FRAME stands for an exclusive presentation of national and international galleries at «Handwerk & Design». An absolute highlight for connoisseurs of contemporary jewellery and artistic objects.

The Galleries 2024

All in one exclusive location: FRAME was also a crowd-puller in 2024.

Hasen, 2023, titanium, gold, length of one mould 19 cm, photo: Matthias Ritzmann

  • The world's largest independent gallery for contemporary art jewellery and known for its intensive promotion of young artists


Therese Hilbert, Brooch, 2018, silver blackened and painted, Ø 7.0 cm, H 5.0 cm, Photo: Otto Künzli 

  • classical positions and unusual concepts of contemporary applied art


  • Aria Gallery was founded in 1992 in Tehran and specialises in modern and contemporary fine art.


Artist: Heejoo Kim
Photo: Junghoon O

  • Opened in 1996, this is the only gallery in Canada dedicated specifically to contemporary jewellery.


Geraldine Fenn

  • showcases contemporary jewellers in South Africa and provides a platform for the exhibition and sale of their work


Takashi Kojima, Ring Point-shadow 1, 2022, silver, smoky quartz, black ruthenium coating, Ring size 53, Photo Takashi Kojima 

  • was founded in Stockholm in 1999 and has since hosted a large number of contemporary jewellery artists


Seilgi Kwon/ necklace, Traces of the Red Moon, silicone, pigment, thread, plastic, brass, porcelain 550 X 180 X 70 mm 1200 mm, 2023

  • Since 2001, the Seoul-based gallery has made it its mission to introduce South Korea to national and international contemporary jewellery. This year, it will present eleven leading artists of Korean contemporary jewellery at FRAME.


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