstudio.

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