The Gewerbe Museum, in Winterthur, Switzerland, is currently holding the exhibition Feathers – warmth, seduction, flight. Light is shed on the ingenious versatility of feathers, their use as cultural objects, their current significance in the realms of design, art and pop culture and how feathers can serve as a starting point for considering particular aspects of the…
The International Design Exhibition is held from the 8th to the 16th of October, at the Incheon National University, and presents the most recent researches on creative work. A catalogue will be published on this occasion.
BOOM BOOM GEM is an exhibition dedicated to celebration and curated by the German collective Astonish. The show is currently presented at the Galerie Hannah Rembeck, in Germany, from the 19th of September to the 2nd of October.
The team of contemporary jewellery artists Astonish, from Germany, is organizing its new touring exhibition, BOOM BOOM GEM, dedicated to celebration. On this occasion, artists working on the topic were invited to join them. The show will be part of the Munich Jewellery Week, from the 11th to the 15th of March.
Thrilled to be currently part of the exhibition Feathers – warmth, seduction, flight, at the Gerwerbe Museum in Switzerland. My Parrot Devotees are being shown there, among stunning pieces, until the 6th of June 2020.
On the 26th of November, I will be holding an artist talk together with François-Xavier Richard, at the Noguchi Museum of New York, as part of the partnership between the Villa Kujoyama, the cultural services of the French Embassy of the US and the Noguchi Museum.
As part of the New York City Jewelry Week, I am currently exhibiting , together with Lore Langendries, Märta Mattsson and Jelizaveta Suska in the beautiful floral studio design fleursBELLA, in Manhattan. The exhibition will last until the 22nd of November.
Thrilled to be currently part of Body Control, a show at the boundaries between jewellery, fashion and human body, curated by Anne-Karlijn van Kesteren. On display until late January 2020 at the Museum Arnhem, it is part also of Obsessed! Jewellery Festival.
The Sangtu just received a “Winner Award” at the Cheongju International Craft Competition 2019, South Korea. The topknot ornament had been made in Seoul the previous year, using mother of pearl and Korean natural lacquer.
Currently part of the exhibition WERT/voll, displayed in the iconic room of the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts. The show, curated by Loukia Richards and Christoph Ziegler, runs until the 3rd of November. (Photo: Anja Matzker)