Miroir obsidienne et acier

Triptych Mirror

by Nestor Perkal



« Mexican obsidian is jet black, while that of Armenia is amber. The piece I have imagined juxtaposes these two worlds. It is a mirror, or rather, an object that plays with reflection. Two grimacing and translucent masks inspired by pre-Columbian civilization surround a magic mirror with an opaque surface. This triptych conveys the strangeness and expressive power of obsidian, which here is cut from the block. »


Nestor Perkal, interior designer


Edition limited to 8 copies
Work shown in the "Visions of Obsidian" exhibit at the Pierre-Alain Challier Gallery
Each piece signed and numbered by the artist
Certificate of authenticity


Material :
Striped translucent black obsidian
Steel



Dimensions :
920 x 450 x 250 mm (36 x 18 x 10 in.)

Visages et miroir en obsidienne
Visages et miroir en obsidienne
8 700,00 EUR Qty
Visages et miroir en obsidienne

« Mexican obsidian is jet black, while that of Armenia is amber. The piece I have imagined juxtaposes these two worlds. It is a mirror, or rather, an object that plays with reflection. Two grimacing and translucent masks inspired by pre-Columbian civilization surround a magic mirror with an opaque surface. This triptych conveys the strangeness and expressive power of obsidian, which here is cut from the block. »


Nestor Perkal, interior designer


Edition limited to 8 copies
Work shown in the "Visions of Obsidian" exhibit at the Pierre-Alain Challier Gallery
Each piece signed and numbered by the artist
Certificate of authenticity


Material :
Striped translucent black obsidian
Steel



Dimensions :
920 x 450 x 250 mm (36 x 18 x 10 in.)