Authors

Artists and Authors

Inui, Yoshiaki

Born in 1927, Yoshiaki Inui graduated from and became professor emeritus at Kyoto University. Known as the leading researcher in the field of contemporary ceramics

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Jackson, Anna

As keeper of the Asia Department of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Anna Jackson looks after its extensive collection of Japanese textiles and

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Jakobson, Hans-Peter

HANS-PETER JAKOBSON was born 1947 in Wittenberge (Prignitz, DE). Studied cultural sciences and the history of art at Humboldt University in Berlin (DE). Director of

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Jefferies, Susan

is an independent curator. Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Vienna, and the University of California at Davis, she had

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Jivan, Astfalck

Born in Berlin, where she was trained as a goldsmith, she has been living in London for more than twenty years. She obtained her MA

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Jochem, Marlene

Art historian, 1977 – 2004 research assistant, 2004 – 2011 director of the Theodor-Zink-Museum, Kaiserslautern. Exhibitions and publications about contemporary craft. Email: marlene.jochem@t-online.de Homepage: www.theodor-zink-museum.de

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Johnsen, Espen

Espen Johnsen is Associate Professor of the history of architecture and design at the department of Art History at the University of Oslo. He has

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Jönsson, Love

Curator at The Röhsska Museum for Fashion, Design and Decorative Arts in Gothenburg, Sweden. His articles, essays and reviews on contemporary crafts have appeared in

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Kaufmann, Ulla & Martin

1958-1962 Training as goldsmith and silversmith Freelance since 1970 Works in museums and public collections: Berlin, Frankfurt, Hanover, Leipzig, Munich, Hildesheim, Antwerp Awards: 1972 Promotion

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Kimmerle, Constance

has been Curator of Collections at the James A. Michener Art Museum since 2001, where she was curator of the 2004 retrospective of the work

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Koch (†), Alexander

Born in 1895, worked from 1920 at the family publishing house, Verlagsanstalt Alexander Koch, which was founded in Darmstadt in 1888 by his father, Alexander

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