MARTACARMELA SOTELO VENICE 2017 SAUTOIR NECKLACE IN BRASS AND IRON WITH RED ENAMEL
STUNNING GEOMETRICAL LONG SAUTOIR NECKLACE DESIGNED BY MARTACARMELA SOTELO.
THIS IS A PIECE FROM THE SQUARED SERIES, WAS PART OF THE EXHIBITION AT THE VENICE 2017 BIENNALE. IS AN EXCEPTIONAL SCULPTURAL PIECE OF MODERN JEWELRY WITH A TRI DIMENSIONAL DECONSTRUCTION OF THE SQUARE FIGURE.
AN UNIQUE PIECE, TOTALLY HAND CRAFTED WITH DIFFERENT SIZES OF WIRES OF COPPER, BRASS AND OXIDIZED IRON. SOME PARTS ARE EMBELLISHED WITH RED ENAMEL APPLICATIONS.
Martacarmela Sotelo is an artist and designer from Mexico. Ever since 2000 she started to develop her artwork and in 2009 she began working and developing her "wearable art" project. Made out from different materials and forms used in non-conventional ways the jewellery she makes as well as art pieces are quite unique. Her pieces have been featured around the World in: MoMA Store in New York, AGO Museum in Toronto, High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Bettina Flament Gallery in Lille, Marion Friedmann Gallery in London, Galeria Mexicana de Diseño in Mexico City among others. She has also From 2012-2015 she was director in Mexico for the Otro-Diseño Foundation for Cultural Cooperation and Development, a non-profit organization based in the Netherlands. She has also collaborated as a freelance designer for the famous Mexican silver brand TANE.
THIS PIECE HAVE A TOTAL WEIGHT OF 25.5 Grams AND A LENGTH OF 32 INCHES.
THE MAIN TRI DIMENSIONAL PIECE HAVE A MEASURES OF 2.1 INCHES BY 3.75 INCHES BY 1.12 INCHES. IS SIGNED WITH THE ARTIST LOGO "M" IN A STERLING SILVER PIECE.
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