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Princesse Sara
Description : Smoke-fired stoneware sculpture, steel, survival blanket
Date of creation : 2017-2018
Dimensions : 170 cm × 120 cm × 120 cm
Weight : 40 kg
7,800 €
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About the work :

Princesse Sara is a work by French contemporary artist Cécile Raynal, from the "petites histoires en réserve" (tales from the storage area) series.

This figurative sculpture in smoked sandstone is of a young woman standing, looking straight ahead, arms folded. She is wearing her hair down with a tiara which contrasts with the rest of the sculpture. She is wearing a long skirt made from an emergency blanket providing a juxtaposition with the title 'princesse' and the tiara she is wearing. This element gives a sense to the work and the problems that the artist is outlining with this clay sculpture

« When Sara was posing for me, she brought along the tiara that she wore in my studio. The sculpture superimposes dreams of princesses with emergency thermal blankets, her tiara and her faded souvenirs of her homeland Algeria. »

This sculpture exhibited in the Arts et Métiers museum between 29 May and 26 Aug 2018, part of the "petites histoires en réserve" series was created during Cécile Raynal's residency behind the scenes at the museum in 2017. As per her method, the artist created busts and standing figurines of the people she met as well as animal sculptures (wolves and foxes) recurrent in the works of the artist for a few years now.

Princesse Sara

Description : Smoke-fired stoneware sculpture, steel, survival blanket
Date of creation : 2017-2018
Dimensions : 170 cm × 120 cm × 120 cm
Weight : 40 kg
7,800 €
This piece of work is already in your basket. If you choose to add it, it will automatically change the quantity. (Countries differences in VAT rates require as many invoices as expedition points).
If you choose to add this piece of work to your basket, it will automatically replace the existing piece unless if it made by the same artist. (Countries differences in VAT rates require as many invoices as expedition points).
A question ?

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Our guarantees :
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