EXPO ‘A Lifetime » project, 2014’ – PIN sstudio, Kaohsiung City (Taiwan) – 28 Nov.2015 – 5 Mars 2016
« Hit Home » at Ubi Gallery, Beijing (Pékin)
Mariko SUMIOKA (Japan) — Alice Bo-Wen CHANG (Taiwan) — XiaoMu Zhao (China) — Hyeju Nam (Korea) – Jie Sun (China) — Carissa HSU (Taiwan)
Temporarily located in Yangmeizhu Xiejie, Ubi Gallery is one of the first places in China to showcase high-end, contemporary jewelry design. Founded by Machtelt Schelling, a Dutch designer and art lover based in Beijing, Ubi aims to be a platform showcasing top Asian and European talent, and all pieces are carefully selected from high-quality studios and independent designers from China, Taiwan and Korea, as well as Germany and the Netherlands.
Jie Sun brooch
Yangmeizhu Street 39, Dashilar
Xicheng District, 100051
1×1 collection is back in Florence for the month of December in time for Christmas.
After last years great success, this year 1×1 collective decided to extend the temporary shop for the whole month of December. From the 7th until the 31st at ENTR’ARTe & N.B. STUDIO space, via de’ Serragli 79r (Santo Spirito), you’ll be able to discover original jewellery pieces made by 12 international jewellery artists.
As for every 1×1 event, the selection of pieces is absolutely new and exclusive. Only unique, hand made pieces for someone who seeks something special and non commercial. We will introduce new artists and showcase both traditional and experimental techniques and materials.
Hosted by the space ENTR’ARTe & N.B. SPACE, we will remain open daily, including weekends till 9pm. We want to share with you not only contemporary jewellery but also the thought process and story behind each original piece.
1×1 collection torna a Firenze per tutto il periodo natalizio.
Dato il grande successo della precedente edizione, quest’anno il collettivo 1×1 ha deciso di prolungare l’apertura del temporary shop per tutto il mese di dicembre. Dal 7 al 31 dicembre presso lo spazio ENTR’ARTe & N.B. STUDIO, in via de‘ Serragli 79/r , potrete scoprire gli originali gioielli di 12 artiste orafe provenienti da tutto il mondo.
Come per ogni evento 1×1, la selezione dei pezzi è assolutamente nuova e inedita, solo pezzi unici, fatti a mano, per chi cerca qualcosa di personale. Presenteremo nuovi artisti, tecniche e materiali sia tradizionali che sperimentali, gioielli non convenzionali, capaci di portare un messaggio e di esaltare il carattere della persona che l’indossa.
Ospitati da ENTR’ARTe & N.B.STUDIO, rimarremo aperti al pubblico tutti i giorni, nei fine settimana fino a sera, per presentarvi e raccontarvi con semplicità la nostra ricerca e il nostro modo di lavorare.
1×1 Collective is an open and ever-changing jewelry makers collective. A group born to promote and diffuse contemporary research jewelry through events, fair, exhibitions and projects.
Corea con Eunjae Baek — Germania con Marlene Beyer e Isabel Dammerman – Spagna con Andrea Coderch — Italia con Margherita de Martino Norante, Eugenia Ingegno e Gabi Veit — Belgio con Elinor de Spoelberch — Taiwan con Wen-Hsien Carissa Hsu — Giappone con Sayaka Ito — Canada con Geraldine (Geri) Nishi — Brasile con Anna Helena Van De Pol de Deus.
Margherita de Martino Norante
Eunjae Baek - brooch
ENTR’ARTe & N.B. STUDIO
via de‘ Serragli 79/r (Santo Spirito)
From the 7th until the 31st december
CLOSED on Dec. 25
Alchimia Gallery has no specific address, and no fixed base, to promote contemporary jewellery projects in different and sometimes unconventional spaces by producing, organizing and supporting cultural events, exhibitions and fairs. This use of transient locations reflects the spirit of adventure, mobility, innovation and energy, inherent in the philosophy of Alchimia Jewellery School.
The gallery’s activity is directed mainly to the motivation and support of artists, part of the Alchimia “family” with the aim to provide opportunities for visibility and growth through the creation of a valuable international network.
At JOYA 2011 the gallery is presenting a selection of work from teachers as well as students graduated in 2011: Lucia Massei (Italy), Doris Maninger (Italy-Austria), Marzia Rossi (Italy), Daniela Boieri (Italy), Yoko Shimizu (Japan), Aline Battegay (Switzerland), Anja Eichler (Germany), Wen-Hsien Carissa Hsu (Taiwan), Gabi Veit (Italy), Lea-Maria Becker (Denmark), Jade Drakes (Trinidad), Nadege Roscoe-Rumjahn (Canada) and Satita Rajpojjanarat (Thailand)
Daniela Boieri necklace ‘Revival’ 2008 silver
Daniela Boieri brooch ‘Lore’ 2008 – silver oxided, australian raw opal
(THANKS to Alchimia blog for pictures !)
Alla Malova Guy - necklace Post Fossil 2011, ceramics, metal chain, flocking, epoxy resin, iron, magnet – Switzerland, Geneva, HEAD
Antje Stolz – necklace Steinlos I (Stoneless) 2010, stone veneer, enamel lacquer, oxidised silver, lead, coral cement – Germany, Idar-Oberstein, Fachhochschule Trier
Agata Bartos – necklace Storytellers – Precious Buttons 2011, porcelain, epoxy resin – Netherlands, Arnhem, ArtEZ
Bell Zhou – necklace Protect 2011, glass, silver, gems, paint, seed, copper, yellow plastic thread, steel – Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
Andrêa Martins - brooch Shadow of Truth 2011, silver, cord, fishing line – Portugal, Senhora da Hora, ESAD
Marine Stampfli - bracelet Paradoxes 2011, silver, cotton, resin – Switzerland, Geneva, HEAD
Satita Rojpojjanarat – brooch 2011, silk, nylon, magnet – Italy, Florence, Alchimia, Scuola di Gioielleria
Hanna Liljenberg (MA) – brooch 2011, black paper, shellac, silver – Sweden, Gothenburg, HDK
Alice Bo-Wen Chang (MFA) – necklace Bodyspace/bodyscape series 2011, silver, gold plated copper, copper – UK, Edinburgh College of Art
Mariko Sumioka (BA) – necklace Bamboo Necklace 2011, oxidised copper, enamel on copper, kimono, gold-plated steel cable – UK, Edinburgh College of Art
David Choi (MA) – brooch 2011, steel, oxidised silver – USA, New Palz, State University of New York (SUNY)
Younghee Hong – brooch Drawn to Nature #2 2011, polymer filament, plastic price tags, silver – USA, Bloomfield Hills, Cranbrook Academy of Art
Anne Achenbach - necklace Kuh (Cow) 2011, zinc coated steel – Germany, Dusseldorf, Fachhochschule
Sachiyo Higaki – necklace 2010, wood, thread – Germany, Idar-Oberstein, Fachhochschule Trier
Marcos Guzman (BA), Catherine Da Costa (BA), Inari Kiuru (BA), Bin Dixon-Ward (BA), from Australia, Melbourne, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) – Marleen Henot, Sofie De Bakker, Hannes Groffy, from Belgium, Hasselt, Provinciale Hogeschool Limburg — Ren Kai, Liu Xiao, from China, Beijing, Central Academy of Arts — Alena Hesounová, Karla Olsáková, from Czech Republic, Prague, AAAD Academy of Art, Architecture and Design — Kadi Kübarsepp, Liina Lõõbas, Katrin Kosenkranius, Kadi Kübarsepp, from Estonia, Tallinn, Eesti Kunstakadeemia — Krista Ruohonen, from Finland, Lappeenranta, South Carelia Polytechnic — Marie Masson, from France, Limoges-Aubusson, l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Art (ENSA) — Julie Connellan (MA), from Ireland, Dublin, The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) — Laura Alvarado, Ricarda Tesch, from Germany, Dusseldorf, Fachhochschule — Sabine Conrad, from Germany, Idar-Oberstein, Fachhochschule Trier – Hyoun Jung Sung, from Germany, Halle, Burg Giebichenstein, Hochschule für Kunst und Design – Stefan Heuser, from Germany, Munich, Akademie der Bildenden Künste — Laura Rittlinger (BA), Michaela Prange (BA), Yasutaka Okamura (BA), from Germany, Pforzheim, Fachhochschule — Yael Nissan, Rotem Fishler, from Israel, Ramat-Gan, Shenkar College of Engeneering and Design — Keren Grinfeld, Shir Pins, from Israel, Jerusalem, Bezalel — Carissa Hsu, from Italy, Florence, Alchimia, Scuola di Gioielleria — Makoto Tachihara, Koji Toyama, Haruka Masuda, from Japan, Tokyo, Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry — Morgane de Klerk, Atsuno Takase, Benedikt Fischer, Marina Elenskaya, from Netherlands, Amsterdam, Rietveld Academie — Jie Sun, from Nederlands, Amsterdam, Sandberg Instituut — Iris Verstappen, from Netherlands, Maastricht, Academie Beeldende Kunsten — Jessica Winchcombe, Julia Middleton, from New Zealand, Porirua, Whitireia Polytechnic – Ilse-Marie Erl, from New Zealand, Auckland, Aotearoa, Unitec — Typhaine Le Monnier (MA), Maria Emília Martinho (BA), from Portugal, Lisbon, AR.CO — Ji-hye Lee, Jihyun Lee, Heon-Joo Ji, Heejoo Kim, from South Korea, Seoul, Kookmin University — María Saura Estruch, María Sol González Martínez, from Spain, Barcelona, Escola Massana — Barbora Hainzová, from Slovakia, Bratislava, Academy of Fine Arts and Design — Malin Peter (BA), Xiang Dai (MA), Charlotte Maslov (BA), Mikael Sellersjö (MA), from Sweden, Gothenburg, HDK — Katrin Spranger (MA), from Sweden, Stockholm, Konstfack — Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton, Xiaohan Ren, from UK, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design BIAD — Jenny Laidlaw (MA), Vershali Jain (MA), from UK, Edinburgh College of Art — Ruth Reifen, Mariah Tuttle, from USA, Providence, RISD — Allyson Bone (MA), Allison Ullmer (MA), from USA, New Palz, State University of New York (SUNY) –
many mant THANKS to Gallery Marzee for their pictures !!!
Phone +31 24 3229670
23.6 – 15.7.2011
(Anja Eichler brooch)
Now in its sixth year, the exhibition ArtOrnamento at Alternatives Gallery in Rome will present 8 ex-students from the contemporary jewellery School Alchimia in Florence, one of the leading Schools on an international level in the field. Alchimia is a starting point for innovation as well as a preserver of traditional goldsmithing techniques.
The 8 participants in this year’s exhibition studied under the most important contemporary jewellery artists on an international level. The jewellery in this exhibition aims to explore the relationship between the body and the finished piece, each artist interpreting a personal idea of what jewellery is today.
This exhibition aims to show the latest research carried out in the experimental jewellery field, pieces that will show an innovative and diverse approach to the more traditional concept of what jewellery is or may be considered.
This year, one of the pieces shown in the exhibition will be purchased by the gallery and will go to form part of the ArtOrnamento Collection.
Represented artists :
Satita Rojpojjanarat – Nadege Roscoe – Lea Marie Becker — Jade Drakes — Gabi Veit — Carissa Hsu — Anja Eichler — Aline Battegay
Wen-Hsien Carissa Hsu – ‘Lust and Frost’, brooch, textile, silver
Gabi Veit – « ricomincerò », neckpiece, aluminium cast, thread
Nadege Roscoe-Rumjahn – brooch, textile, gold
Lea Maria Becker - brooch, wood, paint
Satita Rojpojjanarat, brooch, textile, magnet- « Thai clouds »
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