Invited to take part of the International Biennial of Asunción.
Andrea Barrail Fine Jewelry makes its debut with Ambüe in Paraguay at the Museo de la Silla.
With 24 years of age, Andrea Barrail made her first appearance
New York on December 2016.
Her collection Ambüe made a debut next to the inspiration
for her jewelery line; her father architect and designer
Pedro Barrail who was showing once again his modern
furniture hand tattooed by Paraguayan tribe Pai Tavytera.
A clash between the luxurious and the common, mixing
18k gold with traditional humble lifestyles, this collection is
how she chose to Represent Paraguay.
These “bugs”, as she calls them, are a metaphor of transformation
and adaptation, of change for the body and
soul. As hard as it may be, it is what makes us beautiful
and perfect in our own bizarre way.
Keeping the traditional Paraguayan craftsmanship known
as “filigree”, Andrea chose to keep working with thin
strand-like rods, but in this case as separate as possible as
opposed to the traditional as close as possible.
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