Duggal Works with Artist Jessica Lichtenstein for Scope Fair

Chessa Ferro at Duggal worked with artist Jessica Lichtenstein to create several pieces for Scope Art Fair and Gallery Nine5. Lichtenstein uses hyper-sexualized Japanese figurines in her work to entertain and give the figures a deeper meaning.

 

Duggal created lightboxes and large plexi pieces for the artist. For the plexi pieces, the prints were mounted to layers of custom cut, thick plexi and attached to a backer. The plexi pieces were laser cut to size with bevel edges and polished with diamond router bit. Plexi braces were adhered to the the plexi pieces (plexi to plexi bond is the strongest bond there is) to support close to 500 lbs. Check out the photos below!

To see more of Jessica’s work CLICK HERE

For more information about this project please e-mail Chessa Ferro at chessa@duggal.com.   See more artists’ work on Duggal’s website.

Written and photo credits by the Duggal Team

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2 Responses to Duggal Works with Artist Jessica Lichtenstein for Scope Fair

  1. Carol says:

    Beautiful. I love seeing the technical info.

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