'money's worth exhibition' at galerie sofie lachaert
'one dollar koi by won park
money, coins as well as bank notes, are nomadic objects, reflections of a nation - of its style and tradition,
its past and present. they are stamped and printed in inconceivably big numbers, and yet, every coin has
its very own history - making a never ending journey around the world, through time and the lives of many.
its value is lost or added through time, represented as intrinsic or constructed.
presented by belgian galerie sofie lachaert, the exhibition showcases a collection of money and how its
changed value is perceived by a series of well-known artists and designers.
'reasons to rethink' by michael kluver
'money vase' by chris kabel
'US dollar brooch' by lauren vanessa tickle
image © rachit shukla
'changed values' by lachaert & d'hanis
image © sofie lachaert
'coin' by helmut smits for droog lab identity land
inage © helmut smits
'notgeld' by minale maeda
image © marit kramer
'flycatcher' by hilde de decker
image © eddo hartmann
'the craftsmen series' by stacey lee webber
image © joseph leroux
'masses marquees' by charlotte dumoncel d'argence
'money bowls' by arthur analts and rudolph strelis
splendour lender by jelle mastenbroek
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