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Chroma: Jewels from 6 European jewellery schools

Exhibition  /  10 Nov 2005  -  19 Nov 2005
Published: 02.02.2007
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Free interpretations of the idea of colour in jewels are shown in this exhibition,
which have been experimented and have come into being inside six important istitutions for the jewellery professional training in Europe.

The jewel as research has increased the possibility of enriching them with “colour”, not only using gems or enamel, but also a wide range of materials and superficial decoration techniques, providing a chromatic identity. The colours then ( but the non-colours too) sometimes assume a symbolic value, a net of references and reflections.

These European students’ works offer a many-sided spectrum of the numerous professional courses outcomes as well as of the methods applied by each chosen school.

The exhibition is therefore an important chance of fertile get-togethers and exchange of ideas, suggestions, orientations about the research and the high-quality professional training in the jewellery creation field.
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Kristen Bak. : Untitled. Kristen Bak
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Yuki Kamiya. : Untitled. Yuki Kamiya
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V. Morjaria. : Untitled. V. Morjaria
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Adam Yszkowki. : Untitled. Adam Yszkowki
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Tanel Veenre. : Untitled. Tanel Veenre
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