More than 50 Italian jewels made by masters and young talents, skilled artisans and jewellery companies. An expression of the highest manufacturing skills and the finest industrial production, in a blend of art, design, fashion and new technologies.
On the occasion of the XXI International Exposition, Triennale di Milano presents, until the next 12 september 2016, the exhibition “Brilliant! The Futures of Italian Jewellery”.
The selected jewels are emblematic of the future scenarios awaiting Italian jewellery, which are: Admirable Manufacturing, Everyday Beauty, Avant Craft, Precious Technologies and Collective Creativity. The queen of all is the necklace, the most representative jewel of Italian goldsmithing.
The exhibition aims to illustrate both the manufacturing mission and the technological innovation involved in contemporary Italian jewellery and the way it interacts with other sectors. What emerges is a variety of styles, experiments and research, from high jewellery to the latest wearable interactive technologies.
Works of Antonini, Giampaolo Babetto, Giampiero Bodino, Buccellati, Bulgari, Margherita Burgener, Fabio Cammarata, Monica Castiglioni per Bijouet, Chantecler, Roberto Coin, Crivelli, Riccardo Dalisi, Damiani, De Simone, Sandra di Giacinto, Gianfranco Ferré, Forevermark Italia, Emma Francesconi, Roberto Giannotti, Stefan Hafner, Alba Polenghi Lisca, Liverino 1894, Stefania Lucchetta, Giulio Iacchetti per Maison 203, Manuganda, Stefano Marchetti, Marco Bicego, Marni, Mattia Cielo, Mattia Mazza, Mattioli, Mimi, Misis, Giancarlo Montebello, Moschino, Barbara Paganin, Pasquale Bruni, Francesco Pavan, Percossi Papi, Gaetano Pesce, Franco Pianegonda, Pomellato, Carla Riccoboni, Sanlorenzo, Santagostino, Sharra Pagano, Vendorafa, Vhernier, Francesca Villa, Vinaya, Giorgio Visconti, Graziano Visintin.