Beekhuizen, J.F.H.H.
Beekhuizen, J.F.H.H. 19e en 20e eeuwse tinnen bouillonpotten, een verzameling. Amsterdam, 2006. 160 p. Ills. Hardcover. [101132]

Beer, Sophie; Schullin, Hans
Beer, Sophie; Schullin, Hans 1990s Jewellery. The Hans Schullin Collection. -Complete documentation of the 'Design Workshop Schmuck', initiated by Hans Schullin and Fritz Maierhofer in the 1990s -An exciting overview of art jewelry and training oppourtunities in Austria -Invited guest professors: David Watkins, Gijs Bakker, Giampaolo Babetto, Gerd Rothmann, Susanne Hammer, Erico Nagai and Onno Boekhoudt Initiated by Hans Schullin and directed by Fritz Maierhofer - both of them driven by the same passion for artistic jewelry - the Design Workshop Schmuck took place in Graz between 1991 and 1998. Based on the idea of creating an additional alternative to the existing training in Austria, internationally renowned guest professors, such as David Watkins, Giampaolo Babetto and Gijs Bakker, were invited to develop projects with the jewelry artists and goldsmiths in attendance. More than sixty jewelry pieces by students and teachers can be found in this exceptional collection, which was exhibited for the first time in the Museum im Palais in Graz in 2012. ` Arnoldsche. 2017. 128 p. Ills. Hardcover. [111307]

Benkert, Almut.
Benkert, Almut. Embossing, Punching and Guilloche Engraving/ Prägen, Stanzen, Guillochieren. Contemporary Artisanal Jewellery Production/ Die zeitgenössische Schmuckmanufaktur. Arnoldsche. 2017. 156 p. Ills. Softcover. [109776]

Boterenbrood, Helen.
Boterenbrood, Helen. Weverij De Ploeg van 1923 tot 1957. Nederlands Textielmuseum. 94 p. Ills. Paperback. [109460]

Brunhammer, Yvonne.
Brunhammer, Yvonne. Le Livre des expositions universelles, 1851-1989. Éditions des Arts Décoratifs/ Herscher, Paris. 1983. 352 p. Ills. Softcover. Small traces of use. [111637]

Caeymaex, Martine.
Caeymaex, Martine. Art Deco in Europa. Decoratieve tendensen in de toegepaste kunst rond 1925. Vereniging voor Tentoonstellingen van het Paleis voor het Paleis voor Schone Kunsten, Brussel, 5 maart - 28 mei 1989. Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon. 283 p. Ills. Paperback. Name on french title. [28596]

Dam, Cees.
Dam, Cees. Ontwerpen in glas. Variaties op een ovaal. Tekst: Karin Evers. Met tekening van Cees Dam op schutblad. Dam & Partners, Architecten. 2006. Ills. Softcover. [99791]

Dewald, Gabi; Nievergelt, Frank; Weinberg, Larry;
Dewald, Gabi; Nievergelt, Frank; Weinberg, Larry; Sonja Duò-Meyer. Ceramics. Arbeiten 1992-2017. *This first monograph on Sonja Duò?-Meyer presents the development of a career in contemporary ceramic art now spanning over forty years Thanks to a conscious reduction in form and color, the ceramics by the Swiss artist Sonja Duò-Meyer (b. 1953) unfurl incredible expressive power. Their flowing silhouettes appear almost meditative, fixed points emerge in the light asymmetry of their forms, and a sophisticated play on light and shade develops. Surfaces, material, corpora and technique are interwoven through a minimalistic design concept that celebrates stillness and the concept of the void. Photographs of objects as well as exhibition views show vessels, objects and wall installations from 1992 to 2017. A particular highlight are works and ideas from the ceramic center Tajimi, where, as artist in residence, the artist engaged intensively with Japanese techniques. With exciting illustrations and informative essays, this first monograph on Sonja Duò-Meyer presents the development of a career in contemporary ceramic art now spanning over forty years.Text in English and German. Arnoldsche. 2017. 160 p. Ills. Hardcover. [109732]

Elenskaya, Marina & Decker, Aaron Patrick.
Elenskaya, Marina & Decker, Aaron Patrick. Ruudt Peters: Bron. English text. Arnoldsche. 2017. 270 p. Ills. Hardcover. [109902]

Fahn, Monika
Fahn, Monika Doris Betz: Schmuck und Zeichnung/ Jewellery and Drawing. Presents a selection of Betz's jewelry alongside original design sketches for the very first time - Inspired by natural forms, Betz's award-winning jewels are challenging both to create and interpret Doris Betz (b. 1960) is devoted to exploring linear form in her work. In her drawings she fathoms the depths of the potential of the line and the possibilities of the material silver, which she then contorts, turns, rolls and turns again, finally lacquering, oxidizing or patinating with a flame to create the final jewel. Unforeseen fragile-looking and poetic formations emerge as Betz overlaps, knots and layers her material, rendering visible her jewelry's relationship to the vegetal language of natural forms - a source of inspiration for the artist. This book presents a selection of her jewelry works together with drawings from 2009 to 2016 for the very first time. With essays by: Monika Fahn, Pravu Mazumdar, Ira Mazzoni and Olga Zobel. Exhibition: Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein, Munich (DE), 23. 2. - 6. 4. 2017. Arnoldsche. 2017. 88 p. Ills. Softcover. [109741]

Falk, Fritz
Falk, Fritz Himmlisch/ Heavenly. Sonne, Mond und Sterne im Schmuck/ The Sun, Moon and Stars in Jewellery. *Publication accompanies the exhibition at the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim (DE), 8.7. 30.10.2016. Fascinating trip through thousands of years of jewelry history*Leading authority in jewelry, Fritz Falk, explains the star motif's role in a historical contextJewelry and the universe are bound together not just in the Ancient Greek sense of the word 'cosmos'; the sun, moon and stars invariably also found their way into representative forms of art jewelry around the world. While magical, mythological and religious references stood mainly at the forefront of ancient and non-European cultures, over the course of recent history it was on decorative grounds that jewelry pieces with cosmic motifs became so coveted. Whether Köchert in Vienna, Fabergé in St Petersburg or Lalique in Paris, the great jewelers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries were all inspired by heavenly forms. Today, interest in celestial bodies remains unbroken among contemporary internationally celebrated jewelry artists. With his new, richly illustrated book, the long-standing head of the Jewellery Museum Pforzheim presents for the first time a comprehensive review on the star motif in jewelry - from Ancient Egypt to the present day. Text in English and German. Arnold'sche. 2016-07-01. 192. [108506]

Fischer, Volker & Gleininger, Andrea.
Fischer, Volker & Gleininger, Andrea. Stefan Wewerka. Architect, Designer, Object Artist/ Architekt, Designer, Objektkünstler. Axel Menges. 1998. 159 p. Ills. Softcover. [94337]

Freeman, Margaret B.
Freeman, Margaret B. The Unicorn Tapestries. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 2nd printing. E.P. Dutton. 1983. 244 p. Ills. Paperback. [102122]

Gentille, Thomas.
Gentille, Thomas. Untitled. Thomas Gentille. American Jewelry. Die Neue Sammlung. Arnoldsche. 208 p. Ills. Hardcover. [106564]

Gonse, François.
Gonse, François. Les papier japonais: traditions et créations. Éditions Ouest-France. 2004. 115 p. Ills. Softcover. [111744]

Graziani, Céline
Graziani, Céline XXIVe Biennale internationale Vallauris 2016. Création contemporaine et céramique. La XXIVème édition de la Biennale Internationale de Vallauris - Création contemporaine et céramique propose un parcours de sept expositions invitant à explorer la pluralité des approches artistiques autour du matériau terre. Ce catalogue bilingue, accompagné d'un DVD-ROM, permet de découvrir les oeuvres des artistes présentés dans les sept expositions. Snoeck. 2016. 184 p. Ills. Hardcover. [109736]

Hagströmer, Denise.
Hagströmer, Denise. Ekstrom Extreme. Norwegian Industrial Design and Furniture Culture. Terje Ekstrom was the first postmodern designer in Norway and his futuristic chairs even made it into the Star Trek TV-Series; this is the first monograph on the designer Informative description of the Norwegian design scene in the 1980s Accompanies the exhibition of Frank Nievergelt's donation at The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo (NO)The work of the pioneering designer Terje Ekstrom (1944-2013) contributed a new vitality and independence to the Norwegian design scene of the 1970s and '80s, at a time of cultural and social change. Ekstrom represented a new generation of designers who challenged the ideals of the golden age of Scandinavian design. As this richly illustrated book shows, Ekstrom was both a product of his own time and far ahead of it. Seen as one of Norway's first postmodern designers, his internationally successful Ekstrem chair achieved iconic status due to its unique and visionary qualities, as did his audio equipment design for the renowned Tandberg Radiofabrikk. Including specially commissioned photographs of his workplace and home, this book for the first time tells the story of Ekstrom's design practice, characterized by an eclectic search for originality. Text in English and Norwegian.. Arnoldsche Verlagsanstalt. 2016. 128 p. Ills. Hardcover. [106609]

Hedman, Hanna; Johansson, Per; King, Emily; Söderström, Edith;
Hedman, Hanna; Johansson, Per; King, Emily; Söderström, Edith; Murmuring. Murmuring invites us on a journey to a mythical place of shamanistic rites, death symbolism and elusive gender role-play. Through the lens of photographer Sanna Lindberg, the poetic force of Hanna Hedman's jewellery art is revealed in a way that consciously stretches the expectations of what jewellery art is and can be. Over the course of eight years, Hedman and Lindberg have established an interdisciplinary collaboration in which their separate artistic moods and expressions have been combined into a unique figurative universe. Kerber. 2016. 96 p. Ills. Hardcover. [108716]

Hölscher, Petra; Gali, André;
Hölscher, Petra; Gali, André; Tone Vigeland. Schmuck - Objekt - Skulptur. Jewelry - Objects - Sculpture. * The first well-founded and richly ilustrated presentation of Tone Vigeland's art jewellery and sculpture for over fifteen years* Spanning 50 years of creative work by one of Norway's most outstanding artists* Accompanies a retrospective at Die Neue Sammlung - The Design Museum, Munich (DE), in spring 2017Scandinavian studio jewelry is simply unimaginable without Tone Vigeland (b.1938) and her work. Her distinctive objects flatter the human body and captivate through their dimensions and volume, yet they are assembled from the tiniest hand-crafted components. Tubes of silver wire, precisely cut plates, spheres and eyelets, all in small scale, are invisibly interconnected, and Vigeland's use of heavily oxidised, almost iron-black silver and steel is a typical feature. The result: art on the human body - highly aesthetic, perfectly executed and always wearable. Around 150 jewelry objects from 1958 to 2010 document Tone Vigeland's pioneering creativity. They are complemented with a selection of objects and sculptures from 1998 to the present day, which can now be seen in an exhibition and publication for the very first time.. Around 130 jewellery objects from 1958 to 2010 document the pioneering creative work by Tone Vigeland and are complemented with a selection of objects and sculptures from 1998 to the present day. Arnoldsche. 2017. 160 p. Ills. Hardcover. [109703]

Holstein, Lynn.
Holstein, Lynn. Artisans of Israel. Transcending Tradition. Arnoldsche. 2017. 288 p. Ills. Hardcover with cloth spine. [110000]

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