Valerie Goodman Gallery Presents 

A celebration of creative alchemy featuring 

Jewelry by Jacques Jarrige ~ Photographs by Alex Korolkovas 

Opening Tuesday, November 13th with a reception from 5–9 pm, Valerie Goodman Gallery presents EVES, a collaborative exhibition featuring sinuous jewelry by Parisian sculptor Jacques Jarrige alongside photographs celebrating Jarrige’s jewelry, by Brazilian native Alex Korolkovas, which depict three dynamic women adorned with the wearable art. The event will be a lively, multi-faceted presentation: the jewelry — a collection of animated ribbons and curls in hammered brass, gold-plated brass and silver; the photographs — Korolkovas’s three muses in images from ethereal to edgy, an opportunity to meet and mingle with the artists and models, refreshments, and at 7pm, a panel discussion with the participating talents. 

Jacques Jarrige,  "Flora" Gold Necklace, 2016. Gold plated, hand hammered brass.
Alex Korolkovas, Untitled #5. Inspired by the collection of sculptural jewelry by Jacques Jarrige.

Jacques Jarrige,  "Fiori" Gold Plated Earrings, 2016. Gold plated, hand hammered brass.

Jacques Jarrige,  "Meanders" Gold Plated Bracelet, 2016. Gold plated, hand hammered brass.

Korolkovas’ muses are Lara Gerin, a Brazilian model and stylist; Mari Malek, former Sudanese refugee now supermodel, who founded Stand For Education, an organization seeking to empower underprivileged children through education and arts with special focus on girls, as well as building schools in South Sudan; and Diandra Forrest, an African-American model and actress with albinism, who is an ambassador for Salif Keita’s Global Foundation, an international network dedicated to raising awareness about albinism and its associated issues.

A portion of the sales of Jarrige’s jewelry and Korolkovas’ photographs will benefit the two organizations. The exhibit runs until January 22, 2019.

Jacques Jarrige,  "Halo" Necklace, 2016. Hand hammered Sterling silver.

Jacques Jarrige,  "Isadora" Gold Plated Necklace, 2016. Gold plated, hand hammered brass.


Valerie Goodman discovers exceptional artists, unleashes their creativity and introduces their work to the world. Working through the Valerie Goodman Gallery, various museums and important international art events, Goodman develops and markets programs focused on expanding the reach of the arts.

For additional information please contact:

Valerie Goodman Gallery

315 East 91st Street, New York, NY