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Biomorphism,” the art movement that looked toward spherical, vaguely natural shapes, was another pull for Smith. Russell still retains some Smith pieces, which he pulled out during the interview.
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It comes replete with visible/concealed one-minute tourbillon regulator and a SPACE double-sprung deployant clasp and a 20th century “biomorphism” art movement that models artistic elements on shapes that occur in nature. The avant-garde timepiece is ...
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Ms. Ebstein exploits the mats' bumpy texture and colors with compositions that have one foot in design (think soft Formica), one in 1950s biomorphism and a third in present interests in worldly abstraction and painting-without-paint.

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