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DAMASCUS TREE

DAMASCUS TREE (2013) – 60 x 50 cm –  Stainless Steel fabric canvas (Tela di tessuto di acciaio Inox)

Made of stainless steel fabric, with a very fine weave, in this work the metal fabric base has been embellished with a damask effect and then curled to give movement and flashes of light.

Metal fabrics, very similar to fabrics and canvases used by “classical” artists, not only allow transparency and light effects, but also to play with three-dimensionality, creating both planar and raised, folded, rolled or, as in this case, curled and irregular.

As all the other Just Pure Metal art works by Jan Koralberg, also this one can be considered “everlasting”, since it will last as long as the stainless steel will, resisting to time, fire, water and all the other factors that usually deteriorate or destroy traditional works.

 

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TREE (I)

TREE (2011) – 50 x 50 cm –  Stainless Steel fabric canvas (Tela di tessuto di acciaio Inox)

– PRIVATE COLLECTION SHIH – TAIWAN

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THE PIT

THE PIT (2010) – 50 x 50 cm –  Stainless Steel fabric canvas (Tela di tessuto di acciaio Inox)

 

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DUALITREE PROJECT

DUALITREE PROJECT – Various Metals

Started in 2017, the Dualitree Project is about the study of Nature through the interaction between the metal surface, light and matter.

All the works are sized 30×40 cm, except “Dualitree Patina Copper – 38 x 52 cm, and Dualitree Aluminum Black 30×45 cm, Dualitree Canvas Bronze 40 x 60 cm)

The first 4 in line (BRASS 01, 02, INOX 01 & TITANIUM 01) WERE  EXPOSED IN MOSCOW (Russia) @State Museum Vernadsky during the International Art Exhibition ART KREMLIN 2018,  4 – 9 Sept  –> see the full gallery: ART KREMLIN 2018

 

 

Dualitree Inox 02 – Not for Sale – Private Collection BONINI – La Spezia – Italy

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EMPIRE STAINLESS BUILDING

EMPIRE STAINLESS BUILDING
104 x 216 cm – STAINLESS STEEL WEB
Tribute to one of the most famous and admired architectural works in the world, the Empire State Building, interpreted with Just Pure Metal Art on a stainless steel web.
Work presented and exhibited in New York City at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2018, 21-23 June.