• POTOK – SILK FOULARD

    Regular price €680,00

    one of a kind handpainted silk foulard with multiple ways of wearing

    handpainted by artist bettina marx
    h90 x w90 cm
    100% silk
    GOTS certificate
    handrolled hem
    dry clean or hand wash only

    made in como, italy

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    bettina marx's (b. 1981) works oscillate between painting, drawing and installation. mostly abstract in appearance, her works and interventions are directly related to everyday observations and to landscapes she explores on her travels, and the surrounding space. spatial dimensions of painting are probed by the artist placing her works in direct correspondence with the respective architecture, allowing them to enter it and examine forms and volumes.

    one of a kind handpainted silk foulard with multiple ways of wearing

    handpainted by artist bettina marx
    h90 x w90 cm
    100% silk
    GOTS certificate
    handrolled hem
    dry clean or hand wash only

    made in como, italy

    //

    bettina marx's (b. 1981) works oscillate between painting, drawing and installation. mostly abstract in appearance, her works and interventions are directly related to everyday observations and to landscapes she explores on her travels, and the surrounding space. spatial dimensions of painting are probed by the artist placing her works in direct correspondence with the respective architecture, allowing them to enter it and examine forms and volumes.

POTOK – SILK FOULARD

Regular price €680,00

one of a kind handpainted silk foulard with multiple ways of wearing

handpainted by artist bettina marx
h90 x w90 cm
100% silk
GOTS certificate
handrolled hem
dry clean or hand wash only

made in como, italy

//

bettina marx's (b. 1981) works oscillate between painting, drawing and installation. mostly abstract in appearance, her works and interventions are directly related to everyday observations and to landscapes she explores on her travels, and the surrounding space. spatial dimensions of painting are probed by the artist placing her works in direct correspondence with the respective architecture, allowing them to enter it and examine forms and volumes.