What Hope Could Be

The second edition of the Lisbon International Biennial of Contemporary Jewellery will take place in various spaces from April to September 2024. Most events will take place in June Its theme is “Political Jewellery. Jewels of Power” Numerous Portuguese jewelers and international participants will reflect on the values of democratic society and the place and […]

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A Life Story in Jewelry

The Jewellery Box chronicles Jorunn Veiteberg’s jewelry collection. Our reviewer calls it one of the best books about jewelry ever. Life-sized photos of the pieces—presented in order of purchase—appear almost from the start. Refreshing! Veiteberg examines her motivation to collect, shining a light on this human urge The author quotes from her diaries and talks about

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Rosa Taikon

Rosa Taikon: Art and Struggle Permanent exhibition Hälsingland Museum, Hudiksvall, Sweden This article presents the extraordinary Swedish jewelry designer Rosa Taikon, who not only revived modern jewelry art but also a Roma silversmith tradition, which makes her unique in Sweden and internationally. In her dynamic and content-rich art practice, Taikon created jewelry that testifies to

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Making a Statement

This essay was originally written for the catalog of Nuda Vita, an exhibition curated by Ilaria Ruggiero and presented March 13–17, 2019, at ABC Westside Gallery in Munich, Germany. The exhibition showcased work by 13 jewelry artists of different nationalities who were invited to work on the idea of the political, public, and collective body.

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Christine Clark

  Christine Clark, Give, 2017, installation, cast concrete, steel, flock, room dimensions 6.1 x 4.6 m, photo: Stephen Funk Christine Clark, a force of nature in the metal arts field, is known for her voluminous sculptures constructed from steel wire. Currently the head of the metals department at Oregon College of Art and Craft, Clark

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Iron Woman’s Soft Toys: In Conversation with Sophie Hanagarth

Sophie Hanagarth, French Kiss, 2012, collar, pure iron, leather, 298 mm long, photo: artist Sophie Hanagarth, the recent winner of the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation Prize, just opened a much awaited retrospective of her work at CODA Museum, in Apeldoorn. (Prize winners receive a cash prize of 5000 euros, the acquisition of work for

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