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Exhibitors
Didier Ltd
Jewellery by painters and sculptors
Didier Ltd, founded by Didier and Martine Haspeslagh, occupies a special niche amongst art and design galleries by specialising in jewels created by modern artists, which have been acquired from the secondary art market. With the benefit of hindsight, the gallery is able to present the finest examples of an artist’s work, where the artistry, design and craftsmanship of the jewel is paramount over its intrinsic value. These jewels range from the most intimate expressions of their art, made as private gifts for their loved ones, to pieces created in editions, as a way to disseminate their art to the widest possible public outside the confines of a museum or art gallery. Jewellery by artists is a growing collecting field with museums starting to exhibit jewels alongside other works of art. Didier Ltd has been very active in loaning jewels to these exhibitions as well as promoting the subject at international art and design fairs and through its gallery catalogues.
Insights From The Gallery
Exhibitions
Past
The Jeweller's Guide to the Galaxy
42 Years of Atomic and Space Age Jewellery, 1945-1987
London
Dec 1–Mar 31, 2020
Past
Paint it Black
The Jewels of Louise Nevelson
London
Jun 3–Nov 1, 2019
Past
From the Surreal to the Kinetic
Jewellery by Latin and South American Artists
London
Dec 1–Mar 31, 2019
Past
Icons of British Design Jewellery
London
Jun 1–Sep 30, 2018
Past
Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors @50: 1967-2017
London
Apr 1–Aug 31, 2017
Past
Didier's Dozen.
Artists' Jewels at the Kallos Gallery
London
Oct 1–Dec 31, 2017
Past
Op, Pop and Plastic.
Jewels of the Pop Artists
London
Mar 1–Jul 31, 2016
Past
Jewels of the Italian Modern Masters
London
Mar 1–Jul 31, 2015
Past
Jewelry as Sculpture as Jewelry
London
Dec 1–Mar 31, 2014
Past
The Sculptural Jewels of Arnaldo and Giò Pomodoro
London
Jun 1–Oct 31, 2013
Artists
  • Valerio Agam
  • Afro
  • Yaacov Agam
  • Getulio Alviani
  • Karel Appel
  • Arman
  • Jean/Hans Arp
  • Enrico Baj
  • Giacomo Balla
  • Harry Bertoia
  • Louise Bourgeois
  • Georges Braque
  • Bernard Buffet
  • Pol Bury
  • Alexander Calder
  • Franco Cannilla
  • Giuseppe Capogrossi
  • César
  • Eduardo Chillida
  • Jean Cocteau
  • Pietro Consagra
  • Salvador Dalí
  • Giorgio de Chirico
  • José de Rivera
  • Lucio del Pezzo
  • Amalia del Ponte
  • Sonia Delaunay
  • André Derain
  • Piero Dorazio
  • Max Ernst
  • Claire Falkenstein
  • Leonor Fini
  • Lucio Fontana
  • Nino Franchina
  • Alberto Giacometti
  • Lorenzo Guerrini
  • Etienne Hadju
  • Philippe Hiquily
  • Robert Indiana
  • Nadia Khodasevich-Léger
  • Yves Klein
  • Gyula Kosice
  • Claude Lalanne
  • Wifredo Lam
  • Ibram Lassaw
  • Fernand Léger
  • Roy Lichtenstein
  • Jacques Lipchitz
  • Edgardo Mannucci
  • Giacomo Manzú
  • Marisol
  • Bruno Martinazzi
  • Umberto Mastroianni
  • Georges Mathieu
  • Roberto Matta
  • Eliseo Mattiacci
  • Luciano Minguzzi
  • Hubert Minnebo
  • Mirko
  • Igor Mitoraj
  • François Morellet
  • Louise Nevelson
  • Breon O'Casey
  • Meret Oppenheim
  • Eduardo Paolozzi
  • Alicia Penalba
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Hector Poleo
  • Arnaldo Pomodoro
  • Gio Pomodoro
  • Man Ray
  • Hans Richter
  • George Rickey
  • Larry Rivers
  • Domenico Rotella
  • Felix Roulin
  • Gino Severini
  • Jesus Raphael Soto
  • Ettore Sottsass
  • Emile Souply
  • Niki de St Phalle
  • Carol Summers
  • Alina Szapocznikow
  • Takis
  • Joe Tilson
  • Luis Tomasello
  • Ernest Tino Trova
  • Giuseppe Uncini
  • Victor Vasarely
  • Marie Vassilieff
  • William T. Wiley
  • Jack Youngerman