Month: November 2021

Paul Derrez

Paul Derrez’s Pride Power Project and Rainbow Chains

Today, demonstrations to make a public statement about any social, political or environmental issue often become flamboyant events. Crowds flock the streets. They dress up for the occasion wearing clothes, hats, flags, and handwritten protest signs that express their grievance, ideals, or aims. Since texts appear to be more powerful than signs, political buttons have …

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Hollis Chitto

This is the third article in a series focused on artists whose work is adjacent to jewelry. For my purposes, jewelry-adjacent artists use material, techniques, or themes related to jewelry practices. The body is present in their work, not necessarily as the recipient of adornment, but in the importance of the physical body to their …

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AJF Live with Blanche Tilden and Gallery Funaki

Art Jewelry Forum has expanded its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community by regularly hosting live chats online. We feature artist studio visits, talk with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interview curators and authors, and have other programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We record these all and post …

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On Offer

There are so many reasons to purchase art jewelry… You got that hard-earned promotion—celebrate! As a gift for someone who loves art jewelry as much as you do—hurrah! You’re experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime occasion—honor it. You wrapped up that major accomplishment—pay it tribute! You want to mark the beginning of a new relationship or the end …

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