Material: gold

Mapungubwe Re-Mined: Creations of Contemporary Jewellery Design

Internationally, very little is known about the context of jewelry-making in South Africa and the history on which the practice of jewelry artists in South Africa is predicated. Since so much of South Africa’s gold was exported, there is relevance for the rest of the world. The archeology department of Pretoria University, in South Africa, published …

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TIME / TIME PAST

This is the catalog for Time/Time Past, an exhibition of contemporary jewelry by Iris Eichenberg and Marta Costa Reis. Time/Time Past was held in Lisbon, at Galeria Reverso, July 20–September 15, 2018; and at Munich Jewellery Week 2019, at Goldberg Studios, March 13–16, 2019. Courtesy of Marta Costa Reis.

Striking Gold: Fuller at Fifty

Exhibition catalog for “Striking Gold: Fuller at Fifty.” As Fuller marked its 50-year anniversary in 2019, it turned to gold to commemorate this milestone with “Striking Gold: Fuller at Fifty” in its Stone and Barstow galleries. This invitational project explores the storied traditions, contemporary interpretations, skillful applications, and conceptual rigor of gold as an artistic …

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Jacqueline Mina at 75

The Scottish Gallery is delighted to be representing the eminent jeweler Jacqueline Mina during the Edinburgh International Festival, as part of The Scottish Gallery’s anniversary celebrating 175 years of art. Mina is an important senior figure amongst the gallery’s representation of contemporary jewelers. She had her first solo exhibition with The Scottish Gallery in 1993—it …

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Dorothy Hogg: Retrospective

A catalog to accompany The Scottish Gallery’s exhibition, “Dorothy Hogg: Retrospective,” on show in October 2014.

Catherine Martin: Resonance

A catalog that accompanied Catherine Martin’s exhibition, “Resonance,” as part of the Edinburgh International Festival, held August 2–September 1, 2018.

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