August 14, 2013

Ashkan Honarvar. Porcelain.

These luxurious figurines originally depicted scenes from the daily life of the Bourgeoisie around 1700. Their shiny white skins display a pure and almost god-like serenity and their clothing and jewellery shimmer in the light. Ashkan Honarvar has dissected these luxury items to create new compositions that have no real identity, yet still radiate wealth.

 

 


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