JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』
JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』

JULIE WOLFE X PAN『CRADLING THE SINGING BIRD』

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A special edition art book limited to 200 copies (with a serial number) created by artist Julie Wolfe and Nathalie Agussol of the art book "PAN", which is published with a specific theme each year.
Only GIGINA is available in Japan.

The size of the book is 33 x 43 cm, and it is a loose bound series of double-sided posters covering 60 pages. The double-page spread combines two images, with the theme of beauty and femininity.

The following is an excerpt from the foreword by Dr Rebecca Arnold.
“Dialogue through images requires a keen eye to articulate ideas, reveal meanings, and in doing so inspire other artists to respond in the same way…visual The gradual shift from simple exchanges to collaborations creates a beautiful way of speaking through seeing.

Together, Natalie Agsol and Julie Wolfe create images that take a keen look at nature and everyday life. Each of them is particular about their shapes, turning their attention to their previous expressions, such as birds, clouds, shells, and body fragments, and reexamining them with their own eyes. (Omitted)

Talking through images and words, they decided to bring together separate, but aesthetically and thematically connected worlds. Collected under the title 'Cradling the Singing Bird', a reference to Rimbaud's poem, the new images are visually rich. This collection of works represents the conversations, explorations, and friendships cultivated through the creation of images, and will continue to generate further thoughts and pictures in the minds of those who view them. "

Book design: Jeanette Abbink
Introduction: Rebecca Arnold

Size
33 x 43 cm / 13 x 17 in
60 pages

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