Daniel Kruger: Between Nature and Artifice. Jewellery 1974-2014
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.Gioielli in...fermento 2014
A catalogue featuring all the selected works in Gioielli in...Fermento 2014. The book highlights the aim of the project and the theme of this year, and shows the pieces selected together with a brief description by the artists.Karl Fritsch: Ninkern
Yes, of course the ring wants to be beautiful. The technique also wants to be beautiful, and most often it’s the idea that wants to be the most beautiful. But sometimes a piece likes nothing better than to sit in the mud and not give a damn about how it looks. If it is exactly what it wants to be in a given moment, it is precise, perfect and the most beautiful.WUNDERRÜMA
WUNDERRUMA is an exhibition curated by Karl Fritsch and Warwick Freeman in response to an invitation from Wolfgang Lösche, the director of Galerie Handwerk in Munich, to assemble an exhibition of New Zealand contemporary jewellery for showing at the gallery during Schmuck in March 2014.CH2=C(CH3)C(=O)OCH3 Art Edition
Special edition of CH2=C(CH3)C(=O)OCH3 enclosures and other TN’s with snakeskin cover. Every book has a unique piece of jewellery made from aluminium and a yellow string. Limited edition, including jewellery piece of 187 copies signed by Ted Noten.