angewanzt/bugged

“angewanzt” is the title of a group show opening tomorrow at Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein in Munich curated by Gisbert Stach and Unk Kraus. The word angewanzt is a neologism in German. It could be translated as “(being) bugged”. Co-curator Unk Kraus had the patience to still our curiosity through this painfully insightful, bitterly amusing and – […]

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Jewellery Matters! Symposium @ Rijks Museum Amsterdam. Loukia’s pitch scheduled for 16 November.

Photo:  Litany of the icon of Panagia Elona in Leonidio. As you may know I have the pleasure to present a short pitch on “The Emotional Value of Jewellery” during the International Symposium JEWELLERY MATTERS in Rijks Museum Amsterdam on 16 November 2017. The symposium pays tribute to the same name book by jewellery collector […]

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Ting: “The purpose of cultivating the self is to return to a mode of existence that is natural, but has been obscured by social conditioning.”

Ting Quetzaljo is a jewellery artist from Taipei, Taiwan. She was our Artist In Residence in Athens in September 2017. “The artist residency experience was a very special experience for me. I am enchanted by the way of thinking and the philosophy behind Greek culture, by the history, by  the tradition and customs that passed […]

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Götz Schauder: “Never eat in the underworld. Or may be do!” Inside the Gestapo prison of Athens.

Pictures: H. Schliemann’s house “Palace of Troy” in down town Athens. Loukia and Lieta in Daphni monastery. Loukia in the cave of Hades in Eleusina. Credit: Götz Schauder Götz Schauder is a documentary film script writer and film director from Berlin. He was our Athens Artist In Residence in September 2017 along with jewellery artist […]

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