Initiation 2018/MJW at Florian Trampler Gallery, Munich – 8-11 March – with an international team of 17 jewellery artists. We are looking for the LAST participant. Contact asap: firstname.lastname@example.org AdvertisementsRead More INITIATION @MunichJewleryWeek 2018 via Athens AIR: LAST MEMBER wanted!
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”?
Photo credit: Chiara Cavallo and Christoph Ziegler (Athens). Chiara Cavallo: Vertical Transitions. Solo show at Cine Trianon, Kodriktonos 21, Athens. 8-11 June 2017. Opening: 8 June at 8.30 p.m. According to Wikipedia, the earliest human presence in the city of Athens starts somewhere between the 11th and 7th millennia BC. The myth of king Kekrop, […]Read More Chiara Cavallo: “Vertical Transitions”. A Jewellery Flaneur through Athens.
Photo: “Shopping mall” at Galerie der Künstler, Munich. Credit: Christoph Ziegler. Here is a list of reasons. You meet old friends. You make new friends. You meet so many people with the same passion: Jewellery. You get feedback. MJW has a strickt structure AND gives you a lot of freedom to improvise or add your […]Read More What makes SCHMUCKWOCHE MÜNCHEN so special?
Photo credit: Panagiotis Skouloukas A hunter shoots deer in a state protected reserve and his co-villagers protect him with “omerta“. Who-dunn-it? Nobody knows… The deer, Artemis’ sacred animal, a totemic relic from the pre-Olympian period, ignites Marietta Karamaria’s protest through a new jewellery series named: “Averting Artemis”. “Devoted and caring as the goddess Artemis, I […]Read More Marietta Karamaria: Artemis means the Avenger
Photo: Square Brooch. 2017. Christoph Ziegler’s „Broom Brooches“ are wearable collages made of plastic pieces and household objects the artist collects at the beach or purchases at gipsy „trash“ markets in Greece. Ziegler’s colorful concentric objects make allusions to the shine and glamour of precious jewellery and make fun of the various genres of popular […]Read More Christoph Ziegler: “Today’s trash is tomorrow’s gold.”
Photo: “Organ 1”. Gabriele Hinze of Berlin loves to talk about her jewellery in poetic riddles! Meet the artist at Initiation 2017 – Munich Jewellery Week. “passing by, from the corner of my eye I’m getting caught on something, a twinkle of prettiness, prominence in small things, in details often ephemeral, fugacious, hardly visible, […]Read More Gabriele Hinze: Jewellery is a wearable transcript of life!