In 2009, Lily Yung, the Toronto‐based jeweller and designer, invited a dozen or so artists to participate in a wonderful, whimsical project: to each create over 100 rings, more like 144 each, to arrive at a total of 2010. The aim of this exhibition was to explore the many circuitous routes a ring might take.
From ready‐mades to the ephemeral to Arte Povera, while making use of new technologies and tackling themes such as ecology and recycling, the offerings of the selected artists surprise and stimulate both the mind and the senses. In addition to the more traditional materials, plastic, porcelain, wood, resin, and paper have been put to use in unpredictable ways.
You can visit this exhibition until April 10th at Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h.
Aquesta exposició es pot visitar fins el 10 d’abril a la Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h.
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