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There is no chaos, only structure — Pforzheim, Germany

Natural Golden Chaos

VERIDOR and Arne Quinze
A mutually exciting and inspiring collaboration. It was the first time Arne Quinze had worked with real gold: ‘I had wanted to work with gold for many years, but the right place, right time and, above all, the right partner had always been lacking,’ said Quinze. ‘But now I have found the ideal partner in VERIDOR and the perfect gold products to create something that meets my high quality standards.’ Quinze selected the finest rose gold (750) from a range of 18 different gold alloys. ‘This colour tone is unbelievably soft and sophisticated and has a very natural, almost pastel-like appearance,’ said Quinze enthusiastically. The first drafts for the artwork created in Pforzheim came into being four years ago. Following the work at VERIDOR in Pforzheim, Quinze added the finishing touches to the artwork in Belgium, ready to present it to the public on 28 June. ‘There is no chaos, only structure’, is the message of Quinze’s works.

130 x 125 x 155 cm

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