As part of the reopening, the ILJMuseum is taking all necessary measures to combat the pandemic.
Temporary Exhibition Space 12 FEB - 31 OCT 2020
Τhe exhibition will remain open until mid-October 2020. Debra Rapoport, lives and breathes in New York City. Her work represents the portrait of an independent and stylish woman who challenges conventional ideas about beauty and aging with an increasingly obsession with youth.
Temporary Exhibition Space, 11 NOV 2020 - 31 JAN 2021
A survey of artistic jewelry making from the Czech Republic with the most prominent artists covering from the 1930’s generation up to the Generation Z. The exhibition explores traditional crafts and fine arts for the making of new sculptural jewelry, to the most recent creations by the people born from 1995 to 2010 who are true digital natives.
Temporary Exhibition Space
Due to COVID-19, new dates to be announced. || Short description of the exhibition: Form has always followed function. The decorative and applied arts in Europe between the 17th and the 20th centuries adjust to each culture, enabling, through make and use, the expression of current religious, political, and economic norms – or effect their ...
Every year, just before Christmas time, the ILJM is filled with new and original creations. Since 1994, the Museum has been organizing activities and events that seek to promote handmade art.
The first Jewelry Artist In Residence Program to run in a museum worldwide is now open to national and international artists all year round. Artist Residents may choose to work in the Metalsmithing Studio (ZEM) or the Jewelry Crafts Studio (ZEDET) both located on the Museum premises.