He is a pioneer contemporary jewelry artist/Chinese designer of Dutch nationality, and also a contemporary design curator. His latest series, YOUNG & BEAUTIFUL, collaborated with the international crystal manufacturer PRECIOSA are also included.
She is globally recognized as one of the first Chinese designers to successfully break into the international market. In 2007, she was named the “World’s Leading Chinese Designer” by the Hong Kong Design Centre, recognized to be the most important award for designers of Chinese heritage.
It will be on display to the public for the first time March 6 in the Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals at the museum.
These artists found their own answers to questions about living, moving and urban community. They reflect on issues about feeling at home in public space; about rigid cultural patterns; about rapid change in networks and more.
We considered the idea from a lot of different angles—my initial idea was to invite the most influential artists, both domestic and international, to display their work, and to give them a space for dialogue—an atmosphere for the development of contemporary jewellery, which I thought would be great at a time when we were all...
This exhibition of contemporary jewelry intends to summarize its development and introduce jewelry art and design in Europe and the United States to our fellow countryman in a more systematic way.
When an opportune moment comes to reflect and change, not forging ahead means falling behind. There are some fundamental problems you can consider as an educator; how do you reposition yourself in a positive way as a teacher? How do you establish more platforms for communication with students and co-workers?
Jewellery ought to be experimental. It should maintain a certain freshness. Whether a person wants to do well as a professional or as a person, everything starts from the self and proceeds outwards from there. It’s about doing something with more precision and more care, about getting it closer and closer to ‘just right’. ...
This contemporary jewellery exhibition, entitled “10years-Re:jewellery”, displays the fruits of a decade of teaching in jewellery art and design. How had Professor Teng’s destiny linked her to the story of contemporary jewellery design in the first place? How did she come into her role at the Central Academy of Fine Arts?
2012 is the tenth anniversary of the establishment of the specialty in Jewelry at CAFA.
Searching for the meanings and value in ordinary lives and enduing every piece of jewelry with particular characteristic constitute her aspirations in the process of designing. Every piece of the works by Ms. Teng Fei has a unique story, sending forth her profound apperception of life.
Teng Fei has long been thought of as the one who “opened up” Chinese art jewelry, and China’s “first Conceptual Jewelry artist”. She has given us a definition for jewelry’s “new” meaning...