I.M.A.G.I.N.E. peace now, a book showing artistic pistols

by Bally Humanufactured from US

$ 60

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The Innovative Merger of Art & Guns to Inspire New Expressions — I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Peace Now –exhibition is currently on display in Boston, MA (USA) at the Society of Arts and Crafts until June 10 and will travel extensively.

 

The show is comprised of 100 world-class metal artists who have transformed buy-back pistols into works of art. This comprehensive, illustrated catalog is hard-bound in a high-quality coffee-table format. Included are essays written by the All-star Jurors:

 

Emily Zilber, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Curator of Contemporary Decorative Arts;

 

Monica Moses, Editor in Chief, American Craft Magazine;

 

Shepard Fairey, Artist and Activist ;

 

Boris Bally, Metalsmith and exhibition organizer

 

…as well as other invited authors – including:

 

Michael McMillan, Fuller Museum of Craft,

 

Ian Alden Russel, Curator, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown Univ and

 

Jillian Moore, artist and contemporary jewelry critic and writer.

 

Our goal is to move people to action through the power of imagery and art.

 

Organized and Published by Boris Bally.  Designed by Erin McManus and printed in the USA

 

Bally Humanufactured

Boris Bally was a finalist in the 2013 Eco Arts Awards and the recipient of a 2012 Eco Arts Awards Honorable Mention for Repurposed Materials in Art & Design.  He was a finalist in the 2009 International Spark Design Awards.  Bally received the 2006 Individual Achievement Award for Visual Arts presented by the Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island.  Bally’s work has received two Rhode Island Council on the Arts Fellowships in Design and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Crafts Fellowship.  His work has been featured in numerous international exhibitions and publications.  Public collections include London’s V&A Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Art & Design New York, Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh, Brooklyn Museum, Luce Foundation Center, Renwick Gallery and Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.

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