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Laura Letinsky
White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México
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White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México
White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México
White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México
White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México
White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México
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White Gold Bowl Sets | Dinnerware by Laura Letinsky | Pujol in Ciudad de México

White Gold Bowl Sets - Dinnerware

Featured In Pujol, Ciudad de México, Mexico

Price from $130 to $304

Creation: 6-8 weeks

DimensionsWeight
4.8H x 5.3W x 2D in
12.19H x 13.46W x 5.08D cm
0.45 lb
0.20 kg
7H x 7.25W x 3D in
17.78H x 18.41W x 7.62D cm
1.2 lb
0.54 kg
7.5H x 9.25W x 2.75D in
19.05H x 23.50W x 6.99D cm
1.5 lb
0.68 kg

Elegant Molosco bowl from Lauren Letinsky complements perfectly with the sumptuous food in Mexico's Pujol restaurant.

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Item White Gold Bowl Sets
Created by Laura Letinsky
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Laura Letinsky
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2018
Throughout her career, Laura Letinsky has engaged with the fundamental question of what precisely constitutes a photograph. Investigating photography’s relationship with reality, Letinsky began by photographing people but shifted to focusing almost exclusively on objects in the form of the still life. Her large-scale, carefully crafted scenes often focus on the remnants of a meal or party, as she plays with ideas about perception and the transformative qualities of the photograph.

For one of her earlier, long-term series, Hardly More Than Ever (1997-2004), Letinsky arranged and photographed leftover food and used crockery, along with various objects such as vases or fruit bowls. Thinking of the photographs in this series as observations of overlooked or forgotten details and remnants of daily existence, Letinsky ultimately transforms this refuse into a subject worthy of close study - objects of real beauty. Her more recent series Ill Form & Void Full (2010-2014), explores the tension between material and image, as Letinsky extracts elements from already existing imagery in magazines of food and domestic wares, calling attention to the constructed nature of all photographs.

Letinsky was born in 1962 in Winnipeg, Canada. She received her BFA from the University of Manitoba in 1986, and MFA from Yale University’s School of Art in 1991. Letinsky has held teaching positions at a number of prestigious American colleges, and since 1994 she has been a Professor in the Department of Visual Art at the University of Chicago.