Found objects have an allure that can be difficult to describe, but also an almost magnetic attraction to those who have a distinct sense of style. First popularized by Pablo Picasso in his 1912 exhibition, found objects (or Objet Trouvè in French) represent the idea of ‘The Wrong Object in the Right Place”. The seemingly ordinary and mundane in one place can become artistic and extraordinary in another.
Pictured above, these metallic pieces were traded as currency somewhere in Africa, eventually making their way to America after presumably many long years on the road. CeTerra specializes in a treasure trove of Found Objects, and we’re always bound to have something unique on-hand. Visit us today!
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