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Peter Skwiot Smith, Sorrow and Joy I

Peter Skwiot Smith, Sorrow and Joy I

Motoi Yamamoto uses only salt for his large-scale labyrinthine installations. After many years working on a shipyard, the loss of his sister began Motoi’s obsession with salt and spirituality. Salt is key in Japanese funeral rites. After each exhibition is finished, Motoi asks visitors to collect the salt from the floor and return it to the river or ocean. (via MOTHER » Blog Archive » SALT)

Motoi Yamamoto uses only salt for his large-scale labyrinthine installations. After many years working on a shipyard, the loss of his sister began Motoi’s obsession with salt and spirituality. Salt is key in Japanese funeral rites. After each exhibition is finished, Motoi asks visitors to collect the salt from the floor and return it to the river or ocean. (via MOTHER » Blog Archive » SALT)

In partnership with Swarovski, painter Joao Figueiredo reinterpretes classical works. “Beauty is nothing other than the promise of happiness.” Stendhal (via MOTHER » Blog Archive » BROKEN PROMISE)

In partnership with Swarovski, painter Joao Figueiredo reinterpretes classical works. “Beauty is nothing other than the promise of happiness.” Stendhal (via MOTHER » Blog Archive » BROKEN PROMISE)

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*kikyz1313. Ethereal Graze, 2012. Ink and watercolor on paper, 45x45 cm.

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*kikyz1313Ethereal Graze, 2012. Ink and watercolor on paper, 45x45 cm.