FINE ART JEWELLERY AND ACCESSORIES
HANDMADE BY ITALIAN CONTEMPORARY ARTIST
SANDRA DI GIACINTO
SANDRA DI GIACINTO
ITALIAN CONTEMPORARY ARTIST
Graduated in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, Sandra Di Giacinto creates minimal, sophisticated, graphic artworks from simple materials, with highly innovative content. Handmade jewels and accessories whose value is in the project — here synonymous with quality: as Enzo Mari claimed "the quality of a project depends on the degree, however minimal, of cultural change it triggers".
Sandra Di Giacinto's creations show a variety of artistic influences. The common thread is that of reinterpreting traditional techniques and materials according to contemporary aesthetic, where design is configured as an element of innovation.
Between art and design: each of her creations is an artwork of its own.
Her collections belong to a sophisticated market niche that appreciates the most innovative Italian design and research of new materials. Museums and galleries discovered Sandra Di Giacinto’s art before high-end boutiques and concept stores.
Her creations appeared on numerous international magazines, including: Vogue, Flair, Glamour, Allure, Max, Corriere Della Sera, Gioia, Casa D, Casa Viva, Perspective, Gap Casa, Fuchsia, Berliner Zeitung — as well as on movies sets, one of them being that of director Pedro Almodóvar, one of her regular customers.
HER COLLECTIONS HAVE BEEN SOLD AND EXHIBITED
IN THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS MUSEUMS AROUND THE WORLD
Museum of Art and Design, New York — Center Pompidou, Paris — Guggenheim, Bilbao — MOMA, San Francisco — Contemporary Art Museum, Luxembourg —
La Pedrera - Casa Milà, Barcelona — Victoria & Albert Museum, London — Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul — Venice Biennale — Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome — Capitoline Museums, Rome — Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome — MAXXI the National Museum of 21st Century Arts, Rome — National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome — Triennale di Milano & Triennale Design Museum, Milan — Milan Design Week — Royal Palace, Milan — Castello Sforzesco, Milan — Maison et Objet Fair, Paris — Première Classe Fair, Paris — Kunstgewerbemuseum Museum of Decorative Arts, Berlin — among the others.
The design of the Sandra Di Giacinto collections is registered and protected at the OHIM Registration Office for Trademarks, Designs and Models of the European Union.