Photographs: Maison ART/C
Text: Artsi Ifrach and Rinat Aboulafia
Limited edition of 500 numbered copies
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"Time that passed is present memories of future hopes. I create all my pieces with a total freedom from the state of mind I have at the moment. Being respectful of the past and the culture to bring something warmer. Vintage fabrics can match past and present. Colors and prints are my landscapes.
Napoléon said: There is a fine line between the ridiculous and the sublime.
I search this line every time in every piece. I’m thinking what we would like to have, that we do not have yet.
The strongest part we all have is our individuality. That is what I’m doing with one-of-a-kind piece, as we all are."
Rinat Aboulafia: How does this multiculturalism affect your work? Which culture has the biggest influence on you?
Artsi Ifrach : I think all of them matter. All the pieces I create come from existing pieces. I hardly ever use something new, I fix things, giving them a lot of respect. Some of them are museum pieces, in a way I’m committing a crime. But at the same time, I give them a new future and preserve the culture. I’m living in Marrakech where its culture lives on the street, which is rare, as in most of the other countries, their cultures are in museums.
|Number of copies||500|
|Size||215 * 235 mm|