Museum of Arts & Design
Published in conjunction with the Zero Karat exhibition based on a extensive collection of art jewelry made in non-precious materials ranging from paper and plastic to rubber, feathers, and firecrackers donated by collector Donna Schneier, this 153 page work presents major milestones in the development of postwar jewelry by leading artists from around the world. The essays by Curators David Revere McFadden and Ursula Ilse-Neuman explore the artistic and cultural contexts of non-precious materials used in jewelry design and its role in contemporary art, craft, and design. Features 188 color and black and white photographs and a comprehensive biography of artists.
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This is a Final Sale item and is not eligible for return.
Size: 8" x 8"
Expected Ship Date: 3-5 days