Textile jewelry for the Reina Sofia Museum of Madrid - María Muñoz
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Textile jewelry for the Reina Sofia Museum of Madrid

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Textile jewelry for the Reina Sofia Museum of Madrid

After the presentation of her jewels in the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum Shop the artist María Muñoz presents a collection of jewelry specially designed for the National Art Reina Sofía Museum, also from madrid, which you can already purchase at the museum store.

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Bracelet by María Muñoz for the Reina Sofía museum

 

The new collection, also all unique pieces, consist of bracelets and sets of brooches with matching earrings, all made with Italian silk threads on various materials; Metal in the case of bracelets and jacaranda seeds in the case of brooches.

For the creation of the present collection María Muñoz has visited the museum halls for inspiration, recreating shades of the wide and excellent collection of works exhibited in the museum. The result is a series of homogeneous and colorful jewelry in which the artist has painted with textiles the pieces based on partial motifs of the original works creating a world of color in which their own creativity is mixed with that of the exposed paintings, in which she has sought forms and ranges in the details.

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Brooche and earrings by María Muñoz for the Reina Sofía museum

 

Soon to be inaugurated in the National Art Reina Sofía Museum an exhibition that will revolve around Pablo Picasso’s painting “Guernica” and has been commissioned to the artist the realization of a jewelry collection specific to such an event, in which she is currently working. A collection made using the ranges of white, black and gray with which Picasso made the painting, which brings sobriety and elegance to the pieces.

On the other hand, the sale of Muñoz’s jewelery in the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum’s shop in Madrid has been well received by both, the museum visitors and its on-line store, and all of the pieces have been newly commissioned. Congratulations!

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