Geometric Brisé-Plié
Geometric Brisé-Plié

© the artist. Image credit: Rhian Cox / The Fan Museum

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Folding fan of a type referred to by its ‘inventor’, contemporary fan maker Sylvain Le Guen, as a brisé-plié (i.e., one which combines elements of both brisé and traditional pleated folding fan formats). The recto is painted with an optical composition by street artist, Annatomix. The fan was made as part of The Fan Museum’s 2017 Street Fans project – a unique collaboration between two contrasting creative disciplines: street art and fan making.

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Geometric Brisé-Plié




sipo wood, acrylic & ink on paper


H 31 x W (?) cm

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purchased by The Fan Museum Trust, 2017

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