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Necklaces of Tatyana Zhurkov

Part of Baltimore Citywide Arts Celebration "Vivat! St. Petersburg"
commemorating the 300th Anniversary of St. Petersburg

"Queen Elizabeth Collar Necklace in Constructivist Style", 2002, plastic, glass and plastic flexible tubes, 20" long, 3" high


"Red Crown, Upside Down", 2002, plastic and plastic flexible tubes, 27" long


"Flowers on Ice", 2002, plastic and plastic flexible tubes, 23" long


Our friends and partners:
  • OXOXO Gallery, Baltimore, MD
  • Ellen Price, Inc., New York
  • Chamberlain & Steward Associates, Ltd., New York
  • Barneys, New York

       From the artist who gave us Caterpillar sculptures, now we have necklaces in fresh, bold designs. Cupids, angels, even soldiers are mated with all manner of plastic and glass shapes to create an image that is both light and chic. Couture neckware for men and women.


       Tatyana Zhurkov, the Russian-born New York artist whose art was last seen in New York at the Forbes Collection, travels the world in search of materials--glass beads from Italy, polished stones from France, German antique porcelain, Russian buttons from uniforms of the Tsar's cavalry and plastic rarities from China. Then she works her magic, turning a suitcase full of glittery trash into treasures fit for a night on the town. Each "necklace sculpture" is one-of-a-kind.

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