Art Jewelry Forum’s network of gallery supporters has increased to more than 60 international galleries focused on featuring art jewelry. On Offer is a monthly series that allows AJF galleries to showcase a piece that they’ve personally selected to tempt and inspire you. Please contact the gallery directly for inquiries. Enjoy! MUSEUM WORTHY Jan Yager, City Flora, Chicory Leaf, 1995, […]
Cristina Filipe interacting with her piece Faith (A Chain of Rings that Belongs to Her) during the exhibition Abaixo as Fronteiras. Vivam o Design e as Artes, curated by Bárbara Coutinho at MACE – Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Elvas, September 2016, photo: Eduardo Sousa Ribeiro. Collection MUDE – Design and Fashion Museum, Lisbon Art
Waiting for the Hoffman award and the Susan Beech award announcements, IHM, Munich, 2017, photo: Danielle Goris-Montanelli Camaraderie, collecting, and competition were the watchwords for the AJF group that traveled to Munich for this year’s Munich Jewelry Week. We traveled together from Wednesday, March 8, to Saturday, March 11, 2017. The lovely Charles Hotel served
Tone Vigeland, Neckpiece, 1985, steel, 14- to 18-karat gold, 120 mm inner diameter, 240 mm outer diameter, photo courtesy Galleri Riis, photo: Hans-Jørgen Abel The Norwegian jeweler Tone Vigeland is about to celebrate her 80th birthday, and the Design Museum in Munich has organized a fantastic show of her jewelry and published a catalog to
Coco Sung at Galerie Biró Junior 2017 with her illuminated puzzle-installation in the background, photo: Axel Bussmeyer Coco Sung is a South Korean jewelry artist based in Berlin, Germany. With a background in Western painting, she creates jewelry through an intensive sketching process and integrates vibrant narratives into her work. In this interview, we talk
Exhibition view, Tribute to Manfred Bischoff, 2017, drawings, Handwerkskammer München, photo: Wilfried Petzi Manfred Bischoff, Tribute to Manfred Bischoff March 9 – April 8, 2017 Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany The first impression of the Tribute to Manfred Bischoff exhibition is dominated by the large photographs on the walls of the Handwerkskammer exhibition space in Munich.
Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to introduce this new article series. The success of this compilation of interesting events, exhibitions, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation. Providing a place for supporters to share what’s important to them is one way AJF is celebrating our 20th anniversary year. We believe