Deborah Bowmann
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Stoneware washbasin

realized by Daniel Dewar et Gregory Gicquel

showcased in the exhibition Les fausses dents du prince at Deborah Bowmann, Brussels

1 edition only – delivered with unique certificate of authenticity signed by the artist(s) and Deborah Bowmann

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2 200,00 € tax incl.

About the artist and the work

Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel (respectively born in1976 in Forrest of Dean, GB and in 1975 in St Brieux, FR, live and work between Brussels and Paris)

From tapestry to granite carving, from wooden sculpture to ceramic works, Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel vocabulary combines genres in a playful – but yet erudite – immoderation. They multiply references to popular culture in an assertive manner, putting at risk aesthetic canons and the surrounding high taste while creating a dialogue with a more traditional history of sculpture, from its ancestral origins to the post-industrial era. The patterns they decline borrow as much to the medieval recumbent statue as to forms of abstraction developed by artists during the second half of the twentieth century. Their work has been shown worldwide in numerous museums and artfairs, including Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California, USA, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Yokohama Museum of Art, Japon... In 2012 they received the Marcel Duchamp Price. They are represented by Loevenbruck in Paris, Micheline Szwajcer in Brussels and Truth and Consequences in Geneva.

Materials high fired stoneware
Size 40x30x20