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    Lipstick and Gas Masks, Mashid Mohadjerin

    In the recent uprisings that started in Tunisia, surged to Egypt, then swept through other parts of the Middle East, women played an important role, standing alongside their mail counterparts.

    Coming from different ideological and social backgrounds, the woman portrayed in this book defy stereotypes. Spirited, idealistic, courageous, and resolute, they led or instigated revolutionary acts in their respective countries.

  • Item:MER-1118

    Proportio EN

    Presented from May until November 2015 at the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice by the Axel & May Vervoordt Foundation and Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia, the exhibition Proportio examined the ways we experience proportion in our lives and the complex universe in which we live. By presenting wide-ranging and diverse expressions found in art, nature, physics, economics, history, science, music, medicine and many other subjects, the study of proportion uncovers the natural patterns that are used to create everything in the material world. Throughout the course of known human history, the knowledge of proportions has been applied across civilizations for thousands of years. The sophisticated knowledge of sacred geometry, and the golden ratio in particular, was considered highly advanced and closely linked to secretive spiritual wisdom and religious traditions.

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    Hobbs McLaughlin, Marie Angeletti

    Hobbs McLaughlin is a continuation of Marie Angeletti’s 2013 exhibition, inside the living room of a Balfron Tower apartment, a Goldfinger high rise in East London. The publication sees Angeletti further develop a web of relationships, part-real part-fictional, centred around the flat and people involved in it. For the exhibition she photographed the two girls who run the space and an artist friend who had shown there previously, images which were shown alongside other figures and scenes. For this publication, Angeletti mixes installation shots and images from the show, photographs from the opening night and works by artist-friends who have also exhibited in the flat. Angeletti’s images move toward an awareness of social contexts. She shows how the conditions in which one works, the way relationships are formed, and the spaces one occupies are all interconnected, modifying the manner in which artwork is seen.

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    Optic Nerve and Ruffini Ending, Mara Goldberg

    Artist book in which Mara Goldberg draws drawing upon drawing upon drawing. Each time making a copy of the previous one. In this artist book the process of alteration as a result of repetition finds its way in drawings of optic nerves and Ruffini endings.

  • Item:MER-410

    Ring, Siegfried De Buck

    Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Siegfried De Buck: Een carrière als Juweelontwerper en Zilversmid' at Designmuseum, Ghent (31.10.2009–07.02.2010).

    As a contemporary jewellery designer and silversmith, Siegfried De Buck plays an important role in the development of Belgian goldsmithing. His career, in which craftsmanship and elegance are at the heart of things, spans over 30 years and bears witness to a great personality. Due to his continuous drive for innovation, various style periods were formed in his design work.

    Led by his sense of materials, the designer merges precious and non-precious materials to form unique pieces.

  • Item:MER-433

    LIQUID GOLD GOLD RUSH, Parcifal Neyt


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