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Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Irony forest’ – Akademie der Bildenden Künste München (DE) – 7-13 Mars 2013

Irony forest

Die drei Künstler arbeiten in der Schmuckklasse von Prof. Otto Künzli in der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München : Akihiro Ikeyama (Japan) seit 2008, Junwon Jung (Südkorea) und Mari Iwamoto (Japan) seit dem Jahr 2010

Ausstellung in der AkademieGalerie

Eröffnung MI 06.03.13 | 20:00 Uhr
Öffnungszeiten 14:00 – 20:00 Uhr |
SA 14:00 – 18:00 Uhr

Irony forest -during SCHMUCK - Akihiro Ikeyama / Junwon Jung / Mari Iwamoto Die drei Künstler arbeiten in der Schmuckklasse von Prof. Otto Künzli in der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München: Akihiro Ikeyama (Japan) seit 2008, Junwon Jung (Südkorea) und Mari Iwamoto (Japan) seit dem Jahr 2010

irony forest
Der Wald ist gleichsam ein konzentrierter Raum der Naturgegenstände, zugleich aber auch ein Lebensraum, wo Tiere, Pflanzen und Zivilisationen ihre Lebenswurzel fassen. Er ist auch der materielle Raum, in dem die Sehnsucht der modernen Menschen nach der Natur gestillt werden kann. Die Holzbalken, die als Produkt der Abholzung des Waldes entstehen und für die Bauarbeit verwendet werden, werden im Ausstellungsraum wieder zu einer Baumgruppe arrangiert. Das Phänomen der modernen Gesellschaft, in der Wälder produziert werden, damit sie abgeholzt werden können, findet darin seinen besonderen Ausdruck: nämlich als Ironie. Mit diesen Schmuckarbeiten möchten wir zeigen, welche Beziehung wir in einer solchen Gesellschaft zur Natur haben können.

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO 'Irony forest' - Akademie der Bildenden Künste München (DE) - 7-13 Mars 2013 dans Akihiro IKEYAMA (JP) ironie-forest-ganz

Akihiro Ikeyama / Junwon Jung / Mari Iwamoto
Die drei Künstler arbeiten in der Schmuckklasse von Prof. Otto Künzli in der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München: Akihiro Ikeyama (Japan) seit 2008, Junwon Jung (Südkorea) und Mari Iwamoto (Japan) seit dem Jahr 2010. In ihren Werken arbeiten sie mit Materien oder Formen aus der Natur und betrachten mit einem je verschiedenen Blick die Beziehung zwischen der modernen Gesellschaft und der Natur

Mari-Iwamoto-FlourishRing 2012 Mari Iwamoto – Flourish Ring 2012

Akihiro Ikeyama brooch 2012 | antler, steel, color, catgut | 8cm x 6cm x 3cm Akihiro Ikeyama brooch 2012 -  antler, steel, color, catgut

 

Akademie der Bildenden Künste München
AkademieGalerie
Akademiestraße 2 – 4,
80799 München
Tel: +49 / 89 / 38 52 -0
Fax: +49 / 89 / 38 52 -206
post@adbk.mhn.de

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘To Tie or not to Tie’ – Fotostudio Adrian Greiter, Munich (DE) – 7mars 2013

Fotostudio Adrian Greiter
To Tie or not to Tie
, Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp for Hermès

during SCHMUCK : "To Tie or not to Tie,"  Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp for Hermès,  Fotostudio Adrian Greiter, Welserstraße 11, Tel. +32 485434390« To Tie or not to Tie, »  Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp for Hermès

‘To tie or not to tie’
To celebrate sixty years of Hermès ties, a workshop was organized at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, titled ‘To tie or not to tie’.
The students were asked to rethink the material and form of this silk cotton or wool sash and find new ways of using and wearing it.
The students were guided by Deganit Stern-Shocken and Anita Evenepoel.

Hermien Cassiers –  Kaat De Groef  — Archibald Godts — Saskia Govaerts  — Celina Gram  –  Jonathan Hens — Lien Hereijgers — Magaly Hermans — Stefanie Heyvaert — Lynn Mogensen — Katalin Rozsvolgyi — Karolien Severins – Jasmijn Siau — Dimitar Stankov — So Takayama — Hannah Van Lith — Jaspe Vandenberghe

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during SCHMUCK 2013 exhibition "to tie or not to tie ?"

 

 

Fotostudio Adrian Greiter
Welserstraße 11,
81373 München
Tel. +32 485434390

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO online ‘Matching Items Available’

Matching Items Available

Made to Make collective are embracing the virtual space of the Internet with ‘Matching Items Available’ an online exhibition that goes live 06.03.2013 to coincide with Schmuck 2013. -

madetomakecollective.wix.com/matchingitems  -  06-10-Mar 2013

 ​​‘Matching items Available’ sees ten art jewellers transform a mass-produced, fast-fashion necklace into something wholly different.

​These reworked pieces exude craft, imagination and creative ingenuity distinctive of the art jewellery approach.

​This brief was set to question, confront and push conceptions of jewellery and to ultimately invigorate our individual practices to show ‘Made to Make’ as a collective that is proactive in creating opportunities and platforms to display work and engage with the jewellery community at large.

​Within the art jewellery community, the Internet is an invaluable tool of learning, display and connection. Reflecting the value of social media in the visibility of art jewellery Made to Make embraced the virtual space of the Internet for Schmuck 2013, with the integration of Twitter and Youtube within the exhibition. Creating a sensory experience in the virtual venue, with the aid of photographic, video and audio ‘sketches’ provided by each artist.

Made to Make collective are embracing the virtual space of the Internet with ‘Matching Items Available’ an online exhibition that goes live 06.03.2013 to coincide with Schmuck 2013. -Artists: Farrah Al-Dujaili, Stephanie Arm, Emily Bullock, Sally Collins, Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton, Jo Pond, Fliss Quick, Katherine Richmond, Natalie Smith, Li-Chu Wu  madetomakecollective.wix.com/matchingitems  06-Mar-2013 - 10-Mar-2013

Artists:  Farrah Al-Dujaili –  Stephanie Arm Emily BullockSally CollinsHannah Fewtrell-BoltonJo PondFliss Quick — Katherine Richmond — Natalie Smith Li-Chu Wu

« Made to Make’ is a collective of art jewellers who are all alumni of the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design’s School of Jewellery MA course whose diverse collections have already culminated in an exhibition in the UK.
We are Farrah Al-Dujaili, Stephanie Arm, Emily Bullock, Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton, Sally Collins, Lydia Feast, Jo Pond, Fliss Quick, Katherine Richmond, Natalie Smith and Li-Chu Wu. »

Hannah Fewtrell-BoltonHannah Fewtrell-Bolton - ’High Street Incognito’ - Necklace Primark necklace, advanced plastics, enamel paint, plaster, pigment.
Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton - ’High Street Incognito’ - Necklace Primark necklace, advanced plastics, enamel paint, plaster, pigment.  http://madetomakecollective.wix.com/matchingitemsHannah Fewtrell-Bolton – ’High Street Incognito’ – Necklace Primark necklace, advanced plastics, enamel paint, plaster, pigment. 
Li Chu WU - 'My Pink Garden'    Necklace Primark necklace, paper sheets, paper threads, gild wire, nail polish, acrylic paint & glue.Li-Chu Wu – ‘My Pink Garden’    Necklace Primark necklace, paper sheets, paper threads, gild wire, nail polish, acrylic paint & glue.Farrah Al-Dujaili - 'Some Strange Species'    Necklace Primark necklace, copper, fabric paper, thread, plastic beads, acrylic dip, acrylic paint, watercolour pencil, nail varnish, ceramic beads.Farrah Al-Dujaili – ‘Some Strange Species’    Necklace Primark necklace, copper, fabric paper, thread, plastic beads, acrylic dip, acrylic paint, watercolour pencil, nail varnish, ceramic beads.
Katherine Richmond 'Community Values'    Brooch Primark necklace, book pages, epoxy glue and solder.Katherine Richmond ‘Community Values’    Brooch Primark necklace, book pages, epoxy glue and solder.
Fliss Quick - broochFliss Quick – brooch
Sally Collins - 'Hey! Why So Serious?'    Collar brooch Primark necklace and textiles.Sally Collins – ‘Hey! Why So Serious?’    Collar brooch Primark necklace and textiles.
Natalie Smith - 'Underneath It All...'    Neckpiece Primark necklace, textile, paint, icing.Natalie Smith – ‘Underneath It All…’    Neckpiece Primark necklace, textile, paint, icing.
Li-Chu Wu  Brooch: Place-Work2-Oxford 2012  Paper, copper, stainless steel  8 x 8 x 2 cmLi-Chu Wu  Brooch: Place-Work2-Oxford 2012  Paper, copper, stainless steel  8 x 8 x 2 cm
Natalie Smith  Brooch: Bad Seed 2012  Clay, paint, textiles, steel, sugar  12.8x6.5x8 cmNatalie Smith  Brooch: Bad Seed 2012  Clay, paint, textiles, steel, sugar  (‘From Dreams & Dust’ is a new collection that continues my work with SUGAR as a material.)
Farrah Al-Dujaili  Necklace: Meddle 2012  Copper, blackboard paint, chalk marker Farrah Al-Dujaili  Necklace: Meddle 2012  Copper, blackboard paint, chalk marker
Stephanie Arm   Spring  BangleStephanie Arm  – Spring  Bangle
Sally Collins   Silver Reknitted brooch  http://www.sallycollins.co.uk/Sally Collins   Silver « Reknitted » brooch
Fliss Quick - "Office Folk" : "wish I'd joined the foreign legion", 2011Fliss Quick "wish I'd joined the foreign legion, 2011"
Fliss Quick « wish I’d joined the foreign legion, 2011″
Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton - "don't give a block"
Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton – « don’t give a block »

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Things I see….. Helen Britton’ – Neues Museum Nuremberg (DE) – 7 Fevr.-28 Avril 2013

Die Neue Sammlung/ Neues Museum für Kunst und Design in Nürnberg.
Things I see….. Helen Britton,

The exhibition includes a complete new body of work for the show, alongside a presentation of the industrial series in a custom built showcase. In the second room there is a selection out of her archive dating back to 1991, along with sketchbooks, photos and films.

Talk with the artist in the exhibition: Helen Britton
Nuremberg | 07 March, 2013, 14:00

Helen Britton (the things I see) Helen Britton brooch

… Love, wealth and sentimentality, humor, wisdom, violence and hope – these are the paradox emotions and things typical of everyday life that Munich-based but Australian born Helen Britton (born 1966) teases out and explores in her jewelry objects. She combines semi-finished products in the jewelry industry and found objects from flea markets with components and structures she makes herself from metal to create something completely new. “I am building in a way a private world that accepts no compromises,” is how Helen Britton herself describes her work.
From the outset, the graduate in fine art in Britton draws the jewelry objects. Parallel, independent analyses of her artistic output arise, morph into pictograms, gaining the status of mnemonic symbols.

Helen Britton, Brooch "4 Parts Orange", 2000 | Photo: Die Neue Sammlung (Alexander Laurenzo)  http://www.die-neue-sammlung.de/press/hr_images/2010/danner_pdm_2010/britton_hr.JPG Helen Britton, Brooch « 4 Parts Orange », 2000 | Photo: Die Neue Sammlung (Alexander Laurenzo)
Helen britton Helen Britton brooch

Helen Britton - the things I see .... Helen Britton  Brooch: Untitled 2008  Silver, glas, paint  Photo: Helen Britton Helen Britton Brooch: Untitled 2008  Silver, glas, paint  Photo: Helen Britton

Helen Britton  Necklace: Untitled 2012  Silver, plastic  Photo: Dirk Eisel Helen Britton  Necklace: Untitled 2012  Silver, plastic  Photo: Dirk Eisel

"Awkward Beauty" is an interdisciplinary collaboration between Munich-based contemporary jeweller Helen Britton, Perth garment designer Justine McKnight and Perth photographer Michelle Taylor. (necklace helen Britton) Helen Britton  Necklace: Untitled 2012  Silver, plastic  detail (at « Awkward Beauty » exhibition)

Helen Britton Industrial series Helen Britton – from the Industrial series

 

 

Neues Museum Nuremberg
Klarissenplatz
90402 Nuremberg
Phone +49 (0)911 24020 69
www.nmn.demail: info@die-neue-sammlung.de
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h -

 

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Plateaus Jewellery Project’ – Rote Zelle, Munich (DE) – 8-9 Mars 2013

Plateaus Jewellery Project @ Schmuck 2013.

with  Barbora Dzuráková, Patricia Domingues, Katharina Dettar, Edu Tarin,

during SCHMUCK : Plateaus Jewellery Project @ Schmuck 2013.    Adalbertstrasse 11 | Munique  8, 9 Março at 13h - with Katharina Dettar - Patricía Dominques  - Barbora Dzuráková - Edu Tarín

Katharina Dettar, Summer is gone, 2013, Necklace, Agate, wood, gold, silver, steel Katharina Dettar, Summer is gone, 2013, Necklace, Agate, wood, gold, silver, steel

Barbora Dzurákóva. Ha(u)nting Truth. 2011. Brooch. Copper, enamel, silverplating, paint, remanium Barbora Dzurákóva. Ha(u)nting Truth. 2011. Brooch. Copper, enamel, silverplating, paint, remanium

Patricia Domingues    Duality 2, 2013, Brooch, Recon, steel, 75x50x15 mm, Photo by Manu Ocaña Patricia Domingues    Duality 2, 2013, Brooch, Recon, steel, 75x50x15 mm, Photo by Manu Ocaña
Edu Tarín (BA 2012) • brooch "Revival 11. 2012" • cooper, enamel, amethyst - electroforming • 2012 Edu Tarín (BA 2012) • brooch « Revival 11. 2012″ • cooper, enamel, amethyst – electroforming • 2012

 
Rote Zelle
Adalbertstraße 11,
80799 München – Germany
+49 (0)89 380 1674
11-19 h

 

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