Month: April 2020

Museums with Online Jewelry Collections

Although museums are closed during the pandemic, you can nonetheless view many of their holdings online. We’ve compiled direct links to the contemporary jewelry collections of almost two dozen of the top institutions in this domain. Centraal Museum, Utrecht, the Netherlands Find the museum’s jewelry collection here. Dinie Besems, Men’s Necklace, 2003, silver, stones, rubies, 400 …

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AJF Live: MJ Tyson

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but we’d like to expand more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, …

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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! ESTABLISHED ARTIST Alan Preston, Animal Crackers 90s, …

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The April 2020 Report

Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, exhibitions, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation. If you’re a member of AJF, you can add news and ideas to the monthly …

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Munich Jewellery Week

AJF’s social media intern, Pei Wu, attends university in Germany. Although the Internationale Handwerksmesse was cancelled this year, and Schmuck along with it, many of the planned events on the periphery—also known as Munich Jewellery Week—took place nonetheless, and Pei attended. She sent in dozens of photos of what she saw there. In fact, there were so …

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