The truth is under attack today. In the post-truth era, characterized by fake news, social networks, and different conspiracies, it’s difficult to know what’s correct, what’s true, and if there is truly only one truth. Twelve contemporary jewelers present their interpretation of the idea of “truth.”
At present the jewelry maker is not just a person cloistered in the workshop concentrating on the process and production of jewelry-making for a client. Today a jeweler develops the necessary skills to promote and manage him/herself in the international context. Strengthening these two core principles of the practice will provide those just entering the
A brochure and checklist for the exhibition “Contemporary Jewellery 1964–1993: Selected Works,” which showcased pieces from the Helen Williams Drutt Collection. The exhibition was organized and presented by the Decorative Arts Museum, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, October 8–November 21, 1993.