Displaying a collection of thought-provoking jewels and sculptures in gold, steel and aluminium by late American artist Daniel Brush, L'ÉCOLE Asia Pacific School of Jewellery Arts presents the world renowned artist’s first-ever exhibition in Asia at K11 MUSEA.
Open to the public starting 24 May, “Daniel Brush: An Edifying Journey” traces Brush’s self-taught creation and exploration of jewellery, beginning from his first foray into the craft — hand making a wedding band for his beloved wife.
In this exhibition, L’ÉCOLE invites visitors to join an unexpected journey through the febrile imagination and inspiring artistry of Daniel Brush, crossing the boundaries between art, jewels, sculpture, philosophy and poetry, challenging our understanding of the role and meaning of the jewel today.
RSVP now for a free guided tour to explore the intricate and wondrous world of jewellery master Daniel Brush.
Date: 24 May – 2 Oct 2023
Location: L'ÉCOLE School of Jewelry Arts, 510A, 5F, K11 MUSEA
Opening Hours: 1PM – 7PM (Mon – Sun)
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Location: 607, 6F, K11 MUSEA
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Location: 704, 7F, K11 MUSEA
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