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27/10/2011

B-SIDE Festival – 2nd Edition – Amsterdam – 3-6 Nov. 2011

B-side DownTown Art Jewellery Festival:
An energetic, self-created festival for jewellery artists. It brings together a series of jewellery exhibitions and performances on different locations throughout the city of Amsterdam.
contact us at  info@min-association.com

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B-side DownTownArtJewellery Festival is an energetic, self-created festival for jewellery artists. The 2nd edition takes place from the 3rd until the 6th of November 2011 and brings together a series of jewellery exhibitions and performances in the city of Amsterdam. This event is initiated by min-association; Maaike Ebbinge – Iris Tsante – Noémie Doge,

who graduated from Amsterdam’s Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2007 and 2008.
B-side gives artists the opportunity to explore new ways of showing their jewellery to the world. Each artist is encouraged to take responsibility for his of her own part in a bigger chain or route.
B-side emphasises the festive side of a festival and celebrate the art of jewellery. The aim of the festival is to show different ways of presenting and thinking about art jewellery through exhibitions and performances. It allows exploration of spaces that aren’t usually used for exhibition purposes, for example parks, ateliers, bicycles, empty buildings, a living room, a café or the back of a car.
B-side happens simultaneously with other inspiring jewellery events in Amsterdam.
B-side shows designs that go very much beyond mass-produced jewellery. It shows an artistic way of presenting and dealing with jewellery. The value of this jewellery is not defined by precious metals, but by their visual force and strong concept.
There are many jewellery artists working in Amsterdam. Three of the four most renowned Dutch jewellery galleries are based here, and the jewellery department of the Rietveld Academy is well-k

nown for its active students and teachers. We are very happy to be able to celebrate Amsterdam’s special connection to jewellery with this special platform for art jewellery.
B-side, another side of jewellery.
 
B-side DownTownArtJewellery Festival is organised by: min-association.com (Maaike Ebbinge, Iris Tsante & Noémie Doge)

We are proud to announce the following artists who participate to the second edition:

Fanny AgnierFrancisca BauzaAline BerdichevskyDinie BesemsLisa BjörkePatxi CalvoNoémie CastilloTrinidad ContrerasBea CorreaMarie DebrinayVanessa de GruijterMorgane De KlerkNoemie DogePatricia  DominguesFlorie DupontMaaike EbbingePia FarrugiaJantje FleischhutAurore De GeerGerrit Rietveld AcademyCarolina GimenoAntje GodglückFien de GraafCécile GuenatDana HakimIsabelle HertzeisenRory HooperJeannette JansenHanna JorisDalia JuradoJelle KampenKatharina KatarosAviv Kinel Oya KozaciogluMuriel LangGregory LarinMuriel LaurentChristiaan LebensDorothée LoustalotTehila LeviJorge ManillaEmanuel ManoloCarolina Martinez LinaresCristina Martí MatóMärta MattssonAude MedoriAndrea NabholzGitte NygaardMichal OrenChristina Pauls Galatée PestreGaston RoisAlicia RosseletKobi RothNina SajetLucy SarneelDana SeachugaConstanze SchreiberNolia ShaktiSteinbeisserDeganit Stern SchockenLuisa SchwarzPatricia ThomazoVivi TouloumidiIris TsanteNelly Van OostAriëtte van Osnabrugge & Jack Van OsnabruggeEdda Vardimon GudnasonLaurence VerdierJulia WalterCaro WeissLucie ZampovaArnaud Zill

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Bea Correa   D.I.Y GOD Charm Chain (buy now)

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Christiaan Lebens & Fien de Graaf, Artist in Residence Galerie Marzee :

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Christiaan LebensBroche Ode to Imperfection, 2010 Materiaal: polyurethaan, zilver, parels

Skins
Christiaan Lebens and Fien de Graaf worked with the same subjects for some time.  Both fascinated by the dominant ideals surrounding beauty and the layers we create around the physical self. They decided to bring their work together.

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Maaike Ebbinge, Iris Tsante & Noémie Doge (min-association.com)

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Where the heart is

”Strong wind in the face, the sea roaring loudly, lots of curious materials hidden in the sand, my thoughts explore the freedom of space. This is where the heart is, this is where my jewellery pieces are born.” M.E.

“I like working intensively with materials. When the materials start “speaking” and taking their own way, that is where their heart is.” I.T.

“I search for hidden stories by dismantling forgotten relics; I reinvent them picking up the pieces; I’m a treasure hunter, ferreting where their heart is. ” N.D.

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lelletje : All our earrings are designed by well-known Avant-Garde designers  .A pair of earrings is never an adornment in itself. They are inspired by bright ideas which gives birth to a range of creations. (you can find the earrings from Dinie Besems)

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Patricia Thomazo- broche - plexiglas, silver

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expo « What’s Yours? » par A⁶ collectiveA⁶ = Noémie Castillo, Aurore De Geer, Cécile Guenat, Alicia Rosselet, Luisa Schwarz, Arnaud Zill
For the B-Side Festival, the Collective A⁶ offers you an entry into the world of creation, allowing you to compose, decompose, recompose… Through a specially designed booklet of illustrations, assemble your own unique combination that could become real…

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Expo: WHAT’S YOURS?
3.-6. November 2011
Lauriergracht 160 – AMSTERDAM

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 Underwater
We are Isabelle Hertzeisen & Dorothée Loustalot, two young jewelry designers from Switzerland. On the occasion of the B-side festival, we are going to collaborate with the candyshop Pappabubble. In the “Underwater-designed” shop window, you will discover our jewelry pieces as well as other special stuff!

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Papabubble, Caramels Artesans, Haarlemmerdijk 70
Open Friday: 13:00-18:00, Saturday: 10:00-17:00, 
Sunday: Window exhibition

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Galatée Pestre, Laurence Verdier and Aude Medori : et que sonne le GLA !
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OBA Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam (4th floor),
Oosterdokskade 143 
Open all days: 10:00-10:00   -  artists presence: 11:00-15:00

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Bracelets bulle de Galatée Pestre – Bagues cadavre exquis de Laurence Verdier – Bague menu d’Aude Medori

Jewellery from Words
The girls from GLA love to play with words, having each their own process in jewellery making, which in their hands, becomes both profound and funny. Galatée Pestre tells the importance of jewellery with signs, while Laurence Verdier explores sensuality, and  Aude Medori shows  commitment to adornment.

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Julia Walter & Antje Godglück

Studio Babel, Derde Kostverlorenkade 35
Open Thursday: 13:00 – 18:00, Friday – Sunday: 13:00 – 19:00

B-SIDE Festival - 2nd Edition - Amsterdam - 3-6 Nov. 2011 dans A6 collective (CH)(Antje Godglück necklace – Julia Walter brooch)

News from Nowhere
We met by coincidence, we drifted apart, we found each other again. Now we are here! Meet us in Julia’s atelier and have a look at what we create in moments of love, happiness, confusion and madness.

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Nolia Shakti & Lucie Zampova

19 Pieter Jacobszstraat
Open Thursday-Friday 13:00-19:00,  Saturday 11.00 – 18.00, Sunday 12.00-18.00

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Nolia Shakti - ‘Odessa’ – Necklace, 2011 – Nespresso Capsules, gold
Same same but different
The collection of Nolia Shakti focuses on modern society values. The collection “Throw away Gold” is made out of Nespresso capsules and gold.

Lucie Zampova will present, for the first time, her collection of jewellery inspired by her trip to Hong Kong, the striking differences between the modern and old fashioned way of life in this metropolis

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MIN-Association presented B-side Festival in Head-Geneva
Min-association is happy to invite you to the lecture of B-side DownTownArtJewellery festival in Jewellery Design and Accessories Department in Geneva on monday 20th. of June 2011 at James-Fazy.
HEAD-Geneva University of Art and Design
Bd. James-Fazy 15, 1201 Geneva
www.hesge/head

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Muzenplein 2
open thursday-sunday 14:00-20:00
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 Headquarters: HYM concept store Magna Plaza Shoppingcenter- 2nd floor Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 182
Amsterdam, Netherlands
You can find information of the different exhibitions on www.bsidefestival.nl
Free maps are available at B-side’s headquarters:
HYM concept store

 

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16/10/2011

EXPO ‘Verwandlungen – Metamorphosen’ – Galerie Handwerk, Munich (DE) – 18 Oct.-19 Nov. 2011

 ’Verwandlungen – Metamorphosen’

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Die Ausstellung « Verwandlungen – Metamorphosen » will zeigen, welchen Reichtum an Phantasie und welche Vielfalt an Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten das Kunsthandwerk in der Beschäftigung mit vorgefundenen Materialien entwickelt. Dabei entdeckt das gestaltende Handwerk gerade auch das Industrieprodukt für sich als eine neue Materialgruppe. Mit herkömmlichen, aber auch unkonventionellen handwerklichen Techniken werden Industrieprodukte, besonders solche aus Kunststoffen, wiederverwendet, umgearbeitet und neuartig zusammengestellt. Es handelt sich um eine spezielle Form des Recycelns, denn es geht nicht nur darum, Rohstoffe aus Gründen des Umweltschutzes weiter zu nutzen, sondern es wird auch das fertige, vorgefundene Objekt selbst einbezogen. Seine Form und Farbigkeit, die Struktur der Oberflächen und die Spuren seines Alters dienen als Inspiration für eine Neunutzung, Funktionsveränderung und Interpretation. Hieraus entsteht ein reizvolles Miteinander, denn die Geschichte der Gegenstände, ihre eigenen Traditionen und Funktionen bleiben in der ›Verwandlung‹ in unterschiedlichem Maße erhalten und verstärken die inhaltliche Aussage und emotionale Wirkung der neuen Objekte. ›Alt‹ und ›Neu‹ begegnen sich durch diese ›Verwandlung‹ auf eine Weise, die das Moment der Poesie, der Überraschung, des Witzes und der Irritation einschließen kann. Anliegen der Ausstellung ist es zu zeigen, wie aus Interesse an neuen Materialien und der Hinterfragung gängiger Wertvorstellungen, der Anreiz entsteht, die Schönheit im ›Gewöhnlichen‹ und ›Alltäglichen‹ zu suchen, aus ›wertlosen‹ Dingen Gegenstände von hohem ästhetischem Reiz zu bilden und damit die Neugierde des Betrachters und seine Aufmerksamkeit zu fesseln. Aus alltäglichen Gegenständen und ›Müll‹ entstehen auf spielerisch-experimentelle und zugleich ernsthafte Weise moderne Gestaltungsideen, die diese Objekte in etwas durchaus Prachtvolles verwandeln. Diese Arbeit mit Widersprüchen verleiht den Werken einen besonderen Reiz. Einen Schwerpunkt der Ausstellung bilden Objekte aus dem Bereich Schmuck, wo schon lange und auf sehr unterschiedliche Weise mit ›Fundstücken‹ verschiedenster Art gearbeitet wird, und Lampen, für die die gefundenen Plastikreste effektvoll wiederverwendet werden können. Weiterhin sind Arbeiten aus den Bereichen Glas, Keramik, Metall, Papier und Textil vertreten. Es finden sich Möbel, deren Wirkung in der Kombination von schlichter Form und alten Holzplatten liegt, prunkvolle Leuchter mit Blüten aus Plastikflaschen, Keramiken, deren Oberflächen durch Hinzufügen oder Entfernen von Dekormotiven verfremdet wurden, Gebrauchsobjekte aus neu zusammengefügten Glasflaschen, Schmuck aus Fußbällen, Fahrradschläuchen, Shampooflaschen, Obstnetzen, Ölkanistern, Kinderspielzeug, Plastiktüten, Objekte aus Papier und Brottütenverschlüssen. All diese Materialien werden in eine neue, ungewöhnliche, interessante und phantasievolle Form verwandelt. Die beteiligten Künstler stammen aus Australien, Deutschland, Finnland, Frankreich, Großbritannien, Japan, Neuseeland, den Niederlanden, Polen, der Schweiz, Südafrika und den USA.

 

 

Aussteller :
Marion van Cruchten, NL — Esther Bott, DE
Laurence Brabant, FRValérie Buess, CH/DEMarek Cecula, PL/USAJacqui Chan, NZ/AUDavid Clarke, GBNoémie Doge, CHPiet Hein Eek, NLUte Eitzenhöfer, DEFranz Gabel und Johannes Heinzmann (YEAYEA), DEGlasfachschule Zwiesel, DEStuart Haygarth, GBSybille Homann, DECharlotte Hughes-Martin, GBJiro Kamata, JP/DEAstrid Keller, DERui Kikuchi, JPMarleen Kurvers, NLRüdiger Lange, DETarja Lehtinen, FIAnnamaria Leiste, DEMagpie Design Studio, SAMariusz Malecki (studio ziben), PL/DEOuti Martikainen, FIRégis Mayot, FRMikiko Minewaki, JPFrédérique Morrel, FRHeath Nash, SAShelley Norton, NZCj O’Neill, GBBeverley Price, SAKaren Ryan, GBCaroline Saul, GBBernhard Schobinger, CHVerena Sieber-Fuchs, CHCaroline Slotte, FIHans Stofer, CH/GBJanna Syvänoja, FIJoanne Tinker, GBIris Tsante, GRMachteld van Joolingen, NLErna van Sambeek, NLPaul Villinski, USAArnout Visser, NLLuzia Vogt, CH

 

 

 

Galerie Handwerk
Max-Joseph-Straße 4, Eingang Ottostraße, 80333 München (DE)
Telefon +49 89 595584, Fax + 49 89 595544,
E-Mail: galerie@hwk-muenchen.de

08/09/2011

EXPO ‘On Repeat’ – Flow Gallery, London (UK) – 8 Sept.-5 Nov. 2011

  »On Repeat »

This exhibition at flow features the work of eighteen international makers. The exhibition explores the creative process which at times becomes meditative; moving from the mind of the maker to an intuitive action. The process of repetition can create or even determine a form. It allows exploration of volume, decoration and pattern. Repetition creates a rhythm and a flow; it highlights difference, irregularity and the history behind surfaces. It is through repetition that you discover difference, through order and an attempt for the constant, variation is emphasized and the unexpected is found in the familiar. Using different materials and patterns; from lines, dots or looping, all the work has the process of repetition in common. The process of making can be a valuable trigger of inspiration. This is echoed in this exhibition, which aims to encourage people to see and enjoy the subtle variations created from a single repeated act.

 

Artists:
Astrid Keller, Birgit Hagmann, Charlotte Sale, Ella Robinson, Evert Nijland, Flora Vagi, Ike Junger, Iris Tsante, Momoko Kumai, Nikolay Sardamov, Noriko Takamiya, Nuala O’Donovan, Renata Francescon, Ritsuko Jinnouchi, Sidsel Hanum, Stacey Bentley, Stine Jespersen, Tsuruko Tanikawa.

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Iris Tsante

Iris Tsante considers jewellery as a process of exploring ways to define the sense of « beauty » and « value » in reference to memories of significant objects and the subsequent human/social connections related to them. Tsante’s pieces provide connotations of optimism, simplicity, joy and innocence, revealing at the same time qualities such as fragility and vulnerability.

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Flora Vagi - waves & flames brooch

Flora Vagi creates jewelry which not only adorns the body but explores the visual language of an object. » I search discover, transform…. surprise. The materials get a ‘return ticket’ from me, and with their ‘newly dressed souls’ I send them back to the world, where they came from ».

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Nikolay Sardamov- Being the basic motif, the circle serves as a starting point: “Intersections” necklace, 2010. Blackened silver.

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Nikolay SardamovSense of snow
Nikolay Sardamov has focused on the circle. Through repetitions and overlapping a pattern emerges. He uses the multiplied pattern to arrange figures with different types of symmetry and uses them to construct double-layered forms. The layers cast shadows that overlap and create a notion of movement, like snowflakes falling from the sky.

Momoko Kumai
Momoko Kumai
Momoko Kumai describes her work as « accessing my inner child playing with paper. It is abstract in form – the result of a free-flowing sub-conscious process of folding, twisting and rolling up any kind of paper material ».

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Stacey Bentley
Stacey Bentley is inspired by urban scenery, taking inspiration from its patterns and structures. Being attentive to the unexpected and unnoticed components of this industrial environment allows Bentley to discover an elegant and mysterious aesthetic. Her observations are translated into tactile, sculptural forms that play with line, gritty textures and matt finishes.

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Ike Junger
Ike Jünger uses a variety of materials and techniques from colourful enamel to gold casting and often incorporating found objects. Her work is organic and enigmatic.

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Evert Nijland
Evert Nijland is fascinated by the way nature is visualized by artists throughout art history. His collection titled ‘Naturae’ is inspired by the many floral motives that are used in classical ornaments.

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Renata Francescon (céramique, mais si beau ……)

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Birgit Hagmann necklace 2011

Birgit Hagmann. This work is based on drawing. Using the wire, the drawing is
transformed into a three-dimensional space. The line creates shapes and explores volume, sometimes delicately, playfully and searchingly and other times confidently, in a straight, clear and powerful way. Thus crystalline-organic structures come to life and become jewellery.

 

 

Flow Gallery
1-5 Needham Road, W11 2RP London, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 20 7243 0782
http://www.flowgallery.co.uk

11/02/2011

EXPO ‘Iris Tsante jewellery’ – Galerie Ra, Amsterdam (NL) – 5 Fevr.-23 Mars 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. RA (NL),Hollande (NL),Iris TSANTE (GR) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:25

Iris Tsante graduated from the Amsterdam Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2008. Her jewellery, in which coloured pencils are often used as material, evoke associations with optimism, airiness, simplicity, innocence and delight, while at the same time conveying qualities like sensitivity and vulnerability. Her new collection of work also emanates the sheer pleasure of making it.

EXPO 'Iris Tsante jewellery' - Galerie Ra, Amsterdam (NL) - 5 Fevr.-23 Mars 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition werk_iris_tsante

 

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Galerie Ra
Nes 120
1012 KE – Amsterdam
Netherlands
Telephone: 020 6265100
Fax: 020 6204595
website: www.galerie-ra.nl
mail: mail@galerie-ra.nl

31/10/2010

B-Side Jewellery Festival, Amsterdam (NL) – 4-7 Nov. 2010

B-Side Downtown Jewellery Festival in Amsterdam.

B-side’s jewellery route is yellow and ready !

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download B side Festival Poster

 

 

* “A-MUZE” - If you’re looking for refreshment for your eyes, taste and mind, you’re more than welcome to visit us and our creations, exhibited spectacularly at the Muzenplein 2. A picturesque and breathtaking bridge house, built in the style of the ‘Amsterdamse school’ in the beautiful south of Amsterdam.

Fanny Agnier, Bas Bouman, Yu-Chun Chen, Jantje FleischhutUrsula GuttmannJeannette JansenZsolt Kamaras, Beate Klockmann, Gitte Nygaard, Ulrich Reithofer, Nina SajetPhilip Sajet, Cay Schröder, Q Hisashi Shibata, Dana Seachuga, Wouter Nieuwendijk

at  Muzenplein 2  -     open thursday-sunday 14:00-20:00

 dans Bas BOUMAN (NL)

 

* We are very happy to announce you that the well-known jewellery artist Ruudt Peters is showing Lingam at B-side Festival. You can visit his works in an installation at Stout, Berenstraat 9 in Amsterdam between the 4th. and the 7th. of November.

 Lingam1 dans Beate KLOCKMANN (DE)lingam10 dans Beatrice BROVIA (IT)
Ruudt Peters - Lingam 1 – 200 x 160 x 170 mm, Glass, wood, foam, horn
Lingam 10 – 360 x 300 x 170 mm, Glass, wood, foam, malachite

 

 

* Min-Association : Noémie Doge (CH), Iris Tsante (GR), Maaike Ebbinge (NL)

min-association is a group of three jewellery makers that decided to join their strength and motivate each other within the field of artistic jewellery. The three studied together at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and graduated between 2007 and 2008. They enjoy to stay connected despite the fact that they don’t always live in the same country. With this exhibition they will show their joy of communication.

Photo

 at  Weteringschans 151  
open thursday-sunday 14:00-20:00

 

* students of Gerrit Rietveld’s Jewellery Department

on different location throughout the city of Amsterdam:
 - Sieraad Art fair: opening on the 4th. of November: 2am – 9pm
 - Rietveld Uncut at De Brakke Grond: 12th of November from 7 – 11pm & 13th of November from 1am – 11pm

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“xxx Jewels”
The first thing you see when you arrive in Amsterdam Schiphol is a huge poster with a woman showing her bare breast.
‘Sex Sells’ is an overused concept.
Students of the Jewelry Department Het Sieraad of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie use this principle to show their work. They made collages combining pornography with their jewelry pieces. The explicit character of the pornography is transformed into a new image; a dialogue between body and jewel.
“xxx Jewels”, is a jewelry presentation in form of posters and a magazine.
The posters will be spread around the city during the time of the festival. The magazine is for sale and will be shown at the different locations of the B-side Festival; it also will be presented at the opening of the jewelry fair Sieraad, the 4th. of November between 2am and 9pm.

 

 

* Claire Baloge & Monika Zampa : “Stalagmite & Stalactite”

at 19 Pieter Jacobszstraat, (near Nes), Amsterdam
Open Thursday 18.00 – 21.00, Friday 14.00 – 20.00,
Saturday 14.00 – 20.00, Sunday 14.00 – 18.00

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We invite the public to enter our private space, “cave”, where they can discover our personal world. Where not only jewellery is growing but also other forms and shapes of artistic expression take place. It is a continuous process of growth, like stalagmites and stalactites.

 

*  Valuables – the weight of ideas”

Beatrice Brovia, Nicolas Cheng, Dana Hakim, Susanne Wolbers
at Keerpunt 12, Amsterdam 

(voir article  EXPO ‘VALUABLES – The weight of ideas’ – B-Side Jewellery Festival, Amsterdam (NL) – 4-7 Nov. 2010)

 

* Ursula Guttmann : “What Waiters Wear”

at Café de Jaren
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 20-22, Amsterdam
Relax with a cup of coffee at the great Café de Jaren and look at the jewellery objects worn by the waiters there.

Tatoo dans Dana HAKIM (IL)Container-Sweety dans Dana SEACHUGA (IL)
Ursula Guttmann – ‘tatoo’
‘Container Sweetie’ – Latex, Nylon; latex, nylon, 2000 ( Photo: E. Grebe)

 

 

 

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