FLORENCE JEWELLERY WEEK
Is a cultural project, the first annual exhibition dedicated to
Contemporary Jewellery in Italy
can be considered as an explorative path always in motion
Every year the artistic approach to the complex subject of jewellery is explored through a specific concept and with the selection of artists from the international scene. The project, imagined, managed and coordinated by LAO started in 2005, and has quickly become the most important Italian event devoted to contemporary jewellery
ARTIST 2005 – 2020
The most important worldwide names of the research jewellery were featured, from the “fathers” of the 1950s up to the youngest generation of our day.
Jivan Astfalck, Giampaolo Babetto, Robert Baines, Gijs Bakker, Friedrich Becker, Noam Ben–Jacov, Helen Britton, David Bielander, Frédéric Braham, Sigurd Bronger, Sebastian Buescher, Peter Chang, Bifei Cao, Giovanni Corvaja, Johanna Dahm, Georg Dobler, Andi Gut, Naomi Filmer, Nora Fok, Karl Fritsch, Sophie Hanagarth, Yasuki Hiramatsu, Mari Ishikawa, Svenja John, Wang Kezhen, Nel Linssen, Suska Mackert, Kadri Mälk, Stefano Marchetti, Sally Marsland, Bruno Martinazzi, Xavier Monclús, Mimì Moscow, Eija Mustonen, Erico Nagai, Evert Nijland, Ted Noten, Renzo Pasquale, Francesco Pavan, Ruudt Peters, Mario Pinton, Annelies Planteijdt, Katja Prins, Ramón Puig Cuyàs, Mah Rana, Gerd Rothmann, Jacqueline Ryan, Philip Sajet, Marjorie Schick, Karin Seufert, Peter Skubic, Vera Siemund, Janna Syvänoja, Tanel Veenre, Graziano Visintin, Lisa Walker, David Watkins, Annamaria Zanella, Christoph Zellweger, Wang Zhenghong, Fuchi Arata, Tasso Mattar, Sibylle Umlauf, Danni Schwaag, Erik Tidäng, Lena Jerström, Tobias Birgersson, Klara Eriksson, Petronella Eriksson, Pernilla Sylwan, Giovanni Corvaja, Suk Chun Oh, Kazumi Nagano, Cóilín Ó Dubhghaill, Barbara Paganin, Sam Tho Duong, Carla Riccoboni.
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