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27/04/2014

EXPO ‘Le Printemps des Maîtres d’art’ – Vitrines du Palais Royal, Paris (FR) – 10 Avril-25 Mai 2014

Le dispositif du ministère de la Culture et de la Communication «Maîtres d’art-élèves», d’accompagnement de transmission de savoir-faire dans le domaine des métiers d’art, fête ses 20 ans. A cette occasion, une exposition intitulée «Le printemps des Maîtres d’art – vingt ans de transmission de savoir-faire» présente dans les vitrines du Palais Royal à Paris 26 créations d’artisans des métiers d’art, Maîtres d’art ou Élèves, du 10 avril au 25 mai 2014.

20 ans de transmission de savoir-faire

EXPO 'Le Printemps des Maîtres d'art' - Vitrines du Palais Royal, Paris (FR) - 10 Avril-25 Mai 2014 dans Gilles JONEMANN (FR) Vitrine-20-ans-des-Maitres-d-art_illustration-16-9

© Yves Sabourin

Créé en 1994, le titre de Maître d’art est attribué à des professionnels des métiers d’art reconnus pour leurs savoir-faire remarquables et rares. A ce jour, on compte 115 Maîtres d’art.
L’objectif de ce dispositif original, reconnu par l’UNESCO, est de préserver et transmettre ces savoir-faire et de mettre en œuvre de véritables « contrats de générations » entre un professionnel, maître dans sa discipline, le Maître d’art, et un jeune professionnel ayant au moins cinq ans d’expérience, l’Élève. La formation se déroule dans l’atelier du Maître d’art pendant trois ans.

L’objectif est d’inscrire cette transmission de gestes et de procédés dans un développement économique viable : au terme de sa formation, l’Élève développe son projet professionnel, soit aux côtés du Maître d’art, ou en reprenant son atelier, soit en créant sa propre entreprise.

A chacune de ses promotions, le dispositif aujourd’hui mis en œuvre l’Institut national des métiers d’Art (INMA), démontre sa pertinence.

Pour cette exposition, le ministère de la Culture et de la Communication a sélectionné, après appel à proposition à tous les Maîtres d’art (115) et à leurs Élèves (90), 26 créations qui reflètent la diversité des métiers d’art, des techniques et des matériaux.
La grande voyageuse, Passage, Songe, Silence, Bestiaire d’amour, matin Bourgogne, Diane au jardin d’Eden… sont les titres de certaines de ces créations qui sont autant d’invitations à la rêverie et au voyage dans l’univers de ces « orfèvres » des techniques et des matières que sont les Maîtres d’art et leurs Élèves.

Les Maîtres d’art sont les « passeurs » d’un patrimoine immatériel exceptionnel qui contribue fortement au rayonnement de notre pays. L’ambition de cette exposition est de donner une image profondément renouvelée de ces professionnels et de ces métiers qui font aussi bien appel aux outils traditionnels qu’aux technologies les plus avancées.

Les créations présentées lors du « Printemps des Maîtres d’art « ont été réalisées par :
Gérard Adde, sérigraphe
Georges Alloro, facteur d’instruments
Serge Amoruso, maroquinier-designer
Marianne Anselin, créatrice de bijoux
Germain Benoît, gaufreur sur velours
Renato Baoretto, créateur d’automate
Sylvie Deschamps et Marlène Rouhaud (Le Bégonia d’or), brodeuses au fil d’or
Annie Bocel, graveur
Marie-Annick Bresson, mouleur statuaire
Jean-Pierre Baquère, verrier flaconneur, et Isabelle Emmerique, laqueuse
Gérard Borde (CRAFT-centre de recherche sur les arts du feu et de la terre) et Hélène Delépine, céramistes
Julie Decubber, créatrice de bijoux
Yves Dorget et Anne-Valérie Blézot, passementiers
Gabriel Goerger, forgeron d’art
Marcelle Guillet-Lubrano, parurière florale
Jean Girel, céramiste
Françoise Hoffmann, feutrière
Gilles Jonemann, créateur de bijoux
Jacques Loire (en collaboration avec Jean-Michel Othoniel), verrier
Emilie Moutard-Martin, plumassière
Francine Nicolle et Muriel Perez, brodeuses de boutis
Laurent Nogues et Clément Vinot-Battistoni, gaufreur sur papier
Olivia Oberlin, éventailliste
Philippe Rault et Naoya Miyake, facteurs et restaurateurs d’instruments en cuivre
Marie de la Roussière, laqueuse
Nelly Saunier, plumassière.

Co-commissariat de l’exposition : Yves Sabourin / Séverine Boursin
Scénographie : By105

Exposition réalisée en partenariat entre le Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, l’Institut National des Métiers d’Art et l’Association des ateliers des Maîtres d’art et de leurs Élèves.

Marianne Anselin -  ... Après le musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Les vitrines du ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Palais Royal jusqu'au 25 mai 2014...Marianne Anselin  « ma cabane à ciel ouvert » et ses amies – bagues
Marianne Anselin - Hérissée et ses pérégrinations... Après le musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Les vitrines du ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Palais Royal jusqu'au 25 mai 2014...Marianne Anselin – manchette « Hérissée »
 
Vitrines du Palais-Royal et de la galerie de Valois.
Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication.
Jardins du Palais Royal
Paris
accès : 2 place Colette 75001 PARIS
Horaires d’ouverture du jardin: 7h – 20H30

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER 2014 – 22 Avril-8 Juin 2014

Legnica Jewellery Festival  SILVER 2014  -  22th April – 8th June 2014

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER 2014  Dates:  22th April - 8th June 2014

 The 23rd Legnica International Jewellery Competition

CLASSIC

Legnica - CLASSIC

Announcement of Winners: 17 of May

 Legnica

 

Artist qualified to 23rd International Jewellery Competition CLASSIC:

Brunella Alfinito -Italy  — Jordi Aparicio -Spain — Paula Bahadian -Brasil/Spain –  Lauren Ellen Braithwaite -Great Britain — Sigurd Bronger -Norway — Sungho Cho -South Korea –  Gabriela Cohn – Argentina/Spain — Trinidad Contreras -Spain — Marisa Marla Desii -Italy — Georg Dobler -Germany — Elisabetta Duprè -Italy — Susanne Elstner -Germany — Nicolas Estrada -Colombia –  Sara Gackowska –Poland — Stephanie Hensle -Germany — Herman Hermsen -Netherlands — Gabriele Hinze -Germany –  Piret Hirv -Estonia — Marta Hryc -Poland — Lijung Huang -Taiwan — Ferran Iglesias -Spain — Paweł Kaczyński –Poland — Annika Kedelauk -Estonia — Sooyeon Kim -South Korea — Sergiusz Kuchczyński -Poland — Aneta Lis-Marcinkiewicz -Poland — Peter Machata -Slovakia –  Judy McCaig -Great Britain — Rhona McCallum -Great Britain — Daniel Michel -Germany –  Ted Noten –Netherlands — Yasutaka Okamura -Japan — Joo Hyung Park -South Korea — Tabea Reulecke -Germany — Julia Reymann -Germany — Nina Schäfer -Germany — Nils Schmalenbach -Germany — Frederike Schürenkämper –Germany — Nicole Schuster -Germany — Pedro Sequeira -Portugal — Hye Jung Sin -South Korea — Gisbert Stach -Germany — Dimitar Stankov -Bulgaria — Andrzej Szadkowski -Poland — Yoko Takirai -Japan/Italy — Heike Walk -Germany — Karol Weisslechner -Slovakia — Jarosław Westermark -Poland

 Announcement of names of winners and awards ceremony will take place during the culmination of the Festival on the 17th May at 7.30 p.m. Welcome to Legnica!

 
The Gallery of Art
pl. Katedralny 1
59-220 Legnica
Poland
ph. (+48) 76 862 09 10; (+48) 76 862 06 94
fax (+48) 76 856 51 26
e-mail: galeria@galeria.legnica.pl
silver@galeria.legnica.pl

26/04/2014

EXPO ‘Reinventing Nature’ – CODA Museum, 2 Mai-7 Sept. 2014

Classé dans : CODA Museum (NL),Exposition/Exhibition,Hollande (NL),Terhi TOLVANEN (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 22:51

Reinventing Nature

Terhi Tolvanen – a retrospective

02.05 to 07.09.2014

This retrospective of the Finnish artist Terhi Tolvanen is part of the exhibition The Force of Nature.
Visual artist and jewellery designer Terhi Tolvanen (Helsinki, 1968) is a pioneer of a new and original use of nature in the contemporary (author’s) jewel. Nature and how it is influenced by man is one of the central themes in her jewellery.


Terhi Tolvanen, Brooch, Terhi Tolvanen – Jardin Japonais – brooch

What makes Tolvanen’s work special is her attention to detail, technical refinement, and her understanding of the practical demands jewels make. A striking feature of her jewellery is that the hand of man is always present in a natural, logical way. By this, she shows that, with attention and scrupulousness, culture and nature can reach great heights together.

A recent series of jewels is based on the art collections of the seventeenth century, in which amazement and astonishment about nature formed the basis. These jewels are part of Reinventing Nature. This is the first exhibition to bring together all the jewellery Terhi Tolvanen made over the past fifteen years. In addition, some of her earlier work will be shown. The pieces CODA has on loan for this exhibition come from all over the world, including two prominent American private collections.

Terhi Tolvanen  - Mossy GreenTerhi Tolvanen  – Mossy Green

Terhi Tolvanen - Printemps
Terhi Tolvanen – Printemps

 Terhi Tolvanen - parrot tulipTerhi Tolvanen – parrot tulip

Terhi Tolvanen scarabeeTerhi Tolvanen scarabee brooch

 
CODA Museum
Vosselmanstraat 299
7311 CL Apeldoorn
tel.: (055) 5268400

EXPO ‘Beyond textile – 21 jewelers from Argentina’ – Galerie Cebra, Düsseldorf (Germany) – 3 Mai-7 Juin 2014

Beyond textile – 21 jewelers from Argentina

Curator: Luis Acosta

INVITATION TO THE OPENING of the exhibition that will take place here in Germany. I am referring to “beyond textile”, which will gather a series of jewellery pieces made by twenty-one Argentine designers.
I would like to highlight the fact that this is the first time an exhibition on this scale is held by Argentine jewellers in Germany.

vernissage : May 3th, 7:00PM

INVITATION TO THE OPENING of the exhibition that will take place here in Germany. I am referring to “beyond textile”, which will gather a series of jewellery pieces made by twenty-one Argentine designers.I would like to highlight the fact that this is the first time an exhibition on this scale is held by Argentine jewellers in Germany. Curator: Luis Acosta. The link to the blog of this exhibition is the following: http://beyondtextilejewelry.tumblr.com/ May 3th, 7:00PM  Galerie Cebra - Andreasstr. 25 - 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany - 0039 21132321http://www.galerie-cebra.de/

This exhibition gathers a series of pieces produced by twenty-one Argentine designers.

It consist of a variety of works that, even if they have contemporary textile jewelry genre as a strong reference, they often transcend it and play with its borders and limits using their own individual expressive resources.

Thus, we can see how shapes, textures and colors are expressed in a variety of materials and techniques in which also arises the peculiar relation notions on the human body as a carrier, in some cases, since there are pieces that step aside from this requirement of traditional jewelry´s typical function: be worn by someone.

 

see also EXPO ‘Beyond textile – 21 jewelers from Argentina’ – Galerie help u zelven, Winterswijk (NL) – 27 Avril-24 Aout 2014

 

Galerie Cebra
Andreasstr. 25
40213  Düsseldorf, Germany
0039 21132321
http://www.galerie-cebra.de/

 

25/04/2014

EXPO ‘Corrado de Meo « Sensitive Matter » ‘ – Meister und Margarita, Frankfurt (DE) – 10-24 mai 2014

Corrado de Meo « Sensitive Matter »

Meister und Margarita

Vernissage 10.05 ab 17:00 bis open end!!!

EXPO sensitive matter - Corrado de Meo - galerie Meister & Margarita

« Sensitive Matter. Prozess.
The first cognitive act that I accomplish at the beginning of a project is the definition of volumes, subsequently its design in space and finalize its forms exposed to Light.
The desire to harmonize those forms, analyzed in their structure as complex as the human body.
This study engages me to such a degree developing a fundamental sector of my research that gives lightness to those volumes, through use and experimenting of uncommon material.
My work is based also on observation, even if the material has been attacked by age, is always subject to changing its shapes going through entropy, and according to the physical laws that regulate its structure, it maintains, at every following transformation, even in different shapes, a coherent harmony and aesthetical balance able to outweigh chaos.
while I am producing my work, I reproduce this phenomena and intervene on it, crystallize a moment on its transformation and render it symbolic.
Underlining, conceptually that every new transformation (life) corresponds to a new aesthetic harmony, allowing to think about life itself and how matter in everlasting change maintains, apart from a superficial glance, its poetic beauty. » Corrado De Meo

  sensitive matter - Corrado de Meo - galerie Meister & MargaritaCorrado de Meo  – Anello Blush brush argento elettroformato, ossidi epennello da trucco.

Corrado de Meo brooches -  electroformed silver, polystyrene, amber, oxidsCorrado de Meo   brooches -  electroformed silver, polystyrene, amber, oxids
 
Meister und Margarita

Schulstrasse 38,
60594 Francfort-sur-le-Main

 

24/04/2014

EXPO ‘Pheromones’ – Ndsm Treehouse, Amsterdam (NL) – 25 Avril 2014

Classé dans : Eily O'CONNELL (IRL),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Hollande (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 17:58

Eily O´Connell : solo exposition ‘Pheromones’ at NDSM Treehouse

25 april 2014 from 17:00

Eily O' Connell. "pheromones"

Amsterdam The Netherlands is famous for it´s jewellery designers who are exceptional due to the use of unusual materials. Ted Norton chose chewed-up chewing gum. Julia Walter works with bones and clay Noon Passama uses human hair Terhi Tolvanen collects twigs from the forest. They are all admired models for the Irish jewellery designer Eily O´Connell. This month she is commencing as artist in residence in the NDSM Treehouse where she will get down to work with dead moths, pheromones and linoleum prints of enlarged insects. In her exposition ‘Pheromones’ which will be on view on Friday 25 april from 17.00pm in the containers of the NDSM Treehouse, she experiments in true Dutch traditon with unusual materials. “  » I feel a strong bond with The Netherlands because I am constantly searching for the bounderies of what a jewellery should be. As I am designing a new jewellery line , and am definitely not going to use much silver or other traditional materials. I chose this place on NDSM specifically for the strong artistic community which is active here and the freedom to experiment with unusual materials. During her stay on the NDSM she searches like a beachcomer for materials, she recently found laboratorium phials (test tubes) which she strung together to make chains of. The theme in O’Connells work is genetic modification. In her city of abode, Dublin, she travels to the coast regularly to search for materials on the beach.The catch is usually pieces of crab, seaweed or (her biggest pride) a fossilized beetle. Black is the preferred colour but Gothic is not how she describes her style. « It’s more sinister. I select different pieces of nature and bring them together, which gives an alienating effect. There is something captivating and mystic about it. In the past she did a project on the death of bees, whereby she immortalized these indispensable flying insects in various jewellery. To further the research on insects she visited the University of Amsterdam. Here she met scientist Astrid de Groot she was researching the sexual behaviour of moths. The influence of Pheromones was apparently enormous, females and males with enough of this substance proliferated profusely. Less advantaged moths did not stand a chance. Designer Eily took dozens of dead moths along to use as subjects for her jewellery line. She arranged the moths in differnet positions on top of each other and took photos with her macro lense. It supplied surprisingly graphic images. She enlarged the countless legs on lino and modelled them into necklaces and bracelets.

Eily O’ Connell

Usually, Eily O’ Connell’s jewellery work mirrors crisis in the natural environment. ‘Pheromones’ mirrors the evolution of moths and thus a more positive subject told through limited edition lino prints.
The theme came about from contacting Amsterdam based entomologists to find out what interesting insect species they were studying. The subject was open to whoever responded and the only stipulation is that they would be studying an insect new to Eily’s work.
Astrid Groot from the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystems Dynamics in the University replied back to an email. She explained how she is studying the sexual behavior of moths, to understand how this contributes to speciation (the evolution process by which new biological species arise) and thus biodiversity.
Pheromones are emitted by moths in order to attract new mates and certain species give off specialist perfumes. As it is so important for us to understand evolution, the work Astrid and her team for their work is highly admirable.
We often think of moths are purely cardigan eating pests. Maybe now you will see that they are indeed a beautiful species with fascinating complexities.
As O’ Connells jewellery deals with darker notes, maybe once they are transported home to her native Ireland, they may evolve into a new species on route…

 

 

 

NDSM Treehouse gallery
TT Neveritaweg 61,
1033 WB Amsterdam
http://www.ndsmtreehouse.nl/

EXPO ‘Ars Longa Vita Brevis’ – Melting Point 2014 VALENCIA (Spain) – 5-10 Mai 2014

« Ars Longa Vita Brevis »  forma parte del recorrido de exposiciones de Melting Point 2014 del 8 al 11 de mayo.

Melting Point Valencia 2014

Inauguración  9 de mayo, 11:00 h.
Fechas: del 5 al 10 de mayo del 2014

Ars Longa Vita Brevis - Melting point 2014 - Photo de Anabell Bravo.

El Departament de Joieria de la Escola d’Art i Superior de Disseny de València organiza en el mes de mayo Melting Point València. Joieria Contemporània 2014, lo que lo convierte en su segunda edición.

Toda la información y « english version » en: http://meltingpoint2014.wordpress.com/

El objetivo inicial sigue vigente: “…que, durante una semana, la EASD de València, y la ciudad misma en su conjunto, sean, en este sur de Europa, lugar de encuentro de artistas, diseñadores, especialistas, coleccionistas, estudiosos y público en general interesado por la joyería.”

 

Participantes:  Anabell Bravo Anna Maria StaianoElisa PerisEsperanza Pascual Mae AlandesMarie PendarièsMi Kyung LeeMónica ArceMyriam MorenoNúria BrionesRosa BorredáSarah Robinson.

   Rosa BorredaRosa Borreda

MYRIAM MORENO MARTINEZ - LO APREHENDIDOMyriam Moreno – lo aprehendido
Nuria BrionesNuria Briones
Marie Pendaries - parachutes dorésMarie Pendaries – parachutes dorés
Mónica Arce Mónica Arce
Esperanza Pascual: España y olé!
Esperanza Pascual: España y olé!   En esta obra utilizo la joyería, como medio para expresar mi rabia y dolor (no sin cierta dosis de ironía) por los acontecimientos que están ocurriendo en nuestro país. Jugando con dos imágenes contrapuestas  Mae AlandesMae Alandes- Hardened Pencil Shavings, silver chain, copper chain. 2013
  Mi Kyung Lee (Sud KR - Valencia) -porcelain ringsMi Kyung Lee  -porcelain rings

 
Círculo de Bellas Artes
C/ Cadirers, 5
Valencia
del 5 al 9 de 17:00 a 20:30
y sábado 10 de 17:30 a 20:30
Fácil de llegar, desde la Calle Caballeros accede a la C/. Calatrava, dirección Plaza del Negrito, la tercera boca calle a la derecha es la C/ Cadirers, 5.Desde la Plaza de la Reina, por la Calle de la Corregería, accedes a la C/. Calatrava, subes en dirección Plaza del Negrito y la primera boca calle a la izquierda es la Calle Cadirers, 5.
Círculo de Bellas Artes C/ Cadirers, 5 Valencia

23/04/2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 – Open Call for Submissions – deadline : 30 Avril 2014

Classé dans : Appel a candidature / Call for Entry,BARCELONA,Espagne (ES),JOYA (ES),Salon,VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 20:36

JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair, October 9, 10 and 11, 2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –

Open Call for Submissions to JOYA is open for applications

 click here to download the different documents

Deadline to apply : April 30th, 2014

JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair, October 9, 10 and 11, 2014.
 
 
JOYA 2014 Jury :
Paulo Ribeiro and Anthony Chevallier , Directors of JOYA
Wolfgang Loesche, Director of Schmuck
Marina Elenskaya, Editor in Chief of Current Obsession
Reinhold Ludwig, Editorial director of Art Aurea
Pilar Garrigosa, Art Collector
Piotr Rybazcek, Gallery owner of La Basilica Galería
Yannick Mur, JOYA 2014 featured artist

http://www.joyabarcelona.com/
http://vimeo.com/77701694

COLLECT 2014 – Saatchi Gallery, London (UK) – 9–12 May 2014

The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects brings together the world’s finest galleries representing exceptional work of museum-quality from their portfolio of artists. Thirty six international galleries will come together at the Saatchi Gallery, London from 9 – 12 May 2014

 participing galleries here 

 

 WCC-BF Gallery – créateurs BELGES à LONDRES : Claire Lavendhomme, Ria Lins, Dorothée van Biesen, Nelly van Oost …….  Stand 3.1/2 – Rez-de-Chaussée

WCC-BF à COLLECT

EXPO Nelly van OOst at COLLECT à la saatchi gallery de Londres  (Stand 3.2) du 9 au 12 mai 2014. Je suis représentée par le WCC BFNelly VAN OOST  -  Stand 3.2

Dorothée Van Biesen Piece: Vert, turquoise, jaune fluo, 2012 Imitation leather, hand-sewn satin, scooby-doos Necklace and half-mask

Dorothée VAN BIESEN   « Vert, turquoise, jaune fluo », 2012 Imitation leather, hand-sewn satin, scooby-doos Necklace and half-mask

* Susanne Klemm   represented by   Gallery Ra

News Exhibitions : 9 – 12 May 2014 -  Collect, Saatchi Gallery, London UK

SUSANNE KLEMM-CH /NL much celebrated work is also, primarily inspired by nature.

 

* Galerie ROB KOUDIJS - located at the Ground Floor, Gallery 5, stand nr 5.4.

 COLLECT 2014: HELEN BRITTON at Galerie Rob Koudijs, stand no 5.4.(brooch 'Big Bouquet'; silver rose gold plated, plastics)Helen Britton – brooch ‘Big Bouquet’; silver rose gold plated, plastics
COLLECT 2014 :TERHI TOLVANEN at Galerie Rob Koudijs,  (brooch 'Amethyst Plant'; cactus amethyst, cement, wood)TERHI TOLVANEN - brooch ‘Amethyst Plant’; cactus amethyst, cement, wood 
 COLLECT 2014: ALEXANDER BLANK - brooch 'Ahoi Acapulco'; bog wood, silver ALEXANDER BLANK - brooch ‘Ahoi Acapulco’; bog wood, silver
 
Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ
King’s Road, London SW3 4S

www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collect/

22/04/2014

EXPO ‘Idar-Oberstein: Artists in Residence’ – Villa Bengel, Idar-Oberstein (DE) – 8 avril-10 mai 2014

Classé dans : Allemagne (DE),Exposition/Exhibition,IDAR OBERSTEIN/Hochschule TRIER (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 22:05

Idar-Oberstein: 40 Artists in Residence

Exhibition of the Artists-In-Residence collection of the Villa Bengel
Vernissage: 08. April 2014, 18:00 Uhr – Villa Bengel

EXPO 40 artists in residence - Idar-Oberstein

In Kooperation mit der Hochschule Trier lädt die Jakob Bengel-Stiftung seit Mai 2006 renommierte Schmuckkünstlerinnen und –künstler zu einem Arbeitsaufenthalt als „Artists in Residence“ nach Idar-Oberstein ein. Alle der inzwischen 40 Artists in Residence haben der Jakob Bengel-Stiftung nach Abschluss des Aufenthalts ein Schmuckstück als Dauerleihgabe überlassen. Diese so zusammengetragene Kollektion reflektiert die Atmosphäre der denkmalgeschützten Schmuckmanufaktur und der in Idar-Oberstein allgegenwärtigen Welt der Edelsteine aus der Perspektive und im Werk der einzelnen Künstlerinnen- und Künstlerpersönlichkeiten.

 

Aus einem gravierten Opal hat die Estländerin Kertu Tuberg diesen Halsschmuck im Jahr 2008 kreiert.Kertu TubergAndrea Wagner  Brosche "Entlang der Edelsteinstraße" 2011.
Andrea Wagner  Brosche « Entlang der Edelsteinstraße » 2011
Francis Willemstijn - Brosche aus Holz und Stein geschaffen.Francis Willemstijn • Brooch: « Roads » • Hazel, oak and stone • 2013
Ulrich Reithofer "Sliced Egg"  Halsschmuck.Ulrich Reithofer « Sliced Egg »  Halsschmuck
Peter Skubic Peter Skubic – Brosche
"Caleidoskope" nannte Beppe Kessler diese Brosche.Beppe Kessler « Caleidoskope »   Brosche

Uli Rapp - Jacob Bengel collectionUli Rapp

Artist in Residence at Bengel :
2014 : Helen Britton  — Danni Schwaag & Tasso Mattar — Claudia Stebler
2013 :  Tamara Grüner — Judy McCaig — Volker Atrops
2012 : Beppe Kessler — Ulrich Reithofer — Ulrike Kämpfert
2011 : Silvia Weidenbach — Gemma Draper — Denise-Julia Reytan
2010 : Francis Willemstijn — Tarja Tuupanen — Gésine Hackenberg — Jaanika Pajuste
2009 : Andrea Wagner — Ulo Florack — Estela Saez Vilanova — Uli Rapp
2008 : Piret Hirv — Leonor Hipólito — Claudia Silveira Oliveira — Julia Turner — Kertu Tuberg — Teresa Lane
2007 : Kertu Tuberg & Teresa Lane — Katja Prins — Anni Kagovere — Peter Skubic –Suzana Rezende — Julie Mollenhauer — Beate Eismann — Silke Trekel — Karin Seufert
2006 : Bety Majernikova — Monika Strasser — Luzia Vogt — Jantje Fleischhut — Annette Ehinger — Monika Brugger — Beate Klockmann — Vera Siemund — Kathleen Fink

 

 
Villa Bengel
Wilhelmstraße 44,
55743 Idar-Oberstein
Tel.: 06781 27030
www.jakob-bengel.de/2014/03/40-artists-residence

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