Over the past four decades, Fingers Gallery, the iconic
New Zealand gallery and jewellery retailer has both carved out and reflected
the ever-changing New Zealand jewellery scene.
Curated by Finn McCahon-Jones, the exhibition at Objectspace marks the 40 year milestone of Fingers and provides a rare opportunity for the public to see a selection of work that effectively charts the development of contemporary jewellery in New Zealand.
The jewellery on display includes a range of necklaces, rings, bracelets and brooches
made from materials such as bone, stone, silver, gems, paua shell and found objects.
Click here to download a copy of the exhibition guide.
Click here to read an interview with curator Finn McCahon-Jones by Susan Cummins at Art Jewelry Forum.