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Insight into Nebula. Ruudt Peters Interviewed by Marley White
Jewelry to Reflect the Spirit of Mutual Respect, Gender Proudness, and Equality. Interview with Dian Chen by Klimt02
Jewelry Gives People far More than just Visual Enjoyment. Interview with Qiang Li by Klimt02
Through my publishing work I have forged close ties to contemporary art jewellery. About Market. Interview with Dirk All...
Sensual Appearance and Technical Perfectionism are Equally Important. Interview with Maija Vitola by Klimt02
A Jewelful Fall in Paris. Interview with Brune Boyer, Dominique Forest, Solange Thierry de Saint-Rapt and Elsa Vanier by...
I Look Forward to More People Holding an Attitude of Curiosity. Interview with Zhi Ying by Klimt02
Contemporary Jewelry for Me is like a Language. Yajing Yao interviewed with Klimt02
We buy with our Heart and Feelings. About Collecting. Interview with Jeldrik Oorthuys
Critical Self-Appraisal is an Absolute Must in all Areas of our Society. About Critique. Interview with Christianne Webe...
Ivan Dobren interviewed by 18Karat Studio + Gallery
18Karat Studio + Gallery
I Believe That We Lack Education And Market Spaces. Rita Soto interviewed by Klimt02
A Mental Shift has to Take Place. Rudolf Maximilian Becker interviewed by Christoph Ziegler
I think Networking is The New Norm. Philip Noakes interviewed by Klimt02
The Boundaries Between Different Genres are Becoming More and More Diffuse. Philipp Spillmann interviewed by Klimt02
I Think There is a Wide Gap Between the Maker and the Consumer. Hee-ang Kim interviewed by Klimt02
Effort, Time, and Money are Required to be Invested to Create a Market. Interview with Michele Vitucci and Keiko Tanaka ...
In India, The Learning Process of Metalwork And Jewellery Making is Still Carried Out in a Traditional Way. Meghan Salga...
The World Needs Greater Solidarity Than Ever. Yukiko Kakimoto interviewed by Klimt02
Criticism For Jewellery Should Not Copy Art Criticism. About Critique. Interview with Ellen Maurer-Zilioli
In Terms Of Contemporary Jewellery, I See a Growing Market. Taibe Palacios interviewed by Klimt02
I Think I Am Part Of The Old School Aesthetic. Selen Özus interviewed by Klimt02
I Begin To See Objects As Jewellery. Nicole Baert interviewed by Klimt02
I've Always Been Triggered By Art. May Gañán interviewed by Klimt02
My Work Is An Organic Process, I Don't Think Using Technology Would Allow That Freedom. Faye Hall interviewed by Klimt02
I Wish That Jewellery Could Be Seen More As An Agent With Social And Civic Impact. Roberta Bernabei, Joya 2020 Jury Memb...
I let these objects live their own life. Malgorzata Kalinska won the Overseas Division Prize at The Japan Jewellery Comp...
I am Not Superior Over The Artwork. About Critique. Interview with Saskia Kolff - van Es
Technology Definitely Helps Me a Lot During The Making Process. Yajie Hu interviewed by Klimt02
Mathematics Now Influences My Making Process. Ana Margarida Carvalho interviewed by Klimt02
Contemporary Jewelry Occupies a Significant Place in Contemporary Art. Thierry Bontridder interviewed by Klimt02
My path respects the traditional practice but allows for infinite curiosity. Farzaneh Nozari interviewed by Klimt02
Encounters Between Body, Metal, And Fabrics Captivates me. Omri Goren interviewed by Klimt02
I Feel Like There is a Standard of How Contemporary Jewellery Should Look Like. Koen Jacobs interviewed by Klimt02
I do Not Pretend to be an Artist, I Should Say I am a Creating Craftsman. Alain Roggeman interviewed by Klimt02
My Work is Textile-based, Which Universally Connects all Cultures. Catherine Buddle interviewed by Klimt02
The Boundaries Between Craft and Art Have Become Blurred in Line with The Shocks of Various Cultures. Youjin Um intervie...
JOYA Can Surprise, Fascinate, Encourage and Move. Paul Derrez, Joya 2020 Jury Member interviewed by Klimt02
We Continue in Our Constant Evolution. Interview with Paulo Ribeiro and his Team, Organizers of the JOYA Art Jewellery a...
You Have Your Whole Life to Make Something Beautiful, Why Not go Crazy Now. Yue Tong interviewed by Klimt02
In my Notebooks the Sign was Born as Graphic Elaboration of a Noise, a Sound, a Word. Carla Riccoboni Guest of the Flore...
Technology Can Never be the Starting Point for New Work. Ruudt Peters, Joya 2020 Jury Member interviewed by Klimt02
Good or bad those experiences made me the maker I am. Gretal Ferguson interviewed by Klimt02
I Hope to Open a Little Window Into my own Creative Thinking. Nora Kovats interviewed by Klimt02
How to Preserve Scents. Smelling Jewels by Chia-Hsien Lin, one of The Winners of Preziosa Young 2020
I am one of the creatives who miss critique. About Critique. Interview with Susan Pietzsch from Schmuck2
I am very led by my materials during the design process. Jed Green interviewed by Klimt02
My works act as the medium for communication between myself and the outside world. Yuanzheng Yang interviewd by Klimt02
Identity is a mystical and formless thing. Elwy Schutten, one of the winners of Preziosa Young 2020
Crossing Paths with Contemporary Jewellery has given me the Chance to Return to the World of Art. Kazumi Nagano guest of...
Art Criticism Alters the Public's Perception of Aesthetics. About Critique. Interview with Eva Eisler
Modern Classicist at Schmuck 2020. Robert Baines interviewed by Klimt02
The piece travels from the creator to the public to find a receiver. Lily Kanellopoulou interviewed by Klimt02
Technics and technology is the bridge that connects the idea and realization. Miao He interviewed by Klimt02
The work will have my ideas, aesthetics, cognition, feelings during the making process. Yonghui Duan interviewed by Klim...
I Strive for a Higher Logical Level in Education. About Critique. Interview with Manuel Vilhena
All of my works begin with a long thinking and dreaming process. Deniz Turan interviewed by Klimt02
I would like to show the various thoughts through the jewelry, including new rules and orders from the dismantling and r...
Remain Open for Impulses to Define Your Own. About Critique. Interview with Julia Wild
You have to stay true to your roots. Chequita Nahar interviewed by Nina Gassauer
Contemporary jewelry should not be a final answer to a question, but an open ending. Zihan Yang interviewed by Klimt02
Masters of the Crafts. Angela Böck on EXEMPLA in Munich
Creativity always comes from a character. Esther Heite, winner of Klimt02 JPlus Emerging Talent Award 2019, interviewed ...
If you see my works in the past years, they are actually non-regional and boundless. Molly Wang interviewed by Klimt02
I think jewellery comes to life when you are able to see the person behind it and not a machine. Nanna Obel interviewed ...
I Want to do Something That Used Both my Head and my Hands together. Harold O'Connor interviewed by Florida Society of G...
Florida Society of Goldsmiths
The idea of learning new things still excites me. Danni Xu interviewed by Klimt02
Jewellery needs a theoretical discourse. An Interview with Susanne Hammer on Austrianfashion.net
Being Critical Is About Making Choices. About Critique. Interview with Nichka Marobin
What Lies Beyond. A talk with Gigi Mariani on his exhibition Beyond the Black at Hannah Gallery in Barcelona
I see jewelry as a tangible media more than a solemn object. Myung Urso interviewed by Klimt02
My creative work arises from the immediate world around me. Hebe Argentieri interviewed by Klimt02
Technology fascinates me. Antoaneta Ivanova interviewed by Klimt02
These local, daily interactions underpin my work, bathing me in beauty and life, supporting me in communicating themes w...
My works are always motivated by the love coming from inside me. Yukiko Kakimoto interviewed by Klimt02
Creating Jewellery for People, With People. Jean-Pierre Gauvreau interviewed by 18Karat Studio + Gallery
18Karat Studio + Gallery
If it does not fit the concept, wearability can be overlooked to ensure the artistic idea is fulfilled. Christian Bürge...
Wearing Or Making Jewellery Is Democratic. About Critique. Interview with Barbara Schmidt
The development of the contemporary jewellery is just the process of exploring its definition. Yunqi Zhang interviewed b...
I started making Jewellery because I wanted to extract the aspect of ornament freed from architectural context. Fumiko ...
A found object can often speak to me and challenge me to find a way to incorporate it into a work. C. James Meyer interv...
I do not make my jewellery with someone particular in mind, I make it because I simply feel the urge to do it. Floor Max...
The body is always central to my practice as I believe that the body can be translated into a cultural landscape. Joani ...
The respect for traditional culture and the eagerness to seek a new form of expression have led me to the present. Xinia...
Yes, we like the design, but does it feel good on the body? Interview with Ivan Barnett from Patina Gallery
Everyday experiences and activities serve as a starting point for her creations. Sara Chyan interviewed by Art Habens
Every Activity Takes Jewellery Out Into the World and Brings New People Into the Gallery. Interview with Marie-José van...
Weaving a jewellery community from Togo to Toronto. Patrick Missodey interviewed by 18Karat Studio + Gallery
18Karat Studio + Gallery
I work with recycled materials, making planet greener one jewel at the time. Agne Zaltauskaite interviewed by Klimt02
Who wants to be educated? That goes too far for me. Interview with Isabella Hund from Galerie Isabella Hund
Material Dignity in the Art of Gabriele Kutschera. An Interview at Radio FRO
Wood is my "imprinting" , so materials and design are connected in my way of working. Simone Frabboni interviewed by Kli...
I began to realize that the way I think and the mentality of my works are absolutely coherent with my identity as a Chin...
Through my jewellery I feel the responsibility and the need to reflect on social events, politic facts, or even caricatu...
I always believe that the warmth of handwork can't be replaced by any mechanical production. Zhihan Liu interviewed by K...
Not all is contemporary jewelry. Interview with Noel Guyomarc'h from Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h
Handmade is not an only technic for me is more like a research. Yujia Gao interviewed by Klimt02
My creative process is playful, full of amazement, joy. Francine Schloeth interviewed by Klimt02
In my work I always look for that hand made look, and obvious traces of every step on the creation of the piece. Raquel ...
I believe in the making is thinking. Tingting Chen interviewed by Klimt02
It's very important to determine where on the body it adds the most value. Els Vansteelandt interviewed by Klimt02
I therefore not only investigate its visual qualities but also explore it as a usable material. Yajie Hu interviewed by ...
Sara Barbanti, Joya 2019 Jury Member interviewed by Klimt02
Carolin Denter (et al.)
My work is not taxidermy nor are animals yet they have a sense of the creature about them, a feeling of the unknown. Ann...
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