Maskara with Dragonfly

Maskara with Dragonfly

May
20

Avish Khebrehzadeh Maskhara with Dragonfly, 2014 L.G.R sunglasses gold, silver pin, enamel edition of 25 signed and numbered Avish Khebrehzadeh in collaboration with Elisabetta Cipriani has created a limited edition of the high-end sunglasses by L.G.R., enriched with details in different precious materials. The sunglasses as a physical mask and facial ornament are a deliberate play with the notion of a mask. Focal in the artist’s more recent works, the mask is a study of conditions, behaviours or gestures through which the individual either conceals the true self or projects an alternative self. Our life is a mask, even to ourselves. It is neither visible nor tangible. It is simply there. We mock, ridicule, transform our masks as we come upon others. (Avish Khebrehzadeh)  

Maskhara with Butterflies

May
14

Avish Khebrehzadeh Maskara with Butterflies, 2014 L.G.R sunglasses, gold, silver pin edition of 25 Avish Khebrehzadeh in collaboration with Elisabetta Cipriani has created a limited edition of the high-end sunglasses by L.G.R., enriched with details in different precious materials. The sunglasses as a physical mask and facial ornament are a deliberate play with the notion of a mask. Focal in the artist’s more recent works, the mask is a study of conditions, behaviours or gestures through which the individual either conceals the true self or projects an alternative self. Our life is a mask, even to ourselves. It is neither visible nor tangible. It is simply there. We mock, ridicule, transform our masks as we come upon others. (Avish Khebrehzadeh)

Maskhara with Lizard and Cricket

May
12

Avish Khebrehzadeh Maskhara with Lizard and Cricket, 2014 L.G.R sunglasses, gold, black diamonds, enamel silver pin edition of 25 Avish Khebrehzadeh in collaboration with Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery has created a limited edition of the high-end sunglasses by L.G.R., enriched with details in different precious materials. The sunglasses, as a physical mask and facial ornament, are a deliberate play with the notion of a mask, focal in the artist’s more recent works, being in essence a study of conditions, behaviours or gestures through which the individual either conceals the true self or projects an alternative self. Our life is a mask, even to ourselves. It is neither visible nor tangible. It is simply there. We mock, ridicule, transform our masks as we come upon others. (Avish Khebrehzadeh)