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28/02/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (15) – « tog_ther ! » – Kunstpavillon, Munich (DE) – 7-12 Mars 2017

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Kunstpavillon
Opening Tue March 7th at 18:00
« ….Here, the motto is: chairs instead of showcases ! »

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Réka Lörincz

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with :   Peter Bauhuis — Emese Benczúr — David BielanderFlorian Buddeberg – Shirin Damerji — Anna EichlingerSusanne Elstner — Sławomir Fijałkowski — Christiane FörsterRéka LörinczDaniel Michel – Anna Moll — Pavol Prekop — Nicola ScholzKristýna ŠpanihelováGisbert Stach – Rose Stach — Norman Weber Arek WolskiChristoph Zellweger

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Jewellery exhibitions are often presented in sterile glass cabinets. This leads to a distance between object and viewer and limits the freedom, which could develop in this sensual encounter.
Here, at the exhibition tog_ther !, curated by Gisbert Stach and Rose Stach, the motto is: chairs instead of showcases!
Twenty international author jewellery artists gather with their extraordinary objects in dialogue with strongly individualistic seats, from weight benches to a sandbag wall.
A potently interactive chair by Christoph Zellweger from Switzerland; a self-portrait stool by Arek Wolski from Warsaw; cheap pretense and reality from two female Budapest artists; and David Bielander Thonet chair sausage links, are among what’s to find.
Two female artists from Budapest play with cheap pretence and reality. Emese Benczúr forms the words “LET IT SHINE” on a rainbow-coloured surface using ear studs, while Réka Lörincz presents grooming gloves with enticingly glittering golden nails on a lavatory lid in her piece of art titled  Woman at Work. David Bielander, a native of Basel now living in Munich, even transforms the chair itself into a jewellery object by removing elements of the curved armrest of a Thonet chair and shaping them into sausage necklaces, explaining that the sausages had always been present in these chairs and he has now “set them free”!

Reka Lorincz at Schmuck 2017 Réka Lörincz – grooming gloves with enticingly glittering golden nails on a lavatory lid in her piece of art titled  Woman at Work.

 Réka Lörincz Object: Woman at Work, 2016 Gloves, artificial fingernails Photo by: Áron Weber  [ tog_ther ! Fill in e or a Exhibition  /  Munich Jewellery Week - Schmuck - 2017  /  08 Mar 2017  -  12 Mar 2017 Kunstpavillon Munich]: Réka Lörincz Object: Woman at Work, 2016 Gloves, artificial fingernails Photo by: Áron Weber

#15 tog_ther ! Fill in: e or a - David Bielander, Thonet (Sausages) 2007 Necklace made from one original Thonet no.14 chair bentwood, paint Foto©Dirk Eisel: David Bielander, Thonet (Sausages) 2007 Necklace made from one original Thonet no.14 chair bentwood, paint Foto©Dirk Eisel

 Nicola Scholz, 2015 Necklace intestine, gold 22 x 24 x 12 cm Foto©Mirei Takeuchi:  Nicola Scholz, 2015 Necklace intestine, gold 22 x 24 x 12 cm Foto©Mirei Takeuchi

Gisbert Stach, Superhero Videostill 2016 Sparklers, Silver Foto©Rose Stach - #15 tog_ther ! Fill in: e or a -: Gisbert Stach, Superhero Videostill 2016 Sparklers, Silver Foto©Rose Stach

 

Kunstpavillon
Alter Botanischer Garten
Sophienstraße 7A
Munich
Wed–Sun 11:00–17:00
Finissage Sun 12.3. 14:00-17:00
Artist Talk Sun 12.3. 15:00

 

28/08/2016

Mari Funaki award 2016 – & the WINNERs are …..

2016 Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

The winners of the Mari Funaki Award  will be announced at the opening on Tuesday 23 August 2016.

Mari Funaki award 2016

The Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery is a biennial international Award that showcases excellence in international and Australian contemporary jewellery. Thirty-five artists have been shortlisted from an international field of 413 entries from 48 countries.

 David Bielander, winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Established category) with his piece 'Cardboard' (2015) of patinated silver and white gold Congratulations to David Bielander,
winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Established category)
with his piece ‘Cardboard‘ (2015) of patinated silver and white gold. The judges called it ‘an extraordinary example of contemporary making and practice‘. This work will now be part of the National Gallery of Victoria collection 
 

Congratulations Sarah Johnston, winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Emerging category) with her piece Collapsing Time (2015) The judges reflected on 'the intimacy of putting (the piece) on and feeling transformed, taken to another place'.Congratulations Sarah Johnston (AU),
winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Emerging category)
with her piece « Collapsing Time » (2015) – onyx stone, rubber, 280x240x50mm
The judges reflected on ‘the intimacy of putting (the piece) on and feeling transformed, taken to another place’

Congratulations to Ela Bauer, receiving a high commendation (Established) for her piece 'NT' (2016) for 'its confidence, freshness and evocative use of materials'.Congratulations to Ela Bauer,
receiving a high commendation (Established)
for her piece ‘NT’ (2016) for ‘its confidence, freshness and evocative use of materials’.

Congratulations to Genevieve Howard, awarded a high commendation (Emerging) for her work 'The Song of the Chanter' (2015), impressing the judges with its 'forward thinking and beautifully resolved relationship with the body'.Congratulations to Genevieve Howard,
awarded a high commendation (Emerging)
for her work ‘The Song of the Chanter’ (2015), impressing the judges with its ‘forward thinking and beautifully resolved relationship with the body’.

The selected exhibitors for 2016 were:
Blanche Tilden (Au) / Céline Sylvestre (Fr) / David Bielander (CH/De) / Doris Betz (De) / Dovile Bernadisiute (Lithuania) / Ela Bauer (Nl) / Emi Fukuda (Jp) / Florian Milker (De) / Frieda Doerfer (De) / Genevieve Howard (Irl) / Henriette Schuster (De) / Inari Kiuru (Fi/Au) / Karl Fritsch (De/NZ) / Katie Collins (Au) / Katja Prins (Nl) / Katrin Feulner (De) / Lauren Tickle (USA) / Léa Mazy (Fr) / Lisa Walker (NZ) / Manon van Kouswijk (Nl/Au) / Melanie Isverding (De) / Melinda Young (Au) / Melissa Cameron (Au) / Michihiro Sato (Jp) / Nadja Soloviev (De) / Naoko Inuzuka (Jp/Au) / Paul Adie (UK) / Shachar Cohen (Il) / Sarah Johnston (Au) / Selen Özus (Tr) / Sophie Baumgärtner (De) / Thanh-Truc Nguyen (De) / WenMiao Yeh (Tw) Yong Joo Kim (S. Kr) / Yu Fang Chi (Tw)

 

 

Gallery FUNAKI
4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000
PO Box 24142
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3001
Email
tel +613 9662 9446

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15/07/2016

Mari Funaki award 2016 – EXPO at Gal. Funaki (AU) – 23 Aout-24 Sept. 2016

2016 Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

The winners of the Mari Funaki Award  will be announced at the opening on Tuesday 23 August 2016.

The Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery is a biennial international Award that showcases excellence in international and Australian contemporary jewellery. Thirty-five artists have been shortlisted from an international field of 413 entries from 48 countries.

Mari Funaki award 2014Mari Funaki award 2014

The selected exhibitors are:
Blanche Tilden (Au) / Céline Sylvestre (Fr) / David Bielander (CH/De) / Doris Betz (De) / Dovile Bernadisiute (Lithuania) / Ela Bauer (Nl) / Emi Fukuda (Jp) / Florian Milker (De) / Frieda Doerfer (De) / Genevieve Howard (Irl) / Henriette Schuster (De) / Inari Kiuru (Fi/Au) / Karl Fritsch (De/NZ) / Katie Collins (Au) / Katja Prins (Nl) / Katrin Feulner (De) / Lauren Tickle (USA) / Léa Mazy (Fr) / Lisa Walker (NZ) / Manon van Kouswijk (Nl/Au) / Melanie Isverding (De) / Melinda Young (Au) / Melissa Cameron (Au) / Michihiro Sato (Jp) / Nadja Soloviev (De) / Naoko Inuzuka (Jp/Au) / Paul Adie (UK) / Shachar Cohen (Il) / Sarah Johnston (Au) / Selen Özus (Tr) / Sophie Baumgärtner (De) / Thanh-Truc Nguyen (De) / WenMiao Yeh (Tw) /
Yong Joo Kim (S. Kr) / Yu Fang Chi (Tw)

 Kiko Gianocca, Veneer #2 neckpiece, 2014, wood veneer, balsawood, brass. Winner of the 2014 Mari Funaki Award.Kiko Gianocca, Veneer #2 neckpiece, 2014, wood veneer, balsawood, brass. Winner of the 2014 Mari Funaki Award.

Melissa Cameron. Piece: Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot, 2016. Powdercoated steel hand trowel, stainless steel, ribbon, various dimensions. Necklace, brooch, pin. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Melissa Cameron. Piece: Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot, 2016. Powdercoated steel hand trowel, stainless steel, ribbon, various dimensions. Necklace, brooch, pin

David Bielander. Bracelet: Cardboard, 2015. Patinated silver, white gold. Photo by: Dirk Eisel. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: David Bielander. Bracelet: Cardboard, 2015. Patinated silver, white gold. Photo by: Dirk Eisel

Genevieve Howard. Necklace: The Song of the Chanter, 2016. Laser cut Japanese linen paper, elastic. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Genevieve Howard. Necklace: The Song of the Chanter, 2016. Laser cut Japanese linen paper, elastic

Yong Joo Kim. Necklace: Crossing the Chasm, 2016. Velcro® hook and loop fastener, thread. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Yong Joo Kim. Necklace: Crossing the Chasm, 2016. Velcro® hook and loop fastener, thread

Manon van Kouswijk. Necklace: Figures. Porcelain. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Manon van Kouswijk. Necklace: Figures. Porcelain

Léa Mazy (FR) -  Beneath the surface -  2016  Léa Mazy -  Beneath the surface -  2016 – Léa is a young French designer studying at Design Academy Eindhoven.  Léa ’s jewelry collection “Beneath the Surface” is the result of a research on materials around the notions of intimacy, preciousness, fragility, surprise, but most of all on the beauty lying underneath the surface. Combined, the individual story of each broches and rings creates a personal narration and landscape.

 

Mari Funaki was a unique and passionate advocate for contemporary jewellery in Australia, both through her own remarkable practice and her establishment and directorship of Gallery Funaki.
This Award aims to celebrate Mari’s legacy by rewarding the skills and vision of jewellers both here and overseas and by providing a platform for outstanding new work to be shown here in Australia. A panel of three judges will award prizes in both established and emerging categories, with total prize money valued at AUD$11,000.

 

Gallery FUNAKI
4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000
PO Box 24142
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3001
Email
tel +613 9662 9446

 

02/03/2016

Un problème avec la COURONNE ?

Un problème avec la royauté ?
La couronne ressurgit sporadiquement, comme si, finalement, tout bijou ne tendait qu’à ce fantasme suprême : se poser une couronne sur la tête.
On ne l’ose que subrepticement, et encore, accompagnée d’une galette et d’une fève ….
Fantasme ultime du (bon) peuple : les « Têtes couronnées » ?

à SCHMUCK 2016, le groupe « Dialogue Collective » proposait « By Royal Appointment » :

Dialogue Collective -  By Royal Appointment, Munich 2016 Dialogue Collective -  By Royal Appointment, Munich 2016

Dialogue Collective- Natsuki Sawai day dreaming about Munich Jewellery Week !! Crown by Margot Sevadjian.Dialogue Collective- Natsuki Sawai day dreaming about Munich Jewellery Week !! Crown by Margot Sevadjian.

Rachel Terry- By Royal Appointment - 'Drama Queen" 2016 [couronne]: Rachel Terry- « By Royal Appointment »  – ‘Drama Queen » 2016

Aneta Wrobel - ROYAL APPOINTMENT The Dialogue Collective  - photo Yiota Vogli: Aneta Wrobel – ROYAL APPOINTMENT The Dialogue Collective 2016  – photo Yiota VogliMarie Pendaries 'Reine d'un jour, reine pour toujours' - couronne cuivre doré (EXPO Cagnes-sur-mer): Marie Pendaries ‘Reine d’un jour, reine pour toujours’ 2012 – couronne cuivre doré (EXPO Suzy Solidor – Cagnes-sur-mer)

Marie Pendaries - "l'enfant roi " - baby trousseau  copper & silver gilt, silver, pvc - 2012-2014 (Melting Point 2014 -  Circulo Bellas Artes ): Marie Pendaries – « l’enfant roi  » – baby trousseau  copper & silver gilt, silver, pvc – 2012-2014 (Melting Point 2014 -  Circulo Bellas Artes )

Galerie Objet Rare -" BIJOU JOUJOU", 9 JANVIER 2014 de 18h à 21h - Marie-José MORATO présente la collection de «  têtes couronnées » inspirées de couronnes historiques. »: Marie-José MORATO présente la collection de «têtes couronnées» inspirées de couronnes historiques.  (Galerie Objet Rare – exposition « BIJOU JOUJOU »,  janvier 2014)

I feel that tiaras are vastly underrated - everyone should own one. This is by the incomparable Tanel Veenre.   - seahorse, beetle, silver headdress #tanelveenre #estoniandesign  #tiara #headpiece [couronne]: « I feel that tiaras are vastly underrated – everyone should own one. This is by the incomparable Tanel Veenre. «   -  seahorse, beetle, silver headdress 

Tanel Veenre [couronne]: Tanel Veenre « in royalty »

ironie suprême avec la couronne « en carton » de David Bielander, carton reproduit en or ….

David Bielander, 2015 - Cardboard Crown,   necklace, gold 18k, edition 00 of 5,  7 x 8 x 1.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry."     David Bielander, 2015 – Cardboard Crown,   necklace, gold 18k, edition 00 of 5,  7 x 8 x 1.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry. » 

DIY, Installation, 2015.  We have all probably worn a cardboard crown at some point in our childhood, and we all probably have the desire to be bestowed with a crown of regality on occasion.  In the latest works by David Bielander this crown is accessible, camouflaged as the role-play headdress of the kindergartener within us.   "Our perceptions are based on our conceptions of what is familiar.  If a shift in the normal context of something occurs, it can trigger a shock to our understanding, forcing us to examine the object in a manner completely new to us.  Things don’t remain the things we perceive at first glimpse.  The Cardboard works materialize the ambiguity, the multifaceted nature of things.   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry."                                                David Bielander, 2015: David Bielander, 2015 – DIY, Installation, 2015.  We have all probably worn a cardboard crown at some point in our childhood, and we all probably have the desire to be bestowed with a crown of regality on occasion.  In the latest works by David Bielander this crown is accessible, camouflaged as the role-play headdress of the kindergartener within us.  
« Our perceptions are based on our conceptions of what is familiar.  If a shift in the normal context of something occurs, it can trigger a shock to our understanding, forcing us to examine the object in a manner completely new to us.  Things don’t remain the things we perceive at first glimpse.  The Cardboard works materialize the ambiguity, the multifaceted nature of things.   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry. »   David Bielander

David Bielander, 2015 - Big Apple Neckpiece, 2015, necklace, silver, white gold, unique, 11 x 13.25 x 4.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel.             Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard. Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry."                      David Bielander, 2015 – Big Apple Neckpiece, 2015, necklace, silver, white gold, unique, 11 x 13.25 x 4.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel.        Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard. Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry. »                     

Nils Hint lui « rabaisse » la couronne aux activités du quotidien : manger

Crown by Nils Hint: Crown by Nils Hint    

Nils Hint  Crown: Extraordinary piece No.2  Forged iron: Nils Hint  Crown: Extraordinary piece No.2  Forged iron

Et si tout, finalement, ne se résumait qu’à une histoire de « trône » ?
vous savez … « Si haut que soit le trône, on n’est toujours assis que sur son cul. »

by Royal appointment - Dialogue collective - Victoria King (brooch ?) photo Yiota VogliVictoria King (brooch ?) – by Royal appointment – Dialogue collective 2016 -  photo Yiota Vogli

 

 

15/09/2015

EXPO during JOYA Barcelona OFF 2015 : ‘BIJOUX EN JEU’ – Museu del Disseny de Barcelona (ES) – 1-18 Oct. 2015

exhibition being part of « OFF JOYA » 2015

http://www.joyabarcelona.com/images/Prensa/logo_joya.jpg

«BIJOUX EN JEU» Exposition des collections de bijou contemporain du MUDAC et de la
Confédération Suisse.

Opening: 1 Octubre, 18.00h

BIJOUX EN JEU presents Otto Küzli, Christoph Zellweger, Sophie Hanagarth, Angi Gut, Felix Flury, David Bielander, Max Fröhlich, Bernhard Schobinger … and many other swiss artists at Disseny HUB Barcelona

« BIJOUX EN JEU »  (Susanne Klemm, Frozen, 2007 Necklace. Polyolefin 38 x 38 x 7 cm | Collection of the mudac)

Le mudac conserve deux ensembles remarquables de bijoux contemporains, sa collection et celle de la Confédération. Fortes de près de 200 pièces, elles reflètent l’étonnante évolution d’un domaine en perpétuelle ébullition. Le bijou contemporain s’est affranchi, dès les années soixante, d’une tradition considérée comme dévitalisée. Revendiquant un statut artistique à travers la diversité des esthétiques, les créateurs ont été nombreux à dépasser la fonction décorative pour s’interroger sur les dimensions sociales, culturelles et relationnelles du bijou.
Dans les années 1980, le bijou s’est montré clairement contestataire. Explorant ses limites, utilisant quelquefois la performance et l’installation, il s’est rapproché de l’art contemporain. Toutefois depuis une vingtaine d’années, il est autant le lieu de manifestes que le moyen de revendiquer une expression individuelle.
Base de données des collections: http://musees.lausanne.ch/

Parmi les récentes acquisitions de la collection de bijou contemporain, le mudac compte le collier Bretzel de Sophie Hanagarth, qui conjugue culture populaire et mythologie classique, le collier 125 lapins de Natalie Luder, fait de dents de lapin et de fil de soie ou le collier Frozen de Susanne Klemm.

David Bielander, Scampi, 2008  Bracelet. Silver, copper, rubber band.  Diameter 10 cm. | Collection of the Confederation  | Photograph © David Bieler  #jewellery #art #davidbielander #mudac: David Bielander – scampi  bracelet 2008 Silver, copper, rubber band

Bernhard Schobinger collier 1987 cuivre, or, bois, caoutchouc, pavatexBernhard Schobinger collier 1987 cuivre, or, bois, caoutchouc, pavatex

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Noce, 1985  Necklace. Butcher’s paper, wire.  Diameter 42 cm.  Collection of the mudac  Photograph © Olivier Laffely/AN #jewellery #art #sieberfuchs: Verena Sieber Fuchs -  « Noce » collier 1984 papier de boucher, fil acier

 Natalie Luder - collier 125 lapins - 2005-2006 -  dents de lapin, fil de soie Natalie Luder - collier 125 lapins – 2005-2006 -  dents de lapin, fil de soie

Sophie Hanagarth collier Bretzel 2009 fer forgéSophie Hanagarth collier Bretzel 2009 fer forgé

 

 

Museu del Disseny de Barcelona
Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes 37
Barcelona

Martes a Domingo, 10.00h to 20.00h
Lunes cerrado

 

 

14/12/2014

virus de la COMPARAISON …… ? structures en « écailles »

David Bielander Karin Roy AnderssonJie-Sun

structures en « écailles » …..

 

Karin Roy Andersson Brooch: Catching Big Fish, 2013 Recycled plastics; icecream boxes, fast food containers, textile, steel - The Parallel Worlds.Karin Roy Andersson  - Brooch: Catching Big Fish, 2013 Recycled plastics; icecream boxes, fast food containers, textile, steel
David Bielander Bracelet: Melbourne Koi (black), 2014 Thumb tacks, leather, gold clasp Unique Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk EiselDavid Bielander  Melbourne Koi (black) bracelet, 2014 -  Thumb tacks, leather, gold clasp
Jie Sun - camouflage brooch- high-tech wood
Jie Sun – camouflage brooch- high-tech wood
KARIN ROY ANDERSSON-SE   Bracelet: Catching Big Fish 2013  Recycled plastics, textile  7 x 7 x 6 cmKarin Roy Andersson -  Bracelet: Catching Big Fish 2013  Recycled plastics, textile  
David Bielander  Bracelet: Koi 2012  Thumb tracks, leather, silverDavid Bielander  Bracelet: Koi 2012  Thumb tacks, leather, silver

04/07/2014

EXPO ‘Difference & Repetition’ – NextLevel Gallerie, Paris (FR) – 18 Juin-19 Juill. 2014

NextLevel Gallery is delighted to present Difference & Repetition, a carte blanche exhibition giving to Benjamin Lignel, Frédéric F. Martin and Jorunn Veiteberg.
Displayed in 3 chapters Difference & repetition take place in the field of contemporary and conceptual jewelry with more than forty pieces from internationals and nationals artists.

Chapitre I: 18 – 21 juin
Chapitre II: 5 – 11 juillet
Chapitre III: 12 – 19 juillet

Différence & répétition - I

chap. 1
  Friday from 6-9pm the second chapter 2 of Différence et Répétition,
Chap.2
Différence & Répétition - IIIchap. 3
NextLevel Galerie est heureuse de présenter Difference & repetition, une exposition carte blanche donnée à Benjamin Lignel, Frédéric F. Martin et Jorunn Veiteberg. Présentée en 3 chapitres Difference & repetition s’inscrit dans le champ conceptuel du bijou contemporain réunissant plus d’une quarantaine de pièces d’artistes internationaux.
NextLevel Gallery is delighted to present Difference & repetition, a carte blanche exhibition giving to Benjamin Lignel, Frédéric F. Martin and Jorunn Veiteberg. Displayed in 3 chapters Difference & repetition takes place in the field of contemporary and conceptual jewelry with more than forty pieces from internationals artists.L’exposition est accompagnée de la publication d’un catalogue qui a reçu le soutien de l’Association Norvégienne pour les Arts et l’Artisanat et du ministère des Affaires étrangères norvégien.
This exhibition’s catalogue has received support from the Norwegian Association for Arts and Crafts as well as the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1. Each of the three curators has put together a selection of works illustrating their specific take on
difference and repetition.
2. Rather than display at once their three selections, we preferred re-assembling them into three
conversations around the subject.
2. Each conversation focuses on a different aspect of the subject.
3. The conversations will follow one another (some of the pieces will be present in all three sessions)
4. This method will hopefully encourage visitors to spend more time with less work, and enjoy the

complex things they suggest, or the silence they create around them

Artistes invités / Guest artists:
Anonyme — Volker Atrops — David Bielander — Alexander Blank Louise Bourgeois Monika Brugger Kim Buck Sungho Cho Carole Deltenre Richard Elenbaas Benedikt  Fischer Warwick Freeman Gésine Hackenberg Peter Hoogeboom Alexandra Hopp Lauren Kalman Auli Laitinen Joe Lee Benjamin Lignel (représenté par la galerie) Felix Lindner Kerianne Quick Yoko Ono Gisbert Stach Felieke van der Leest Manon van Kouswijk Sofie Boons Suska Mackert Barbara Schrobenhauser Hans Stofer Dan Volgers Lisa Walker Andy Warhol

Monika Brugger, Le(s) Petit(s) Robert(s)  - détail - Photo : Corinne JanierMonika Brugger, Le(s) Petit(s) Robert(s)  – détail - Photo : Corinne Janier
 Gésine Hackenberg - Kitchen glass, 2010-2012 BroochesGlass, ruthenium, nickel-plated silverFeatures in Difference & Repetition exhibition at NextLevel GalerieGésine Hackenberg – Kitchen glass, 2010-2012 BroochesGlass, ruthenium, nickel-plated silver
Manon van Kouswijk, Bisou (brooche), 2011, courtesy of the artist Manon van Kouswijk, Bisou (brooche), 2011
 
 
8 rue Charlot
75003 Paris – France
 tel +33 1 44 54 90 88
contact@nextlevelgalerie.com

15/04/2014

EXPO ‘David Bielander : Escapade’ – Gallery Funaki, Melbourne (Australia) – 1er-26 Avril 2014

David Bielander: Escapade

David Bielander returns to Melbourne for a new exhibition, following on from his career-high exhibition, ‘Demiurge’ at the Museum of Modern Art, Arnhem. Bielander’s jewellery and objects are famous for their keenly observed wit, conceptual depth and technical virtuosity, as he interprets natural and man-made forms in a particularly idiosyncratic, unexpected and brilliant way.

David Bielander, Brooch, 2013David Bielander - Brooch: Moth, 2013Disposable lighter hood, gold - Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander, Necklace, 2014David BielanderNecklace: Raspberries, 2014Plastic tubing, silverEdition of 25 -Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander, Brooch,   Hedgehog, 2008 18k gold Edition of 12David Bielander, Brooch,   Hedgehog, 2008 18k gold Edition of 12

David Bielander Necklace: Mamba, 2012 Titanium, gold clasp Edition of 12 Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk EiselDavid Bielander Necklace: Mamba, 2012 Titanium, gold clasp Edition of 12Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander Bracelet: Melbourne Koi (black), 2014 Thumb tacks, leather, gold clasp Unique Photo: Simon Bielander, Dirk EiselDavid BielanderBracelet: Melbourne Koi (black), 2014Thumb tacks, leather, gold claspUniquePhoto: Simon Bielander, Dirk Eisel

David Bielander - moth brooches‘Moths’ (brooches, 2014, unlimited edition), disposable lighter hood, gold

David Bielander 'Grinder' (rings), 2014 (unlimited edition), 3D printed nylon, unfilled or with gold or silver inlay
‘Grinder’ (rings), 2014 (unlimited edition), 3D printed nylon, unfilled or with gold or silver inlay

 

 

 

 

Gallery Funaki
4 Crossley Street
3000 – Melbourne
Australia
Telephone: 613 9662 9446
Fax: 613 9662 9446
website: www.galleryfunaki.com.au
mail: gallery@galleryfunaki.com.au

21/02/2014

EXPO ‘Demiurg’ – Artothek & Bildersaal, Munich (DE) – 15 Fevr.- 22 Mars 2014

Classé dans : Allemagne (DE),David BIELANDER (CH/DE),Exposition/Exhibition,SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 14:54

« DAVID BIELANDER Demiurg »

Friday the 14th of February David Bielander’s exhibition Demiurg will open at the Artothek & Bildersaal in Munich.
Friday the 14th of March at 14.00 hours, art historian Jorunn Veiteberg will give an introduction to the work of David Bielander.

DAVID BIELANDER Demiurg Friday the 14th of February David Bielander's exhibition Demiurg will open at the Artothek & Bildersaal in Munich. Friday the 14th of March at 14.00 hours, art historian Jorunn Veiteberg will give an introduction to the work of David Bielander. 15.02.2014 - 22.03.2014
Jewellery designer David Bielander (Basel, 1968) creates an unusual universe. Like a true demiurge (craftsman/creator-god) David Bielander builds his world by creating jewellery depicting animals, fruits and other motifs using available materials. Thus the beetle was already present in the closed spoon, and the coloured thumbtacks pointed out the path to the koi carp’s scales.Demiurge has been organized to mark the occasion of the awarding to David Bielander of the Françoise van den Bosch Prize for 2012, the international prize for contemporary jewellery. The exhibition features jewellery from his student days at the Munich arts academy up to the present day. It is based on an idea by Bielander that was further developed by Studio Aandacht. Trompe l’oeil was made the exhibition’s starting point to sharpen the viewers’ perception.
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Artothek & Bildersaal

Rosental 16
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26/10/2013

EXPO ‘Au-delà du précieux – Créateurs de bijoux contemporains européens’ – Galerie Paul Fort, Paris (FR) – 5-24 Nov. 2013

Parcours du Bijou «Circuit Bijoux» – Paris – à partir de SEPT. 2013

De septembre 2013 à mars 2014

bannière Circuits Bijoux

Hélène Aziza’s gallery will participate to the « Circuits Bijoux » in Paris w/ an exhibition titled “Beyond precious” presenting jewellery that challenges traditional notions of preciousness.

 

Beyond Precious - European jewels - 5-24 nov
Le mot «bijou» évoque immédiatement une notion de «précieux», de matériaux nobles, de valeur (monétaire).
Egalement, s’associe au mot bijou la notion de «portable». Or, il s’agit ici de montrer comment des créateurs réussissent à donner une nouvelle définition du précieux, en transformant des matériaux récupérés, en utilisant des matériaux «pauvres», ou en associant éléments précieux et non précieux, mais toujours de manière iconoclaste.
 Deuxième volet de l’exposition « Au-delà du Précieux » :

Du 5 au 24 novembre 2013 :  «  Au-delà du précieux  – Créateurs de bijoux contemporains européens »

Beyond Precious - 5-24 Nove

 

Grande-Bretagne : Peter ChangLiana PattihisAdam Paxon — Mahrana — Mark Woods
Allemagne : Bettina DittlmannMirjam HillerDaniel KrugerDorothéa PrühlBettina Speckner
Suisse : David BielanderOtto KunzliAlla Malova GuyBernhard Schobinger — Verena Sieber-Fuchs

 

Liana Pattihis, Necklace, 2013Liana Pattihis – 2013 -Necklace: ‘Istos’ Victoriana Choker – Silver cable chain, enamel
Bettina Speckner
Bettina Speckner - Brooch 2010 - Photoetching in Zinc, Silver, Diamonds
Alla Malova Guy - necklace Post Fossil 2011, ceramics, metal chain, flocking, epoxy resin, iron, magnet – Switzerland, Geneva, HEAD
Alla Malova Guy – necklace Post Fossil 2011, ceramics, metal chain, flocking, epoxy resin, iron, magnet
To-Have-and-to-Hold by Marc Woods - "Beyond Precious" Gallery Helene Aziza Paris

To-Have-and-to-Hold by Mark Woods

 
 

Galerie Hélène Aziza / 19 PAUL FORT
19 rue Paul Fort
75014 Paris
www.19paulfort.com

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