Atoms & Bytes at Bellevue Arts Museum features Doug Bucci + Emily Cobb

Curated by Jennifer Nawa Milliken, Atoms + Bytes: Redefining Craft in the Digital Age will showcase works by 30 international makers including Doug Bucci and Emily Cobb (above) – situated at the intersection of the digital and the analogue worlds. These artists, craftspeople, and designers excel in material practices that span millennia of craft traditions, while…

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SCHMUCK ’16 | February 24 – March 1 | Events and exhibition

The focus of Munich Jewelry Week is SCHMUCK, the 50 year old exhibition at the Munich International Skilled Trades Fair. This exhibition, called Schmuck has been taking place for 50 years.For 50 years this exhibition has combined works of selected established artists and promising newcomers in the area of contemporary jewelry design and is the meeting place for…

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Melanie Bilenker in HAIR! at Centraal Museum, Utrecht through May 29

Male might, female seduction: ‘hair’ winds its way through history like a connecting thread. Human hair is incorporated into jewellery and fashion, is used for artworks and installations, and is found in a diversity of forms – especially on the body itself. Hair is an intriguing and controversial subject for us, especially since it is…

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ArtDaily highlights YUMI JANAIRO ROTH’S PULSE presentation

FROM ART DAILY February 16, 2016 NEW YORK, NY.- PULSE Contemporary Art Fair returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion, March 3–6, 2016 for the eleventh edition of PULSE New York. Welcoming an international community of 45 galleries across four continents, PULSE New York will present a number of solo artist presentations, all nominated for the PULSE Prize, a…

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Gesine Hackenberg in AT YOUR SERVICE

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft  is pleased to present At Your Service, an exhibition that examines the plate as a cultural touchstone beyond its everyday utility and includes the work of gallery artist Gesine Hackenberg. Whether serving as the canvas for a large-scale painting, cast into three-dimensional sculptures, or transformed into willow patterned jewelry, the plates of At Your…

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Lauren Kalman in Time + Space at the Bemis Center

Since 1981, the Bemis Center has provided artists with time and space to produce new work and take creative risks. In this yearlong rotating exhibition, they celebrate thirty-five years of supporting artists from around the world. Time + Space features artwork from multiple generations of artists-in-residence and archival materials that reflect the rich history of our location in…

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Melanie Bilenker in NOW FOR TOMORROW at Nottingham Castle

When Nottingham Castle first opened as the ‘Midland Counties Art Museum’ in 1878, it began straightaway to collect art and craft by artists living and working at that time. Work was drawn together from near and far, including the 1878 Paris Exhibition, in order to inspire and delight local people. This approach to collecting the art…

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LITTLE DREAMS IN GLASS AND METAL at LA’s CAFAM | includes by Jamie Bennett and Barbara Seidenath

Organized by the Los Angeles-based Enamel Arts Foundation, Little Dreams in Glass and Metalis the first nationally traveling exhibition in more than fifty years to survey the dynamic field of enameling. The exhibition includes approximately 120 significant works from the foundation’s collection—from wearable jewelry to large enamel-on-steel wall panels—and explores the history of enameling in this…

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Carina Shoshtary, finalist for Emerging Artist Award

Congratulations to Carina Shoshtary, one of five finalists for Art Jewelry Forum’s Emerging Artist Award. Learn more about Carina Shoshtary in her interview with Art Jewelry Forum. AJF asked this year’s five young 2016 Artist Award finalists to tell them about their backgrounds and their thoughts on the future of the art jewelry field. Their work represents…

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Lauren Kalman in THE ARTIFICE

LAUREN KALMAN: PLEASURE AND PAIN IN GOLD …Her visual training and influences started at a young age. She later stated choosing the body as a subject was a “logical transition”  due to her previous studies as a metal-smith. In the same interview she explained her MFA training plays a large role in her current work, due…

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