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20/05/2011

EXPO ‘Tout ce qui brille, …’ – WCC-BF, Mons (BE) – 21 Mai-14 Aout 2011

A la gale­rie du WCC-BF
Expositions tem­po­raires. Au pre­mier étage de la galerie, un espace d’expositions temporaires conçues ou accueillies par le WCC-BF.

Tour d’Europe des Arts appliqués.  21.05.2011 – 14.08.2011

EXPO 'Tout ce qui brille, ...' - WCC-BF, Mons (BE) - 21 Mai-14 Aout 2011      dans Belgique (BE) DK-illustration(on picture : Kaori Juzu‘attempting to create a bodily conversation point # 1′ brooch 2010. enamel, copper, 24kt and 14kt gold, silver)

Depuis 1429, la Guilde des orfèvres contemporains de Copenhague réuni les plus talentueux orfèvres et bijoutiers danois. Une institution figurant parmi les plus anciennes et respectables d’Europe, mais un groupement de créateurs également menés par une réflexion et une recherche résolument contemporaine.
Où se situe l’orfèvrerie danoise aujourd’hui, vers quoi tend-t-elle ? C’est à ces questions que les commissaires de « Tout ce qui brille… » souhaitent répondre en proposant une exposition réunissant des objets à la fois profondément ancrés dans leur époque et héritiers d’un savoir faire technique et formel ancestral.
Dans le cadre de son Tour d’Europe des Arts appliqués, le WCC-BF, en collaboration avec la Guilde des Orfèvres de Copenhague, présente des objets et bijoux d’orfèvrerie contemporaine réalisés par des artistes de renommée internationale, ainsi que par quelques jeunes créateurs au talent prometteur.

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Oeuvres de :
Carsten From Andersen  Signe Frese Bülow Andersen

Claus Bjerring

Gitte Bjørn

Katrine Borup

Kim Buck

Lasse Bæhring

Lisbeth Dauv

Sidsel Dorph-Jensen

Yuki Ferdinandsen

Karen Fly 

Anna Magdalena Furrer

Kasia Gasparski

Else Nicolai Hansen

Janne Krogh Hansen

Kaori Juzu

Jytte Kløve

Marie-Louise Kristensen

Jeanette Lopez-Zepeda

Lone Løvschal

Lisbeth Nordskov

Peder Musse

Therese Mørch-Jørgensen

Kamilla Ruberg

Allan Scharff

James Stoklund

Per Suntum

Mette Saabye

Mette Vivelsted

Josephine Winther

Katrine Borup - skull ring
Katrine Borupskull ring 

Katrine Borup- 'kartofen' ring Katrine Borup- ‘kartofen’ ring 

Mette Saabye Mette Saabye

Kaori Juzu, Dances at Dawn broochKaori Juzu‘dances at dawn’ brooch 2010. enamel, copper, silver,14kt gold

Jeanette Lopez-Zepeda- "Klokkeklang" necklace (detail) - titanium: Jeanette Lopez-Zepeda- « Klokkeklang » necklace (detail) – titanium

Lisbeth Nordskov  ,  'plugs and plumlines' brosche - Sterling sølv, oxyderet sølv, røde trLisbeth Nordskov  ,  ‘plugs and plumlines’ brosche – Sterling sølv, oxyderet sølv, røde tråde og dentalskiver

Lisbeth Nordskov  - halsmykke, gummi og nylonLisbeth Nordskov  – halsmykke, gummi og nylon

Kasia Gasparski  broochKasia Gasparski  brooch

Kasia Gasparski  broochesKasia Gasparski bamboo (red) brooch and (black) ring

Kasia Gasparski--Danish CraftsKasia Gasparski ring  »Gold Stories », 2001 

Josephine Winther  'Colourings'Josephine Winther  ‘Colourings’Josephine Winther - Rubyfruits from Jewellerybox - Smykkeskrinet.  Photographer: Dorthe Krogh:Josephine Winther -  Ruby Fruit. Halssmykke 2003. Syntetiske rubiner, 18 karat rødguld, possementer

Per Suntum, "HEART BURNIN STILL YEARNIN", 2007  Per Suntum« Heart Burnin’ still Yearnin’ » brooch – 2007- alabaster, 22kt gold, silver, gold leaf, pigmentKamilla RUBERG - Kinetic Globe Ring -Kamilla RUBERG – Kinetic Globe Ring

clear dans Danemark (DK)clear dans Exposition/Exhibitionclear dans GALERIESclear dans Jeanette LOPEZ-ZEPEDA (DK)Therese Morch Jorgensen - Perfectly Chewed pins 2010Therese Mørch-Jørgensen « perfectly chewed » pins 2010

Karen Fly  ring - made off .... "Mela Min" serieKaren Fly  ring - made off .... "Mela Min" serie - ring blue
Karen Fly  ring – made off …. « Mela Min » serie

 

WCC-BF
Site des Anciens Abattoirs
17/02, rue de la Trouille
B-7000 MONS
Tél. 00 32 65 84 64 67
www.wcc-bf.org

*ARTIFIZIO* – EXPO ‘S16 – Il divenire delle cose’ – Galleria 42, Modena (IT) – 15-28 mai 2011

 » S16 – Il divenire delle cose « : dialogo tra Artifizio e Daniele Milanesi

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5 Italian Design Artists, all based in 5 different towns: Luisa Bruni (Rome), Gigi (Luigi) Mariani (Modena), Elena Martinelli (Genoa), Paolo Mazzeschi (L’Aquila), Claudio Ranfagni (Florence), all sharing the same passion for contemporary handmade jewellery, linked and grouped together through a web based virtual collective StudioLab called ARTIFIZIO

Each of them works separately and they usually share their creations only once about to assemble each new piece. Individuality helps preserving the artistic side, and the power of the network adds strenght while striving in a more and more competitive market…and it works! (DOY)

*ARTIFIZIO* - EXPO 'S16 - Il divenire delle cose' - Galleria 42, Modena (IT) - 15-28 mai 2011 dans Artifizio (IT)

« S 16″ cadavres exquis ….

Join them for their new show « S16 Il divenire delle cose: dialogo tra Artifizio e Daniele Milanesi », Modena, Galleria 42 – May 15th -28th    www.galleria42.com

S16 è il risultato di un processo di trasformazione.
Il video è la traduzione poetico/sonora delle fasi di questo processo, unica testimonianza di ciò che era e che non sarà mai più. La contaminazione liquida fa assumere agli elementi in gioco un significato « altro » da quello per cui erano stati creati, come attori principali in un atto di denuncia e di provocazione, divenendo proprio per questo « opera ».
Gli oggetti colpiti dal liquido brunitore (S16) come un percorso biologico/organico, sono la metafora di una mutazione che è anche una rinascita e che assume tutto il valore della memoria.
Gli elementi che compongono l’installazione vengono reinterpretati dall’ouverture site specific che il l’artista designer Daniele Milanesi realizza rigenerando rifiuti metallici, stabilendo un’anticamera scenica per i simboli fluttuanti che il gruppo Artifizio ha generato da una trasposizione contemporanea del gioiello d’autore.

Comme une marée noire qui « englue » tous ces bijoux à thème marin, englue pour les faire mieux « émerger » …..

 dans Claudio RANFAGNI (IT)
Claudio Ranfagni - Spilla (brooch) ‘CAVALLUCCIO’ -argento, bronzo, smalti

 dans Elena MARTINELLI (IT) 
Elena Martinelli- Spillone ‘MEDUSA’ – argento, rame, ottone, perline, corallo, vetro

 dans Exposition/Exhibition

Gigi Mariani – Anello ‘ANEMONE’ – argento, oro, plastica

 dans GALERIES 
   dans Gigi MARIANI (IT) dans Italie (IT)

Luisa Bruni – Bracciale ‘FONDALE’ – argento, rame, ottone, sabbia, resina

 

 

 

 

 

Galleria 42
Via Carteria 42
4100 Modena, ITALY

EXPO ‘COVET’ – Adelaide Central Gallery, Norwood (Australia) – 29 Avril-28 Mai 2011

Covet

A Survey of Contemporary South Australian Jewellery

Adelaide Central Gallery will stage a survey of most recent works by 15 South Australian Jewellers in the exhibition Covet. The exhibition features works by both established and emerging artists.
The first exhibition devoted solely to jewellery to be staged at Adelaide Central Gallery will feature not only jewellery but also works that relate to the body but are not strictly considered jewellery. These include sculptural pieces that will either be hung on the wall or suspended from the Gallery ceiling.  
Adelaide Central School of Art Inc (ACSA) is an independent, not-for-profit, accredited Higher Education Provider that provides intensive training for students looking to develop a career as a practising artist. The ACSA Gallery is an integral part of the school’s teaching program.

Julie Blyfield, Jane Bowring, Catherine Buddle, Jess Dare, Eliza Gregerson, Christian Hall, Ingrid Kellenbach, Leslie Matthews, Alice Potter, Sarah Rothe, Regine Schwarzer, Lauren Simeoni, Michelle Taylor, Catherine Truman and Sera Waters

http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/gallery/images/AlicepotterThedinosaursbluerose.jpg
Alice Potter – the Dinosaur’s Blue Rose- 2010 – Cotton, plastic, wood, paint laminate, gold leaf, 925 silver and silk

http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/gallery/images/lauren.jpg
Lauren Simeoni- Plumule neckpiece (detail) – Artificial plant foliage, glass beads, 925 silver- 2010

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Jess Dare- Implosion Series- Lampwork glass, sterling silver, steel 2010
Sera Waters- Interior Tract (Knit) #1- 2011- String, cotton, wooden beads and faux pearls

http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/gallery/images/CTrumanOrganicMechanicSeries2.jpg
Catherine Truman - Organic Mechanic Series – Shell, coral, bone, fibre and glass- 2011

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Julie Blyfield - Coastal Brooches  2011

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Regine Schwarzer – necklace ‘Fractal construct’ 2011 – Patinated sterling silver, fluorite crystals

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Regine Schwarzer- Fractal constructs- Patinated nickel silver- 2009

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Regine Schwarzer – brooches ‘Facet forms’ 2011 -Patinated sterling silver, prehnite

http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/gallery/images/MichelleTaylor03Bitsandpieces.jpg

Michelle Taylor - Bits and pieces brooch- Rimu timber, bamboo plywood, merbau timber, mild steel, acrylic and enamel paint, varnish, stainless steel

http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/gallery/images/leslie2web.jpg
Leslie MatthewsThree times-we parted- Breath- and I- sterling silver and polyurethane- 2011

 

 

 

Adelaide Central Gallery
45 Osmond Terrace
Norwood, South Australia 5067 Australia
Telephone +61 8 8364 2809
Facsimile +61 8 8364 4865
Email:gallery@acsa.sa.edu.au
www.acsa.sa.edu.au

 

Decouverte : Sunggee MIN – delicacy from nature

Classé dans : Belgique (BE),Craft Victoria (AU),Sunni Elizabeth GIBSON (NZ) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:09

Sunggee MIN :

« My work relates to my earlier studies in Philosophy and Literature as well as to the differnet religions that I have tried to understand and still think about and question. My creative motivation begins with an exploration of relationships in everyday life. » (Craft Victoria)

(voir également son blog)

Decouverte : Sunggee MIN - delicacy from nature dans Belgique (BE) Eucalyptus_pendants-337x484
Sunggee MIN Eucalyptus seed-pod Series, Grevillea seed-pod pendant

Eucalyptus_earrings-600x434 dans Craft Victoria (AU)
Sunggee MINEucalyptus  Seedpod earrings 2011

Seedpod Rings
Sunggee MINseedpod rings 2011

Moss Necklace
Sunggee MINmoss necklaces -925 Silver, Corian, Hobby moss, Silk Thread

EXPO ‘Tanel Veenre – Paradise regained’ – PLATINA Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 21 Mai-18 Juin 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Suede (SE),Tanel VEENRE (EE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

 Tanel Veenre – Paradise regained
Opening night Saturday 21st May 2011, 16-19

« There are moments when one experiences a feeling of exceptional clarity. Everything instantly seems possible and, for a time, all the threads of doubt weave together to form an invincible rope of conviction, able to carry even the heaviest of burdens. The entire world and every single universe combined can be fastened to that rope.
That is Paradise regained. »

EXPO ‘Tanel Veenre - Paradise regained’ - PLATINA Gallery, Stockholm (SE) - 21 Mai-18 Juin 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition 195746_172735149450431_8379029_n

Platina welcomes Tanel Veenre to his first solo exhibition, Paradise regained, in the gallery. The exhibition has previously been shown in Tallin (Gallery Marz) and in Munich (Historische Baumaterialien).
Tanel Veenre was born into an art and music loving family. His city grandfather played piano in cafes and accordion at home, his other grandfather from Põlva County played the Estonian zither. His father and brother are violinists. But Tanel Veenre didn’t become a musician eventhough the music plays a roll in his works. Instead, he found a path that his mother would have perhaps chosen if life had been different- to create visual art. He decided to enrol in the jewellery programme at the Academy of Arts. These studies led him to Kadri Mälk, who taught him to see the big picture – the biggest picture.
With that in mind Tanel Veenre has developed a very personal style, not like any other. To wear his jewellery is to step into another world in which reality is erased and becomes a dreamy landscape. His collection of jewellery is like a collection of poems. No wonder he got great success worldwide. « Jewellery is crystallized poetry, a precious, compact genre with a finelyhoned vocabulary of patterns. Spare but taut. Art requires to be oneeis own storyteller.
Jewellery is a triumph of the imagination; the world of two people – the artist and the spectator – that has congealed, for an instant, into one.
« 
-
Tanel Veenre

Tanel Veenre lives and works in Estonia as a freelance jewellery artist. He has also worked as a fashion and advertisement photographer, fashion editor of « Eesti Ekspress », editor-in-chief of cultural magazine « Muusa » and cultural editor of « Eesti Päevaleht ». Tanel Veenre is working since 2005 as a teacher in Estonian Academy of Arts.

Tanel_Veenre dans Gal. Platina (SE)

 

Heart_cross dans Suede (SE)

Tanel VeenreHeart cross

Ametist dans Tanel VEENRE (EE)Majestic
Tanel VeenreAmetist necklace         —            « Majestic »

LesFleurs_dumalArrivalWinter

Tanel Veenre« LesFleurs du mal »   —        « Arrival »  —            « Winter »
 

 

PLATINA
Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden

 

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