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Sisters Collection

Pepa Reverter


Sisters is an homage to all women, to all that is feminine in a world where the vast majority of art and art objects have been conceived and made by men. The Sisters collection is made up of five separate vase-sculptures made using white ceramic. These pieces are dedicated to women of all cultures and all ages, given names to reflect their character; Louise, Frida, Sofia, Helen and Clara, they are sisters. Designed by Pepa Reverter the pieces are produced in Italy, the Véneto region to be precise, by the world renowned Bosa company specialising in contemporary ceramic design. The collection was originally launched two years ago but several additions have been added which have been presented in Paris and Milan.

Now the pieces are available in Barcelona at the Galería Victor Lope, unique works of art including working sketches. Each year Pepa Reverter collaborates with Bosa in order to produce a new collection of Sisters with a new look and different finish. This year a series of enamelled copper pieces has been produced, combining matte and reflective finishes. These two additions, Clara in silver enamel and in a pink gold enamel version are the only two featuring this finish and are not on the Bosa catalogue.

  • Pepa Reverter
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    Frida, 22 cm.  x h. 39.5 cm.

  • Clara Gold, 16 cm. x h 37.5 cm.

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    Louise 26 x 18 x h.37 cm.

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    Helen,  cm.16 x h. 34.5 cm.

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    Clara, 16 cm. x h. 37.5 cm.

    Pepa Reverter (Tarragona, 1969) Plastic Artist

    Reverter has a degree from the Barcelona Faculty of Fine Arts, a Masters in Video and Television Production from the Barcelona Polytechnic and is also a graduate of Plastic Arts specialising in printing at the Llotja School.

    Her first working experience in Barcelona was as an assistant in a graphic print works at the Magí Baleta workshop, where she worked with artists including Jaume Plensa, García Sevilla and Xavier Grau. During her time at TV3 she worked as an assistant to director Ildefonso Duran. As a painter she was awarded an internship at the Contemporary Artist Center in North Adams, Massachusetts and has participated in group and individual exhibitions. Her graphic design experience over the last fifteen years has been carried out at the studio she shares with Ramón Ubeda in the 22 @ neighbourhood of Barcelona, where she has been responsible for graphic design, exhibition and publishing projects.