L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts

Supported by Van Cleef & Arpels.

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A unique place for learning which welcomes the general public to the world of jewelry through offering courses, conferences, exhibitions, videos and book publications.

Exhibition: Daniel Brush, Thinking about Monet

Exhibition Period: 2024 Jan 19 (Fri) - Apr 15 (Mon)

After a first exhibition organized at L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts in Paris in 2017 focusing on Cuffs & Necks, a second one in New York in 2018, and a third at L’ÉCOLE Asia-Pacific in Hong Kong in 2023 entitled Daniel Brush, An Edifying Journey, L’ÉCOLE is delighted to present Daniel Brush, Thinking about Monet, an exhibition organized at 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Gallery 3 in Tokyo, showcasing Daniel Brush’s remarkable work to the Japanese public for the very first time.

This unprecedented exhibition will pay tribute to the late American artist Daniel Brush, a poet of materiality who was at once a metalworker, a jewelry-maker, a philosopher, an engineer, a blacksmith, a painter, and a sculptor.

Daniel Brush Tokyo Exhibition

Live Online Conversations

Dedicated to jewelry history, gemology and the savoir-faire of jewelry making, these online conferences will be led by two passionate experts. They will take place once per month, in real time to interact with the audience.

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L’ÉCOLE organizes exhibitions to allow the public to discover jewels and art objects.
These exhibitions always present an original perspective and remarkable expertise.
Discover here our past, current and upcoming exhibitions in Japan.

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Discover the secrets of the jewelry world.

Located at Place Vendôme in Paris, the first and original L’ÉCOLE was established with a goal to share its knowledge with the world. Every year, L’ÉCOLE travels to different destinations to meet its students and offer them, in their country, an a la carte program of courses, talks or exhibitions. L’ÉCOLE regularly comes to Tokyo to invite the public to immerse themselves in the art of jewelry guided by leading experts.

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