Saskia van Es

Art historian Saskia van Es (Amsterdam, 1972) writes about contemporary jewelry for Dutch and international platforms. Her fascination: jewelry materials and the tension between their mythical and harmful sides. Saskia teaches jewelry history and theory at Sint Lucas Antwerpen, Belgium. She was a member of the board of the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation.

Articles by Saskia van Es

Jewels That Resist

A Review of La Résistance des Bijoux: Contre les Géographies Coloniales (in English and in French)
Françoise van den Bosch in her studio

The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation

How It Got Its Standing

Have They Left Any Stones Unturned?

LithoMania: The Exhibition and the Book

Thank You, Simone

On Attention and Jewelry

The Curse and the Gold

MASieraad’s Polyphonic Approach to Education

Exploring the Use of Organic Materials in Jewelry

Can We Start to Ask Questions, Please?

Planet Glitter

A Review of Jewels!

Fearlessly Self-Made

A Review of Drag Power

Jewelry That Raises (Too Many) Questions about the Body

The Body Control Exhibition

View the Françoise van den Bosch Collection

An Online Trove of Contemporary Jewelry

Jewellery: Made By, Worn By

All Cultures Make Beads, Are All People Thus Connected?
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