New York City Jewelry Week 2019
325 Canal: Nov 21st–Nov 23rd, 2019
327 Canal: Nov 18th–Nov23rd, 2019
325/327 Canal Street, New York City
NYCJW is excited to announce the return of the NYCJW HQ. This year’s HQ boasts two spaces along Canal Street in the heart of NYC featuring the work of over 70 jewelers and artists from around the world. The curated selection of exhibitions and projects runs throughout the week and offers a glimpse into what’s new and next from a global pool or emerging and established jewelers, artists and makers. Join us to expand your vision of what jewelry can be.
325 Canal Street | NYCJW HQ TOO
November 21st–November 23rd, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, November 22nd, 6pm–9pm
Amelia Toelke-@ameliatoelke: A special installation of two works by NY based jeweler and artist Amelia Toelke, Happy Chain and Charmed.
Australianafirstname.lastname@example.org is jewelry and streetwear inspired by Australia, made for NYC.
Casting Shadows is an installation by Brice Garrett-@bricegarrett merging jewelry and sculpture.
Lonely Hearts Clubemail@example.com: A jewelry show about the most iconic shape in the world. Featuring over 50 artists from across the globe creating custom pieces enclosed with personal messages of heartbreak, love won, love lost, breakups, love at first sight and more.
327 Canal Street | NYCJW HQ
November 18th–November 23rd, 2019
Opening Reception: Monday, November 18th, 6pm–8pm
BORROW-COPY-STEAL - Three artists living in three different countries, working in three different materials sharing a love for colour, humour and storytelling want to address counterfeit, copying and reproductions.
Collect Me! Is a pop-up exhibition which questions the line between fine art and product
Ritorno Postmoderno - Jeweler and artist Heidi Abrahamson presents an exhibition of her quirky, inspired, light-hearted and colorful Memphis Style work. The show serves as a “jaunty, upbeat antidote for the uncertain climate of our time."
MULAN - Mulan presents young Chinese jewelry artists from diverse backgrounds and influences. Each artist with the spirit of mulan, uses jewelry to reinterpreted tradition, art, culture and origin.
Tilt and Shift - Photography by Jill Fannon; exhibition created by Shane Prada of the Baltimore Jewelry Center.
Trans·mu·ta·tion - This exhibition, curated by Bahar Saghaei, features seven emerging Iranian artists who have brought transmutation into perfection through the variety of material and astonishing concepts.
Down the Rabbit Hole - The rabbit, synonymous with cosmetics animal testing as well as a symbol of cruelty-free
PLACEMENT - a curated selection of jewelry from artists across the country is the first pop-up for NYCJW’s online discovery platform: PLACEMENT
For more information contact
@nycjeweleryweek website #oncanal
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