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Between deconstruction and reconstruction, the various landscapes of Samuel Coisne evolve constantly into uniquely poetic postmodern artworks. The materials used belong to the realm of totally ordinary “found objects”; thrown away, scattered, broken, lost, forgotten, useless pieces of waste. With mindfulness and respect for what seem to be “ordinary pieces of wood”, Samuel Coisne offers them a new life, adding dignity and pride while simultaneously evoking a secret hope for rebirth.

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  • Medium Wood (MDF)
  • Dimensions 32 cm H x 42 cm W (framed)
  • Year 2016
  • Edition Unique piece
  • Authenticity Signed and dated on the back
  • Framed Mounted on white frame with plexiglass
  • Return policy Within 14 days after delivery
  • Customer return policy Within 14 days after delivery
  • Shipping within 5-10 business days from Brussels (Belgium)

About this artist

Samuel Coisne View biography
"Nothing is what it seems." Samuel Coisne transforms ordinary useless material into unique pieces of art as a metaphor and critical reflection on our consumer society.
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