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Goldmuseum Taipei - Metal Crafts Competition 2018.
Goldschmitte.

Exhibition in Print: Repair and Renewal

Exhibition  /  08 Nov 2017  -  25 Nov 2017
Published: 27.09.2017
Minna Karhu. Object: Unfold, 2017. Metal roof panel, 24k gold lead, silver, and steel. Minna Karhu
Object: Unfold, 2017
Metal roof panel, 24k gold lead, silver, and steel
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Intro
The Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) is pleased to have Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA showcase outstanding metal artworks by over 20 artists from Metalsmith magazine’s 2017 Exhibition in Print. The artwork is on view September 8-November 25, 2017

Artist list

Shuoyuan Bai, Lynn Batchelder, Akiceri Carrillo, Cappy Counard, Chuzhan Du, Anja Eichler, Anne Fiala, Juan Harnie, Minna Karhu, Joshua Kosker, Keith A. Lewis, Deborah Lozier, Brooke Marks-Swanson, Bruce Metcalf, Sarah O'Hana, Sarah Perkins, Hester Popma-van de Kolk, Sharon Portelance, Elizabeth Shaw, Caitlin Skelcey, Karen Vanmol
As an annual feature of Metalsmith magazine, the 2017 Exhibition in Print focuses on the metalwork tradition and the capacity for restoration by highlighting artists from across the United States as well as Germany, Belgium, and Finland. The exhibiting artists in this companion exhibition give renewed life to objects and materials through innovative art expression rooted in traditional metalsmithing mediums such as silver, copper, and gold, and nontraditional found objects such as horsehair, syringes, soap, and credit cards. Besides prolonging the life of the object, the act of repair also speaks to our yearning to make things right and to make things whole again.

Curated by Stuart Kestenbaum, Maine’s poet laureate and an honorary fellow of the American Craft Council, Exhibition in Print: Repair and Renewal features jewelry, sculpture and non-traditional wearable objects by emerging and established metalsmithing professionals and exposes the public to a variety of techniques and mediums.

Learn more about the Exhibition in Print publication.
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