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SARA BARMANTI, Italy

The research is based on the relation between different materials and on how they can converse and enhance each other. The contrast is essential, organic shapes combined with simple figures, poor mate…
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MAREUNROL’S, Latvia

Created in 2006, MAREUNROL’S is an internationally recognized Latvian fashion brand. Its founders are fashion designers Mārīte Mastiņa – Pēterkopa and Rolands Pēterkops. MAREUNROLR…
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VALDIS BROŽE, Latvia

As far as Valdis Brože remembers himself, he always bended pieces of wire into small rings and gave as gifts to his mother. He had no doubt he was going to be a jeweller. Valdis Brože works with gol…
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TANEL VEENRE, Estonia

“Every day I finish my job, I say thank you to my hands. It is important to be grateful, ”says TANEL VEENRE, an Estonian jewellery artist. Hands are his instrument and medium at the same time, and…
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ANNAMARIA ZANELLA, Italy

Italian jewellery artist ANNAMARIA ZANELLA graduated from The Pietro Selvatico Institute of Padua jewellery department in 1985. In 1992, she received her diploma in sculpture at the Venice Academy of …
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ANA CARDIM, Portugal

ANA CARDIM was born in Portugal, spent three years in Zaragoza, four years in Barcelona, six months in San Francisco, then for some time Berlin and now returned to Portugal. A favourite theme in art i…
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RENZO PASQUALE, Italy

“A person who wears jewellery completes the process of creating a work of art. This is where the true meaning lies. An artist creates a piece of jewellery as a poem, as a song, but the person wh…
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REKA LORINCZ, Hungary

Hungarian jewellery artist REKA LORINCZ studied at the Moholy-Nagy University of Applied Arts (Moholy-Nagy Művészeti Egyetemen) in Budapest.“Jewellery design, in my understanding, is an interpreta…
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NICOLAS ESTRADA, Spain

Born in Columbia, NICOLAS ESTRADA, a contemporary jewellery artist, author of books, lecturer and curator, have a BS in business from Babson College in Massachusetts, USA. Unable to adapt to the New E…
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MARIA ROSA FRANZIN, Italy

MARIA ROSA FRANZIN – Italian contemporary jewellery artist, lecturer at Pietro Selvatico Insitute of Art in Padua, Chairman of the Italian Association of Contemporary Jewellery and the curator o…
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MAIJA VĪTOLA, Latvia

MAIJA VĪTOLA-ZITMANE aquired Master’s Degree at the Latvian Academy of Arts in the Metal Design Department in 2017, her professional knowledge and practice supplemented by various courses and maste…
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GIGI MARIANI, Italy

“Italian in emotion casing” – this is how one could describe Italian contemporary artist GIGI MARIANI from Modena in Northern Italy. Gigi’s other favorite passion is painting. His painting bru…
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FELIEKE VAN DER LEEST, Norway

Felieke van der Leest was born and raised in the Netherlands, but since 2008 lives in West Norway. She got her jeweller diploma in 1996 when she graduated from the Jewellery Department at Gerrit Rietv…
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CORRADO DE MEO, Italy

“In my jewellery, I want to project my awareness in their process of execution, crystallizing the phases of transformation of matter in which they are made. I wish also to point out the phases of it…
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BARBARA UDERZO, Italy

Italian jewellery designer Barbara Uderzo defines her work in the balance between art and design.“My work aims to create objects to wear. They are mainly the result of intuitions and ideas that …
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EMMANUEL LACOSTE, France

French conceptual jewellery artist EMMANUEL LACOSTE practices different kinds of art: sculpture, installation, performance, etc. But everything started with jewellery. “When I discovered how con…
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