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Thomas Gentille: Twenty-First Century

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Published: 10.02.2011
Thomas Gentille: Twenty-First Century.
Editor:
Samantha Topol
Text by:
Thomas Gentille, Toni Greenbaum, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Patti Bleicher, Eileen David
Edited by:
Gallery Loupe
Edited at:
2011
Technical data:
120 page, hardback cover, full-colour images, text in English, 15 x 21.5 cm
ISBN / ISSN:
978-0-615-39994-2
Price: 
from $ 40
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The 120 page full-color book, designed by the artist and edited by Samantha Topol, features essays by Museum of Art curator Ursula Ilse-Neuman, and jewelry historians Toni Greenbaum and Vanessa S. Lynn, as well as a forward by the artist. Thomas Gentille: Twenty-First Century is available for purchase through Gallery Loupe.
Gallery Loupe is pleased to announce the publication of Thomas Gentille: Twenty-First Century – a stand-alone exhibition catalogue featuring actual size reproductions of new work by artist Thomas Gentille – an internationally recognized and leading figure in contemporary jewelry.

Thomas Gentille: Twenty-First Century was on view at Gallery Loupe from October 20 – November 20, 2010. The exhibition featured over thirty-five of his pins, created in a wide range of forms and materials, including wood, pumice, sawdust, eggshell, resin and stone. Also on display were watercolor studies investigating color and form, as well as a model of a house designed by the artist.

For over fifty years, Thomas Gentille has re-imagined the possibilities of jewelry as a medium of artistic expression. He has invented new techniques, explored alternative materials and created works that are both minimal and poetic. Gentille’s use of unusual substances, ranging from eggshell to dental amalgam, has focused on manifesting the “soul” of each material as an integral quality in a finished piece.

“As to my work in this exhibition, I prefer to let it speak for itself. It is my hope it will resonate with you, tell you wonderful stories. For jewelry is, after all, a most wondrous language,” Gentille writes. 

texts by:
Patti Bleicher and Eileen David
Thomas Gentille
Ursula Ilse-Neuman
Toni Greenbaum
Vanessa S. Lynn
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