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  • GOLD IN FORM III

    March 07, 2014

    Marc Monzó, Sun Pendant, gold foil, 0.08 mm.

    The oldest gold objects, found during excavations in Bulgaria, are 6500 years old. To date, 170,000 tons of gold have been mined, two thirds of it since 1950. With about 2800 tons of mined gold per year, the…More →

  • GOLD IN FORM II

    March 05, 2014

    Bettina Dittlmann & Michael Jank, Fürimmerring, Fine gold. Photo Michael Jank.

    The need for “good gold”, environmentally friendly and fair-traded, is growing. The ART AUREA spring issue 1-2014 contains an exciting analysis of these pressing problems. It is now available at <>leading galleries and…More →

  • BY NOA GMBH IN STEIN AM RHEIN

    March 04, 2014

    Natalie Ortner’s by noa boutique

    Natalie Ortner has presented contemporary craftworks and artworks, primarily in the genre of ceramic, at her by noa boutique in Stein am Rhein since September 2013. She also organizes by noa workshops for…More →

  • Gold in Form I

    February 26, 2014

    Gold in jewelry art. Carl Dau. Between the finger ring.

    Bright as the sun, easily deformable, seemingly everlasting. Gold is a symbol of the divine, of power and wealth. The first edition of Art Aurea 2014 is dedicated to gold in visual arts, in jewelry, in jewelry…More →

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  • Günter Matten – Genuine golden firelight

    February 25, 2014

    Fireplace With golden doors. Design Günter Matten/Dieter Silling. Photos Katrin Neumann.

    The fireplaces that Günter Matten has been building since 1978 develop in “aesthetically gentle treatment of the exciting element fire.”
    The award-winning metal worker with several national and design prizes to his name believes…More →

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  • MARIANNE HELLER GALLERY: INTERPLAY

    February 12, 2014

    Poetry for rooms: Suku Park, Rain, 2013.

    The Englishmen Ken Eastman (born 1960) and Suku Park (born 1947), who works in South Korea and Finland, are two stars of the international ceramic scene. Ken Eastman steadily evolves his pieces, which always…More →

  • ART AUREA PARTNERS

    February 11, 2014

    Featuring artistically demanding products created by outstanding designers, artists and manufactories, the ART AUREA magazine intends to promote objects of lasting cultural value, designed for those who…More →

  • INHORGENTA PREVIEW 12

    February 11, 2014

    Rahel Fiebelkorn, Brooch Spindel, silver, steel, rose quartz.

    RAHEL FIEBELKORN

    Cultural notions of femininity inspire Rahel Fiebelkorn’s Spindeln (Spindles) brooches, earrings and necklaces. She recently added gemstones to her list of ingredients, which already included yarn…More →

  • INHORGENTA PREVIEW 11

    February 10, 2014

    Earrings Méridien de Perle, palladium white gold 750, Tahiti pearls, Ø 8,5mm.

    TANJA FRIEDRICHS: EXCITEMENT AND FLOWING LIGHT

    Flowing reflections are Tanja Friedrichs’ trademark. She first discovered classical gallery wire for her Reine Zierde (Pure Adornment) collection in 2006. Prior to that year, gallery wire and …More →

  • INHORGENTA PREVIEW 10

    February 07, 2014

    Oliver Schmidt, Libellen, earrings and bangle, 2002, 750 yellow gold. Photo Matthias Hoffmann.

    JUNI: VISIBLE PRESENCE

    Elegantly embraced, firmly held, lightly afloat: that’s the pearl’s place in Claudia Geiger’s new ring. Shaped like a figure-of-eight, her Perl_Ring is a statement of visible presence. It also comes…More →