Month: June 2015

Seth Papac: Cali Condensation

Seth Papac is a modern-day Renaissance man who divides his time among his full jewelry production line, teaching at San Diego State University, and developing comprehensive collections of art. Papac has exhibited internationally—from the Netherlands to Vienna to France—and is a recipient of the prestigious Louis Tiffany Comfort Foundation Award. In this interview, he talks …

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Dorothea Prühl’s Boxes

Andreas Richter’s box for Dorothea Prühl’s Stern (Star), photo: courtesy Galerie Marzee Dorothea Prühl, Stern (Star), 1999, necklace, cherry wood, 60 mm tall, in Andreas Richter’s box, photo: courtesy Galerie Marzee

Men with Flowers

The poppy-as-emblem emerged simultaneously in North American, Australasian, and European cultures as a symbol of loss of life after two world wars. Nearly 100 years after it first appeared as a token of mourning, why has a small red poppy become so central to remembering countless global conflicts, for legions of men, women, and children …

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