Jewellery should be inspired by anything but jewellery. Saskia van Es JOYA 2021 Jury Member interviewed by Klimt02

Interview  /  Fairs   CriticalThinking   Curating
Published: 28.05.2021
Paul Adie. Ring: Mother, 2019. Silver, aluminium, paint.. Image Courtesy Galerie Rob Koudijs Amsterdam.. Paul Adie
Ring: Mother, 2019
Silver, aluminium, paint.
Image Courtesy Galerie Rob Koudijs Amsterdam.
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JOYA Barcelona, the main art jewelry and art object event in Spain will celebrate its 13th edition this year focussing on the subject of Alchemy:
This antique discipline of doctrine and experimentation of chemical phenomena analyses the transmutation of metals, the elixir of life, and the search for stone philosophers. The Alchemy is also related to secret methods, the elixir of immortality, the creation of panaceas able to cure any disease; and to development of a universal solvent.
In this second interview of three, we spoke to Jury Member Saskia van Es, an art historian writing on contemporary jewellery and fascinated by materials.