joana vasconcelos: piano dentelle joana vasconcelos: piano dentelle
nov 25, 2008

joana vasconcelos: piano dentelle

‘piano dentelle’, 2008

 

 

 

 

joana vasconcelos is a paris born artist who now lives and works in lisbon, portugal. she has exhibited her works around the world in a number of group shows and many solo shows. she primarily creates sculpture and installation pieces. many of her key works apply white crochet patterns to a variety of objects like computers, sculptures, pianos and even bridges. the works are completely covered in the crochet, with only the form and negative space to identify the object. ‘piano dentelle’ is the aforementioned crochet covered piano and gives a good impression of the detail in these works.

‘piano dentelle’, 2008

 

‘piano dentelle’, 2008

  • Gosh… her works are really boring. Always the same stuff.

    Next please!

    Densmore says:
  • she just wrapps things and mimics traditional patters, it’s looks “nice” and “cute” but Christo was wrapping entire buildings 20 years ago so maybe she should just move on…

    Maxwell says:
  • Did this people visit her website? The crochet works are probably less than 20% of her work… see also “Cinderella” (2007), “Garden of Eden” (2007), “Joujoux” (2007), “Red Independent Heart” (2005), “Burka” (2002) or the iconic work from the 2005 Venice Biennale “The Bride” (2001)… just to mention a few ones.

    Brix says:

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