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SIDEWALK KINTSUKUROI By Rachel Sussman

Sidewalk Kintsukuroi is am ongoing series by Brooklynite Rachel Sussman who expands on the traditional Japanese art of Kintsukuroi (“to repair with gold;” performed on ceramics) taking it, literally, out into the streets.  At the heart of the idea of such “golden repair” is that something is made more beautiful for having been broken.

The studies are photographs hand-painted with enamel and metallic dust and sold through the artists online store.

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