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Galia Linn

Untitled Vessel, 2012

Black mountain clay, gunmetal green, sky blue, and teal green glazed stoneware
6 × 21 1/2 in
15.2 × 54.6 cm
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About the work
LAND: Los Angeles Nomadic Division Benefit Auction

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Courtesy of the artist

Medium
Sculpture
Galia Linn
Israeli, b. 1963
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Los Angeles-based sculptor and installation artist Galia Linn pushes clay to break and crack in the kiln in order to create vessels whose flawed surfaces are emblematic of the human experience. Linn encountered the intersection of modern and ancient civilization throughout her childhood in Israel, and her pieces reflect on this larger life cycle of growth and decay. Recently, Linn has been inspired by a Japanese world view called “Wabi-Sabi,” which speaks to the acceptance and transcendence of imperfection.

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About the work
LAND: Los Angeles Nomadic Division Benefit Auction

Courtesy of the artist

Courtesy of the artist

Medium
Sculpture
Galia Linn
Israeli, b. 1963
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Los Angeles-based sculptor and installation artist Galia Linn pushes clay to break and crack in the kiln in order to create vessels whose flawed surfaces are emblematic of the human experience. Linn encountered the intersection of modern and ancient civilization throughout her childhood in Israel, and her pieces reflect on this larger life cycle of growth and decay. Recently, Linn has been inspired by a Japanese world view called “Wabi-Sabi,” which speaks to the acceptance and transcendence of imperfection.

Galia Linn

Untitled Vessel, 2012

Black mountain clay, gunmetal green, sky blue, and teal green glazed stoneware
6 × 21 1/2 in
15.2 × 54.6 cm
Bidding closed
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