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Pierre Sabatier




Pierre Sabatier was interested in natural occurrences and patterns of the Earth’s surface to incorporate that into his works. Using tools he fashioned himself, Sabatier worked on a large scale, using steel, lead, tin, aluminum, brass and copper. He transformed, folded, cut out, hammered and welded metal and huge surfaces. Sabatier’s style is organic and fluid: “The metal seems to be acting like a landscape under seasonal changes, a living organism expressing intense feelings…His work reminds us of tremors, crevasses, waves…” Similar lines and forms are incorporated in this pendant, an edition he created for Magen H Gallery.

Pierre Sabatier


Pierre Sabatier was interested in art and architecture and natural happenings that occurred Earth’s surface to incorporate into his sculptures. Using tools he fashioned himself, Sabatier used steel, lead, tin, and aluminum, to transform, fold, cut out, and hammer large surfaces. During his whole life Sabatier never ceased to experiment with different techniques and modes of expressions. Pierre Sabatier died in Paris in 2003, having accomplished a remarkable body of work in contemporary architecture. He received the bronze medal for the “Arts Plastiques de l’Academie d’Architecture” in 1974 and was awarded the Legion of Honor in 2002.

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    6.1 x 0.8 x 16.1 cm (2.4 x 0.3 x 6.4 in)

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    New York

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