|1985||Gallery for Jewelry + Objects, Berlin|
|1993||Atelier für Schmuckgestaltung, Berlin|
|1999–2012||Organizer and curator of the INVENT – Schmuck der Gegenwart (Contemporary Jewelry) exhibition|
While characterized by clear-cut shapes, the jewelry designed by Beate Brinkmann also present themselves as exciting, sophisticated and unusual. The insert collection features navette, round or square cut gemstones or pearls encircled by the bold arch of a golden ring band. Thus partly hidden, the precious stone has something magical, ambiguous and mysterious about it. The design’s aesthetics appear so natural that the design already counts among the classics of modern jewelry. The expressive rings, neckpieces and bangles from the Endless collection are composed of geometric wires of gold or silver or a combination of both metals. The sculptural form of the hoops and bangles is continuously altered by the wearer’s movement.