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Open Space - Mind Maps

Open Space - Mind Maps

Positions in Contemporary Jewellery

Edited by Ellen Maurer Zilioli
By (author) Inger Wästberg
By (author) Philip Warkander
By (author) Berndt Arell

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  • Art jewellery at its finest, stunning pieces by renowned artists
  • Accompanies the exhibition Open Space - Mind Maps at the Nationalmuseum Design at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm (SE), March 11th - May 15th, 2016
Full Description
Open Space - Mind Maps pursues the current development in art jewellery that is positioned far from the merely decorative in the aesthetic and artistic discourse of our era. Thirty international artists present their works in this publication, which is arranged thematically by the buzzwords inhabiting current trends, such as the nomadic aspect and the tendency towards narrative imagery to provocation that infringes on boundaries and to the poetic imagination in jewellery. All these facets as open-ended chapters illustrate the iconographic focus of each of these protagonists from across the world. Contents: Berndt Arell: Foreword; Ellen Maurer Zilioli: Open Space - Mind Maps. Positions in contemporary jewellery; Inger Wästberg: The Swedish Perspective; Philip Warkander: Art Jewellery. A reflection on terminology; Catalogue; Appendix; Artists' biographies; Authors' biographies
About the Author
Dr Ellen Maurer Zilioli writer, curator, gallerist. 1998-2005 Curator at the Neue Sammlung - The International Design Museum Munich. 2000-05 Member of the Council of the Deutschlandportal of the Federal Republic of Germany. Since August 2005 has lived in Italy and Munich. Since 2007 member of the Academic Council of the Fondazione Martinazzi, Turin. 2008 Founded the Associazione Culturale Maurer Zilioli - Contemporary Arts, based and with gallery in Brescia, Italy. 2014 opened own gallery in Munich. Publications and projects in Germany and abroad. www.maurer-zilioli.com
Specifications
Publisher
Arnoldsche Art Publishers
ISBN
9783897904637
Published
16th Mar 2016
Binding
Hardback
Size
260 mm x 175 mm
Pages
208 Pages
Illustrations
150 color, b&w
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