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21/03/2014

EXPO ‘Regard sur la Scandinavie’ – Espace Solidor, Cagnes-sur-mer (FR) – 5 Avril- 1er Juin 2014

Bijou contemporain – Regard sur la Scandinavie
Commissaire de l’exposition : Olga Zobel Biro

L’Espace Solidor accueille, du 5 avril au 1er juin 2014, douze artistes scandinaves :
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L’espace Solidor accueille, du 5 avril au 1er juin 2014, douze artistes scandinaves :
Yasar Aydin (SE) – Kim Buck (DK) - Hanna Hedman (SE) – Sarah Hurtigkarl(DK)- Karin Johansson (SE) – Hildur Yr Jonsdottir (IS) – Agnes Larsson (SE) – Sari Liimatta (FI) – Märta Mattsson (SE) – Camilla Prasch (DK) – Tarja Tuupanen (FI) – Runa Vethal Stolen (NO).
Leurs travaux se distinguent par les positions artistiques les plus diverses, un grand savoir-faire artisanal, une maîtrise souveraine d’un large choix de matériaux, mais aussi par la liberté artistique.
Photo de Yasar Aydin.
Yasar Aydin - «Layers of pink» Collier- 2011 poudre de fer , argent, cuir 52cm  x 20cmYasar Aydin – «Layers of pink» Collier- 2011 poudre de fer , argent, cuir 52cm  x 20cm
Hanna Hedman - black bile 2013 serieHANNA HEDMAN« BLACK BILE » 2013
THE BLACK of NIGHT Sarah Vedel HurtigkarlSarah Vedel Hurtigkarl - « metamorphosis » necklace – 2012 – plumes, argent oxydé
Karin Johansson - White Corner (necklace, 2013, "New Places - Abstractions of a City" collection)Karin Johansson – White Corner (necklace, 2013, « New Places – Abstractions of a City » collection)
Hildur Ýr Jónsdóttir (I), necklace Knots, 2010, Herend porcelain, rusted iron chain, 310 x 210 x 40 mm -  http://cargocollective.com/hilduryr -  SPLENDID jewels !!Hildur Ýr Jónsdóttir (I), necklace Knots, 2010, Herend porcelain, rusted iron chain, 310 x 210 x 40 mm

Agnes Larsson - carbo series braceletAgnes Larsson - carbo series – bracelet

Sari Liimatta ~"Sick Sea II" necklace. 2010. | SariLiimatta.netSari Liimatta ~ »Sick Sea II » necklace. 2010.  perles de verre, perles d’eau douce, épingles, argent, jouet en plastique
Marta Mattsson -  new series 'Palindromes'.  "Wing" brooch 2013Marta Mattsson – new series ‘Palindromes’. 2013 – « Wing » brooch – résine, ailes de cigales (cicada wings) argent
Tarja Tuupanen
Tarja Tuupanen - Necklace 2014. Ready-made marble tableware, velour sticker, steelwire. Stonepart 11 x 6,5 x 6,5-3,5 cm, length of the necklace 55 cm.
Camilla Prasch, Ring, 2009Camilla Prasch, stamp Rings, 2009
- Runa Vethal Stolen   "Fractus" - Goldplated steelwire

Runa Vethal Stolen – « Fractus » – Goldplated steelwire

 
 
Espace Solidor 
place du Château
Tél : 04 93 73 14 42
espace.solidor@orange.fr

11/01/2014

Ne pas jeter le GANT …..

« Jeter le gant » : Par allusion à la coutume des anciens chevaliers qui jetaient leur gant ou gantelet, par manière de défi, à ceux contre qui ils voulaient combattre – Défier quelqu’un au combat.  [throw down the gauntlet] (wiktionary)

 

Xiaorui Zhang- Dyed rubber gloves, 14ct plated gold. (showed by flexible wearability)Xiaorui Zhang- Dyed rubber gloves, 14ct plated gold.  collection « rubber chains » 2010
« I have chosen rubber gloves as my material, aiming to transform a mundane everyday item into beautiful and original objects. I have explored unique dyeing techniques on my material to bring a special colour result« 
Xiaorui Zhang - rubber gloves jewelryXiaorui Zhang – rubber gloves jewelry
Xiaorui Zhang necklaces
Xiaorui Zhang necklaces
Xiaorui Zhang necklaces - made with rubber glovesXiaorui Zhang necklaces – made with dyed rubber gloves
Xiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves  necklaces yellow 1Xiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves  necklaces yellow – collection « rubber chains »
Xiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves - 2010 - green necklaceXiaorui Zhang -  rubber gloves – 2010 – green necklace
Xiaorui Zhang - red necklace - made with rubber glovesXiaorui Zhang – red necklace – made with rubber gloves
Camilla Prasch, - Handschuhkette Gummi neckpiece, rubber glovesCamilla Prasch – Handschuhkette Gummi neckpiece, rubber gloves
Camilla Prasch (DK) Rubber Glove NecklaceCamilla Prasch (DK) Rubber Glove Necklace
Lucilla Giovanninetti Necklace: Clasp!, 1996 Cotton 106 x 10 x 3 cmLucilla Giovanninetti Necklace: Clasp!, 1996 Cotton 106 x 10 x 3 cm
Niki Stylianou  necklace 2013  - made with rubber glovesNiki Stylianou  necklace 2013  – made with rubber gloves
Niki Stylianou black necklace - detail  - made with rubber glovesNiki Stylianou black necklace (presented at JOYA 2013) – back detail  – made with rubber gloves
Niki Stylianou brooch  - made with rubber gloves
Niki Stylianou brooch 2013 – made with rubber gloves
Min-ji cho - jewellery from rubber glovesMin-ji Cho – jewellery from rubber gloves
Bracciali di Min-Ji ChoMin-Ji Cho bracelet – rubber gloves a pearls – 2007
La collezione più bella rimane quella del 2007, quando Min-ji Cho si è fatta conoscere con gioielli realizzati con argento/perle e soprattutto guanti di gomma (quelli per pulire la cucina o il bagno), ritagliati in moda da creare degli originali pizzi. Difficile da credere vedendo il risultato, ma dal dettaglio si vede in modo chiaro. Recentemente ha presentato dei nuovi bracciali, ma non vedendone traccia non resta che parlare dei guanti…Min-Ji Cho earrings 2007
Min-Ji Cho brooch - 2007 - rubber gloves & pearlsMin-Ji Cho brooch – 2007 – The Gloves’ Dream – Rubber gloves, sterling silver, freshwater pearls, 18ct gold
crazily creative - min-ji cho's jewellery made from rubber glovesMin-Ji Cho bracelet
Min-Ji Cho Rubber Gloves BroochMin-Ji Cho Rubber Gloves Brooch
in BOOK 'Showcase 500 necklaces' (juill 2013) - Elida Kemelma 'hands' 2012 leather gloves Elida Kemelman ‘hands’ 2012 leather gloves (in BOOKShowcase 500 necklaces‘ (juill 2013))
gabrielle desmarais -    Les mains de Madeleine  Collier/Necklace  Rubber gloves,thread  (crédit photo: Joannie Lafrenière)Gabrielle Desmarais –  » Les mains de Madeleine »  Collier/Necklace  Rubber gloves, thread  (crédit photo: Joannie Lafrenière)
Margherita Marchioni necklace made from household cleaning (rubber) gloves.Margherita Marchioni necklace made from household cleaning (rubber) gloves.

06/06/2012

EXPO ‘UNEXPECTED PLEASURES’ – NGV International, Melbourne (AU) – 20 Avril-26 Aout 2012

UNEXPECTED PLEASURES

The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery

A Design Museum, London touring exhibition
at NGV (National Gallery of Victoria)

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Unexpected Pleasures looks at what we mean by jewellery from a number of different perspectives.  Taking as its starting point the radical experiments of the Contemporary Jewellery Movement that challenged a conventional understanding of the language of personal adornment, and looking instead at the essential meanings of jewellery, the exhibition brings together important work from around the world, and looks at it from the point of view of the wearer as well as the maker. Contemporary  Jewellery in this sense is at the intersection of art and design.

Curated by Dr. Susan Cohn for the Design Museum, London with exhibition design by Ab Rogers Design and graphics by Barnbrook.

« UNEXPECTED Pleasures, an exhibition of the world’s ugliest, loveliest, most intriguing contemporary jewellery, opened at the National Gallery of Victoria International yesterday.
 »Everything here is designed to be worn, » said guest curator and jewellery designer Susan Cohn.
Visitors took that as a challenge, moving through 180 dimly lit curiosities by the world’s most radical designers, trying to imagine what it would be like to wear a necklace of glass and ceramic dildos. Or a tubular  »veil » collar like a pearly plastic version of Ned Kelly’s helmet. Or a cluster of rusted bolts and nails on a silver  »Screw Ring ».
 »After procreation and survival, our next instinct as humans is adornment, » Cohn said when asked,  »Why? »
 »Adornment is about attracting a mate, which in turn, is about procreation and survival. »
Some humans, however, obviously require more complex, intellectual adornments than others.  »Yes, some wearers will want something that speaks that way for them, » Cohn said. Among the exhibits was a vast choice of such expression, from the minimalist exquisitry of a grey sunray-pleated yoke, to a clump of small pale  »tumours », photographed bursting through a model’s frock. The latter was in a category of radical ideas.
NGV director Gerard Vaughan said the exhibition offered  »a fresh view of the many meanings associated with jewellery ».
The visiting director of London’s Design Museum, Deyan Sudjic, said it was the result of a  »long, drawn-out, cerebral process », and that is precisely how it felt.
Unexpected Pleasures: The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery, is a Design Museum, London, exhibition funded by the Joan and Peter Clemenger Trust.
It is free and runs until August 26, when it will travel to London. (Daily Life.com.au)

Art and design come together through its exploration of the radical experiments of contemporary jewelers who have pushed the boundaries. Navigate your way through the labyrinth of themes; Worn Out (celebrating the experience of wearing jewellery), Linking Links (looks at the way in which narratives are expressed through sub-themes and creative systems) and A Fine Line (offers insight into the origins of contemporary jewellery today) in an exhibition that is not to be missed.

MEGA,  2009
Camilla Prasch – MEGA 2009 – red dyed snap fasteners, nylon thread, silicone discs – Photo: Dorte Krogh

EXPO 'UNEXPECTED PLEASURES' - NGV International, Melbourne (AU) - 20 Avril-26 Aout 2012 dans Australie (AU) EXHI016680Sally Marsland (AU) – Flat colour, brooches (2002) – epoxy resin mixed with powdered pigment - Photo: Jeremy Dillon

Doug Bucci, USA, Trans-Hematopoietic neckpiece (2010).Doug Bucci, USA, Trans-Hematopoietic neckpiece (2010).

Susie Ganch, USA, Yellow dust, brooch (2010).Susie Ganch, USA, Yellow dust, brooch (2010)

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.David Bielander, Scampi, armband/bracelet, 2007

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.Karl Fritsch Screw ring 2010 silver, nails, screws

 

Karl Fritsch, New Zealand, Steinhaufen, ring 2004.Karl Fritsch, New Zealand, Steinhaufen, ring 2004

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.Hyewon Kim -  Torn 1 (2011) – resin, twigs Photo: Myoungwook Huh

Unexpected Pleasures exhibition
Tiffany Parbs – Extension (2008) – hand woven hair, digital print – photo Terence Bogue
Caroline Broadhead, England, Veil, necklace (1983).
Caroline Broadhead, England, Veil, necklace (1983).
Susanne Klemm, « Frozen » necklace, plastic

Blanche Tilden  Speed, neckpiece  2000  borosilicate glass, titanium, anodised aluminium  1.2 x 24.0 cm  Collection of the artistBlanche TILDEN – Speed, neckpiece  2000  borosilicate glass, titanium, anodised aluminium

Paul Derrez  Pleated Collar  1982  Plastic, steel  Collection of Paul DerrezPaul Derrez  Pleated Collar  1982  Plastic, steel 

Felieke van der Leest - necklace Felieke van der Leest – necklace

Rose by Gijs Bakker: Colour photograph in laminated plastic (1983)    http://egetal.com.au/static/files/assets/7ab4f2ba/Image_1_news.jpgRose necklace by Gijs Bakker: Colour photograph in laminated plastic (1983) 

Dorothea Prühl - Habicht (Hawk), 2006 necklace, elm wood - H 40 cm Dorothea Prühl Habicht (Hawk), 2006 necklace, elm wood – H 40 cm

Noon Passama, Brooch, 2010Noon Passama, Brooch, 2010

 

First on show at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 20 April – 26 August 2012, this exhibition will also tour to the Design Museum in London, 5 Dec 2012 – 3 Mar 2013. Melbourne based designer and maker Dr. Susan Cohn (interview with The Age) has curated this exhibition for the Design Museum and is also co-author of the substantial catalogue documenting this event as well contributing to the discussion about contemporary design and making.

 

 

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22/04/2010

COUP de COEUR ! Camilla Prasch – jewelry with movement

Classé dans : Camilla PRASCH (DK),COUP DE COEUR,Danemark (DK),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:03

Camilla Prasch challenges the perception and experience of jewelry. Using lightweight commonplace materials, she creates “space consuming” jewelry with movement that becomes as much of the experience as the form.

Camilla Prasch, Bracelet, 2002

Camilla Prasch - bracelet ‘Registriert – Möbel’ – Paper pricetags, text, nylon string 2002

« I create Readymades and conceptual objects for the body out of recognizable everyday objects.
My work consists of making visible the invisible (spatial installations) as well as the forgotten and overlooked through my choice of material in my conceptual objects for the body. Space invading jewellery that takes shape and comes to life when worn on the mobile, living body.
My “craft” also exists in my head, in the conceptual materialisation of the immaterial with no predetermined bindings of material.
I register, measure and describe. In this way I decode and comprehend the world.
 »

Camilla Prasch, Ring, 2009Camilla Prasch, Bracelet, 2004
Camilla Prasch - ring: Mega 1/7 2009 Red died snap fasteners, nylon thread, silicone discs – 31 X 11 cm Limited edition, 7 numbered pieces
Bracelet ‘Verlängert Fünf’ 2004 – Snap fasteners, nylon thread, silicone discs – From the solo exhibition « Time out Objects » which was rewarded by The Danish State Art Foundation

COUP de COEUR ! Camilla Prasch - jewelry with movement dans Camilla PRASCH (DK) 01PraschCamilla Prasch, Neckpiece, 2004
glovechain skin necklace, 2004; calfskin, thread; sewn. This piece is part of Prasch’s Angezogen (dressed) series of accessories that are between jewelry and clothing
Neckpiece ‘Handschuhkette Gummi’ 2004 – Rubber gloves, cotton thread

 dans COUP DE COEUR
Armbånd ‘ Fangarm-rør’ - 2003 – Røde nylontryklåse, silikoneskiver (nylon rouge, plaquettes de silicium (?))
Camilla Prasch, Bracelet, 2004Camilla Prasch, Neckpiece, 2004
Bracelet ‘Kragenstück’ – Snap fasteners, nylon thread  2004
Neckpiece ‘Kragenstück’  2004 – Snap fasteners, nylon thread

Camilla Prasch, Necklace, 2009Camilla Prasch, Neckpiece, 2010
Necklace ‘Ineinander’ Paper pricetags, cotton strings 2009
Neckpiece ‘Nichts in Rot’ 2010 Polyester thread

 

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