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В недавнем посте я рассказывала про модные украшения и их стильные сочетания. Все рекомендации могут применяться и в отношении серёжек. Если пропустили, можете пролистать ленту назад и ознакомиться. ⠀ Серьги это именно то, что придаёт образу изюминку. При их выборе очень важно учитывать соразмерность. Исходить нужно из пропорций тела и типа лица. Вкратце: женщинам плюс сайз лучше выбирать крупные украшения, а миниатюрным более мелкие. Формы тоже имеют значение. При правильном выборе серёжек можно, как скорректировать ассиметрию лица, например, так и придать ей шарма. Тут всё зависит от ваших целей и предпочтений. Если хотите узнать подробнее, что именно подходит вам, записывайтесь ко мне на индивидуальную консультацию💌 ⠀ А теперь, перейдём к основным трендам: ⠀ 📌 Серьги обручи (в этом сезоне достигли максимальных размеров - привет 90ые 👋) 📌 Одиночная серьга (стэйтмент украшение, которое задаёт фон всему образу) 📌 Авангардные серьги (также как и моносерьга, являются центральным элементом, но идут уже в паре) 📌 Ассиметричные серьги (могут быть разной длины и формы, но выдержаны в единой стилистике) 📌 Длинные серьги (дизайнеры предлагают как эпатажные варианты, так и, более изящные, носибельные так сказать) 📌 Каффы (для любителей концептуального стиля) 📌 Минималистичные (такими серьгами можно смело дополнить образ, не перегружая его) 📌 Жемчужные серьги (начали набирать обороты летом прошлого года, в этом сезоне - на пике своей популярности) 📌 Геометрические (круг, овал, треугольник, трапеция - кому что нравится) ⠀ В карусели сделала подборку для вдохновения👉 больше примеров смотрите в сториз🗯 ⠀ Делитесь кто уже что носит из этого списка и кому что больше понравилось из подборки?

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Cornflower heated blue sapphire three points eighty carats good colour and nice cutting no inclusions it’s perfect for a ring. 🌍 World wide shipping. ———————————————— Type of gem : Blue sapphire Weights : 3.80 carats Comments : Heated Dimensions : 7.1 x 9.2 x 6.9 (mm) Certificate : on request. Dm me for more inquiries. #sapphirering #sapphireengagementring #bluesapphires #bluesapphirejewelry #sapphireblue #sapphireearrings #bluestone #unheatedsapphire #naturalstones #heatedsapphire #semipreciousstones #semipreciousjewellery #munichjewelleryweek #munichjewelleryweek2020 #berlinjewelry #swissjewelry #swisswatch #diamondring #rings #shenzhenjewellers #shenzhenlife #chinajewelry

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💫 ✨ #thependantcurator ✨ ⭐️ #pendant #pendantlover #artjewelry #contemporaryjewellery #jeweldesign #pendantdesign ⭐️ Posted @withregram@rebekahgailfrank I miss my motorcycle. One day soon, I'll return to a life a chrome and rubber. Particularly powerful is how the road communicates with your body through the machine. 🔥 But for now, these necklaces have steel surfaces with a pebbled matte rubber finish with a polished steel chain, suspended from black linen cord. Rebekah Frank, (from L to R) McWay Falls, Big Sur, Devils Slide, Pacifica, Pacific Coast Highway series, 2020, necklaces, steel, rubber, linen cord, photo: artist These necklaces were scheduled to show in Munich, Germany this week with a group making work focused on black. ▪️⬛️▪️ #000000 @carlos.silva_pt @iriseichenberg @martacostareis_jewellery @jorge.manilla @valentimquaresma @jordiapariciomanchado @rodrigo.acosta.arias @sofia_platina @veroofabian @munichjewelleryweek @artjewelryforum #ajfishere #steel #rubber #motorcycletouring #motorcycle #necklaces #motorcyclelove #canceled #artjewelry #passion #pch #pacificcoasthighway #sanfrancisoartist #mjw20 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #artjewellery

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NOW! The exhibition ‚SCHMUCK2020’😀is shown at the ‘Centro del Carmen Cultura Contemporània http://www.consorcimuseus.gva.es/centro-del-carmen/ During the 5th Melting Point Joieria Contemporània Valencia. UNTIL May 30th💪😀 SCHMUCK 2020, where 3 of my pieces were chosen 🤩💪😀by Censor, Chiquita Nahar, leader of The Academy of Fine Arts and Design Maastricht has out of 802 applications, chosen 63!😳☺️ The neckpiece: SILBERKRAGEN mit MANCHETTEN Cardigan- and shirt-fragments are transformed into jewellery objects by displacement and adding silver/gold paint. They are now to be worn around the neck. ANGEZOGEN (dressed/worn/put on/adorned) visualizes a passion of mine which is to work in the space between fashion and jewellery. My intention is to use clothes fragments, take away their function, displace and transform them into jewellery assembling objects. How will they be perceived, read? Experimenting with the idea: CAN you MAKE jewellery out of actual old, worn clothes? How much do you need to add (fx silver/gold - paint) or TAKE AWAY? (by cutting off) And does the way you WEAR it have an effect on how it is read? My ambition is to challenge the perception of jewellery by choice of materials, techniques and construction. #contemporary #art #contemporaryart #readymade #textile #handcraft #handwerk #jewellery #contemporaryjewellery #textile #artjewellery #art #jewelleryart #handmade #newnordic #making #2ndhand #clothes #used #reuse #recycle #upcycle #munichjewelleryweek2020 #oneofakind @camillaprasch @melting_point_valencia

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NOW! The exhibition ‚SCHMUCK2020’ is shown at the ‘Centro del Carmen Cultura Contemporània http://www.consorcimuseus.gva.es/centro-del-carmen/ During the 5th Melting Point Joieria Contemporània Valencia. UNTIL May 30th💪😀 SCHMUCK 2020, where 3 of my pieces were chosen 🤩💪😀by Censor, Chiquita Nahar, leader of The Academy of Fine Arts and Design Maastricht has out of 802 applications, chosen 63!😳☺️ The necklace: BÜNDCHENKETTE in SILBER Cardigan- and shirt-fragments are transformed into jewellery objects by displacement and adding silver/gold paint. They are now to be worn around the neck. ANGEZOGEN (dressed/worn/put on/adorned) visualizes a passion of mine which is to work in the space between fashion and jewellery. My intention is to use clothes fragments, take away their function, displace and transform them into jewellery assembling objects. How will they be perceived, read? Experimenting with the idea: CAN you MAKE jewellery out of actual old, worn clothes? How much do you need to add (fx silver/gold - paint) or TAKE AWAY? (by cutting off) And does the way you WEAR it have an effect on how it is read? My ambition is to challenge the perception of jewellery by choice of materials, techniques and construction. #contemporary #art #contemporaryart #readymade #textile #handcraft #handwerk #jewellery #contemporaryjewellery #textile #artjewellery #art #jewelleryart #handmade #newnordic #making #2ndhand #clothes #used #reuse #recycle #upcycle #munichjewelleryweek2020 #oneofakind @camillaprasch @melting_point_valencia

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NOW! The exhibition ‚SCHMUCK2020’ is shown at the ‘Centro del Carmen Cultura Contemporània http://www.consorcimuseus.gva.es/centro-del-carmen/ During the 5th Melting Point Joieria Contemporània Valencia. UNTIL May 30th💪😀 SCHMUCK 2020, where 3 of my pieces were chosen 🤩💪😀by Censor, Chiquita Nahar, leader of The Academy of Fine Arts and Design Maastricht has out of 802 applications, chosen 63!😳☺️ The necklace: GoldCOLLIER Cardigan- and shirt-fragments are transformed into jewellery objects by displacement and adding silver/gold paint. They are now to be worn around the neck. ANGEZOGEN (dressed/worn/put on/adorned) visualizes a passion of mine which is to work in the space between fashion and jewellery. My intention is to use clothes fragments, take away their function, displace and transform them into jewellery assembling objects. How will they be perceived, read? Experimenting with the idea: CAN you MAKE jewellery out of actual old, worn clothes? How much do you need to add (fx silver/gold - paint) or TAKE AWAY? (by cutting off) And does the way you WEAR it have an effect on how it is read? My ambition is to challenge the perception of jewellery by choice of materials, techniques and construction. #contemporary #art #contemporaryart #readymade #textile #handcraft #handwerk #jewellery #contemporaryjewellery #textile #artjewellery #art #jewelleryart #handmade #newnordic #making #2ndhand #clothes #used #reuse #recycle #upcycle #munichjewelleryweek2020 #oneofakind @camillaprasch @melting_point_valencia

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NOW! The exhibition ‚SCHMUCK2020’ is shown at the ‘Centro del Carmen Cultura Contemporània http://www.consorcimuseus.gva.es/centro-del-carmen/ During the 5th Melting Point Joieria Contemporània Valencia. UNTIL May 30th💪😀 SCHMUCK 2020, where 3 of my pieces were chosen 🤩💪😀by Censor, Chiquita Nahar, leader of The Academy of Fine Arts and Design Maastricht has out of 802 applications, chosen 63!😳☺️ The necklace: GoldCOLLIER Cardigan- and shirt-fragments are transformed into jewellery objects by displacement and adding silver/gold paint. They are now to be worn around the neck. ANGEZOGEN (dressed/worn/put on/adorned) visualizes a passion of mine which is to work in the space between fashion and jewellery. My intention is to use clothes fragments, take away their function, displace and transform them into jewellery assembling objects. How will they be perceived, read? Experimenting with the idea: CAN you MAKE jewellery out of actual old, worn clothes? How much do you need to add (fx silver/gold - paint) or TAKE AWAY? (by cutting off) And does the way you WEAR it have an effect on how it is read? My ambition is to challenge the perception of jewellery by choice of materials, techniques and construction. #contemporary #art #contemporaryart #readymade #textile #handcraft #handwerk #jewellery #contemporaryjewellery #textile #artjewellery #art #jewelleryart #handmade #newnordic #making #2ndhand #clothes #used #reuse #recycle #upcycle #munichjewelleryweek2020 #oneofakind @camillaprasch @melting_point_valencia

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NOW! The exhibition ‚SCHMUCK2020’ is shown at the ‘Centro del Carmen Cultura Contemporània http://www.consorcimuseus.gva.es/centro-del-carmen/ During the 5th Melting Point Joieria Contemporània Valencia. UNTIL May 30th💪😀 SCHMUCK 2020, where 3 of my pieces were chosen 🤩💪😀by Censor, Chiquita Nahar, leader of The Academy of Fine Arts and Design Maastricht has out of 802 applications, chosen 63!😳☺️ The necklace: GoldCOLLIER Cardigan- and shirt-fragments are transformed into jewellery objects by displacement and adding silver/gold paint. They are now to be worn around the neck. ANGEZOGEN (dressed/worn/put on/adorned) visualizes a passion of mine which is to work in the space between fashion and jewellery. My intention is to use clothes fragments, take away their function, displace and transform them into jewellery assembling objects. How will they be perceived, read? Experimenting with the idea: CAN you MAKE jewellery out of actual old, worn clothes? How much do you need to add (fx silver/gold - paint) or TAKE AWAY? (by cutting off) And does the way you WEAR it have an effect on how it is read? My ambition is to challenge the perception of jewellery by choice of materials, techniques and construction. #contemporary #art #contemporaryart #readymade #textile #handcraft #handwerk #jewellery #contemporaryjewellery #textile #artjewellery #art #jewelleryart #handmade #newnordic #making #2ndhand #clothes #used #reuse #recycle #upcycle #munichjewelleryweek2020 #oneofakind @camillaprasch @melting_point_valencia

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Repost from @erfurter.schmucksymposium • • • 100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Karola Torkos (DE) • Hausbau / Plattenbau / Click & Go • bangle / necklace / earrings • plastic (reused GDR Lego), brass, silver • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart #karolatorkos #karolatorkosjewellery #art #design #style #fashion #ddrlego Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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Last but not least, final pictures from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium participants. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Karola Torkos (DE) • Hausbau / Plattenbau / Click & Go • bangle / necklace / earrings • plastic, brass, silver • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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More images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Anat Shiftan (IL/US) • Untitled • wall object • industrial enamel, steel • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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#Repost @aneboylan with @get_repost ・・・ to fill: brooch Taking stock of unseen work 2020 Beyond Boundaries for @MJW2020 Like many, sad to have missed Munich Jewellery Week 2020 🙁. #munichjewelleryweek2020 #currentobsession #dccoi #jewelleryactivist #acj #craftni #staysafe #stayhome #artjewlery #artistofinstagram

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to fill: brooch Taking stock of unseen work 2020 Beyond Boundaries for @MJW2020 Like many, sad to have missed Munich Jewellery Week 2020 🙁. #munichjewelleryweek2020 #currentobsession #dccoi #jewelleryactivist #acj #craftni #staysafe #stayhome #artjewlery #artistofinstagram

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More images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Felix Lindner (DE) • Untitled • Salt cellar • oyster shell, silver • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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▫️ Espacios Compartidos II. #RaquelBessudo #JewelryArtist ▪️www.raquelbessudo.com

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Today we continue with showing some images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Katharina Kielmann (AT/DE) • Kuchen kommt von Können • baking tray/object • industrial enamel, steel • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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// repost @erfurter.schmucksymposium ・・・ Today we continue with showing some images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Melanie Isverding (DE) • Untitled • pendant • silver, cotton, palladium • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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Via. @erfurter.schmucksymposium Today we continue with showing some images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Melanie Isverding (DE) • Untitled • pendant • silver, cotton, palladium • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich #STAYHOME #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewelry #joyeriacontemporanea #joalheriacontemporanea #gioiellocontemporaneo #bijoucontemporain #artjewellery #artjewelry #artjewelryforum #ajfishere #klimt02 #jewelleryactivist #thejewelleryactivist #weallarejewelleryactivists #spreadingtheword💎

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Today we continue with showing some images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Melanie Isverding (DE) • Untitled • pendant • silver, cotton, palladium • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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Via. @erfurter.schmucksymposium Sorry for the long break in posting. Today we continue with showing some images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Sophie Hanagarth (FR/CH) • Constellation Hand • work sketches • steel, industrial enamel, cardboard, nails • 2019 • Hand von Tanit/Weiße Hand mit roten Fingernägeln • Pendant • industrial enamel, steel • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich #STAYHOME #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewelry #joyeriacontemporanea #joalheriacontemporanea #gioiellocontemporaneo #bijoucontemporain #artjewellery #artjewelry #artjewelryforum #ajfishere #klimt02 #jewelleryactivist #thejewelleryactivist #weallarejewelleryactivists #spreadingtheword💎

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LOVE #MunichJewelleryWeek 2/2 (PLEASE NOTE TEXT CONTINUES FROM 1/2) The line-up needed no introduction: a stellar microcosmos of Munich Akademie graduates and their now-retired Professor Otto Künzli. Their few pieces, all no bigger than 8-10 cm, spoke loudly and clearly, not only demanding no less attention than their gallery-set counterparts, but also much more comfortable in their improbable yet cosy doll-house shop window. A trip to the toilet is imbued with so many markers and memories: from high-school gossip to furtive encounters, from high jinks to lowly tears. Always striving to subvert its intended design for solitary use, the public venue toilet is nearly always a willingly or unwittingly shared space of unscripted visits, aleatory glances, haphazard exchanges and accidental friendships. And this is exactly what happened at Nomiya. Two of its long-term habituées became, just for a night, our long-lost friends. We remained past closing time, toasting with local beer, bonding, discussing and laughing. So engrossed were we in living this moment that, once out of the toilets, none of us took a single photo of the place, or even an otherwise ubiquitous group selfie. Our disparate international group had been sucked into a middle layer of a much bigger matrioska built from the tiny microcosmos of the toilet jewellery window, to the realm of Nomiya, and then the city itself which summons us every year, and the wider world of art jewellery. The pieces I could not all recall until I looked at my photos again. But this impromptu night was unforgettable. And I cannot but think of the artists plotting secretly to use the lure we all know best to take us out of our usual Munich trodden path to experience much more than just LOVE and love itself. ...............................................................................................................Works by Alexander Blank, Eunmi Chun, Stefan Hauser, Therese Hilbert, Christian Hoedl, Melanie Isverding, Jiro Kamata, Otto Künzli, Mirei Takeuchi, Florian Weichsberger

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LOVE #MunichJewelleryWeek 1/2 (PLEASE NOTE TEXT IS SPLIT) In my second #MunichJewelleryWeek post reflecting on the possibilities that the event offers to experiment with location I am looking at LOVE. We made the spontaneous if a bit brash decision to visit LOVE after a late dinner following the opening of Stones at Galerie Handwerk. Showing at the other end of the city, with not much else in that direction, this late night adventure might after all just be the only chance to see it. It must have been around midnight when our taxi dropped us in front of an unassuming locale, with the usual array of smokers populating the pavement. As we entered, I was instantly puzzled by the juxtaposition of an array of old mismatched wooden tables and chairs filled with interesting people who all seemed to know each other, a strange empty display on one side appearing to be connected with the serving of food, a small counter so reminiscent of family-run Chinese take-aways sporting, however, some interesting beer pumps. This was Nomiya, an implausible Japanese-Bavarian hybrid to a tourist, but a long-lived legend for the locals. But what we wanted was the toilets, because that's where the show was, or so I was told by my companions. And so we squeezed behind the one person sitting at the counter and entered the two tiny spaces. These were old toilets, with doors layered with years of scratched paint that you could barely open if someone was already inside, basic issue square white ceramic tiles and a simple sink occupying a good portion of the available ante-chamber to the WC area itself. But, once in, a whole world opened to us through a miniature box display cut out in the wall. ... (CONTINUES IN 2/2) Works by Alexander Blank, Eunmi Chun, Stefan Hauser, Therese Hilbert, Christian Hoedl, Melanie Isverding, Jiro Kamata, Otto Künzli, Mirei Takeuchi, Florian Weichsberger

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Sorry for the long break in posting. Today we continue with showing some images from the 17th Erfurter Schmucksymposium. ... The catalogue is now available, please contact us for purchase. ... „100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus in neighbouring Weimar, ten artists came together at the 17th Erfurt Jewellery Symposium (17. Erfurter Schmucksymposium) to develop contemporary reflections on the art school whose impact is still dominant today. The artists moved between direct references, the combination of techniques as well as philosophical and aesthetic explorations. Their pieces of jewellery, work sketches, sculptures and pictures reflect a wide range of present-day ideas and thoughts inspired by the Bauhaus in theory, practice and aesthetics. At the same time, the pieces allow for an extended view of formative aspects of the Bauhaus and, in particular, on jewellery today.“ ... Sophie Hanagarth (FR/CH) • Constellation Hand • work sketches • steel, industrial enamel, cardboard, nails • 2019 • Hand von Tanit/Weiße Hand mit roten Fingernägeln • Pendant • industrial enamel, steel • 2019 ... #erfurterschmucksymposium #erfurtjewellerysymposium #ESS2019 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #jewellery #joys #schmuck #zeitgenössischerschmuck #bijoux #jewelleryart @bennettja @anatshiftan @ketlitiitsar @felixlindner.gold @mandy_rasch @sarahschuschkleb @sophiehanagarth @melanie_isverding @katharina_kielmann @karolatorkos Images by: @marcelkrummrich

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In my next 2 #MunichJewelleryWeek posts I would like to reflect on the possibilities to experiment with location, by looking at PASSENGER and LOVE. PASSENGER took the concept of travelling show to the next level, housed in a moving van that would pick up and drop off visitors from and at various key locations on the MJW map. The show blurb invited viewers to take a ride with the work and observe, navigate and even wait. As Jess Ica Tolbert drove the tinted-window van, Kerianne Quick passed round the work, beautifully but also very cleverly and safely presented in carved-out cardboard boxes, reading the artists' statements from a tablet. If it was difficult to photograph pieces in motion, it was indeed a treat to hold the work so close (with cotton gloves no less) and to carefully pass it round the other passengers not as a precious relic to be revered quickly but as a precious “food” to be shared slowly. As Kerianne and Jess quickly stashed us into their sleek van in boiler suits, it felt as if being suddenly whisked away into an A-Team episode. And yet, with all the artists based on the USA-Mexico borderlands in places such as El Paso, San Diego and Ciudad Juárez, that excitement was for me soon replaced by much more poignant parallels with other kinds of “passengers”. Those willing to risk everything to uproot their family and endure a most dangerous journey for the possibility of a better life that might never come, at the mercy of merciless transporters for whom human life is just cargo. Or those who, having survived that journey, are brutally separated and secretively transported to other locations by the very authority whose duty is to protect. The exhibition surely took advantage of the full possibilities offered by #MJW to be inventive, especially if travelling from outside Europe to exhibit, with fixed locations coming at a premium, at high cost, and having to be secured well in advance. And yet, it went so beyond trying to cash in on novelty value, following an alluring pick up with a disorienting drop off: the ordinariness and certainty of MJW locations destabilised by the un-ordinariness and uncertainty of what it means for many to be a passenger.

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Hervée is happy to share her favourite look by wearing a playful creation by Karin Johansson reminding her of the unforgettable times while studying at HDK in Göteborg. #gold #oxidizedsilver #anodizedaluminum #acrylic #artjewellery #artjewelry #munichjewelleryweek2020 #thisoneisforyou #collectibles #artjewelrycollector #shippingisonus

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Regular, seed beads,oxidised sterling silver, stainless steel, felt and embroidery thread. For #munichjewelleryweek2020 #frame2020 with @tinselgallery

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My exhibition together with Great Bussi Buhs #galerie_biro in Munich #munichjewelleryweek2020 is OPEN UNTIL MAY 9TH! 🙂 #contemporaryjewellery #galeriebiro

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Jutta Kallfelz Der Ruhende (The Crouching), 2020, brooch, stained boxwood, stainless steel, 66 x 35 x 40 mm Der Einzelgänger (The Loner), 2020, brooch, ebony, stainless steel, 60 x 30 x 35 mm photo: courtesy of the artist Jutta Kallfelz hand carved two small realistic animals - a rabbit and a mole - out of wood. With their smooth and soft fury skins they seduce us to touch, feel, strike and caress. At the same time these small statues have chopped heads and tails, as if they are - still - hidden into the earth that shelters them. If you look closer, you can find a carefully framed landscape. part of the exhibition NEXT DOOR On show until Satuday 30 May 2020 Private View by appointment An exhibition showing contemporary art and art jewelley referring to the theme: NEXT DOOR. The 'door' leading to interpretations from a rite of passage, a transition, a hole, to an opening, borders, etc. We invite you to come in and open your door. artists: Klara Brynge, Eva Burton, Tatjana Giorgadse, Elena Gorbunova, Helen Habtay, Hartog & Henneman, Mielle Harvey, Maria Hees, Colombe d'Humieres, Idiots (Afke Golsteijn and Floris Bakker), Taehee In, Jutta Kallfelz, Typhaine le Monnier, Holly O'Hanlon, Jiun You Ou, Sonia Pibernat, Darja Popolitova, Uwe Poth, Philip Sajet, Elwy Schutten, Danni Schwaag, Coco Sung, Robean Visschers, Valérie Wagner, Qi Wang, Inette van Wijck and Kun Zhang @philipsajet @sungcoco @danni.schwaag @elwyschutten @mzsc2384 @robean_jewellery_craft @darja_popolitova @elenita_gorbunova @eva_burton @tatjanagiorgadse @klarabrynge @idiots.nl @soniapibernat @helen_habtay @hartog_henneman @artjewelryforum @mielleharvey @heesmaria @colombedhumieres #taehee in #jutta Kallfelz #typhaine le monnier @uwepoth @oujiunyou @inettevanwijck @kaymatka @holly_o_hanlon #mustsee #fineart #artislife #munichjewelleryweek2020 #startcollectingart #colllectcontemporaryart #wearableart #art #hedendaagsesieraden #unique #exclusive #handmade #craftmanship #contemporaryart #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewely #bijouxcontemporain #artjewellery #artjewelry #studiojewelry #zeitgenössischerschmuck

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2/2 -- Laura Deakin's "PEARLS, PRESS, CONFUSION, MYGRATION" @galerie.wittenbrink (CONTINUES FROM 1/2) Because Laura's work needs more time to unravel. In his profoundly insightful essay about her Pearls series (available on her website at https://lauradeakin.com/work/pearl-series/), her professor Otto Künzli says: “Due to the marked transformations it has involved ... a new image has been created – an irritation, a challenge to visual perception and thought.” It is really only now, after weeks of reflection, that everything fits together. Or in fact, it doesn't. Because it's not meant to. Laura's work cannot, as Künzli also says, “be described as a reproduction”, but “a highly confusing mirror of itself.” And Mygration is one such mirror indeed: of the tricks we create by re-constructing the familiar around us, of the comforts we seek through the feeling of “I know this”, to the lengths we push our mind to feel “at home”. This is an experience I have also personally shared with Deakin as a long-time resident in another country, but so extreme that my middle-aged self is by now hardly capable of imagining, let alone recreating, what would be familiar from my much younger years. The metaphor of place and the familiar can of course be much more abstractly interpreted and, in all its facets, Mygration becomes a singularly befitting embodiment of Ijeoma Umebinyuo's poem 'Diaspora Blues': “so, here you are too foreign for home too foreign for here. never enough for both.”

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1/2 -- Laura Deakin's “PEARLS, PRESS, CONFUSION, MYGRATION” @galerie.wittenbrink One of the things that I love most about #MunichJewelleryWeek is the way it provides encounters with work that challenges my understanding of my own perceptions. One such case this year was with Laura Deakin's “PEARLS, PRESS, CONFUSION, MYGRATION” at the always splendidly welcoming Galerie Wittenbrink Dependance Fünf Höfe. The title of the exhibition groups together four of Deakin's series of work from the past few years, but most of the space was taken up by the new Mygration pieces. Walking into the gallery I was as much fascinated and puzzled by her use of landscape painting as I was by my reaction to it. And it wasn't an awareness I developed in time but an instant feeling, as if observing myself responding to the work in real time. I recognised the trope of the slightly abstract landscape painting as representing emotions and connections to a sense of place rather than precise location, and I mentally applauded the lengths to which Laura had gone with this illusion/allusion by constructing corner canvas-holders and neck chains so reminiscent of elaborate hangings in grandiose country homes. While still in the gallery I was then confronted by the making process: a complex combination of carving out small dots of material from acrylic plates to fill them with other dots, this time of mostly watercolour paints. Titles are part of that process too, evoking events and real places, and the result is so similar to Puntillism that I felt instantly transported to my scholastic understanding of the best traditions of both historical and more contemporary landscape painting. Or perhaps I should say fooled... TEXT CONTINUES IN 2/2

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Isolation day 34 ▶️ throwback to #mjw2020 I never cared much for beading work, but after visiting "Beaded" some strings inside me vibrated with emotion (cheers @catarina_silva_jewellery for curating this exhibition). Then, I also found beads in the ground floor exhibition by @monika.brugger. I saw those dresses and I thought "bleeding lbds" 💗 I surrendered 😎 BEADED with Caroline Broadhead (UK), Catarina Silva (FR/PT), Daniel Kruger (ZA/DE), Felieke van der Leest (NL/NO), Joyce J. Scott (USA), Manon van Kouswijk (NL), Sari Liimatta (FI), Sébastien Carré (FR), Walka Studio (CL) HEIMAT OU LES RITOURNELLES by Monika Brugger. #contemporaryjewellery #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporarybeading #tinyschmuck

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7/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek the final #CHRONOS exhibition post, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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6/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek we continue with the #CHRONOS exhibition, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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5/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek we continue with the #CHRONOS exhibition, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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4/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek we continue with the #CHRONOS exhibition, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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3/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek we continue with the #CHRONOS exhibition, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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Well, here’s to the start of another week of fun in these rather interesting times. With all the free time resulting from staying at home the last month, I was able to do some photo editing and was able to put together a catalog of my recent works titled “Technalithica”. I’m super pleased with how they turned out, and I’m grateful for the ability to look back on the past 6 months of studio and creative work and take it all in. Hold on with both hands, people. Life is certainly not boring. . . #metalsmith #artjewelry #artmetal #metaldesign #studioartist #sculpturestudio #sculpturaljewelry #jewelrystudio #snagmember #snagmetalsmith #munichjewelleryweek #munichjewelleryweek2020 #munichjewelryweek #munichjewelryweek2020

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2/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek I want to share the #CHRONOS exhibition, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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1/7 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek I want to share the #CHRONOS exhibition, curated by Jürgen Eickhoff at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV), with work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, Georg Dobler, Jürgen Eickhoff, Herman Hermsen, Winfried Krüger, Ruudt Peters and Graziano Visintin. Apart from the enormous human aspect linked with such a vast gathering of a global tribe, visiting #MJW presents the incomparable possibility of carrying out a large amount of research (or at least to sow a large amount of seeds for further enquiry) within the confines of one week in one city. Albeit sometimes in strict military fashion, #MJW allows the visitor to acquire new or further haptic and visual, as well as material and conceptual, knowledge about work often only perceived through a(n often inevitably glossy and disconnected) digital barrier. Importantly, it allows for pieces to be seen in the context the artist has created for them, be it location, other work or simply a display. All these individual contexts then help to build the layers of the wider field of contemporary art jewellery. And this is where shows like CHRONOS come into the picture. Although inevitably biased and bound by its curatorial choices, it wishes to remind both students and seasoned practitioners of the field in which they are actively positioning themselves. Jürgen's choice of title speaks of provenance and of the legacy of decades of practice. However, it also speaks so much about how these practices are not static but continue to question themselves, the materials and the significance of the field itself. CHRONOS is part of an important format of exhibition during #MJW that crosses the boundaries between didactic retrospective and reflection on the future: it raises new questions as much as it acknowledges the past and it underlines how legacy and evolution are necessarily linked. Ruudt himself once said to some of us that contemporary jewellery is not the jewellery of today but that of tomorrow. And CHRONOS is there to remind us that we cannot build that tomorrow if we have no knowledge of our past, and that that very past is never static but still constantly striving to question itself and evolve.

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Don’t be fooled, this is jewelry. Brooch by @joo.hee.han ・・・ Even though the IHM is cancelled,😖😇 The exhibition "Oval" will still take place as planned! 12.03-15.03 Thu/ 14:00-21:00 Fri-Sun/ 11:00-18:00 Neureutherstr.15 #mjw2020 #munichjewelleryweek2020

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Exhibition Bussi Buhs/ Petra Zimmermann @galerie_biro opens it’s doors again! 👍🙂😷 #galerie_biró #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporaryjewellery #munichjewelleryweek #bussibuhs #petrazimmermann

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Thanks for the post @studioloubser . In case you haven't heard yet, @ericloubser is going solo. Scroll back to our previous post for the full announcement. This is one of the pieces Eric intended to show with @tinselgallery as part of @munichjewelleryweek, which was unfortunately cancelled due to Covid-19. Since then the kind folks at @klimt02net have put up a #virtualexhibition for the 13 local jewellers who created work for Munich, including new designs by @lizloubser1. If you're needing a bit of eye candy, go and have a look 💛⁠⠀ . Check out my new site at www.ericloubser.com #ericloubser #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewelry #artjewelry #artjewellery #brooch #painting #pins #joburg #munichjewelleryweek2020 #southafricandesign #joburgjewelry #southafricanjewellery #studioloubser #tinselgallery #ceramics #wood #handmade #klimt02 #design #localzadesign #jewelry #jewellery #handmadeinafrica #bijoucontemporain #joyeriacontemporanea #joalheriacontemporanea #gioiellocontemporaneo

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2 OF 2 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek I'd like to share a few reflections about duo exhibitions, inspired by my visits to "IN BETWEEN" ( @mari_ishikawa_munich and Kaori Juzu at @windfall_gmbh ) and "MIA & TARJA" (@miamaljojoki and @tarjatuupanenjewellery at @galeriemaurerzilioli at Kunstbüro Reillplast). Duo shows are, in my opinion, more difficult to piece together than solo and group ones, if wishing to avoid the pitfall of appearing like two solos sharing a space. If, on the one hand, pairing the work of two people requires meticulous observation and investigation of common ground, on the other, duo shows can act as a highly stimulating testing ground: not a manifestation of finite answers but of a very open set of questions for both artists and viewers, and curators. Initial associations can spark from many corners of creative practice as well as personal life situations: from geography to materials, from intention to aesthetics, and the list could go on to encompass every possible and even purely accidental facet – such as shared names – of each person involved in the process. Dialogues are then either systematically analysed and recorded or completely left open and undisclosed, and these exercises could be a one-off or go through multiple, perhaps yearly, iterations. The combinations are infinite. Yet, awareness is at the core of the success (as research and communication tools before everything else) of each endeavour: whether justifying answers or throwing in the air the possibility of questions, there needs to be a consciousness of purpose. There is of course no right or wrong in the purpose itself, even if that be that there should be no purpose at all and that all should be left to chance, or that the purpose should be dictated simply by convenience, as long as the choice is conscious. The readings of any pairings are, as a result, as conceptually and visually complex and diverse as the number of viewers, so I will refrain from sharing my own and those shared by the artists themselves. For everyone involved, the invitation, (not so) hidden in the titles, is to navigate the “&s” and the “in betweens” as spaces for dialogue and possibilities.

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1 OF 2 Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek I'd like to share a few reflections about duo exhibitions, inspired by my visits to "IN BETWEEN" ( @mari_ishikawa_munich and Kaori Juzu @klenodiecom at @windfall_gmbh ) and "MIA & TARJA" (@miamaljojoki and @tarjatuupanenjewellery at @galeriemaurerzilioli at Kunstbüro Reillplast). Duo shows are, in my opinion, more difficult to piece together than solo and group ones, if wishing to avoid the pitfall of appearing like two solos sharing a space. If, on the one hand, pairing the work of two people requires meticulous observation and investigation of common ground, on the other, duo shows can act as a highly stimulating testing ground: not a manifestation of finite answers but of a very open set of questions for both artists and viewers, and curators. Initial associations can spark from many corners of creative practice as well as personal life situations: from geography to materials, from intention to aesthetics, and the list could go on to encompass every possible and even purely accidental facet – such as shared names – of each person involved in the process. Dialogues are then either systematically analysed and recorded or completely left open and undisclosed, and these exercises could be a one-off or go through multiple, perhaps yearly, iterations. The combinations are infinite. Yet, awareness is at the core of the success (as research and communication tools before everything else) of each endeavour: whether justifying answers or throwing in the air the possibility of questions, there needs to be a consciousness of purpose. There is of course no right or wrong in the purpose itself, even if that be that there should be no purpose at all and that all should be left to chance, or that the purpose should be dictated simply by convenience, as long as the choice is conscious. The readings of any pairings are, as a result, as conceptually and visually complex and diverse as the number of viewers, so I will refrain from sharing my own and those shared by the artists themselves. For everyone involved, the invitation, (not so) hidden in the titles, is to navigate the “&s” and the “in betweens” as spaces for dialogue and possibili

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Today for #MunichJewelleryWeek I want to share what was a fantastic surprise: Hermann Jünger's work in plexiglass from "HERMANN JÜNGER: 50 YEARS V-SCHMUCK' at Quittenbaum @quittenbaumauctions. In 1969 Jünger produced prototypes for a commission by the Association for Glass, Metal and Jewellery to explore new production avenues for the Gablonz costume jewellery industry [no longer based in the original Gablonz/Jablonec in the Czech Republic, where jewellery and ornament production had thrived for centuries, but in New Gablonz/Neugablonz near Kaufberen in Bavaria, where those of German ethnicity had emigrated after being expelled at the end of the war]. From the wonderful Quittenbaum catalogue, with excellent text from Nadine Becker: "From his perspective as an artist, Hermann Jünger saw a clear line between jewellery and costume jewellery. Jewellery in Neugablonz was 'frozen in the imitation of an imitation'. However costume jewellery should in principle not be seen as an imitation, but rather play with its simplicity and celebrate the advantages of its material. Jünger called for a departure from antiquated forms and promoted a contemporary and appropriate use of materials. 'I want to show how decorative and variable a circle is… How a fashionable effect can be created simply by shifting the scale, by enlarging it, how a new surface can be created by the accumulation and structural composition of glass stones, which has nothing to do with imitation gemstone jewellery.' ... The components of the pieces of jewellery were provided by the local manufacturers and the State College of Glass and Jewellery in Neugablonz." In 1970-71, spurred by these investigations, Jünger went on to produce a series of costume jewellery designs in plexiglass/acrylic which he named V-Jewellery. Unfortunately, distribution proved difficult and the works never achieved commercial success. The wonderful lady at the gallery who showed us the exhibition explained that Germany was not yet ready for this type of jewellery. Amazing if we think that London was already seeing the end of the Twiggy Swinging Sixties revolution and space-age psychedelia, and Punk was on the horizon.

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Via. @katrin.feulner Herbert Hofmann Preis 2020. Thanks a lot to the jury: Prof. Otto Künzli Prof. Jantje Fleischhut Dr. Gerd Bruckner Dr. Sabine Runde And so many thanks to all the people who support me and are there for me! It's too long to name them all, but I want to share this great honour with all of them! Thank you very much! #herberthoffmannprize #katrinfeulner #munichjewelleryweek2020 #munichjewelleryweek #mjw20 #currentobsession #munich #schmuck2020 #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewelry #joyeriacontemporanea #joalheriacontemporanea #gioiellocontemporaneo #bijoucontemporain #artjewellery #artjewelry #artjewelryforum #ajfishere #klimt02 #jewelleryactivist #thejewelleryactivist #weallarejewelleryactivists #spreadingtheword💎 #STAY HOME

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From the Connections|Connessioni exhibitors... other work Posted @withregram@lianapattihis Seven days seven #healing #colours : 2. Green is known for its balanced healing properties. It is a restful colour that symbolizes growth and renewal. It also encourages comfort and equilibrium and is particularly beneficial for the heart, lungs and circulatory system. Series: To mend my broken Heart Untitled #green wine #glass #necklace 2019. Pieces from a broken wine glass, oxidized #silver #chain, Fixing agent L86 cm. Shown at #collectopen2020 #collect2020. Would have travelled to Munich for #munichjewelleryweek2020 and shown at #galeriefrançoiseheitsch as part of #joyabarcelona #ajfishere #artjewelryforum #art #contemporaryart #jewellery #jewelry #schmuck #bijoux #gioielli #joyas #klimt02 #klimt02member @craftscouncil #charonkransenarts #sofia_platina #acjscotland #contemporaryjewellery #connections

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From the Connections|Connessioni exhibitors... other work. We do love these we are going to repost two, go to profile and check out the others in this series... Posted @withregram@lianapattihis Seven days seven #healing #colours : 1. Pink is a feminine soothing color that shows caring and affection. It is a protective and compassionate color that heals and soothes. This lighthearted color can stimulate happiness. Pink can safely be useful in hospitals to reduce erratic behavior. Series: To mend my broken Heart Picking up the pieces #pink #brooch #porcelain pieces from an #english #vintage dessert #plate 12k goldfilled #chain, Stainless Steel, Fixing Agent L14cm x W11cm x H3cm Shown at #collectopen2020 #collect2020. Would have travelled to Munich for #munichjewelleryweek2020 and shown at #galeriefrançoiseheitsch with #joyabarcelona #ajfishere #artjewelryforum #art #contemporaryart #jewellery #jewelry #schmuck #bijoux #gioielli #joyas #klimt02 #klimt02member #acjscotland #contemporaryjewellery #connections

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Work by Jing Ma at #SENSATIONS - an exhibition by the graduates of the MA Jewellery and Related Products and Artists-in-Residence of the Birmingham City University School of Jewellery @soj_bcu One of the school shows written about by our reporter @lietamarziali from @munichjewelleryweek Link to http://ow.ly/vOmY50z9OJb or from #munichjewelleryweek2020 image link on our homepage "Set up as it was on a sea of bright pink inflatable rubber rings, one might have expected a set of lighthearted projects, with any commentary carried out with irony and playfulness. And yet, upon examination, all the works engaged with very personal experiences which, however, have a profound global impact. Many socio-political-economic themes were investigated, such as feminism and body ownership, mental health, empathy, and consumerism, and, yes, play, but as a form of expression and critique rather than simply recreation.' . . . . . #MJW20 #wearableart #contemporaryart #art #mjw #mjw20 #schmuck2020 #munichjewelleryweek #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporarycraft #conceptualjewelry #MJW2020 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #artjewelry #artjewellery #conceptualjewellery #studiojewelry #birminghamschoolofjewellery

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Reposted from @karinjohansson413 selected for SCHMUCK 2020. this necklace together with two more, from my work “Observation from a Distance”. due to Corona virus circumstances the annual exhibition in Münich is cancelled, but will be on display in Valencia, April 2020. if you want to see more of my work and happen to be in New Zealand you are very Welcome to join my exhibition/opening @thenational_nz in Christchurch, Saturday April 4 ! #karinjohanssonjewellery #anodizedaluminum #gold #acrylic #necklace #munichjewelleryweek2020 #mjw2020 #TMBARK - #regrann

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SENSATIONS - POST 2 OF 2 Here we are again with the penultimate #MunichJewelleryWeek school show from my @artsthread article: "SENSATIONS", with MA graduates and Artists in Residence of the @soj_bcu. As before, excerpt below and full text at https://www.artsthread.com/news/munich-jewellery-week-2020-school-report/ // "With cancellations by the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins, Britain was still represented by ‘SENSATIONS’, an exhibition by the graduates of the MA Jewellery and Related Products and Artists-in-Residence of the Birmingham City University School of Jewellery. The course, under the guidance of Sian Hindle, often has a high percentage of Chinese and Taiwanese students (making up the entirety of this particular graduate cohort), a testament to the strong links built by the School in the Far East which, over the years, has been contributing to the development of new programmes and departments within these countries’ institutions. Set up as it was on a sea of bright pink inflatable rubber rings, one might have expected a set of lighthearted projects, with any commentary carried out with irony and playfulness. And yet, upon examination, all the works engaged with very personal experiences which, however, have a profound global impact. Many socio-political-economic themes were investigated, such as feminism and body ownership, mental health, empathy, and consumerism, and, yes, play, but as a form of expression and critique rather than simply recreation. The life rings then created (or rather brought to life) the deeply reflective side of the works: a metaphor for the search for personal solutions to difficulties encountered as an individual but as part of a more global and shared fragility. And this is why, in this show as well as ‘MEME’, the group effort is greater than individual pieces. It lives in the legacy of the deep cultural (ex)change that the students and tutors have undergone through working with each other, of the personal bonds that will have been forged while living in a completely different cultural environment, and of the transformative nature of art education whatever careers these graduates and A-I-Rs will be pursuing."

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SENSATIONS - POST 1 OF 2 Here we are again with the penultimate #MunichJewelleryWeek school show from my @artsthread article: "SENSATIONS", with MA graduates and Artists in Residence of the @soj_bcu. As before, excerpt below and full text at https://www.artsthread.com/news/munich-jewellery-week-2020-school-report/ // "With cancellations by the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins, Britain was still represented by ‘SENSATIONS’, an exhibition by the graduates of the MA Jewellery and Related Products and Artists-in-Residence of the Birmingham City University School of Jewellery. The course, under the guidance of Sian Hindle, often has a high percentage of Chinese and Taiwanese students (making up the entirety of this particular graduate cohort), a testament to the strong links built by the School in the Far East which, over the years, has been contributing to the development of new programmes and departments within these countries’ institutions. Set up as it was on a sea of bright pink inflatable rubber rings, one might have expected a set of lighthearted projects, with any commentary carried out with irony and playfulness. And yet, upon examination, all the works engaged with very personal experiences which, however, have a profound global impact. Many socio-political-economic themes were investigated, such as feminism and body ownership, mental health, empathy, and consumerism, and, yes, play, but as a form of expression and critique rather than simply recreation. The life rings then created (or rather brought to life) the deeply reflective side of the works: a metaphor for the search for personal solutions to difficulties encountered as an individual but as part of a more global and shared fragility. And this is why, in this show as well as ‘MEME’, the group effort is greater than individual pieces. It lives in the legacy of the deep cultural (ex)change that the students and tutors have undergone through working with each other, of the personal bonds that will have been forged while living in a completely different cultural environment, and of the transformative nature of art education whatever careers these graduates and A-I-Rs will be pursuing."

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A virtual exhibition that I’m participating in organised by Klimt02. Our original MJW2020 event has been postponed to November, however you can still view our comics exhibition here... https://klimt02.net/events/exhibitions/war-the-comics-weltraum-gallery #klimt02 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #gallerieweltraum #contemporaryjewellery #wearableart #munichevents #womeninart #comicart

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Look back at last month's @munichjewelleryweek with @csmbajewellerydesign show sadly cancelled - Private View Read the @artsthread review https://www.artsthread.com/news/munich-jewellery-week-2020-considerations-csm-ual/ Shown - Xuan Ma’s @x.mahin_jewellery graduate collection. Xuan uses metal as a reflective surface, creating experimental patterns as a means to explore the beauty of the human figure. The simple pieces of metal are arranged in geometric patterns that contrast to the diverse forms of our body parts. They make visible bits of our anatomy that are normally unseen. In the process, the human form becomes a precious repository of Xuan’s highly individual vision of beauty.' . . . . . #csmbajewellery #csmbajd #munichjewelleryweek #mjw2020 #mcbw #designconnects #considerations #xuanma #jewelry #jewelery #jewelrydesign #MJW20 #wearableart #contemporaryart #mjw #mjw20 #schmuck2020 #munichjewelleryweek #munichjewelleryweek2020 #contemporarycraft #conceptualjewelry #MJW2020 #munichjewelleryweek2020 #artjewelry #artjewellery #conceptualjewellery #studiojewelry

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Repost from @anastasiakandaraki I just received the catalogue of Schmuck 2020! 😊 Happy to see my piece in the catalogue!!! . . Schmuck, the special jewelry show was cancelled due to the spread of coronavirus. At least there is the catalogue with so many beautiful works in!! . . #schmuck2020 #Munichjewelleryweek #Munichjewelleryweek2020 #mjw2020 #schmuck #schmuckcatalogue2020 #artjewelry #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewelleryart #artfair #munich #hwkmünchen @hwkmuenchen_azubis #symbiosisjewellerycollection @anastasiakandaraki #jewelryartist #jewellerymaker

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"CRYSTAL PALACE" POST 2 OF 2 Time for more #MunichJewelleryWeek and the last Academy of Fine Arts Munich show featured in my @artsthread article: "CRYSTAL PALACE" at the @kunstarkaden.muenchen . // CHECK ALSO POST 1 Of 2. As before, excerpt below and full article at https://www.artsthread.com/news/munich-jewellery-week-2020-school-report/ // "The third Academy-related show was ‘CRYSTAL PALACE’, with work by students Saika Matsuda and Jiangyue Guo, and recent graduates Danni Chen and Markus Pollinger, with each artist using a large installation to occupy a space of white-cube-meets-industrial-basement Kunstarkaden. ... Jiangyue Guo used giant pearl-like shapes covered in black and white fake leather as a reflection of the increasing difficulty to discern true information from false. It was also impossible not to notice a strong visual reference to bondage, truly expressive of the relationship both of desire and self-subjugation that human beings have with information. ... The show ended on a much more ethereal note with Saika Matsuda’s installation of vacuum-formed brooches. White, delicate, light to the touch and to the eyes, they were designed to be the three-dimensional embodiment of reflections and ripples in water. This was a fine achievement not only in transforming the transient into the touchable, but also in creating a desirable and easily-replicable series of multiples from the most simple and yet highly emotional design element. ‘Crystal Palace’ was truly an impressive set-up, with very strong work both visually and conceptually, and a testament to what can be achieved curatorially with minimal and inexpensive materials. Without a doubt one of the top shows I visited this year."

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"CRYSTAL PALACE" POST 1 OF 2 Time for more #MunichJewelleryWeek and the last Academy of Fine Arts Munich show featured in my @artsthread article: "CRYSTAL PALACE" at the @kunstarkaden.muenchen . // CHECK ALSO POST 2 Of 2. As before, excerpt below and full article at https://www.artsthread.com/news/munich-jewellery-week-2020-school-report/ // "The third Academy-related show was ‘CRYSTAL PALACE’, with work by students Saika Matsuda and Jiangyue Guo, and recent graduates Danni Chen and Markus Pollinger, with each artist using a large installation to occupy a space of white-cube-meets-industrial-basement Kunstarkaden. ... Markus Pollinger presented a series of holding and pouring vessels made with welded steel car parts. Recognisable only to the experts, the forms perfectly mimicked those raised by silversmiths, especially finished as they were with highly polished or brushed matte plating. If these appeared terribly witty and highly contemporary, they also paid great homage to the cross-disciplinarity of traditional design and construction skills, while also deeply acknowledging and demonstrating understanding of the development of such objects across centuries and continents. Danni Chen also presented a set of surreal table objects designed for the purpose of torturing fruit. Sparking a strange sense of inexplicably dark curiosity, this was an Alice In Wonderland meets Hellraiser project, with heavy manacle rollers for crushing raspberries and ominous barbed spikes for spearing grapes, and even a cage for storage. And if the table was immaculately set up, one could not but be intimidated by the stark contrast of the crisp white tablecloth and the eerie blackness of the forged objets, all accompanied as it was by the eerie recording of some of the instruments as they were being used (minus the fruit screams)."

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I just received the catalogue of Schmuck 2020! 😊 Happy to see my piece in the catalogue!!! . . Schmuck, the special jewelry show was cancelled due to the spread of coronavirus. At least there is the catalogue with so many beautiful works in!! . . #schmuck2020 #Munichjewelleryweek #Munichjewelleryweek2020 #mjw2020 #schmuck #schmuckcatalogue2020 #artjewelry #contemporaryjewellery #contemporaryjewelleryart #artfair #munich #hwkmünchen @hwkmuenchen_azubis #symbiosisjewellerycollection @anastasiakandaraki #jewelryartist #jewellerymaker

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