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17/11/2014

EXPO ‘Parallel Worlds’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – 13 Déc. 2014- 17 Janv. 2015

Les Mondes Parallèles
New display with The Parallel Worlds, the new ALLIAGES exhibition showing
the works (for jewelry) of :
Les Mondes Parallèles
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Alliages

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Angela Ciobanu - "Piece for the heart" (broche) Angela Ciobanu - « Piece for the heart » (broche)
Rodrigo Acosta - Rito Cardíaco (broche)
Rodrigo Acosta – Rito Cardíaco (broche) 
Viktoria MunzkerViktoria Munzker
Mar Sanchez - broche oct 2014Mar Sanchez - broche oct 2014
Sebastien CarréSebastien CarréCollier, bois, fibres, perles,2014 – Necklace, wood, fibers, beads – photo Lee makkam
Alina Carp - brooch 2014Alina Carp – brooch 2014
Ana Carolina EscobarAna Carolina Escobar
Sangji YUN - broochSangji YUN – brooch
Karen VanmolKaren Vanmol
Cai Xuan WuCai Xuan Wu
Nicole Schuster  Brooch Nicole Schuster  Brooch
Ingeborg VandammeIngeborg Vandamme
Aiko Fujita - (AFEDAP - diplomes 2014)Aiko Fujita – (AFEDAP – diplomes 2014)
Karin Roy Andersson  Karin Roy Andersson 
Konstantinos KonstantopoulosKonstantinos Konstantopoulos
Liisa Hashimoto.Liisa Hashimoto
Maria Tsimpiskaki, Corruption collection,ring, 2014Maria Tsimpiskaki, Corruption collection,ring, 2014
George Giannoutsos brooch 2014George Giannoutsos
Gigi Mariani - bangle 2014Gigi Mariani – Bracelet: And the clouds were running, 2014 – Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello, patina
Akis Goumas (& sa femme pour le textile)Akis Goumas & Georgia Gremouti (for the textile part)
Teresa FarisTeresa Faris
Peter Hoogeboom, Necklace, "red lantern" 2014Peter Hoogeboom, Necklace, « red lantern » 2014
  José Marin   José Marin
ALLIAGES
111, Bd. Victor Hugo
F-59000 LILLE
Horaires : Lundi-Vendredi : 10h – 17h / Samedi : 10h-16h

01/11/2014

EXPO ‘YOUTH MOVEMENT!’ – Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery (UK) – 13 Nov. 2014 – 25 janv. 2015

YOUTH MOVEMENT ! NINE NEW GRADUATES -

Meet the Contemporary Jewellery World’s Next Generation!

THURSDAY 13TH NOV 6PM – 9PM

MANY OF THE GRADUATES WILL BE PRESENT AND DELIGHTED TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THEIR WORK.
15% OFF ALL PURCHASES MADE ON THE NIGHT! -
FOR A FULL YOUTH MOVEMENT! CATALOGUE PLEASE SEE : www.kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk

 YOUTH MOVEMENT! NINE NEW GRADUATES -  ( bangle by Natalie Lee, a graduate from Birmingham School of Jewellery.)( bangle by Natalie Lee, a graduate from Birmingham School of Jewellery.)

Meet the Contemporary Jewellery World’s Next Generation:
Beth Spowart, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee; Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin; Karen Elizabeth Donovan, Edinburgh College of Art; Rebecca E Smith, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee; Natalie Lee, Birmingham School of Jewellery; Prudence Horrocks, Edinburgh College of Art; Lindsay Hill, Glasgow School of Art; Georgia Rose West, Colchester School of Art and Design, University of Essex; Rosie Deegan, Nottingham Trent University.

 ‘Overgrown’ – neckpiece in titanium, niobium and precious white metal by Karen Elizabeth Donovan, Edinburgh College of Art.Karen Elizabeth Donovan – ‘Overgrown’ – neckpiece in titanium, niobium & precious white metal - Edinburgh College of Art.

 Karen Elizabeth Donovan, Edinburgh College of Art; ‘Highland Clan Badges: Murray’ in titanium and steel, modelled - Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery -YOUTH MOVEMENT!Karen Elizabeth Donovan, Edinburgh College of Art; ‘Highland Clan Badges: Murray’ in titanium and steel, modelled ‘Flawless’ – ring in oxidised silver with kinetic cubic zirconia by Lindsay Hill, Glasgow School of Art.Lindsay Hill – ‘Flawless’ – ring in oxidised silver with kinetic cubic zirconia – Glasgow School of Art.

 Lindsay Hill, Glasgow School of Art - ‘Three Stone’ – brooch in oxidised silver with kinetic cubic zirconiaLindsay Hill, Glasgow School of Art – ‘Three Stone’ – brooch in oxidised silver with kinetic cubic zirconia‘Lust in Found - Skip’ forced perspective skip brooch - powder coated steel and copper, magnets and found objects by Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Jaki Coffey – ‘Lust in Found – Skip’ forced perspective skip brooch – powder coated steel and copper, magnets & found objects – National College of Art and Design, Dublin.

Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin - ‘Lust in Found - Skips’ - 9 flat, forced perspective Skip Brooches - powder coated copper, magnetic backs and magnetic found object 'rubbish'Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin – ‘Lust in Found – Skips’ – 9 flat, forced perspective Skip Brooches – powder coated copper, magnetic backs and magnetic found object ‘rubbish

Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin - ‘Lust in Found - Pip, Pippet & Bob neckpieces with option of attaching skip brooch via hidden magnet : gold plated copper, found objects, magnets Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin – ‘Lust in Found – Pip, Pippet & Bob neckpieces with option of attaching skip brooch via hidden magnet : gold plated copper, found objects, magnets

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery is delighted to introduce Nine New Graduates buzzing on our radar this year.
Technology meets art meets jewellery in this amazing collection that includes Smart Materials colour changing jewellery; Fill Your Own bright yellow Skip Brooches; kinetic gemstone rings; tough titanium Highland Clan Thistle Brooches; Wired Wearables – dramatic neckpieces and bangles drawn in steel – just a few of the visual treats created by this year’s New Wave!
Based at Salts Mill since 1996, Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery is renowned for its annual pick of the crop of new talents from across the UK’s universities. Curator Kath Libbert who selected the nine artists says ‘I always look for individuality and a fresh approach and the work of this year’s graduates is sure to surprise and stimulate!’
Moving Onwards and Upwards:
Beth Spowart, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee – 1st Class Honours, uses Smart Materials to create innovative jewellery which interacts uniquely with each individual wearer by changing colours through the stimulus of their body heat – an exciting experience for the wearer and definitely a conversation opener!
Jaki Coffey, National College of Art and Design, Dublin – 1st Class Honours, loves searching out treasure in skips and uses this as her inspiration for a series of funky bright yellow impeccably made powder coated copper Skip Brooches – the wearer then chooses what to fill up their Skip with from a selection of colourful ‘rubbish’ – becoming the curator of their own jewellery and making a provocative poke at our notions of preciousness!
Rebecca E Smith, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee – 1st Class Honours, discovered 300 wonderful love letters sent between her grandparents during World War ll and wanted as a testament to both this love story and to the power of letter writing, now a lost art, to create sentimental one off brooches, earrings and necklaces capturing the original handwriting, old photographs and vintage colours in a subtle palette of enamels. On an interactive note, Rebecca invites visitors to this exhibition to let her create jewellery capturing their own personal artefacts.
Lindsay Hill, Glasgow School of Art, BA Honours, employs advanced digital technologies to set stones kinetically in her striking rings whose bold symmetrical lines are also inspired by the facets on the gemstones they house. Both supremely elegant and great fun – the glinting gem tilts backwards and forwards as you move!
Natalie Lee, Birmingham School of Jewellery, 1st Class Honours, crafts Wired Wearables a collection of dramatic arm and neckpieces. An extension of her drawings, the fluid lines in steel are skilfully manipulated using a PUK welder and then enamelled in deep greys with highlights of powder blue and mauve. The continuous play of light and shadow the pieces cast when worn “symbolise the transit of time, a progression representing both the past and the future.” she says.
Karen Elizabeth Donovan, Edinburgh College of Art, MA Distinction, masterfully moves that hardest of metals titanium to create exquisite filigree-like necklaces bracelets and Highland Clan brooches gently tinted in blues, greens and golds. Scotland’s rich social history, its flora, and the materiality of titanium are her inspiration: “Plants define the character of a Nation or place. In Vermont, where I was born, we define ourselves by the Maple Tree. In Scotland we are often defined by the Thistle…..Titanium has a certain feel to it; a noise it makes when I brush my hand across it, and a smell it creates when I pierce, file and sand it. It is lightweight, strong, durable, and springy. It presents challenges to overcome and work around. It is sensual and it is home.”
Prudence Horrocks, Edinburgh College of Art, MA, inspired by the drawn line and a desire to replicate the patterns that are possible in pen and ink into jewellery, has crafted a beautiful series of rings, brooches and necklaces. In a classic palette of matt white and black acrylic she has embedded fine lines of silver and gold, creating a sophisticated elegant and supremely wearable collection.
Georgia Rose West, Colchester School of Art and Design, University of Essex, BA Honours – creates delightful small copper bowls, forming the metal into fluid shapes embellished with a great variety of creamy enamel patterning, each one having its own personality.
Rosie Deegan, Nottingham Trent University, 1st Class Honours – a mixed media, glass and metalwork artist, presents a quirky humorous body of work For a Man of Substance. The ironic title refers to her collection of Impotent Tools – made from glass and precious metals, they are exquisitely handcrafted but practically pointless!

Natalie Lee, Birmingham School of Jewellery - ‘Wired Wearables’ – neckpiece in steel and enamel, modelledNatalie Lee, Birmingham School of Jewellery – ‘Wired Wearables’ – neckpiece in steel and enamel, modelled

Natalie Lee, ‘Wired Wearables’ – neckpiece in steel and enamel, modelled  Natalie Lee, ‘Wired Wearables’ – neckpiece in steel and enamel, modelled

Large Oval Brooch in oxidised silver and 9ct rose gold set into acrylic by Prudence Horrocks, Edinburgh College of Art.Prudence Horrocks – Large Oval Brooch in oxidised silver and 9ct rose gold set into acrylic – Edinburgh College of Art.

 Prudence Horrocks, Edinburgh College of Art; - Necklace in silver and 9ct gold set into acrylicPrudence Horrocks, Edinburgh College of Art; – Necklace in silver and 9ct gold set into acrylic‘Darling Margaret’ – earrings in enamelled copper with handwriting and tassels by Rebecca E Smith, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee.Rebecca E Smith – ‘Darling Margaret’ – earrings in enamelled copper with handwriting and tassels – Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee.

Rebecca E Smith, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee - ‘Swindon’ – brooch in enamelled copper with handwritingRebecca E Smith, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee – ‘Swindon’ – brooch in enamelled copper with handwriting

'Orange’ - earrings in Thermochromic Resin, dyed aluminium, brass and silver - Beth Spowart, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee;Beth Spowart – ‘Orange’ – earrings in Thermochromic Resin, dyed aluminium, brass and silver – -  Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee

 

 

KATH LIBBERT JEWELLERY GALLERY
Salts Mill, Saltaire,
Bradford BD18 3LA. – UK
Tel/Fax 01274 599790.
info@kathlibbertjewellery.c…
www.kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk

OPEN DAILY 10 – 5.30 MON – FRI and 10 – 6 AT WEEKENDS

 

 

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 …)

18/11/2014

Montserrat Lacomba, from blog « mar de Color Rosa » has opened her workshop to public ….

Classé dans : blog Mar de Color Rosa,Espagne (ES),Montserrat LACOMBA (ES),SHOP — bijoucontemporain @ 21:24

Atelier Montserrat Lacomba – ouverture 15 nov 2014

My colleague & friend Montserrat Lacomba from blog Mar de Color Rosa has opened her workshop to public : « November 15th, 2014 I invite you to the opening of my shop/workshop at Plaça de Sant Pere 2 in Girona« . VERY nice place with her nice & pleasant jewels ! A MUST GO if you visit Girona.

A lot of little enameled pieces, very pleasant to wear, are waiting for you ! :-)

« Mar de color rosa » : she works « with colors » as she says, colors of Mediterranean, of sea, clouds & sky, of plants & fishes, and all is happy, fresh, colorful but not too much, easy & pleasant to wear …. I recommend !!! :-)

Atelier Montserrat -ouverture 15 nov 2014« taller obert » !

« What would happen if the color of the snow were the color of ripe wheat or Coke? And what if the green of herbs became the tonality of dried beans? Where would we end up if one day gravity stopped? It could be that chickens will one day fly majestically like eagles and lambs learn to climb trees to shelter from the sun. Let’s not be surprised if one morning the sea no longer reaches the beach, allowing us to see what lies on the seabed. It would be less of a surprise if Lewis Carol’s “Alice” did not return from the hidden world behind the mirror because she thinks that life there is better. And what would happen if sea water were opaque and did not reflect the blue skies, yellow skin or scratched skies of bloody sunrises and sunsets? In the unlikely event upon which this might have occurred, Montserrat would have saved a sea, the pink sea (Mar de Color Rosa). That is the explanation of her brand. » –

Many thanks to my husband Agustí for this beautiful text!!!

Atelier Montserrat -ouverture 15 nov 2014Montserrat Lacomba y su broche « Giulietta » - Silver and cultivated pearl.

Atelier Montserrat -ouverture 15 nov 2014Montserrat lacomba – some of her necklaces & brooches ….

Atelier Montserrat -ouverture 15 nov 2014enamels palette …

Atelier Montserrat -ouverture 15 nov 2014Montserrat Lacomba necklace, this one in blue. Silver, copper, enamel and leather.

Nsome of her earrings

Montserrat Lacomba earrings_progressMontserrat Lacomba earrings in progress

Montserrat Lacomba enameled piecesMontserrat Lacomba enameled pieces are ready ….

living Girona by nightliving Girona by night … with sky & water colors …

Plaça de Sant Pere 2,  in Girona

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14/11/2014

EXPO ‘Joies a Part’ – Galeria Silvestre, Tarragona (ES) – 15-26 Nov. 2014

Joies a Part : Portuguese collective

Opening of the Gallery Silvestre with a collective of Portuguese jewelers : Beatriz Faustino, Carlos Silva, Gabriela Borges Coelho, Inês Telles, Inês Nunes, Marília Maria Mira, Olga Noronha, Telma Simões.

opening  15th November, 12.30h
The exhibition runs until 26th November 2014

Tarragona. "Joies a part" Exhibition at Galeria Silvestre. 15-26 Nov 2014(collar Telma Simoes)

Pensar la joyería, es pensar el cuerpo y la responsabilidad de como este cuerpo transporta y al mismo tiempo se modifica para traer una joya. Ésta ahora es una pieza de arte que llevamos encima, íntima y cercana. Pensar en joyería es pensar en miniatura, en la medida de las cosas a partir del cuerpo, de la mano, del dedo.
Una joyería dinámica en el sentido de relación, de comunicación, pequeñas historias que circulan. Pequeños mapas, ideas, conceptos, improntas, recuerdos…que se adaptan a nuestra manera de entender y cuestionar el mundo.
Este ciclo propone 3 colectivos de joyeras y joyeros que apuestan por una joyería cercana al espectador, donde este mismo es el expositor, y es quien coge conciencia de esto. La persona que trae la joya, entiende lo que lleva, y puede explicar el porqué lo lleva, es el portavoz de quien la ha realizado, como también el tirano que se lo adaptará al cuerpo. De aquí la importancia de hacer llegar el mensaje a la gente de qué entendemos por joyería. Esta relación cuerpo-joya, es la que queremos analizar y pensar en nuestro espacio. Joyas que explican y modifican un pensamiento. Y sobre todo como ésta pasea por la ciudad. De qué manera invadirá el espacio lo decidirán cada uno de los colectivos que nos visitarán en la Galería Silvestre.

EXPO 'Joies a Part' - Galeria Silvestre, Tarragona (ES) - 15-26 Nov. 2014 dans Beatriz FAUSTINO (PT) beatriz_faustino_brooch_backBeatriz Faustino Brooch back

carlos_silva dans Carlos SILVA (PT)Carlos Silva necklace

Marilia Maria Mira - O outro corpo -  Marilia Maria Mira – O outro corpo

O intruso - Olga NoronhaOlga Noronha - O intruso -

 

Galería Silvestre
Calle Real 60-62
43004 Tarragona, Spain
t. (+34) 977 591 836
t. (+34) 600 696 894
e. galeria@galeriasilvestre.com

11/11/2014

INTRAMURS 2014 – EXPO ‘Fabrikando’ – Fabrika12, Valencia (ES) – 7-16 Nov. 2014

Exposición dentro del marco de el movimiento artístico INTRAMURS 2014 de carácter multidisciplinar.

« Fabrikando »

Itinerario joyero en INTRAMURS 2014 : Cuatro exposiciones de joyería de vanguardia, inauguradas consecutivamente el 7 de noviembre en Valencia, marcaron el itinerario joyero en esta primera jornada de Intramurs. exposiciones abiertas hasta el 16 de noviembre :
*EK Gallery. C. Paz, 21.
*Taller de Pepe March. C. Mare Vella 19.
*Orfebres Peris Roca. C. Bolsería, 31.
*Fabrika12. C. Marqués de Caro

Fabrikando

 

Artistas:  Jordi Aparicio — Natalia Araya (Hollow) – Rosa Borredá (Novilunium, estratos… ) — Mireia Calaf Beatriz Díaz Ceballo (El mundo en que vivimos) — Paloma García –  Laura Guillot (Reconstrucción) Sue Ibars (A través del silencio) — Tina Leon (Mi Eva Interior) — Miryam MorenoAna PalomaresEsperanza Pascual Carlos Pastor — Amparo de Ramón — Angeles Roca – Lucia Saez — Arantxa SainzMar Sanchez – Julia Sanchez Fernandez — Isabel Segovia — Beatriz Tagliaferri
 

Rosa Borreda   INTRAMURS-1  Novilunium, Estratos de mi memoria – 2014 Rosa Borreda – Novilunium, Estratos de mi memoria – 2014 -
« Mi trabajo nace de una pasión desmedida por el coleccionismo. Recopilar sistemáticamente objetos y curiosidades, donde seleccionar, almacenar y transformar se convierte en una verdadera obsesión hasta venerarlos como piezas únicas. Todos los objetos tuvieron un dueño y una historia antes de ser empleados o transformados por mí. Pasión por todo lo antiguo.  Elevar a otra categoría los objetos encontrados y perpetuarlos en el tiempo, fusionando conocimientos y experimentando con los materiales »

Rosa Borreda   INTRAMURS   Novilunium, Estratos de mi memoria – 2014Rosa Borreda – Novilunium, Estratos de mi memoria – 2014

Mireia Calaf - detalleMireia Calaf – detalle SENTIMENTS VISCERALS. 2014. – Collar

Mireia Calaf  -  SENTIMENTS VISCERALS. 2014. - Collar: Plata, vísceras, silicona, hilo y esmalte frío. Necklace: Brass, guts, silicone, thread, cold enamel.Mireia Calaf  -  SENTIMENTS VISCERALS. 2014. – Collar: Plata, vísceras, silicona, hilo y esmalte frío. Necklace: Brass, guts, silicone, thread, cold enamel.

Beatriz Diaz-Ceballo - collar-mu--ecas-bajaBeatriz Diaz-Ceballo - collar-mu–ecas-baja
« Pequeñas piezas de joyería donde trabajo con el concepto de la mujer actual, centrándome en los distintos roles que asumimos, o dejamos de asumir; así como los distintos premios que en apariencia conlleva seguir estos roles. »

Ana PalomaresAna Palomares

Natalia Araya - Time does not pass, it continues.Natalia Araya – Time does not pass, it continues.

Laura Guillot Suay - Reconstruccion-env--s-copia Laura Guillot Suay – Reconstruccion-env–s-copia (Premio José Arquero 2014) – « 
Bajo el concepto de lo no apreciado, lo desechado, se conserva la forma natural que adopta al quebrarse un corte transversal de madera de mobila.  Se recupera y se reconstruye haciendo un paralelismo entre la estructura interna de la madera y la estructura metálica que la abraza y la refuerza. »Tina León   Mi eva interior IIITina León    Mi eva interior III –
« Proyecto basado en la artista Eva Hesse, inspirada por su obra y sus diarios con los que me siento identificada, su manera de experimentar con el material me atrae, y su entusiasmo ante el comportamiento de éste me resulta muy familiar, yo siento esa misma emoción cuando experimento, y dejo que el azar intervenga en el proceso.  El resultado tres piezas en látex, raíces que se entrelazan que surgen de mi interior. »

Tina León  Fabrika12Tina León

Sue Ibars - A través del silencioSue Ibars - A través del silencio

Arantxa SainzArantxa Sainz

Mar SanchezMar Sanchez


 

 

Fabrika 12

Calle del Marqués de Caro, 12,
46003 Valencia

 

 

 

09/11/2014

EXPO ‘WWWA’ – Estonian Museum of Applied Art & Design, Tallinn (EE) – 7 Nov. 2014- 18 Janv. 2015

WWWA [Words & Works from a World Away (Sõnad ja tööd sealt kaugelt)]Estonian Museum of Applied Art & Design
A collaboration of Estonian and Australian jewellery artists
WWWA - estonia
OPENING 7 november 2014 – 5pm
Kuraator: Claire McArdle

What do they say about us on the other side of the world?
And what do you know about them?
This exhibition unites the northern and southern hemispheres through the work of jewellery and object artists from Australia & Estonia. In each country statements were collected from ordinary members of the public about their knowledge and opinion of the other country. Each artist chose a statement about their country from someone on the other side of the world. The piece they made is a reaction to this statement.
Words spoken across the globe invite a personal study of our own culture and a reaction to other’s perceptions of who we are. Each piece is a navigation of an outsider’s perspective and the resulting realisations and revelations about our own identity.
The two cultures have been explored through unverified perceptions and understandings. The resulting objects are repositories of both cultural and personal narratives. They examine the global flow of information between two physically and culturally separate countries and provoke an international exploration of self.

Linda al-Assi [EST] — Robert Baines [AUS] — Nicholas Bastin [AUS] — Robin Bold [AUS] — Zoe Brand [AUS] — Melissa Cameron [AUS] — Anna Davern [AUS] — Mark Edgoose [AUS] — Rita-Livia Erikson [EST] — Ulvi Haagensen [EST] — Mary Hackett [AUS] — Kirsten Haydon [AUS] — Nils Hint [EST] — Naoko Inuzuka [AUS] — Annika Kedelauk [EST] — Inari Kiuru [AUS] — Aija Kivi [EST] — Keiu Koppel [EST] — Katarina Kotselainen [EST] — Teresa Lane [AUS] — Urmas Lüüs [EST] — Kadri Mälk [EST] — Claire McArdle [AUS] — Hans-Otto Ojaste [EST] — Kaire Rannik [EST] — Anne Reinberg [EST] –  Adolfas Šaulys & Mari Relo-Šaulys [EST] — Mark Vaarwerk [AUS] — Anita Van Doorn [AUS] — Tanel Veenre [EST]

Tanel Veenre,   Metsik eljas I/Wild Beast I, 2012 Eesti/Estonia Photographer: Marc MorelTanel Veenre,   Metsik eljas I/Wild Beast I, 2012 Eesti/Estonia – Photo: Marc Morel

Nils Hint  - Words & World from a World Away. Austraalia ja Eesti ehtekunstNils Hint

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Image de prévisualisation YouTube

 

Estonian Museum of Applied Art & Design
Lai tn 17,
Tallinn 10133
Estonia, Tallinn

Open Wed-Sun 11.00-18.00

08/11/2014

Decouverte : Elvira Golombosi & her « GUARDIANS »

Classé dans : Elvira GOLOMBOSI (SK),IDAR-OBERSTEIN (DE),pierre / stone,rings,Slovaquie (SK) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:35

Elvira Golombosi (MFA student at Idar Oberstein) – exhibited at « nsaio 5 – Neuer Schmuck aus Idar-Oberstein » 05 – 09 November 2014 -

Her recent work, « GUARDIANS », series of rings-objects carved in stone

Elvira Golombosi  - rose quartz, obsidian, falcon’s eye 7x7cm - rings 2014 - "GUARDIANS"  *My recent work -- Series of rings-objects carved in stoneElvira Golombosi  - rose quartz, obsidian, falcon’s eye 7x7cm – rings 2014 – « GUARDIANS »

Elvira Golombosi • Ring "Guardian" • Rose quartz, falcon's eye and obsidian • 2014 • ©p Nahe-ZeitungElvira Golombosi • Ring « Guardian » • Rose quartz, falcon’s eye and obsidian • 2014 • ©p Nahe-Zeitung

Elvira Golombosi -   obsidian, smoky quartz, falcon’s eye, onyx 11 x 4cmElvira Golombosi -   obsidian, smoky quartz, falcon’s eye, onyx 11 x 4cm

Elvira Golombosi -  carneol 6 x 7 cmElvira Golombosi -  carneol 6 x 7 cm

Elvira Golombosi -  jasper 3x6 cmElvira Golombosi -  jasper 3×6 cm

 

07/11/2014

INTRAMURS 2014 – EXPO ‘DIMENSIÓN FRACTAL’ – EK-Gallery, Valencia (ES) – 7-15 Nov. 2014

« DIMENSIÓN FRACTAL »

Inauguración  viernes 7 noviembre 2014  a las 18h.
EK-GALLERY
Exposición dentro del marco de el movimiento artístico INTRAMURS 2014 de carácter multidisciplinar.

EXPOSICIÓN "DIMENSIÓN FRACTAL"

Joyería de autor y contemporánea así como obras de pintura y escultura del gran Paco Corell tendrán cabida en este evento.
Los joyeros que participarán serán el propietario de la Galería y diseñador de joyas Eelco Kemkes, joyero artesano con experiencia en el sector de más de treinta años que junto al hecho de mostrar sus obras más destacadas desea compartir espacio con jóvenes promesas de la joyería contemporánea que vienen pisando fuerte.
Estas cinco mujeres:
Chus Villalba, Elvira Mellado, Myriam Moreno, Rosa BorredáMatilde Rodriguez de Vera Más,
que han sido unidas en la Escuela Superior de Diseño de Valencia realizando el Grado de Joyería Artística son una autentica caja de sorpresas por su formación anterior, gracias a la cual enriquecen su obra. Desde Diseñadora Gráfica, Licenciadas en Bellas Artes, Gemóloga, Tasadora, Restauradora y Enfermería son profesiones que se encuentran en este grupo unido por el deseo de mostrar su obra, siempre desde la versatilidad de la joyería contemporánea.
Esperamos nos acompañéis y tengáis el gusto de contemplar entre otras muchas obras, por primera vez al completo, los Proyectos Finales de Grado de dos de ellas, de Rosa Borredá y Elvira Mellado, que estarán encantadas de explicar detalladamente este trabajo de investigación y desarrollo que ha durado dos años para ellas junto a la supervisión y tutorizadas por el gran artista mejicano, reconocido mundialmente, Jorge Manilla.

(EK Gallery) - Itinerario joyero en INTRAMURS 2014 (collares Elvira Mellado)(EK Gallery) – Itinerario joyero en INTRAMURS 2014 (collares Elvira Mellado) Foto Carlos Pastor

Itinerario joyero en INTRAMURS 2014 : Cuatro exposiciones de joyería de vanguardia, inauguradas consecutivamente el 7 de noviembre en Valencia, marcaron el itinerario joyero en esta primera jornada de Intramurs. exposiciones abiertas hasta el 16 de noviembre :
*EK Gallery. C. Paz, 21.
*Taller de Pepe March. C. Mare Vella 19.
*Orfebres Peris Roca. C. Bolsería, 31.
*Fabrika12. C. Marqués de Caro
 

Rosa Borreda   INTRAMURS-1 Rosa Borreda - Novilunium, Estratos de mi memoria – 2014 -
« Mi trabajo nace de una pasión desmedida por el coleccionismo. Recopilar sistemáticamente objetos y curiosidades, donde seleccionar, almacenar y transformar se convierte en una verdadera obsesión hasta venerarlos como piezas únicas.
Todos los objetos tuvieron un dueño y una historia antes de ser empleados o transformados por mí. Pasión por todo lo antiguo.
Elevar a otra categoría los objetos encontrados y perpetuarlos en el tiempo, fusionando conocimientos y experimentando con los materiales.« 

Rosa Borreda - INTRAMURS-2Rosa Borreda – Novilunium, Estratos de mi memoria – 2014

Elvira Mellado  Joyería con cauchoElvira Mellado  – Joyería con caucho
« Mi objetivo es desarrollar una joyería sostenible mas respetuosa con el medio ambiente, utilizando como material aquel que tengo a mi alrededor y que se considera sin valor, para reciclarlo y darles una nueva vida como piezas de joyería. » 

 

 

K-GALLERY
Calle la Paz, 28, bajo
46003 VALENCIA
tel 963581527

 

 

 

 

06/11/2014

Salon Résonance(s), salon européen des métiers d’art – Strasbourg – 7-11 Nov. 2014

Salon Résonance(s), salon européen des métiers d’art
du 7 au 11 Novembre à Strasbourg
Sébastien Carré y participe, avec Marine Dominiczak. Vous pourrez découvrir quelques une de ses dernières productions sur le Stand de la HEAR.

Nelly Van Oost expose sur le stand du Wcc-bf Mons

Salon Resonances

Seront présents également, entre autres et en ce qui concerne le bijou contemporain (liste complète des EXPOSANTS ici) , Christophe BurgerFrédérique Coomans (sur le stand du Wccbf Mons), Julie Decubber, Michèle ForestClaire MarfisiYannick Mur, Dominique Thomas  (sur le stand du Wccbf Mons),  ………..

Sébastien Carré - Viscéral, 2013  Collier 7 mètres, Cotte de maille Aluminium, coton, lin, soie, cuir 7 meters Necklace, aluminum chainmail, cotton, linen, silk, leatherSébastien Carré - Viscéral, 2013  Collier 7 mètres, Cotte de maille Aluminium, coton, lin, soie, cuir 7 meters Necklace, aluminum chainmail, cotton, linen, silk, leather (« + de 187000 anneaux a la main et deux semaine de broderie intensive = près de 6 mois de travail sur cette pièce » !!)

Sébastien Carré (HEAR) - Echelle inflammatoire, 2013 Inflammatory Scale  métal, cuir, cuivre, lacque japonaise et perles de verre de bohème,  steel, leather, copper, Japanase lacquer Bohemian glass beadsSébastien Carré (HEAR) – Echelle inflammatoire, 2013 / Inflammatory Scale  métal, cuir, cuivre, lacque japonaise et perles de verre de bohème,  steel, leather, copper, Japanase lacquer Bohemian glass beads

 FRÉDÉRIQUE COOMANS  Frédérique Coomans

Michèle Forest Michèle Forest

Claire MarfisiClaire Marfisi

  YANNICK MUR – COLLECTION OR & NOIRYannick Mur

Dominique Thomas vsbDominique Thomas

Nelly van Oost - coll. INCIPIT 2014Nelly van Oost - coll. INCIPIT 2014

 

 

 

Salon Resonance(s)
Parc des Expositions Wacken
Strasbourg – FR

 

05/11/2014

EXPO ‘nsaio 5 – Neuer Schmuck aus Idar-Oberstein’ – Mobile Galerie Aurum, Frankfurt (DE) – 5-9 Nov. 2014

nsaio 5 – Neuer Schmuck aus Idar-Oberstein presented by mobile galerie aurum
05 – 09 November 2014
Opening: 4 November 2014, 7 pm
 

nsaio5 - The new jewellery from Idar-Oberstein

(Stephie Morawetz necklace)

The exhibition includes a selection of semester projects and final projects of the bachelor and master programs. It will be exhibited jewelery and gemstone work. Students at the University of Trier on campus Idar-Oberstein embark on the search for their place and their role as jewelry makers in today’s society. Because of the location Idar-Oberstein, a world trade center for gems, the use of the material gem is of particular importance.In addition, the experimental approach with other materials is explicitly promoted, since the development of a personal artistic expression is a priority objective of the studies.
For the exhibition a publication is published that now offers the opportunity to read statements from students, in particular relating to Gemstone. This topic gives the department of gemstone and jewelry design a unique position. We see this position represented by more than 20 nationalities, that are united by the group of students in Idar-Oberstein. For the team of the departement, it is a extreme pleasure to be working with such cultural diversity and to determine on a daily basis, how young people, for example from Korea and China, Israel and Iran, Pakistan and Russia are mutually supportive and work collaboratively on the issue of gemstone and jewelry design.

Typhaine Le Monnier NSAIO5Typhaine Le Monnier Gummi rubber necklace

Eduardo Tarin NSAIO 5Eduardo Tarin – brooch « Antipoda 9″ copper

Alejandra Solar (MFA 2014) • Brooch "Aire Negro" • Onyx, silver and photo transfer • 2014 • p© catalogue "New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“Alejandra Solar (MFA 2014) • Brooch « Aire Negro » • Onyx, silver and photo transfer • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

 NSAIO 5 Elvira Golombosi – (MFA stud.) • Ring « Guards » • Onyx, smoky quartz, obsidian and falcon´s eye • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

Cristina Martí Mató (MFA 2014) • Necklace "The Nest" • Copper and garnet • 2014 • p© catalogue "New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“Cristina Martí Mató (MFA 2014) • Necklace « The Nest » • Copper and garnet • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

Anna Jacobs (MFA stud.) • Necklace "Versteck" • Stone and cotton • 2014 • p© catalogue "New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“Anna Jacobs (MFA stud.) • Necklace « Versteck » • Stone and cotton • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

Petr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace "Achat Collier" • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014  www.dvorakart.comPetr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace « Achat Collier » • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014

Petr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace "Achat Collier" • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014  Petr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace « Achat Collier » • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014

Working with stones
Pornrudee Boonyapan (Thailand), M.F.A. 3rd sem. Stone lives for itself and people try to use it according to their needs. But stone is stone.
Katja Köditz (Germany), M.F.A. 2nd sem. In Idar-Oberstein stones are bound fast together with the history of the town and its inhabitants. For me, dealing with the social questions and phenomena of our time and visualising these with jewellery and using stones also means me devoting myself to Idar-Oberstein’s identity.
Petr Dvorak (Czech Republic), M.F.A. 4th sem. Stone is a part of jewellery. Jewellery without stone is almost unthinkable. Stone is jewellery. Stone is something beautiful, the only colour we have from the earth. A stone is beautiful in itself, but you give it a shape, which wasn’t there before. The question is, whether this is beautiful. That depends on the beholder and is usually only recognised a century later.
Stephie Morawetz (Austria), M.F.A. 1st sem. I find stones really beautiful, but I can’t find a way in. Perhaps because they exist in the present and my pieces in the future. It is difficult to create a connection between the material I work with and the stone. They live in two different universes, in two different times. Maybe that will change when I colour my stones myself, through a procedure that is no longer natural.

NSAIO 5 - collier Stephanie Morawetzcollier Stephanie Morawetz

On the significance of gemstones and jewellery in art
The debate, well known within our field, about whether the creation of gemstones and jewellery should be classed as craft, design or art has significantly contributed, in the context of the Bologna Process, to raising the profile of our department. Answering this central question of professional identity is the focus of current research within our field and department. Reconsidering the assignment of gemstones and jewellery as it is interpreted and understood today steers us to an ever-clearer position, which defines itself, amongst other means, by examining its relationships with neighbouring fields;
– The creation of gemstones and jewellery is not a craft. Although there is an intersection with the crafts’ central tenet of specialst craftsmanship, the contemporary focus differs.
–  The creation of gemstones and jewellery is not design. Although there is an intersection with design’s central tenet of fashionable aestheticization and the successful marketing of this, the contemporary focus differs.
–  The creation of gemstones and jewellery is not liberal art. Although there is a certain intersection with the liberal arts’ central tenet of “existing outside of oneself”, the contemporary focus differs.
Establishing this position is not intended to draw or sharpen demarcation lines, but to rethink the identity of jewellery creators within a wider context than the pre-existing criteria of other specialties, which are insufficient for our field.

 

mobile galerie aurum
Ausstellungshalle 1A
Schulstraße 1a
Frankfurt am Main
www.galerie-aurum.de
www.ausstellungshalle.info

galerie aurum
Kristina Balzer
Tel 0177 491 42 53
email: info@galerie-aurum.de
www.galerie-aurum.de

 catalogue :

NSAIO 5 catalogue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

nsaio 5: The new catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“ shows works in stone, jewellery and photography together with written statements on the subject of working with gemstones, from students of the Trier University of Applied Sciences Department of Gemstones and Jewellery in Idar-Oberstein.

 

02/11/2014

EXO ‘Claire Wolfstirn, ombres portées’ – Galerie Elsa Vanier, paris (FR) – 3 Oct.-26 Nov. 2014

Galerie Elsa Vanier :  Nous aurons le plaisir de vous accueillir demain 2 octobre 2014 à partir de 18h30 pour le vernissage de l’exposition « Claire Wolfstirn, ombres portées »

Galerie Elsa Vanier Nous aurons le plaisir de vous accueillir demain 2 octobre 2014 à partir de 18h30 pour le vernissage de l'exposition "Claire Wolfstirn, ombres portées" http://www.elsa-vanier.fr/content/16-exposition-en-cours

Les œuvres de Claire Wolfstirn, (dont la bague «Herbes Folles» fut choisie comme emblème des Circuits Bijoux à Paris), se distinguent par l’extrême finesse du métal découpé à la limite de la rupture, une géométrie de l’équilibre et un graphisme élaboré pour épouser le corps.

La galerie expose une large palette de ses inspirations à travers l’exposition  «Ombres portées». D’une grande cohérence, ses œuvres se reconnaissent toujours par leur graphisme et leur sobriété. Vous pourrez découvrir des pièces de joaillerie comme des tableaux sculptures en  passant par des bijoux très contemporains en acier patiné.

Claire Wolfstirn a récemment pris le parti de pièces plus grandes qui lui permettent de rendre davantage visible le jeu de vibration et de lumière créé par les découpes sur le métal.

Claire Wolfstirn, broche, bague et pendentifClaire Wolfstirn, broche, bague et pendentif

Galerie Elsa Vanier
7, rue du Pré aux Clercs – 75007 Paris
+33 (0)1 47 03 05 00
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