Barbara Schmidt / Olga Zobel Biró


Jewellery—The unexpected meaning of curious things


184 pages
21 x 27 cm, 224 ills.
English / German

 38,00 incl. VAT

ISBN 978-3-89790-710-2 Categories: ,


Daniel Kruger’s (b. 1951) new monograph Jewellery—The unexpected meaning of curious things presents his jewelry art of the last ten years. Kruger, who grew up in South Africa, studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and taught at the University of Art and Design at Burg Giebichenstein in Halle. He gives things an unexpected meaning. Inspired by movement and his fascination with the visual quality of materials and objects, shapes and colors, he creates a synthesis of supposed opposites, and it is this new context that elevates these connections into something precious. Through his freedom of thought, he creates a world of objects to be contemplated, but above all to adorn the body and the human being.


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