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03/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Rafael Luis ALVAREZ – KOSMOS en el Museo José Hernandez en Buenos Aires (Argentina) – 10 Fevr.-13 Mars 2017

Rafael Luis Alvarez (ARGENTINA)

COLECCIÓN KOSMOS,UNA COLECCION DE PINTURA, DIBUJOS, FOTOGRAFIA Y JOYERIA

Museo José Hernandez en Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Inauguracion Viernes 10 de febrero 2017 18:30 hs
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS, UNA COLECCION DE PINTURA, DIBUJOS, FOTOGRAFIAY JOYERIA:
El viernes 10 de febrero de 2017 a las 18.30 horas el Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández inaugura la exposición KOSMOS. Joyería, fotografía, dibujo y pintura.
Reconocido como uno de los más destacados orfebres contemporáneos de Argentina, Rafael Álvarez reflexiona acerca de lo sutil y contenedor, lo liviano y etéreo, la intuición, lo fantástico y la imaginación. El cosmos, un gran hueco que se crea a cada instante, nuestro espacio cercano que a cada minuto aparece y desaparece interpelado por sus límites.
Las obras surgen de una búsqueda artística subjetiva, conceptual y material con la intención de querer expresar en la joyería cualidades relacionadas a lo femenino. El metal entonces se presenta como demasiado rígido. La investigación lo lleva por los caminos de la pintura, el dibujo,  la fotografía y el video, y encuentra en el caucho las cualidades deseadas.
Kosmos es un  universo femenino. Gea, Ceres, Maya, Venus, Diana, Metis, Io y Hera son las mujeres que habitan este espacio. Representantes de una estirpe mitológica que al mirar el infinito no se nombran aunque están presentes.
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS –   collarRafael Alvarez – KOSMOS – necklace
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS –   collarRafael Alvarez - KOSMOS – necklace – detail
Rafael Alvarez - KOSMOSRafael Alvarez – KOSMOS
Rafael Alvarez - KOSMOSRafael Alvarez - KOSMOS

 

 

Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández
Av. del Libertador 2373 – CABA – Buenos Aires – Argentina
extensioncultural_hernandez@buenosaires.gob.ar
Téléphone : +54 11 4802-9967

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11/01/2014

Ne pas jeter le GANT …..

« Jeter le gant » : Par allusion à la coutume des anciens chevaliers qui jetaient leur gant ou gantelet, par manière de défi, à ceux contre qui ils voulaient combattre – Défier quelqu’un au combat.  [throw down the gauntlet] (wiktionary)

 

Xiaorui Zhang- Dyed rubber gloves, 14ct plated gold. (showed by flexible wearability)Xiaorui Zhang- Dyed rubber gloves, 14ct plated gold.  collection « rubber chains » 2010
« I have chosen rubber gloves as my material, aiming to transform a mundane everyday item into beautiful and original objects. I have explored unique dyeing techniques on my material to bring a special colour result« 
Xiaorui Zhang - rubber gloves jewelryXiaorui Zhang – rubber gloves jewelry
Xiaorui Zhang necklaces
Xiaorui Zhang necklaces
Xiaorui Zhang necklaces - made with rubber glovesXiaorui Zhang necklaces – made with dyed rubber gloves
Xiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves  necklaces yellow 1Xiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves  necklaces yellow – collection « rubber chains »
Xiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves - 2010 - green necklaceXiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves – 2010 – green necklace
Xiaorui Zhang - red necklace - made with rubber glovesXiaorui Zhang – red necklace – made with rubber gloves
Camilla Prasch, - Handschuhkette Gummi neckpiece, rubber glovesCamilla Prasch – Handschuhkette Gummi neckpiece, rubber gloves
Camilla Prasch (DK) Rubber Glove NecklaceCamilla Prasch (DK) Rubber Glove Necklace
Lucilla Giovanninetti Necklace: Clasp!, 1996 Cotton 106 x 10 x 3 cmLucilla Giovanninetti Necklace: Clasp!, 1996 Cotton 106 x 10 x 3 cm
Niki Stylianou  necklace 2013  - made with rubber glovesNiki Stylianou  necklace 2013  – made with rubber gloves
Niki Stylianou black necklace - detail  - made with rubber glovesNiki Stylianou black necklace (presented at JOYA 2013) – back detail  – made with rubber gloves
Niki Stylianou brooch  - made with rubber gloves
Niki Stylianou brooch 2013 – made with rubber gloves
Min-ji cho - jewellery from rubber glovesMin-ji Cho – jewellery from rubber gloves
Bracciali di Min-Ji ChoMin-Ji Cho bracelet – rubber gloves a pearls – 2007
La collezione più bella rimane quella del 2007, quando Min-ji Cho si è fatta conoscere con gioielli realizzati con argento/perle e soprattutto guanti di gomma (quelli per pulire la cucina o il bagno), ritagliati in moda da creare degli originali pizzi. Difficile da credere vedendo il risultato, ma dal dettaglio si vede in modo chiaro. Recentemente ha presentato dei nuovi bracciali, ma non vedendone traccia non resta che parlare dei guanti…Min-Ji Cho earrings 2007
Min-Ji Cho brooch - 2007 - rubber gloves & pearlsMin-Ji Cho brooch – 2007 – The Gloves’ Dream – Rubber gloves, sterling silver, freshwater pearls, 18ct gold
crazily creative - min-ji cho's jewellery made from rubber glovesMin-Ji Cho bracelet
Min-Ji Cho Rubber Gloves BroochMin-Ji Cho Rubber Gloves Brooch
in BOOK 'Showcase 500 necklaces' (juill 2013) - Elida Kemelma 'hands' 2012 leather gloves Elida Kemelman ‘hands’ 2012 leather gloves (in BOOKShowcase 500 necklaces‘ (juill 2013))
gabrielle desmarais -    Les mains de Madeleine  Collier/Necklace  Rubber gloves,thread  (crédit photo: Joannie Lafrenière)Gabrielle Desmarais –  » Les mains de Madeleine »  Collier/Necklace  Rubber gloves, thread  (crédit photo: Joannie Lafrenière)
Margherita Marchioni necklace made from household cleaning (rubber) gloves.Margherita Marchioni necklace made from household cleaning (rubber) gloves.

13/11/2013

Niki Stylianou en noir et blanc

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Grece (GR),Niki STYLIANOU (GR),plastiques — bijoucontemporain @ 0:19

 For JOYA Barcelona 2013 Niki Stylianou presents « Vessels and Matter«   Rubber, silk and linen threads jewels.

Niki Stylianou  won the IV Yearbook Award-Arte & Joya
This award sponsored by Gruppo Duplex consists of a large communication campaign among the magazines of the group as well as a series of international promotion measures.
« I love making things with my hands and I love learning new techniques while exploring diverse materials and their inherent qualities. Jewelry gave me the opportunity to experiment, in a much smaller scale, with the tools that my Architectural experience gave me. And I really liked the designs I came up with. They had a structure, a certain form and they could be deconstructed and rearranged in endless variations. I guess this was the biggest challenge for me… I entered my own game and I never stopped playing …
I would describe my style as different, I think. A little bit controversial with a dose of irony and humor. It is geometrical but whimsical. Austere but playful and colorful at times. Elegant but bold. And it has ethnic references. My customers do not belong to a specific age group. but they tend to be somewhat passionate and eccentric.« 
What inspires you?
« The human body, everyday life, humble and overlooked materials, the ambiguous and the ephemeral, Bauhaus, geometry and architecture, form, color, texture, rhythm and repetition, humor…« 
« Starting to incorporate into my metal-smithing different re-cycled or up-cycled materials. Lately I have been obsessed with rubber, coming from up-cycled kitchen rubber gloves. An object that almost every woman can identify with. I hand-cut it, hand-paint it and combine it with precious and semi-precious metals and stones to give it new life. To transform it into something else. What amazes me is that although a synthetic material, rubber becomes “alive’ again, through an almost “organic” process. Slow, meticulous and repetitive. The resulting pieces grow to their final form while unfolding in time in a meditative kind of way.«   (from Noblivity interview)
Niki Stylianou presents "Vessels and Matter"  Rubber, silk and linen threads.
‘VESSELS AND MATTER’ Necklace; rubber, silk and linen threads

Niki Stylianou - 2013
necklace worn
Niki Stylianou | Necklace, from Joia Barcelona exhibition
Necklace; rubber, silk, linen threads, metal
Niki Stylianou wearing her necklace
Niki Stylianou wearing her necklace during JOYA Barcelona 2013
Niki Stylianou necklace
Niki Stylianou necklace
Niki Stylianou necklace
Niki Stylianou necklace with some silver « finger tips »
Niki Stylianou necklaceNiki Stylianou necklace  (details)
Niki Stylianou brooch
Niki Stylianou brooch
Niki Stylianou black necklace - detail
Niki Stylianou black « scarf » necklace – detail

13/07/2013

EXPO ‘Jun Konishi: Plastic Circle’ – MANO, Taipei City, Taiwan – 21 Juin-21 Juill. 2013

« Jun Konishi: Plastic Circle »
Jun Konishi: Plastic Circle -MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object (Taipei City 106, Taiwan, R.O.C.) 21-Jun-2013 - 21-Jul-2013  website: www.manomanman.com
‘Plastic Circle’ by Jun Konishi is the second exhibition taking place at the new gallery MANO in Taipei, Taiwan.
Jun Konishi’s work, from small pins to big installations, certainly meets the conditions of the contemporary scene. Using his artistic imagination to transform ordinary materials into works of art, his work critically engage with its place in the world and once attached to a human host, the jewellery not only serve as testament to the taste of the wearer but also as a sign of change in the wider world. Konishi’s work, along with his energy, humor, and genuine enthusiasm, ensures us more inspring years to come
Jun Konishi  Necklace: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  100 x 2 cm
Jun Konishi  Necklace: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  100 x 2 cm
Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  15 x 15 x 4 cm
Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic  15 x 15 x 4 cm
Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic

Jun Konishi  Bracelet: Plastic Circle 2013  Plastic

MANO Contemporary Jewellery & Object
No.4, Ln. 16, Taishun St
Da’an Dist. – Taipei City 106
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Telephone: +886 2 2365 2519
website: www.manomanman.com

10/07/2013

Les Tatty Devine décorées !

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Grande-Bretagne (UK),plastiques,Tatty Devine (UK) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:18

Ce n’est pas en France que cela arriverait !!! deux créatrices de bijoux, Harriet Vine et Rosie Wolfenden, les deux créatrices de « Tatty Devine« , décorées pour « Servce à la Nation » !!

TATTY DEVINE !! : On Friday, Rosie and Harriet received MBEs for Services to the Fashion Industry. Catch up with all the news from the big day with our royal round up. Go behind the scenes at the ceremony and discover what Prince Charles really thought of our Dinosaur GIANT Necklace.
TATTY DEVINE !! : On june 2013, Rosie and Harriet received MBEs for Services to the Fashion Industry. Catch up with all the news from the big day with our royal round up. Go behind the scenes at the ceremony and discover what Prince Charles really thought of our Dinosaur GIANT Necklace.
Tatty Devine

Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden ARE « TattyDevine« . They’ve been designing and making jewellery since 1999.

On June 2013, Rosie and Harriet (Tatty Devine designers) headed to Buckingham Palace in their finest Tatty Devine pieces to receive MBEs for Services to the Fashion Industry. Rosie and Harriet said, “Receiving our MBEs today is undoubtedly the proudest achievement of our careers to date. We’ve always been driven to create new, original and exciting jewellery, so to be formally recognised in this way is just incredible.”On June 2013, Rosie and Harriet (Tatty Devine designers) headed to Buckingham Palace in their finest Tatty Devine pieces to receive MBEs for Services to the Fashion Industry. Rosie and Harriet said, “Receiving our MBEs today is undoubtedly the proudest achievement of our careers to date. We’ve always been driven to create new, original and exciting jewellery, so to be formally recognised in this way is just incredible.”

Just chilling outside Buckingham Palace... with this splendid fellow! #MBE
Just chilling outside Buckingham Palace… with this splendid fellow!

Harriet and Rosie first met on Chelsea School Of Art’s Fine Art degree course. We found some bags of leather samples on the street one night, and after graduation we made leather wrist cuffs to sell on London’s markets. We were soon selling out every week at Portobello and Spitalfields. Vogue shot our first collection for their Millennium issue, and with lots of hard work, luck and fun, we grew our business to where it is today.

This year (june 2013) we were incredibly honoured to be awarded MBEs for services to the fashion industry. We’re proud to represent British design around the world and, as Tatty Devine continues to grow we stick to our principles of keeping production in the UK. Above all, we’re always motivated by fun.

Harriet Vine (Tatty Devine designer) wears Tatty Devine Dinosaur to collect MBE (june 2013)
Harriet Vine (Tatty Devine designer) wears Tatty Devine Dinosaur to collect MBE (june 2013)
"My Gem Cut Statement Necklace is from our upcoming Autumn Winter 2013 collection. The emerald mirror perspex works really well with my dress. I can’t wait for this collection to launch!”" said Rosie (Tatty Devine designer) june 2013« My Gem Cut Statement Necklace is from our upcoming Autumn Winter 2013 collection. The emerald mirror perspex works really well with my dress. I can’t wait for this collection to launch!” » said Rosie (Tatty Devine designer) june 2013

 Quelques unes de leur pièces emblématiques, à l’humour « si British » ! :

Tatty Devine - Lobster GIANT Necklace - black Tatty Devine – Lobster GIANT Necklace – black

 Tatty Devine - Dinosaur necklace
Tatty Devine – Dinosaur necklace
TATTY devine-(Harriet Vine & Rosie Wolfenden)- ady-and-dog- orange-red-big brooch-
TATTY devine-(Harriet Vine & Rosie Wolfenden)- « ady-and-dog » orange-red big brooch
Tatty Devine Aarrghhhh Necklace
Tatty Devine Aarrghhhh Necklace

09/07/2013

COUP de COEUR : Malgosia KALINSKA en noir et blanc

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Malgosia KALINSKA (PL),plastiques,Pologne (PL) — bijoucontemporain @ 8:42

Coup de Coeur pour les bijoux de Malgosia Kalinska, et tout particulièrement pour ses transformations de sacs en plastiques !

Building from plastic bags to create rhythmical, ordered structures, I have found for them a new place in my designs. Embedded in necklaces and rings they function as gemstones and pearls.

« Plastic bags, disposable package for disposable products after they’ve served their purpose, become useless- they reside in our drawers, as well as being chased by the wind in the African desert, they constitute an unwanted powerful force.
Building from plastic bags to create rhythmical, ordered structures, I have found for them a new place in my designs. Embedded in necklaces and rings they function as gemstones and pearls… « 

Education:
2005-2011
Master of Arts, Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź (Pologne), Department of Fabric and Fashion, specialization Jewellery Designs

2008 Graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Lodz, Faculty of Textile and Fashion Design, diploma with mention of the Department of Jewelry Design, Scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.

Malgosia Kalinska  Bracelet: untitled 2011  Plastic bag, silverMalgosia Kalinska  Bracelet: untitled 2011  Plastic bag, silver

Malgosia Kalinska  Bracelet: Untitled 2012  Plastic bag, silver  -  http://www.kalinska.pl/Malgosia Kalinska  Bracelet: Untitled 2012  Plastic bag, silver

Recycled plastic bags becomes beautiful jewellery in the hands of Malgosia KalinskaMalgosia Kalinska – Necklace: Untitled 2012 – Plastic bag, silver – 19 x 19 x 5 cm

Malgosia Kalinska  Necklace: Untitled 2011  Plastic bag, silverMalgosia Kalinska  Necklace: Untitled 2011  Plastic bag, silver

Malgosia Kalinska -   Brooch: Untitled 2011  Plastic bag, silverMalgosia Kalinska -   Brooch: Untitled 2011  Plastic bag, silver

Malgosia Kalinska Brooch: Untitled 2011 Plastic bag, silverMalgosia Kalinska Brooch: Untitled 2011 Plastic bag, silver

Malgosia Kalinska  Brooch: Untitled 2011  Organza, silverMalgosia Kalinska  Brooch: Untitled 2011  Organza, silver

Malgosia Kalinska (PL) - Necklace: Untitled 2012 - Silver,plastic bag  Photo by the artist - -   "Building from plastic bags to create rhythmical, ordered structures, I have found for them a new place in my designs. Embedded in necklaces and rings they function as gemstones and pearls."Malgosia Kalinska (PL) – Necklace: Untitled 2012 – Silver,plastic bag 

elle fait aussi d’autres SUPERBES choses, comme cette bague vue à JOYA 2012 :

Malgosia Kalinska ring (at JOYA Barcelona)Malgosia Kalinska ring

01/07/2013

Got the BLUES with Yoko SHIMIZU

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Japon (JP),necklaces,plastiques,Yoko SHIMIZU (JP) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

Yoko Shimizu

« My approach to jewellery often begins with a focus on the relationship between the jewellery piece and the human body.  I look for simplicity and harmony in this relationship through the process of making: experimenting with materials and forms, constructing one part at a time, pausing to see the effect on the body. In the end I feel the need to leave an imperfection or add or eliminate an element, so that there is something a bit off or unexpected, at times in search of tension, rigor, sometimes for a touch of warmth. »

Transformation « The theme of the series of necklaces in colored resin is ‘Transformation’. It is a part of a study in the transformation of forms, materials and colors. Pieces of wood are transformed into resin and the surface of wood is transferred onto the surface of resin. Transformation from wood to resin, from natural to artificial, from opaque to transparent. The transformation continues with the movement of the wearer and reflection of light, losing something but gaining something at the same time. »

Yoko Shimizu -  "The theme of the serie in colored resin is Transformation’. It is a part of a study in the transformation of forms, materials & colors. Pieces of wood are transformed into resin & the surface of wood is transferred onto the surface of resin. Transformation from wood to resin, from natural to artificial, from opaque to transparent. The transformation continues with the movement of the wearer & reflection of light, losing something but gaining something at the same time"

Yoko Shimizu - transformation serie

Yoko Shimizu - transformation serie

Yoko Shimizu - transformation serie

Yoko Shimizu - transformation serie  http://www.yokoshimizu.it/

Yoko Shimizu - transformation serie

28/05/2013

Coup de Coeur : Apawan Kultawanich, the beauty of translucency

Apawan Kultawanich (Thailand) takes a familiar object and transforms it, exploring « the beauty of translucency. »

«   The inspiration of my work comes from material experimentation. Plastic drinking straws is ready-made object that is overlooked its high potential properties. What made an object valuable? Through the research and experiment, Plastic drinking straws is transformed into material for jewellery. Translucency and optical effect are the outstanding characteristics of plastic drinking straws which are utilized as theme in my project.  The surprising biomorphic feature of melted plastic straws inspires the simplified organic shape of work pieces. I aim to capture a timeless delightful sense that is similar to the one we receive from natural object. Furthermore, the natural sense enhances tactile qualities illustrated through delicate and dynamic patterns and forms. My work explores the beauty of translucency through the plastic drinking straws, and challenges perception of material value in jewellery. The plastic drinking straw is transformed by experimental processes so as to bring out its aesthetic value. My work is a combination of optical effect, translucency and natural shape which result in an eye-catching delicate craft work. The optical effect in my work will change depending on the light and background behind the pieces when it set on the body. »
MA project at BIAD school, 2012

Apawan Kultawanich, Translucency 5, 2012, Body piece, Plastic Straw, 1000 x 200 x 50 mm, photo: Teerut ChanwatanaApawan Kultawanich, Translucency 5, 2012, Body piece, Plastic Straw, 1000 x 200 x 50 mm, photo: Teerut Chanwatana

Apawan Kultawanich - Body-piece in detailApawan Kultawanich – Body-piece in detail

Apawan Kultawanich, Untitled, 2012, Bangle, Plastic Straw, Acrylic, 220 x 220 mm, photo: Teerut ChanwatanaApawan Kultawanich, Untitled, 2012, Bangle, Plastic Straw, Acrylic, 220 x 220 mm, photo: Teerut Chanwatana

Apawan Kultawanich - Brooch  II, IIIApawan Kultawanich – Brooch  II, III

Apawan Kultawanich - rings  MA project - BIAD school, UK, 2012Apawan Kultawanich – rings  

Apawan Kultawanich - Brooch  IApawan Kultawanich – Brooch  I

26/04/2013

EXPO ‘Catching Big Fish’ – Beyond Fashion, Antwerp (Belgium) – 25 Avril-22 Juin 2013

Karin Roy Andersson : Catching Big Fish

There is something magnetic with the undiscovered world of the oceans. Frightening, exciting and with the beauty that comes with the tension between these feelings. Welcome to the opening of Catching Big Fish at Beyond Fashion.

Karin Roy Andersson: Catching Big Fish    Artists: Karin Roy Andersson  Management: Karin De Buysere and René Darmont  Place: Beyond Fashion  (Antwerp, Belgium)  25-Apr-2013 - 22-Jun-2013    website: www.beyondfashion.be(Karin Roy Andersson – Bracelets: Catching Big Fish 2013 – Recycled plastics, textile - Photo: Sanna Svedestedt)

« I love fish; their shape, fens and the pattern of the fish scale. I am intrigued by how they move, their bodies and faces and their, in our eyes, exceptional behaviour. In a society where the view on what is normal is still quite conservative, the way some fish species change sex, size and identity gives you a new perspective.
A few years ago I started working with scales making chains of thin silver flakes. Now some of the scales have grown larger and I have added elements of recycled plastics. To me the pieces looks like traces from an intense struggle catching a big fish. When adding the plastic I sadly realized that jumping into the ocean you might be more likely to end up with plastics on your body than scales from a fish.  »
  Karin Roy Andersson

Karin Roy Andersson  Brooch: Catching Big Fish 2013  Recycled plastics, textile, paint, steel  9 x 5.5 x 3 cmKarin Roy Andersson  Brooch: Catching Big Fish 2013  – Recycled plastics, textile, paint, steel  9 x 5.5 x 3 cm

Karin Roy Andersson: Catching Big FishKarin Roy Andersson : Catching Big Fish

Karin Roy Andersson: Catching Big FishKarin Roy Andersson: Catching Big Fish

Solo Expo @ Beyond Fashion/ Karin Roy AnderssonKarin Roy Andersson: Catching Big Fish ring

Karin Roy Andersson  Necklace: Catching Big Fish 2013  Recycled plastics, textile, silver, paint  pendant:11 x 4.5 x 2.5 cm, length: 27 cmKarin Roy Andersson Necklace: Catching Big Fish 2013  Recycled plastics, textile, silver, paint  pendant:11 x 4.5 x 2.5 cm, length: 27 cm

Solo Expo @ Beyond Fashion/ Karin Roy AnderssonKarin Roy Andersson

 

Beyond Fashion 
POURBUSSTRAAT 7
2000 ANTWERP-SOUTH
BELGIUM
www.beyondfashion.be

29/10/2012

SeulGi KWON : new works

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),plastiques,Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR),SIERAAD (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 18:26

  SeulGi Kwon -   Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award "First Prize"    http://gioiellocontemporaneo.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/le-motivazioni-del-cominelli-2012/SeulGi Kwon -   Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award « First Prize »   

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel
SeulGi Kwon - 2012 - broochSeulGi Kwon – 2012 – brooch

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 - brooch (DETAIL)SeulGi Kwon – 2012 – brooch (DETAIL)

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅳ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, artificial hair, stainless steel  14 x 8 x 4 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅳ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, artificial hair, stainless steel  14 x 8 x 4 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  13.5 x 9 x 3 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  13.5 x 9 x 3 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steelSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch (DETAIL)

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