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New York City’s MAD Museum Featuring Emerging Designers in Weeklong Jewelry Sale

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The curator selected the designs after months of research.

The 16th edition of a weeklong sale called “LOOT: Mad About Jewelry” has opened at the MAD (Museum of Arts and Design) Museum in New York City, writes Observer. The article says that 44 artists from 17 different countries were selected by curator Bryna Pomp after months of research. The show’s mission is to “provide increased visibility for emerging artists” while also serving as a venue for commerce that aims to feel more like an “art gallery than open bazaar.”

See a selection of the jewelry for sale at Observer

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