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Nayah, 2019

Ghost nets (reclaimed fishing net and rope) and wire frame
30 7/10 × 24 4/5 × 2/5 in
78 × 63 × 1 cm
This is a unique work.
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London
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JGM Gallery
London
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Environmental artist Florence Gutchen is at the forefront of the global ghost net artistic movement …

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Environmental artist Florence Gutchen is at the forefront of the global ghost net artistic movement on Erub Island, off the north eastern corner of Queensland, Australia.

As the rising tide of plastic pollution is being declared a planetary crisis, these sculptures made from abandoned fishing nets washed up on the …

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Florence Gutchen
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JGM Gallery
London
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Environmental artist Florence Gutchen is at the forefront of the global ghost net artistic movement …

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Environmental artist Florence Gutchen is at the forefront of the global ghost net artistic movement on Erub Island, off the north eastern corner of Queensland, Australia.

As the rising tide of plastic pollution is being declared a planetary crisis, these sculptures made from abandoned fishing nets washed up on the …

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Manufacturer
Florence Gutchen
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Florence Gutchen

Nayah, 2019

Ghost nets (reclaimed fishing net and rope) and wire frame
30 7/10 × 24 4/5 × 2/5 in
78 × 63 × 1 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
London
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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