Benjamin Shine

benjamin-shine-copy

22 Nov Benjamin Shine

benjamin-shine-copy

 

Benjamin Shine has established a multi-disciplined creative approach dedicated to challenging perceptions through original constructional ideas and craftsmanship. Following his studies in fashion design at Central St Martins in London, Benjamin has spent over a decade exploring the potential of materials to express ideas through his artworks, public sculptures, fashion, furniture and product designs.

Benjamin is most known for his tulle works, which centre on ideas of energy, impermanence and fragility. His work has been exhibited in galleries and inter- national arts institutions, including The Museum of Arts and Design, New York, The Goss-Michael Gallery in Dallas, Texas, The Crafts Council and The London Design Museum.

To date, Benjamin’s work has generated over 65 million video views online and attracted a range of collectors, clients and global brands, including Givenchy, Barclays, British Telecom, Google, Coca-Cola, Eurostar and MTV. He has won a number of awards including the Red Dot Design Award, The Courvoisier Future 500 Art and Design Award, The Enterprising Young Brit Award and the ACT Export Award for Art and Entertainment in Australia.

Art Monaco Magazine

Dance

 

Benjamin Shine a établi une approche créative multidisciplinaire dont le but le but est de dé é les perceptions à travers des idées constructives et artisanales.

Suite à ses études de designer au Central St-Martins à Londres, Benjamin a passé plus de 10 ans à explorer le potentiel de di érents matériaux a n d’ex- primer ses idées à travers ses œuvres, sculptures, mode, mobilier et articles d’intérieur.

Benjamin est notamment reconnu pour ses œuvres faites de tulle, qui se con- centrent sur des idées d’énergie, éphémères et fragiles. Ses créations ont été exposées dans des galeries d’art et des institutions d’arts internationales telles que le Musée des Arts et du Design de New York, Le Goss-Michael Gallery à Dallas au Texas, le Crafts Council et le Musée du Design à Londres.

 

Art Monaco Magazine
No Comments

Post A Comment