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new year new eyes

“The Real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking
new landscapes, but in having new eyes”
– Marcel Proust

Kinetic jewelry moves, revolves, rotates.
And as we segue into 2020, the work of Pol Bury is top of mind.

Born in 1922 in Belgium, Bury was initially a painter, sculptor, and filmmaker.

Influenced by the painting of Magritte and the sculptures of Calder, he painted geometric abstract paintings and was associated with the CoBrA avant-garde group.

In 1953 he gave up painting and started making mobiles and experimenting with motors and other kinetic works.

He moved to France and became principally a sculptor.
His kinetic jewelry is much sought-after.

The earrings shown here are in our Collection and are for sale.

Signed and made of polished eighteen carat gold, made in 1970, these are marked no. 2/30.

Bury’s work is in The Museum of Modern Art, The Tate Gallery, The Art Institute of Chicago, and the Chelsea Museum among others.

Very wearable, chic art.

Please call us or reply to this email for further details.

Happy New Year!

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