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22/04/2014

EXPO ‘Hardened Tears’ – Museo Nacional de Cerámica, Valencia (ES) – 8 Mai-9 juin 2014 – Melting Point Valencia 2014

« Hardened Tears«   forma parte del recorrido de exposiciones de Melting Point 2014 del 8 al 11 de mayo.

Melting Point Valencia 2014

Inauguración: 8 mayo, 18.00 h
Fechas: 8 mayo/9 junio

 

EXPO "hardened tears" from Villa de Bondt

Coordinadores: Wim Vandekerckhove, Sławomir Fijałkowski -
Sławomir Fijałkowski — Christiane Förster Karl FritschSophie Hanagarth Herman HermsenDaniel Kruger Stefano MarchettiPavel OpočenskyAnnelies Planteijdt Ramon Puig Cuyàs Wolfgang Rahs Ulrich Reithofer Philip SajetAdolfas Šaulys Gisbert Stach Wilhelm Tasso Mattar Manuel Vilhena Arek WolskiPetra Zimmermann

Villa de Bondt

  HARDENED TEARS /7)  No 1462 subtle architectures. Brooch made by Ramon Puig Cuyas. No 1462 subtle architectures. Brooch made by Ramon Puig Cuyas

Hardened Tears /2)  Neptun eyes in Goldwasser. Necklace made by Sophie Hanagarth (Baltic amber, iron). Neptun eyes in Goldwasser. Necklace made by Sophie Hanagarth (Baltic amber, iron)   
Beautiful city in the middle of the stonewood. Necklace made by Annelies Planteijdt (Baltic amber, gold, pigments)« Beautiful city in the middle of the stonewood ». Necklace by Annelies Planteijdt (Baltic amber, gold, pigments)

 

 

Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias González Martí
Sala Temporales 1. Espacio B
Poeta Querol 2
Valencia
Martes a sábado de 10.00 a 14.00 h. y de 16.00 a 20.00 h.
Domingos de 10.00 a 14.00 h. Lunes cerrado.

EXPO ‘A bit of CLAY on the SKIN’ – Gardiner Museum, Toronto (Canada) – 16 Mai-11 Aout 2014

Classé dans : Canada (CA),ceramique,Exposition/Exhibition,MUSEE — bijoucontemporain @ 0:19

Exhibition- « Un Peu de Terre sur la Peau/ A Bit of Clay on the Skin »

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewellery explores the appeal of ceramics, especially porcelain, in jewellery. Organized by the Fondation d’Entreprise Bernardaud and curated by the renowned German-born goldsmith and jewellery artist Monika Brugger, the exhibition showcases the versatility and allure of the medium, which can be modeled or cast, used alone or with metal, wood, and stone, and vary in color and texture.

The exhibition presents 140  works and features the work of 20 cutting-edge jewellery artists, including creations by such notables as Peter Hoogeboom (The Netherlands), Ted Noten (The Netherlands), Gésine Hackenberg (Germany), Marie Pendariès (Spain), and Shu-Lin Wu (Taiwan). While some make reference to traditional jewellery in materials and symbolism, others altogether redefine it in substance, form, and matter.

next step : SEOUL mai 2014 (At the World Jewellery Museum, May-October 2014)

next step : SEOUL mai 2014 (At the World Jewellery Museum, May-October 2014)

Artists:

Yasar AydinMarion DelarueCarole DeltenreIris EichenbergWillemijn de GreefAndi Gut Gésine HackenbergPeter HoogeboomRian de JongManon van KouswijkNatalie LuderEvert NijlandTed NotenMarie PendarièsKatja Prins Tiina RajakallioTerhi TolvanenYiumsiri VantanapinduLuzia VogtShu-lin Wu Christoph Zellweger.

Yiumsiri Vantanapindu Yiumsiri Vantanapindu
Marie Pendaries
Marie Pendaries
Gardiner Museum
111 Queen’s Park
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 2C7
Canada
Tel +1 416.586.8080
Fax +1 416.586.8085
mail@gardinermuseum.com

21/04/2014

Melting Point 2014 VALENCIA (Spain) – 8-11 Mai 2014

Melting Point Valencia 2014

The Jewellery Department of the School of Art and Design College of Valencia (EASD) will organise the second edition of the so-called “Melting Point Valencia. Joieria Contemporània 2014” next May. In 2012 we celebrated, due to the first Melting Point, the tenth anniversary of the implementation of the Jewellery Department and jewellery studies in our centre. The experience was fruitful in terms of the participation of institutions and jewellers, the quality of the papers presented and the exchange of experiences and contacts made during those days. Thus, we really want to take advantage of the opportunity to repeat this experience.
The aim of this meeting is still the same than before: “…for one week the EASD Valencia and the whole city become the meeting point for artists, designers, experts, collectors, scholars and broad audiences interested in jewellery in southern Europe”. However, we would like to include a further ambitious goal: that is, to consolidate and strengthen our position in the national and international scene as a cultural, artistic, academic and professional reference for Spanish contemporary jewellery. We do not claim to be a trade fair, it is not our task. Hence, our goal is to spread the work of our students and the current projection of jewellery regarding language, profession, function or symbolism.
Melting Point 2014
For this 2014 edition we have the honour to offer a wide diversity of exhibitions, conferences and other activities by highly reputed institutions such as the National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts González Martí, or the Octubre Centre for Contemporary Culture.
We want to highlight the participation of Peter Bauhuis, Ursula Guttmann, Gisbert and Rose Stach. (Germany), Museum of Turnov (Czech Republic), Villa de Bondt Gallery (Belgium), Natalia Saldías (Chile), Alchimia School (Italy), Maden Studio (Turkey), University of Lincoln (United Kingdom), La Basilica Gallery (Barcelona), Taller Perill (Barcelona) or EAD Tarragona, among others.
Melting Point 2014
We also want to emphasise the relevance that this ancient discipline stands beyond our borders nowadays, on the artistic, educational and professional levels. Concerning this, we would like to ask the appropriate educational authorities for the deserved transition of the jewellery studies to a Degree level, following the same direction that other countries around our cultural and economic environment took years ago. This way, our professionals will no longer be in an inferior position when compared to the students of other European Union countries. In addition, as this demand is feasible due to the fact that human resources and programs already exist, we just need a political action.
Finally, we would like to invite you to visit Melting Point València. Joieria Contemporània 2014, in order to meet us, to learn from all the projects you can find here during these days, and to enjoy the jewellery as well as Valencia city. This is an experience we want to share with you. 
Antonio Sánchez García
dept_joyeria_Color
EASD València
*Salón de Actos
*Sala de Exposiciones
C/ Pintor Domingo, 20
46001 – Valencia
Tel. 963 156 700 Fax. 963 156 701
 

Museo Nacional de Cerámica y Artes Suntuarias González Martí
Poeta Querol,2
46002 Valencia
Martes a sábado de 10.00 a 14.00 h y de 16.00 a 20.00 h. Domingos de 10.00 a 14.00 h.
tel +34 963 51 63 92
http://mnceramica.mcu.es/

 
 

Centre del Carme
Calle Museo, 2,
46003 Valencia
tel +34 963 15 20 24
Martes a domingo de 11.00 a 19.00 h

 
tel +34 657 64 68 61
MAP - with MUVIM, Museo Ceramica - train station & Mercado ! :-)MAP – with MUVIM, Museo Ceramica – train station & Mercado ! :-)

EXPO ‘Manuel Vilhena : Miss Amelia’ – Galeria Reverso, Lisbonne (Portugal) – 29 Mars-2 Mai 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Reverso (PT),Manuel VILHENA (PT),Portugal (PT) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:07

Manuel Vilhena : Miss Amelia

A Galeria Reverso “Miss Amelia”, de Manuel Vilhena. 29 Março 2014

« Miss Amelia is a story about a girl in strange and curious lands. The story develops through a period of seven days and is basically a voyage. During this voyage, Amelia meets many people and has conversations with them. (Within these conversations lie my working philosophical principles). This story gave rise to jewels that represent characters in the plot and, subsequently, the jewels themselves created deviations and new pathways for the story to unfold. As such, jewels and story created each other.
There are several main characters in this story, besides Amelia herself.
The Bird, which is not specifically, yet intuitively an eagle is recurrent as a background idea only to fully come alive in the end of the story.
The flightpath of this bird (the real one from where the inspiration for the character takesform) served as a basis for the graphic aspect of the Jewels (brooches). »  Manuel Vilhena, in Miss Amelia, 2012
« 
The jewels are made of iron and antique coral beads, that come from a necklace given to the artist by his grandmother and kept lovingly for more than thirty years.

Deep down, all is connected. Naturally.
An intimate and nostalgic work that invites the viewer to enter a metaphorical land that, in the end, could become a bit of his own world.
The story is, of course, absolutely true! «   Manuel Vilhena, 2014

Manuel Vilhena Brooch Iron, antique coral, goldManuel Vilhena Brooch Iron, antique coral, gold

Manuel Vilhena - Brooch Iron, antique coral, goldManuel Vilhena – Brooch Iron, antique coral, gold

Manuel Vilhena - Brooch Iron, antique coral, goldManuel Vilhena – Brooch Iron, antique coral, gold

Manuel Vilhena - Brooch Iron, antique coral, goldManuel Vilhena - Brooch Iron, antique coral, gold

 

Galeria Reverso
R. da Esperança 59/61
1200-655 – Lisbon
Portugal
Telephone: +351 213 951 407
Fax: +351 213 951 407

20/04/2014

EXPO ‘The After Joya effect – Christina Karakalpaki’ – Popeye Loves Olive, Athens (Greece) – 23 Avril-3 Mai 2014

The « After Joya effect »
Inspired by the Joya – International Jewelry Exhibition in Barcelona, 5 Greek and 28 foreign jewelry designers, travel and meet again, this time at a new place, “Popeye Loves Olive” in Athens. The aim of this encounter is the interaction and the transformation of individuality to collaboration, diversity to unification and exchange to sharing.
 Christina Karakalpaki exhibition, from 23-04 to 3-05
Erato Kouloubi  from 23-04 to 14-06
Inspired by the Joya - International Jewelry Exhibition in Barcelona, 5 Greek and 28 foreign jewelry designers, travel and meet again, this time at a new place, “Popeye Loves Olive” in Athens. The aim of this encounter is the interaction and the transformation of individuality to collaboration, diversity to unification and exchange to sharing.
Christina Karakalpaki -
Christina Karakalpaki
Christina Karakalpaki -Christina Karakalpaki
Libona 5, Plateia Agias Eirinis
10560 Athènes

 tel +30 21 0867 3461

19/04/2014

EXPO ‘Gioielli in Fermento 2014′ – Torre Fornello (Italy) – 4-22 Mai 2014

Gioielli in Fermento 2014 Torre Fornello
Gioielli in Fermento 2014
Torre Fornello – La Vigna delle Arti
inaugurazione domenica 4 maggio alle ore 16.00
opening Sunday May 4th at 4pm

Gioielli in Fermento 2014(Silvia Beccaria “Bijou à boire” for Gioielli in Fermento 2014)

con la collaborazione di | in collaboration with
AGC Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo
JOYA Contemporary Jewellery Fair
Klimt02 Art Jewellery Online
« Every yaer  Gioielli in Fermento/Jewels in ferment  aims to gather the infinitely individual expressions of contemporary jewellery authors in relation to popular passions: wine and territories, looking at this terroir as an ensemble of cultural deep-rooted issues.
wearing intensities, wearing the colours of wine
as you can wear sensibilities, identities, mediterranean cultures, 
through a piece of contemporary jewellery

This Year we introduce a theme that concerns with the world of colours  as a main concept applied to the contemporary jewellery, as a means of expression at all the degrees of intensities, almost a  metaphor of all added value as it happens for instance in music in representing the real scale of intensities to perform a composition.
The authors which met our project before already testify the aim of our suggestion: as for the previous editions, Gioielli in Fermento means to think at a work designed and produced as a unique piece or limited edition jewellery and this year in particular it means to conceive the colour as an instrument of individual expression, material and immaterial simultaneously to commit to the piece the link between each single story and a wider project for the identification of that mediterranean accent such as the culture of wine and our territories may represent. »
Gioielli in Fermento 2014(Silvia Beccaria “Bijou à boire” for Gioielli in Fermento 2014)
 
 
Candidati al Premio Torre Fornello – Gioielli in Fermento IV edizione :
Selected authors for the Torre Fornello Award – Gioielli in Fermento IV editionSilvia Beccaria –  Sabina Bernardelli –  Maura BiamontiPatrizia BonatiIsabelle BusnelAlina Carp — Luisa Chiandotto — Bartosz Chmielewski — Patricia Cruz –  Katarina Cudic — Giuseppina Dallanoce –  Corrado De MeoClara Del Papa — E-vasiva — Nicoletta Frigerio – Gaspare Gaeta — Francesca Gazzi — Eleonora Ghilardi — Lucilla Giovanninetti Akis Goumas  Alexandra Kusch,  EunMi Kwon –  Carmela Lacerenza Camera Creativa –  Chiara Lucato — Elvio Lunian — Paola Mirai — Alessia Mocavero –  Olivia Monti ArduiniLaura MunteanuViktoria Münzker — Margareta Niel — Tania Palazzi –  Liana PattihisMarco PiccialiHester Popma van de Kolk — Gianni Riva –  Maddalena Rocco — Kika Rufino — Marissa Ryan Racht –  Vicky SaragoudaSergio e Stefano Spivach — Simonetta Starrabba –  Claudia SteinerViolaine Ulmer –  Silvia Valenti — Amalia Vermell –  Laura Visentin –  Babette Von DohnanyiChing Chi Wu –  Caterina Zanca
wu chih ching - 2013 Green Square, copper / bronze / enamel / ring
Wu Ching Chih -  2013 Green Square,copper/bronze/enamel/ring
 
and the WINNERS are ………….  I premiati della IV edizione :
Liana Pattihis Necklace: Flow-Fileri Silver cable chain, enamelPremio Torre Fornello Gioielli in Fermento 2014 :
Liana Pattihis (Flow-Fileri necklace)
« per il perfetto equilibrio tra innovazione e sviluppo: per aver saputo trasformare un elemento semplice di oreficeria in un linguaggio unico e proprio.« 
Akis GoumasGioielli in Fermento 2013 – menzione speciale JOYA :
Akis Goumas (Thera, brooch)

Claudia Steiner _ brooch - paesaggio color vinaccia - prix 2014
Premio Gioielli in Fermento 2014 – menzione speciale AGC e Klimt02:
Claudia Steiner (Paesaggio color vinaccia, brooch)
« per la resa fisica del paesaggio, per l’aspetto tecnico, formale ed esecutivo, che lega concetto tecnica e tema del concorso. »
 Nicoletta Frigerio (Mediterraneo-Attraverso / Poteri e fame, spilla) - Premio Gioielli Fermento in 2014 - Special menzione KLIMT02:Nicoletta Frigerio (Mediterraneo-Attraverso/Poteri e fame, spilla)
– Premio Gioielli in Fermento 2014 – menzione speciale KLIMT02

 

 

Torre Fornello Vineyard
29010 – Ziano Piacentino
Italy
Tel: 335 8083039
website: www.agc-it.org
website: www.torrefornello.it
mail: gioiellinfermento@gmail.com

18/04/2014

EXPO ‘Mariko Kusumoto: Translucent Explorations’ – Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge (USA) – 1er Mai- 30 Juin 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Mobilia (US),Mariko KUSUMOTO (JP),USA,www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:07

Mariko Kusumoto: Translucent Explorations

« My impetus and inspiration was discovering tsumami zaiku, an ancient technique used by craftsmen since the Edo period (1603-1867), for fabric flower hair ornaments, worn with kimonos. This origami-like technique, creates complex and beautiful patterns.
Although I am a metalsmith, I was immediately drawn into this fabric world, completely the opposite of metal. I enjoy combining the classical techniques with a modern aesthetic. The process of discovering and exploring, takes me to different places. I feel endless, unlimited possibilities with these techniques and materials, polyester, silk, thread and heat. » Mariko Kusumoto

Mariko Kusumoto, Brooches, 2014Mariko Kusumoto, Untitled brooches, 2014Polyester, silk, thread, silver

Mariko Kusumoto Rings : Untitled, 2014 Polyester, silk, thread, silverMariko Kusumoto Rings : Untitled, 2014 Polyester, silk, thread, silver

Mariko Kusumoto, Rings, 2014Mariko Kusumoto Rings : Untitled, 2014 Polyester, silk, thread, silver

Mariko Kusumoto, Brooches, 2014Mariko Kusumoto, Brooches: Untitled, 2014 – Polyester, silk, thread, silver

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mobilia Gallery
358 Huron Avenue
MA 02138 – Cambridge
United States
Telephone: 617-876-2109
Fax: 617-876-2110

17/04/2014

EXPO ‘Dana Hakim: My Four Guardian Angels-the blue series’ – Gallery Marzee, Nijmegen (NL) – 23 Mars-28 Mai 2014

Classé dans : Dana HAKIM (IL),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Marzee (NL),Hollande (NL),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 20:58
Dana Hakim: My Four Guardian Angels-the blue series

at Marzee

Dana Hakim - at Marzee

« My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series
The ancient use of amulets as a metaphysical protection against varies dangers (evil eye, demons,hate etc.) is shifted into our post-modern society and our current fears. One of the main fears in our ״fear society״, is the fear from the “other”, the different, the immigrant, the foreigner and the Alien. This body of work comments on the way we perceive the « other » and put an emphasis on our human need to feel protected. As a result, the visual language that was chosen for the collection consists of shapes of aliens-creatures, protection elements and materials that are related and connected with safety. » Dana hakim

Dana Hakim - my four Guardian angels

Dana Hakim Neckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series, 2012 Iron Nets, Black Mirrored Plastic, Cotton Threads, Paint, Lacquer 37 x 22 x 3 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana HakimNeckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2012Iron Nets, Black Mirrored Plastic, Cotton Threads, Paint, Lacquer37 x 22 x 3 cmPhoto: Josef Bercovich

Dana Hakim Neckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series (Detail), 2012 Iron Nets, Black Mirrored Plastic, Cotton Threads, Paint, Lacquer 37 x 22 x 3 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana HakimNeckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series (Detail), 2012Iron Nets, Black Mirrored Plastic, Cotton Threads, Paint, Lacquer37 x 22 x 3 cm - Photo: Josef Bercovich

Dana Hakim Bracelet: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series, 2012 Iron Nets, Rubber, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads,Paint, Lacquer 13.5 x 11.5 x 2.5 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana HakimBracelet: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2012Iron Nets, Rubber, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads,Paint, Lacquer - 13.5 x 11.5 x 2.5 cmPhoto: Josef Bercovich

Dana Hakim Neckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series, 2012 Iron Nets, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads, Paint, Lacquer 47 x 14 x 1.5 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana HakimNeckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2012Iron Nets, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads, Paint, Lacquer47 x 14 x 1.5 cmPhoto: Josef Bercovich

Dana Hakim Neckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series, 2011 Iron Nets, Paint, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads, Mirrored Plastic, Lacquer 12 x 40 x 2 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana HakimNeckpiece: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2011Iron Nets, Paint, Reflective Light Threads, Cotton Threads, Mirrored Plastic, Lacquer -12 x 40 x 2 cmPhoto: Josef Bercovich

Dana Hakim Brooch: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series, 2011 Iron Nets, Threads, Paint, Lacquer 7 x 5 x 1.5 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana HakimBrooch: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2011 – Iron Nets, Threads, Paint, Lacquer – 7 x 5 x 1.5 cm - Photo: Josef Bercovich

Dana Hakim Brooch: My Four Guardian Angels - the blue series, 2011 Iron Nets, Paint, Lacquer, Reflective Light Threads 7 x 5 x 3 cm Photographer: Josef BercovichDana Hakim - Brooch: My Four Guardian Angels – the blue series, 2011Iron Nets, Paint, Lacquer, Reflective Light Threads
7 x 5 x 3 cm Photo Josef Bercovich

 

 

Galerie Marzee
Lage Markt 3
6511 VK Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Phone +31 24 3229670
Fax +31 24 3604688

16/04/2014

EXPO ‘Elizabeth Jane Campbell’ – The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh (UK) – 4-30 Avril 2014

We are delighted to present Elizabeth Jane Campbell‘s debut showcase at The Scottish Gallery.

 

Elizabeth Jane Campbell  "Circle Square Traingle"Elizabeth Jane Campbell  « Circle Square Traingle » 2013 -Silver, ceramic honeycomb, vitreous enamel

W:6.5cm H:6.5cm D:1.5cm

Elizabeth graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013 and this is her first showcase at The Scottish Gallery. She was recently awarded the Guild of Enamellers’ 2014 Bursary and the Scottish Incorporation of Goldsmiths Bursary by Edinburgh College of Art. Elizabeth is currently Artist in Residence at Glasgow School of Art.
Her creative process is informed by concepts of visual literacy. The dot, line, shape, direction and colour are all crucial factors as they act as a language for us to read and understand our surroundings.
Elizabeth is attracted to enamel because of its methodical process which allows her to achieve colour, pattern and texture in a formal and structured way. Her love of this technique has led her to explore alternative materials in her work not normally associated with enamelling such as the ceramic honeycomb. She uniquely uses this material as a carving block which enables Elizabeth to create tactile and sculptural forms enhanced by colourful enamels.

 

Elizabeth Jane Campbell  - Off Axis Brooch - 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin W:7.5cm D:1.5cm

Elizabeth Jane Campbell  – Off Axis Brooch – 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin
W:7.5cm D:1.5cm

  Elizabeth Jane Campbell Scatter Brooch 2013 silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin W:7.5cm D:1.5cm £510 SoldElizabeth Jane Campbell - Scatter Brooch 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin -W:7.5cm D:1.5cm

lizabeth Jane Campbell Lapel Pins 2013 Silver, ceramic honeycomb, vitreous enamel W:3.2cm D:3cm £65 each - ALL SOLD commissions welcome SoldElizabeth Jane Campbell- Lapel Pins – 2013 -Silver, ceramic honeycomb, vitreous enamel

W:3.2cm D:3cm
Elizabeth Jane Campbell

Elizabeth Jane Campbell - Circle Oval Necklace 2013 -silver, ceramic, industrial vitreous enamel -L:56cm 

 

 Elizabeth Jane Campbell Painted Oval Brooch 2013 silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin W:4cm H:6cm D:1cm £250

Elizabeth Jane Campbell -Painted Oval Brooch 2013 -silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel, steel pin
W:4cm H:6cm D:1cm
 Elizabeth Jane Campbell Small Wave Pendant 2014 silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel L:30cm

Elizabeth Jane Campbell -Small Wave Pendant 2014silver, ceramic, vitreous enamel L:30cm
 

 

The Scottish Gallery
16 Dundas Street
Edinburgh EH3 6HZ
T 0131 558 1200
F 0131 558 3900
E mail@scottish-gallery.co.uk

15/04/2014

EXPO ‘David Bielander : Escapade’ – Gallery Funaki, Melbourne (Australia) – 1er-26 Avril 2014

David Bielander: Escapade

David Bielander returns to Melbourne for a new exhibition, following on from his career-high exhibition, ‘Demiurge’ at the Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem. Bielander’s jewellery and objects are famous for their keenly observed wit, conceptual depth and technical virtuosity, as he interprets natural and man-made forms in a particularly idiosyncratic, unexpected and brilliant way.

David Bielander, Brooch, 2013David Bielander - Brooch: Moth, 2013Disposable lighter hood, gold - Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander, Necklace, 2014David BielanderNecklace: Raspberries, 2014Plastic tubing, silverEdition of 25 -Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander, Brooch,   Hedgehog, 2008 18k gold Edition of 12David Bielander, Brooch,   Hedgehog, 2008 18k gold Edition of 12

David Bielander Necklace: Mamba, 2012 Titanium, gold clasp Edition of 12 Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk EiselDavid Bielander Necklace: Mamba, 2012 Titanium, gold clasp Edition of 12Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander Bracelet: Melbourne Koi (black), 2014 Thumb tacks, leather, gold clasp Unique Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk EiselDavid BielanderBracelet: Melbourne Koi (black), 2014Thumb tacks, leather, gold claspUniquePhoto: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander - moth brooches‘Moths’ (brooches, 2014, unlimited edition), disposable lighter hood, gold

David Bielander 'Grinder' (rings), 2014 (unlimited edition), 3D printed nylon, unfilled or with gold or silver inlay
‘Grinder’ (rings), 2014 (unlimited edition), 3D printed nylon, unfilled or with gold or silver inlay

 

 

 

 

Gallery Funaki
4 Crossley Street
3000 – Melbourne
Australia
Telephone: 613 9662 9446
Fax: 613 9662 9446
website: www.galleryfunaki.com.au
mail: gallery@galleryfunaki.com.au

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