By ZLR Betriebsimperium* The following text has been published in the November 2017 issue of Findings – the UK Association for Contemporary Jewellery magazine. Photo: Three women, 2017. Loukia Richards for ZLR Bteriebsimperium. Jewellery inspired by Gestapo prisoners’ graffitis at the Greek Resistance Memorial in Athens. Contemporary art has the mission to interfere actively in […]Read More Jewellery as a means to reflect on the essence of all things surrounding us!
PARTICIPATE IN OUR LOTTERY AND SPONSOR „INITIATION 2018 // KALLICHORON“ AT MUNICH JEWELLERY WEEK. Lottery ends on Saturday 10 March, 2018. For 10,00 (ten) euro a lot, you may win the following prizes: 1st Prize: A Seven Days/Six Nights Artist Residency in Athens: Accomodation/Breakfast/Tour of Athens/ Insider information on the local art & jewellery scene […]Read More WIN AN ARTIST RESIDENCY IN ATHENS FOR 10 EURO!
Here are some of the questions artists/designers/makers interested in our project “Initiation 2018 – Kallichoron at Munich Jewellery Week” ask us: Who is email@example.com I have to send my questions to? Loukia Richards is an artist and curator. She was a nominee for the Herbert Hofmann Prize in „Schmuck 2017“. Richards has lectured for Zimmerhof […]Read More Q&A_s: INITIATION 2018 – Munich Jewlery Week
This is the Open Call for international artists working in the field of jewellery who want to participate in our group show at Munich Jewellery Week (8-11 March 2018). INITIATION 2018 – KALLICHORON addresses international artists working in the field of jewellery regardless of their knowledge of or connection to Greece or/and Greek culture. INITIATION […]Read More INITIATION@MUNICH JEWLERY WEEK 2018 (via Athena)/Only 1 place available!
British Vogue (August issue) features an article on the sad changes in the (former) vibrant art scene of Istanbul one year after the failed coup d’etat, a piece on hackers and security threads in the internet (including Isis terror) and a reporting on how dressing for business dictates the trend for the next winter season. […]Read More Is politics the “new black”?