Chains, chains, chains: 150 jewelry made with interlaced rings in the exhibition Scatenata (Unchained), in Milan.
If you love jewelry made with chains, Homi has opened in Milan Scatenata (Unchained), exhibition of 150 pieces made of intersecting circles. It would have been strange if the show had not been curated by Alba Cappellieri, a professor of Jewellery Design and the Attachment to the Politecnico di Milano, already active in the Museum of the Jewel of Vicenza. The chains on display have the most varied backgrounds: they are made by artisans, artists, designers and established brands. They are the result of goldsmith skills, but also of use of innovative materials, by hand or by machine. And for the uninitiated, the chain there is not just one type. It can be groumette, marinara, crossbar, belcher, forzatina, drip, ear, or bracket. All on exhibition.
to March 5, 2017
Corso Magenta 61, Milan