Month: October 2018

In Conversation with Anni Nørskov Mørch

Josephine Winther, Rubyfruits, 2003, necklace, cast faceted rubies in dyed resin, eyelets in 18-karat gold, gold-colored silk thread with passementerie, Danish Arts Foundation, photo: Iben Kaufmann An important exhibition exploring the concept of power in jewelry just took place in Denmark. In honor of the 750th anniversary of castle Koldinghus, The Splendour of Power, curated …

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Anne Léger

Based in Norway, Anne Léger is a French jewelry artist who has exhibited her work internationally, in countries such as Germany, Australia, China, and the US. Her meticulously assembled jewelry blends dissimilar materials into cohesive emotional narratives. In this interview, we talk about why thinking in binaries can limit the emotional depth of our world. …

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Jewelry as Excess

Benjamin Woods, Necklace no. 2, 2015, mixed media, as part of Form and Flex, curated by Meredith Turnbull, Pieces of Eight, photo courtesy of the artist The field of jewelry runs across a network, an array of type and variation as inclusive of the conceptual and dematerialized as it is of overt wearable material displays …

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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 Tamara Grüner, Falling Stars, 2016, …

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The October 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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