Gabbia a Segmenti

Gabbia a Segmenti

Mar
01

Giorgio Vigna Gabbia a Segmenti, 2017 18kt yellow gold and rock crystal ring signed and unique

Gabbia a Segmenti

Mar
01

Giorgio Vigna Gabbia a Segmenti, 2017 18kt yellow gold, oxidised silver, diamonds and rock crystal ring signed and unique

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt yellow gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks.   Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt yellow gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks.   Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt yellow gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks.   Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt white gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks.   Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt yellow gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks.   Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt yellow gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks.   Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Gri-Gri

Feb
21

Pascale Marthine Tayou Gri-Gri, 2017 18kt yellow gold, South Sea pearls, beads, African cloth and coloured threads 7 unique rings signed Traditionally the term ‘gri-gri’ has been related to good-luck voodoo talismans of African origin. Likewise, Tayou’s rings are amulets that stem a positive energy coming out from the hidden beads – there is a Shaman potion hidden inside! To realize these unique works the artist wraps the cloth very tightly with different coloured threads around a pearl symbolizing purity. Tayou believes that art cannot be separated from life and consequently his artworks repeatedly include objects from everyday life, often gathered during his trips. The journey, the encounter, the energy, the spontaneity and chance are concepts that shape Tayou’s art, leading to pieces that entail an eccentric and colorful mix of everyday situations, human peculiarities and geographies. The ‘Gri-Gri’ rings conveys the African tribal identity in the form of a ring, a jewellery piece with a relevant symbolism in European tradition, creating a blending of rituals and civilizations. This union results in a sophisticated piece of cultural synthesis, following the vibrant and playful style of Tayou’s artworks. Image courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery and GALLERIA CONTINUA San Gimignano/Beijing/Les Moulins/Habana

Due in Uno

Jan
20

Giulio Paolini Due in Uno (‘Two in One’), 1967-2016 18 kt yellow gold ring edition of 30 signed and numbered Giulio Paolini’s first wearable art project has been ideated around the idea of love. The ‘Due in Uno’ (‘Two in One’) ring unites two gold rings in one piece, leading to an infinite line of movement. It was first conceived by Paolini in silver, in 1967 as a present to his wife and only two exemplars were made. ‘The ring consists of a line in movement that comes to an end at the same point from which it departed. Two rings, in this case, chase each other to show form and function as two equal things, or better one single thing’  Giulio Paolini