RINGS

More than any other piece of jewelry, rings are rich with symbolism and imbued with significance. They can be stunning, outstanding or just a lot of fun.

Wear yours as a sign of love or a commitment to your own individual style. MASSIVESILVER adds a pleasant weight and glow to your finger. Illuminate your presence.

MULTIFUNCTIONAL

One bold design, innumerable ways to be worn. Wrap it around your wrist or ankle, hang it in a single gleaming strand or tie it closer to your neck. All pieces are cast in 925 sterling silver on a leather string. Choose your shapes and make them your own! With something organically pleasant to our eyes and skin in the shiny, weighty smoothness of the elements. Multifunctionals are a fresh and playful way to highlight your presence.

BUCKLES

Belt buckles are an easy way to make a bold statement, no matter what you are wearing. The cool shine of silver can immediately embellish your favorite pair of denims or pull together your best night-on-the-town ensemble.

Mission Minimal

Jil Sander's first solo exhibition ever to take place in a museum will consist of large-scale, multi-media installations and tableaus devoted to the impact of her design approach on the aesthetics, material and form of fashion and product design, architecture and...
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GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS

AI WEIWEI at Washington Square Park, Doris C. Freedman Plaza and throughout New York City (through Feb. 11, 2018) A citywide public art disruption by China’s most important contemporary artist comprises large steel cages uptown and downtown, chain-link fences behind...
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In Chains

Nomadic Prisoner Ourga, Mongolia, 25 July 1913. The nomads of Mongolia developed a justice system to suit their mobile lifestyle. Seen here is a criminal, attached to a chain so heavy as to prevent him from running very far across the empty steppe. At the same time,...
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Rei Kawakubo’s Furniture Exhibited in Paris

Chairs, tables and stools designed by Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo for the brand's stores are going on show at Galerie A1043 in Paris. The gallery, located on Rue de Montmorency, is showcasing 15 pieces of furniture designed by Kawakubo as an "extension of...
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Jan – Michael Quammie

Speed Selector.
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Tilda Swinton

Sølve Sundsbø — Tilda Swinton — Vogue Korea
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Purple Reigns

The Pantone Color Institute has announced a new shade of purple in honor of Prince. The new hue has been dubbed Love Symbol #2, after the singer’s logo and custom-made Yamaha purple piano. Throughout Prince’s career, he became indelibly associated with the color, from...
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Us and Chem

We caught up with skater Blondey McCoy in the final days of his debut exhibition Us and Chem, as he chatted with art curator Hans Ulrich Obrist about mental health, social media, and grannies mistaking you for another kid. Skater and streetwear designer Blondey McCoy...
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Famous People On

26 Famous People on Their Favorite Scented Candles. Ellen DeGeneres “My favorite is Petite Cherie, a lovely aroma that I use in my home and office.” — Elle Decor, August 2014 BuyAnnick Goutal Petite Cherie Perfumed Candle$63, Neiman Marcus Selena Gomez “Before I lived...
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“Jeff Koons Balloons,

I Just Wanna Blow Up" . JAY-Z, photographed performing to over 85,000 fans at the closing of day one of England's "V Festival" at Weston Park in South Staffordshire on Saturday evening. His stage set-up includes a giant Jeff Koons ballon sculpture, and at the end of...
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Everybody Loves Dick

I recently binge-watched “I Love Dick,” having grown intrigued by reading an interview with the male lead, Kevin Bacon, in Esquire. While I enjoyed the show’s trainwreck-y drive, I was struck by the artwork created by Bacon’s character Dick Jarrett, an art instructor...
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Is Fashion Modern? Paola Antonelli’s MoMA Checklist:

• 501 Jeans (Levi’s). 1947 example from the company archive • A-POC Queen Textile (Issey Miyake). Example from MoMA’s collection • Adidas Superstars. 1983 pair from the company archive • Air Force 1s (Nike). Three 1980s pairs, from the Nike company archive and from a...
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The Leader Two

Huang Yulong is one of the new generation of Chinese artists and part of the ‘post-80s generation’ and ‘only child’ generation, Huang is strongly influenced by the phenomenon of foreign culture in China, which he combines with his fascination with pottery and the...
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Replicant 2017

Last night, a Chinatown street hidden underneath the Manhattan Bridge became the scene for Raf Simons’s second men’s wear show in New York, which was largely inspired by the movie “Blade Runner.” “I wanted to have an environment which was very Asian,” Simons said...
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The Jeweller’s Bench

Hand sanding a sterling silver pendant. All of my works are fabricated by me, from beginning to end.
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Arts + Craft

To create stunning handcrafted works of art, Margret Karner uses many of the same tools and techniques as the great master jewelers of the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Construction Time Again

Skylines are super glamorous, city streets -- not so glamorous. You know, when you get, actually to this town it has reality. The horizon, the open road, is very, very glamorous. There are few things more glamorous than the horizon -- except, possibly, multiple...
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Roaming the Streets

of Vienna x Skander Khlif
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T Party

Karl Ammerer und Marcos Valenzuela haben geladen zur Präsentation des Schmucklabels MASSIVESILVER von Margret Karner. Seit 25 Jahren macht das Fashion-Label Tiberius durch unverwechselbare Mode mit einer großen Portion Sex-Appeal von sich reden.  Anziehend für...
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DESERT X

Desert X is a site-specific, contemporary art in the Coachella Valley from February 25 - April 30th, 2017. In the tradition of land-art as a reflection of the dreams and aspirations projected onto the America West, Mirage presents a continually changing encounter in...
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Raise your Art Rate

Part gallery tour, part dance performance, part workout, The Museum Workout is "a tour that leaves its audience-members-slash-participants both sweaty and inspired" (Dance Spirit). After two sold-out runs, the work returns for a limited run because, "turns out, a...
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Africa’s Fashion Elite

Models backstage before a show with the Paris-based Ivorian-French designer Mickael Kra at a hotel in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, during the Moreno Fashion Show in December 2015. Per-Anders Pettersson has spent the last five years documenting the vibrant fashion scene...
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In Between

Ahn Kyuchul is a Korean sculpture and installation artist, writer and teacher. He has taken a different path to the circle of Korean sculptors who mainly work on decorative art and monumental sculptures, preferring instead to work with mundane objects like the hammer,...
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Punch & Co. // TIBERIUS WIEN

Punsch & Co. Der Geruch nach Zimt ist in der Luft. Das bedeutet es ist wieder Zeit für Punsch & Co bei Tiberius. Wir können es kaum erwarten Karl´s traditionellen, selbstgemachten Orangenpunsch zu genießen. Um die Wartezeit zu verkürzen und unseren Kunden...

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“OVAL BUDDHA SILVER” – Takashi Murakami

A Collaboration with Nobuo Tsuji and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Contemporary works by Takashi Murakami, one of the most imaginative and important artists working today, are juxtaposed with treasures from the MFA’s renowned collection of Japanese art. The...

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In Chains

Nomadic Prisoner Ourga, Mongolia, 25 July 1913. The nomads of Mongolia developed a justice system to suit their mobile lifestyle. Seen here is a criminal, attached to a chain so heavy as to prevent him from running very far across the empty steppe. At the same time,...

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U.S. Girls “Mad As Hell”

U.S. Girls’ New Single “Mad As Hell” Is The Song Every Woman Needs Right Now "Mad as hell" is an apt way to describe being a woman in today’s world. Meg Remy, as U.S. Girls, channels those frustrations and disappointments with current politics into a disco-pop number...

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MOMA: Is Fashion Modern?

New York's Museum of Modern Art is opening its first fashion-only show in over 70 years, telling the stories of the garments and accessories that form the foundation of how we dress today. Items: Is Fashion Modern? fills the entire sixth floor of the museum, and...

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Silver Tongue

Such a sad way to lose someone (oh yes it is) To live by "better said than done" The song you dance, then hide your gun From those who buy the silver from your tongue – Prince –

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The Age of Reflective

according to Arcade Fire. "Our age is essentially one of understanding and reflection, without passion, an age which flies into enthusiasm for a moment only to decline back into indolence." Soren Kierkegaard https://youtu.be/HO_rrobMKfY

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Gather the Flower Girls

On a tiny farm in Washington State, one woman’s floral workshops have become something of a sensation. In 2013, Erin Benzakein was a moderately successful flower farmer in Washington’s Skagit Valley, about an hour north of Seattle. She and her husband, Chris, met in...

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CHANEL – X

Steve Miller uses x – rays to take a fresh look at the beauty of nature. The New York artist occasionally incorporates man made objects in this case a CHANEL handbag from his X – Ray fashion series.

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Too Much is Never Enough

Learn how to make The Sound of Silver Cocktail from Captain Jane Danger. Great summer drink. Happy Memorial Day! https://youtu.be/eXu1UO0khA4

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Wings of Desire

30th anniversary of Wim Wender's most important movie. For Wings of Desire, Wenders won awards for Best Director at both the Cannes Film Festival and European Film Awards. The film was a critical and financial success, and academics have interpreted it as a statement...

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Ag

Keith Enevoldsen created an Interactive Periodic Table of Elements. As you might expect, the table shows the name, symbol, and atomic number of each element. But even better, it illustrates the main way in which we use, or come into contact with, each element in...

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Bunch of Kunst

Sleaford Mods film rips Austerity Britain a fresh one. Plugged into disaffection … Sleaford Mods in Bunch of Kunst We know about British bands making it big in their 20s – but what about in their 40s? Christine Franz’s excellent documentary about Sleaford Mods shows...

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TIBERIUS VIENNA

Karl Ammerer und Marcos Valenzuela freuen sich, Sie anlässlich der Präsentation des Schmuck Labels MASSIVESILVER von Margret Karner   am Dienstag, den 23. Mai 2017, 19.00 Uhr bei Tiberius, Lindengasse 2, 1070 Wien   sehr herzlich einzuladen.   Seit 25 Jahren macht das...

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Takuro Kuwata

Japanese ceramic techniques and aesthetic principles, both traditional and experimental, form the foundation for Takuro Kuwata’s otherworldly objects & vessels. His creations push the ancient medium to a riotous extreme, dancing between pop and Kogei (traditional...

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Start With the Block Model

Frank Gehry talks architecture. The online education startup that has produced courses in various disciplines with such high-profile practitioner-teachers as David Mamet, Herbie Hancock, Jane Goodall, Steve Martin, and Werner Herzog, has readied a rich opportunity to...

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A truly disarming debut of open-hearted melancholic splendour. To attract attention in a crowded marketplace, the most common practice is to make a lot of noise. In the music industry, this means as much pre-release hype as possible. It’s...

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“Love is a Hurting Thing,”

Meg Remy will release her new album as U.S. Girls, Half Free, on September 25 and she’s just shared the video for new single “Window Shades.” The song is maybe the most striking on the LP (which, loaded with great songs, is one of 2015’s best) and a stunner of a...

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SPOILS

Watch Cate Blanchett's Warped Face in New Massive Attack Video. Directed by John Hillcoat, the clip features Blanchett's head rotating against a black background as Sandoval's lithe voice drifts over Massive Attack's brooding production. At first, the actress...

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Hawkwind – Silver Machine (Live With Lemmy)

Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister, founding member and singer in the British heavy metal band Motörhead, has died at the age of 70. Lemmy, born Ian Fraser Kilmister, formed Motörhead in 1975 and was its only constant member, as singer and bassist. The band released 23 studio...

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Christmas F***ing Miracle

Run the Jewels – That was me in BK on Atlantic Never looked both ways, ran in traffic Pops went away but I stayed, vagrant Placed where the steel and cement became nature https://youtu.be/OQ5rI461KNE

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