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22/07/2015

JOYA 2015 – Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair – 8–9-10 October 2015

 JOYA Barcelona 2015 

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the selected artists

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015  (7th Edition)  – at Arts Santa Monica 8th–10th October, 2015.

Curated by
Paulo Ribeiro, Anthony Chevallier, Pilar Vélez, Chantal Prod´Hom, Susan Cummins, Piotr Rybazcek and Gigi Mariani.
This year the jury has choosen 47 artists based on the originality and innovation of the presented works, the use of new techniques and experimentation with new materials.

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015.  - JOYA 2015 (7th Edition) Arts Santa Monica 8th October – 10th October, 2015.(Gigi Mariani necklace)

 Selected artist:

Aggelika DiplariAkis GoumasAlina CarpAlja NeunerAmira JaletAnna Krol — Anna Pavlova — Artemis ValsamakiBokyeong Lee — Carolyn Barker — Cedric ChevalleyChristine JalioCristina ZaniDora HarambalakiErato KouloubiEsme ParsonsEva TesarikFlorence CroisierGigi MarianiGili DolinerInbar ShahakIrene Palomar Isabelle BusnelJeemin Jamie Chung Jordi AparicioJose MarínKaterina GlykaKatja Toporski Ksenia VokhmentsevaLiana PattihisMarie Eve CastonguayMia KwonMichelle KraemerMihai Basoiu (« Bashou ») — Nicolas EstradaNiki Stylianou — Nina Lima — Omri Goren — Ruriko Ito — Sébastian Carré Senay AkinSteffi GotzeStenia Scarselli — Tami Eshed — Viktoria Munzker — Xing Zhou — Yafit Ben MeshulamYana TankovskaYannick Mur Yiota Vogli Zeta Tsermou.

Beside this, we have the honor to present the winners of different international events related with art jewellery :
Marie Eve Castonguay – Winner Autor Award 2015
Gigi Marini – Winner JOYA Award 2014
Akis Goumas – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Sebastian Carré – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Anna Krol – Winner La Basílica Award 2014.

  Marie-Eve Castonguay -  Close up brooch from Coming and Going collection -    #kineticjewellery #lasercutting #pigments  Marie-Eve Castonguay - « Coming and Going » – Brooch – Sterling silver, mild steel, wood, resin, pigmentsFlorence Croisier  - Necklace: Ramifications, 2015 Titanium brown and gold: Florence Croisier – Necklace Ramifications, 2015 – Titanium brown and gold

Gigi Mariani Brooch: A different view, 2015 Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello patina 7,6 x 0,5 x 8,5 cm Photo by: Paolo Terzi: Gigi Mariani – Brooch A different view, 2015 – silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello, and patina

Akis Goumas - « …spirits of a Symposion, remnants of red wine … » Necklace – Silver, copper, PVC, steel, mixed techniques, threads and pigments: Akis Goumas - « …spirits of a Symposion, remnants of red wine … » Necklace – Silver, copper, PVC, steel, mixed techniques, threads and pigments

Alina Carp - “Legends" Romania , 1967 Brooch - Silver, Steel mesh, Rice papier, Resin, Pigment, Brass mesh, 24 k Gold foil: Alina Carp – “Legends »  Brooch – Silver, Steel mesh, Rice papier, Resin, Pigment, Brass mesh, 24 k Gold foil

 Sébastien Carré - “Oh My God..." France, 1989 Necklace - Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsSébastien Carré - “Oh My God… » – Necklace – Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsNikiStylianou “Vessels and Matter III: Thoughts are Concrete“ Greece, 1968. Necklace - Hand cut rubber, silk thread, oxidized silver NikiStylianou “Vessels and Matter III: Thoughts are Concrete“ -. Necklace – Hand cut rubber, silk thread, oxidized silver

Anna Krol "Childhood 89" - Ring - SilverAnna Krol « Childhood 89″ – Ring – Silver

 Ksenia Vokhmentseva Necklace: The Orchid, 2015 Wire

Ksenia Vokhmentseva Necklace: The Orchid, 2015 Wire

Christine Jalio (Finland, 1978) - “Past, Loss, Future” . Brooch - silk clay and silverChristine Jalio   – “Past, Loss, Future” . Brooch – silk clay and silver

Liana Pattihis - Necklace - Silver, silver trace chain, enamel joya 2015Liana Pattihis – Necklace – Silver, silver trace chain, enamel

Alja Neuner - porcelainAlja Neuner – porcelain

Aggelika Diplari (Greece, 1960).Necklace: Untitled, 2015 wood, Silver, Argentium silver, Pigments, AcrylicsAggelika Diplari – Necklace: Untitled, 2015 wood, Silver, Argentium silver, Pigments, Acrylics

Erato Kouloubi  - Ring - Tar, bronze, pigmentErato Kouloubi  – Ring – Tar, bronze, pigment

  Yana Tankovska Brooch: Blick, 2015 porcelain, fiber top: Yana Tankovska (Yana Tankovska & Evgeniya Tsancova) Brooch: Blick serie, 2015 – porcelain ,textiles- cotton-knitted cotton rope

Gili Doliner -  Wish tank Oxidized 925 silverGili Doliner ♡ Wish Tank + tiny treasures ♡

Gili Doliner -  Wish tank (& tiny treasures) Oxidized 925 silver

Mirage — BOKY LEE (bokyeong.lee) -  Double clasps bangle  Gold and silver plated brass   77 x 106 x 70 mm  Photography: Sylvain DeleuBOKY LEE (Bokyeong Lee) -  Mirage —Double clasps bangle  Gold and silver plated brass  77x106x70 mm – Photo  Sylvain Deleu

Sébastien Carré Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 Awarded at: Gioielli In ...Fermento 2015Sébastien Carré Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 Awarded at: Gioielli In …Fermento 2015

 (Jeemin) Jamie Chung Brooch: Two drops, 2015 Brass (Jeemin) Jamie Chung Brooch: Two drops, 2015 Brass

  Jordi Aparicio Brooch: Anima, 2015 Silver 930/000, gold and platinoJordi Aparicio Brooch: Anima, 2015 Silver 930/000, gold and platino

Nicolas Estrada Brooch, Kap Arkona, 2014 Silver, quartz, wood, electric componentsNicolas Estrada Brooch, Kap Arkona, 2014 Silver, quartz, wood, electric components

 Katerina Glyka - “Weapons” Greece, 1963 Necklace - Bronze, concrete, glass, wire, rope  Katerina Glyka - “Weapons” Greece, 1963 Necklace – Bronze, concrete, glass, wire, rope

Yannick Mur “SIGNES” - Brooch - Gold and silver threadYannick Mur “SIGNES” – Brooch – Gold and silver thread

Yafit Ben Meshulam “Cocoon” (Israel) - Necklace - Plaster 3D, silver, goldYafit Ben Meshulam “Cocoon” (Israel) – Necklace – Plaster 3D, silver, gold

Cedric Chevalley - “Blownishere” (Switzerland) - Necklace - SIlver and enamelCedric Chevalley – “Blownishere” (CH) – Necklace – SIlver and enamel

Stenia Scarselli “Per piano solo” - Brooch - Ebony, silverStenia Scarselli “Per piano solo” – Brooch – Ebony, silver

CAROLYN BARKER -AU - Oregon brooch   (Sterling silver, shibuichi, shakudo)   . $725: Carolyn Barker – AU – Oregon brooch   (Sterling silver, shibuichi, shakudo)

Viktoria Münzker “Frangibilis" - Necklace - Porcelain, Liquid Porcelain, pearls, precious stones Viktoria Münzker “Frangibilis » – Necklace – Porcelain, Liquid Porcelain, pearls, precious

Xing Zhou “Oh Wow collection” (China) Necklace - Silver, CrystalXing Zhou “Oh Wow collection” (China) Necklace – Silver, Crystal

 

 

Santa Monica Arts Centre
La Rambla 7
08001 -  Barcelona
SPAIN
Phone: + 34 931 42 26 17

 

 

06/02/2014

EXPO ‘EMPREINTES’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – Fevr. 2014

« EMPREINTES » Alliages Lille – fevr 2014

Vernissage de l’exposition jeudi 6 février 2014 à partir de 18h.
Exhibition visible in February 2014. Opening  on Thursday February 6th at 18h

Empreinte : trace laissé par une personne. 40 artistes issus du monde du bijou contemporain, de la céramique et du verre laissent leur empreinte à ALLIAGES. Ils nous dévoilent leurs rêves et nous laissent voir leur monde imaginaire.

"EMPREINTES" Alliages Lille - fevr 2014

Impression: trace left by a person. 40 artists from the world of contemporary jewelery, ceramics and glass to leave their mark at ALLIAGES. They reveal to us their dreams and let us see their imaginary world.

Featuring : Hakan Aktug –  Sandra Murray –  Isabelle BusnelMar SanchezCristina Zani — Mie Ghesquière.

 

Cristina Zani - alliagesCristina Zani

 

 

 

 

ALLIAGES111, BD Victor Hugo
59000 Lille 6 fRANCE
TEL 03 20 52 68 30
www.alliages.org
Horaires : Lundi-Vendredi : 10h – 17h / Samedi : 10h-16h

15/01/2014

EXPO ‘Contemporary Craft Open’ – Unit Twelve Gallery (UK) – 5 Dec.2013 – 1er Mars 2014

Classé dans : Cristina ZANI (IT),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Grande-Bretagne (UK) — bijoucontemporain @ 3:33

Contemporary Craft Open Exhibition is opening at Unit Twelve Gallery, showing the best in contemporary craft, both amateur and professional, selected by Little Northern Contemporary Craft Fairs, Yellowstone Art Boutique and Print Garage.

exhibition will run from 5th Dec 2013 to 1st March 2014 Contemporary craft open

Some of Cristina Zani jewels will be on show :

CRISTINA ZANI -  Cristina Zani necklace
Cristina Zani broochCristina Zani brooch
Cristina Zani necklaceCristina Zani necklace from « My Seoul » series
Cristina ZaniCristina Zani necklace « my Seoul » red pendant
she explains that

« in 2011 …. I spent four months living and studying in Seoul as part of an exchange programme with Kookmin University. It was a great experience that influenced the way I approach the creation of my pieces …… I was inspired by the contrasting architecture of Seoul: its sombre modern buildings intertwined with the colourful and ancient wooden temples and palaces dotted around the city.
How did you translate that inspiration into your work?
« I decided to represent this contrast by juxtaposing different materials, shapes and colours. Like the buildings in Seoul, my pieces show the vulnerability of wood and metal when exposed to time and elements; the layers and colours that slowly transform with the passing of years. Simple in form, but rich in stories and complexities. » (DesignerJewellersGroup)

Cristina Zani inspirationCristina Zani Inspiration in Korea that gave the « My Seoul » serie

Cristina Zani - ‘My Seoul’ double green ring in silver, wood, acrylic paintCristina Zani - ‘My Seoul’ double green ring in silver, wood, acrylic paint
 
 
Unit Twelve Gallery is a contemporary craft exhibition and workshop space, based in a rural location in Staffordshire.
Unit Twelve Gallery
Tixall Heath Farm
Stafford ST18 0XX – UK
email: jcolliertextiles@yahoo.co.uk
tel: 07811 460494
facebook: facebook.com/unittwelve

12/09/2013

EXPO ‘New Talent 2013′ – Lesley Craze Gallery, London (UK) – 6 Sept.-5 Oct. 2013

Lesley Craze GalleryNew Talent 2013

Twelve makers from across the UK …..

Lesley Craze Gallery - New Talent 2013
Olivia Creber - "Keeping Schtum" - resin, acrylic, brown horse hair - Edinburgh College of Art 2013
Olivia Creber – « Keeping Schtum » – resin, acrylic, brown horse hair – Edinburgh College of Art 2013
Kirsten Manzi - Park Avenue necklace - painted wood, rubber, piano wire, silver - Duncan of Jordanstone 2013
Kirsten Manzi – Park Avenue necklace – painted wood, rubber, piano wire, silver – Duncan of Jordanstone 2013
Heather McDermott - Caught in the rope necklace - stainless steel, acrylic, - Edinburgh College of Art 2011
Heather McDermott – Caught in the rope necklace – stainless steel, acrylic, – Edinburgh College of Art 2011
Drew Markou - series of brooches - stainless steel, spraypaint, concrete - Birmingham city UniversityDrew Markou – series of brooches – stainless steel, spraypaint, concrete – Birmingham city University
Ami Victoria Pepper - necklace - silicone, bronze, gold - Birmingham City University 2013
Ami Victoria Pepper – necklace – silicone, bronze, gold – Birmingham City University 2013
Carrie Dickens - Tactile Orange neckpiece - 3D printed nylon, leather,- Loughborough University 2012
Carrie Dickens – Tactile Orange neckpiece – 3D printed nylon, leather,- Loughborough University 2012
Cristina Zani - My seoul brooch - wood, patinated brass, gold leaf, paint, steel, linen - Edinburgh College of Art 2012
Cristina Zani – My seoul brooch – wood, patinated brass, gold leaf, paint, steel, linen – Edinburgh College of Art 2012
Kirsty Stewart - feather ring - silver, perspex - Edinburgh College of Art 2013
Kirsty Stewart – feather ring – silver, perspex – Edinburgh College of Art 2013
33 – 35a Clerkenwell Green
London EC1R 0DU
UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7608 0393
Fax: +44 (0)20 7251 5655
E-mail: info@lesleycrazegallery.co.uk

09/11/2012

EXPO ‘OUT THE BLUE’ – Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, Bradford (UK) – 15 Nov. 2012 – 27 Janv 2013

OUT THE BLUE
Nine Electric New Talents

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, which in 2012 celebrates sixteen years at Salts Mill, has selected and exhibited the work of new graduates since its inception. In numerous cases these emerging talents have gone on to gain wide acclaim for their work, and many continue to be represented by the gallery.

" Out The Blue" -  NINE ELECTRIC NEW TALENTS -  IN THIS OLYPMIC YEAR WE ARE PROUD TO INTRODUCE NINE RECENT UK GRADUATES THAT WE 'TIP FOR GOLD'.......     This THURSDAY 15TH NOV 6PM - 9PM    15% OFF ALL WORK BOUGHT ON THE NIGHT.    We are delighted that many of the new graduates will be joining us at this opening event and will be happy to talk about their work with you!    FOR A FULL OUT THE BLUE CATALOGUE PLEASE SEE: www.kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk(‘Reflex’ brooch by Joanna Hemsley)

For Out The Blue Kath Libbert has chosen nine new BA and MA graduates from all over the UK:  ‘Spotting and then supporting the work of cutting edge new graduates has always been extremely central to the ethos of the gallery.  Forging a career straight out of college is really challenging. Now, more than ever, it is vital to exhibit and encourage these incredibly talented jewellers at this formative stage in their careers. In this Olympic year we think we can spot a winner….the gold medalists of the future!’

Just like this year’s graduates, renowned goldsmith Jacqueline Mina, who has won the Jerwood prize for Applied Arts and this year received an OBE for services to Art, started out on her jewellery career over 40 years ago after graduating from the Royal College of Art. She is now exhibited and collected worldwide with pieces in the Victoria & Albert Museum and in the Museum of Art and Design in New York. Currently represented by Libbert she says:

‘Galleries such as Kath Libbert Jewellery play a very important role in the career of the new graduate because they educate and encourage their clients and can also advise budding jewellers to go in a certain direction. With her background in psychology, I think that Kath is particularly good at tuning in to new designers who are prepared to take risks in their own careers, people who will stick it out. Knowing this, collectors have confidence in who Kath selects to be in the gallery’s exhibitions. A new graduate exhibition such as Out The Blue allows collectors to spot someone right at the start and then follow them throughout their career.’

The Nine New Graduates that Libbert Tips for Gold are:

Francesca Flynn, Glasgow School of Art, whose sparkling crystalline collection epitomizes the title of the exhibition, Out The Blue, explores the facets of natural and constructed crystals creating vibrant jewellery. Edinburgh College of Art graduate Mariko Sumioka is inspired by the natural materials used in Japanese architecture and creates elegant pieces that interact sculpturally with the human body.

Joanna Hemsley, RCA, London, makes playful, mobile pieces that surprise and delight by revealing hidden elements, while Cristina Zani, Edinburgh College of Art, creates striking, erudite work inspired by her travels in Seoul and the writings of Italo Calvino.

Amy Logan, Sheffield Hallam University, creates pieces which play with concepts of space, containing and encircling it with elegant swirls of finely curved coloured metal. Heather Woof, Edinburgh College of Art, forms windswept looking pieces from the hardest of metals – titanium and steel, not normally used to express movement as they are so very difficult to work with. Very much inspired by the wild Scottish weather she experienced whilst studying in Scotland!

Also an Edinburgh graduate, Nabla Pall’s work is joyfully colourful, each piece like a miniature modernist painting, inspired by circuses, exotic birds and her early exposure to a multitude of cultures. In contrast, from Central St Martins, London, Yannan Song’s work is meditatively simple – elegant neckpieces in fine stainless steel curves and lines mimic the way that strands of hair rest on the body. Finally Marek Svana, De Montfort University, Banbury, constructs superbly engineered geometric copper bangles, darkly oxidized on their exterior, with contrasting flashes of enamel inside in brilliant primary colours.

‘Fusion Formation’ brooch in resin and white metal by Francesca Flynn,  Glasgow School of Art graduateFrancesca Flynn – ‘Fusion Formation’ brooch in resin and white metal

Francesca Flynn ‘Fragmented Formation’ brooch in resin and white metalFrancesca FlynnFragmented Formation’ brooch in resin and white metal

Joanna Hemsley ‘Reflex’ ring, closed, in stainless steel, silver, topaz and haematiteJoanna Hemsley - ‘Reflex’ ring being picked up, in stainless steel, silver, topaz and haematiteJoanna Hemsley - ‘Reflex’ ring fully open, in stainless steel, silver, topaz and haematite

Joanna Hemsley – ‘Reflex’ ring (from close to fully open) – stainless steel, silver, topaz and haematite

Cristina Zani - ‘My Seoul’ group of wood rings with acrylic paintCristina Zani - ‘My Seoul’ group of wood rings with acrylic paint

Mariko Sumioka - ‘Mosaic Roof’ earrings/pins in enamelled copper, silver and goldMariko Sumioka – ‘Mosaic Roof’ earrings/pins in enamelled copper, silver and gold

Mariko Sumioka - ‘Mosaic Roof’ earring/pin in enamelled copper and silverMariko Sumioka – ‘Mosaic Roof’ earring/pin in enamelled copper and silver

Heather Woof, ‘Explode’ brooch in hand cut titanium and mild steelHeather Woof, ‘Explode’ brooch in hand cut titanium and mild steel

Heather Woof, ‘Windswept’ earrings in hand cut titanium and mild steelHeather Woof, ‘Windswept’ earrings in hand cut titanium and mild steel

Nabla Pall, Edinburgh College of Art -   Magnetic brooch in resin with line drawingNabla Pall, Edinburgh College of Art -   Magnetic brooch in resin with line drawing

MAREK SVANA - Hinged bangles in oxidised copper, silver and enamelMarek Svana – Hinged bangles in oxidised copper, silver and enamel

 

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery
Salts Mill, Saltaire,
Bradford BD18 3LA.
Tel/Fax 01274 599790.
Email:info@kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk
Open Monday – Friday 10am – 5.30pm. Weekends 10am – 6pm. 

 

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