Daniel Zelig : Keys, Ceramic Necklace

On October 13, 2011 by cutlerface7

Daniel Zelig : Keys, Ceramic Necklace


They open nothing, they belong to no one and there is no fear of them being lost. Anonymous in their whiteness. An everyday object transformed into an emotional and nostalgic jewellery.
Exhibited in the Sixth Biennale for Israeli Ceramics.
Danielzelig.com

Daniel Zelig : Keys, Ceramic NecklaceDaniel Zelig : Keys, Ceramic Necklace

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