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Globe Art Gallery Features Hans Brumann’s “Variations in Mother of Pearl”

PHOTO CAPTION: (L to R) Swiss Ambassador to the Philippines Andrea Reichlin, Globe President & CEO Ernest Cu, and Hans Brumann lead the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the opening of Brumann’s “Variations in Mother of Pearl” exhibit at the Globe Art Gallery in Bonifacio Global City.

As part of Globe Telecom’s advocacy for creativity and innovation, the Globe Art Gallery features the works of Hans Brumann. The exhibit explores the use of unconventional materials like kamagong and molave, coral, and nacre or mother-of-pearl. It is in partnership with one of the oldest and most prestigious art galleries in Manila, the Hiraya Gallery.

Hans Brumann, a Swiss resident of Manila for the past 50 years, is the Philippines’ leading jewelry designer and has become known for his rich imagery in crafting fine jewelry pieces. Armed with a solid background in jewelry design, Hans combines his creativity and technical ability to make sculptures out of fusions of mother of pearl with diverse elements. The qualities of his works are exquisite, restrained, minimalist, pared-down, and reservedly elegant, with nothing superfluous.

The exhibit will run until September 1, 2017 at the Globe Art Gallery, which is located at the basement of the telecommunication provider’s headquarters in Bonifacio Global City.

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