Marc Monzó

Spain, b.1973

Marc Monzó lives and works in Spain. He studied jewellery, engraving and sculpture at the Massana School in Barcelona and has had his work represented and shown internationally since 1997. Working directly with materials such as gold, silver, steel and plastics, he explores a fascination with everyday objects and their interconnecting relationships. His most recent exhibitions with Gallery Funaki have included 2013’s New Edition and his joint 2012 show with Kiko Gianocca, On Second Thoughts.

“The craft provides a base. Jewels are the tool, the larger project lies in the attempt to understand. Pieces appear according to the most immediate needs, which turn the manipulated matter into a map of reality.”

Marc Monzó



Big solitaire (brooch), 2006, silver, zircon

More work by Marc Monzó

Colour Eclipse by Marc Monzó Colour Eclipse, 2011, aluminium, silver, paint
1 point earrings by Marc Monzó 1 point earrings, ongoing edition, blackened silver / plain silver / 18k gold
Star earrings by Marc Monzó Star earrings, ongoing edition, 18k gold, diamonds
Globe brooch by Marc Monzó Globe brooch, 2012, brass, nickel
Pink line rings by Marc Monzó Pink line rings, ongoing edition , 18k rose gold, diamonds
Hoops bracelet by Marc Monzó Hoops bracelet, 2006 - present, plastic, sterling silver
Flat brooch by Marc Monzó Flat brooch, ongoing edition, silver, paint
1mm earrings (6 tips) by Marc Monzó 1mm earrings (6 tips), ongoing edition, 18k gold
1mm rings by Marc Monzó 1mm rings, ongoing edition , 18k gold
1mm brooches by Marc Monzó 1mm brooches, 2006-7, 18k gold, paint
Flat ring by Marc Monzó Flat ring, ongoing edition, sterling silver
Hook earrings by Marc Monzó Hook earrings, ongoing edition, 18k gold
1mm earrings (8 tips) by Marc Monzó 1mm earrings (8 tips), ongoing edition, 18k gold
Black star brooch by Marc Monzó Black star brooch, 2006-7, steel, silver
Microring by Marc Monzó Microring, 2005-7, 18k gold, synthetic stones

Exhibitions

On Second Thoughts

September 25 to October 20, 2012

The jewellery of Kiko Gianocca (Switzerland) and Marc Monzó (Spain) is born of a need to make sense of the temporality, connectedness and the personal.