Bernhard Schobinger: The Rings of Saturn
A book that gives an overview of the rings created by Bernhard Schobinger over the last forty-five years. The artist used this type of piece as a way to express political and artistic issues, expanding the jewellery field beyond wearability and value.Winfried Krüger: No Title
A monograph that shows in retrospective the work of Winfried Krüger from the last twenty years and the development of his own unique jewellery language. The artist has been moving freely and skillfully between jewellery, drawing, painting and staging through his career.Estela Sàez: Meet Me There
Estela Sàez is a committed artist with its origins that works with expensive raw materials. Somewhere between the sculpture and the jewellery, the artist invites the viewer to testify all her kind of presences and mental experiences through the pieces. You'll meet the artist, the pieces and yourself by this reading too.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.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.