Human Race | Jo Cope | 2019 | Leather and wood

 

NOTE: Sculpture needs to be shipped in from another country for sale – approx 4 weeks limited edition of 2 - 1 available. Human Race – needs to be shipped in from another country for sale – approx 4 weeks. 

 

limited edition of 2  - 1 available– buyer gets 2 objects  (two long three connecting pieces) the 2 objects are classed as 1 of  an edition of 2 which exist.

 

Measurments : 100cm Lx 10cm W x 15cm H - (one of two 1/2)

(Buyer gets 2 objects (two long three connecting pieces) the 2 objects are classed as 1 of an edition of 2 which exist.)

 

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Crossing the boundaries of Fashion, Art, Craft and Performance Jo's work draws inspiration from universal human experiences, psychology, philosophy and social trends.

 

For over a decade her work has been represented at a diverse range of prestigious events worldwide; including the Venice Biennale Design Festival, London Craft Week and Fashion Matters at Buckingham Palace.

 

Her unique shoe artworks have been exhibited internationally at top museums including: The Budapest Museum of Art, State Museum Russia and Decorative Arts Museum Paris. Jo classes her work as focused on 'The Human Side of Fashion' she believes that clothing is not just an extension of the body but of the inner self.

Human Race : JO COPE

£7,100.00Price

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