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The 40th Anniversary of the Aaron Faber Gallery

Exhibition  /  01 Oct 2014  -  01 Nov 2014
Published: 01.10.2014
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Intro
The gallery is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a group exibition. Aaron Faber Gallery was founded in 1974 to present the work of studio jewelers, those artists creating one-of-a-kind jewels that are inspired by creativity and originality, made in the artist’s studio and imbued with the artist’s spirit, concept and style.

Artist list

Glenda Arentzen, Élise Bergeron, Marco Borghesi, Michael Boyd, Claude Chavent, Devta Doolan, Roland Dubuc, Arata Fuchi, Michael Good, Barbara Heinrich, Lucie Heskett-Brem, Angela Hubel, Janis Kerman, Rebekah Laskin, Sydney Lynch, Enric Majoral, Paolo Marcolongo, Brooke Marks-Swanson, Tom & Jutta Munsteiner, Harold O’connor, Tod Pardon, Earl Pardon, So Young Park, Claudio Pino, Linda Kindler Priest, Ginny Whitney, Peter Schmid/Atelier Zobel.
Aaron Faber Gallery was founded in 1974 to present the work of studio jewelers, those artists creating one-of-a-kind jewels that are inspired by creativity and originality, made in the artist’s studio and imbued with the artist’s spirit, concept and style.
The gallery, owned by Edward and Patricia Faber is located on West 53rd Street down the block from the Museum of Modern Art, where its contemporary interior is the backdrop for changing exhibitions by studio jewelers as well as permanent collections by the gallery’s artist group.

October 2014 marks the fortieth anniversary of Aaron Faber Gallery, the Fifth Avenue institution that has been gateway for so many studio jewelry artists to develop a strong customer following. From conventional designers such as David Yurman, Tadashi Wada, and Barbara Heinrich, to the unconventional designs of Earl Pardon, Atelier Zobel, Paolo Marcolongo, and Claudio Pino, each carry ties to Aaron Faber as part of their success.

Since its early days as a 400-square-foot booth on West 47th Street, representing everything from sterling silver shrimp forks from Phebe Allen Blake to sterling silver, bronzed and feathered wall art from Janis Nathan, Aaron Faber Gallery has evolved into a large, Fifth Avenue showroom where people can gain knowledge, insight and a sophisticated, curated understanding into the trends of design and style in jewelry and watches over the last 100 years.
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