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Signe, Singe by Sophie Hanagarth & Yiumsiri Vantanapindu

Exhibition  /  26 Aug 2017  -  29 Oct 2017
Published: 14.08.2017
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Sophie Hanagarth, Yiumsiri Vantanapindu
A joke between the distinctive "sign" that could be the jewel and the "monkey" who in different places and in different epochs represents both the magician-tricker or the artist impersonator. Beside, it is also under the auspices of this zodiac sign that the two artists, Sophie Hanagarth and Yiumsiri Vantanapindu, owe their birth though one cycle apart.

These works are answered by the proximity of the creative path, anchored between the west and the east. In addition, it will be the occasion to convene at the vernissage the enigmatic god-monkey Hanuman, main character of the Thai mythology to come to imitate man by adorning himself. The myth of Ramayana will be presented through the performance of a classical dancer.
 
Sophie Hanagarth. Bracelet: Trap. Iron. Sophie Hanagarth
Bracelet: Trap
Iron
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Yiumsiri Vantanapindu. Necklace: My mind IV. Metal, brass and wood. Yiumsiri Vantanapindu
Necklace: My mind IV
Metal, brass and wood
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Yiumsiri Vantanapindu. Necklace: My mind II. Metal, porcelain. Yiumsiri Vantanapindu
Necklace: My mind II
Metal, porcelain
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Sophie Hanagarth. Necklace: Brünhilde. Iron, leather. Sophie Hanagarth
Necklace: Brünhilde
Iron, leather
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