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I International Biennial of Contemporary Jewellery

Until January 6, it is possible to visit some of the exhibitions of the I International Biennial of Contemporary Jewellery. Divided into several well-known spaces in the city, such as Museu de Tapeçaria, Convento de São Francisco/Fundação Robinson and Biblioteca Municipal, this exhibition presents pieces by...

Until January 6, it is possibl...

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Up Till Here

Galeria Reverso presents the collective exhibition of Portuguese contemporary jewellery Up Till Here, until 18 October.Up Till Here proposes a reflection on contemporary jewellery in Portugal. After celebrating its twentieth anniversary with several exhibitions and lectures (an annual project from 2018 where I collaborated), Reverso...

Galeria Reverso presents the c...

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Contemporary jewellery in Portugal

In the upcoming month of September, a noteworthy group of collectors and devotees of contemporary jewellery will be visiting Lisbon for the release of the first book on the history of contemporary jewellery in Portugal, an effort that is the outcome of a mid-career scholarship...

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Wild at Heart

The pieces of Anna-Karin Karlsson are not for the faint of heart, but rather for “dancing hearts”. Put on heart shaped sunglasses 'cause we gonna take a ride, quoting Lana Del Rey. A two-stop trip or a short coffee break and a quick chat with...

The pieces of Anna-Karin Karls...

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Tanel Veenre

Tanel Veenre is an Estonian jeweller and designer. He was born in Estonia to a family of musicians 1977 and studied at the Estonian Academy of Arts, where he graduated in 2005 after taking part in an exchange program with the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam.This...

Tanel Veenre is an Estonian je...

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Lluís Comín

Lluís Comín (1958) is a Catalonian jeweller who mastered the craft in his father 's studio. Few contemporary jewellers come from a family tradition. In his case, he was fortunate enough to learn the trade with his father and now her daughter Elena is the one learning from him. He perceives himself...

Lluís Comín (1958) is a Cata...

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KORU 6: a triennial of contemporary jewellery

KORU is a triennial of contemporary jewellery that has been a recurring event in Finland for several years now. Already experiencing its the sixth edition, headquartered in Imatra, this international event’s main objective is exhibiting contemporary jewellery at large scale, while bringing together artists, speakers, researchers...

KORU is a triennial of contemp...

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Pedro Sequeira, a multi-artist

Pedro Sequeira is a multi-artist who, despite his young age, has reached maturity in the national and international plateaus, with a work that includes jewellery, sculptures, drawings and photography.His jewels find themselves in contemporary artwork. They are non-functional tiny objects, albeit usable - pieces that...

Pedro Sequeira is a multi-arti...

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Filipe Fonseca: a passion for tiles

Bruno Filipe Fonseca was born in Porto on 8 September 1992.Filipe Fonseca Jewellery is a brand of contemporary jewellery, establishing the bridge between the simplicity of geometry and the identity of culture, the history of his nation’s tradition. This author follows the need of creating,...

Bruno Filipe Fonseca was born ...

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