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Mariko Mori

'Planets' Brooch, 2013

18k white gold, South Sea pearls, Akoya pearls, broken glass bead, aurora bead and crystal with pins on reverse
2 4/5 in diameter
7 cm diameter
This is part of a limited edition set.
£9,000
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About the work
Provenance
Louisa Guinness Gallery
London
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Defined by balance and harmony, “Planets” echoes the spiritual quality of Mori’s most recent work. …

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Defined by balance and harmony, “Planets” echoes the spiritual quality of Mori’s most recent work. Referencing ancient Jomon culture and cosmology it is a meditation on time, space and nature.

The circular form of each piece nods to the Jomon understanding of time as circular. At the same time “Planets” draws on …

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Signature
Incised with artist's signature and hallmarked.
Series
'Planets' series.
Manufacturer
In collaboration with Louisa Guinness
Image rights
Courtesy of Louisa Guinness Gallery
Mariko Mori
Japanese, b. 1967
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Mariko Mori’s diverse work, which has included video and photography, works on paper, sound, …

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Mariko Mori’s diverse work, which has included video and photography, works on paper, sound, sculpture, and large-scale installations, explores the intersection between art and science, antiquity and modernity, and East and West. In her early work Mori explored urban cyberculture and kitsch, and used herself as a …

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About the work
Provenance
Louisa Guinness Gallery
London
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Defined by balance and harmony, “Planets” echoes the spiritual quality of Mori’s most recent work. …

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Defined by balance and harmony, “Planets” echoes the spiritual quality of Mori’s most recent work. Referencing ancient Jomon culture and cosmology it is a meditation on time, space and nature.

The circular form of each piece nods to the Jomon understanding of time as circular. At the same time “Planets” draws on …

Read more
Signature
Incised with artist's signature and hallmarked.
Series
'Planets' series.
Manufacturer
In collaboration with Louisa Guinness
Image rights
Courtesy of Louisa Guinness Gallery
Mariko Mori
Japanese, b. 1967
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Mariko Mori’s diverse work, which has included video and photography, works on paper, sound, …

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Mariko Mori’s diverse work, which has included video and photography, works on paper, sound, sculpture, and large-scale installations, explores the intersection between art and science, antiquity and modernity, and East and West. In her early work Mori explored urban cyberculture and kitsch, and used herself as a …

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Mariko Mori

'Planets' Brooch, 2013

18k white gold, South Sea pearls, Akoya pearls, broken glass bead, aurora bead and crystal with pins on reverse
2 4/5 in diameter
7 cm diameter
This is part of a limited edition set.
£9,000
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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