Elisabetta Cipriani creates wearable sculptures in new artist collaborations

Elisabetta Cipriani creates wearable sculptures in new artist collaborations

Nov
18

Elisabetta Cipriani’s new works include partnerships with Giuseppe Penone and Sophia Vari By Hanna Silver for Wallpaper* November 16, 2022 Read

Silver Grabs the Spotlight in High-End Jewelry

Nov
18

“Some clients prefer the color,” a stylist said, while others are attracted to the modest prices. By Milena Lazazzera for The New York Times , November 18, 2022 Read

Luxury brands court Miami’s art and design crowd

Nov
07

Wealthy collectors are drawing watch and jewellery makers to Florida. By Francesca Fearon, November 4, 2022 Read

PAD London Features A Cindy Sherman Jewelry Collaboration And Other Wearable Art Gems

Nov
01

Forbes for PAD London 2022 October 11, 2022 By Kate Matthams, Senior Contributor writing about luxury and indipendent jewellery design in Europe  Read

WHITEWALLER PAD LONDON 2022

Nov
01

PAD London returns in-person after two years of virtual presentations, highlighting the best of contemporary and 20th-century design. Read

PAD London Will Offer A Full Range Of Contemporary Jewels

Nov
01

PAD London Will Offer A Full Range Of Contemporary Jewels October 1, 2022 By Anthony DeMarco, Senior Contributor Read

PAD RETURNS TO LONDON

Nov
01

PAD RETURNS TO LONDON 30/09/2022 By Luxury Read

Your Mayfair – PAD LONDON 2022

Nov
01

October 2022, Your Mayfair for PAD LONDON Read  

Elisabetta Cipriani announce the representation of Sophia Vari in the United Kingdom

Sep
09

Elisabetta Cipriani is very honoured to announce the representation of Sophia Vari extraordinary Wearable Art in the United Kingdom. “I have always admired Sophia Vari Wearable Art; they represent as a whole, the characteristics of how today’s women should be: bold, sophisticated, practical and unique. Her forms and volumes are particularly accentuated when the artist combines wood with noble metals. There is always a pleasing surprise when looking at her wearable sculptures; the forms theatrically change with the movement of the body and each side suggests a different story”. “When I create a jewel, I don’t think about a ‘jewel’ but a ‘sculpture’, putting in all my convictions and strength. It is only later that I adapt the sculpture with technical tools to make it wearable.” Sophia Vari Sophia Vari – Clytemnestre 2013. Ebony, yellow gold and silver patinated necklace. 24 x 19 cm. Unique Sophia Vari (B. 1940) is an acclaimed Greek artist who was born in Athens, to a Greek father and a Hungarian mother. Vari spent part of her childhood in Switzerland, studied in Greece and France, and nowadays lives between Greece, Monte Carlo and Pietrasanta (Italy). Sophia Vari’s work is a reflection of her multicultural upbringing, […]

Financial Times Weekend Collecting

Jun
29

24 June 2022 Jewellery by artist from Picasso to Grayson Perry reaches new heights by Rachel Taylor Read