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31/01/2013

EXPO ‘Black Bile – Hanna Hedman’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Suede) – 31 Janv.-16 Mars 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Hanna HEDMAN (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:51

Platina Gallery -  Hanna Hedman  Exhibition – Black Bile Platina 31st of January-16th of March 2013

EXPO 'Black Bile - Hanna Hedman' - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Suede) - 31 Janv.-16 Mars 2013 dans Exposition/Exhibition invitation_Hanna_Hedman“ALL AROUND IS BEAUTY, BUT A LINGERING BLEAKNESS IS PULLING DOWNWARD.” – HANNA HEDMAN

Platina Gallery -  Hanna Hedman  Exhibition - Black Bile, Platina 31st of January-16th of March 2013

Hanna Hedman’s new group of jewellery specially produced for her solo exhibition at gallery Platina merge from aesthetics of loss, personal inner darkness, imitated nature and talismanic objects.

Blossoming sentimental flowers that imitate still life paintings become preserved into metal. Desiccated leaves form a hand that wants to hold on to you or a mask to hide behind. The work represent a frozen moment of decay; a preserved dark beauty that derives from the struggle of good and evil. Light and darkness are contesting one another. The jewellery wants to be beautiful on one hand, but on the other hand haunting and not even jewellery at all.

Materials: Copper, silver, leather and paint.
Photo:
Sanna Lindberg

Hanna Hedman  Exhibition - Black Bile - Platina  Gallery - 31st of January-16th of March 2013 Hanna Hedman Necklace: Black Bile 2013 – Silver, leather, copper, paint – 45 x 12 x 26 cm – Photo: Sanna Lindberg

Hanna Hedman  Exhibition - Black Bile, Platina 31st of January-16th of March 2013 Brooch: Black Bile 2013Silver, leather, copper, steel, paint35 x 7 x 14 cmPhoto: Sanna Lindberg

  Hanna Hedman  Necklace: Black Bile 2013  Silver, leather, copper, steel, paint  65 x 22 x 9.5 cm  Photo: Sanna Lindberg Hanna Hedman  Necklace: Black Bile 2013  Silver, leather, copper, steel, paint  65 x 22 x 9.5 cm  Photo: Sanna Lindberg

 

Platina Gallery
Odengatan 68, Stockholm,
tel  08-300 280
Öppet Tisdag – Fredag 11-18, Lördag 11-15

platina@platina.se

 

30/01/2013

EXPO ‘Women Working Words’ – Facèré Gallery, Seattle (US) – 6-26 Fevr. 2013

Women Working Words

Wearable words. A celebration of the Literary and Jewelry Arts by 13 Women Artists.

In conjunction with the exhibition, Facèré owner Karen Lorene will be reading an excerpt from her new novel.
« A six-legged bear. Four-inch claws. A gurgling growl. Paul’s legs churn through molasses. A tree ahead. His hands reach. His fingers grasp. Tree bark peels like scabs. Below him bear paws slam the tree. Whup! Whup! Whup!
A branch overhead! Almost safe! His arms are like sludge, like cooked noodles, like Jell-O. His heart pounds. Claws scrape his heel, engulf his foot. The tree shakes and the bear yells in a hollow voice that echoes up into the mountains and over the valleys––echoes and echoes, “SHALL WE DANCE? SHALL WE DANCE? SHALL WE DANCE?”
Paul laughs at the joke until he looks down. He has no legs. He can’t dance. He can’t climb. He can’t move or wiggle or breathe. He can’t… even when his Mom’s voice calls, “You can do it! You can do it!” He can’t. »

Artists: Kristin Beeler — Nancy Bonnema — Kat Cole — Kathleen Faulkner — Nadine Kariya — Marcia Keefer — Marina Marioni — Mary Hallam Pearse — Gail Rappa — Jacquie Rice — Katherine Richmond — Sarah Wauzynski — Kristi Zevenbergen.

 Kristin Beeler, "Ossuary" brooch. Kristin Beeler, « Ossuary » brooch

Mary Hallam Pearse  Ring: Love Rocks 2012  Silver Mary Hallam Pearse  Ring: Love Rocks 2012  Silver

Nadine Kariya  Brooches: Buttons to Push Series  Sterling silver, gold Shakudo, silver Shibuichi on Sterling silver  Photo: Daniel Fox Nadine Kariya  Brooches: Buttons to Push Series  Sterling silver, gold Shakudo, silver Shibuichi on Sterling silver  Photo: Daniel Fox

Kat Cole - 'Can't Find the Words' Brooch  Brooch in steel, tin and brass. 2.5 x 1.5 x .25".  Exhibit: Women Working Words Kat Cole – ‘Can’t Find the Words’ Brooch  Brooch in steel, tin and brass

Kat Cole: 'Extra Pressure' Brooch, Brooch in tin, found objects, brass and steel. 3.5 x 3 x .25". ($269)Kat Cole – ‘Extra Pressure’ Brooch, Brooch in tin, found objects, brass and steel

Kat Cole: Kat Cole ‘The Last Drop’

Kathleen Faulkner: Hemingway Brooch, Brooch in sterling silver, paper, ink and mica. 2.5 x 2".Kathleen Faulkner: Hemingway Brooch, Brooch in sterling silver, paper, ink and mica

 

Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery
1420 Fifth Avenue 108
WA 98101 – Seattle
United States
Telephone: 206.624.6768
Fax: 206.624.2852
website: www.facerejewelryart.com
mail: facereart@gmail.com

29/01/2013

EXPO ‘Karen Vanmol: Evolving Habitat’ – Beyond Fashion, Antwerp (BE) – 31 Janv.-9 Mars 2013

Karen Vanmol: Evolving Habitat

EXPO Karen Vanmol evolving habitat

« evolve and change. A city without a little nature works claustrophobic for me, but a nature landscape with no sign of humanity is too quiet for me. Protecting or imitating nature, the use of natural materials in architecture, the restoring of a road surface, accidental strong shapes on a construction site, these things I find very interesting.
On my way though town, I hunt and collect. I always encounter interesting images that I use as an inspiration. In adittion, there is a certain choise of materials and colors, these are strongly influenced by memories. For example the necklaces, furniture in different colors, certain constructions. I make my story and the viewer projects its own story on top of mine.
I always start from my sources of inspiration, with these eyes I look around me. I show viewers how I look at things around me. Next to that I make jewellery and I like to use my tools and try out how materials reacts to them. Eventually I work with materials, and that provides an additional factor.
I find out the properties they possess and how I can edit them and this will count in the final result. Some techniques I use are common and you can find them in your house.
Naturally I tend to work clean and delineated, here I try against it by for example damaging materials. It gets me out of my comfort zone and it bothers me, but at the same time I want to do it.«   Karen Vanmol

 Karen Vanmol  Brooches 2012  Wood, formica, veneer, silver, steel pinKaren Vanmol  Brooches 2012  Wood, formica, veneer, silver, steel pin

  Karen Vanmol  Necklace 2012  Wood, fiber reinforced plastics, veneer, oxidized silver, vintage plastic beads  Pendant: 8 x 11 x 1 cm chain: 44 cm Karen Vanmol  Necklace 2012  Wood, fiber reinforced plastics, veneer, oxidized silver, vintage plastic beads  Pendant: 8 x 11 x 1 cm 

Karen Vanmol  Necklace 2012  Wood, fiber reinforced plastics, oxidized silver, vintage plastic beads, steel pin  Pendant: 7.5 x 3.7 x 1.5 cm chain: 52 cm Karen Vanmol  Necklace 2012  Wood, fiber reinforced plastics, oxidized silver, vintage plastic beads, steel pin  Pendant: 7.5 x 3.7 x 1.5 cm

 

Beyond Fashion
Pourbusstraat 7
2000 – Antwerp
Belgium
Telephone: +3232378541
website: www.beyondfashion.be
mail: beyondfashion@antwerpen.be

28/01/2013

Collaborations with ……. an animal !

Classé dans : Hubert DUPRAT (FR),Teresa FARIS (US),VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 0:12

Caddis fly larvae are known to incorporate bits of whatever they can find into their cocoons, be it fish bone or bits of leaves. Hubert Duprat (French) gave them gold, turquoise, gems and pearls. Duprat places the caddis fly larvae in a controlled environment, supplying them with precious materials. Individual insects build with different levels of skill, some preferring beads and others pearls.-hubert duprat- ces larves marines font leur habitat de ce qu'elles trouvent autour d'elles.: Hubert Duprat, French artist, collaborates with common caddisfly larvae to create intricately designed jewels. Interesting, he gets the caddisfly to do most of the work. masterpieces

« French artist Hubert Duprat collaborates with common caddisfly larvae to create intricately designed, one-of-a-kind jewelry masterpieces. Yes, really.
The bizarre working relationship is based on the moth-like creature’s natural tendency to construct elaborate armors for itself from tiny items it scavenges from its habitat – freshwater stream beds. These items typically include gravel, twigs, plant material, rocks and sand.
The larvae glue the elements into intricate tubes using excreted silk and enter their new fortresses prior to pupation (the transformation stage between larva and adult). When secured in the structure, they are less likely to be consumed by fish and other predators.
Duprat surmised that if he deprived the caddisfly larvae of their natural materials and replaced them with elaborate and more ornate items, such as gold flakes, opal, pearls, turquoise and ruby, the caddisfly larvae might adapt to the elements on hand. He was correct and the results are beautifully intricate, tube-shaped structures that can be strung like beads on a necklace. » (Martin Binder tumblr)

A French artist has stumbled upon a real-life alternative to Cinderella's ball-gown-sewing mice: spectacular jewelry crafted by bugs. Hubert Duprat employs: Hubert Duprat‘s aquatic caddis fly larvae, with gold, opal, and turquoise cases.Hubert Duprat - Tricoptera Larva at #SlipOfTheTongue #LeParadox for @amagcuratedby - Read on! http://bit.ly/1KbPrSf #HubertDuprat #AMagazine #AMagazineCuratedBy #Art #contemporaryart #CollezionePinault #PuntaDellaDogana #venicebiennale2015 #biennaleartevenezia #BiennaleArte2015 #artgram #DelfinasGold: Hubert Duprat – Tricoptera Larva

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

 

 

While Teresa Faris (USA) has a delightful working partner, « Charmin », a gorgeous cacatoès. She makes artful jewelry incorporating wood that’s been partially chewed by her parrot. Her ongoing series of jewelry has led to an artistic connection between the two species. Aptly, this collection is called, « Collaboration with a Bird. » This year, she added additional pieces to the collection and « Collaboration with a Bird II » has emerged. Several of these pieces are currently on view at Racine Art Museum in an exhibitioncal

Teresa Faris - "Charmin" at work, chewing .....Teresa Faris – « Charmin » at work, chewing …..

« When things are literally and figuratively torn down to pieces I am called to return order to them.
Rhythmic and repetitive movements encourage introspective or creative thinking. As a maker I have adopted this practice and find that it eases the mind when the body is testing and acting as a reminder of impermanence. The ideas of fragility and human/animal connectedness are central themes in my work. Recently, I have become interested in working in collaboration with non-human animals rather than referencing/representing or using their bodies. I want to illuminate the ideas of universality and equivalency of all living things. I have witnessed non-human animals performing repetitive movements/activities and I wonder if they find the same soothing aftereffects.  
The series titled “Collaboration with a Bird” demonstrates my need to repair all things broken. Pieces of wood that have been repetitively chewed by a bird are assembled into a new shape and completed with fabricated metal. » EXPO - entre bois et pierre - Teresa Faris série intitulée 'Collaboration avec un Oiseau': Teresa F. Faris série intitulée ‘Collaboration avec un Oiseau’ (EXPO « entre bois et pierre »/ Jan-June 2013
« Between Wood and Stones” exhibition Pôle Bijou – Communauté de Communes des Vallées du Cristal – 13 rue du Port 
54120 Baccarat, France)

Teresa F. Faris  Brooch: Collaboration with a Bird II 2011.  Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird: Teresa F. Faris  Brooch: Collaboration with a Bird II 2011.  Sterling silver, wood altered by a birdTeresa F. Faris  Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird ll 2012  Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird: Teresa F. Faris  Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird ll 2012  Wood altered by a bird, sterling silverTeresa Faris - "Collaboration with a bird - II" brooch - sterling, wood altered by a bird, stainless steel: Teresa Faris – « Collaboration with a bird – II » brooch – sterling, wood altered by a bird, stainless steelTeresa F. Faris, Brooch, 2011 Collaboration with a Bird 2011  Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird: Teresa F. Faris, Brooch, 2011 Collaboration with a Bird   Sterling silver, wood altered by a birdTeresa F. Faris  Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird ll   Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird (FRONT view): Teresa F. Faris  Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird ll 2012  Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird  - BACK view:

 Teresa F. Faris collaboration with a Bird ll  2012  Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird (FRONT & BACK view)Teresa F. Faris Collaboration With a Bird  2008  wood chew toy, Sterling Silver  .75" x .75" x .5"  pendant: Teresa F. Faris Collaboration With a Bird  2008  wood chew toy, Sterling Silver  .75″ x .75″ x .5″  pendantTeresa F. Faris  Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird ll 2012  Wood altered by a bird, sterling silver: Teresa F. Faris  Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird ll 2012  Sterling silver, wood altered by a bird 

 

25/01/2013

EXPO ‘BODYPARTy’ – Goldfingers Gallery, Copenhagen (DK) – 10 Janv.-5 Fevr. 2013

BODYPARTy / Katrine Borup

10 jan – 5 feb / Fernisering 9 jan. kl 16-19 / Artist talk 16 jan 16.30 -17.30

BODYPARTy is a jewellery series related to anatomic models – objects that playfully address a likeness to body parts, organs, tissue types, cell structures etc.

It can be characterized as a sort of information project but also as a critique of today’s prevailing concept of the body that is based on information and science. We know EVERYTHING there is to know about what is healthy and unhealthy for us. We are bombarded with self-help books, articles in women’s magazines and information campaigns. Control and restraint are in vogue; pleasure and indulgence are considered signs of weakness.
All the jewellery is made of balloons. This choice is not least based on a desire to strike a contrast to the rational mindset – balloons are associated with celebrations and happy occasions, childish innocence; they hold immediate appeal and are very physical ….they make us want to reach out and touch. In the project, some of the most prominent balloon characteristics, such as their inflatability, have been used as a comment on to the body-related theme.
The project also plays with the concepts of applied art, crafts, art and design, in part by virtue of the functional quality of some of the pieces – although the function does border on the absurd.
The jewellery in the BODYPARTy series consists of deliberately contradictory, almost inconsistent objects, at once playful and serious, appealing and unappealing, intellectual and sensuous. At once cause and effect or disease, cure and prevention in an often confounding mix.
“The fact is that we all have a risk of dying of all sorts of things. And the risk of dying is 100 percent.”
John Brodersen, associate professor in the Department of Public Health, the University of Copenhagen

 

EXPO 'BODYPARTy' - Goldfingers Gallery, Copenhagen (DK) - 10 Janv.-5 Fevr. 2013 dans Danemark (DK) 7_om_ugen....web
7_om_ugen...n_ja_mske_lidt_ dans Exposition/Exhibition

Katrine Borup Piece: 7 units a week … well, maybe just a drop more … /red wine flask 2013

Wine-coloured mouths of balloons, two complete balloons, corks, red leather string, silver
My worst visions of a stomach suffering the effects of too much red wine – spongy and full of holes. Two complete balloons have been inserted into the stomach to mark the transitions to, respectively, the oesophagus and the intestines, and the size and shape of the stomach is approximately correct. This piece of jewellery is worn on the body like a waist pack, so that the container is located on top of the actual stomach on the left side of the body, directly underneath the ribs. The wearer can fill the two balloons with a liquid according to preference (and conscience).  The red X on the back acts as a ‘NO’ mark.

discokollaps_web dans Gal. Goldfingers (DK)
Katrine BorupPiece: Disco Collapse/posture-correcting back jewellery 2013
Balloon ends from long, thin neutral-colour balloon animal balloons
The human spine consists of 24 vertebrae, the os sacrum and the coccyx. In between the vertebrae (7 cervical (neck) vertebrae, 12 thoracic (middle back) vertebrae and 5 lumbar (lower back) vertebrae) there are a total of 23 elastic discs, made of cartilage, which serve as buffers to prevent the shock of body movements from affecting the brain. Over time, the discs are worn, and in the Western world especially, many people suffer from back problems; a prolapsed disc is a common diagnosis. Too much sedentary work is one of the explanations, and the solution – both the prevention and the cure – is physical activity and posture-correcting and muscle-strengthening back training.

Disco Collapse consists of 23 balloon discs that can be assembled to form 4 small (disco) balls (which also bear some resemblance to massage balls), which in turn can be combined in pairs to form “dumbbells”. The piece can take on a wide variety of shapes, from the completely collapsed to the carefully assembled. The 23 balloon discs vary in size like the discs of the spine, and the assembly of the balloon snippets plays on the fact that a prolapsed disc is a bulge on a disc that occurs as the soft centre of the disc pushes through the tough connective tissue that surrounds the disc. The balloon discs consist of nothing but bulges. The mouth of a balloon has been integrated to reflect a dream of simply being able to fix a prolapsed buffer by re-inflating it.

drowning_by_enumbers_1 dans Katrine BORUP (DK)
 Katrine Borup -  Piece: Drowning by E-numbers 2013
Balloon ends from long, thin balloon animal balloons, thread
A section of my beautifully colour-enhanced small intestine enlarged ten times.
This piece of jewellery resembles the shape and appearance of the small intestine – a section of human small intestine enlarged ten times. The inside of the small intestine is covered in intestinal villi: millimetre-sized folds that increase the surface area of the small intestine and thus the absorption of nutrients considerably. Drowning by E-numbers is a wide belt or tube that one pulls up around one’s body (or down – depending on one’s build) – a balloon corset. Drowning by E-numbers maintains the same diameter throughout the length of the tube, so unlike a normal corset it will fit loosely around the waist and tend to fold up, turning the ”villi-lined” interior inside-out. In this state, the piece almost resembles a bathing ring or life ring. Others might be reminded of a “belly tyre”. While the corset is associated with CONTROL, the tyre is a sign of the opposite. The title refers to food colouring and plays with the idea that it takes knowledge and information to eat right. Anyone taking on that challenge might soon find themselves drowning in the vast ocean of often contradictory information on the topic.

 
Goldfingers
Klosterstræde 18
1157 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Tlf (+45) 32173730
mail@goldfingers.dk

http://www.goldfingers.dk/dk/page/bodyparty–katrine-borup

24/01/2013

EXPO ‘Dalla macchina alla mano’ – Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch, Roma (IT) – 26-27 Janv. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Italie (IT),Stefania LUCCHETTA (IT) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:08

Dalla macchina alla mano : i gioielli tridimensionali di Stefania Lucchetta

evento organizzato nell’ambito dell’edizione A.I.Gallery 2013, progetto di ALTAROMA, a cura di Clara Tosi Pamphili e Alessio de’Navasques

 

Stefania Lucchetta design -  Roma, Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch, vicolo Sforza Cesarini, 3

Stefania Lucchetta, Silk 51 bangle Stefania Lucchetta, Silk 51 bangle

Stefania Lucchetta, Ring, 2005 Stefania Lucchetta – ring 2005. Resina, brillanti

Stefania Lucchetta 'Stellite Limited Edition Ring' 2009 Stefania Lucchetta ‘Stellite Limited Edition Ring’ 2009

Stefania Lucchetta - Anello Crystal 11, resina biocompatibile Stefania Lucchetta – Anello Crystal 11, resina biocompatibile
Stefania Lucchetta - Anello Crystal 32. Stellite Stefania Lucchetta – Anello Crystal 32. Stellite

 

Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch
vicolo Sforza Cesarini, 3A
00186 Roma – Italy
tel (+39) 06 68 89 19 36
fax (+39) 06 68 58 23 60
info@galleriamlf.com

23/01/2013

PREZIOSA YOUNG 2013 – WINNERS

« The selection had been very hard: we had 225 applicants, and mostly of them with excellent works…. The responsible for this selection was Dr Maria Cristina Bergesio, curator of PREZIOSA, which has selected the winners for the 2013’s edition, as follow :  Panjapol KulpapangkornRob ElfordBenedikt FischerKarin Roy AnderssonWan Hee ChoChiara ScarpittiAntje StolzLauren Vanessa Tickle
Our compliments! We also decided to give a special mention to: Mari EbbittAlice McLeanSofie BoonsKatharina MochMärta MattssonMarisa DesiiMina Kang
We invite the non-selected people to try again next year!! Selected artists (winners) will receive a message with the instruction regarding the material to send for the preview at Inhorgenta fair (Inhorgenta 2013, Munchen, Germany, February 22 to 25. ), and for the exhibition in Florence.  PY2013 will also be hosted at Legnica Silver Festival ( Legnica (Poland), on the occasion of the Silver Festival (May-June 2013). ). »

The exhibition will take place in Firenze, from 21st of June to 20th of July, 2013, In the Marino Marini Museum for contemporary arts.

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition -   Antje Stolz Jewellery.Antje Stolz -  Necklace: Askew II 2012 – Slate veneer, enamel paint, silk thread, lead

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  - Chiara Scarpitti  Collier: FLY'S BIRD 2012  Oxidate silver, pure silk/digital prints, steel/chemicalChiara Scarpitti -  Collier: FLY’S BIRD 2012 – Oxidate silver, pure silk/digital prints, steel/chemical

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  avec Benedikt Fischer.Benedikt Fischer – Brooch: Equus Equus 2011 – Plastic, remaniumPreziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  avec Karin Roy Andersson.Karin Roy Andersson – Brooch: A Constant Grinding 2012 – Apple seeds, titanium, aluminium steel, silver

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  Avec Lauren Vanessa Tickle.Lauren Vanessa Tickle -  Necklace: $300.00 US Dollars (Currency Converted) 2011 – US Currency, Silver, Latex, Monofilament

Panjapol Kulpapangkorn - Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition - Panjapol Kulpapangkorn -  Pieces: Jewellery Is At MY Feet, The Show Is Yours 2012 - Mixed medias, Paper boxesPanjapol Kulpapangkorn – The Memory Kits (Community project) -   Jewellery Is At MY Feet, The Show Is Yours 2012 – Mixed medias, Paper boxes

www.preziosa.org
Contact preziosa@artiorafe.it
Via dei Serragli, 104 – 50124 Firenze (Italy)
www.artiorafe.it
+39 055 22 80 131

22/01/2013

EXPO ‘Design de jeunesse’ – Institut français de Berlin (DE) – 23 Janv.-10 Mars 2013

Après le vif succès rencontré par « L’EMOI du Design » présenté par les Ateliers de Paris à Madrid, l’Institut français de Berlin est très heureux d’accueillir l’exposition « Design de Jeunesse » dans ses murs.

Vernissage le 23/01/2013 à 19h00. Entrée libre.

En coopération avec la Mairie de Paris et les Ateliers de Paris.

Elle exposera les œuvres de nombreux jeunes créateurs, designers, artisans d’art et créateurs de mode des Ateliers de Paris :
Chris Ambraisse Boston (A&K CLASSICS®) — Gabrielle Gérard, Marion Jaubert (AMBRYM) — Gonzague d’Audiffret (KOKONO) — Théophile Besson — Emilie Zanon (CAPOUCHE) — Cécile Chareyron — Marie Charpentier — Luce Couillet — Jean Couvreur — Sophie Dalla Rosa — Pauline Deltour — Judith Bourdin (DENOVEMBRE) — Alexandra Devaux — Olivier Dollé — Sandra Dufour — Esther Bacot — Arnaud le Cat, Coralie Frick et Luther Quenum (UNQUI DESIGNERS) — Laurence Charbit, Victor Carril, Virginie Mazel (IS NOT DEAD) — Pierre Favresse — Arzu Firuz — Elise Fouin — Auriane Grosperrin — Janaïna Milheiro — Rémi Andron, Kathia Saul, Thiébaud Chotin (FLOZ) — Cyrine Hayouni — Camille Lescure — Antoine Lesur — Lily Alcaraz, Léa Berlier (LILY&LEA) — Jean-Sébastien Lagrange — Mylinh Nguyen — Nicolas Stadler — Charlotte Brocard (ON NE JOUE PAS A TABLE) — Oympe Jaffre (OLYMPE 75018) — Galatée Pestre — Julie Rothhahn — Luise Schwarze et Franck Pouchoulin (THE INDIVIDUALIST(S)) — Aurore Thibout — Sylvia Toth (WARMI).

EXPO 'Design de jeunesse' - Institut français de Berlin (DE) - 23 Janv.-10 Mars 2013 dans Allemagne (DE) 607f9d82abac924645bb2b9d79ba9b5dMarie Charpentier

Marie Charpentier - broche "polypores" argent et acier Marie Charpentier – broche « polypores » argent et acier

   Sophie Dalla Rosa - décorations officielles de l'ordre du tricot Sophie Dalla Rosa – décorations officielles de l’ordre du tricot

Sophie Dalla Rosa - collection des petits riens - tricotage autour de cailloux Sophie Dalla Rosa – collection des petits riens – tricotage autour de cailloux

  LilyAlcaraz_et_LéaBerlier _ Colegram _ 3 Lily Alcaraz & Léa Berlier- Colegram

 

Institut français Berlin, Galerie, Kurfürstendamm 211, 10719 Berlin

19/01/2013

EXPO ‘Hardened Tears’ – Villa de Bondt, Gent (BE) – 19 Janv.-2 mars 2013

Hardened Tears – an amber jewellery exhibition

Curators Wim Vandekerckhove and Slawomir Fijalkowski

Hardened tears - amber jewellery exhibition - www.villadebondt.be

Jewellery artists :  Christiane Forster – Philip SajetTasso Mattar – Gisbert Stach – Adolfas Saulys – Stefano MarchettiPavel Opocensky -  Wolfgang Rahs – Manuel VilhenaRamon Puig CuyasDaniel KrugerAnnelies PlanteijdtSophie HanagarthKarl Fritsch – Slawomir Fijalkowski - Arek WolskiHerman Hermsen  – Ulrich Reithofer – Petra Zimmermann

  EXPO amber - Arek Wolski EXPO amber - Stefano Marchetti EXPO amber - Ramon Puig Cuyas

  EXPO amber - Slawomir Fijalkowski EXPO amber - Manuel Vilhena EXPO amber (at Villa de Bondt, Gent, BE) - Karl Fritsch EXPO amber - Annelies Planteijdt EXPO amber - Philip Sajet EXPO amber - Herman Hermsen EXPO amber - Sophie Hanagarth EXPO amber - Petra Zimmermann

Villa De Bondt
Krijgslaan 124
9000    Gent
Belgium
tel: 00 32 9 2217609
info@villadebondt.br
from Thursday to Saturday from 14.00 – 18.00

17/01/2013

EXPO ‘NSAIO 4′ – Amaranto Joies, Barcelona (ES) – 18 janv.-16 Fevr.2013

NSAIO 4. Nueva Joyería de Idar-Oberstein 4 at Amaranto Joies (Barcelona)  From January 18 until February 16, 2013

 NSAIO 4. Nueva Joyería de Idar-Oberstein 4 at Amaranto Joies (Barcelona)  From January 18 until February 16, 2013  #jewelryexhibitions    www.amarantojoies.com

Es la 1ª exposición que hemos preparado para celebrar nuestro 10º aniversario. Se reparte entre la escuela Massana y amarantojoies, y muestra una selección de obras recientes de los estudiantes de la sección de « Joyería y piedras preciosas » de la Universidad de Trier.  En ésta, toman parte alumnos del programa de Diplomado, Licenciatura y Maestría en Artes. La exposición cuenta con obras realizadas en todas las etapas de los estudios, con el fin de exponer una imagen auténtica del nivel de producción de esta institución, y también del desarrollo personal y artístico de los estudiantes.

« (…) Studierende an der Hochschule Trier in Idar-Oberstein begeben sich auf die Suche nach ihrem Platz und ihrer Rolle als Schmuckschaffende in der heutigen Gesellschaft. Dabei geht es auch um die inhaltliche Auseinandersetzung, wie dem Schmuck als neuen Totems der Gegenwart eine Wirkmächtigkeit und Aura verliehen und wie er mit Bedeutung aufgeladen werden kann. Für uns Lehrende ergibt sich daraus die abgeleitete Frage: Welches gesellschaftliche Wissen sollten Studierende sich aneignen? Wie können wir Erkenntnisse generieren und im Studium stimulieren und aktivieren, die über das Schmückende hinausgehen? »

expo at AmarantoJoies - qui ? (Taehee- Feuer )Tae-Hee In – 2010  - « Feuer » ring with package

Tala Yuan (NSAIO 4 exhibition -  new jewelry from Idar Oberstein - 2012-2013) Tala Yuan – ring - 2011
Hye-Shil Kim  Brosche  "Wolkenbruch"  Arkansas, Silber, Edelstahl Kim Hye-Shil – brooch ‘Arkansas’
Nelly van Oost - "Rencontre 9" 2012 Peinture, maillechore Technique mixte - photo : Elvira Golombosi Nelly van Oost – « Rencontre 9″ 2012 Peinture, maillechort Technique mixte – photo : Elvira Golombosi
expo at AmarantoJoies -  Matthias Dyer Matthias Dyer brooch

 

Amaranto Joies
Amaranto joies…
Sant Domènec 23
08012 Barcelona
tel. 93 217 14 40
www.amarantojoies.com
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