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11/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘NEW WORK from a NEW WORLD’ – Galerie Jordanow, Munich (DE) – 25-28 Fevr. 2016

NEW WORK from a NEW WORLD

Galerie Biró in cooperation with Jewelers’Werk USA
At  Galerie Jordanow, Zieblandstr. 19, 80799 München
Öffnungszeiten: 25.-28.02. 2016. Täglich von 11 bis 19 Uhr

New work from the new world:

Sélection d’artistes américains :

Thea ClarkRebekah Frank + Iris EichenbergMissy GraffLisa GralnickMielle HarveyTimothy Veske-McMahonDarcy MiroEdgar MosaSeth Papac — Carolanne Patterson — Sharon PortelanceLauren Tickle-TietjeAric VerrastroJonathan Wahl –  Sayumi Yokouchi

Thea Clark 2016: Thea Clark 2016 - Ice - brooch, 2016, pigmented plaster, resin, anthracite, wood, metals.

 Rebekah Frank - Max height 3 composite - rectangle series  Rebekah Frank – Max height 3 composite – rectangle series

Missy Graff  Missy Graff  Lengthen 2013 – Fascia series

Lisa Gralnick  - Gold Zoloft necklace - The Gold Standard : Gold Standard Part I: Commodification and Sensible Economy Lisa Gralnick :   Gold Zoloft necklace – The Gold Standard : Gold Standard Part I: Commodification & Sensible Economy - works related to value of object

Mielle Harvey - golden bird finger ring 2011 Mielle Harvey – golden bird finger ring 2011

Timothy Veske-McMahon - Glyph/Borne: Timothy Veske-McMahon – Glyph/Borne

Darcy Miro - Oxidised silver cuff bracelet, six black diamonds  Darcy Miro – Oxidised silver cuff bracelet, six black diamonds 

Earropes by Edgar Mosa | photo by @josephmcs | modeled by @sarah_mccall  Earropes by Edgar Mosa | photo by @josephmcs | modeled by @sarah_mccall

Seth Papac  Brooch, 2015 -Brass, powder coated brass frame, velourSeth Papac  Brooch, 2015 -Brass, powder coated brass frame, velour

Sharon Portelance-"Wreath for Liam and Maeve" bracelet: Sharon Portelance- Memory Breathes – « Wreath for Liam and Maeve » bracelet - sterling silver, 22ktgold

Lauren Tickle  "Is it Legal?"   brooch 2015: Lauren Tickle  « Is it Legal? »   brooch 2015

Aric Verrastro - Timekeepers serie -  Here to There  Steel, driftwood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, thread  105x9x2cm  Necklace  2015: Aric Verrastro  Timekeepers serie -  Here to There  Steel, driftwood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, thread  105x9x2cm  Necklace  2015:

 Jonathan Wahl - "Faceted" / charcoal: Jonathan Wahl - « Faceted » / charcoal

Sayumi Yokouchi, Untitled, 2015, brooch, thermoplastic, silver, white gold, 45 x 55 x 10 mm, photo: artist: Sayumi Yokouchi, Untitled, 2015, brooch, thermoplastic, silver, white gold, 45 x 55 x 10 mm, photo: artist

 

 

Galerie Jordanow, Zieblandstr. 19, 80799 München

Galerie Biró
Zieblandstrasse 19
80799 München
Tel: + 49 (0) 89 27 30 686
zobel@galerie-biro.de
Opening ours: Thursday to Friday 11am to 16pm, Saturday 11am to 2pm
www.galerie-biro.de

06/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : AJF 2016 awards – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

AJF ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 2016 ARTIST AWARD

Five Finalists Shortlisted for International Prize
Mill Valley, California, USA–Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is pleased to announce the five finalists for its 2016 Artist Award. The finalists will exhibit their work with Sofia Björkman, from Platina, during the international art jewelry fair Schmuck, in Munich, Germany, from February 24 through March 1, 2016. 
The Five finalists for AJF’s 2016 Artist Award are:
Lynn Batchelder –  Carina Shoshtary — Seth Papac — Aric Verrastro — and Timothy Veske-McMahon.
Finalists were chosen from the largest group of Artist Award applicants to date–151 artists representing 35 countries–and judged on originality, depth of concept, continuity of design, and quality of craftsmanship. This year’s jurors were Philip Clarke of New Zealand, inaugural director of Objectspace; 2014 Artist Award winner Seulgi Kwon, from South Korea; and AJF board member and collector Susan Kempin, who is from the United States.
  The unrestricted cash prize of $7500, generously funded by Susan Beech and Karen and Michael Rotenberg, will be awarded to one of the five finalists. AJF would like to thank Sofia Björkman and PLATINA for providing a showcase for the winner and finalist during Schmuck and donating the gallery’s profits to AJF. The winner will be announced in February 2016.
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist: Lynn Batchelder  Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metal, State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, 2013
« My studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. In these works industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand … I am constantly trying to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide. »
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch, 5 x 2 x 2 inches, photo: artist - TALENTE 2016: Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch
Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtray, Confused Brand, 2015, necklace, 9 x 33 x 25 cm, photo: artist:
Carina Shoshtary- Confused Branches, 2015, necklace, 9 x 33 x 25 cm, photo: artist
MA, Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Germany, 2012
  »My work starts with an intuitive experimental play with found materials, which usually come from my immediate surroundings. In the process of experimenting, the materials are being thoroughly transformed; the original source cannot be identified anymore … My jewelry pieces may appear like artifacts of a past civilization, fossils from another planet, or the ornaments of fabled beings. »
Carina Shoshtary, Confused Branches 3 detail, 2015, necklace, 9 cm x 33 cm x 25 cm, photo: artist: Carina Shoshtary, « Confused Branches 3″ (detail), 2015, necklace
Seth Papac, Cali Condensation, 2015, necklace, raised and anodized aluminum, brass, rayon, velour, 1016 x 508 x 102 mm, photo: artist:
Seth Papac Cali Condensation, 2015, necklace, raised and anodized aluminum, brass, rayon, velour, 1016x508x102 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metals/Jewelry, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, 2009
« Life in Southern California, with its unreal sunsets, light-bleached buildings, and vestiges of 70s style, brought my memory to a saturation point, forming crystals of experience … These merged into objects with varying physical relationships to the body–at the scale of architecture, at the scale of jewelry, and in between. Utilizing the vocabulary of jewelry and architecture, space and place are explored–from the past to the present, from the personal to the cliché, from the obvious to the mysterious. »
Aric Verrastro  Aric Verrastro - Spaces, 2015, necklace, steel, acrylic paint, polyster, thread, 58 x 8.5 x 3 cm, photo: artist -
Aric Verrastro – Spaces, 2015, necklace, steel, acrylic paint, polyster, thread, 58 x 8.5 x 3 cm, photo: artist
 MFA, Metalsmithing/Jewelry, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, 2015
« I have recently been displaced from living in a city, which has left an emptiness in my life. The creation of each piece has become a method to fill the void. The forms are architectural, modular, constructed from steel, becoming allegorical representations of the energy of a thriving, vibrant environment … As jewelry, the body completes the piece as people fill and give life to architectural spaces, expressing the vitality and connection I feel toward the urban human experience. »
Timothy Veske-McMahon, Borve VI (on the body), plastic, aluminum, 8.5 x 12.5 x 1 cm, photo: artits:
Timothy Veske-McMahon  Borve VI (on the body), plastic, aluminum, 8.5 x 12.5 x 1 cm, photo: artits
MFA, Metalsmithing, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, 2013
« We seek out and delve into mirrors for clarifying affirmation but, in truth, are met with a foreign body … This perceived closeness of similarity and familiarity is a deception–fictitious shorthand we use in identifying within society and relationships. If the act of definition is a loss of information, is it possible to create a loss-less object? »

 

 

01/09/2015

EXPO ‘coOperation – GARNISH’ – Gallery Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco (USA) – 19 Aout-20 Sept. 2015

co-operation – garnish

A collaborative exhibition organized by Brigitte Martin and Rachel Timmins

Artists’ Reception:  Friday August 21, 6-8pm

co-operation - garnish

 A garnish can be anything from an adornment that adds or enhances the body (human or animal) to a functional or nonfunctional object that decorates and spices up a room. This exhibition will ask viewers and participants to examine the idea of a garnish made by 2 different subsets of makers who have come together to create an embellishment that satisfies both.

Participating Artists:    Suzanne Amendolara / Dan DiCaprio — Christiana Byrne / David Lee — Catherine Chandler / Sonya Scott — Brian Ferrell / Jillian Moore –  Heidi Gerstacker / Masumi KataokaEmily Gill / Jaime Sawka — Charity Hall / Francesca Vitali Peter Hoogeboom / Maia Houtman — Nicole Jacquard / Annie Fensterstock — Lauren Kalman / Kipp Bradford –  Satomi Kawai / Nikki Couppee — Thomas Mann / Wayne Werner –  Bruce Metcalf / Evin Dubois — Tom Muir / Caitlin Skelcey — Vincent Pontillo Verrastro / Sharon Massey –  Mette Saabye / Pernille Mouritzen — Marissa Saneholtz /Michael Dale BernardLinda Savineau / Steve Shelby — Olga Starostina / Corey AckelmireBillie Theide / Brooke Marks-SwansonRachel Timmins / Brigitte Martin — Aric Verrastro /Randy Long

 Satomi Kawai & Nikki Couppee, Neogems (Necklace), Plastic, etched copper, resin, pigment, sterling silver, brass, plexiglass, found shells, faux and real pearls, faux silver foil, hologram laminateSatomi Kawai & Nikki Couppee, Neogems (Necklace), Plastic, etched copper, resin, pigment, sterling silver, brass, plexiglass, found shells, faux and real pearls, faux silver foil, hologram laminate

Brian Ferrell & Jillian Moore, Clompe Cluster (Brooch), basswood, polymer clay, resin, paint, waxBrian Ferrell & Jillian Moore, Clompe Cluster (Brooch), basswood, polymer clay, resin, paint, wax

Peter Hoogeboom & Maja Houtman, Artichoke (Brooch), Ceramics (slipcasting), metalwork (basketry), silversmithing silver, porcelainPeter Hoogeboom & Maja Houtman, Artichoke (Brooch), Ceramics (slipcasting), metalwork (basketry), silversmithing silver, porcelain

Tom Muir & Caitlin Skelcey, Expel, ABS Plastic, Sterling Silver, Automotive Paint and  ClearcoatTom Muir & Caitlin Skelcey, Expel, ABS Plastic, Sterling Silver, Automotive Paint and  Clearcoat

Aric & Randy Verrastro & Long, Daydreaming (Neckpiece), Canvas, PLA, sterling silver, copper, enamel, china paint, steel, thread, acrylic paint, poly-filAric & Randy Verrastro & Long, Daydreaming (Neckpiece), Canvas, PLA, sterling silver, copper, enamel, china paint, steel, thread, acrylic paint, poly-fil

Linda Savineau & Steve Shelby, Sluggish Meanderings, Hammer printed brass, 3D printed nylon (SLS), driftwoodLinda Savineau & Steve Shelby, Sluggish Meanderings, Hammer printed brass, 3D printed nylon (SLS), driftwood

Marissa Saneholtz & Michael Dale Bernard, "She was lost to her dreams as flowers cascaded upon her." (Neckpiece), Copper, steel, aluminum, silver, maple, vitreous enamel, powder coat, lacquerMarissa Saneholtz & Michael Dale Bernard, « She was lost to her dreams as flowers cascaded upon her. » (Neckpiece), Copper, steel, aluminum, silver, maple, vitreous enamel, powder coat, lacquer

CoOperation Garnish | Velvet da Vinci - Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro and Sharon Massey, Plume, Copper, PLA, graphite, enamel, rare-earth magnets Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro and Sharon Massey, Plume, Copper, PLA, graphite, enamel, rare-earth magnets

 

Statement from the organizers:
A modern metalsmith/metal artist can be found working in traditional metals as well as in nontraditional materials. The designs can range from the classic to the extravagant, and the techniques can either be centuries old or decidedly current. The wide range of expression preferences, design options, materials, and processes has lead within our field to unfavorable misconceptions, misunderstandings and in some cases even outright disdain between artists. Each side considers itself superior to the other, seemingly not appreciating the clear advantages, benefits, and experiences each faction brings to the table. Quoting from Damian Skinner’s 2013 SNAG keynote lecture in Toronto:
“We are all family. Sometimes, family members don’t speak with each other, but we still are one big family. Let’s recognize this fact.”
Can our field overcome family division and send a much-needed signal to the metals + jewelry community? We appreciate and respect our historical past and acknowledge that current materials have a rightful place in jewelry/object making. Arriving at this message is the goal of this exhibition.”  – Brigitte Martin and Rachel Timmins

 

Velvet da Vinci
2015 Polk Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-441-0109
Email:  info@velvetdavincigallery.com
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 6pm, Sunday, 11am – 4pm

 

 

02/08/2015

EXPO ‘SIX: new work by six young makers’ – Gallery Velvet da Vinci, San Francisco (USA) – 1-15 Aout 2015

Six: Nikki Couppee, Hunter Creel, Zachery Lechtenberg, Andrew Kuebeck, Aric Verrastro, Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro

 Artists’ Reception: Saturday, August 1, 6-8 pm
Velvet da Vinci is proud to present 6, an exhibition of jewelry and sculptural objects by six young voices in the field. Featured artists include Nikki Couppee, Hunter Creel, Zachery Lechtenberg, Andrew Kuebeck, Aric Verrastro, and Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro. Working with a range of processes and techniques, each artist brings a fresh perspective to their craft and material lineage. The show will run from August 1-15, 2015. An opening reception with the artists will take place on August 1st, from 6-8 pm.

 

Velvet da Vinci - 6: New Work by Six Young Makers -

Participating Artists:
Nikki Couppee Hunter CreelZachery LechtenbergAndrew KuebeckAric Verrastro —   Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro

 Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro "Pfoufe 6", 2015 PLA plastic, recycled fox fur, steelVincent Pontillo-Verrastro « Pfoufe 6″, 2015 PLA plastic, recycled fox fur, steel
Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro’s current presents a dialogue emphasizing the primacy of touch in experiencing jewelry, focusing on the tactile and functional properties of the brush.

Aric Verrastro, Velvet da Vinci, DriftingAric Verrastro,   Drifting – brooch
Aric Verrastro creates souvenirs in the form of jewelry, intended to capture the essence of noteworthy places and events from the past and present of the artist’s personal history. Verrastro earned undergraduate degrees in Metals/Jewelry and Studio Art from SUNY Buffalo State College. He recently earned an MFA in Metalsmithing/Jewelry at Indiana University (Bloomington, IN), where he currently serves as Associate Instructor in Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design

Nikki Couppee Necklace: Neogem, 2015 Plexiglass, brass, fine silver, sterling silver, found objectsNikki Couppee Necklace: Neogem, 2015 Plexiglass, brass, fine silver, sterling silver, found objects
Nikki Couppee’s recent work investigates the performative social functions of jewelry, utilizing Plexiglass, brass, and found objects in place of precious gems and metals. Working with everyday materials she intuitively creates her own versions of gemstones, hand cast and faceted in luminescent plastics. Couppee received an M.F.A. in Jewelry/ Metals from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio (2011) and a B.F.A. from the University of Georgia, Athens Georgia in Jewlery/Metals (2007).

Andrew Kuebeck - "second place" brooch - Sterling Silver, Fine Silver, Enamel, Toner Decal, Steel; Fabricated, Cast, Enameled, FusedAndrew Kuebeck – « second place » brooch – Sterling Silver, Fine Silver, Enamel, Toner Decal, Steel; Fabricated, Cast, Enameled, Fused
 Andrew Kuebeck , recipient of the 2012 SNAG Emerging Artist award, works in a variety of formats ranging from functional jewelry to sculptural objects and vessels. Inspired by Beefcake photography of the 1960’s and 70’s, his recent felt pieces explore the incorporation of photographic images into textiles, jewelry, and objects.

Hunter Creel "Officer Mama" 2015 copper, brass, acrylic & enamel paintHunter Creel « Officer Mama » 2015 copper, brass, acrylic & enamel paint
Hunter Creel creates bold sculptural objects, utilizing a language of simple forms drawn from the realms of the utilitarian and the abstract. Powder-coated in vibrant hues of enamel paint,

 

 

 

Velvet da Vinci
2015 Polk Street,
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-441-0109
Email:  info@velvetdavincigallery.com
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11am – 6pm, Sunday, 11am – 4pm

 

 

 

 

11/02/2015

Aric Verrastro, selected for TALENTE 2015

Classé dans : Aric VERRASTRO (US),SUNY New Paltz (US),TALENTE,USA,www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:52

Aric Verrastro  is selected for Talente 2015

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

Aric Verrastro is an American based artist, graduated from SUNY Buffalo State College in Metals/Jewelry. The artist was already selected for diverse american grants and is currently Associate Instructor in Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design at Indiana University. Aric Verrastro is also a regular presence in international exhibitions and his work can be found in several publications.

« This series of work are studies in color, composition, and form, each piece was made within a day. The work was an intuitive response to my thoughts at the time I began each piece. I gave myself material parameters as to not be paralyzed by choice. The time constraint and material limitations allowed me to loosen up and express myself through the simplicity of reaction to formal aesthetics. »

Aric Verrastro Brooch: Drifting, 2014 Driftwood, steel, sterling silver, polyester cord, acrylic paint, thread 16.5 x 13 x 8 cmAric Verrastro Brooch: Drifting, 2014 Driftwood, steel, sterling silver, polyester cord, acrylic paint, thread 

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

Aric Verrastro Brooch: You Choose, 2014 Driftwood, copper, steel, sterling silver, PLA, polyester cord, acrylic paint 20 x 9 x 8 cmAric Verrastro Brooch: You Choose, 2014 Driftwood, copper, steel, sterling silver, PLA, polyester cord, acrylic paint

Aric Verrastro  Freedom neckpiece 2014Aric Verrastro  Freedom neckpiece 2014

Aric Verrastro Brooch: IDK, 2014 Steel, canvas, Copper, Sterling Silver, thread, acrylic paint 13x14x8cm Piece A Day SeriesAric Verrastro Brooch: IDK, 2014 Steel, canvas, Copper, Sterling Silver, thread, acrylic paint 13x14x8cm Piece A Day Series

Aric Verrastro Brooch: You Choose #2, 2014 Driftwood, steel, PLA, canvas, cotton, sterling silver, found object, thread, poly-fil, acrylic paint 30 x 8 x 5 cmAric Verrastro Brooch: You Choose #2, 2014 Driftwood, steel, PLA, canvas, cotton, sterling silver, found object, thread, poly-fil, acrylic paint 30 x 8 x 5 cm

Aric Verrastro Brooch: You Choose #2, 2014 Driftwood, steel, PLA, canvas, cotton, sterling silver, found object, thread, poly-fil, acrylic paint 30 x 8 x 5 cm

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
michaela.braesel@hwk-muenchen.de

 

 

 

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