Established in 1996, Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h exhibits outstanding collections of contemporary jewelry and objects created by Canadian and international artists. It is the only gallery in Canada dedicated specifically to contemporary jewelry.
It has presented over 140 exhibitions in its space, on top of curating traveling ones in galleries and museums in Canada, Europe and the United States. This internationally acclaimed gallery is a must for collectors, museum curators and anyone who wants to discover and become acquainted with art jewelry. Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h promotes emerging and established artists from Canada, United States, Europe and Asia. Regularly invited as a jury and speaker, he is also an appraiser for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Chairman of the Board of Directors from 2004 to 2011 of the Montreal School of Jewelry, he has been leading successful creative workshops since 2010 an is a member of numerous national and international associations.
With its wide range of collections and exhibitions, the gallery encourages visitors to see jewelry in a new light. Much more than simple decorative objects, contemporary jewelry is created as a result of research and reflection relating to form and content as well as experimentation and concept.
During the International Craft Fair in Munich, which was canceled on March 2 due to the Corona virus, the gallery wanted to present works by Aurélie Guillaume, Paul Adie, Brooke Marks-Swanson, Bruce Metcalf, Gabrielle Desmarais, Kazumi Nagano, Pamela Ritchie, Paul McClure, Silke Spitzer, Silvia Walz and Silvie Altschuler.
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