18th July - jewellery // sculpture - Exhibition Vienna

There is only the fine thread of wearability that separates jewellery from sculpture and art, one made to adorn the body one made to adorn the space. Yet on its own a piece of jewellery can present as a miniature scale sculpture only when combined with body giving an exciting new perception.

jewellery[ joo-uh l-ree, jool-ree ]
1. articles of gold, silver, precious stones, etc., for personal adornment.
2.any ornaments for personal adornment, as necklaces or cuff links, including those of basemetals, glass, plastic, or the like.

sculpture[ skuhlp-cher ]
1. the art of carving, modeling, welding, or otherwise producing figurative or abstract works of art in three dimensions, as in relief, intaglio, or in the round.
2. such works of art collectively.
3. an individual piece of such work.
verb (used with object), sculp·tured, sculp·tur·ing.
1. to carve, model, weld, or otherwise produce (a piece of sculpture).
2. to produce a portrait or image of in this way; represent in sculpture.
Join us for a drink at the opening reception of our first jewellery exhibition, featuring a selection of local and international jewellery artists.

WHERE : Bauernmarkt 8, 1010 Vienna
WHEN : 6-9pm Thurs 18th Jul
WHAT : Exhibition Opening, Drinks served

Adriana Almeida Meza, Alison Brown Ceramics, Claudia Steiner, Daixa Somed, ELIRD, Elva Olaf, Eva Fernandez, Gena Tudor, Iro Kaskani at the Space in Between, lassy fair, Neon Zinn, Mies Nobis, Robin Shelton