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Liz Glynn: Gold-Plated
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Liz Glynn is a Boston-born artist currently working and living in Los Angeles. In January of 2014, Glynn presented her first solo show in New York at Paula Cooper Gallery. The exhibition, On the Possibility of Salvage, features a room-sized sculpture of a wrecked ship and a series of smuggled and recovered objects of illicit cargo scattered throughout the space. Liz Glynn created the Leo and Agnes Gund Curatorial Awards for ICI’s Annual Benefit & Auction honoring Miuccia Prada and Germano Celant in 2013. Following the gala, the artist produced the newest ICI Limited Edition, which launched at NADA Miami Beach 2013. Read the full biography here.
This is also available as a Silver-Plated edition
and Plated Bronze edition.