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19/10/2016

EXPO ’2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suska’ – PLATINA, Stockholm (SE) – 27 Oct.-19 Nov. 2016

2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suska

 

Linnéa Eriksson : « Connect »
Jelizaveta Suska : « Frozen Moment »

Opening of two solo exhibitions Thursday October 27, 17-20

PLATINA‎Opening of 2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suskanecklace by Linnéa Eriksson, brooch by Jelizaveta Suska

We are happy to invite two artists from Gothenburg, Sweden. For several years we have seen many great jewellery artists graduating from HDK School of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg and both Linnéa Eriksson and Jelizaveta Suska are among them. Platina Gallery opened 1999. From the beginning we have invited artists whose work mirrors our time. 17 years later, this summer 2016, we moved next door to a new space. Bigger and better and with same ambition as when we started, to show what we think is interesting right now.

Linnéa Eriksson and Jelizaveta Suska’s work are urban and human, they are dealing with time and materiality in different ways and their working processes are updating jewellery traditions.

Jelizaveta Suska will present works from « Frozen Moment » and « Frozen Moment the Night » Collections Frozen Moment Night edition. 2016. Jelizaveta Suska.: Jelizaveta Suska  Frozen Moment. The Night. 2016PLATINA‎ Jelizaveta SuskaJelizaveta Suska – brooch Frozen Moment Night edition. 2016.

Jelizaveta Suska  Brooch: Frozen Moment 7, 2016  Polymer, crushed marble, gold-plated silver, amethyst  5 x 4 x 3 cm  Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska  From series: Frozen Moment: Jelizaveta Suska – brooch « Frozen Moment 7″, 2016  Polymer, crushed marble, gold-plated silver, amethyst  5 x 4 x 3 cm

 Linnéa Eriksson - Connect:  Linnéa Eriksson - Connect

Linnéa Eriksson - ConnectLinnéa Eriksson – Connect

  

 

PLATINA
Odengatan 68,
10232 Stockholm
+46 8 30 02 80
platina@platina.se

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27/09/2016

EXPO ‘Swedes and Belgian Blues’ – Gallery Four, Göteborg (SE) – 2 Sept.-1er Oct. 2016

Swedes and Belgian Blues

Four Gothenburg, Sweden

Opening: September 2nd, 17-21

FOUR - Swedes and Belgian Blues

Chocolate, beer and Jean-Claude Van Damme, waffles, the European parliament and Brussels sprouts. Sadly enough people probably also associate Belgium with terror and cattle with breeding problems.
When we think of Belgium we think of jewellery! Not only of the diamonds in Antwerp, but predominantly of the eminent art jewellery scene. Belgium has some of the most famous contemporary jewellery schools, – galleries and – artists. Playful, thought provoking and with an elegant confidence, the art jewellery culture is vibrant and powerful.
Galerie Beyond (formerly Beyond Fashion) is situated in the central parts of Antwerp and has been run by Karin De Buysere and René Darmont for 15 years. The work of the artists that the gallery represents has a conceptual strength and challenges the traditional perception of what jewellery is. The connection to the lively fashion- and art field is unmistakable while classic goldsmithing seams more distant.
The exhibition ”Swedes and Belgian Blues” is a co-operation between Galerie Beyond and Four, showing work by 5 Belgian and 5 Swedish artists. Sweden is also a well-known country in the international jewellery world and we also have an influential fashion scene. Are there any similarities? Are there any differences? To connect a certain aesthetic or a style to a nationality might be impossible in a society where the global art scene is only a browser away. But is there something of a local culture? Swedes and Belgian Blues will be shown in Antwerp in January 2017.

  

Participating artists:
Tine De RuysserJonathan HensArnaud SprimontAnneleen SwillenKaren VanmolKarin Roy AnderssonLinnéa ErikssonHanna LiljenbergAnna Norrgrann – Sanna Svedestedt Carboo.

Karin Roy Andersson - brooch from 2016 made of recycled plastics (from lunch trays), thread and steel - FOUR: Karin Roy Andersson – My brooch from 2016 made of recycled plastics (from lunch trays), thread and steel –
« Since I was a kid I have had a strong interest in animals, especially fish and birds. I love their shape, their movements and the pattern of the feathers and scales, their bodies, faces and exceptional behaviour. The pieces on show at « Swedes and Belgian Blues » are made of plastics collected from garbage containers and ditch-banks. I keep my eyes open when I go to the hairdresser; I search in my friends’ bathrooms and fridges – you have to be observant if you are going to find that perfect jewellery material!

Sanna Svedestedt Carboo-  Building blocks, 2013, necklace made of naturally tanned leather Sanna Svedestedt Carboo -  Building blocks, 2013, necklace made of naturally tanned leatherSanna Svedestedt Carboo works with leather. In this material she create sharp and exact shapes that look heavy but are surprisingly light. Svedestedt Carboo uses old leather shaping techniques and Cuir Bouilli, adding a contemporary expression to a classic craft tradition. With the right touch, boiling hot water and quite a lot of stubbornness, the leather is transformed into the desired form. « I am drawn to the combination of controlled shapes and soft organic flow, and the clash that takes place in the meeting of the two. »

bracelets by Tine de RuysserTine de Ruysser - Dollar Bracelets, 2016,  made of banknotes
Paper money came into existence because people did not want to carry their gold around. Through time the relation between money and gold has been close but the connection has changed. Now we are hesitating about having too much money in our wallets but many of us are happy to show wealth, status or image by wearing gold. For this piece banknotes are used as a precious material. The notes are put together to create an object. The banknotes are not damaged, so the object can be taken apart and returned to the monetary value of the materials. Just like precious metals.

 Anneleen Swillen - Weights pending 2, 2016, necklace made of resin, plaster, concrete, cotton, rubber and natural stonesAnneleen Swillen – Weights pending 2, 2016, necklace made of resin, plaster, concrete, cotton, rubber and natural stones
Inspired by the way daily goods are consumed and (re)presented, Anneleen Swillen draws attention to the intrinsic but often unnoticed qualities of everyday objects. Weights, pending is an artistic research into both formal and functional potential of disposable packaging for object and jewellery design.  The necklace is composed of pairs of various pendants that differ in weight, shape and size. Both sides of the necklace can be shifted and scaled in search for a balance – or imbalance – when worn. Carrying these weights as a collection of charms around the neck and shoulders does not go unnoticed for the wearer or the viewer.

Anna Norrgrann - Necklaces made of aluminium and nylon threadAnna Norrgrann – Necklaces made of aluminium and nylon thread
« I’m attracted to the qualities in different kinds of metal that make them perform in various ways, depending on the treatment. I see my work as collaboration between these qualities in the material and my own technical skills. m attracted to the qualities in different kinds of metal that make them perform in various ways, depending on the treatment. I see my work as collaboration between these qualities in the material and my own technical skills. » – Anna Norrgrann

Karen Vanmol - AKA #Iseefaces, brooches -made of wood, laminate and steelKaren Vanmol - AKA #Iseefaces, brooches -made of wood, laminate and steel
« The human mind has the desire to name things. Our brains are so eager to recognize patterns and correlations they see them where there are none. Have a closer look at Karen Vanmol’s brooches and let us know what you see. »

Hanna Liljenberg - Untitled, brooches, 2016- made of black burned iron, oil paint, varnish and steelHanna Liljenberg - Untitled, brooches, 2016- made of black burned iron, oil paint, varnish and steel
« My jewellery is in constant collision between the organic and the rigidly constructed. In this project I wanted to simplify the construction of my jewellery to the greatest extent, and I have been working with old painting techniques to produce light in the darkness. Having previously worked with repetitions of one single form, I have now tried to shape one sprawling piece into a cohesive unit. » – Hanna Liljenberg

Jonathan Hens - Human 2.0 #1, #4 and #5, necklaces made of pewter, suture and latex  Jonathan Hens – Human 2.0 #1, #4 and #5, necklaces made of pewter, suture and latex 
 - Jonathan Hens designs are the result of an intense search for an alternative identity. Rather than a classic example of beauty, the viewer gets to see Hens’ interpretation of it.

Linnéa Eriksson- Connect, necklace 2016 made of steel, oxidized silver and spray paint.Linnéa Eriksson- Connect, necklace 2016 made of steel, oxidized silver and spray paint.
Linnéa Eriksson’s work is a reflection of her surroundings. She finds inspiration in pieces of metal or in the feeling of a heavy beat. « It is a combination of traditional jewellery crafts and the modern street expression. »

 Arnaud Sprimont  - Microbiota 1, brooch, 2016 -made of polyurethane resin, steel and pigments.Arnaud Sprimont  – Microbiota 1, brooch, 2016 -made of polyurethane resin, steel and pigments. 
Supported both by a scientific and empirical observation of the cells and patterns of the living, Arnaud Sprimont investigates an invisible and frightening universe.  The exploration of the strong ties that exist between human being and nature is the heart of his approach and of his will to define himself, in nature and in harmony with it, as microbiotes living in symbiosis with their host.
 

Nordhemsgatan 74,
Göteborg (Sweden)
+46 73 086 42 49
New ppen hours! Wed, Thu, Fri 12-18, Sat 12-16

 

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21/09/2014

EXPO ‘UNITED STATES OF SWEDEN’ – Four Gallery, Göteborg (SE) – 5 Sept.-4 Oct. 2014

UNITED STATES OF SWEDEN

UnitedStatesofSweden_flyer2014(Hanna Liljenberg, Karin Roy Andersson, Linnéa Eriksson, Pernilla Persson, Sanna Svedested - Foto Sanna Svedestedt)

United States of Swedenis a project initiated by Hanna Liljenberg, Karin Roy Andersson, Linnéa Eriksson, Pernilla Persson and Sanna Svedestedt. We have been investigating the cities and landscapes where we grew up. The result is a gluttony of navel-gazing, prejudices and kitschy souvenirs – or maybe just sparkling jewels.

We will try to see these places with new eyes, add layers and make a picture that shows our country the way we see it. A gluttony of navel-gazing, prejudices and kitschy souvenirs or simply sparkling jewels.

Barnacle, brooch by Hanna Liljenberg.Barnacle, brooch by Hanna Liljenberg
Barnacles at FOUR by Hanna Liljenberg.Barnacles   by Hanna Liljenberg.
The Carats 'round my Neck II, bracelet by Karin Roy AnderssonThe Carats ’round my Neck II, bracelet by Karin Roy Andersson
Pernilla Persson Necklace Pernilla Persson Necklace
Necklace by Linnéa ErikssonNecklace by Linnéa Eriksson
Four

Nordhemsgatan 74,
Göteborg – Sweden
Tel +46 73 086 42 49

 

01/05/2012

EXPO ‘The Burst Colors Collection’ – Sintra gallery, Gothenburg (SE) – 14 Avril-6 Mai 2012

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Linnea ERIKSSON (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:16

Linnea Eriksson shows jewellery from  » The Burst Colors Collection »
in the window at SINTRA Gallery and Store from April 14th to May 6th 2012

Welcome to the opening on Saturday 14th April at 12:00 to 16:00

"The Burst Colors Collection" at SINTRALinnéa Eriksson

 

 

 

SINTRA Gallery and Store
Landsvägsgatan 5, Gothenburg
info@sintra.o.se
+46(0)31 775 01 20
Hours
Mon-Fri 11:00 to 18:00, Sat 11:00 to 16:00

03/09/2011

EXPO ‘Four: One of a Kind’ – Four, Göteborg (Sweden) – 3-18 Sept. 2011

Four is turning one year old. It has been a year full of experiences, new acquaintances and a lot of jewellery.  To celebrate we are showing 10 rings made by 10 jewellers especially for this occasion.

Welcome to celebrate our birthday with us.

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Participants:
Lisa Björke, Linnea Eriksson, Ellen Jacobsen Holvik, Hanna Liljenberg, Malin Lövgren, Nina Mårtensson, Pernilla Persson, Anna Rongedal, Karin Roy Andersson, Sanna Svedestedt

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Linnea Eriksson – ring: Spread 2011 – Steel, silver, spray paint

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Karin Roy Andersson – ring: Matrix 2011 – Silver, titanium

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Hanna Liljenberg – ring 2011 – Iron 

 

Four
Nordhemsgatan 74
41309 – Göteborg
Sweden
website: www.foursweden.com
mail: info@foursweden.com

18/10/2010

« FOUR »… à ne pas confondre avec les trois Mousquetaires qui étaient 4 eux aussi !

« FOUR » … à ne pas confondre avec les trois Mousquetaires, qui étaient quatre …. Là elles s’appellent « Four », et elles sont bien quatre, quatre créatrices de bijoux suédoises : Hanna LiljenbergKarin Roy Andersson, Malin Lövgren, Ellen Jacobsen Holvik.

 

Dans leur « Jewellery Art shop/workingspace/gallery« , elles représentent aussi  les artistes suivants : Rouge Jewellery — Linnéa ErikssonPernilla PerssonSanna Svedestedt — Aor Sutthiprapha — Märta Mattsson — Modefluga — Marc Monzo — Saako

45039_420159186980_651021980_5201053_2327412_n dans Ellen JACOBSEN HOLVIK (SE)

45083_420417881980_651021980_5206421_6605596_n dans Four (SE)

40475_419571051980_651021980_5189695_4801349_n dans GALERIES

46576_419862681980_651021980_5195351_5011936_n dans Hanna LILJENBERG (SE)

41146_422323836980_651021980_5251002_1440192_n dans Karin Roy ANDERSSON (SE)
fabric necklace

45965_420672966980_651021980_5212655_5949614_n dans Linnea ERIKSSON (SE)

40258_418882011980_651021980_5173329_6031946_n dans Malin LOVGREN (SE)

46040_421299761980_651021980_5231754_393412_n dans Marc MONZO (ES)

 

 

 

FOUR : Jewellery Art shop/workingspace/gallery
Nordhemsgatan 74
Gothenburg (Göteborg) – Suede
info@foursweden.com

http://www.foursweden.com/


 

 

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