Face à face: Diptyque by Gaia Repossi & Jeremy Everett

 

Face à face

Diptyque

By Gaia Repossi & Jeremy Everett

Face à face – Diptyque by Gaia Repossi & Jeremy Everett

Gaia’s soft feminine hand resting on the broken relic of a Roman figure relates to the power of femininity in her work. Gaia’s interests in jewellery all stem from her beginnings in archaeology and how individual identity can define an entire civilisation.

Face à face – Diptyque by Gaia Repossi & Jeremy Everett

Jeremy frequently uses the sculptural concerns of a corner in his studio. The photograph removes the corner, destroys the perspective and sets up a moment in which the hidden corner can be better understood.

21/12/16

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