Kiki Na Art
Eileen Gray Necklace, 2019
Hand painted acrylic, photograph, resin
Dimensions 145 x 120 mm
Eileen Gray (9 August 1878 – 31 October 1976) was an Irish architect and furniture designer and a pioneer of the Modern Movement in architecture. Her most famous work is the house known as E-1027 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. She was one of the foremost interior and furniture designers of the early 20th century, with an enviable clientele drawn from the Parisian elite. She trained and excelled in Japanese lacquer work. Her screens are upheld as some of the world's finest examples of the art.
Dublin born artist Ciarna Pham, who works under the name Kiki Na Art, is the creator of these unique pieces of handcrafted jewellery. The stunning one of a kind pieces are made for the individual and no two pieces are ever the same. To compliment the Desire exhibition at IMMA, Kiki Na Art has produced a collection of unique jewellery and wall pieces based on women artists in the museum collection.