Videoblog from the vernissage at Museum Villa Stuck

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Photo & video: Viviana D’Angelo


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The exhibition opening - AFTERMATH of art jewellery at the Vigeland Museum

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Photo: André Gali


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Soon to be launched: The book AFTERMATH OF ART JEWELLERY

Should jewellery be considered art, design or merely decoration? What is the relation between art jewellery and contemporary art? How does the future look for art jewellery? These are some of the questions AFTERMATH OF ART JEWELLERY tries to answer.

The project AFTERMATH of Art Jewellery includes an exhibition and a book showcasing the works of eight internationally recognized and up-and-coming jewellery artists. In the book André Gali (editor of Kunstforum) presents and interviews each artist and Petra Hölscher (senior curator at Pinakotek der Moderne) positions them in the context of the history of art jewellery. With a project title inspired by the Rolling Stones’ breakthrough album (1966), we want to get stones rolling...

The book is published by the renowned German publishers ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers.
We give a special thank you to Marion Boschka, André Gali and Petra Hölscher for a productive collaboration during this book project. The book can be bought at The Vigeland Museum, Galleri Format OSLO or directly from AFTERMATH.


AFTERMATH OF ART JEWELLERY
Hege Henriksen (ed.)
Dr. Petra Hölscher | Andrè Gali
ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers


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Read about two of the AFTERMATH artists in Norwegian Crafts interview:
Gravity, hybrids and internal organs

In connection with the exhibition From the Coolest Corner – Nordic Jewellery, NorwegianCrafts.no invited Reinhold Ziegler, Heidi Sand and Ingeborg Resell Elieson to discuss jewellery.



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Read about Eun Mi Chun in Personae Magasin nr. 3-4, 2012

Eun Mi Chun is of Korean origin and combines the Asian attention to detail and delicate craft with the conceptual direction of Europe. She makes animal figures out of human hair and the dried intestinal skin of animals.



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