Exhibitions

The Power of the Narrative in the 2020s

Museum of Arts and Design. Jewelry Stories: Highlights from the Collection 1947–2019. Edited by Barbara Paris Gifford. Stuttgart: Arnoldsche, 2021. Published in conjunction with the exhibition 45 Stories in Jewelry, Jewelry Stories: Highlights from the Collection 1947–2019 offers a visual as well as literary feast. It celebrates the art jewelry collection of New York’s Museum […]

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OMG, Have You Heard

October 2022, Part 1 Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, news, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation. If you’re a member of AJF at the Silver level or

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OMG, Have You Heard

May 2022, Part 1 Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, news, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation. If you’re a member of AJF at the Silver level or

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Bové made sure to check out the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) show, Voltage. Exhibition view, SNAG’s Voltage exhibition, held during NYCJW21, photo: Jim Bové

Jim Bové at NYCJW21

Jim Bové spent Tuesday and Wednesday, November 16 and 17, 2021, crisscrossing New York City to take in nine exhibitions and a symposium. He generously sent in a photo reportage to share with you. Here they are in no particular order, but clustered together by event. Click on the photos to learn about what they

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Exhibition view, Hearts + Flowers

Why You Want It

Hearts + Flowers September 16–November 12, 2021 In the Gallery at Brooklyn Metal Works, Brooklyn, NY, US In Hearts + Flowers, jewelry and hand-held objects explore the topic or format of the souvenir in some way. The show started as an open call-for-entry curated by Jessica Andersen and Leslie Shershow. The exhibition is organized into loose

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