Month: February 2018

The March Report

Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Providing a place to share interesting news is one way AJF is celebrating our 20th anniversary. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, exhibitions, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR …

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On Offer

Art Jewelry Forum’s extensive network of international gallery supporters is dedicated to celebrating and showing 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  Jana Brevick, Transfer, 2016, neckpiece, fabricated and patinated sterling …

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Jonathan Wahl

Now in its second year, the professional development residency offered at New York City’s 92Y Jewelry Center offers artists the time and space to pursue a self-directed brief. Jonathan Wahl, the director of the center, speaks here about its history, studios, faculty, and open-to-all policy. A practicing artist himself (read an interview about his art work on AJF), Jonathan is knowledgeable about what New York City, as well as this exciting new …

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Aurélie Guillaume

Aurélie Guillaume, Chat Pfff!, 2016, brooch,
100 x 104 x 18 mm, photo: Anthony McLean Aurélie Guillaume, Albedo: The Swan (front), 2017, brooch,
85 x 88 x 10 mm, photo: Anthony McLean Aurélie Guillaume, Le Nuage Triste, 2017, brooch,
85 x 106 x 10 mm, photo: Anthony McLean Aurélie Guillaume, Barbe Mauve, 2015, brooch,
120 x 95 x 20 …

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In Situ

“… Greek and Arab coins and gold chains and old jewels brought from the Orient are often discovered in Norway,” writes the Argentinian author Jorge Luis Borges in his essay “The Scandinavian Destiny.”[1] Decades later, the artist Esther Shalev-Gerz (born 1948, Lithuania) visits Borges’s grave in Geneva, only to discover that part of its carvings …

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Corrina Goutos

Corrina Goutos, Conjoined Cans, 2017, aluminum (recycled car rims), acrylic cable,
140 x 130 x 15 mm, photo courtesy of the artist Corrina Goutos, Caution Hot, 2016,
bronze (recycled chandeliers), steel,
90 x 75 x 10 mm, photo courtesy of the artist Corrina Goutos, Can Brooch: Spill, 2017, aluminum (recycled car rims), steel, paint,
100 x 60 x 5 …

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The February Report

Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Providing a place to share interesting news is one way AJF is celebrating our 20th anniversary. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, exhibitions, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR …

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