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  • Preowned 1980s Otto Kunzli 18k Gold And Rubber Bracelet, "gold Makes Blind"
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    Preowned 1980s Otto Kunzli 18k Gold And Rubber Bracelet, "gold Makes Blind"
    An Iconic Armpiece From The 1980S By The Avant-Garde, Conceptual Swiss Artist Otto Kunzli ( B. 1948). In This Bracelet (His Best-Known Work), Kunzli Conceals An 18K Gold Ball Within A Rubber Bangle Thereby Creating An Intimate Bond Between The Artist And The Wearer. As Discussed In The Excellent Reference Catalogue "ornament As Art" By Cindi Strauss, Kunzli Is Challenging The Social Meaning Of Gold And It's Symbolic Quality--Jewelry As Metaphor. Kunzli Described This Armpiece As ". . . A Bangle Of Black Rubber, The Interior Consisting Of A Golden Ball--Like A Snake With A Small Elephant In It's Belly. It Was Time For Gold To Return To The Darkness." A Sophisticated, Witty, And Brilliant Jewelry Piece. This Is An Early Production Bracelet From The 1980S.The Recipient Of Numerous Awards, Kunzli's Work Is Included In Many Public Collections Including: The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston; The Victoria And Albert Museum, London; The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam And; The National Museum Of Modern Art, Kyoto.(A Comfortable Fit For A Small Wrist, 7 To 7 1/2)Provenance: Suzan Rezac Gallery, ChicagoReference: Ornament As Art, Avant-Garde Jewelry From The Helen Williams Drutt Collection, The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston, Arnoldsche Art Publishers, Stuttgart, 2007.
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