Forty-five contemporary jewelry designers have reinterpreted one of the most valuable heritages in local history, the Dacian treasure. The results can be seen in an exhibition open at the National History Museum in Bucharest until July 24th.
Called A Journey through the History and Future of Jewelry, this is the second exhibition dedicated to the Dacian treasure. The project takes over a curatorial selection of the first edition of A Journey through the History and Future of Jewelry and itinerates the contemporary jewelry and multimedia projections installation FOUND.LOST.FOUND, which was the official participation of Romania at the International Fashion Showcase, London Fashion Week 2016. As such, the public can see jewelry designed by Andreea Popescu and Otilia Mihalcea, and awarded at the London Fashion Week 2016.
The jewelry is made of gold, silver, bronze, plastic or straw. The exhibition is curated by jewelry designer David Sandu.
The participating designers are: Adelina Petcan, Andreia Gabriela Popescu, Ioana Ardelean, Otilia Mihalcea – Oval, Aida Sandu, Dana Boneanu, Cleopatra Cosuleț, Cristina Socol, Diana Ilisei, Diana Toboșaru, Elena Crișan, Gabriela Secărea, Lucienne Buga, Luiza Teodorescu, Mădălina Stoica, Mihaela Dumitrașcu, Monica Stănescu, Nicoleta Rossi, Roxana Hodorog, Samira Lamandi, Mariana Rogoz, Alina Carp, Alina Predoiu, Alis Lalu, Ana Barbu Uzura, Anca Pandrea, Andreea Bololoi, Arina Nițulescu, Carmen Watkins, Corina Cubici, Camelia Lupu, Cristina Popa, Diana Vasile, Contemporia, Snob, Loredana Cleja, Mihaela Iacob, Mihaela Ivana, Mona Vulpoiu, Stelian Gagiu, Teodora Rus.
The exhibition can be visited Wednesday to Sunday, between 10:00 and 18:00.
Photo: Mariana Rogoz – Dynamic Geometry/ Assamblage Facebook page