Simply put, jewellery of the 1960s and '70s was revolutionary. From space-age plastic hoop earrings to the hippies' beaded necklaces, jewellery expressed individuality, nonconformity and the aesthetic, political, and intellectual values of the person who wore it. This exhibition featured the work of an international set of independent jewellers as well as major houses.
27 March through 27 June 2021
Wismar, Hasselt, Lappeenranta - in these three cities in Germany, Belgium and Finland, three innovative training centres for jewellery design have developed in recent years. Their students had the opportunity to participate in the 6th International Steel Jewellery Competition.
5 November 2020 through 14 February 2021 | extended until 18 July
Max Ernst (1891–1976) ranks among the most inspiring and influential artists of the 20th century.
18 July 2020 through 17 January 2021
Napoleon Bonaparte reorganized the European world in many ways. The Pforzheim Jewelry Museum showed the new art of jewelry and fashion that shaped Napoleonic times.
19 October 2019 through 1 March 2020
The State of Salzburg awards the Eligius Jewelery Prize every three years. The results were exhibited in the jewelry museum in Pforzheim.
23. November 2019 bis 26. Januar 2020
Ulla and Martin Kaufmann have been creating jewelry and equipment for almost fifty years. The exhibition showed a cross-section of the couple's rich work.
13 July through 3 November 2019
The exhibition reflected a multifaceted picture of Alexander von Humboldt, who was born 1769 in Berlin. He was a pioneer of a new, holistic view of science.
13. April to 8. September 2019
The Prince and Princess Sadruddin Aga Khan Collection
5. Mai 2018 to 3. März 2019
The collection was on display in the jewelry museum in Europe for the first time.