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Clara Scremini Gallery: Push the glass in the history of art

For this new edition of Brussels Art Fair – BRAFA 2016, from 23 to 31 January 2016, Clara Scremini Gallery came back again with glass works where all the arts were involved in the fair. The gallery highlighted thirty pieces from seven different nationalities. All these unique pieces transcend material,...
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For this new edition of Brussels Art Fair – BRAFA 2016, from 23 to 31 January 2016, Clara Scremini Gallery came back again with glass works where all the arts were involved in the fair. The gallery highlighted thirty pieces from seven different nationalities. All these unique pieces transcend material, technical, facing each of these works is a new experience of beauty, look.

With her stand, Clara Scremini appeared as an alchemist, or more precisely as an aesthetic snowblower. With her eyes, she sifts as a microscope and shows in the walls of the artists with innovative aesthetics, surprising, refined. This is the case of the thirteen artists exposed in her stand: Marieke Benetti, Caco2, Markus Emilsson, Gyorgy Gaspar, Michael Glancy, Patrice Goupil, Simon Klenell, Maria Koshenkova, Annick Renaud, Gizela Sabokova, Pavel Trnka, Frantisek Vizner and Julius Weiland.

Images: Stand n°136a in Brafa

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Markus Emilsson - ©Clara Scremini Gallery
Markus Emilsson - ©Clara Scremini Gallery
Michel Glancy - ©Clara Scremini Gallery
Michel Glancy - ©Clara Scremini Gallery
Gyorgy Gaspar -©Clara Scremini Gallery
Gyorgy Gaspar -©Clara Scremini Gallery
Michel Glancy - ©Clara Scremini Gallery
Michel Glancy - ©Clara Scremini Gallery
Maria Koshenkova
Maria Koshenkova
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