TJL Programming New York City Jewelry Week 2019

Here’s what was going on at TJL during NYCJW last fall! Visit the New York City Jewelry Week website for more information.

News from the Netherlands: Crossing Borders (Nov 18 – 24)

An exhibition and sale featuring the work of Dutch artists Liesbet Bussche and Koen Jacobs, curated by Liesbeth den Besten and Alexandra van Strien-de Groot. Bussche and Jacobs embrace an uninhibited approach to jewelry, and by referencing the wearing and use of jewelry, they succeed in stirring our imagination.


AJF in Conversation: Deaccessioning or When You Can’t Wear It All, All The Time (Tuesday, Nov 19)

Join Art Jewelry Forum and panelists Barbara Gifford, Mark McDonald, and Sienna Patti for a unique conversation on deaccessioning. Tickets are $10 and advanced purchase is recommended.


The Scoop (Tuesday, Nov 19)

A special NYCJW edition of our ongoing series. Like "The Moth," but all about jewelry! Join us for a fun evening as our group of storytellers share their tales about relationships with jewelry, from the poignant to the hilarious and everything in between. Stay for ice cream sandwiches after the show!


Breakfast and Bracelets: The Jewelry of the Taller Arte Papel Oaxaca (Wednesday, Nov 20)

Start the day at a special event showcasing the jewelry of the Taller Arte Papel Oaxaca, in collaboration with Gallery Loupe. Come shop the simple, modern, and graphic bracelets and necklaces of the Taller and join us for hot chocolate and an informal discussion on sustainability, community-building, and the preservation of ancient technologies and indigenous craft.


Reka Lorincz, Liana Pattihis, and Lore Langendries Artist Lecture (Thursday, Nov 21)

Lectures by three well-known European jewelry artists, Reka Lorincz, Liana Pattihis, and Lore Langendries, followed by a Q&A moderated by Marjorie Simon, renowned studio jeweler and educator. Hosted by Charon Kransen Arts.


What, How, and Why We Wear It: Jewelry Etiquette with Sasha Nixon (Sunday, Nov 24)

Join us for a lively brunch as Sasha Nixon discusses the history of “Jewelry Etiquette,” from sumptuary laws and etiquette guides, to how contemporary jewelry and artistic concept further complicate what, how, and why we wear jewelry.