threeASFOUR is a trio of transnational artists based in New York City who use fashion as their primary medium.
Founded in 2005 by Gabriel Asfour (b. Lebanon), Angela Donhauser (b. U.S.S.R) and Adi Gil (b. Israel), the collective has built a legacy of fusing cutting-edge technology with traditional craftsmanship to create clothing at the intersection of fashion and art. Drawing their core aesthetic from the universal languages of sacred geometry, threeASFOUR is devoted to the creative exploration of themes of consciousness and cultural coexistence.
In 2015, threeASFOUR were the recipients of the Cooper-Hewitt/Smithsonian Museum's National Design Award.
Their work has been the subject of various exhibitions including, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, The Metropolitan Museum Art (2022); Designs for Different Futures, Philadelphia Museum of Art (2020); Designs for Different Futures, Walker Art Center (2020); Nature Design Triennial Cooper Hewitt & Cube Museum, New York/Kerkrade (2019); Force Of Nature, Museum at F.i.T, New York (2017); Making/Breaking, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum (2017); Manus x Machina, Met Costume Institute, New York (2016); #techstyle, Museum of Fine Art, Boston (2016); The fantastic journeys of energy, Kappatos Gallery, Athens (2016); tree of life, Mana Contemporary Art Center, Jersey City (2016); Fashion Underground, Museum at F.i.T, New York (2016); Body Embellishment, Mint Museum, North Carolina (2015); TOPOGRAPHIC, Canzani Center Gallery, Columbus, Ohio (2015); Dream Weavers, Beit Hatfutsot Museum, Tel Aviv (2015); Killer Heels, Brooklyn Museum, New York (2014); Folk Couture, American Folk Art Museum, New York (2014); Meet D3 Design District, Dubai UAE (2015); FEST, Performa 13, New York (2013); MER KA BA, Jewish Museum, New York (2013); juliaSET, White Columns Gallery, New York (2012); Mode Biennale, Arnhem, Netherlands (2011); New York Minute exhibition, Garage Gallery, Moscow, (2011); Insalaam Inshalom, Beit Ha’ir Cultural Museum, Tel Aviv (2011);Interwoven , Textile Museum, Washington DC, (2011); Superheroes, Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum, New York (2008); New York Fashion Now, Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2007).
Their designs are in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Met Costume Institute in New York, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York, the Museum at F.I.T. in New York.
For inquiries: studio@threeASFOUR.com