Lecture: All about. Warwick Freeman
Warwick Freeman makes a jewellery of place. It speaks to where he lives, his culture, its history and its distance from here. Warwick Freeman (born in 1953 in Nelson, New Zealand) started working in the field of jewelry in 1972, and is largely self-taught. He was made a Laureate of the New Zealand Arts Foundation and the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation, Amsterdam in 2002. His works are included in numerous public collections and museums the world over. Freeman works and lives in Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand.
In 2013 he is the “Klassiker “(Classic of the Modern) of the SCHMUCK exhibition at Internationale Handwerksmesse München (International Crafts Trades Fair Munich)
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Lecture | Sunday 10.03.2013 | 11:00 | Entrance free
Pinakothek der Moderne | Barerstrasse 40 | Munich | Lecture in English