Die Renaissance des Emaillierens

Stephen Bottomley (Designer), Jessica Turrell (Artist), Elizabeth Turrell (Artist)

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"The Renaissance of enamelling." For several years, the art of enamelling has been experiencing a renaissance. Since the 1990s, it is observed that in the avant-garde jewelry resorted increasingly to the effects of enameling. It will work with all sorts of methods, cell fusion, melting pit, windows mail, and often experimented. Many goldsmiths have found their very own, personal approach. The focus seems to be on the examination of the surface and the beautiful, sensuous qualities of email to lie.
The craft gallery in Munich takes this phenomenon to the occasion of an exhibition of the 43 artists from 13 countries were invited to make ornaments or utensils.


Jamie Bennett, USA
Adrean Bloomard, IT
Stephen Bottomley, GB
Helen Carnac, GB
Bettina Dittlmann, DE
Gemma Draper, ES
Beate Eismann, DE
Ulo Florack, DE
Christiane Förster, DE
Carolina Gimeno, CL
Christine Graf, DE
Kirsten Haydon, AUS
Hiroki Iwata, JP
Karin Johansson, SE
Ike Jünger, DE
Kaori Juzu, JP
Astrid Keller, DE
Young-I Kim, KR
Nikolaus Kirchner, DE
Jutta Klingebiel, DE
Beate Klockmann, DE
Esther Knobel, IL
Daniel Kruger, ZA
Guanlan Liang, CN
Stefano Marchetti, IT
Katharina Moch, DE
Nazan Pak, TR
Francesco Pavan, IT
Ramon Puig Cuyàs, ES
Jacqueline Ryan, IT
Philip Sajet, NL
Isabell Schaupp, DE
Barbara Seidenath, USA
Vera Siemund, DE
Silke Trekel, DE
Elizabeth Turrell, GB
Jessica Turrell, GB
Graziano Visintin, IT
Agnes von Rimscha, DE
Silvia Walz, ES
Annamaria Zanella, IT
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGalerie Handwerk, Max-Joseph-Strasse, Munich, Germany.
PublisherHandwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern
Publication statusPublished - 9 Mar 2012


  • enamel, jewellery, metalwork, craft

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