Money's Worth: An exhibition on money and its (changed) value
by Harry / January 24, 2013

Money's Worth is Galerie Sofie Lachaert's group exhibition that looks at money "and its (changed) value" as seen by 26 designers. Above, Coin for Identity Land by Helmut Smits, a miniature coin-sized mirror.

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Money Vase by Chris Kabel adorned with euro coins

Says Galerie Sofie Lachaert, "Money, coins as well as bank notes, are nomadic objects, reflections of a nation, of its style and tradition, its past and present. They are stamped and printed in inconceivably big numbers."


Dollar Koi origami by Won Park

"And yet, every coin has its very own history, makes a never ending journey through the world, through time and the lives of so many. Its value lost or added in time, intrinsic or constructed..."


A golden Flycatcher by Hilde De Decker

"A passing non-object, a cherished collectible, a lucky charm, or just some metal, a piece of paper."


Notgeld tablecloth and napkins by Minale-Maeda

Money's Worth: An exhibition on money and its (changed) value opens February 24 to March 31, 2013 at Galerie Sofie Lachaert in Tielrode, Belgium.


100 euro with extra drawings by Michael Kluver


Increasing Value Brooches by Lauren Vanessa Tickle


Changed Values by Lachaert & d'Hanis


Money Bowls by Arthur Analts & Rudolph Strelis


Craftsmen Series Mallet by Stacey Lee Webber, made of pennies


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