Artistic, contemporary, avant-garde jewels in an exhibition in Milan ♦
Contemporary jewel, artist’s jewel, experimental jewel. All three of these concepts are summarized in the third edition of Walking Treasures organized in Milan by Esh Gallery. The exhibition includes jewelry designed and made by designers such as the Hungarian Orsolya Losonczy, which combines precious metal with raw minerals, or the Israeli Daniella Saraya, a young designer with creations composed mostly of stones and natural elements. The German Carina Shoshtary, on the other hand, started a research on the properties of color and its physiological effects through unusual materials, such as pieces of recovered graffiti and peels of vegetable elements.
The concept of metamorphosis is instead the starting point in the creations of the very young Sara Barbanti, winner of the latest edition of the Joya Award 2018: her jewels are mainly made of wood transformed into charcoal, based on the contrast between poor materials and precious metals. organic shapes and clean geometries, lights and shadows. Also Lodovica Fusco creates jewels reworking elements collected in its territory and in the technique used by Lucilla Giovanninetti and Valentina Caprini that transform textile elements into precious jewels.
The new collection inspired by the punctuation of Eleonora Ghilardi will also be presented, which will be compared with the geometric jewels of Yoko Takirai and the simplicity of Laura Volpi’s creations.
WALKING TREASURES 3 – WALKING TREASURES
28 November – 24 December 2018
Via Forcella 7 (Zona Tortona M2 P.ta Genova)
t: + 39 0256568164
Opening: November 28th, from 6.00pm to 9.00pm
29 November – 24 December:
from 11.00 to 19.00 (Sunday closed)