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Art is Flowering, Floral Motifs in Jewellery and Contemporary Art

Book  /  ArtistsCataloguesDesignArnoldsche
Published: 09.11.2007
Art is Flowering, Floral Motifs in Jewellery and Contemporary Art.
Matthias Bumiller
Harald Haury
Elisabeth Heine
(et. al.)
Editor:
Cornelie Holzach, Tillman Schempp
Edited by:
Arnoldsche
Edited at:
Stuttgart
Technical data:
192 pages, hardback, 159 colour illustrations, text in German and English, 17 x 24 cm
ISBN / ISSN:
978-3-89790-277-0
Price: 
from $40.85
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Intro
A sumptuously illustrated interdisciplinary book on flowers that - far from kitsch and cliché - makes the historical and contemporary cultural significance of bloom and blossom a treat for the senses.

Remarks

Contemporary jewellery-makers (a selection)
Gijs Bakker, Iris Bodemer, Helen Britton, Georg Dobler, Iris Eichenberg, Ute Eitzenhöfer, Anna Heindl, Winfried Krüger, Birgit Laken, Wolfgang Lieglein, Renata de Medico, Nanna Melland, Iris Nieuwenburg, Annelies Planteijdt, Katja Prins, Marianne Schliwinski, Bettina Speckner, Detlef Thomas


Contemporary artists (a selection)
Kutlug Ataman, Bei Ning, Katya Bonnenfant, Regula Dettwiler, Nathalia Edenmont, Joachim Fleischer, Katie Holten, Stefan Kunze, Eva-Christina Meier, Peter Rösel, Stefan Sehler, Luzia Simons, Alain Sonneville & Pierre-Claude De Castro, Keiko Takahashi & Shinji Sasada, Christine Ulm


Authors
Matthias Bumiller, artist and journalist
Harald Haury, historian and theologian
Elisabeth Heine, curator and artist
Cornelie Holzach, Director, Pforzheim Jewellery Museum
Jean-Baptiste Joly, Director, Akademie Schloss Solitude
Beate Rygiert, writer and literary historian
Bettina Schönfelder, art historian 

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