AJF ANNOUNCES WINNER AND FINALISTS FOR THE 2020 YOUNG ARTIST AWARD

Art Jewelry Forum

San Antonio, TX, USA—Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is pleased to announce MJ Tyson (US) the winner of its 2020 Young Artist Award. The four finalists are Junmin Bae (South Korea), Ryungjae Jung (South Korea), Lore Langendries (Belgium), and Mallory Weston (US). The winner and finalists will all exhibit their work at PLATINA during Schmuck, the annual international art jewelry fair in Munich, Germany, held this year from March 11 to March 15, 2020.

Ryungjae Jung, The Motion
Ryungjae Jung, The Motion
MJ Tyson, Dust to Dust
Junmin Bae, An Extinct Species_9
MJ Tyson, Dust to Dust
Junmin Bae, An Extinct Species_9
Lore Langendries, Drop #3
Lore Langendries, Drop #3 and Once in a While Everybody Needs a New Haircut
Mallory Weston, Variegated Wormhole Necklace #1
Mallory Weston, Variegated Wormhole Necklace #1
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Planet Glitter

A Review of Jewels!
Saskia van Es
Exhibition Details
Exhibition Title: 
Jewels! The Glitter of the Russian Court
Exhibition Dates: 
September 14, 2019–March 15, 2020

Pipe in a case, Western Europe, 19th century

Content Images (WYSIWYG)
Cropped image, Back of Diadem of Empress Maria Fyodorovna
Back of Diadem of Empress Maria Fyodorovna
Silver wig presented to Empress Catherine II by a member of the Naryshkin family
Agate Snuff Box, workshops of Frederick the Great
Hairpin/Bracelet in the Form of an Order Ribbon
Pipe in a case, Western Europe, 19th century
A. Malyukov, portrait of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, 1836
Exhibition view, Jewels!
Exhibition view, Jewels!, 2019–2020
Exhibition view, Jewels!, 2019–2020
Exhibition view, Jewels!, 2019–2020
A. Malyukov, portrait of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, 1836

Jorunn Veiteberg: Collector, Curator, Writer, Researcher

… And 2020 AJF Young Artist Award Juror
Olivia Shih

Art Jewelry Forum’s Young Artist Award (YAA) is an opportunity for jewelers under the age of 35 to win recognition for their work and receive support from AJF’s community. Along with the unrestricted $7,500 prize, the winner’s work will be shown at the 2020 edition of Schmuck, and the other four finalists will have the same opportunity to show in Munich, exposing their work to a more global audience. The deadline to apply is looming! Applications are being accepted until January 12, 2020.

Jorunn Veiteberg at the opening of the exhibition these are a few of her favourite things
Exhibition view, these are a few of her favourite things
Jorunn Veiteberg in 2005
Exhibition view, Currency
Konrad Mehus, Living Room
Sara Borgegård, Untitled
Maisie Broadhead, Chained
Dorothea Prühl, Moth
Helene Duckert, Untitled
Warwick Freeman, Story of The Hook
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