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11/10/2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 – (Happy) PEOPLE & PICS

Classé dans : BARCELONA,Gigi MARIANI (IT),JOYA — bijoucontemporain @ 22:02

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –  Art Jewellery Fair, October 9, 10 and 11, 2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –
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I’m not used to post pictures about me, but here, more than a picture of me – with jeweller Gigi Mariani during JOYA 2014, it’s a picture of JOY, of GIOIA, of JOYA (playing with words ….)
The pleasure of the meeting, the news & jokes exchanged, and a pure moment of HAPPINESS for Gigi Mariani who had just WON the price of JOYA Barcelona – Joyería Contemporánea 2014
Gigi Mariani & bibi - JOYA 2014
(thousands thanks to Thereza Pedrosa for this great picture !)
If you want to spend a « PEOPLE moment », you can have a look at my pictures taken during JOYA on my Facebook page here
PS : I’m wearing one of the gorgeous necklaces by Dora Haralambaki and  a Gustav Reyes incredible bracelet :-)

08/02/2010

Bonjour & WELCOME ! :-)

Classé dans : Arcangelo BUNGARO (IT),nacre/coquillage,Non classé — bijoucontemporain @ 4:22

Passionnée de bijoux, admirative de tout ce savoir-faire, à défaut de savoir créer moi-même, je souhaiterais mieux faire connaître les créateurs de bijoux contemporains, partager mes coups de coeur, transmettre l’information quant aux expositions, lieux où rencontrer « du bijou » (galeries, magasins…), les « bouquins » à voir (en ce qui concerne les LIVRES sur le Bijou, voir mon « board » Pinterest )

(Jewelry BOOKS board on Pinterest)

Books graphics

La France n’est pas très « amie-amie » avec les créateurs de bijoux ! Elle a la « Place Vendôme », et puis ….

Comme le dit joliment « Quibus31″, un créateur de bijoux, sur le site de La Manufacture « en France ….il y a la cour des grands, la verroterie …. et le désert de Gobi entre les deux…. »

Il faut déjà savoir que lorsqu’on parle « bijou » il y a trois grands domaines : la joaillerie (or, diamants et pierres précieuses pour schématiser), la « bijouterie fantaisie » (généralement fabriquée en masse) et enfin le « bijou de création », fait, lui, à la main et en séries limitées. De plus le « bijou de création »peut être fait à partir de n’importe quel matériau, l’or, le diamant si l’on veut, mais aussi le papier, les plastiques, tissus, objets de récupération, etc etc  ….

Ici, c’est du « bijou de création » que je souhaite parler !

Peu développé et peu connu en France, parce que peu de galeries, à priori pas de formation spécifique « création bijoux » (parce que, tout simplement, à la base, il n’est pas défini, identifié, dans la liste officielle des Métiers d’Arts, ce qui implique beaucoup de choses : pas de statut, pas de formation, pas de Syndicat ou d’Association nationale, etc etc … on tourne en rond !)  pas de grande « messe » annuelle, pas de presse spécifique, et même dans la presse dite « féminine » il est rarissime de trouver mention de créateurs de bijoux !

donc, ta-taaam ! me voilà !!! :-) )

Marianne Gassier

Arcangelo BUNGARO -bague - 2002Arcangelo BUNGARO -bague coquillage

(bague d’Arcangelo Bungaro (Italie) – coquillage et … nooon pas crustacés ! perles & argent)

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07/02/2010

Quelques idées de recherches ….

Classé dans : Arek WOLSKI (PL),Non classé — bijoucontemporain @ 2:01

Hors les noms de créateurs, de galeries, d’expositions, etc …. parfois j’ai un « petit délire » …. :-)
Voici quelques-uns des thèmes de recherche (à taper avec les guillemets) :

(some suggestions of searches, other than on name, gallery, exhibition …. to type with the double quotes !)

Arek Wolski, Brooch, 2011Arek Wolski - brooch 2011

* les « PIEDS » …. hé oui ! quelques »portraits en pieds » de créateurs …. et les mains aussi : « HANDS … * « MAINS …. MANI …. MANOS …. »
* « ENVIRONNEMENT MODERNE« 
* « Concrètement, vous avez quoi ? » (bijoux en ciment/ jewelry with concrete)
*question/jewels with a HOLE : « BIJOUX with a HOLE …. » & « Des P’tits trous, encore des p’tits trous …. »
* « bien surveiller les/ses ARRIERES !!«  (behind ?)
* « Prier pour tous ces SEINS » …. (nipples’ jewelry)
* « Cheveu un bijou !!! » (HAIR jewelry…)
* « Enfoncer le CLOU » (jewelry with nails)
* « Dans 5 secondes votre bijou s’autodetruira …. » (vivre & laisser mourir ….autodesctruction)
* « se faire un FILM »
* « cochon«  (piggy …)
* « bijoux érotiques«  (erotica … AH !)
* « BANG BANG« 
* « La vie en rose«  (pinky)
* « ….. et plonger dans le grand BLEU !«  (got the BLUES !)
* la « ROUILLE«  (rusty things)
* « Allez ! DU GALET !«  (pebble jewelry)
* « CIGARETTES«  (smoke or not smoke ?)
* Pour les « bijoux-nourritures-terrestres » (« feeding » jewelry …) voir les articles :  « Ah le joli temps des colliers de pâtes !…« , « TOUT est bon dans le COCHON !!« , « MIAM ! des bijoux ! « , «avoir la PATATE»…..
* « Asian Menu« 
* « Nature Jewelry« 
* « la religion ??????« 
* « Nos amis les bêtes » ou « au poil !«  (animals fur)
* « atout coeur«  (heart)
* « FELT FELT FELT« 
* « BLANC BLANC BLANC«  (white)
* « ANATOMY » ou « CORPS en morceaux«  (body/anatomy)
* « COUP de … ROUGE«  (RED)
* « Flower Power« 
* « BLACK is BEAUTIFUL« 
* « Linge de maison«  (jewelry with linen)
* « Virus de la COMPARAISON« 
* « CACALAND«  (poo-land ….)
* « l’ECRITURE«  (writing …)
* « Avoir la PATATE«  (potatoes)
* « Bijoux empaquetés« 
* « Mon truc en PLUMES«  (feathers)
* « SOLITAIRE look« …………………. (not only diamonds …)

24/10/2014

EXPO ‘Émaux at this Moment’ – Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal (CA) – 17 Oct -16 Nov 2014

Émaux at this Moment - Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h

Émaux at this Moment: International Exhibition of Contemporary Enamel Jewelry and Objects

Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h - ‎ÉMAUX AT THIS MOMENT - https://www.facebook.com/events/321732944665641/permalink/321735397998729/ - - - X
Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h presents contemporary enamel work by 23 international artists. Curated by Jamie Bennett, renowned American jewelry artist, this exhibition offers an overview of the current use of enamel in contemporary jewelry and objects.
Opening reception: Friday, October 17, 2014, 5-8pm

Émaux at this Moment - Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h - Annamaria Zanella Brooch: Little Butterfly, 2011 Silver, rock crystal, enamel, gold]Annamaria Zanella Brooch: Little Butterfly, 2011 Silver, rock crystal, enamel, gold
«This exhibition was conceived to point at a particular phenomenon that is occurring in contemporary jewelry internationally. Enamel as color, surface and image has been reinvigorated and to some degree reinvented as a significant material used by jewelers and metalsmiths internationally. While jewelry has certainly been the primary benefactor and represents the larger part of this exhibition, there has also been a great shift in its use on vessels and tile work. For most of the twentieth century enamel was defined and executed in very specific processes, such as cloisonné, champlevé and Limoges, all very traditional and refined. Modernism did have its influence on more gestural enamel work in the mid fifties and early sixties but even that became formulaic and predictable.
The advent of experimentation with a wide range of materials used by jewelers from the late 20th century to where we are today brought a new curiosity and interest in enamel as a material and not a specific process related to it. The qualities of enamel that drew interest were the inherent characteristics of a vitreous powder that needed a substrate of metal, onto which it melted, flowed and hardened. These became the defining properties jewelers and metalsmiths were interested in without the boundaries of particular processes. The use of enamel by jewelers in this exhibition can be quite raw and in other cases well rendered, but each piece demonstrates a willingness and determination to see what this material can do well.
Contemporary jewelry has for some decades witnessed a shift toward a more democratic use of materials, where plastic stands beside gold, and coal replaces diamonds. Traditional materials were traded in or juxtaposed with materials that possessed a more abstracted value. While the seed of this shift was in part socio/ political and an attempt to rid contemporary jewelry of its status as a symbol of luxury, the qualities of the “new” materials themselves began to manifest their own presence in the work. All materials have inherent meaning, but they also have a visual presence that can be used to reinforce what we think jewelry can be and should be. Enamel as a material and a practice has and will continue to hold qualities that contribute to the field of jewelry and metalwork. It is very exciting to see work from all corners of the world where one material has gained a new momentum and its appearance has been adjusted to fulfill our needs from jewelry and metalwork today. To borrow a phrase from painting, enamel is not dead, it has many ways of occuring and that is clearly apparent in the jewelry and metalwork in EMAUX AT THIS MOMENT.»
Jamie Bennett,  Exhibition curator
Stephen Bottomley Brooch: Black on red, Enamel, steel, rubber - Émaux at this MomentStephen Bottomley Brooch: Black on red, Enamel, steel, rubber
Sarah Perkins Brooch: Vertical Black Drusy, 2014 Copper, silver, enamel, drusy - Émaux at this MomentSarah Perkins Brooch: Vertical Black Drusy, 2014 Copper, silver, enamel, drusy
Silvia Walz Brooch: Still life with scissors 1, Copper, enamel - Émaux at this MomentSilvia Walz Brooch: Still life with scissors 1, Copper, enamel

Artist list

Johan van Aswegen — Atsuko Bauman — Kate Bauman Mess –Alicia Jane Boswell –  Stephen Bottomley – Helen Carnac – Bettina Dittlmann –  Carolina GimenoArthur HashKaori Juzu Heejoo Kim –  Stefano Marchetti  – Myra Mimlitsch-Gray — Qu Megnan — Sarah Perkins — Philip SajetBarbara SeidenathBettina SpecknerJessica TurrellGraziano Visintin –  Silvia Walz  — Annamaria Zanella – Jamie Bennett

 Jessica Turrell Necklace: Untitled, 2014 Vitreous enamel on etched copper, silver - Émaux at this MomentJessica Turrell Necklace: Untitled, 2014 Vitreous enamel on etched copper, silver
Carolina Gimeno Necklace: Portable Pleasures – When intimacy become public, Socks, copper, enamel, leather, silver - Émaux at this MomentCarolina Gimeno Necklace: Portable Pleasures – When intimacy become public, Socks, copper, enamel, leather, silver
Barbara Seidenath Brooch: Twisted, Sterling, enamel on fine silver 2012 - Émaux at this MomentBarbara Seidenath Brooch: Twisted, Sterling, enamel on fine silver 2012
Alicia Jane Boswell Brooch: SNAG, 2013 Enamel on steel, green turquoise, CZ, sterling silverAlicia Jane Boswell Brooch: SNAG, 2013 Enamel on steel, green turquoise, CZ, sterling silver
Arthur Hash Brooch: Untitled, 2014 Sterling silver, enamel, copper, stainless steel - Émaux at this MomentArthur Hash Brooch: Untitled, 2014 Sterling silver, enamel, copper, stainless steel
4836 Bd St Laurent,
Montréal, QC H2T 1R5, Canada
Téléphone :+1 514-840-9362

21/10/2014

AUTOR Contemporary Jewelry Fair – AUTOR 12 – Casa Universitarilor, Bucarest (Romania) – 1-2 Nov. 2014

Classé dans : AUTOR,Roumanie (RO),Salon — bijoucontemporain @ 21:58

It’s official! AUTOR 12 – the autumn edition will take place in Casa Universitarilor (Dionisie Lupu, 46) on . The best designers, the most spectacular jewelry and lots of fun and surprises. And don’t forget about the AUTOR Awards.

AUTOR connects you through contemporary jewelry. Stay connected, join & share the event!

 

 AUTOR 12 -

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 Irina Moise - PINKMOSS  Irina Moise – PINKMOSS  « I like change, I always did. I think it represents this period of my life and I think I’m doing it consciously. »

 Viktor Pavlov Viktor Pavlov – “Fascinated by the qualities and the symbolical meaning of the gems I asked myself: why could not be created pieces of jewels having these characteristics but without using the real material of precious stones?”

Elena RistovskaElena Ristovska – « I had one thing on my mind while I was creating this collection, to create a new planet. This planet is a place where, just for a brief moment you can hear your own voice, you can feel balanced rhythm of your heartbeat. »

 Velislava Urieva BozhinovaVelislava Urieva Bozhinova « With my work I want to represent the relationship between human and nature. Nature as an inspiration for the organic shapes of my works and the ready mades created by the human are the main keywords for my concept. »

 Raluca Buzura Raluca Buzura – “Being structured as an organized person, I wanted this time to go beyond and push my feelings to an irregular type of construction. It was more like an experiment over me, how much can you detach from a habit, a pattern that you got used to?”

 

 

Casa Universitarilor
Dionisie Lupu, 46
Bucarest
http://www.dautor.ro
hello@dautor.ro

 

 

20/10/2014

EXPO ‘Tanel Veenre: Simply Too Naturesque’ – Putti Art Gallery, Rīga (Latvia/lettonie) – 30 Oct-15 Nov 2014

Tanel Veenre: Simply Too Naturesque

Art Gallery PUTTI presents Tanel Veenre’s personal exhibition “Simply Too Naturesque* » as a part of Riga Fashion Week Estonian contemporary artists.

Tanel_ veenre too naturesque

« I am against nature. I don’t dig nature at all. I think nature is very unnatural. I think the truly natural things are dreams, which nature can’t touch with decay.Bob Dylan
« I am not sure where to draw the line. The only thing I know is what I feel. And it`s urge, it`s call of creating. So all the forms are gowing out of my fingers like grass from the ground. Until my art becomes nature, human nature.
I am not copying, neither denying or defeating nature. It`s more like echoing it, filtering it through my inner soils. So it becaomes couture – but as Goethe has put: « The unnatural, that too is natural ».
Let it be then burlesque, arabesque and baroque – nature full of itself. Naturesque* « .
Tanel Veenre

*Urban Dictionary: An adjective that describes something very attractive in nature, something that has striking natural beauty and is acellent in the world.

 Tanel Veenre

 

Tanel Veenre (1977) has graduated from Estonian Academy of Arts, Metal Art Department (2001). As an guest-student he has studied at at Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Jewellery Design department (1997 – 1998) under professor Ruudt Peter. Since 2005 the artist has worked as a lecturer at Estonian Academy of Arts, Metal Art Department and since 2012 he also gives lectures at the Design faculty. Since 1994 Tanel Veenre has been surprisingly on a European scale very active in exhibiting his works not only in fashon weeks and performances but also in the field of contemporary jewellery. His art is exhibited at Estonian History Museum and Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, as well as in gallery Espace Solidor, (Cagnes-sur-Mer, France) and foundation Rotasa Collection Trust (California, USA) collections.
 

Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 – Rīga
Latvia
Telephone: +371 67214229
Fax: +371 67214230

website: www.putti.lv
mail: gallery@putti.lv

 

18/10/2014

EXPO ‘Give Me A Spoon’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 2 Oct.-9 Nov. 2014

Give Me A Spoon - – ATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand)

« Give Me A Spoon” is the result of a challenge proposed by the curator Vipoo Srivilasa, in his residence at Canada. Vipoo Srivilasa wanted to withdraw the artists from their comfort zone, translating their practice into a new kind of work. The result are very different pieces, with a mix of techniques and processes but they’re all spoons.

Give Me A Spoon - - ATTA Gallery

 » It all started in September 2013 with my residency in Canada, where I challenged all of the residents to a spoon competition. The spoons created during this competition travelled to an exhibition in Kansas City and are now off to Boston with my OBJECT: SPOON project.
As all this was happening, ATTA Gallery saw a potential of a spoon exhibition in Bangkok.
I am excited to work with ATTA Gallery to stage an exhibition that explores the notion of spoon as wearable art. The exhibition features artists who work in different media from around the world. The idea is to challenge artists to create something that they do not normally create and exercise their creativity by translating their practice into a new kind of work. Most importantly, it is for the artists to have fun! »  Vipoo Srivilasa, Curator

 

Artist list

Albert Yonathan Setyawan — Atty Tantivit — Caroline Cheng — Chumpon Utayophat –  Cyrus Tang — David Clarke — Gabriella Bisetto & Christopher Boha — Jorge Manilla — Hadrian Mendoza — Louise Saxton — M.L. Pawinee Sukhaswasdi Santisiri — Marianne Hallberg — Maureen Williams — Mutlu Baskaya — Nayoung Im — Nucharin Wangpongsawasd — Poly Nikolopoulou — Pornprasert Ryo Yamazaki — Prang Lerttaweewit — Prayut Sirikul –  Simon Cottrell — Takeng Pattanopas & Pim Sudhikam – Tithi KutchamuchUlrich Reithofer — Vicki Grima — Vinit Koosolmanomai — Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch — Yiumsiri Vantanapindu — Yusee Kensaku

David Clarke, Spoon,David Clarke, Spoon - Pewter,  EPNS (Electroplated Nickel Silver Spoon)

 Jorge Manilla Spoon: Untitled, SilverJorge Manilla Spoon: Untitled, Silver

Prayut Sirikul Spoon: Embroidery Beads, silverPrayut Sirikul Spoon: Embroidery Beads, silver

Simon Cottrell Spoon: Untitled Silver +10% Zinc alloy, Monel, Recycled woven nylon cordSimon Cottrell Spoon: Untitled Silver +10% Zinc alloy, Monel, Recycled woven nylon cord

Gabriella Bisetto and Christopher Boha Spoon: Untitled Glass and magnetGabriella Bisetto and Christopher Boha Spoon: Untitled Glass and magnet

Yiumsiri Kaï Vantanapindu wearable spoonsYiumsiri Kaï Vantanapindu wearable spoons

 

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

 

 

 

17/10/2014

EXPO ‘Attai Chen’ – Four Gallery, Göteborg (SE) – 10 Oct.-8 Nov. 2014

Classé dans : Attai CHEN (IL),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Four (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 22:33

Attai Chen observes nature’s on going process of birth and aging, consumption, decay and finally rebirth. Chen’s work captures this life cycle and the result is a timeless immortal beauty.

In nature I have observed, and always been intrigued by the cyclical motion of growth aiming for and reaching the fleeting moment of its realization, the subsequent consummation of this moment, decay and a new beginning” – Attai Chen

Welcome to the opening Friday October 10th, 17.00-21.00

  Attai Chen

Attai Chen neckpieceAttai Chen - detail of the necklaceAttai Chen – detail of the necklace

Attai ChenAttai Chen brooch

Attai Chen Attai Chen brooch

 

 

Four

Nordhemsgatan 74,
Göteborg – Sweden
Tel +46 73 086 42 49

15/10/2014

EXPO ‘Distant Relations: Jewelry between East and West’ – Two Cities Gallery, Shanghai (China) – 7-29 Oct. 2014

Distant Relations: Jewelry between East and West -
Two Cities Gallery (Shanghai)
Management: Shannon Guo and Anja Eichler

The exhibition establishes the connections between the East and West. Despite the distance, the show reveals how sometimes we’re close to the distant ones and how jewellery makes this bridge between continents. Distant Relations: Jewelry between East and West

 This Jewelry Exhibition consists of 15 International and Chinese artists. The five young Chinese artists have studied abroad and adapted the Western philosophy of contemporary jewelry concept, and they are trying to create their works with their own cultural Chinese heritage. On the other hand, some of our Western artists on exhibit had lived in China or other cultures and were influenced by the globalization of our modern world.

Artists:  Brigitte Adolph — Alice Bo-Wen ChangEsther BrinkmannBifei Cao – Xiang Dai — Laura DeakinAnja EichlerMing Gu – Jutta Haase — Peter HogeboomJulia Maria Künnap Jorge ManillaKarin Roy Anderson – Lei Shen — Shiqian Zhao

Karin Roy Andersson - Catching Big Fish, 2013 - Recycled plastics, textileKarin Roy Andersson – Catching Big Fish, 2013 Recycled plastics, textile

Karin Roy Andersson - Catching Big Fish, 2013 - Recycled plastics, textileKarin Roy Andersson

 Ming GUMing Gu

Esther Brinkmann - broochesEsther Brinkmann – brooches

Alice Bo-Wen ChangAlice Bo-Wen Chang

   Peter Hoogeboom, Necklace, "red lantern" 2014Peter Hoogeboom, Necklace, « red lantern » 2014

Laura Deakin - Pearl SeriesLaura Deakin – Pearl Series

 

Two Cities Gallery  
20 Shaoxing Road   (is a 5 minute walk north of Metro Line 9, Dapuqiao station)
200020 -  Shanghai

website: www.twocitiesgallery.com
mail: info@twocitiesgallery.com

 

13/10/2014

EXPO ‘MELANIE ISVERDING : Tiptoe on Clouds’ – Galerie Rob Koudijs, Amsterdam (NL) – 13 Sept.-25 Oct. 2014

MELANIE ISVERDING : Tiptoe on Clouds

 

There is something about the jewellery pieces of Melanie Isverding. They pose many questions. Are the big, clear-cut shapes only referring to themselves, or to something beyond the piece itself, like some sort of scale models? Does the familiar vernacular of the goldsmith still have any eloquence nowadays? What remains of the trditional concept of value in contemporary jewellery: the precious stones and pearls used in Isverding’s work have been pulverized, they retain their colours and sparkle, but lose their conventional shape and economic value. And perhaps the most important question of all: why would you wear such a piece of jewellery?

Even though you’re not instantly aware of it, Isverding touches in her work upon many fundamental issues. The only aspect that is beyond discussion is the level of perfection she strives for. Her work is made with the utmost care: all surfaces, every connection, each joint, both front- and backside: all details get the same meticulous attention. This is what craft can mean in this day and age, without referring to classic models or shrinking from the use of computer drawings or the occasional application – when beneficial – of industrial methods like lasercutting.

Every piece in the exhibition has the same title: Cavea (followed by a consecutive number). So still more questions, for it is a elusive notion. The word refers to a hollow space: perhaps best described in this case as the receptor of our imagination; but there must be more to it. Is this Cavea based on seedpods, or is it a kind of cage or a show-box? And then, what might be the intention behind the element that the perforated parts are connected to or hanging from? Is the work about inside or outside, protecting or exposing, observing or being watched, theater or intimacy?

That Isverding’s pieces are so convincing is for a substancial part due to the fact that they remain an enigma. It is also the reason why it is rewarding to relate to them and to wear them: it is challenging work. Made up from straight forward, univocal shapes, every piece seems a paragon of rationality and lucidity. Yet, there are always seeds of doubt, due to the juxtaposition of the elements, their reciprocal proportions, and seemingly irrational additions. It’s a justified doubt, for Isverding considers her work to be a place filled with longing, expectations and memories. She invites you to conscientiously enter an elusive world; as if you’re allowed to walk tiptoe on the clouds… Ward Schrijver  (© Galerie Rob Koudijs)

 Melanie Isverding - brooch cavea 36 (backside) - 2014Melanie Isverding -brooch (back) cavea 36 – 2014 -silver, enamel, hematite, pearls, glimmer, lacquer

Melanie Isverding - brooch cavea 35 - 2014Melanie Isverding – brooch cavea 35 – 2014 - silver, enamel, azurite, glimmer, lacquer

Melanie Isverding - brooch cavea 35 (back) - 2014 - silver, enamel, azurite, glimmer, lacquerMelanie Isverding - brooch cavea 35 (back) – 2014 – silver, enamel, azurite, glimmer, lacquer

 Melanie Isverding Necklace: Cavea 38, 2014 Silver, enamel, crushed pyrite and smoky quartz, lacquer 32 x 15 x 2 cm]Melanie Isverding Necklace: Cavea 38, 2014 Silver, enamel, crushed pyrite and smoky quartz, lacquer 32 x 15 x 2 cm

Melanie Isverding Brooch: Cavea 29, 2014 Silver, enamel, crushed hematite, glimmer, lacquer, string 12 x 9 x 1 cmMelanie Isverding Brooch: Cavea 29, 2014 Silver, enamel, crushed hematite, glimmer, lacquer, string 12 x 9 x 1 cm

 

 

Galerie Rob Koudijs
Elandsgracht 12
1016TV -  Amsterdam

NETHERLANDS
info@galerierobkoudijs.nl
tel +31 (0)20 331 87 96

10/10/2014

Triennale européenne du bijou contemporain – Wcc-bf Mons (Belgique) – 25 Oct.-28 Dec. 2014

Wcc-bf Mons

La Triennale européenne du bijou contemporain
De europese Triënnale voor hedendaagse sieraden
The European Triennial for Contemporary Jewellery
Belgique / Finlande / Italie – Belgium / Finland / Italy
Triennale Mons 2014

Pour sa cinquième édition, la Triennale européenne du Bijou contemporain invite les créateurs d’Italie et de Finlande à dialoguer avec les Belges.

Quarante-cinq artistes, maîtres d’art ou jeunes talents, seront  réunis à la Grande Halle des anciens abattoirs de Mons pour un des événements majeurs du bijou contemporain en Europe.

 

Belgique / België / Belgium
Nevin Arig, Liesbeth Bussche, Clarisse Bruynbroeck, Hilde De Decker, Marion Delarue,
Silke Fleischer, Bernard François, Delphine Joly, Patrick Marchal, Shana Teugels, Karen Vanmol, kuppers&wuytens, Marta Miguel, Claire Lavendhomme, Nelly Van Oost.

Nelly Van Oost (MA 2012) • Brooch "Instant" • Paint, new silver and steel • 2014 • ©p Lotta DuseNelly Van Oost (MA 2012 Idar Oberstein) • Brooch « Instant » • Paint, new silver and steel • 2014 • ©p Lotta Duse

Nevin Arig, Occupy-gezi-day3, collier, 2014. Bois, argent, pigments sur métal et sur bois. 40x6,7x3,5 cm. Photo: Nevin Arig.Nevin Arig, Occupy-gezi-day3, collier, 2014. Bois, argent, pigments sur métal et sur bois. 40×6,7×3,5 cm. Photo: Nevin Arig.

 

Finlande / Finland / Finland
Ulla Ahola, Tuija Hietanen, Sirja Knaapi, Helena Lehtinen, Eija Mustonen, Maria Nuutinen, Inni Pärnänen, Essi Pullinen, Ari Pyörälä, Tiina Rajakallio, Jenni Sokura, Janna Syvänoja, Nelli Tanner, Tarja Tuupanen, Tatu Vuorio.

 Janna Syvanoja, broche, 2013. papier recyclé (carte), fil d'acier, 19 x 9 x 6 cm. Photo: Janna Syvanoja.Janna Syvanoja, broche, 2013. papier recyclé (carte), fil d’acier, 19 x 9 x 6 cm. Photo: Janna Syvanoja.

 

Italie / Italie / Italy
Daniela Boieri, Giovanni Corvaja, Arata Fuchi, Doris Maninger, Stefano Marchetti, Lucia Massei, Barbara Paganin, Marzia Rossi, Jacqueline Ryan, Giovanni Sicuro, Fabrizio Tridenti, Barbara Uderzo, Graziano Visintin, Annamaria Zanella.

 Stefano Marchetti, Broche, 2014. Or, titane, résine. Photo: Stefano Marchetti.Stefano Marchetti, Broche, 2014. Or, titane, résine. Photo: Stefano Marchetti.

Dans ce cadre, une journée de conférence et un workshop sont organisés !

Triennale Mons 2014

 
Grande Halle des anciens abattoirs de Mons
Du 25.10.2014 au 28.12.2014
Tous les jours sauf le lundi et le 25.12
de 12h00 à 18h00 (17h00 le 24.12)
From 25.10.2014 until 28.12.2014,
everyday except Monday and 25.12,
from 12:00 to 18:00 (17:00, on the 24.12)

 Site des Anciens Abattoirs
17 – 02, Rue de la Trouille
B-7000 Mons (Belgique)
Tél. : +32-(0)65-84.64.67
Fax : +32-(0)65-84.31.22
wccbf@wcc-bf.org

09/10/2014

EXPO ‘Claude Schmitz : Morphing’ – Galeria Reverso, Lisbon (PT) – 9-31 Oct. 2014

REVERSO - Claude Schmitz: Morphing

 

REVERSO - Claude Schmitz

(Claude Schmitz Brooch: Pink fruits, 2014 Gold, pink opal)

If discrete classical elements of the physical-material world, such as gold, stone, and patina, were to be synonymous with the works of the classical period, nothing would be more dreary than their continuous use. In the context of jewellery design, the references inherent in the elements’ characteristics and meanings become instantly legible, yet do not remain rooted in the classical realm.
« Claude Schmitz manipulates and works materials, thus referencing tradition – not without a certain irony – while never wholly releasing us into the ambiguity of randomness. All alterations, modifications and manipulations are placed in a temporal context, but they never represent a linear environment. Nature – inorganic and organic – is not self-referential, but grows in the hands of Claude Schmitz into its apposite worldly form. » Dietmar Tanterl, artist (Munich)

Claude Schmitz Necklace: Hanging trees, 2014 Silver, patinaClaude Schmitz Necklace: Hanging trees, 2014 Silver, patina

Claude Schmitz Brooch: Black tree, 2014 Silver, patina, tsavoritesClaude Schmitz Brooch: Black tree, 2014 Silver, patina, tsavorites

Claude Schmitz Brooch: Black branch with fruit, 2014 Silver patina, smoke quartzClaude Schmitz Brooch: Black branch with fruit, 2014 Silver patina, smoke quartz

Claude Schmitz Brooch: Hideaways, 2014 Silver, patina, diamondsClaude Schmitz Brooch: Hideaways, 2014 Silver, patina, diamonds

 

 

Galeria Reverso
R. da Esperança 59/61
1200-655 – Lisbon
Portugal
Telephone: +351 213 951 407
Fax: +351 213 951 407
website: www.reversodasbernardas.com
mail: mail@reversodasbernardas.com

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