Le bouquet, 2016
Three colors silkscreen on Velin d’Arches Rives BFK 300g paper.
Fringed cloth grain edges
25 copies signed and numbered
26 x 36 cm
Editions Eva Vautier
This silkscreen was made for the exhibition “De Aquis Confusis” at the Jean Cocteau Museum. The rose has been present in my practice for many years by a simple implementation, soaking and covering in liquid plaster of the flower to preserve its fragility, once the plaster hardened.
Drawn in dialogue with the rose from the garden of Beauty and the Beast of Jean Cocteau, it is a tribute to the beauty and love lost, to the circulating red, the blood of Adonis. Frédérique Nalbandian
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The frame can be framed with classic glass or anti-reflective glass (Mirogard).
Preservation through framing is the fundamental step for the safeguarding of the work. This framing is made to measure according to the new standards in force in museums concerning the conservation of works of art. The work presented in this frame is mounted floating on a museum type support. Its conservation is preserved from temporal and hygrometric degradations. Advice for the optimal conservation of the work: average ambient temperature 18°, stabilized hygrometry 65°, light absorption 650 lux maximum. Do not keep this work for more than 3 months in an airtight package.
Framing anti-reflective glass (Mirogard)
Mirogard 2mm is a high quality anti-reflective glass with two invisible sides. The scratch-resistant hard anti-reflective coating is obtained when the glass is fired. It is highly appreciated in the manufacture of mats where the brightness and sharpness of the design must remain intact. There is no distortion of the image as with the use of matte glass. The hard coating is resistant to chemicals, humidity, thermal shock and can be maintained with all traditional cleaning products.
All Mirogard products are made with an extra-clear base glass that reproduces the color rendering realistically, unlike Luxar, which despite its extra-clear base retains a yellowish base.
Mirogard is subjected to a process called “Sol-Gel coating” which makes it much more resistant to shocks and scratches and therefore does not require the use of a protective film for transport and storage as with the Luxar product where the soft coating is fragile. This anti-reflective soft coating is sprayed on the lenses of glasses for which care must be taken during handling to avoid scratches.
Mirogard is recognized worldwide for its hard coating and unique qualities while Luxar is regularly taken off the market due to quality problems. (cloudy spots)