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16/09/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Barbara PAGANIN – EXPO « Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort » – Paris Parcours Bijoux 2017 – Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo – 14 Oct.-15 Nov. 2017

Barbara Paganin

Elle sera présente au Parcours Bijoux 2017 à Paris dans l’exposition

Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort

Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo, du 14 oct au 15 nov

Vernissage le samedi 14 octobre à 15h

Barbara_Paganin  "Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort" - Paris Parcours Bijoux 2017 - 14 Oct.-15 Nov. 2017 - Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo, du 14 oct au 15 nov -  Vernissage le samedi 14 octobre à 15h

« Initiée par la galerie LA Joaillerie, l’exposition Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort rassemble les œuvres de six artistes internationaux partageant une approche narrative et figurative du bijou. Elle propose une réflexion sur la fonction originelle du bijou comme marqueur de temps et symbole de rite de passage et questionne sa spécificité de medium et de véhicule des mythologies intimes. Pendant des siècles, depuis la branche de corail rouge offerte aux nourrissons en passant par les bijoux de deuils, le don du bijou a consacré le franchissement d’une étape. Porté au plus près du corps, le bijou constitue également un lieu de passage entre le versant caché, intime de l’individu et sa face publique, exposée aux regards. En choisissant de revisiter le format du triptyque dont la structure répond parfaitement aux besoins de la narration, les œuvres créées pour cette exposition nous livrent une interprétation contemporaine de questionnements existentiels immuables. »

Avec Zoe Arnold, Kranitzky & Overstreet, Lisa & Scott Cylinder, Asagi Maeda, Robert Mazlo, Barbara Paganin.

Barbara Paganin - Memoria Aperta n° 7 - spilla in argento, frammento di bambola di porcellana del 1890 zaffiro giallo, oro  - 2011-2013Barbara Paganin – Memoria Aperta n° 7 – spilla in argento, frammento di bambola di porcellana del 1890 zaffiro giallo, oro  – 2011-2013

Barbara Paganin (Memoria Aperta n.5, 2011-2013.  - Oxidate silver, pictures, porcelain, glass, zephyr, golden.Barbara Paganin (Memoria Aperta n.5, 2011-2013.  – Oxidate silver, pictures, porcelain, glass, zephyr, golden)

"Paganin weaves her thick net of information on a sort of genetic algorithm in which everyone can find their reflection. Each brooch, every necklace starts a story"... Sylvia Valenti discussing the aesthetics of #BarbaraPaganin in a brilliant article on @artjewelryforum. Brooch Memoria Aperta n°9. - Photo credit: Alice Pavesi Fiori - #Parcoursbijoux2017« Barbara Paganin weaves her thick net of information on a sort of genetic algorithm in which everyone can find their reflection. Each brooch, every necklace starts a story« … (Sylvia Valenti about BarbaraPaganin on artjewelryforum).
Brooch Memoria Aperta n°9. – Photo credit: Alice Pavesi Fiori

 

 

Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo
31 rue Guénégaud
75006 Paris
01 53 10 86 04
métro : Odéon
la-joaillerie-par-mazlo.fr

mar – ven de 14h à 19h
sam de 11h à 19h

25/02/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (66) – AAD Schmuckstücke Gioielli – Galerie Carl Weishaupt P13, Munich 9-24 Mars 2017

Classé dans : Barbara PAGANIN (IT),EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Exposition/Exhibition,SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:54

(66) Adria Alpen Donau/aad Schmuckstücke Gioielli  2017

Adria-Alps-Danube Schmuckstücke Gioielli Jewellery 2017 – 09.03-24.03

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Barbara PAGANIN

 „Adria Alpen Donau Schmuckstücke Gioielli 2017“:

Fifty goldsmiths currently living and working in the European region between the Adriatic Sea and the River Danube (AAD) will come together to exhibit their latest hand-crafted jewellery designs.The individual aesthetic of the designs combined with the artistic implementation of each goldsmith’s craftsmanship will initiate an intercultural dialog about contemporary jewellery design. Visitors are invited to join the extremely active and thrilling scene of these European goldsmiths, where ideas, feelings, dreams are realized into breath-taking and impressive jewellery.

AAD Catalog 2017

(66) Alpen Adria Donau Schmuckstücke Gioielli aad 2017 - Susanne Elster ringsAlpen Adria Donau Schmuckstücke Gioielli aad 2017 – Susanne Elster rings

 

From Germany:  Coralie Arntz — Alexandra Bahlmann — M. Becker — M. Beer — Susanne Elstner — Bernhard Grassl — E. Jocher — Stephan Kaddick — Leinfelder — Kerstin Lind — Michael Mann — Christian Mühlbauer — Nicolodi — H. Niggl — Sebastian Baron v.d. Recke — Imogen Rizkova — G. Schmelmer — Juliane Schölss — Michael Seubert — Gisbert Stach — Christoph Straube — Satoko Takeichi-Däntl — R. Wilhelm — Ulla Zierer

From Austria:  Petr Dvorak — Elisabeth Habig — Angelina Kafka– Gerti Machacek — Aija Neuner –  Seitner — Florian Wagner

from Italy:  Gian Luca Bartellone — Giorgio Cecchetto — G.Chiarcos — Marcus Frühauf — Doris Gabrielli — Konrad Laimer — Stefania Lucchetta — Martin Messavilla –  Barbara Paganin – Federica Pallaver — Jurgen Pollo — P.Reveane — Alessia Semeraro — Giovanni Sicuro — Silvia Valenti — Janos Gabor Varga — Michele Zanin — Stefano Zanin

SCHMUCK 2017 - Barbara Paganin -  - at AAD exhibition - Open Memory n°22 brooch: Barbara Paganin Open Memory n°22 brooch

SCHMUCK 2017 - Barbara Paganin -   at AAD exhibition - Open Memory n°26 brooch: Barbara Paganin  Open Memory n°26 brooch « biology lesson »

SCHMUCK 2017 - Barbara Paganin - at AAD exhibition   - Open Memory n°19 brooch: Barbara Paganin -  Open Memory n°19 brooch

« in the brooches « Memoria Aperta«  ………..  the artist effectively tests the value of the memories that bind everything and everyone. In this collection, ceramic animals, porcelain dolls, sculpted ivory shapes, woods, glass, miniatures of old photos—unearthed, inherited, and collected relics—are mixed in with incredible reproductions in lost wax of shoes, dresses, tiny tools of daily use, mini-bestiary, and gems. Paganin weaves her thick net of information on a sort of genetic algorithm in which everyone can find their reflection. Each brooch, every necklace starts a story. It’s up to us to choose the plots. »  (By Silvia Valenti on  AJF)

 

 

 

 

Galerie Carl Weishaupt P13
Promenadeplatz 13
Munich – DE
Tue-Sat 11:00–18:00
www.goldschmiedeinnung.de

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08/12/2016

EXPO ‘Selected stories’ – OHMYBLUE!, Venezia (IT) – 10 Dec.2016-10 Janv. 2017

at  OHMYBLUE è lieto di inaugurare « Selected Stories », una mostra collettiva di maestri del gioiello contemporaneo italiani.

Opening: Saturday 10 December 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

OH MY BLUE - Selected stories dec 2016

 
I partecipanti sono:   Susanna BaldacciCorrado De MeoMaria Rosa FranzinGigi Mariani Barbara PaganinYoko Takirai e Pietro Pellitteri — Sergio e Stefano Spivach  — Babette von Dohnanyi Gabi VeitCaterina Zanca
The exhibition Selected Stories at OHMYBLUE focuses on the relationship between bodies of work created in the last years by some of the most relevant Italian contemporary jewelry artists.
This exhibition invites the viewer to experience the different languages that these authors speak, having the chance to witness to a web of interlocking formal decisions and identities.
Every piece of jewelry is an image, a tangible object that one can pick up, put down, look from a distance, caress. Even read. Because these objects and their beauty, their shapes, their strangeness, they tell a story that accompanies us and which we want to possess, participating in the construction of significance by appropriating whatever fragment it feels dear to us.
These pieces of jewelry are lonely architectures, spaces that become ourselves and where we can feel at home, strangely. 
Barbara Paganin, Rami blu, brooch:
Barbara Paganin - Rami blu,  brooch –
“Da sempre i vegetali mi affascinano così come l’unicità dell’essere umano. Siamo tutti simili, ma nessuno è uguale all’altro [...] In particolare mi affascinano i cavolfiori nella loro varietà: cavolo rosso, cavolo verza, cavolo rapa, broccoli, cavolfiori, il cavolo romano [...] In forma di foglia, i rilievi e le venature rimandano immediatamente al nostro sistema venoso e linfatico. In forma di fiore, c’è un diretto riferimento all’albero. Del calco mi interessa l’impronta, l’impronta che identifica, segno quindi unico e identificabile”.
BARBARA PAGANIN brooch - detail - at OH MY BLUE: BARBARA PAGANIN brooch – detail

Caterina Zanca - detail of a broochCaterina Zanca – detail of a brooch
« Tutto nasce dal disegno, dal dare senso ad un colore, ad un segno per creare forme che diventano oggetti indossabili, gioielli espressioni della mia emozione: questa è la mia ricerca. Amo le forme pulite, le architetture contemporanee, ricerco pulizia formale, l’armonia fra gli spazi, la luce, i volumi, mentre creo strutture che dialogano con il corpo, perché un gioiello deve essere prima di tutto un oggetto indossabile. Cerco il colore nei suoi contrasti, ma specialmente nella sua matericità che diviene elemento fondamentale di dettaglio. La preziosità del gioiello non sta più nel materiale, ma nell’idea e nel messaggio che questo trasmette. »
OHMYBLUE•••••SELECTEDSTORIES  CATERINA ZANCA detail of a brooch: CATERINA ZANCA detail of a brooch
Gigi Mariani, Find#2, brooch
Gigi Mariani, Find#2, brooch
« Negli anni ho coltivato la passione per la pittura, informale segnica, materica, dove il colore o un segno rappresentano un’emozione o particolare stato d’animo. Ecco, cercavo qualcosa di analogo anche in oreficeria e l’ho trovato utilizzando le tecniche del Niello, la Granulazione o le ossidazioni in modo pittorico, informale. Un utilizzo che cambia l’aspetto dei gioielli e li rende unici. »
OHMYBLUE SELECTED STORIES - GIGI MARIANI - DECEMBER10th  gigi mariani  goldsmith  master italianartist gold oro aurum niello nigellum: Gigi Mariani, brooch detail
OHMYBLUE•••••SELECTEDSTORIES ••••• MARIA ROSA FRANZIN - detailMaria Rosa Franzin – detail of a brooch
Maria Rosa Franzin - detail Maria Rosa Franzin - detailof a necklace
Corrado de Meo - broochCorrado de Meo - brooch
  »Nei miei gioielli voglio proiettare anche la mia consapevolezza del loro processo di attuazione, cristallizzando le fasi della trasformazione della materia di cui sono fatti per evidenziare uno dei passaggi del loro divenire e scoprire l’armonia e l’equilibrio presenti in ogni fase in cui la materia, misteriosamente, prende forma seguendo quelle leggi che ne regolano la sua struttura, partecipe della realtà di tutte le cose del mondo che sono in costante e continua trasformazione. Osservando poi, una forma colorata, non provo solamente una emozione visiva perché il colore appartiene prima al dominio dell’inconscio e successivamente a quello della ragione e, nel prendere forma esprimendo le sue sonorità, diventa una percezione globale capace di comunicare alla nostra intera essenza. »
Corrado De Meo, A red shows its relations, brooch: Corrado De Meo, A red shows its relations, brooch
« Credo che un gioiello debba essere innanzitutto un qualcosa che ti porta altrove, un po’ come un viaggio improvviso, qualcosa che ti alleggerisce e ti sbalordisce allo stesso tempo. Con una forma che ti porta felicemente da un’altra parte rispetto a dove eri sicuro di andare o che ti allieta con un’ironia inaspettata.
Amo i vuoti che danno spazio al pensiero, che ti accolgono, i contrasti cromatici e delle forme, le superfici materiche, le ombre che si creano e che cambiano a seconda dei punti di vista e della luce.« 
Susanna Baldacci - detailSusanna Baldacci – detail
Susanna Baldacci, Faretra, brooch: Susanna Baldacci, Faretra, brooch
Sergio e Stefano Spivach, Untitled, opal ring 2016 - at OH MY BLUE:
Sergio e Stefano Spivach 2016 – opal ring
« Il segreto della lavorazione dell’opale si basa sulla profonda conoscenza del grezzo, che permette di riconoscerne le qualità e l’impiego più adatto.�Essa è esclusivamente manuale e non potrebbe essere altrimenti, perché ogni grezzo d’opale viene scelto per la propria unicità.�Nelle diverse fasi della lavorazione, ad ogni gesto, ad ogni passaggio viene dedicato il tempo necessario, senza forzature. La cura con cui viene seguito ogni dettaglio è assoluta, così come l’attenzione e la capacità di adattarsi ad ogni grezzo sono un distillato di esperienza e passione. »
OHMYBLUE•••••SELECTEDSTORIES YOKO TAKIRAI & PIETRO PELLITTER DECEMBER10th  takiraidesign silver gold minimalism: YOKO TAKIRAI & PIETRO PELLITTER - minimalism ….. – brooches
« I gioielli di Yoko Takirai e Pietro Pellitteri sono espressione di nuovi concetti di spazio. Una pluralità di percorsi animano i suoi gioielli e celano per questo spesso qualcosa d’inaspettato. Le collane, glie anelli, gli orecchini sia nelle forme tridimensionali che in quelle lineari, esprimono un movimento e un’emozione inattesa finche` non li si indossa. Talvolta enigmatici nelle loro forme, i suoi gioielli si svelano nel momento dell’incontro con il corpo, rivelando una leggerezza, un’eleganza e una sinuosità estremamente femminile. E questo a dispetto anche delle linee geometriche utilizzate in alcune collezioni. La sua ricerca, riesce ad arrivare a delle forme pure e ad armonizzare eleganza e confort. Oggetti finemente elaborati perseguiti grazie ad una dedizione alla ricerca di laboratorio determinata di cui possiede la padronanza tecnica che consente di trasferire una emozione filtrata dai movimenti e le cui forme semplici e pulite rimangono senza nessuna cosa di troppo. Finemente lavorati certamente, questi gioielli, in un sereno tentativo – riuscito – raggiungono uno stato di purezza, si elevano in qualità. »
OHMYBLUE•••••SELECTEDSTORIES  YOKO TAKIRAI & PIETRO PELLITTERI •••••VENEZIA•••••DECEMBER10th  silver gold minimalism:  YOKO TAKIRAI & PIETRO PELLITTERI – bracelet
OHMYBLUE•••••SELECTEDSTORIES ••••• Gabi Veit - detailGabi Veit – detail

 

 

OHMYBLUE
Campo san Toma’, sestiere di San Polo 2865
Venezia, Veneto 30125
Italy
+39 041 243 5741
http://www.ohmyblue.it/

 

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06/12/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Barbara PAGANIN at OHMYBLUE

Barbara Paganin  participe à une très jolie exposition, sur « ses » lieux, Venise, dans une galerie plus qu’exquise, OHMYBLUE :

« Selected Stories »   una mostra collettiva di maestri del gioiello contemporaneo italiani.
Opening: Saturday 10 December 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

 
The exhibition Selected Stories at OHMYBLUE focuses on the relationship between bodies of work created in the last years by some of the most relevant Italian contemporary jewelry artists.
This exhibition invites the viewer to experience the different languages that these authors speak, having the chance to witness to a web of interlocking formal decisions and identities.
Every piece of jewelry is an image, a tangible object that one can pick up, put down, look from a distance, caress. Even read. Because these objects and their beauty, their shapes, their strangeness, they tell a story that accompanies us and which we want to possess, participating in the construction of significance by appropriating whatever fragment it feels dear to us.
These pieces of jewelry are lonely architectures, spaces that become ourselves and where we can feel at home, strangely. 
Barbara Paganin, Rami blu, brooch: Barbara Paganin - Rami blu,  brooch  
“Da sempre i vegetali mi affascinano così come l’unicità dell’essere umano. Siamo tutti simili, ma nessuno è uguale all’altro [...] In particolare mi affascinano i cavolfiori nella loro varietà: cavolo rosso, cavolo verza, cavolo rapa, broccoli, cavolfiori, il cavolo romano [...] In forma di foglia, i rilievi e le venature rimandano immediatamente al nostro sistema venoso e linfatico. In forma di fiore, c’è un diretto riferimento all’albero. Del calco mi interessa l’impronta, l’impronta che identifica, segno quindi unico e identificabile”.
OHMYBLUE•••••VENEZIA•••••SELECTEDSTORIES  BARBARA PAGANIN detail of a brooch: BARBARA PAGANIN brooch – detail
cette photo, ce bijoux, ces détails, ces couleurs me laissent … plus que pantoise !

Barbara Paganin "Sfumature"  Barbara Paganin « Sfumature » – brooch

OHMYBLUE•••••VENEZIA•••••SELECTEDSTORIES  BARBARA PAGANIN detail of a brooch: BARBARA PAGANIN detail of a brooch

Barbara Paganin | Impronte | rings, silver - at OHMYBLUE!: Barbara Paganin | Impronte | rings, silver – at OHMYBLUE!

OHMYBLUE•••••VENEZIA SELECTED STORIES EVENT BARBARA PAGANIN: Barbara Paganin   ring details – anello Polifonico

 

 

OHMYBLUE
Campo san Toma’, sestiere di San Polo 2865
Venezia, Veneto 30125
Italy
+39 041 243 5741
http://www.ohmyblue.it/

 

 

26/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Barbara Paganin – THE Venetian goldsmith ….

Classé dans : Barbara PAGANIN (IT),COUP DE COEUR,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Italie (IT) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:40

Barbara Paganin

me ????!!! doing  an « EXCHANGE » with Barbara Paganin ???!!! for me she is a STAR, far away in the sky, a place where only « Gods » have place !!! a MASTER !! THE jeweller !! and she accepted to do an exchange with me ???!!! I can’t believe it !! it paralyzes me !!! It leaves me breathless !!! and when you read this (in which public collections her works are, I feel really …… OUT !! (« Her works are in the permanent collections of museums including the V & A in London, Musée des Art Décoratif of Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museum of Modern Art in Ca ‘Pesaro in Venice, Museum of Fine Art of Montreal, LACMA in Los Angeles….. »)

Well …… trying to keep calm ……………..
What makes me really mouth-watering is her coliflor & other vegetables series ….. and the « more » necklace leaves you really breathless & mouth watering ……… a part the BEAUTY of forms, of colors, of composition ….
« In a 2011 study of cabbage, Paganin cast romanesco broccoli (a Roman variety of cauliflower) in dental acrylic, which she embellished with oxidized silver, ultimately producing a brooch that evoked the logarithmic, spiraled texture of the vegetable. »

Barbara Paganin - "cavolo" arancione brooch Italy 2011 - oxidised silver and acrylic (methacrylate) cast from broccoli romanesco,  orange and yellow, faded slightly but still bright, looks like a type of cacti, connected to a back piece of metal using wire.: Barbara Paganin - « cavolo » arancione brooch Italy 2011 – oxidised silver and acrylic (methacrylate) cast from broccoli romanesco,  orange and yellow, faded slightly but still bright, looks like a type of cacti, connected to a back piece of metal using wire

Barbara Paganin - "More" necklace, 2013Barbara Paganin – « More » necklace, 2013 – oxidised silver, gold and polymethylmethacrylate

« With her works she creates a plant and animal life and landscape where geometric knowledge alternates in processing natural and informal, where the color will find its space and where the story will become the main theme. Each work tells a story chapter by chapter linked to the experience of Barbara Paganin, but that each one can imagine different, adapting it to his own memory, to their own experiences, so bringing out from the seas of memories the images, flash, life paths that converge in unison in a single center or in the work itself. » (Elena Segato Virtualkiosk)

Barbara Paganin - "More" necklace, 2013 at Milan 2016  Miart & Triennale « More » necklace, 2013 – oxidised silver, gold and polymethylmethacrylate

« Il lavoro di Barbara Paganin condensa la coerenza concettuale di un percorso artistico articolato, supportato da conoscenze e capacità tecniche eccelse. Pur padroneggiando a fondo l’arte della lavorazione dei metalli, l’artista va oltre, desiderosa di sperimentare sempre nuove esperienze con materiali altri, quali il vetro, la porcellana, il polimetacrilato, il titanio raggiungendo costantemente un successo qualitativo di massimo livello. Il risultato sono dei pezzi « parlanti », delle opere che sempre hanno racchiusa una storia che ogni volta si racconta in modo diverso ad ogni diverso osservatore.
Non certo una mostra celebrativa quindi, forse anche quello, ma la reale opportunità di conoscere ed emozionarsi avendo l’incentivo per avvicinare e apprendere un percorso artistico esemplare che il catalogo con il testo di Mirella Cisotto, curatrice della mostra, e gli ingigantimenti fotografici dei singoli pezzi aiutano ancor più a svelare. » (archimagazine - EXPO « Barbara Paganin -Dall’orto alla soffitta » Oratorio di San Rocco, Padova 16 ott.- 22 nov. 2015)
« la « sequenza simultanea » di oltre 120 pezzi messi insieme in occasione di questa esposizione, toglie davvero il fiato« 

 

Barbara Paganin - cavolo arancione necklace -: Barbara Paganin – cavolo arancione necklace

« inspired by the vivid colors and organic shapes of her natural surroundings, Barbara Paganin channels the textures and forms of landscapes and fruit in her imaginative, contemporary jewelry. Paganin lives in Venice, Italy, where she is a graduate of sculpture from the Academy of Fine Arts and now teaches jewelry design at the Art Institute of Venice along with maintaining her studio. In her designs, Paganin replicates patterns and forms derived from nature in intricate detail. »

Collana More, 2013, Mostra Barbara Paganin a San Rocco, Padova - © Photo Roberto Zanon: Collana More, 2013, Mostra Barbara Paganin a San Rocco, Padova – © Photo Roberto Zanon

« Barbara Paganin, the Venetian goldsmith, from the first creations of the ’80s to the most recent completed during this year 2015. For over 25 years, exhibited in Europe (London, Vienna, Monaco, Gothenburg, Paris, Antwerp …) and the US (New York, Chicago, Miami …) ; known internationally, has won several national and international awards. The artist inherits from goldsmith school of Padua, within which is inserted the critically intense structuralism that it then turns into an original form of naturalistic figuration. » (Virtualkiosk)

Barbara Paganin: Broche CESPUGLIO VERDE - Galerie Orfèo -: Barbara Paganin: Broche CESPUGLIO VERDE – Galerie Orfèo

« Dall’orto alla Soffita is the first retrospective dedicated to Paganin’s work in Italy, and we should be thankful to the city of Padua for paying homage to a great maker, and aligning itself with recognition she has already received abroad.
The question is, why did we have to wait so many years?
One possible interpretation is that her work is too innovative and especially too “divergent” from that of the Gold School of Padua to have been widely promoted or simply given its proper due in Italy. Being so stylistically detached sent her on a different, international career course. » (AJF)

Barbara Paganin  2010 ·   Concrescenza , metacrilato e argentoBarbara Paganin  2010 ·   Concrescenza , metacrilato e argento

« the jewels owned by private collectors stood out: They delivered a peculiar emotional energy because they live, as should be the case, their life as brooches, rings, necklaces. And soon, they will be back with their owners. » (AJF)Enregistrer

03/04/2016

EXPO ‘BRILLIANT: i futuri del gioiello italiano’ – Triennale di Milano, Palazzo della Triennale, Milano (IT) – 2 Avril-12 Sept. 2016

« BRILLIANT : i futuri del gioiello italiano«   a cura di Alba Cappellieri

Triennale di Milano /Palazzo della Triennale

La mostra vuole evidenziare il pluralismo del gioiello italiano in termini di linguaggi, sperimentazione e ricerca, dall’alta gioielleria alle nuove tecnologie indossabili e interattive.  Protagonista è il collier, il gioiello più rappresentativo dell’arte orafa italiana. I 50 gioielli selezionati sono emblematici dei futuri scenari del gioiello italiano:

BRILLIANT! il gioiello ritorna tra le arti alla XXI Triennale Internazionale!

 

I gioielli selezionati sono emblematici dei futuri scenari del gioiello italiano, definiti da: Manifattura Mirabile, Bellezza Quotidiana, Avant Craft, Tecnologie Preziose e Creatività Collettiva. Protagonista è il collier, il gioiello più rappresentativo dell’arte orafa italiana.

La mostra vuole evidenziare tanto la vocazione manifatturiera quanto l’innovazione tecnologica nella produzione orafa italiana contemporanea e gli innesti con discipline diverse. Emerge un pluralismo di linguaggi, di sperimentazione e ricerca, dall’alta gioielleria alle nuove tecnologie indossabili e interattive.

 Opere di  : Antonini — Giampaolo Babetto — Giampiero Bodino — Buccellati — Bulgari — Margherita Burgener — Fabio Cammarata — Monica Castiglioni per Bijouet — Chantecler — Roberto Coin — Crivelli — Riccardo Dalisi — Damiani — De Simone — Sandra di Giacinto — Gianfranco Ferré — Forevermark Italia — Emma Francesconi — Roberto Giannotti — Stefan Hafner — Alba Polenghi Lisca — Liverino 1894 — Stefania Lucchetta — Giulio Iacchetti per Maison 203 — Manuganda Stefano Marchetti — Marco Bicego –  Marni — Mattia Cielo — Mattia Mazza — Mattioli — Mimi — Misis — Giancarlo Montebello – Moschino — Barbara Paganin — Pasquale Bruni — Francesco Pavan — Percossi Papi — Gaetano Pesce — Franco Pianegonda — Pomellato — Carla Riccoboni — Sanlorenzo — Santagostino — Sharra Pagano — Vendorafa — Vhernier — Francesca Villa — Vinaya — Giorgio Visconti — Graziano Visintin.

  Giancarlo Montebello Photo by Giulia Napoli: Giancarlo Montebello  – Photo by Giulia Napoli

 Gaetano Pesce - Photo by Giulia Napoli:  Gaetano Pesce - Photo by Giulia Napoli

 Graziano Visintin Photo by Giulia Napoli:  Graziano Visintin – Photo by Giulia Napoli

Barbara Paganin, More: Barbara Paganin, More

Triennale_mostra brilliant_ GIAMPAOLO BABETTO: GIAMPAOLO BABETTO

Triennale_mostra brilliant_ collier di Ferrè: Gianfranco Ferrè

 Maison Franco Pianegonda Photo by Giulia Napoli: Maison Franco Pianegonda – Photo by Giulia Napoli

 

Palazzo della Triennale
mar – dom / 10:30 – 20:30
Viale E. Alemagna, 6
20121 Milano

 

06/10/2015

EXPO ‘Omnia Vanitas’ – Wcc-bf Mons, Anciens Abattoirs de Mons (BE) – 24 Oct. 2015-10 Janv. 2016

Omnia Vanitas By Wcc-bf Mons

Exposition du 24/10/15 au 10/01/16 aux Anciens Abattoirs de Mons

puis/et à la Galerie Koma, Mons  du 24 octobre 2015 au 20 décembre 2015

 wccbf_omniavanitas

 

Résultat de l’appel à candidature aux créateurs des pays de l’Union européenne. Toutes disciplines des arts appliqués, ainsi que design, photo,…
Resultat of the call to the artists from the European Union countries. Each discipline within the applied arts, as well as design, photography,…

Vanity is a theme as old as the existence of Art itself. “Remember you will die” whispered the slave to the Roman General during the triumphs. Nowadays, this superstition which became obsession cannot be hidden. Her rebirth in the Contemporary Art is such that Vanity has become true fashion or a lifestyle. “Vanitas vanitatum, omnia vanitas”. How better than the current age of technology and overconsumption to update this adage? In this month of the dead, Omnia Vanitas proposes a stop in space-time, a time for reflexion to ask themselves the right questions once again.
On this occasion, the WCC-BF and the Koma Gallery exposed 62 artists from Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, France, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Finland and Estonia. In their own way, each of them present their personal interpretation of death and Vanity. As in the exhibition of the European Price for Applied Arts, the artworks will be seen with all the contemplation and the reflexion it requires. In its own way, Omnia will propose to visitors a more intimate perspective on our relationship with life and death.

 

Faezeh AFCHARY-KORD — Nathalie AMAND — Tanneke BARENDREGT — Alice BERTRAND  — Philippa BEVERIDGE  — Frédéric BRAHAM — Philippe BRODZKI  — Isabelle CARPENTIER   — Sébastien CARRE  — Anne-Sophie COSTENOBLE — Rose-Marie CRESPIN — Betty CUYKX  — Emmanuelle DARNAULT — Estefania DE ALMEIDA — Anke DE KORT — Trees DEMITS  — Nathalie DESMEDT  — Nicolas DESTINO — Camille DUPUIS — Emelyne DUVAL  — Ana ESCOBAR  — Hilde FOKS — Trini GAINZA  — Adinda GODDYN — Elodie GONZALVEZ  — Sabine HERMAN — Peter HOOGEBOOM –  Irving S.T. Garp (Bernard CAELEN) – Delphine JOLY — Christer JONSSON — Arthur KEMPENAAR — Désirée KERKLAAN — Anke LAND — Nathalie LATOUR — Claire LAVENDHOMME  — Thérèse LEBRUN — Antoine LEPERLIER — Geraldine LUTTENBACHERJan MACHATOVAKadri MAELKJorge MANILLA — François MARCADON — Helena MARK — Olga MATHEY — Laurence MEYER — Julika MÜLLER — Rosa NOGUESBarbara PAGANIN Renzo PASQUALE — PATBOUN — Monika PATUSZYNSKA  — Nathalie PERRET Ruudt PETERS — Alet PILON — Olivier REMAN — Hélène RIVIERE — Sophie SCHRAEN — Johanna SCHWEIZER — Carolein SMIT  — Alejandra SOLAR  — Olivier SONCK  — Luus URMAS  — Dorothée VAN BIESENMonique VOZ  — Annamaria ZANELLA .

OMNIA VANITAS - Frédéric Braham Installation: Agape, 2006 Lackered wood, glass, metronome, fabric, plastic, insects, iron and Buchenwald stones jewellery, candlelight, pure pigment obtained by the calcination of bones, oxidized silver, chrome-plaited and painted metal, leather 290 x 95 x 200 cm Photo by: Paul Duvochel: Frédéric Braham Installation: Agape, 2006 Lackered wood, glass, metronome, fabric, plastic, insects, iron and Buchenwald stones jewellery, candlelight, pure pigment obtained by the calcination of bones, oxidized silver, chrome-plaited and painted metal, leather 290 x 95 x 200 cm Photo by: Paul Duvochel

Sebastien Carré - My Sweet Disease, 2014 - harnaisSébastien Carré - My Sweet Disease, 2014 – harnais
Structure en cotte de maille acier inoxydable et papier japonais crocheté ; Brodé avec des perles (Rocaille, plastiques, métalliques et pierres semi précieuse) ; coton, soie, fibre bi-composée (60%soie 40% algue), laine et nylon crochetés et graines d’arbres.
Harnais fais à ma taille / Harness made in my size

OMNIA VANITAS - Ruudt Peters Object: Costa, 2011 Polyurethane 13 x 22 x 3,5 cm: Ruudt Peters Object: Costa, 2011 Polyurethane 13 x 22 x 3,5 cm

OMNIA VANITAS - Luus Urmas Brooch: Purification, 2015 Kitchen Sponge, acrylic paint, glue 8,5 x 6 x 3,5 cm Photo by: Luus Urmas Carved with bared hands: Luus Urmas Brooch: Purification, 2015 Kitchen Sponge, acrylic paint, glue 8,5 x 6 x 3,5 cm Photo by: Luus Urmas Carved with bared hands

Alejandra Solar (M.F.A. 2014 Odar Oberstein) • Brooch "Murmullos" • Onyx, slate, silver, print • 2015 • © photo by artistAlejandra Solar (M.F.A. 2014 idar Obersteon) • Brooch « Murmullos » • Onyx, slate, silver, print • 2015 • © photo by artist

 Isabelle Carpentier - Diadème "Miss " Argent, résine, dents en porcelaine.Isabelle Carpentier – Diadème « Miss  » Argent, résine, dents en porcelaine

 

 

 

 

Deux lieux :

*Les Anciens Abattoirs/ Galerie du WCC-BF
17/02, rue de la Trouille
7000 Mons (Belgique)
www.wcc-bf.org
Exposition du 24 octobre 2015 au 10 janvier 2016
Exhibition from 24th october to 10th january 2016

Tous les jours (sauf le lundi, et les 24, 25, 31.12.2015 et 01.01.2016) de 10h00 à 18h00
Open everyday (except Monday, 24, 25, 31.12.2015 and 01.01.2016)  from 10:00 to 18:00

*Galerie KOMA
4, Rue des Gades
7000 Mons (Belgique)
www.asblkoma.be
Exposition du 24 octobre 2015 au 20 décembre 2015
Exhibition from 24th october to 20 December 2015
Mercredi jeudi samedi et dimanche de 14h00 à 18h00
Wednesday Thursday Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 18:00

 

30/07/2015

EXPO ‘Memoria Aperta’ – CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL) – 23 Mai 2015–16 Aout 2015

Classé dans : Barbara PAGANIN (IT),CODA Museum (NL),Exposition/Exhibition,Hollande (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:46

Memoria Aperta – Jewellery by Barbara Paganin

Nineteenth-century miniature portraits, animal figurines made from china, tiny children’s shoes and sprouting monkey bread trees all come together in the brooches of Italian artist Barbara Paganin (1961). From 23 May to 16 August, CODA Museum presents the exhibition Memoria Aperta, a collection of more than 25 unique yet interrelated jewels.

Paganin’s jewels are story-telling, portable tableaus that are reminiscent of rich, baroque palazzi in Venice but constructed from the objets trouvé Paganin found in antique shops and online. The aim is the opposite of impressing with opulence. Her brooches are poetry of the minuscule.

Memoria Aperta - Barbara Paganin  --  	Memoria Aperta  Brooches by Barbara Paganin  CODA Museum -  Apeldoorn, Netherlands 23 May-16 Aug 2015

Story-telling Jewellery :  Barbara Paganin’s eclecticism lies not only in the variety of objects used in her brooches, but also in her choice of materials. Besides precious metals like silver, gold and copper, she also uses glass, ceramics, china, amber, beeswax and plastic. With this wealth of material, the artist tells stories. Existing ones, like Grimm’s fairy tales or Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, to which she refers. But there are also the stories of the spectators, evoked by this extraordinary collection of brooches; the jewels challenge the spectator to open up spaces in the imagination and explore new worlds.

Barbara Paganin at CODA museumBarbara Paganin brooch

Barabara Paganin at CODA MuseumBarabara Paganin brooch

 

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26/02/2014

EXPO ‘Barbara Paganin – Memoria Aperta’ – Museo Fortuny, Venezia (IT) – 8 Mars- 14 Juill. 2014

Classé dans : Barbara PAGANIN (IT),Exposition/Exhibition,Italie (IT),MUSEE — bijoucontemporain @ 11:00

Inaugurazione il 7 marzo a Venezia a Palazzo Fortuny della mostra Barbara Paganin – Memoria Aperta. Curata da Valeria Acornero

25 spille che parlano di ricordi… 25 racconti per riflettere e immaginare   ……

 Inaugurazione il 7 marzo a Venezia a Palazzo Fortuny della mostra Barbara Paganin - Memoria Aperta
(Barbara Paganin Memoria Aperta spilla n.24, 2011-2013 Argento patinato, corallo, madreperla, elementi di porcellana e di osso, bussola, oro)
 
 
Gioielli-racconti che prendono spunto dalle emozioni del proprio passato ma che subito si aprono al mondo esplorando nei ricordi degli altri. Elementi tangibili di una memoria presa in prestito: miniature di ritratti ottocenteschi, animali portafortuna di porcellana, topolini, ippopotami, conigli, elefantini di avorio, una piccola bussola, una regina degli scacchi… È la prima volta che l’artista veneziana Barbara Paganin (1961) sceglie di inserire in maniera sistematica elementi “estranei” e objets trouvés nelle proprie opere. Il lavoro parte dalla ricerca tra le botteghe antiquarie di Venezia a caccia di quei piccoli oggetti, da poter immaginare un tempo conservati gelosamente in uno “scrigno” di bambina. La memoria degli altri si fonde perciò con quella personale dell’artista. Ogni spilla racconta una storia, che ciascuno può immaginare diversa, adattandola alla propria memoria, al proprio ricordo. Le 25 opere sono pensate come un corpus unico sul quale l’artista ha lavorato continuativamente negli ultimi due anni per presentarle tutte insieme a Palazzo Fortuny. //
The exhibition presents jewels and stories that draw their inspiration from the emotions of their past, but which immediately open up to the world too, exploring the memories of others. Tangible elements of a borrowed memory: 19th-century miniatures, porcelain animal good-luck charms depicting mice, hippopotamuses, rabbits, ivory elephants, a little compass, the queen from a chess set… This is the first time the Venetian Barbara Paganin (1961) has chosen to include “extraneous” elements and objets trouvés in a systematic manner in her production. Her work begins with a search among the antiques shops of Venice to find these little objects, which one could imagine were once jealously guarded in some child’s “treasure casket”. The memory of others blends, therefore, with that of the artist herself. Every brooch tells a story, which can be imagined differently by every observer, adapting it to his own memory. The 25 works are planned as a single corpus, on which Paganin has worked continuously over the past two years, and are designed to be displayed all together at Palazzo Fortuny.
Barbara Paganin  Spilla n.12, 2011 – 2013 Argento ossidato, ritratto smaltato su rame, vetro, porcellana, quarzo di luna, oro Fotografia di ...

Barbara Paganin – Spilla n. 12, 2011-12, Argento ossidato, ritratto smaltato su rame, vetro, porcellana, quarzo di luna, oro ph. A. Pavesi Fiori

Barbara Paganin Spilla n.9, 2011 – 2013 Argento ossidato, fotografie, opali gialli, oro Fotografia di Alice Pavesi Fiori

Barbara Paganin – Spilla n.9, 2011-2013, oxidate silver, pictures, yellow opals, goldenph A.Pavesi Fiori

Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.5, 2011-2013. - oxidate silver, pictures, porcelain, glass, zephyr, golden.- Picture: Alice Pavesi FioriBarbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.5, 2011-2013.- oxidate silver, pictures, porcelain, glass, zephyr, golden.- Picture: Alice Pavesi Fiori
Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.11, 2011-2013 - oxidate silver, miniature on ivory, glass, tourmaline, cabochon, golden-Picture: Alice Pavesi Fiori Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.11, 2011-2013 – oxidate silver, miniature on ivory, glass, tourmaline, cabochon, golden -Picture: Alice Pavesi Fiori
Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.19Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.19
Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.7Barbara Paganin, Memoria Aperta n.7
Barbara Paganin – Memoria Aperta n.3 Foto Alice Pavesi FioriBarbara Paganin – Memoria Aperta n.3 Foto Alice Pavesi Fiori
Barbara Paganin – memoria Aperta n. 8 Foto Alice Pavesi FioriBarbara Paganin – memoria Aperta n. 8 Foto Alice Pavesi Fiori

 

Palazzo Fortuny
San Marco 3958,
30124 Venezia
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Email fortuny@fmcvenezia.it

28/06/2013

EXPO ‘The New Italian Design’ – Academy of Art University, The Cannery, San Francisco (USA) – 22 Juin-11 Aout 2013

« The New Italian Design«   -  Academy of Art University – The Cannery  (San Francisco, CA, United States)  22-Jun-2013 – 11-Aug-2013

Triennale Design Museum presents an upgraded and updated 2013 edition of The New Italian Design exhibition at the Cannery Galleries of Academy of Art University, San Francisco, from 22 June until 11 August 2013: an overview on contemporary Italian design that explains and describes the transition of the movement and its links with economic, political, and technology changes that occurred over the past Century.

Triennale Design Museum, the first museum of Italian design, is directed by Silvana Annicchiarico, and has organized this exhibition to analyze, value and promote the new Italian creativity. As a travelling exhibition, The New Italian Design was presented in Madrid (2007), Istanbul (2010) Beijing and Nantou (2012), Bilbao (2013).

"The New Italian Design"  -  Academy of Art University - The Cannery  (San Francisco, CA, United States)  22-Jun-2013 - 11-Aug-2013    website: www.triennale.org

The New Italian Design in San Francisco is a part of the project Making in Italy – Making in USA: “Artisanship, Technology and Design. Innovating with Beauty,” which will be held from June 11 to June 24 in San Francisco in the framework of “2013 – Year of Italian Culture in the United States.” The initiative was conceived and curated by the Giannino Bassetti Foundation. This project is the result of a collaboration between the Giannino Bassetti Foundation, the Consulate General of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco: get-togethers, events, and debates between Italian and American craftsmen, makers and intellectuals, cultivators of beauty and experts in the new technologies, joined together to define and create the economy of beauty.
The exhibition presents works from 132 designers with 288 projects. It includes 189 designers for product design, 28 for graphics, 28 for objects linked to the body like jewelry, handbags and accessories, 7 for research, 32 for food design, 4 for interior design.
The scene that emerges is rich and multifaceted; it starts from furniture design and touches upon new forms of communication, from food to web design, from fashion to textile design, from jewel design to graphic and multimedia all the way to interior design and object design.
The exhibited works range from self produced prototypes to large-series products, from works of art to merely industrial artefacts. Many of the involved designers are already well established at an international level and are employed by important companies in the industry. Presented for the first time in 2007, at Triennale di Milano, The New Italian Design is the result of a survey on a national scale focused on the passage from the XX to the XXI century and the substantial change in the role of the profession.
Silvana Annicchiarico says: “Contemporary design is to be found in a decidedly different model from the one that dominated in the age of the ‘Masters’. In those days, design culture aimed to create finished, functional products, whereas today – in what has in a certain sense become a ‘mass profession’ – design generates processes more than products, and appears primarily as a form of self-representation of the designer’s ability to imagine, create and innovate. Today’s new designers are neither the heirs nor the pupils of the various Munaris, Magistrettis and Castiglionis. They are something else. Insisting on thinking of them as ‘little’ masters means to continue forcing them parasitically into twentieth-century paradigms that no longer hold true. It means doing an injustice to them and to their diversity and originality, as well as to the design system as a whole. Finding one’s way around the new, ever-changing world of Italian design, which is made of team effort and horizontal movements more than individual, vertical actions, requires no nostalgia for a golden age that has had its time. What is needed is a new ability to explore and take risks, and possibly even lose one’s way, only to find it again. The New Italian Design exhibition is an attempt to move in this direction”

With work by: 4P1B Design Studio –  Massimiliano Adami –  Massimiliano Alajmo –  Arabeschi di latte –  Antonio Aricò –  Dodo Arslan –  Stefano Asili –  Enrico Azzimonti –  Alessandra Baldereschi –  Gabriele Basei –  BenedettiEdizioni –  Thomas Berloffa –  Alessandro Biamonti –  Giorgio Biscaro –  Giorgio Bonaguro –  Denise Bonapace –  Massimo Bottura –  Alessandro Busana –  Pier Bussetti –  Elio Caccavale –  Fabio Cammarata –  Moreno Cedroni –  Cristina Celestino –  Cristina Chiappini –  Mariavera Chiari –  Matteo Cibic –  Ciboh –  Alessandro Ciffo –  CLS Architetti –  Silvia Cogo –  Carlo Contin –  Luisa Lorenza Corna –  Antonio Cos –  Simona Costanzo –  Carlo Cracco –  CTRLZAK –  Manuel Dall’Olio –  Lorenzo Damiani –  Deepdesign –  Carmine Deganello –  Andrea Deppieri –  Designtrip –  Leonardo Di Renzo –  Sandra Dipinto –  David Dolcini –  dotdotdot –  Esterni –  Francesco Faccin –  Sandra Faggiano –  Odoardo Fioravanti –  Formafantasma –  Manuela Gandini –  Gionata Gatto –  Ilaria Gibertini –  Roberto Giolito –  Giopato&Coombes –  Alessandro Gnocchi –  Monica Graffeo –  Diego Grandi –  Gumdesign –  HABITSmln –  Giulio Iacchetti –  Ildoppiosegno –  jekyll & hyde –  JoeVelluto –  Lagranja –  Marco Lambri –  Francesca Lanzavecchia –  Leftloft –  Emilio S. Leo –  LLdesign –  Concetta Lorenzo –  LS Graphic Design –  Stefania Lucchetta –  Emanuele Magini –  Elia Mangia –  Stefano Marchetti –  Ilaria Marelli –  Miriam Mirri –  Bruno Morello –  Chiara Moreschi –  N!03 Studio ennezerotre –  Luca Nichetto –  Davide Oldani –  Barbara Paganin –  Lorenzo Palmeri –  Daniele Papuli –  Donata Paruccini –  Edoardo Perri –  Gabriele Pezzini –  Piano Design –  Sylvia Pichler –  Angela Ponzini –  Aldo Presta –  Matteo Ragni –  Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba –  Riccardofabio –  Ivana Riggi –  rnd_lab –  Andrea Ruschetti –  Elena Salmistrano –  Fabrizio Schiavi –  Luca Schieppati –  Gianmaria Sforza –  Brian Sironi –  Stefano Soave –  Valerio Sommella –  Sonnoli Leonardo –  Studio FM Milano –  Studio Ghigos –  Studio Natural –  Paolo Bazzani –  Studio Pepe –  Studio Pierandrei Associati –  Studio Temp –  Studiocharlie –  Studioxdesigngroup –  Tankboys –  Stefano Tonti –  Marco Tortoioli Ricci –  Total Tool –  Barbara Uderzo –  Paolo Ulian –  Francesco Valtolina –  Vittorio Venezia –  Davide Vercelli –  Marco Zavagno –  Zetalab –  Marco Zito –  Matteo Zorzenoni –  ZPZ Partners –  ZUP Associati.

Barbara Uderzo  Necklace: Glucogioiello – Candy chain  MarshmallowsBarbara Uderzo  Necklace: Glucogioiello – Candy chain  Marshmallows

Stefania Lucchetta  Ring: Digital 10 WD 2012  Titanium  Photo: Stefania Lucchetta Stefania Lucchetta  Ring: Digital 10 WD 2012  Titanium  Photo: Stefania Lucchetta

daniele papuliDaniele Papuli

 

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