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28/10/2012

EXPO ‘ALLA’ – Röhsska Museet, Gothenburg (SE) – 2 Oct.-9 Dec. 2012

ALLA 

Is it possible to question prejudice and xenophobia with jewellery?
29 pieces of jewellery made by the same amount of artists. The brooches are produced especially for the exhibition and addresses issues of identity, xenophobia and views on Swedishness. Besides brooches the exhibition also include photographs, a catalogue and film.
ALLA, which will be unveiled at the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg, is initiated and curated by jewellery artist Hanna Hedman and Rut-Malin Barklund.
The project is made possible with support from Konstnärsnämden, The Swedish Arts Grants CommitteeKarin Johansson -  diversityKarin Johansson – Brooch: Diversity 2012 – Silver, stickers

Artists: Annika PetterssonAuli LaitinenAdam GrinovichAgnieszka Knap — Annika Åkerfelt — Catarina HällzonDaniela HedmanHelena LindholmJacob Nyberg Jenny EdlundJenny KlemmingKajsa LindbergKarin Johansson Karin Roy AnderssonKlara Brynge — Maria Sköldin — Mona WallströmMärta MattsonPia Aleborg Sanna SvedestedtSerena HolmSofia BjörkmanTobias AlmTove KnutsTore Svensson — Vidar Hertov — Yasar Aydin — Åsa Elmstam — Åsa Skogberg.Märta Mattsson Brooch: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil 2012Märta Mattsson  Brooch: See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil 2012  Electroformed beetles, lacquer, silver

 

 

Röhsska museet
Vasagatan 37-39
SE-400 15 – Gothenburg
Sweden
Telephone: +46 31 36 83 150
website: www.designmuseum.se
mail: info.designmuseum@kultur.goteborg.se

21/11/2011

EXPO ‘Helena Lindholm’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) – 24 Nov.-23 Dec. 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Helena LINDHOLM (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:09

Helena Lindholm

EXPO 'Helena Lindholm' - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) - 24 Nov.-23 Dec. 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition Helena_Lindholm

This is an exhibition but there is no title.
The words are few but the content great.
There are dreams and there are stories.
There is jewelry with and without precious stones.
There are various materials and much effort put in.
There is value, which you determine yourself.
There are no pre-determined prices. You set the price according to the worth you place upon it.
You can make an offer along with your motivation.
The jewelry can be yours but that is our decision.

Welcome!

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Helena Lindholm « Leftovers » Necklace, silver and ribbon

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Helena Lindholm  Necklace

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Helena Lindholm  « Leftovers » Necklace, silver and ribbon

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Helena Lindholm  « Dream » Neckpiece, silver and ribbon

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Helena Lindholm  « Dream » Necklace

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Helena Lindholm « Leftovers » Necklace

 

Helena Lindholm graduated from Konstfack/Ädellab MFA 2006 and has participated in several international exhibitions as the Schmuck special show in Munich. She works in own studio in Kungsholmen, Sweden since 2008.

« My Work deals with dreams. What we dream at night and my only remember vaguely in the morning. The dreams we have during the day when the brain loops of and leaves the conscious behind. I collect the feelings from my dreams and give them shape. »

 

 

Platina Gallery
Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden
tel +46-8-300 280

22/10/2011

allaallaalla !!!! brooches journey – Sweden – 25-27 Oct. 2011

Jewellery has always been a way to show cultural identity, belonging, status or views. ALLA is a project where 30 jewellery artists living in Sweden have created unique brooches as a reaction to the theme of xenophobia.
These brooches will be taken on a journey from northern to southern Sweden between the 25-27th of October.

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participating artists :
Annika PettersonAuli LaitinenAdam GrinovichAgnieszka Knap — Annika Åkerfelt — Catarina HällzonDaniela HedmanHelena LindholmJacob NybergJenny EdlundJenny KlemmingKajsa LindbergKarin JohanssonKarin Roy AnderssonKlara Brynge — Maria Sköldin — Mona WallströmMärta MattsonPia AleborgSanna SvedestedtSerena HolmSofia BjörkmanTobias AlmTove KnutsTore Svensson — Vidar Hertov — Yasar Aydin — Åsa Elmstam — Åsa Skogberg.

Resans schema (parcours ?):
*Tisdag 25 oktober
Flyg Stockholm Arlanda-Kiruna, avgång 11:10 – ankomst 12:40
Tåg Kiruna-Stockholm, avgång 17:35 – ankomst 10:20 (nattåg från Boden 20:56)
*Onsdag 26 oktober
Tåg Stockholm-Malmö, avgång 12:21 – ankomst 16:50
*Torsdag 27 oktober
Tåg Malmö-Göteborg, avgång 09:08 – ankomst 12:17
Tåg Göteborg-Stockholm, avgång 14:42 – ankomst 17:50

 

 

Kontaktpersoner:
Rut-Malin Barklund 0707-359 307
Hanna Hedman 070-527 09 80
E-post: info@allaallaalla.se
www.allaallaalla.se

25/04/2010

EXPO ‘It’s a jewel – not a doll’ -Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Suede) 22 Avr-22 Mai 2010

 ’It’s a jewel – not a doll’

EXPO 'It’s a jewel – not a doll' -Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Suede) 22 Avr-22 Mai 2010 dans Agnes LARSSON (SE) jewel

 » If you want to understand our time, it’s a good idea to consider the human attributes and see what people wear on the body – or what the artists creating the jewellry would like to see there. Jewellery belongs to the human body. Humans wore jewellery before the invention of clothing, we know that even the Neanderthal’s were intelligent enough to use jewellery, and therefore could see the world in symbols. Jewellery refers to human and spiritual topics, often small in size but occupy place in the greater emotional world. If we ask any given person what they would bring if ones home caught fire, we often hear – jewellery.


In the exhibition we will find jewellery that is at the borders and at same time breaking them. Artists move across land borders, challenging conventions about what is wearable, questioning the standard of what is called authentic and useful materials and techniques not usually associated with jewellery. We will find advanced technical solution; materials relating to odd and historical references.
 Among the works we will find materials stretched beyond recognition :  Agnes Larsson’s laboratory with powdered charcoal, which she transforms into glittering slate. Rut-Malin Barklund’s s necklaces, of a stone-like material yet actually composed of black mdf. Helena Lindholm’s jewellery offers salt crystals as glittering expressions. Sofia BjörkmanSara Borgegård creates the architectural jewels in which the body may form a landscape foundation as well as Johanna Persson, who draws against most forms of art, with her large neck collars of textile and glass. In the exhibition we also see work by Jenny Edlund and Annika Pettersson. digitizes previous work and allows 3D printing to transform them into other scales and colors.  »

Agnes_Larsson dans Annika PETTERSSON (SE)Annika_Pettersson dans Exposition/Exhibition
Agnes Larsson - necklace – Carbon
Annika Pettersson - ring – wood, nails

RutMalin_Barklund dans Gal. Platina (SE)Sofia_Bjorkman dans Helena LINDHOLM (SE)
Rut-Malin Barklund – necklace – « Underneath » 2008 cardboard, silver
Sofia Björkman - brooch  2009  printed plastic, silver, paint

Johanna_Persson dans Jenny EDLUND (SE)
 Johanna Persson – necklace 2009 – fabric, glass

Artists:
Agnes LarssonRut-Malin BarklundHelena LindholmSofia BjörkmanSara BorgegårdJohanna PerssonJenny EdlundAnnika Pettersson.

 

 

 

Platina
Odengatan 68
11322 – Stockholm (Sweden)
Tel : +46-8-300280
mail: platina@platina.se
website: www.platina.se

 

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