Curated by writer Bella Neyman and SP artist Ruta Reifen, WEAR IT LOUD runs through October 16 at Reinstein Ross in NYC. SP is thrilled that two of our artists were asked to be a part, Lola Brooks and Anya Kivarkis “There’s a great interest in the category, and our goal is to reach a…Details
Barbara Nessim: An Artful Life from Bard Graduate Center on Vimeo.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Coveted Objects, artist Lauren Kalman will speak at Cranbrook Museum of Art on September 12, 2014 at 6pm. Coveted Objects, the first solo exhibition in Michigan by the Detroit-based artist and metalsmith Lauren Kalman, explores issues of taste and desire that inform our sensibilities towards the body and design objects. The…Details
The Newark Museum under Chief Curator Ulysses Grant Dietz has acquired gallery artist Biba Schutz‘s necklace, Midnight, from her recent exhibition, HALF FULL. You can view the exhibition here.
This week the New York Times reviewed the Museum of Art and Design’s MULTIPLE EXPOSURES, curated by Ursula Ilse-Neuman, with a shout out to Lauren Kalman and many other great artists. On the heels of heavy criticism for MAD’s current exhibition NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial, critic Martha Schwender writes of Multiple Exposures: “…much here shows what can…Details
Thanks Boston Globe for choosing Lauren Fensterstock’s exhibition at our space in the MASS MoCA complex a “must see” for this week! Learn more about Sienna Patti Contemporary at IAPDetails
“Startlingly tattooed, Rachel Timmins is a living exhibit, a brave affirmation of adornment.” Learn more about Rachel, her work and a Brit’s view of American Jewelry in issue #249 of CRAFT. Here at the gallery we show Rachel’s Rapid Produce necklaces, below.Details
JUDGING A BOOK BY ITS COVER An Interview with Sondra Sherman on Her Most Recent Body of Work, Found Subjects Céline Browning Flipping through the pages of Sondra Sherman’s catalog for her most recent body of work, Found Subjects, readers are greeted by a wide variety of jewelry, nestled into the pages of books taken…Details
Helen Britton the Australian-born jeweler, photographer, writer, and collector, is eloquent in each of her talents and obsessions. Invariably, her own words are the best guide to her work. “Making jewelry,” she says, “I play out tensions and beautiful collisions in a small complex space, building miniature theatrical landscapes and emotional responses to the material world.” Britton’s materials…Details
We are proud to announce that the Corning Museum of Glass has recently acquired Biba Schutz‘s Black Magic necklace (pictured) for the museum’s collection. Founded in 1951 CMOG is the most comprehensive and celebrated glass collection in the world and we are thrilled that Schutz work is in the collection. Awarded an artist residency at Corning in the spring of…Details
New from Arnoldsche: Experimental, unconventional and individual: an irrepressible curiosity and boundless creativity in dealing with materials, forms and techniques are all hallmarks of the work by the jewellery artist Daniel Kruger. The current publication documents the contemporaneity of the diverse possibilities of his expression and opens up a pictorial world of aesthetic pleasure. Very…Details