From November 1 to January 26, Museum Arnhem presents Body Control: jewelry and fashion on the border of man. This new exhibition shows a surprising combination of recent jewelry and fashion design from more than 100 international designers and artists. Body Control
Ted’s work ‘I don’t like to wear jewellery, I carry them’ is shown in two exhibitions in China.
‘Shining on the Stage – Dutch Spirit’ in Shanghai, it is the first time that a group of leading contemporary jewellery designers and artists from the Netherlands, attends such an exhibition in China
Ted Noten is known as an innovator in jewelery art. Now he has his own treasure room in Den Bosch.
“Tedanchamon” is written in large letters. At the top of the spacious MPV Gallery in Den Bosch, artist Ted Noten has furnished an art tomb full of his own work. Ted has been living and working
A mouse with a pearl necklace, a tiara helmet for queen Maxima, a necklace of stiletto’s: they are clear examples of the peculiar creations from Ted’s oeuvre. The artist stretches the meaning of “jewelry”, exploring silhouettes and composition, both wearable and not.
Ted’s Bitch Bag is on show as a part of Uneasy Beauty: Discomfort in Contemporary Adornment at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton (USA).
Uneasy Beauty: Discomfort in Contemporary Adornment brings together 75 examples of contemporary jewelry and costume that demonstrate the immense power of adornment to impact us physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Showcasing wearable work in various
The weight of 21 Grams is a mysterious concept, both imaginative and literally. The idea has inspired film makers, song writers, fine artists, novelists and documentary makers, but until today no jewellery makers.
With this exhibition Ruudt Peters has invited several artists to challenge jewelry makers to create a new work of art, especially
Ted’s Ageeth’s Dowry is on show as a part of Gerrit turns 50, Willem only 28.
Gerrit turns 50, Willem only 28 marks the anniversaries of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and the Sandberg Instituut. An exhibition and public programme portray elements of the histories and communities of these educational institutes of fine arts and design.
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