Schmuck

I had a very exciting and full on few days  in Munich last weekend, where I went to the international jewellery fair Schmuck and as many of the fringe exhibitions as I could cram in! I had the pleasure of seeing some truly incredible art jewellery, meeting some lovely people and also learning a lot about the industry. There were some fun and well thought out exhibitions, such as Helen Brittons ghost train, Dialogue Collective presenting their Jack the Ripper inspired jewellery to the viewer as if it were forensic evidence and the MAD faculty of Hasselt University displaying their work on their backs as a mobile exhibition. It’s hard to pick favourites as there was a wealth of beautiful, clever and inspiring work on display but above are a few of my highlights from the weekend.

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