BRON - Ruudt Peters Retrospective Exhibition

Ruudt Peters is preparing a 44-year retrospective exhibition entitled BRON. Bron means ‘source’, a word Peters finds fascinating as he continues to investigate the inspirations and serendipities through which we can better understand ourselves.

Peters invites you to purchase this small pin, which represents a small particle of the ‘MA’ series. By buying this unlimited art edition, you take home a piece of this exploration. In this ‘source’ you might both look and see. It is both a mirror and a window to the soul. Each piece is hand made by himself and each has a different attitude, a different expression.

With this purchase you also support the artist’s upcoming exhibition at the CODA Museum in the Netherlands. This detailed and ambitious exhibition will feature custom-made structures and multimedia interactions to show the continuum of his practice and offer a new way of experiencing jewellery.

‘By buying this brooch you will become a part of the community that is making it happen, I hope you can join me during the exhibition for this experience…’ - Ruudt Peters

Buy the brooch for the special price of € 40,-- (inclusive shipping costs) directly @ruudtpeters himself, at Schmuck, or online and show us where your pin travels using hashtag #BronSource

http://ruudtpeters.nl/index.php?id=286

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