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11/09/2014

EXPO ‘Matadero’ – Gallery Hnoss/Konstepidemin, Göteborg (SE) – 19-21 Sept. 2014

Matadero

http://hnossinitiative.se/Matadero/WALKA-STUDIO Walka Studio: Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar, Chile

Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar run WALKA STUDIO, a creative space for creation of and education about contemporary jewellery in Santiago de Chile. They state that “we are a territory of experimentation at the crossroads of Art, Design and Craft. The language of this territory is jewelry-making” and that their mission is to expand the possible borders of the jewellery discipline in Chile and Latin America. Their work has over the past years been exhibited in Latin America, the USA, Europe, China and Australia. Website: www.walka.cl

Matadero is a series of necklaces and pendants, jewel categories that step away from the often resorted to European brooch and allude to the prevailing ornament of the Pacific cultures. The series is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin until its evolution into contemporary jewellery; as well as the experimentation with new methods to work the cacho de buey or bull’s horn, a traditional material in Chilean craft that has been worked by Betancourt’s family for generations.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero uses both bull´s horns and hooves which had been part of a previous collection dedicated to the fashion industry, delicately tinted in a faint pink colour for that occasion. The fashionable neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt and rebuilt as entirely new pieces that fascinate and repulse. The newly transformed pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship that was common to many other Latin American countries and which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists from the continent.”   Valeria Vallarta Siemelink

Walka Studio -Matadero - fractura.Walka Studio -Matadero – fractura.Matadero - Walka -TranspacificoWalka Studio - Matadero – Transpacifico

 

Hnoss / Konstepidemin Gallery
Konstepidemins väg 6,
413 14 Göteborg,
Sweden
hnoss@hnossinitiative.se

14/10/2013

EXPO ‘WALKA STUDIO – MATADERO’ – El Bigote del Sr. Smith, Barcelona (ES) – 17-18-19 Oct. 2013

OFF JOYAWalka Studio – Matadero // 17,18 y 19 Octubre

walka_flyer - MATADERO

 

Matadero, the latest series of Walka Studio (Santiago de Chile), is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin, as well as the experimentation with new methods to work cacho de buey (horn), a traditional material in Chilean craft. The series is composed of neckpieces, a jewel category that steps away from the more habitual European brooch and alludes to the prevailing ornament used by Pacific cultures.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero, which translates to slaughterhouse, uses both horn and hooves, a development of a previous collection in which the material had been treated delicately and tinted a faint pink colour. On this occasion the neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt, abused and recomposed with a result that fascinates and repulses. The slaughtered pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists.
Chile ́s peculiar geographic situation is another important reference, a narrow strip, wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains. The pieces are woven together using the wool of Andean Alpacas in comforting supports and lace. The result is soft, light and smoothing; surprisingly easy and comfortable to wear, as soon as the repulsion produced by the idea of wearing burnt bones has waned. By being worn they complete their cycle.
Matadero becomes a synonym for duality: a conjunction of cultures, materials, processes, meanings and historical periods in an unusual but profoundly skilful way.
Walka Studio represents duality in all the sense of the word. Claudia Betancourt, intuitive, emotional and profoundly interested in local crafting traditions, she stems from a family of generations of cacho de buey or bull’s horn artisans. Nano Pulgar, shrewd, rational and highly experimental. They both stand at opposite ends of the spectrum of the creative process. Together they execute a fluid dance which teases the boundaries between art and design, maintaining a clear notion of the local and a wide, but critical, view of the foreign. And they often engage in clever actions to create a larger and more inclusive audience, intervening public realm and partnering with spaces not traditionally associated to the exhibition of artistic jewellery.

Walka Studio - El Matadero

 

El Bigote del Sr. Smith
Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 38
08001 Barcelona

Tlf: +34 93 412 09 50 
Horario: Martes a Sábado – 15:00 a 21:00

01/08/2013

EXPO ‘Delirio & Cordura’ – Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana, Santiago (Chile) – 8 Aout-13 Sept. 2013

Delirio & Cordura – 8-08/13-09 – Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana

Delirio & Cordura - 8-08/13-09
El Centro Cultural Scuola inaugurará el día jueves 8 de Agosto a las 19:30 horas la muestra de Joyería Contemporánea “Delirio y Cordura”. La exposición está conformada por las obras de 26 joyeros, 16 chilenos y 10 de diferentes nacionalidades quienes actualmente están estudiando en la prestigiosa escuela de joyería Alchimia en Florencia, Italia.
Para la muestra, cada orfebre se inspiró en la temática sobre el delirio y la cordura, escogiendo uno o ambos conceptos, por tanto la armonía y equilibrio versus la locura e irracionalidad de las formas, colores, materiales, fueron el motor creativo de cada joya. « Nos gusta mantener delirio y cordura separados mutuamente. Hay espacios para el orden, como las universidades, y también hay momentos para la locura, como el carnaval. Pero ¿Qué pasaría si estuvieran juntos? », es la reflexión que plantearon este grupo de orfebres y que se ve reflejada en este montaje. Cabe recalcar que en esta muestra el trabajo de los diferentes materiales utilizados (plata, oro, cobre, piedras, acrílicos, ceras, cerámicas, entre otros) y técnicas con que se realizó cada joya, dan forma a diversas piezas que destacan por su creatividad, complejidad, manufactura y destreza que trascienden lo meramente ornamental, convirtiéndose en objetos exclusivos y únicos que dan cuenta del estado de la joyería contemporánea.
La exposición estará disponible en la Sala Terracota del Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana del 8 de Agosto hasta el 13 de Septiembre. .
Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana
 
exponen : Carolina GimenoCarolina Hornauer — Claudia Correa — Claudio Pino — Francisco Ceppi — Gabriela Fissore — Maria Eugenia Muñoz — Nicolas Hernandez — Paola Raggo — Paulina Jaschan — Pia Walker — Rafaella Pruzzo — Rocco Napoli — Veronica Perez Artigas — Valentina RosenthalWalka Studio — Yessica Bordon
Carolina Hornaüer -  …”Todos saben bien, seguro, un importante secreto, excepto individuos de un estilo como yo. Nos mecemos en la ilusión de que afuera hay un espacio libre para los fuera de lo común. Es claro el impulso interior y el anhelo de vivir igual que todos. Tu ves que por ejemplo todos los autistas estamos de acuerdo en saber que rodeados de gente estamos solos como nadie en el mundo”…
Carolina Hornaüer -  …”Todos saben bien, seguro, un importante secreto, excepto individuos de un estilo como yo. Nos mecemos en la ilusión de que afuera hay un espacio libre para los fuera de lo común. Es claro el impulso interior y el anhelo de vivir igual que todos. Tu ves que por ejemplo todos los autistas estamos de acuerdo en saber que rodeados de gente estamos solos como nadie en el mundo”…

expo DELIRIO y CORDURA - brooch by ... ?WALKA STUDIOHorn, goldplated brooch

Pia Walker Foto: Karen Clunes
Pia Walker - Foto: Karen Clunes
Paola Raggo y sus "Delirios nocturnos", estarán presentes en la muestra "Delirio y Cordura" Fotografía: Karen Clunes

Paola Raggo y sus « Delirios nocturnos »- Fotografía: Karen Clunes

Carolina Gimeno - muestra "Delirio y Cordura"
Carolina Gimeno
Gabriela Fissore  "De la cordura me quedo con el COR (del latín corazón) Antiguamente se pensaba que en el corazón yacían las facultades de la memoria, era el centro de la vida interior, en donde se ubicaban sentimientos, pensamiento, voluntad. Tres piezas que muestran parte de este corazón. Abstracción de arterias coronarias."
Gabriela Fissore  uno de los colgantes que presento en la expo « delirio o cordura »-  plata, cobre, laca japonesa - « De la cordura me quedo con el COR (del latín corazón) Antiguamente se pensaba que en el corazón yacían las facultades de la memoria, era el centro de la vida interior, en donde se ubicaban sentimientos, pensamiento, voluntad. Tres piezas que muestran parte de este corazón. Abstracción de arterias coronarias. »
Claudio Pino - Interactive Mirror 14k Gold, 925 Silver, mirror, pearls, opals. 2012
Claudio Pino – Interactive Mirror 14k Gold, 925 Silver, mirror, pearls, opals. 2012

 

Sala Terracota del Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana
Avenida Las Flores 12707
San Carlos de Apoquindo
Las Condes – Chile
Mayor información contactar a Ma. Gabriela Castillo Coordinadora Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana cultura@scuola.cl 2 5927544
Lunes a Viernes de 8 a 17 hrs.
cultura@scuola.cl
tel Fono: (56) 02 5927544
www.scuola.cl

27/04/2013

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER – 30 Avril-30 June 2013

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER  -  May / June 2013  Venue: Gallery of Art in Legnica

This year in the Legnica International Jewellery Competition REVOLT participated 319 artists from 43 countries. They sended 625 pieces. International jury (Galit Gaon (IL), Jiro Kamata (JP/DE), Hans Stofer (CH/GB), Sławomir Fijałkowski and Aneta Lis-Marcinkiewicz (PL)), which sessed in the days 4-5 of April, qualified to the exhibition part of pieces and chosed laureates. Names of the winners we will know on the vernissage, 18th of May 2013  in the Gallery of Art in Legnica, Poland.

Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER - may-june 2013

IDEA:

It is better not to turn on the television today. We are being attacked by images of economic crises, stock market crashes, falling ratings, budget deficits, cost cutting programs and increasing unemployment from everywhere. As a reaction to the overwhelming impression of a lack of opportunities there are emerging movements such as « Occupy … », helplessly protesting against banksters, corporations and governments. Doesn’t speaking in such circumstances about jewellery – the subject invariably associated with the demonstration of wealth and selfish hedonism – seem socially unacceptable and even ethically suspect? After all, the burning  of ATMs and the broken glass of jeweller’s shops have become part of the frustration of all the Indignados.
But there is also another aspect of the design and use of jewellery – which – like no other product of the imagination – can be an effective message, manifesting the point of view of the user – a voice of protest, being anti-or pro-, attitudes of rebellion, rebellion and guerrilla warfare. Can a standard set of slogans written out on banners, T-shirts and slap tags be complemented with another more sophisticated message? Are jewellery designers able to demonstrate their own opinion and join the discussion concerning non-aesthetic issues? Is the tradition of exclusive gold jewellery going to be our irreversible remorse? And will the chorus « Diamonds are a girl’s best friend » always sound  as infantile as the recent testimony before the European Court of Justice in The Hague of the famous model Naomi Campbell, who at one time accepted an embarrassing gift from the dictator of Liberia, tried for war crimes, so evocatively reconstructed in the movie « Blood Diamond » with Leo DiCaprio as a ruthless mercenary?
EXPO - Revolt (competition) - Legnica SILVER festival 2013

 
List of artists qualified to the exhibition :
 Agata Bartos (PL) — Nicole Beck (DE) — Claudia Betancourt & Ricardo Pulgar (Chile) — Krzysztof Borkowski (PL) — Andrzej Boss (PL) — Vernon Bowden (NZ) — Laura Bradshaw-Heap (Irl) – Bartosz Chmielewski (PL) — Sungho Cho (S. KR) — Jeongsun Choi (S. KR) — Teresa Dantas (PT) — Katharina Dettar (DE/ES) — Sara Gackowska (PL) – Tamara Grüner (DE) — Mieczysław Gryza (PL) — Nils Hint (EE) — Susanne Holzinger (DE) — Maja Houtman (NL) — Marta Hryc (PL) — Joanna Hryniewicz (PL) — Dorry Hsu (Taiwan/CA) — Mari Ishikawa (JP) — Timothy Information Limited (GB) — Luijt Janjaap (NL) — Lee Jeong Hwa (S. KR) — Christina Karababa (GR) — Renata Korpas-Sutowicz (PL) — Dominik Kotwicki (PL) — Solveiga Krivičiene & Alfredas Krivičius (Lithuania) — Marzena Krupa (PL) — Claudia Küster (DE) — Lena Lindahl (SE) — Ria Lins (BE) — Susanne Matsché (AT) — Marek Mrowiński (PL) — Marek Nałęcz-Nieniewski (PL) — Michalina Owczarek (PL) — Andrzej Pacak (PL) — Fiona Parkinson (GB) — Krzysztof Piotrowski (PL) — Sari Räthel (DE) — Mandy Rasch (DE) — Berta Riera Ruiz (ES) — Isabell Schaupp (DE) — Kveto slava Flora Sekanova (Slovakia/ NZ — Katarína Siposová Węgry (HU) — Ludmila Šikolová (Czech Republic) — Grzegorz Radosław Ślączka (PL) — Terajima Takayoshi (JP) — Bartosz Ulatowski (PL)

 

 

About festival

For more than thirty years, the Gallery of Art in Legnica has specialised in promoting contemporary jewellery and artistic objects made mainly of silver. We have been organising individual and group exhibitions of Polish and international artists, publishing exhibition catalogues, organising conferences and symposia, as well as fashion and jewellery shows, competitions and fairs. The most important event we organize is Legnica Jewellery Festival SILVER. Every year we present individual and collective exhibitions as part of the festival, including:
LEGNICA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY COMPETITION The competition dates back to 1979 and every year it has a different topic. The competition is open and addressed to all artists, whose task is to present their work on a given topic – every year a different one – including an original artistic idea and representing a high level of artistry and technical skills. What is favoured is the concept, value and meaning of an artistic expression. Works entered for the competition are assessed by an international jury, on which over fifty outstanding goldsmithing artists and theoreticians have sat so far. What is characteristic of the competition is the fact that the winners of the first three prizes receive – according to a long-standing tradition – silver pellets and cash prizes.
The submitted works are qualified by an international jury. Over the years, we have invited a number of distinguished artists to seat on the jury, including: G. Babetto, G. Bakker, O. Boekhoudt,  S. Bronger, R. Puig Cuyás, P. Derrez, G. Dobler, A. Gut, F. Falk, M.R. Franzin, M.J. van den Hout,  E. Knobel, O. Kűnzli, T. Noten, V.K. Novák, R. Peters, M. Petry, K. Pontoppidan, G. Pucsala, A. Ratnikowa, P. Sajet, B. Schobinger, P. Skubic, Z. Songqing, W. Tasso-Mattar,  T. Smeets, D. Watkins, M. Vilhena, A. Zanella and from Poland – M. Dubiel, M. Gradowski, I. Huml, S. Fijałkowski, G. Jabłoński, J. Sokólski, A. Szadkowski, T. Zaremski, A. Wolski.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS is a cycle of retrospective presentations of distinguished personalities in jewellery art from Poland and abroad, including: J. Byczewski (PL), S. Fijałkowski (PL), P. Kaczyński (PL), N. Cherry (GB), H. O’Connor (USA), E. Knobel (IL), V.K. Novák (CZ), F. Peters (AU), M. Petry (GB), Rose & Gisbert Stach (D), L. Šikolová (CZ), W. Tasso-Mattar (D).  Soon: R. Puig Cuyás (E), H. Hedman (S), P. Sequeira (P).
SILVER SCHOOLS is a cycle presenting the artistic oeuvre of jewellery art schools from Europe, their professors, graduates and students. So far there have been presentations of schools from Barcelona, Birmingham, Bratislava, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh, Florence, Hanau, Idar-Oberstein, Lappeenranta, Łódź, Matosinhos, Munich, Oslo, Padua, Pforzheim, Prague, Stockholm, Tallinn and Vilnius. Continuing the cycle in the subsequent years, we are going to show one after the other all European silver schools. A total of 22 schools has been presented so far. The cycle will be continued with the intention to show all of them.
DEBUTS is a cycle presenting pieces of young Polish artists, who just start their activity in the field of design and art. Our plan is to invite novices from abroad.
THE BOUNDARIES OF GLOBAL ART is a cycle of science sessions devoted to the newest art, goldsmithery and design.

 INVITATION/PROGRAM

 

 

The Gallery of Art in Legnica
Pl. Katedralny 1
59-220 Legnica, Poland
tel. +48 76 86 20 910, fax. +48 76 85 65 126
e-mail: galeria@galeria.legnica.plwww.galeria.legnica.pl

02/03/2013

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Matadero’ – Cafe Clara, Munich (DE) – 6-12 Mars 2013

during SCHMUCK :  exhibition « MATADERO » by WALKA STUDIO (Claudia Betancourt + Nano Pulgar)

The MATADERO series, reflects on matters such as death, the relation between body and ornament, the primal origin of corporal ornament and its sacred meaning, associated to the cultures from Latin America and the Pacific Basin.

during SCHMUCK :  exhibition "MATADERO" by WALKA STUDIO (claudia betancourt + nano pulgar)    The MATADERO series, reflects on matters such as death, the relation between body and ornament, the primal origin of corporal ornament and its sacred meaning, associated to the cultures from Latin America and the Pacific Basin.    Place: Cafe Clara, Isabellastraße 8, 80798 München  Dates: March 6th - 12 th. Monday Closed  Opening hours: 11-19 hrs  http://www.walka.cl/proyectos-arte/

« Walka Studio represents duality in all the sense of the word. Claudia Betancourt, intuitive, emotional and profoundly interested in local crafting traditions, and Nano Pulgar, shrewd, rational and highly experimental stand at opposite ends of the spectrum of the creative process. Together they execute a fluid dance which teases the boundaries between art and design. They have a clear notion of the local and a wide, but critical, view of the foreign. And they often engage in clever actions to create a larger and more inclusive audience, intervening public realm and partnering with amicable spaces not traditionally associated to the exhibition of artistic jewellery.
On this occasion, Walka Studio, Cafe Clara and Otro Diseño, bring a Chilean exhibition to Munich, to be one of the many relevant satellite events that surround Schmuck adding true cultural diversity to this international event.
Matadero is the latest collection of the Walka duo. It contains a very specific narrative about Chilean traditional crafting materials, the historical and cultural nexus of the southern cultures of the Pacific Basin and the evolving influence of the conquest of Chile, initiated by the Spaniards in 1541. This narrative, however, is represented in an international language, allowing jewellers and jewellery enthusiasts of all nationalities to understand how this jewellery from across the ocean functions within a mostly western context.
Matadero is a series of necklaces and pendants, jewel categories that step away from the often resorted to European brooch and allude to the prevailing ornament of the Pacific cultures. The series is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin until its evolution into contemporary jewellery; as well as the experimentation with new methods to work the cacho de buey or bull’s horn, a traditional material in Chilean craft that has been worked by Betancourt’s family for generations.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero uses both bull´s horns and hooves which had been part of a previous collection dedicated to the fashion industry, delicately tinted in a faint pink colour for that occasion. The fashionable neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt and rebuilt as entirely new pieces that fascinate and repulse. The newly transformed pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship that was common to many other Latin American countries and which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists from the continent.
The necklaces and pendants in this exhibition also allude to the particular geographical situation of Chile, a long, thin strip in Latin America which is wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountain range. Every piece in the series uses soft, comforting supports and laces made of Andean Alpacas. Surprisingly, the pieces are extremely easy and comfortable to wear, once the repulsion produced by the idea of wearing burnt bones has passed. They are soft, light and smoothing. They are made to be used, as that is how they complete their cycle. And they show Walka’s regal acquaintance with fashion and wearability.
Matadero becomes now a synonym for duality: the series blends cultures, materials, processes, meanings and historical periods in an unusual but profoundly skilful way. I am certain that this exhibition will promote an interesting dialogue and exchange among the participants of Schmuck« .  Valeria Siemelink

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka


 

Cafe Clara,
Isabellastraße 8,
80798 München
Monday Closed  Opening hours: 11-19 hrs

http://www.walka.cl/proyectos-arte/

29/09/2012

EXPO ‘Cromatica’ – Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago (Chile) – 8 Sept.-25 Oct. 2012

JoyaBrava presents CROMATICA

Cromatica, puts together a selection of contemporary jewellery inspired in color, as a starting point. Jewellers are challenged to think about the language of a single colour. As a result, this exhibition shows a composition of fourty pieces, that talk in a variety of voices. Presenting ideas, thoughts, and even critical views.

 Cromatica  Artists: Amenábar Paulina, Antúnez Guillermina, Ávila Soledad, Berguño Virginia, Betancourt Claudia (Walka), Bugueiro Marcela, Céspedes Analya, Constanza Soto, De La Fuente Pamela, Del Fierro Paulina, Durandin Pascal, Fernández Loreto, Fissore Gabriela, Garretón Valentina, González Mariela, Harsanyi Gabriela, Hernandez Nicolás, Honorato Marcos, Hornauer Carolina, Joyce Marin, Labra Pilar, Latorre Paulina, Martínez Valeria, Mendez Carolina, Díaz Mónica, Moreira Camilo, Muñoz Massiel,

Joya Brava es la Asociación gremial de joyeros contemporáneos Chilenos que reúne a 47 socios, los cuales son un referente de la joyería chilena actual.
El objetivo de JoyaBrava es difundir, desarrollar y fortalecer la joyería contemporánea chilena para insertarla en el circuito tanto artístico como cultural. Además de desarrollar vínculos con las diferentes disciplinas que incluyen el diseño como principal inspiración (escultura, artes visuales, arquitectura , diseño industrial , etc)
JoyaBrava es una organización sin fines de lucro que mantiene una plataforma de intercambio para crear, difundir e informar proyectos de Joyería contemporánea, organizar exposiciones y eventos culturales y/o educacionales, además de establecer redes de contacto con otras organizaciones a nivel mundial.

Joya Brava=Asociacion Joyeria Contemporanea Chilena (EXPO Cromatica)

Artists:
Paulina Amenábar  — Guillermina Antúnez  — Soledad Ávila  — Virginia Berguño  — Claudia Betancourt (Walka studio) — Marcela Bugueiro  — Analya Céspedes  — Constanza Soto — Pamela De La Fuente  — Paulina Del Fierro  — Pascal Durandin  — Loreto Fernández  — Gabriela Fissore  — Valentina Garretón  — Mariela González  — Gabriela Harsanyi  — Nicolás Hernandez  — Marcos Honorato — Carolina Hornauer  — Marin Joyce  — Pilar Labra  — Paulina Latorre  — Valeria Martínez — Carolina Mendez  — Mónica Díaz  — Camilo  Moreira — Massiel Muñoz — Ana Nadjar  — Natalia Saldías — Noelle Labharte  — Liliana Ojeda — Ilonka Palocz — Mónica Pérez  — Stefania Piccoli  — Polin Fugón  — Esteban Reszczynski  — Rita Soto  — Cecilia Rocatagliata  — Vania Ruiz  (CasaKiro) — Eduardo Sepúlveda (Hibrida) — Pía Walker .

Carolina Hornauer  Brooch: The inner light #1 2012  Oxidized silver, acrlylic paint  photo by Stefania PiccoliCarolina Hornauer  Brooch: The inner light #1 2012  Oxidized silver, acrlylic paint  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Ana Nadjar - Necklace: Untitled 2012  Steel, feltAna Nadjar – Necklace: Untitled 2012  Steel, felt

Massiel Muñoz - Necklace: Garnet Red Nest 2012 - Silver, horse hair, garnets, thread  photo by Stefania PiccoliMassiel Muñoz – Necklace: Garnet Red Nest 2012 – Silver, horse hair, garnets, thread  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Liliana Ojeda  Brooch: In-habit 2012  Silver plated copper, synthetic enamel  photo by Stefania PiccoliLiliana Ojeda  Brooch: In-habit 2012  Silver plated copper, synthetic enamel  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Soledad Ávila  Pendant: Heart 2012  Copper, japanese laquer, leather  photo by Stefania PiccoliSoledad Ávila  Pendant: Heart 2012  Copper, japanese laquer, leather  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Claudia Betancourt  Pieces: Bloom 2012  Silver, horse hair  Ring and Earrings  photo by Stefania PiccoliClaudia Betancourt  Pieces: Bloom 2012  Silver, horse hair  Ring and Earrings  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Vania Ruiz  Necklace: Picoroco on pearl 2012  Picoroco shell, gold leaf, resin  photo by Stefania PiccoliVania Ruiz  Necklace: Picoroco on pearl 2012  Picoroco shell, gold leaf, resin  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Analya Céspedes  Necklace: Blue Landscape 2012  Lapislázuli, sterling silver, 18k gold, oxidized found metal  photo by Stefania PiccoliAnalya Céspedes  Necklace: Blue Landscape 2012  Lapislázuli, sterling silver, 18k gold, oxidized found metal  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Cecilia Roccatagliata  Ring: Yellow Length 2012  Silver, resin, guitar string  photo by Stefania PiccoliCecilia Roccatagliata  Ring: Yellow Length 2012  Silver, resin, guitar string  photo by Stefania Piccoli

 

 

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Parque Forestal s/n
Casilla 3209 – Santiago
Chile
Telephone: 56-2 49 91 600
website: www.joyabrava.cl
website: www.mnba.cl
mail: info@joyabrava.cl

09/09/2012

Massive Attack* ………..

BIG & BOLD is BEAUTIFUL !

 

Fern Jellyman necklaceFern Jellyman (Elizabeth FERN) necklace

Chen Yan 'Cherry Yan' - felting jewelry -(BIAD)Chen Yan (‘Cherry Chen’) – felting jewelry – (BIAD)

Ming Gu  Necklace: Body Parasite- Miss. Vivi 2012  Silicon, Pigment, Thread  40 × 35 × 26 cmMing Gu  Necklace: Body Parasite- Miss. Vivi 2012  Silicon, Pigment, Thread  40 × 35 × 26 cm

BA Jewellery Design, London, gallery Central St Martins -  Jaeeun Shin, 2009
Jaeeun Shin, 2009 – BA Jewellery Design, London, gallery Central St Martins -
UGA- 3-D Design Class 2008 - 	Stephanie VoegeleStephanie Voegele – UGA- 3-D Design Class 2008
WALKA joyas - jewelryWALKA joyas – jewelry    (WALKA Studio : Claudia BetancourtRicardo (Nano) Pulgar)
Iris Apfel Collection Black Coconut Bracelet 40$ (31€)Iris Apfel Collection Black Coconut Bracelet (to buy at  jewelryaccessories)
Eleanor Bolton - long red necklace  (50m rope necklace) - 2200 £ ...Eleanor Bolton – long red necklace  (50m rope necklace……)

 

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