kayo saito exhibition

2018.11.15. thu -18.sun / 22. thu - 25. sun
During exhibitions, business days are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

MIN jewelry & crafts will be holding ``kayo saito exhibition,'' the first solo exhibition in Japan by British-based jewelry artist Kayo Saito.


``Plants have their own beauty in every process.
It starts with the soft color of the new buds, then the flowers wither and the leaves wither.
Even so, I feel a trace of dignified vitality. ”

I imagined the waving petals of a flower when it blooms and its scent.
Blossom collection,
Inspired by the beautiful and humorous shape of the pod that remains after fulfilling its role of protecting the species.
This exhibition focuses on the Seedpod collection, each piece created by hand.
Introducing unique jewelry


Each piece is cut and shaped by hand from a board.
Therefore, this is a rare opportunity to see original jewelry in Japan, where no two pieces are the same.

On the first day, we will prepare sweets and drinks with plant motifs inspired by this work.
We'll be expecting you. Please take this opportunity to take a look.
*During this period, there will be no artist in the gallery.

✏︎ kayo saito
After graduating from the Royal College of Art, a national art university in London, he is a Japanese designer based in the UK who has won various awards. Inspired by the vitality and transience of natural and organic objects, he creates sculptural works that exude a unique delicacy.

Kayo Saito is the Japanese designer based in England, who won several jewelry awards after graduating from the master course in a state-run Royal college of Art in London. Being inspired from the vital force and evanescence of natural or organic object, she exhibit one and only delicate sculptural work of art. awards

Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust Award
Shortlist of the Art Foundation Fellowship award in Jewelery
'Development Award' Crafts Council
Jannet Fitch Jewelery award, finalist of George Little Management,LLC international Marketing Award, Chelsea Crafts Fair
Peggy Ross Prize, New Ashgate Gallery
Commended, Fashion Jewelery section, Goldsmith Company Award
First prize, Bombay Sapphire Martini glass competition

selected exhibitions
Bloomin' Jewels, CAA, London
TEFAF Maastricht 2013, presented by Adrian Sassoon
COLLECT, Saatchi Gallery, presented by Adrian Sassoon
'Victoria's Seacret 2015' London fashion show, Earls Court
Masters of Modern Jewelery, curated by Joanna Hardy, Beetles + Huxley, London
Kazumi Nagano et Kayo Saito, Orfeo, Luxembourg
Gold: Power and Allure 4500years of Gold treasures from across Britain Goldsmiths Hall, London
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