Klosterstræde 18, 1157 Copenhagen
Goldfingers Gallery is a space for international contemporary jewellery founded by Janne Krogh and Karl Ejnar Nybo. On regular basis GOLDFINGERS arrange solo- and group exhibitions with some of the most renowned jewellery artists from Denmark and abroad.
When Complexity Moved In
Jewellery artist and the most recent Skt.Loye prizewinner presents her new works. In this solo show, the artist visualises and materialises reflections around the feeling that life rarely goes as planned.
Bredgade 10, Copenhagen
The only gallery in Denmark specialising in modern Danish silverware. The gallery cooperates with a dozen of Denmark’s leading silversmiths on a permanent basis, and in addition to hollowware they also have wide range of Danish jewellery on display, designed during the last 50 years by names such as Ole Bent Petersen, Hans Hansen and Bent Knudsen.
Presentations at the Danish Arts Foundation
Design Museum Denmark Exhibition MINDCRAFT 15
Constructions, deconstructions and reconstructions
Experimental jewellery by Helle Bjerrum
Skt.Loye Award Ceremony
The Skt.Loye exhibition shows the work of 15 exhibitors, former award-winners and the developments from the founding of Copenhagen Goldsmiths’ Guild in 1429 until today. The three nominees of this year were Christine Bukkehave, James Stoklund and Pernille Mouritzen.
Skt.Loye Award Winner of 2015, Christine Bukkehave
Nybrogade 26, Copenhagen
During the month of The City of Jewellery, Bærbart is showing the exhibition Ring & Box, 18 jewellers where given the task to create a piece of jewellery with a box.
The Most Secret Gallery
The space, on the Radhusstraede 10, is run by Kim Buck, together with the artists’ work, he is showing the work of Peter Bauhuis and Josephine Winther.
New works by Kaori Juzu & Per Suntum in the studio/shop of Kim Buck.
Objects of Desire, the exhibition illuminates the jewellery’s basic premises, function, value and beauty.
York + Smith
The Closer, this exhibition is a composition of four young artists’ work from recent years. The tittle ‘The Closer’ is about both the way in in which we experience the work and the exhibition space, which because of its role as a workshop and its size – is an intimate and poetic space.
Jørgen Carlo Larsen's Kunstpavillion
Minorities, Who are? We are! Are you?
Third year students at The Institute of Precious Metals worked with their own angles on the theme ‘Minorities’. Among others, life in the shadows, a meeting between ethnicity and Scandinavia, crisis-stricken men and minority as a choice.
Seminar The Bigger Picture at the Design Museum
An academic seminar, which puts Danish and international jewellery making into perspective. Presentations by Jorunn Veiteberg, Karen Pontoppidan, Kim Buck, Annette Dam and Current Obsession. The images taken during the Seminar are by photographer Dorte Krogh