Artistic peculiarities of jewellery in Ukraine at the beginning of the 21st century. Concepts of morphogenesis




art jewelry, jewelry, alternative materials, European context, forming, plastic, style, concept, implementation of technological features, blacksmith jewelry, ceramic, leading artists, work, personalities, creative method


The article reveals the tendencies in development of contemporary art jewelry in Ukraine in 2000-2015. The feature of jewelry art of the last third of XX - beginning of XXI century in Ukraine is a parallel activity of three generations of artists, which apply to different materials, imaginative solutions in decorations. During 2000-2015, modern Ukrainian decorative applied art reached a new level, there was a galaxy of young artists who interpret a new jewelry and possess strong position in the European artistic space. Alternative or avant-garde thinking was closer to the young generation of jewelry artists 2000-2015 years, in their works away from the trend of creating independent objects and materials for jewelry. On the example of creativity of young leading artists (O. Ivasuta, O. Buyvidt, M. Kotelnytska, O. Savchuk, A. Bolukh and other) here is an analysis of the main conceptual foundations, common and distinctive features in the work of masters. In the article is given the conditions for the formation of art jewelry in Ukraine with the obligatory focus on the concepts of classic jewelry and new art jewelry with using of alternative materials. New generation of artists is working with alterantive material in jewellery. Experiments in jewellery bring new forms and view in this art. The peculiarities of formation environments emergence jewelry not precious alternative materials and their relationship with fine and decorative art. The attention in the article is focused on the properties of alternative materials in modern jewelry in the works of leading artists.



How to Cite

Kravchenko М. (2021). Artistic peculiarities of jewellery in Ukraine at the beginning of the 21st century. Concepts of morphogenesis. TEXT AND IMAGE: ESSENTIAL PROBLEMS IN ART HISTORY, 1(7).



Modern and Contemporary art