19 May 2016

Chinese circles

Esther de Beaucé specializes in jewelry by visual artists, designers and architects. From June 1st to July 22nd 2016, she will exhibit pieces by Zhou Yiyan, who finds inspiration in the circle within the Chinese tradition. With unexpected materials like ceramic and linen thread she disrupts the tension inherent to this otherwise perfect form and transforms it into magnificent necklaces.

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