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Louisa Guinness Gallery specialises in artists' jewellery. We deal in 20th century works as well as collaborating with contemporary artists.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Nov 9
If you're wondering what types of things you'll see at our exhibition next week - here's a sneak at a couple of our LG Treasures rings, c. 1970's.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Nov 8
Join us for 'Things That I Love' curated by from 16 Nov - 21 Dec, 2018. The exhibit feat. gallery artists in conjunction w/ new appearances of a special group of designers & artists including an eclectic mix of glass, silver & other curiosities.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 31
Wishing you a spooky Halloween! Featuring this stunning Louise Bourgeois's 'Gold Spider' Brooch, 1996.
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FT Style Oct 30
Style: Grima’s glam rocks
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GRIMA Oct 30
Opening today at 11.00am. Grima will be exhibiting vintage and contemporary jewellery at Gallery. Visit us from today till 9th November. For more information:
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 25
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 25
This hand-painted ring c. 1936-39 by Pablo Picasso was designed for his lover and muse Dora Maar as an apology gift following an argument one evening.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 25
Pablo Picasso, ‘Poisson’ Pendant, 1973, 23k gold with a wooden case, 4.4 x 5.2 cm, edition of 20 + 2 AP
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 25
Happy birthday to Pablo Picasso who was born on this day in 1881.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 24
We hope you are feeling... Fucking Beautiful, Necklace, 2004. Photographed by Alexander English.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 22
Noticing Sue’s original skull ring, which was gifted to her by Tim, Louisa enquired if she had ever considered making jewellery. The ring eventually inspired a series of cufflinks designed by the artists in 2004.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 19
Squashed frog pendants, crow’s claw earrings and rat’s bone bracelets. The list of pieces in the most recent series of artist jewellery by Tim Noble and Sue Webster reads like the contents of a wizard’s cauldron.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 17
Another beautiful image of the Fucking Beautiful necklace by Tim Noble and Sue Webster. Photograph by Alexander English.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 15
'The lettering was copied from my own handwriting and so it has a spikey, spidery feel – like barbed wire.' says Sue. 'Often it proved impractical to wear, as it would snag on clothing, but it was perfectly punk for me.’
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 12
It was outside the White Cube Gallery, Sue Webster and Louisa Guinness got talking. 'I didn’t know who Louisa was but I was attracted to the necklace she was wearing at the time which said “CUNT”, I immediately wanted one.’ recalls Sue. Sam Taylor-Wood, Cunt Necklace, 2003.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 10
Before he met Sue, Tim modelled and wore a silver skull ring, cast in silver at Tim’s request by his mother, a goldsmith. Soon after Tim met Sue, he gave her a ring, cast from his own but in gold, marking the beginning of a long-lasting relationship. Let's Fuck Rings, 2010.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 8
Powerful, irreverent, subversive and humorous - the defining qualities of Tim Noble and Sue Webster's art have not been lost in translation as rings, necklaces, bracelets and cufflinks. Photograph by David Bailey.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 5
The artists’ interest in the abstraction of single word images and the trappings of popular culture, at once art and anti-art, high culture and popular culture, manifest in . The opposition and duality assault the viewer with advertisement-like directness.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 4
The 'Fucking Beautiful' necklace is based on the light sculpture of the same name created in 2000. Stripped of its original scale and neon brilliance, when wrapped around a finger, wrist or neck, the words invite a personal reflection on beauty, vanity and adornment.
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LouisaGuinnessGall Oct 3
Look forward to learning all about and 's over the next couple weeks. Starting with their fantastic 'Fucking Beautiful' necklace, 2004. Photograph by Alexander English.
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