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27/09/2016

EXPO ‘Swedes and Belgian Blues’ – Gallery Four, Göteborg (SE) – 2 Sept.-1er Oct. 2016

Swedes and Belgian Blues

Four Gothenburg, Sweden

Opening: September 2nd, 17-21

FOUR - Swedes and Belgian Blues

Chocolate, beer and Jean-Claude Van Damme, waffles, the European parliament and Brussels sprouts. Sadly enough people probably also associate Belgium with terror and cattle with breeding problems.
When we think of Belgium we think of jewellery! Not only of the diamonds in Antwerp, but predominantly of the eminent art jewellery scene. Belgium has some of the most famous contemporary jewellery schools, – galleries and – artists. Playful, thought provoking and with an elegant confidence, the art jewellery culture is vibrant and powerful.
Galerie Beyond (formerly Beyond Fashion) is situated in the central parts of Antwerp and has been run by Karin De Buysere and René Darmont for 15 years. The work of the artists that the gallery represents has a conceptual strength and challenges the traditional perception of what jewellery is. The connection to the lively fashion- and art field is unmistakable while classic goldsmithing seams more distant.
The exhibition ”Swedes and Belgian Blues” is a co-operation between Galerie Beyond and Four, showing work by 5 Belgian and 5 Swedish artists. Sweden is also a well-known country in the international jewellery world and we also have an influential fashion scene. Are there any similarities? Are there any differences? To connect a certain aesthetic or a style to a nationality might be impossible in a society where the global art scene is only a browser away. But is there something of a local culture? Swedes and Belgian Blues will be shown in Antwerp in January 2017.

  

Participating artists:
Tine De RuysserJonathan HensArnaud SprimontAnneleen SwillenKaren VanmolKarin Roy AnderssonLinnéa ErikssonHanna LiljenbergAnna Norrgrann – Sanna Svedestedt Carboo.

Karin Roy Andersson - brooch from 2016 made of recycled plastics (from lunch trays), thread and steel - FOUR: Karin Roy Andersson – My brooch from 2016 made of recycled plastics (from lunch trays), thread and steel –
« Since I was a kid I have had a strong interest in animals, especially fish and birds. I love their shape, their movements and the pattern of the feathers and scales, their bodies, faces and exceptional behaviour. The pieces on show at « Swedes and Belgian Blues » are made of plastics collected from garbage containers and ditch-banks. I keep my eyes open when I go to the hairdresser; I search in my friends’ bathrooms and fridges – you have to be observant if you are going to find that perfect jewellery material!

Sanna Svedestedt Carboo-  Building blocks, 2013, necklace made of naturally tanned leather Sanna Svedestedt Carboo -  Building blocks, 2013, necklace made of naturally tanned leatherSanna Svedestedt Carboo works with leather. In this material she create sharp and exact shapes that look heavy but are surprisingly light. Svedestedt Carboo uses old leather shaping techniques and Cuir Bouilli, adding a contemporary expression to a classic craft tradition. With the right touch, boiling hot water and quite a lot of stubbornness, the leather is transformed into the desired form. « I am drawn to the combination of controlled shapes and soft organic flow, and the clash that takes place in the meeting of the two. »

bracelets by Tine de RuysserTine de Ruysser - Dollar Bracelets, 2016,  made of banknotes
Paper money came into existence because people did not want to carry their gold around. Through time the relation between money and gold has been close but the connection has changed. Now we are hesitating about having too much money in our wallets but many of us are happy to show wealth, status or image by wearing gold. For this piece banknotes are used as a precious material. The notes are put together to create an object. The banknotes are not damaged, so the object can be taken apart and returned to the monetary value of the materials. Just like precious metals.

 Anneleen Swillen - Weights pending 2, 2016, necklace made of resin, plaster, concrete, cotton, rubber and natural stonesAnneleen Swillen – Weights pending 2, 2016, necklace made of resin, plaster, concrete, cotton, rubber and natural stones
Inspired by the way daily goods are consumed and (re)presented, Anneleen Swillen draws attention to the intrinsic but often unnoticed qualities of everyday objects. Weights, pending is an artistic research into both formal and functional potential of disposable packaging for object and jewellery design.  The necklace is composed of pairs of various pendants that differ in weight, shape and size. Both sides of the necklace can be shifted and scaled in search for a balance – or imbalance – when worn. Carrying these weights as a collection of charms around the neck and shoulders does not go unnoticed for the wearer or the viewer.

Anna Norrgrann - Necklaces made of aluminium and nylon threadAnna Norrgrann – Necklaces made of aluminium and nylon thread
« I’m attracted to the qualities in different kinds of metal that make them perform in various ways, depending on the treatment. I see my work as collaboration between these qualities in the material and my own technical skills. m attracted to the qualities in different kinds of metal that make them perform in various ways, depending on the treatment. I see my work as collaboration between these qualities in the material and my own technical skills. » – Anna Norrgrann

Karen Vanmol - AKA #Iseefaces, brooches -made of wood, laminate and steelKaren Vanmol - AKA #Iseefaces, brooches -made of wood, laminate and steel
« The human mind has the desire to name things. Our brains are so eager to recognize patterns and correlations they see them where there are none. Have a closer look at Karen Vanmol’s brooches and let us know what you see. »

Hanna Liljenberg - Untitled, brooches, 2016- made of black burned iron, oil paint, varnish and steelHanna Liljenberg - Untitled, brooches, 2016- made of black burned iron, oil paint, varnish and steel
« My jewellery is in constant collision between the organic and the rigidly constructed. In this project I wanted to simplify the construction of my jewellery to the greatest extent, and I have been working with old painting techniques to produce light in the darkness. Having previously worked with repetitions of one single form, I have now tried to shape one sprawling piece into a cohesive unit. » – Hanna Liljenberg

Jonathan Hens - Human 2.0 #1, #4 and #5, necklaces made of pewter, suture and latex  Jonathan Hens – Human 2.0 #1, #4 and #5, necklaces made of pewter, suture and latex 
 - Jonathan Hens designs are the result of an intense search for an alternative identity. Rather than a classic example of beauty, the viewer gets to see Hens’ interpretation of it.

Linnéa Eriksson- Connect, necklace 2016 made of steel, oxidized silver and spray paint.Linnéa Eriksson- Connect, necklace 2016 made of steel, oxidized silver and spray paint.
Linnéa Eriksson’s work is a reflection of her surroundings. She finds inspiration in pieces of metal or in the feeling of a heavy beat. « It is a combination of traditional jewellery crafts and the modern street expression. »

 Arnaud Sprimont  - Microbiota 1, brooch, 2016 -made of polyurethane resin, steel and pigments.Arnaud Sprimont  – Microbiota 1, brooch, 2016 -made of polyurethane resin, steel and pigments. 
Supported both by a scientific and empirical observation of the cells and patterns of the living, Arnaud Sprimont investigates an invisible and frightening universe.  The exploration of the strong ties that exist between human being and nature is the heart of his approach and of his will to define himself, in nature and in harmony with it, as microbiotes living in symbiosis with their host.
 

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26/04/2016

EXPO ‘FLOW by Anna Norrgrann’ – OHMYBLUE!, Venezia (IT) – 29 Avril-15 Mai 2016

FLOW by Anna Norrgrann     OHMYBLUE is pleased to host the solo exhibition of the Swedish artist Anna Norrgrann

April 29th 2016 – 6.00 PM

FLOW by Anna Norrgrann   April 29th 2016 - 6.00 PM  OHMYBLUE is pleased to host the solo exhibition of the Swedish artist Anna Norrgrann.:

We are glad to present « FLOW » by Anna Norrgrann.
I’m attracted to the qualities in different kinds of metal that make them perform in various ways, depending on the treatment. I see my work as collaboration between these qualities in the material and my own technical skills. Im searching for the unexpected and aiming to set up a poetic jewellery show speaking to spectators senses rather the to the intellect.
In this exhibition Anna Norrgrann will present both works from her newest project A Flow within and a Flight from a Standard Size and also from the previous and on going project, Impulse Palette.

Anna Norrgrann - Studio ViewAnna Norrgrann – Studio View

Pile of Anna Norrgrann’s A4 aluminum sheets/necklaces in her studio, photo: artistPile of Anna Norrgrann’s A4 aluminum sheets/necklaces in her studio, photo: artist

Anna Norrgrann - From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size   Anna Norrgrann – From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size

« The Flow within and Flight from a Standard Format, your most recent collection of work, tackles the commonplace paper size A4 [a European sheet that measures 8.27 x 11.69 inches.—ed.]. What is it about this subject that drew you in?
Anna Norrgrann: In a way, this project is a continuation of my previous work about creating spaces, the frame, and how you choose size and shape. A4 is something we take for granted, almost like something we think is given by nature, but it is also made up. As I thought more and more about this shape, its meaning grew and I discovered new intellectual aspects to it.
I think it’s interesting how thinking and doing come together: When I started to work with A4-sized sheets of metal in my hands, new thing added to my understanding of the shape and my own relationship to it. In the same way that children play to understand the grownup world, I think making may sometimes have the same influence on the understanding of a subject, even though I wouldn’t draw a strong line between craft and play; craft is work. 
I then wanted to investigate what would happen if A4 were put on the human body as a piece of jewelry, outside its natural context, if we then would look at it differently. »

Una bella intervista di Art Jewelry Forum ad Anna Norrgrann, in occasione della sua prossima mostra « FLOW » che inaugurerà prossimamente ad Ohmyblue. // So very happy to share with you this great interview by Olivia Shih for ART JEWELRY FORUM to Anna Norrgrann about her upcoming show « FLOW » at OHMYBLUE

Anna Norrgrann - From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard SizeAnna Norrgrann – From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size

« Anna Norrgrann, an emerging Swedish jewelry artist, is already making waves as the 2015 Graduate of the Year at Klimt02 and by exhibiting her collection of deceptively simple jewelry in the Netherlands, Spain, and China. In this interview, we talk about Anna’s favored medium of anodized aluminum, and transforming a mistake into a method. »

« Olivia Shih: You recently graduated from the HDK Academy of Design and Crafts, in Gothenburg, after studying with Karin Johansson. How has this education influenced the way you work and the work itself?
Anna Norrgrann: I think the education has made me more self-reliant in my work and made me trust my guts more, and this I am very grateful for. At HDK you are given a lot of freedom to explore and experiment and in many ways choose your own way to work. This freedom hasn’t always been easy to handle, especially not in the beginning, but in the long run it has had the good result and effect of helping me become a professional jewelry artist. »

Anna Norrgrann, piece from the series imPulse Palette, 2014, brooch, aluminum, 170 x 100 mm, photo: artist: Anna Norrgrann, piece from the series imPulse Palette, 2014, brooch, aluminum, 170 x 100 mm, photo: artist

 

« Anodized aluminum appears to be your favored choice of medium. What possibilities do you see in aluminum in place of traditional precious metals?
Anna Norrgrann: I started working with aluminum just as a trial and then I realized there was something intriguing and challenging in this everyday metal, not only as a sketching material, but in itself. As I worked with the metal more and more, many possibilities appeared. For example I discovered the advantage of coloring the aluminum with the anodizing technique, or how I could transform the surface of the metal to make the color appear different. The low-density process gave me the possibility to work in a bigger scale; meanwhile, the anodizing process makes the surface very strong and this also enabled me to work with thin sheets of aluminum.
Let me put it like this: I did not expect as much from aluminum as from precious metals, and I think that was something that made me curious. »

Anna Norrgrann -  Necklace: A4.3, 2015 – Aluminum – 19 x 4 x 29 cm  Photo by: Anna Norrgrann From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard SizeAnna Norrgrann Necklace: A4.3, 2015 – Aluminum – 19 x 4 x 29 cm  Photo by: Anna Norrgrann
From series: The Flow within and the Flight from a Standard Size

« At times subtle and at times striking, color plays an essential role in your work and evokes a range of emotions. How did your relationship with color evolve?
Anna Norrgrann: I’m experimenting with color and because I don’t come from a painting background, I don’t have too much respect for color. I believe this is not a disadvantage. To me it’s a representation of moods, feelings, and fascination, among other things. Using the anodizing technique the way I do requires focus and quick decisions and it’s a great way to capture reflections and impulses. Sometimes when a certain color combination appears, I travel in time, remembering something I have forgotten. This process has a lot to with presence and sometimes the presence is very colorful and sometimes it’s monochrome. « 

Anna Norrgrann, piece from the series The Flow within and Flight from a Standard Size shown in the studio, 2015, necklace, 210 x 297 mm, photo: artist Anna Norrgrann, piece from the series The Flow within and Flight from a Standard Size shown in the studio, 2015, necklace, 210 x 297 mm, photo: artist

« « The color flows in the forged surface and together with the format it evokes landscape, feelings and memories. Known and unknown.
A4, in this work, is meant to be worn on the body. I let it become a piece of jewelry with simple methods, drilling a hole, threading a string, tying a knot. When something normal to us is put in a new context or wrong context, it might be the first time we actually see it. » Anna Norrgrann

Anna Norrgrann works and studied in Gothenburg, Sweden and took her master degree in jewellery art at HDK, School of Design and Crafts 2015.

 

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09/12/2014

TALENTE 2015 – Munich (DE)– 11-17 Mars 2015

TALENTE 2015 competition –  Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich

 11th to 17th March 2015 Special exhibition Talente at the International Skilled Trades Fair. Thursday 18:00 VIP evening at the fair. Presentation of prizes on Saturday, 14th March 16:00 on the stage in hall B1

[Talente-Award presentation 2015 : 14 March 2015  16:30, Halle B1 Main stage of IHM (Internationalen Handwerksmesse Munich)]

 

Talente 2015 presents the work of 99 artists, designers and craftsmen from 32 countries in 12 different areas of production.
see selected Artists 2015 (for jewellery) : 

Sharareh Aghaei Hazel BakerSofia Bankeström –  Lynn BatchelderAmani Bou DarghamAmy Peace BuzzardSébastien Carré Katie CollinsPia FarrugiaElvira Golombosi –  Karin Gyllerfelt –  Elisa Sophia Herrmann — Nan-Chiang Huang — Koen JacobsMinji JoYoumi Kim Anna Norrgrann – Kota Okuda — Francisca OnumahEsther Suarez RuizNatalia SarrazinAnneleen Swillen – Pei Chen Tsai — Iraida VedrielAric VerrastroJing YangTala YuanJiye Yun

PS : in BLUE see the posts abouth their jewellery !

« This year the exhibition is characterized by innovative, very different works in glass, ceramics and jewellery as well as by a large selection of textiles. In addition to works that are inspired by nature – whether by plant forms or by the atmosphere and moods of the landscape – works are to be seen that are dealing with the city and try to translate its poetry and problems into a visual mode. The appeal of surfaces and the development of new techniques to enhance the range of possibilities resulted in very different works. Other topics are the definition and the meaning of home and country, problems of environmental protection and the relationship of new technical possibilities and traditional craftsmanship. The combination of various unusual ideas, of different conceptual and aesthetic approaches results in a very special and fascinating exhibition.
As in the last years, many applications arrived for Talente from the field of jewellery. The young artists show a special interest in the techniques and ideas of the collage. Impressive are the contributions of the students from Idar-Oberstein (Germany) working with and interpreting the material stone which results in very different works with diverse concerns but all of quite archaic character (Sharaeh Aghaei, Iran; Elvira Golombosi, Ukraine; Tala Yuan, China). The works deal with issues of homeland, strangeness and identity, the unconscious and magic forces being inherent to the objects as well as with the importance and the condition of civilization-creating elements in the present. All in all, this year again the general interest in the combination of different materials and for the connection of specially made parts and found objects is evident. These elements can be created into architecturally-style arrangements, extended into long tubes, combined with materials such as perspex glass or be gathered into subtle, poetic compositions. Besides the major inspiration from natural forms technical ideas play a significant rôle. Katie Collins (USA/Australia) for example works from steel collapsible necklaces and bracelets that present different stages and are inspired by machines. Unusual are Karin Gyllerfelt’s (Sweden) works in which photos of richly draped textiles are applied on metal surfaces causing a vexing trompe l’œil-effect. By means of technique and motifs she hints at the themes of transformation and transience. Jing Yang (China/Germany) deals in her « vases » not only with gender-based stereotypes of her native China, but also with the playful analysis of forms by dividing a vase shape into compartments reflecting in her pendants on the relationship of these parts.  » (Klimt02)

 

TALENTE is an international competition for young craftsmen and women in design and technology. This special show reflects the ideas of young people in the context of an experimental approach to materials and craft techniques. The best entries are awarded the highly sought-after TALENTE prize.

Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany from 11th to 17th March 2015. The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades.

 Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany, during the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades from 11th to 17th March 2015.
The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades. The works will be the outcome of formal or technical considerations and experiments, showing something new and exceptional.
Participants are chosen from any section of crafts and technology. They will have made the artefact by their own hands. Age limit is set at 33 in the domains of crafts, and at 35 in the domain of technology.
Hazel Baker - 'Bell Neckpiece' for 'Mabandod and Things' Collection © 2014Hazel Baker - (Birmingham’s School of Jewellery( BIAD), UK) – ‘Bell Neckpiece’ for ‘Mabandod and Things’ Collection © 2014
Sofia Bankeström - (HDK Jewellery Art Gothenburg University)Karin Gyllerfelt - (HDK Jewellery Art Gothenburg University)
LYNN BATCHELDERLynn Batchelder - (SUNY  New Paltz, USA) – necklace, Sawing/Drawing, 2013, steel
Amani Bou Dargham tree ringsAmani Bou Dargham (Alchimia) – tree rings
Amy Peace Buzzard - Forgotten shadows - 2014Amy Peace Buzzard – (Birmingham City University, UK) Forgotten shadows – 2014 – Ring – Silver, Shibuichi, Silicone and Wax
Sébastien Carré - Collier Inflammation, 2014 Inflammation Necklace -  plaques de cuivre émaillées, cotte de maille acier inoxydable, coton, soie, cuir, perles de rocaille  fermoir avec des aimants de Naturopathie  Copper shapes with enamel, steel chainmail, cotton, silk, leather, beads  clasp with Naturopathy's magnetsSébastien Carré – (HEAR Strasbourg FR) Collier Inflammation, 2014 Inflammation Necklace -  plaques de cuivre émaillées, cotte de maille acier inoxydable, coton, soie, cuir, perles de rocaille  fermoir avec des aimants de Naturopathie / Copper shapes with enamel, steel chainmail, cotton, silk, leather, beads  clasp with Naturopathy’s magnets
 Youmi KIM Root of plant 4, Necklace, copper wire,  390×160×70mm, 2014Youmi KIM  (Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea) Root of plant 4, Necklace, copper wire,  390×160×70mm, 2014
Min-ji JO - 2012  symbiosis NO.6Min-ji JO – (Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea)  2012  symbiosis NO.6
 Pia Farrugia (MA) - HEAD (Haute école d'art et de design), Geneva, Switzerland Bulla Niteo, 2014, brooch, silver, Pyrex, Perspex, pearl, silicone, 150 mm Galerie-Marzee-GraduateShow2014- Pia Farrugia HEAD (Haute école d’art et de design), Geneva, Switzerland Bulla Niteo, 2014, brooch, silver, Pyrex, Perspex, pearl, silicone
Elvira Golombosi - rose quartz, obsidian, falcon’s eye 7x7cm - rings 2014 - "GUARDIANS" *My recent work -- Series of rings-objects carved in stoneElvira Golombosi - rose quartz, obsidian, falcon’s eye – rings 2014 – « GUARDIANS » — Series of rings-objects carved in stone Anna Norrgrann, Brooches, 2014  (ENJOIA'T 2014) Anna Norrgrann, (HDK Göteborg University SE 2013 ) – Brooches, 2014
Anneleen SwillenAnneleen Swillen
Natalia Sarrazin (Colombia) - Jewellery and Object Maker -  cocoons serie -  Birmingham City University School of Jewellery, 2011-2014Natalia Sarrazin (Colombia) – Jewellery and Object Maker -  cocoons serie -  Birmingham City University School of Jewellery, 2011-2014
Aric Verrastro Brooch: Timekeepers: Souvenir, 2014 Driftwood, steel, sterling silver, thread, embroidery floss, ink, gold leaf, acrylic paint 13 x 10 x 4 cmAric Verrastro Brooch: Timekeepers: Souvenir, 2014 Driftwood, steel, sterling silver, thread, embroidery floss, ink, gold leaf, acrylic paint – Piece A Day SeriesTala Yuan Neckpiece: Gold ist im Sumpf untergegangen, 2014 Silver, brass mesh, paint 25 x 18 x 3 cmTala Yuan Neckpiece: Gold ist im Sumpf untergegangen, 2014 Silver, brass mesh, paint 25 x 18 x 3 cm
 Iraida Vedriel - brooch 2014 - Esc. Massana  - Iraida Vedriel - brooch 2014 – Esc. Massana Barcelona
JIYE YUN Brooches 2014 - (Kookmin University)  - Diving iron, copper, enamel, epoxy on cardboard box 2014Jiye YUN Brooches 2014 – (Kookmin University)  – Diving iron, copper, enamel, epoxy on cardboard box 2014
Jing Yang, CN - TALENTE 2015  Jing Yang , (ADBK, Munich) ,„Ich bin keine Vase », Hals-schmuck, Messing, Baumwollband, gelötet, 15x10x76 cm
Katie Collins Bracelets: The cicada and the rig, 2014 Mild steel, vitreous enamel, sterling silver 85 x 85 x 1 cmKatie Collins Bracelets: The cicada and the rig, 2014 Mild steel, vitreous enamel, sterling silver 85 x 85 x 1 cm
Elisa Sophia Herrmann, Broschen. Alpaka, Kupfer emailliert, 2009Elisa Sophia Herrmann, Broschen. Alpaka, Kupfer emailliert, 2009
Nan-chiang Huang, MA 2014 BIAD - Untitled, 2014, ring, resin, 65 x 33 x 25 mm, photo: Nan-Chiang HuangNan-chiang Huang, MA 2014 BIAD – Untitled, 2014, ring, resin, 65 x 33 x 25 mm, photo: Nan-Chiang Huang
 
 
Talente 2015 Competition
Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich (Munich, Germany)
Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich
Max-Joseph-Str. 4
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: 089 5119-293
Fax: 089 5119-245

Fur further information please contact:
Dr. Michaela Braesel, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern, Abteilung Messen und Ausstellungen, Max-Joseph-Straße 4, 80333 München
T +49 89 5119-293, F +49 89 5119-245
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31/07/2014

Prix/concours ENJOIAT 2014 – sélectionnés – remise des prix le 9 Oct. 2014

ENJOIA’T 2014

ENJOIAT 2014

 L’esdeveniment dels premis Enjoia’t 2014 tindrà lloc durant la tarda i la nit del 9 d’octubre. A partir de les 20.00 hores començarà la festa a la Fàbrica Mòritz amb el lliurament de premis i la revelació dels guanyadors de les diferents categories !

Remise des prix le 9 OCT. à partir de 20h à la  Fàbrica Mòritz  (Barcelona)

ENJOIAT 2014(Categoria Professional)

El Enjoia’t es una actividad que nació, hace 15 años, con la voluntad de difundir, entre el gran público, el mundo de la joyería contemporánea. Una iniciativa que pretende apoyar y difundir a las jóvenes generaciones de creadores emergentes y dar reconocimiento a los profesionales.
El Enjoia’t ha sido, desde sus inicios, una plataforma de lanzamiento para muchos diseñadores, ya que les ha otorgado un reconocimiento a su trabajo y ha incentivado puentes de comunicación con destacadas empresas del sector. Este acontecimiento, que se celebra anualmente,  es la única iniciativa de esta índole en todo el estado español, en el que se pretende difundir el arte de la joyería y estimular las buenas prácticas entre sus creadores. 

Enjoia’t is an activity born 15 years ago with the intention of spreading among the general public, the world of contemporary jewellery making. It is an initiative aimed at giving support and diffusion to the younger generations of emergent creators and to grant recognition to professionals.
It has been, from its origins, a launching platform for many designers since it has awarded them  recognition for their work as well as establishing links with relevant companies in the jewellery making industry.
This event, which is held annually, is the only initiative of its kind in Spain, which strives to diffuse the art of jewellery and encourage fair practices among its creators.

 Photo(Categoria Estudiante)

seleccionats als Premis de Joieria Contemporània Enjoia’t 2014 :
Categoria Estudiant :
Anna Martínez — Anna Norrgrann — Mariko Kumon — Bifei Cao Isabella Liu – Linda Horská — Iria Heredia – Coralie GrzesSue Ibars –  Ssu-Ya Hsiung — Sangji Yun.

Categoria Professional :
Silvia Beccaria –  Agnès WassermanInbar Shahak Angela CiobanuMarta HerraduraRodrigo AcostaGalit Barak Mirèia Calaf — Gerard Duch.

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RODRIGO ACOSTA. …..muy contento de ser FINALISTA del ENJOIA’T 2014 con mi proyecto Rito Cardíaco…. fotos: Adolfo López.
Photo de RODRIGO ACOSTA.
RODRIGO ACOSTA.RODRIGO ACOSTA – broche « rito cardiaco »
Mireia Calaf - 'TEIXINT LA VIDA' collar Plata,llautó i fil- 2014Mireia Calaf - (Categoria Professional ) ‘TEIXINT LA VIDA’ collar Plata,llautó i fil- 2014
Angela Ciobanu  "Forget-me-not" Brooch - Keum boo, recycled silk paper, fretsaw blades, fine gold.Angela Ciobanu  (Categoria Professional ) « Forget-me-not » Brooch – Keum boo, recycled silk paper, fretsaw blades, fine gold.

 

agnes WO ( Agnès Wasserman)Agnes Wo (Agnès Wasserman) paper necklaces

 

Sue Ibars - FINALISTA en ENJOIA’T 2014 (Categoria Estudiant), con mi collar ‘A través del silencio’.

Sue Ibars - Sue Ibars -  collar ‘A través del silencio’

Sue IbarsSue Ibars -  collar ‘A través del silencio’ (detalle)

Bifei CaoBifei Cao (Categoria Estudiant)

Galit Barak - Brooch  Brass, nickel silver, silver plating  2013Galit Barak - Brooch  Brass, nickel silver, silver plating  2013

 Shoulder wing by Inbar ShahakInbar Shahak (Categoria Professional)

Silvia Beccaria - "la speziale"Silvia Beccaria – « la speziale »

Anillo Hipodérmico de Marta Herradura | @Apb Joyeria Contemporanea para exitospain.es ((ENJOIA'T FINALISTA 2014))Anillo Hipodérmico de Marta Herradura

Coralie Grzes - broche 08001 (ENJOIA'T 2014)Coralie Grzes -  « mes toits » broche 08001

 

 

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30/03/2014

EXPO ‘ Enmarcamos a Anna Norrgrann’ – Amarantojoies (ES) – 24 Mars-10 Mai 2014

AmarantojoiesEnmarcamos a Anna Norrgrann

Anna Norrgrann

Anna Norrgrann from  Gothemburg University was exhibited during JOYA 2013 at Barcelona.

Anna Norrgrann - HDK Högskolan för design och konsthantverk, Gothenburg, Sweden - necklace , n.t., 2013, aluminiumAnna Norrgrann – necklace , n.t., 2013, aluminium – (from Marzee-Graduate Show2013 -  HDK Högskolan för design och konsthantverk, Gothenburg, Sweden)

 

« imPulse  Palette
My work is a rhythmic and monotonous investigation in metal. I work close to the material to get to know it in an intimate treatment, using a slow and controlled smithing technic, where each punch must be places next to the other. With a nail like tool I make small pits and paths in the surface and slowly new patterns and structures appear. Sometimes it burst.
I try to be present in the process using different senses to follow the changes in the material. Focusing with my eyes, listening to the beat of the hammer and feeling the surface with my fingertips. I’m searching for the unexpected qualities in the material and my curiosity for transformation outside my own preferences drives me.I’m often surprised in the variations of colour that the metal in itself can provide. The technic of anodizing has also become an important ingredient in my work. Here multiplying the possibilities in colour, expression and associations.
The importance of transformation in the metal is my statement or challenge saying never to be stagnated in beliefs and structures, not in my work and not in life in general. »

Anna Norrgrann Jewelry
« BETWEEN SURFACE AND SHAPE
Between me and the metal there is nothing and what is outside us does not bother me in the moment. I fill the metal surface with small dots and it slowly changes, but in what way is, for me, so far unknown. I only know what I do and I continue to do that until the surface is almost filled. A bit of it is left untouched, as proof of what it once was.
Time dissolves and I am caught in the rhythmic sound from the hammer blows. The work shows me the way and despite the monotonic processing of the metal, I seldom get bored. My curiosity about the result drives me onwards.
And when I have achieved my goal, I take a step back, look at my work and try to understand what I have done and what it means. »
anna_norrgrann_meltingsun_greyskin_photo_anna_norrgrannAnna Norrgrann - meltingsun & greyskin - photo Anna Norrgrann
Anna Norrgrann - silverdrop - photo_emanuel_cederquistAnna Norrgrann - silverdrop - photo emanuel cederquist
Anna Norrgrann  (HDK Göteborg University 2013 ) - (SE) - rain & deep blue - photo_anna_norrgrannAnna Norrgrann   – rain & deep blue - photo anna norrgrann
 
 
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Sant Domènec 23
08012 Barcelona
amarantojoies@d-dos.com
www.amarantojoies.com
 

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