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Kim Buck - The Real Thing

The Real Thing - Jewellery and Objects by Kim Buck

Kim Buck (1957-)

Kim Buck is partial to using well-known jewelry motifs such as hearts, daisies, signet rings, and crosses as a point of departure, but the materials can be anything from precious metals to found objects and ready-mades. With surprising combinations, wordplay, and a touch of irony, he questions the conventions of the jewelry business as well as the way national and religious symbols are used and abused. Even Denmark’s national jewelry piece, the daisy brooch, is up for scrutiny.
To a conceptual artist, raising questions and prompting reflection is of utmost importance. The questions raised by Kim Buck through his jewelry and objects touch upon values, ethics, and social status and reach far beyond the jewelry field itself, disrupting our cultural habits and understanding of the self.
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Emne Smykker, Sølv- og Guldsmede
Kunstner Kim Buck
Forfatter Jorunn Veiteberg
Sprog Dansk / Engelsk / Kinesisk
Illustrationer Gennemillusteret
Format / Sideantal 19.5 x 24.5 cm. / 184 s.
Udgivelsesår 2021
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Arnoldche
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 978-3-89790-612-9
Lev. 3 dage
The Real Thing - Jewellery and Objects by Kim Buck

Kim Buck (1957-)

Kim Buck is partial to using well-known jewelry motifs such as hearts, daisies, signet rings, and crosses as a point of departure, but the materials can be anything from precious metals to found objects and ready-mades. With surprising combinations, wordplay, and a touch of irony, he questions the conventions of the jewelry business as well as the way national and religious symbols are used and abused. Even Denmark’s national jewelry piece, the daisy brooch, is up for scrutiny.
To a conceptual artist, raising questions and prompting reflection is of utmost importance. The questions raised by Kim Buck through his jewelry and objects touch upon values, ethics, and social status and reach far beyond the jewelry field itself, disrupting our cultural habits and understanding of the self.