Elisabetta Cipriani - Jewellery by Contemporary Artists is delighted to announce B by Pedro Cabrita Reis. The exhibition features seven unique bracelets made in iron and 18kt yellow gold. The exclusive collection of wearable sculptures will be on view from 17th to 31st of October 2015 at Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery in Mayfair, London. A letter to Elisabetta Cipriani Dear E, I was never attracted by jewels. I’ve told you this several times. In the end perhaps that’s why I’ decided to accept your provocation? Challenge? Invitation? Or perhaps you just knew that I wouldn’t resist doing something new, exploring most of all my limits, my inclinations, my prejudices and why not admit it, my fetishisms. During the process of making these pieces there was a somehow omnipresent, vague and yet...
Elisabetta Cipriani - Jewellery by Contemporary Artists invites internationally acclaimed sculptors and painters to design jewelry as unique wearable sculptures. At Design Miami/Basel 2015 ( June 16 - 21, 2015), the gallery is delighted to present an extraordinary monograph of the Italian artist Giorgio Vigna as well as a selection of projects recently created in collaboration with the gallery.
PAD LONDON 2014 / October 13-19th / Berkeley square / W1 Elisabetta Cipriani – Jewellery by Artists is delighted to announce a group show including fifteen of the most well-know international contemporary living artists represented by the Gallery. Among the projects on display, an extraordinary collaboration with internationally acclaimed Rebecca Horn and noted goldsmith Luisa del Valle, that uses the ancient Etruscan technique of crafting, which brings to unique pieces of jewellery conveying a mélange of antiquity and contemporaneity. The snail rose gold ring evokes the idea of sensuality, movement and energy present throughout the artist’s ouvre.
Elisabetta Cipriani – Jewellery by Artists invites well known sculptors and painters to design jewelry as unique wearable sculptures. The gallery is delighted to present an extraordinary collaborative project by the international acclaimed artist Rebecca Horn at Design Miami/ Basel. Horn gracefully shifts from one creative genre to the next as a sculptor who devises surreal extensions to the human body, as a performance artist who directs feature-length films, and as a poet who constructs elaborate mechanized sculptures. Yet, however interdisciplinary her work is, it is all finely interwoven. Themes of human vulnerability, emotional fragility, sexuality and energy pervade her narratives and binds together her production.