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Micromania by Attai Chen and Carina Shoshtary

Exhibition  /  13 Dec 2017  -  28 Feb 2018
Published: 07.12.2017
Micromania by Attai Chen and Carina Shoshtary.
Froots & Nogart
Curator:
Ang Lu
Management:
Florance Xia, Noga Zhang Shahar
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Intro
Works from different periods, which reveals the potential of the materials are fully transformed into a form of conversation and speaks out the artists' emotion, imagination and innovation.

Artist list

Attai Chen, Carina Shoshtary
About Attai Chen:
Born in 1979 in Jerusalem, Israel. Since 2007, lives and works in Munich, Germany. At 2006 Chen Graduated receiving his first degree (B.F.A), from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design,  Jerusalem, the Department of Jewellery and Fashion. In 2012 he graduated Professor Otto Künzli’s class at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich. His work is shown in the following collections, among others: The Donna Schneier Collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (US); The Rotasa Foundation, California, (US); Helen Drutt Collection, Philadelphia; The International Design Museum Munich (DE); The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv (IL); The Israeli Museum of Art, Jerusalem (IL).

My work is primarily based on an inquiry into the nature of matter.
In the process of working, I approach the different materials with the intention to establish a form of dialogue with it. Into this 
dialogue I bring images that have the certain acute bearing on my mind, images that inspire and keep me preoccupied with, notions that in most cases are not clearly defined. The material brings in its unique characteristics, its specific history, and amenability to diverse cultural interpretation.
/ Attai Chen


About Carina Shoshtary:
Born in 1979 In Augsburg, Germany, is of German and Iranian origin. She was trained as a goldsmith in Neugablonz, Germany and then studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Germany in the jewellery department under Professor Otto Künzli. She graduated in 2012 and was awarded the Bavarian State Prize for Emerging Designers and the State Prize for Applied Arts the same year. She has exhibited her work internationally at galleries and museums including Galerie Ra, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Sienna Gallery, Lenox, USA; Museum of Applied Arts, Frankfurt Germany; International Design Museum, Munich, Germany. Her work is part of the jewellery collection of The Röhsska Museum, Gothenburg, Sweden; the Rotasa Foundation, Mill Valley, USA and the International Design Museum, Munich, Germany.

My work starts with an intuitive experimental play with a found material that attracted my curiosity. In the process, the material is being thoroughly transformed. Everyday images, thoughts and dreams are woven in as well as my own vision of a parallel nature.
/ Carina Shoshtary

Hours

Tue.- Sun. 10:00 -18:00 h
Attai Chen. Necklace: Untitled, 2017.  Paper, paint, silver, wood and graphite.. 33 X 21 X 9 cm. Photo by: Attai Chen. From series: Matter of Perspective. Attai Chen
Necklace: Untitled, 2017
 Paper, paint, silver, wood and graphite.
33 X 21 X 9 cm
Photo by: Attai Chen
From series: Matter of Perspective
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Attai Chen. Ring: Reduction, 2013. Wood, colour, silver, plastic, copper, paper.. 10 x 7 x 7 cm. Photo by: Roni Knaani. From series: Terra Mutantica. Attai Chen
Ring: Reduction, 2013
Wood, colour, silver, plastic, copper, paper.
10 x 7 x 7 cm
Photo by: Roni Knaani
From series: Terra Mutantica
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Carina Shoshtary. Necklace: Venus 4, 2017. Graffiti, glass, silver, seashell.. 7.6 x 10.2 x 2 cm. Photo by: Mire Takeuchi. From series: Karma Chroma. Carina Shoshtary
Necklace: Venus 4, 2017
Graffiti, glass, silver, seashell.
7.6 x 10.2 x 2 cm
Photo by: Mire Takeuchi
From series: Karma Chroma
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Carina Shoshtary. Necklace: Purple and Green, 2013. Graffiti, silver.. 10.5 x 6 x 3.3 cm. Photo by: Mire Takeuchi. From series: What’s Left of Krypton. Carina Shoshtary
Necklace: Purple and Green, 2013
Graffiti, silver.
10.5 x 6 x 3.3 cm
Photo by: Mire Takeuchi
From series: What’s Left of Krypton
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FROOTS Gallery Exhibition Scene..
FROOTS Gallery Exhibition Scene.

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