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Aftermath of Art Jewellery

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Published: 25.01.2013
Aftermath of Art Jewellery.
André Gali
Petra Hölscher
Editor:
Hege Henriksen
Edited by:
Arnoldsche Art Publisher
Edited at:
Stuttgart
Technical data:
80 pages, hardback cover, 76 full colour illustrations, text in English, 20 x 20 cm
ISBN / ISSN:
978-3-89790-379-1
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Intro
This book presents a creative and ground-breaking assessment of the role and potential of contemporary jewellery art in the early twenty-first century, based on exchanges between four artists from Oslo and four from Munich.
The project AFTERMATH of art jewellery discusses perspectives on contemporary jewellery art. Numerous artists have been successfully active in this field over the past five decades. Jewellery art has established itself as an independent form of artistic expression. What is required now is to pursue new paths into the future and establish productive connections not only between the jewellery centres, but also beyond the limitations of jewellery. Four artists from the Oslo jewellery scene and four from that of Munich have joined together for this purpose. They are pioneering representatives of the young generation, who distinguish themselves through their own distinct concepts, their unusual choice of materials and their extensive investigation of technical possibilities and skills, thereby exploring concepts for the jewellery of the future.

The Norwegian artist Sigurd Bronger is the initiator of this project. Bronger has chosen seven artists who he regards as promising for the second harvest. The project will culminate in an exhibition and a seminar as part of From the Coolest Corner. Nordic Jewellery in January 2013, and an exhibition in Munich in March 2013.


Text in German and Norwegian as a download.

Artists
Sigurd Bronger (NO) | Norman Weber (DE) | Lisa Walker (NZ/DE) | Reinhold Ziegler (NO) | Stefan Heuser (DE) | Runa Vethal Stølen (NO) | Eunmi Chun (KR/DE) | Ingeborg Resell Elieson (NO)

About the author

André Gali is a Norwegian art critic, photographer, essayist and journalist. He is the editor in chief of KUNSTforum.

Petra Holscher is curator at Die Neue Sammlung - The International Design Museum Munich. Hege Henriksen, is a project manager within art, jewellery and other creative projects; based in Oslo/Norway.
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