Contemporary jewellery exhibition/competition “GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO”

The contemporary jewellery exhibition/competition “GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO” was hosted on May 13th, 2018 at Villa Braghieri Albesani, in Castel San Giovanni, Piacenza, Italy. Villa Braghieri-Albesani was begun during the late 17th century and construction continued till the end of the 18th century. In 1809, the villa became property of the president of the Criminal Court […]

Contemporary jewellery in Munich – SCHMUCK 2018

This yeah from March 7 – 13 in Munich the annual Munich Jewelry week took place. It includes: – SCHMUCK 2018 – historical jewellery exhibition taking place since 1959 in Kunsthalle exhibition hall – TALANTE – international new talent competition in jewellery design and technologies – various events around the city In this week jewellers, […]

MAREUNROL’S _UNEXPECTED SOURCES | AW 2016/17

UNEXPECTED SOURCES is a series of stories about unexpected coincidences, about information that comes to us through simultaneous fixation of a number of things existing concurrently – sound, space, noise, anything that is around us.

The first story of UNEXPECTED SOURCES is based on a relationship between a poetic illustration of forest landscapes and a wall of the modern urban environment. The wall that divides society, social space, private property, religion, thoughts, beliefs, culture, and countries. The wall as a symbolic stamp of territory in the architectonic urban environment.

A recap of our experience in Munich Jewellery Week 2016

Art gallery Putti was in Munich for a few days at the end of March. Munich Jewellery Week is a bundle of exhibitions and jewellery relate events that take place around the city centre for a week. Munich Jewellery Week runs concurrent with the annual Handwerk & Design expo where visitors are able to visit booths of many craftsmen and jewellery artists. Art gallery Putti was in Munich for a few days at the end of March. Munich Jewellery Week is a bundle of exhibitions and jewellery relate events that take place around the city centre for a week…

Valdis Brože receives award “Lielais Kristaps”

Art gallery Putti congratulates Latvian contemporary jewellery designer Valdis Broze with receiving the award Lielais Kristaps together with the Estonian artist Anu-Laura Tuttelberg in the nomination “Best animation film artist” for the work on the animation film “It`s time”, directed by Ivo Briedis.

„Amber in contemporary jewellery” travels to Ventspils

On September 11th, 2015 at 18:00 Center of Performing Arts „Jūras Vārti” in Ventspils will host the opening of jewellery exhibition „Amber in contemporary jewellery” in collaboration with Art gallery Putti. Exhibition will be on display until October 5th, 2015.

Exhibition participants are Latvian contemporary jewellery artists Andris Lauders, Guntis Lauders, Māris Auniņš, Māris Šustiņš and Valdis Brože.

Māris Auniņš will be featured in “LOOT: MAD About Jewelry” in NY, USA

Art gallery Putti gladly announces the fact that Latvian contemporary jewellery designer Māris Auniņš has been selected to participate in the New York Museum of Arts and Design’s annual six-day exhibition LOOT: MAD About Jewelry, featuring designs from emerging and acclaimed jewelry artists, this fall from September 28-October 3, 2015.

“Ted Noten Ubiquist”

Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten has released the second book about his works – “Ted Noten Ubiquist”.

Ted Noten is one of today’s most original, radical designers. His transparent acrylic bags – containing objects ranging from animals, jewels and cocaine to pistols – have seduced collectors, confused the establishment, inspired fellow artists and challenged students all over the world. Beauty and violence, perfection…

“Precious – from Picasso to Jeff Koons” in Venice, Italy

Art gallery Putti recommends everyone who has the chance to visit a wonderful exhibition in Vitraria Glass +A Museum, Venice, Italy – “Precious – from Picasso to Jeff Koons”. It is an astonishing collection of jewellery made by artists and sculptors gathered by the collector Diane Venet.