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28/03/2010

EXPO ‘Giampaolo Babetto – L’Italianità dei Gioelli’ Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich (DE) – 6 mars-30 mai 2010

Classé dans : Allemagne (DE),Exposition/Exhibition,Giampaolo BABETTO (IT),Italie (IT),VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 16:53

« Babetto’s works mirror a refined aesthetic concept based on dialogue, interrelationships and a blurring of boundaries between art genres. » (Florian Hufnagl)

Giampaolo BABETTO - 1992- bracelet or, pigmentsGiampaolo BABETTO- Série limitée Bracelet 'Triangles' 1983 Or jauneGiampaolo Babetto
Giampaolo BABETTO – 1992- bracelet or, pigments –  Série limitée Bracelet ‘Triangles’ 1983 Or jaune« 

 

Giampaolo Babetto (b. 1947 in Padua) has had a marked influence on the avant-garde goldsmiths’ scene since the late 1960s and is one of the protagonists of the so-called Padua School. Babetto’s work reflects contemporary art movements such as concrete art, minimal art, kinetic or op art in a unique, purist and plastic manner. Made up of different abstract elements, broken down into modular units, or rendered moveable through the use of ingenious links, Babetto’s works have a strong architectural character – like mini architectural pieces or mini sculptures.
As a jewellery artist who has received a number of awards, he prefers working in gold due to its stable malleability and its warm sheen which he combines with unconventional materials such as plastic or glass, dusting the surface a with velvet-like pigment in luminous reds or blues or using enamel and age-old niello-based techniques.
He has already been called a mixed media artist, working not only on jewellery but also on silver objects, furniture design and architectural projects. His oeuvre reveals the uncompromising demands he himself places on each of the various artistic disciplines, combined with a systematic approach and love of experimentation. With his expressive but nevertheless very wearable pieces, Babetto has advanced to become one of the most influential international jewellery artists.
A publication with photographs by Ulrike Myrzik und Manfred Jarisch will accompany the exhibition »

EXPO- Giampaolo Babetto - Necklace, 1968
Giampaolo Babetto – Necklace, 1968 (Photo Lorenzo Trento)

Alla Pinakothek der Moderne di Monaco in Germania si parla italiano. Inaugurata il 6 marzo, sarà aperta fino al 30 maggio la mostra dell’artista esponente della Scuola di Padova che ha avuto grande influenza nell’arte orafa italiana e straniera.

Le opere in mostra sono esemplari di mini architettura o piccole sculture composte da elementi astratti movimentati da ingegni e legami. L’artista, che vanta numerosi premi e riconoscimenti, mostra di preferire nelle sue creazioni l’oro per la sua malleabilità e lucentezza combinato a materie non convenzionali come plastica o vetro, talvolta rivestiti di luminosi rossi e blu così lucidi e morbidi da sembrare velluto. Il suo amore per la sperimentazione lo ha portato a creare pezzi non facili da indossare ma d’indiscusso valore artistico.Dalla collaborazione fra Babetto e la galleria Die Neue Sammlung è stata concepita un’esibizione che come un racconto procede lungo la galleria del secondo piano della Pinakothek der Moderne, le cui qualità plastiche vengono rinterpretate ogni anno da un artista diverso del campo orafo internazionale.

 

Pinakothek der Moderne
Barer strasse 40
D 80333 Munich (Germany)
tel +49 (0)89 238 05 360
http://www.pinakothek.de/pinakothek-der-moderne

 

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EXPO ‘Jewelry Circus’ Felieke van der Leest – West Norway Museum of Decorative Art, Bergen (Norway/Norvege) – 29 Mai 2010- 9 Janv. 2011

 ’Jewelry Circus’ – Felieke van der Leest

EXPO 'Jewelry Circus' Felieke van der Leest - West Norway Museum of Decorative Art, Bergen (Norway/Norvege) - 29 Mai 2010- 9 Janv. 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition Circus

Felieke van der Leest uses toys, yarn and precious metals to create colourful and humorous jewellery and objects.

This Dutch artist who lives in Hardanger combines the traditional art of the goldsmith with well-known textile techniques in a way that leaves us unsure of what we are actually seeing. In this way she creates a magical world of stories and playful art objects for us to look at, fabulate over – or just to decorate ourselves with ?

EXPO Jewelry circus - Felieke van der LEEST

Art Museums of Bergen
Rasmus Meyers allé 9,
5015 Bergen, Norway
Phone: (+47) 55 56  80 00
Fax: (+47) 55 56 80 11
post@kunstmuseene.no

La Vie en Rose ! « girly tour »

« Quand il me prend dans ses bras
Il me parle tout bas
Je vois la vie en rose..
 » (Edith Piaf)

Arthur HASH voit (aussi) la vie en rose !!! …. et c’est KITSCH !!!
pinky- Arthur Hash (photos) pinky- Arthur Hash - ping pong pinpinky- Arthur Hash Cake Mixer brooch (Luke & Eloy...)
Arthur Hash  bracelet  –  ping pong pin  –  Cake Mixer brooch

 

Maiiiiis ……. il n’est pas le seul !!! allez, c’est parti pour un « girly tour » !!emoticone

La Vie en Rose !    dans Alexia COHEN (US)
Mette Saabye (DK) – Ring ‘Crystalring’ – silver, salt crystal, paper
Mette Saabye (DK) – Brooch ‘Bumblebee harasses Pink Flower’ – gold, laquer, paper, silver (Gal. Louise Smit)

Dana SEACHUGA (IL)'hollow cries' brooch- 2009 - ivory, deer horn,pearls,silver, nail polishMia Maljojoki necklace
Dana Seachuga (IL) – ‘Hollow cries’ brooch – deer horn, pearls, nail polish, silver …
Mia Maljojoki (DE) – necklace

MIETTE- envie necklace - pvcMikiko Minewaki - necklace 'plachain 2004' - curler - schmuck2010Kate KUSACK Zipper Band necklace
Miette (FR)- « envie » necklace, pvc
Mikiko Minewaki (JP)- necklace ‘plachain’ – curlers – (schmuck 2010)
Kate Kusack (US) zipper necklace

Alexia Cohen braceletHeather Skowood - love-hate bracelet, silver & pom poms
Alexia Cohen (US) bracelet
Heather Skowood - love-hate bracelet, silver & pom poms (photo Jonathan Keenan, UK)

pinky- Amy Weiks- lick seriespinky- Karen Monny collerette
Amy Weiks (US) – lick series
Karen Monny (FR) – collerettes soie 2000-01

Julie Bouldoires - boucles spirales -fleurs - bijou d'un jour avec fleurs fraîches ou synthétiquesEmiko OYE- eclipse_pink_ Limited Edition bracelet made from repurosed LEGO
Julie Bouldoires – b.o. spirales -fleurs – bijou d’un jour avec fleurs fraîches (ou pas) (Gal. Caractere)
Emiko OYE (US) – eclipse pink  Limited Edition bracelet – LEGO, sterling silver, rubber cord

Uli RAPP - proudly FAKEpinky- FIFI LA FERRAILLE -Collier PIECE UNIQUE
Uli Rapp (NL) – proudly FAKE
Fifi  la Ferraille (FR) – Collier – Pièce unique

Cheryl Eve Acosta- Double Bracelet - sterling- nylon braceletHelen Britton - non omne est aurum quod splendet (all that glitters is not gold)
Cheryl Eve Acosta (US) – Double Bracelet – expo ‘fibers expanded’ – sterling- nylon bracelet
Helen Britton (AU) – ‘non omne est aurum quod splendet’ (all that glitters is not gold)

pinky- Denise_Julia_Reytan neckpieceMasako ONODERA - Eruption Necklace
Denise Julia Reytan (DE)- neckpiece
Masako ONODERA (US) – Eruption Necklace

 

'mikeandmaryjewelry' - ring_a_day challengeBrigit Daamen (NL) felt ringYoko IZAWA - veiled rings
mikeandmaryjewelry‘ ‘ring_a_day » challenge
Brigit Daamen (NL) felt ring
Yoko Izawa  (UK)- veiled ring

Iris Eichenberg - 'traenenmeer' brooch - 'pink years later' - copper plated silver, beads, nylonTerhi TOLVANEN -Hyacinthe Cristalline - broche, 2008 - grape wood- silk, silver, amethyst (long 18cm) - série Folie des Fleurs (winter)
Iris Eichenberg (NL)- ‘traenenmeer’ brooch – ‘pink years later’ – copper plated silver, beads, nylon
Terhi Tolvanen (NL)- Hyacinthe Cristalline – broche, 2008 – grape wood- silk, silver, amethyst (long 18cm)

Min-Jii Cho - ou comment donner 1 2me vie aux gants MAPA !!silvina romero - buenos Aires -textile necklace
Min-Jii CHO - necklace
Silvina Romero (Arg.) – textile necklace

 

Katerina handlova-Glass-rocailles, lamp-worked beads - 'coral' necklace 2007Christine Bossler - Distance - 2.jpg
Katerina Handlova (CS) – glass-rocaille, lamp-worked beads ‘coral’ necklace
Christine Bossler (US) ‘Distance’ necklace

 

Lemarié-Broche Étoile du Sud-plumes,argent,cristaux lisa juen - Brooch 'Pink Tradition' 2009- Steel, nail varnish,
Eric-Charles Donatien pour Lemarié (FR) – Broche Étoile du Sud-plumes, argent,cristaux
Lisa Juen – Brooch ‘Pink Tradition’ 2009- Steel, nail varnish, rost, glass, silk floss

Mi-Mi Moscow necklace 'tranquility' 2003Felicity PETERS- 'inspired by the gherkin', earplugs and silver thread
Mi-Mi Moscow (RU)- necklace « tranquility »
Felicity PETERS (AU) – ‘inspired by the gherkin’, earplugs and silver thread

 

akiko-kurihara_ ring pinky- Susanne KLEMM - ring 'sleeping beauty'- 'orchid'  -silver,cold enamel
Akiko Kurihara (JP) ring
Susanne KLEMM (CH) – ring ‘sleeping beauty’- ‘orchid’  -silver,cold enamel

 

pinky- Johanna Dahm (CH) perspex broochshannon_carney
Johanna Dahm (CH) perspex brooch
Shannon Carney – resin brooch

 

sarah_keay_pink_bangle_detail - Silver, monofilament, enamel, plastickatharina moch bracelet- plastic (partly glow in the dark) copper, enamel, citrin...
Sarah Keay (UK) pink bangle detail – Silver, monofilament, enamel, plastic.
Katharina Moch (DE) bracelet- plastic (partly glow in the dark) copper, enamel, citrin...

 

Philip SAJET- 'Precious and stone' 2008 - gold, rose quartzTed NOTEN-' Fashionista Purple Haze' necklace- glass, crystal, nylon
Philip SAJET- ‘Precious and stone’ 2008 – gold, rose quartz
Ted NOTEN-’ Fashionista Purple Haze’ necklace- glass, crystal, nylon

susie ganch at SOFA 2009pinky- Seth PAPAC
Susie Ganch  brooch (SOFA 2009)
Seth Papac  (US) necklace

chlo%C3%A9+durand+la+vie+en+rose+1 dans Amy WEIKS (US)chlo%C3%A9+durand+la+vie+en+rose+2 dans Arthur HASH (US)
Chloé Durand - Monocle : laiton doré + gravure laser « ¥€$ » + plexiglass teinté en rose taille diamant
« Monocle qui met en avant la dérision de notre comportement vis à vis de l’argent ; l’obsession que la quête de la richesse engendre en nous, et l’illusion de bonheur qu’elle produit. Avec, je vois la vie en rose… »

 

 

et pour finir en beauté …. des fesses roses … de bonheur ! emoticone

pinky- Brigit Daamen
Brigit Daamen (NL) was recently featured in the exhibition “Fashioning Felt”, at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Brigit felts plastic costume jewelry with merino wool and transforms them into precious edgy neck pieces.

 

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