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28/02/2016

AJF 2016 Award : and the WINNER is …..

Classé dans : AJF (Art Jewelry Forum) (US),Lynn BATCHELDER (US),Prix/Awards — bijoucontemporain @ 0:32

AJF ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 2016 ARTIST AWARD

From the Five Finalists Shortlisted for International Prize
(Lynn Batchelder –  Carina Shoshtary — Seth Papac — Aric Verrastro — and Timothy Veske-McMahon)
Finalists were chosen from the largest group of Artist Award applicants to date–151 artists representing 35 countries–and judged on originality, depth of concept, continuity of design, and quality of craftsmanship. This year’s jurors were Philip Clarke of New Zealand, inaugural director of Objectspace; 2014 Artist Award winner Seulgi Kwon, from South Korea; and AJF board member and collector Susan Kempin, who is from the United States.
  The unrestricted cash prize of $7500, generously funded by Susan Beech and Karen and Michael Rotenberg, will be awarded to one of the five finalists. AJF would like to thank Sofia Björkman and PLATINA for providing a showcase for the winner and finalist during Schmuck and donating the gallery’s profits to AJF. 
AJF 2016 award
Batchelder was chosen from a record number of applicants—151 entries from 35 countries. She will receive a US$7500 cash award, and her work, along with that of the four finalists, will be exhibited by Platina Gallery at Schmuck international art jewelry fair in Munich, February 24 through March 1. Batchelder will also receive the benefits of being a supporter of AJF and serve as a juror for the 2017 Artist Award competition.
Batchelder’s studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. Industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand. Batchelder strives to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide.
Impressed by Batchelder’s work, Philip Clarke described it as “[a]ppearing almost mechanically made at a distant glance … the character of the human hand and frailty is evident. I found that the maker was able to explore a range of ideas within the quite formal framework that they had created.” Seulgi Kwon reflected on the pieces having “exceptional structural and sculptural beauty. They are designed to deliver strong feeling and a simple message through the natural color of metal itself.” Susan Kempin added, “I love the clean lines, the simplicity and yet the complexity of the pieces … to me there is only perfection here.”
Batchelder earned a master’s of fine arts in metal from State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, in 2013.
Lynn Batchelder, Sisters, 2014, necklace, steel, 457 x 102 x 25 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Sisters, 2014, necklace, steel, 457 x 102 x 25 mm, photo: artist
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist:
Lynn Batchelder  Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metal, State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, 2013
« My studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. In these works industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand … I am constantly trying to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide. »
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch, 5 x 2 x 2 inches, photo: artist - TALENTE 2016: Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch
Lynn Batchelder, Cover, 2014, necklace, steel, 356 x 152 x 25 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Cover, 2014, necklace, steel, 356 x 152 x 25 mm, photo: artist
Lynn Batchelder, Diverge, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 89 x 51 x 51 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Diverge, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 89 x 51 x 51 mm, photo: artist
Lynn Batchelder, Path, 2015, necklace, steel, 254 x 254 x 25 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Path, 2015, necklace, steel, 254 x 254 x 25 mm, photo: artist

 

06/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : AJF 2016 awards – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

AJF ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 2016 ARTIST AWARD

Five Finalists Shortlisted for International Prize
Mill Valley, California, USA–Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is pleased to announce the five finalists for its 2016 Artist Award. The finalists will exhibit their work with Sofia Björkman, from Platina, during the international art jewelry fair Schmuck, in Munich, Germany, from February 24 through March 1, 2016. 
The Five finalists for AJF’s 2016 Artist Award are:
Lynn Batchelder –  Carina Shoshtary — Seth Papac — Aric Verrastro — and Timothy Veske-McMahon.
Finalists were chosen from the largest group of Artist Award applicants to date–151 artists representing 35 countries–and judged on originality, depth of concept, continuity of design, and quality of craftsmanship. This year’s jurors were Philip Clarke of New Zealand, inaugural director of Objectspace; 2014 Artist Award winner Seulgi Kwon, from South Korea; and AJF board member and collector Susan Kempin, who is from the United States.
  The unrestricted cash prize of $7500, generously funded by Susan Beech and Karen and Michael Rotenberg, will be awarded to one of the five finalists. AJF would like to thank Sofia Björkman and PLATINA for providing a showcase for the winner and finalist during Schmuck and donating the gallery’s profits to AJF. The winner will be announced in February 2016.
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist: Lynn Batchelder  Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metal, State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, 2013
« My studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. In these works industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand … I am constantly trying to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide. »
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch, 5 x 2 x 2 inches, photo: artist - TALENTE 2016: Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch
Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtray, Confused Brand, 2015, necklace, 9 x 33 x 25 cm, photo: artist:
Carina Shoshtary- Confused Branches, 2015, necklace, 9 x 33 x 25 cm, photo: artist
MA, Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Germany, 2012
  »My work starts with an intuitive experimental play with found materials, which usually come from my immediate surroundings. In the process of experimenting, the materials are being thoroughly transformed; the original source cannot be identified anymore … My jewelry pieces may appear like artifacts of a past civilization, fossils from another planet, or the ornaments of fabled beings. »
Carina Shoshtary, Confused Branches 3 detail, 2015, necklace, 9 cm x 33 cm x 25 cm, photo: artist: Carina Shoshtary, « Confused Branches 3″ (detail), 2015, necklace
Seth Papac, Cali Condensation, 2015, necklace, raised and anodized aluminum, brass, rayon, velour, 1016 x 508 x 102 mm, photo: artist:
Seth Papac Cali Condensation, 2015, necklace, raised and anodized aluminum, brass, rayon, velour, 1016x508x102 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metals/Jewelry, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, 2009
« Life in Southern California, with its unreal sunsets, light-bleached buildings, and vestiges of 70s style, brought my memory to a saturation point, forming crystals of experience … These merged into objects with varying physical relationships to the body–at the scale of architecture, at the scale of jewelry, and in between. Utilizing the vocabulary of jewelry and architecture, space and place are explored–from the past to the present, from the personal to the cliché, from the obvious to the mysterious. »
Aric Verrastro  Aric Verrastro - Spaces, 2015, necklace, steel, acrylic paint, polyster, thread, 58 x 8.5 x 3 cm, photo: artist -
Aric Verrastro – Spaces, 2015, necklace, steel, acrylic paint, polyster, thread, 58 x 8.5 x 3 cm, photo: artist
 MFA, Metalsmithing/Jewelry, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, 2015
« I have recently been displaced from living in a city, which has left an emptiness in my life. The creation of each piece has become a method to fill the void. The forms are architectural, modular, constructed from steel, becoming allegorical representations of the energy of a thriving, vibrant environment … As jewelry, the body completes the piece as people fill and give life to architectural spaces, expressing the vitality and connection I feel toward the urban human experience. »
Timothy Veske-McMahon, Borve VI (on the body), plastic, aluminum, 8.5 x 12.5 x 1 cm, photo: artits:
Timothy Veske-McMahon  Borve VI (on the body), plastic, aluminum, 8.5 x 12.5 x 1 cm, photo: artits
MFA, Metalsmithing, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, 2013
« We seek out and delve into mirrors for clarifying affirmation but, in truth, are met with a foreign body … This perceived closeness of similarity and familiarity is a deception–fictitious shorthand we use in identifying within society and relationships. If the act of definition is a loss of information, is it possible to create a loss-less object? »

 

 

14/03/2015

Decouverte : Lynn BATCHELDER, selected for TALENTE 2015

Classé dans : DECOUVERTE,Lynn BATCHELDER (US),SUNY New Paltz (US),TALENTE,USA — bijoucontemporain @ 0:06

 Lynn BATCHELDER

MFA in Metal at State University New Paltz at New York (2013 MFA Thesis)
BFA in Metals/Jewelry Western Michigan University

….. and she is selected for TALENTE 2015

[Talente-Award presentation 2015 : 14 March 2015  16:30, Halle B1 Main stage of IHM (Internationalen Handwerksmesse Munich)]

« I like the idea of making something that is nothing in particular. everyone sees something in everything– in a shape, in a line, in a color– it is our way of identifying or making sense of what we see. thus, non-things – they could be something, but guess what, they aren’t. »

LYNN BATCHELDERLynn Batchelder – SUNY (State University of New York), New Paltz, USA MFA 2013 – necklace, Sawing/Drawing, 2013, steel

lynn batchelder Fictions :   (BACK detail) steel, silver solderLynn Batchelder Reconstructions Brooch  (BACK detail) steel, silver solder

Lynn Batchelder  - Sawing/Drawing (Brooch)  - steel - 2013Lynn Batchelder  – Sawing/Drawing (Brooch)  – steel – 2013

 Lynn Batchelder  - Reconstructions (Chain) - 2013 steel Lynn Batchelder  – Reconstructions (Chain) – 2013 steel

Lynn Batchelder "non-things" - copper, silver, enamel, thread - & back detailLynn Batchelder « non-things » 2009 – copper, silver, enamel, thread – & back detail

Lynn BatchelderLynn Batchelder copper, paint, thread

Lynn Batchelder  silver, maple, house paintLynn Batchelder  (detail of back)

Lynn Batchelder  silver, maple, house paint 1 detail of back

Lynn-Batchelder- non-things - faux leather, threadLynn Batchelder – non-things – faux leather, thread

 

09/12/2014

TALENTE 2015 – Munich (DE)– 11-17 Mars 2015

TALENTE 2015 competition –  Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich

 11th to 17th March 2015 Special exhibition Talente at the International Skilled Trades Fair. Thursday 18:00 VIP evening at the fair. Presentation of prizes on Saturday, 14th March 16:00 on the stage in hall B1

[Talente-Award presentation 2015 : 14 March 2015  16:30, Halle B1 Main stage of IHM (Internationalen Handwerksmesse Munich)]

 

Talente 2015 presents the work of 99 artists, designers and craftsmen from 32 countries in 12 different areas of production.
see selected Artists 2015 (for jewellery) : 

Sharareh Aghaei Hazel BakerSofia Bankeström –  Lynn BatchelderAmani Bou DarghamAmy Peace BuzzardSébastien Carré Katie CollinsPia FarrugiaElvira Golombosi –  Karin Gyllerfelt –  Elisa Sophia Herrmann — Nan-Chiang Huang — Koen JacobsMinji JoYoumi Kim Anna Norrgrann – Kota Okuda — Francisca OnumahEsther Suarez RuizNatalia SarrazinAnneleen Swillen – Pei Chen Tsai — Iraida VedrielAric VerrastroJing YangTala YuanJiye Yun

PS : in BLUE see the posts abouth their jewellery !

« This year the exhibition is characterized by innovative, very different works in glass, ceramics and jewellery as well as by a large selection of textiles. In addition to works that are inspired by nature – whether by plant forms or by the atmosphere and moods of the landscape – works are to be seen that are dealing with the city and try to translate its poetry and problems into a visual mode. The appeal of surfaces and the development of new techniques to enhance the range of possibilities resulted in very different works. Other topics are the definition and the meaning of home and country, problems of environmental protection and the relationship of new technical possibilities and traditional craftsmanship. The combination of various unusual ideas, of different conceptual and aesthetic approaches results in a very special and fascinating exhibition.
As in the last years, many applications arrived for Talente from the field of jewellery. The young artists show a special interest in the techniques and ideas of the collage. Impressive are the contributions of the students from Idar-Oberstein (Germany) working with and interpreting the material stone which results in very different works with diverse concerns but all of quite archaic character (Sharaeh Aghaei, Iran; Elvira Golombosi, Ukraine; Tala Yuan, China). The works deal with issues of homeland, strangeness and identity, the unconscious and magic forces being inherent to the objects as well as with the importance and the condition of civilization-creating elements in the present. All in all, this year again the general interest in the combination of different materials and for the connection of specially made parts and found objects is evident. These elements can be created into architecturally-style arrangements, extended into long tubes, combined with materials such as perspex glass or be gathered into subtle, poetic compositions. Besides the major inspiration from natural forms technical ideas play a significant rôle. Katie Collins (USA/Australia) for example works from steel collapsible necklaces and bracelets that present different stages and are inspired by machines. Unusual are Karin Gyllerfelt’s (Sweden) works in which photos of richly draped textiles are applied on metal surfaces causing a vexing trompe l’œil-effect. By means of technique and motifs she hints at the themes of transformation and transience. Jing Yang (China/Germany) deals in her « vases » not only with gender-based stereotypes of her native China, but also with the playful analysis of forms by dividing a vase shape into compartments reflecting in her pendants on the relationship of these parts.  » (Klimt02)

 

TALENTE is an international competition for young craftsmen and women in design and technology. This special show reflects the ideas of young people in the context of an experimental approach to materials and craft techniques. The best entries are awarded the highly sought-after TALENTE prize.

Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany from 11th to 17th March 2015. The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades.

 Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany, during the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades from 11th to 17th March 2015.
The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades. The works will be the outcome of formal or technical considerations and experiments, showing something new and exceptional.
Participants are chosen from any section of crafts and technology. They will have made the artefact by their own hands. Age limit is set at 33 in the domains of crafts, and at 35 in the domain of technology.
Hazel Baker - 'Bell Neckpiece' for 'Mabandod and Things' Collection © 2014Hazel Baker - (Birmingham’s School of Jewellery( BIAD), UK) – ‘Bell Neckpiece’ for ‘Mabandod and Things’ Collection © 2014
Sofia Bankeström - (HDK Jewellery Art Gothenburg University)Karin Gyllerfelt - (HDK Jewellery Art Gothenburg University)
LYNN BATCHELDERLynn Batchelder - (SUNY  New Paltz, USA) – necklace, Sawing/Drawing, 2013, steel
Amani Bou Dargham tree ringsAmani Bou Dargham (Alchimia) – tree rings
Amy Peace Buzzard - Forgotten shadows - 2014Amy Peace Buzzard – (Birmingham City University, UK) Forgotten shadows – 2014 – Ring – Silver, Shibuichi, Silicone and Wax
Sébastien Carré - Collier Inflammation, 2014 Inflammation Necklace -  plaques de cuivre émaillées, cotte de maille acier inoxydable, coton, soie, cuir, perles de rocaille  fermoir avec des aimants de Naturopathie  Copper shapes with enamel, steel chainmail, cotton, silk, leather, beads  clasp with Naturopathy's magnetsSébastien Carré – (HEAR Strasbourg FR) Collier Inflammation, 2014 Inflammation Necklace -  plaques de cuivre émaillées, cotte de maille acier inoxydable, coton, soie, cuir, perles de rocaille  fermoir avec des aimants de Naturopathie / Copper shapes with enamel, steel chainmail, cotton, silk, leather, beads  clasp with Naturopathy’s magnets
 Youmi KIM Root of plant 4, Necklace, copper wire,  390×160×70mm, 2014Youmi KIM  (Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea) Root of plant 4, Necklace, copper wire,  390×160×70mm, 2014
Min-ji JO - 2012  symbiosis NO.6Min-ji JO – (Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea)  2012  symbiosis NO.6
 Pia Farrugia (MA) - HEAD (Haute école d'art et de design), Geneva, Switzerland Bulla Niteo, 2014, brooch, silver, Pyrex, Perspex, pearl, silicone, 150 mm Galerie-Marzee-GraduateShow2014- Pia Farrugia HEAD (Haute école d’art et de design), Geneva, Switzerland Bulla Niteo, 2014, brooch, silver, Pyrex, Perspex, pearl, silicone
Elvira Golombosi - rose quartz, obsidian, falcon’s eye 7x7cm - rings 2014 - "GUARDIANS" *My recent work -- Series of rings-objects carved in stoneElvira Golombosi - rose quartz, obsidian, falcon’s eye – rings 2014 – « GUARDIANS » — Series of rings-objects carved in stone Anna Norrgrann, Brooches, 2014  (ENJOIA'T 2014) Anna Norrgrann, (HDK Göteborg University SE 2013 ) – Brooches, 2014
Anneleen SwillenAnneleen Swillen
Natalia Sarrazin (Colombia) - Jewellery and Object Maker -  cocoons serie -  Birmingham City University School of Jewellery, 2011-2014Natalia Sarrazin (Colombia) – Jewellery and Object Maker -  cocoons serie -  Birmingham City University School of Jewellery, 2011-2014
Aric Verrastro Brooch: Timekeepers: Souvenir, 2014 Driftwood, steel, sterling silver, thread, embroidery floss, ink, gold leaf, acrylic paint 13 x 10 x 4 cmAric Verrastro Brooch: Timekeepers: Souvenir, 2014 Driftwood, steel, sterling silver, thread, embroidery floss, ink, gold leaf, acrylic paint – Piece A Day SeriesTala Yuan Neckpiece: Gold ist im Sumpf untergegangen, 2014 Silver, brass mesh, paint 25 x 18 x 3 cmTala Yuan Neckpiece: Gold ist im Sumpf untergegangen, 2014 Silver, brass mesh, paint 25 x 18 x 3 cm
 Iraida Vedriel - brooch 2014 - Esc. Massana  - Iraida Vedriel - brooch 2014 – Esc. Massana Barcelona
JIYE YUN Brooches 2014 - (Kookmin University)  - Diving iron, copper, enamel, epoxy on cardboard box 2014Jiye YUN Brooches 2014 – (Kookmin University)  – Diving iron, copper, enamel, epoxy on cardboard box 2014
Jing Yang, CN - TALENTE 2015  Jing Yang , (ADBK, Munich) ,„Ich bin keine Vase », Hals-schmuck, Messing, Baumwollband, gelötet, 15x10x76 cm
Katie Collins Bracelets: The cicada and the rig, 2014 Mild steel, vitreous enamel, sterling silver 85 x 85 x 1 cmKatie Collins Bracelets: The cicada and the rig, 2014 Mild steel, vitreous enamel, sterling silver 85 x 85 x 1 cm
Elisa Sophia Herrmann, Broschen. Alpaka, Kupfer emailliert, 2009Elisa Sophia Herrmann, Broschen. Alpaka, Kupfer emailliert, 2009
Nan-chiang Huang, MA 2014 BIAD - Untitled, 2014, ring, resin, 65 x 33 x 25 mm, photo: Nan-Chiang HuangNan-chiang Huang, MA 2014 BIAD – Untitled, 2014, ring, resin, 65 x 33 x 25 mm, photo: Nan-Chiang Huang
 
 
Talente 2015 Competition
Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich (Munich, Germany)
Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich
Max-Joseph-Str. 4
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: 089 5119-293
Fax: 089 5119-245

Fur further information please contact:
Dr. Michaela Braesel, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern, Abteilung Messen und Ausstellungen, Max-Joseph-Straße 4, 80333 München
T +49 89 5119-293, F +49 89 5119-245
michaela.braesel@hwk-muenchen.de

 

 

26/02/2014

EXPO ‘Staring : in HINDSIGHT’ – Die Neue Sammlung (Danner-Rotunde), Munich (DE) – 14-20 Mars 2014

SCHMUCK 2014 – Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014

Staring : in HINDSIGHT / SUNY NP METAL

Vernissage 14 Mars, 19 Uhr

STARING: The State University of New York at New Paltz

THE METAL PROGRAM AT THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT NEW PALTZ IN COOPERATION WITH DIE NEUE SAMMLUNG – THE INTERNATIONAL DESIGN MUSEUM MUNICH

Designed in response to the physical space that houses the exhibition, in Staring is an exercise in looking, finding, seeing and knowing.
This gallery, informally referred to as ‘under the stairs’, is an interstitial space – formed by the galleries that surround it. It is a negative of a positive, the leftover from a functional form. It lies in-between, forming the way one considers what lies on the other side of the concrete divide, what is revealed and what is hidden. As the risers and runners of multiple staircases surround the viewer, form becomes rhythmic, linear texture, closing in underfoot and overhead. In this space one is simultaneously astonished, disoriented, and mystified. While not originally conceived as an exhibition space, through imaginative thinking it became so.
As a marginal space it is not confined by traditional boundaries or conceptions. This notion of working the margin is akin to the creative strategies taught at New Paltz. Students are expected to engage the traditions of jewelry and hollowware, working within the field’s “architecture”, but not to mimic it; in dialogue through making they question function, value, and relevance to our somatic, conceptual and incorporeal experience. We look backward and forward at the same time, challenging and promoting the practice of making.
Provoked by the space itself, we ask the viewer to consider what it means to be ‘under the stairs’. In a domestic setting it is a space to keep things that are only used occasionally, or perhaps forgotten. It is a psychic space, the space of the Odradek, a space where fear of the unknown is manifested. Within this space discoveries are made, surprises can be found, and occasionally we lose even ourselves.

DIE NEUE SAMMLUNG

Talk on 16 March, 11 Uhr : Pravu Mazumdar: Understanding Surfaces. On Jewellery and Identity.
Pinakothek der Moderne. www.die-neue-sammlung.de

Human surfaces are hybrid objects involving biological and cultural elements like dress, makeup, jewellery, gait, skin, posture, voice. Contemporary societies manifest not only surfaces of products, but also human surfaces functioning as ‘packaging’ and emitting discourses on interiority that place humans within limits and define their individuality.
However, the surfaces are not only readable. They are also produced on a daily basis, not only by the individuals themselves or the global beauty industry at large, but also a whole political machinery of identity, gleaning certain constant, measurable and recognisable traits of individuality from the surface discourses, documenting them in passports and identity cards and locking in modern individuals within the shell of their identity. Modern jewellery – in its contemporary, critical manifestations and its inherent tendency of breaching tradition – can break open the shell of identity and involve individuals in an open play of enhancement and change of masks. It can indeed be understood as a means of counteracting the pressure towards identity in daily life in modern societies.
Such ideas will be presented with examples and images from the area of contemporary jewellery art.
Munich | Lecture | Sunday, March 16, 2014 | 11:00 p.m. | Tel. +49 89 2727250, +49 89 23805360
Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium, Pinakothek der Moderne, Barerstrasse 40, Munich | Lecture in English | Admission free

ParticipantsAliyah GoldAllison Ulmer – Allyson Bone — Amy Williams — Anna DrexelAran Galligan — Cameron Andersen — Celine Browning – David Choi Eunjae BaekFrancesca UrciuoliHyun Kyung Park — John Huckins — Kate Mess — Katherine Wilson — Kathleen Rearick — Kim Zitzow – Lena GrabherLynn Batchelder — Maia Leppo  — Martin Anderson — Melissa Tolar – Michael O’NeillMissy Graff Nikky Bergman — Qu Mengnan — Sara Glaberson — Sarah AbramsonSteven Gordon Holman

 

MFA Candidate Steven Gordon Holman - Steven's Work has been selected to compete in the international design competition TALENTE - at Schmuck 2014 in Munich!MFA Candidate Steven Gordon Holman : Steven’s Work has been selected to compete in the international design competition TALENTE – at Schmuck 2014 in Munich
Lynn Batchelder, Necklace, 2013Lynn Batchelder,  Necklace: Sawing/Drawing, 2013 – Steel 
Steven Gordon Holman, Necklace, 2013Steven Gordon Holman – Necklace: To Segment and Join, 2013Mule deer antlers, nylon paracord, steel cabled
Martin Anderson (New Palz - NY)Martin Anderson
"Flood"  by Michael O'neill - 2010  Bracelet  Silver; Pyrex; Driftwood  5.5 x 2 inches  13.97 x 5.08 cmMichael O’Neill « Flood »  – 2010  Bracelet  Silver; Pyrex; Driftwood
Aliyah Gold -   Moth Brooch Sterling silver, Glass, Gold leaf - "Infestations" 2013Aliyah Gold -   Moth Brooch Sterling silver, Glass, Gold leaf – « Infestations » 2013
2 artists , Pieces, 2 artists Pieces :
Left and Right: Martin Anderson. Necklace: Black & Yellow Necklace, 2012. Glazed porcelain, sterling silver, silk.
Center: David Choi. Bracelet & Knotted Brooches: Untitled, 2013. Steel, silver.
Pre & post-production styling: Steven Gordon Holman & Anna Hammer.
Camera: Kim Zitzow. Model: Mengzi.
eunjaebaek 2010-12 thesisEunjae Baek 2010-12 thesis work
Hyun Kyung Park / www.hyunparkjewelry.com 3 brooches "Architexture"  Huguenot Street - Deyo House 3 Brooches | 2012 | Plastic, Paint, Sterling Silver, SteelHyun Kyung Park - 3 brooches « Architexture »  Huguenot Street – Deyo House 3 Brooches | 2012 | Plastic, Paint, Sterling Silver, Steel

 

Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich
Danner-Rotunde
Barer Straße 40
Pinakothek der Moderne
80333 München

0PENING HOURS TUESDAY – SUNDAY 10:00 – 18:00
THURSDAY 10:00 – 20:00

01/01/2013

EXPO ‘Suspend-ed in Pink’ – The Atrium-The School of Jewellery, Birmingham (UK) – 7-28 Janv. 2013

Suspend-ed in Pink
The Atrium – The School of Jewellery, Birmingham.  07.01.13-28.01.13

 Suspend-ed in Pink  The Atrium - The School of Jewellery, Birmingham.  07.01.13-28.01.13

Exhibitiors ‘Suspend.ed in Pink’ 2013 :
Alexandra Hopp –  Andrea Coderch –  Annette Dam –  Babette Von Dohnanyi –  Claire Lavendhomme –  Claire McArdle –  Corrado de Meo –  Demitra ThomloudisDrew Markou –  Erica Voss –  Farrah Al Dujaili –  Galatée Pestre –  Helena Johansson –  Heng Lee –  Isabel Dammermann –  Jane Richie –  Jo PondJorge Manilla — Josephine Siwei Wang — Kate RohdeKaren BartlettKaren VanmolKarin Roy AnderssonKatharina Moch — Kevin Hughes — Lauren MarkleyLaurence VerdierLital MendelLynn BatchelderMallory WestonMasako HamaguchiMichelle KraemerMinna KarhuPatricia A GallucciRachel McKnight —  Réka FeketeRhona McCallumRia LinsSam HamiltonSilke FleischerSofia Björkman Thea Clark — Vinit Koosolmanomai — Yeseul SeoZoe Robertson.

EXPO 'Suspend-ed in Pink' - The Atrium-The School of Jewellery, Birmingham (UK) -  7-28 Janv. 2013 dans Alexandra HOPP (US) Karen+Bartlett-+School+of+Jewellery,+Birmingham,+UK.NECKPIECE++01.+H+33+X+W26++X+D+11cm+2010.+Copper,+CZ,+hematite,+rubber+bands,+powder+coat.+copyKaren Bartlett

Claire+McArdle-Australia-The+%28kanga%29Roo-50x21x23mm-2012-fluoro+pink+kangaroo+leather+&+polystyrene-1 dans Andrea CODERCH (ES)Claire McArdle

GloriaBrooch+copy dans Annette DAM (DK)Sam Hamilton

Corrado de Meo  Brooch: Flower in Pink 2012  Mixed media  Photographer: Federico CavicchioliCorrado de Meo Brooch: Flower in Pink 2012  Mixed media -  Photographer: Federico Cavicchioli

Heng-Lee - Floral Embroidery- Pixel SeriesHeng Lee – Floral Embroidery- Pixel Series

Andrea Coderch  Brooch: Untitled 2012  Mixed mediaAndrea Coderch  Brooch: Untitled 2012  Mixed media

Babette Von Dohnanyi  Brooch: Sea Miracles 2012  Mixed media  Photographer: Federico CavicchioliBabette Von Dohnanyi  Brooch: Sea Miracles 2012  Mixed media  Photographer: Federico Cavicchioli

Helena JohanssonHelena Johansson

Kate Rohde cuff.Kate Rohde resin cuff

Farrah Al Dujaili piece 'Beautifully Marked' at "Suspended in Pink "Farrah Al Dujaili- ‘Beautifully Marked’

Curvature Collection - Lital Mendel : pink necklace with ribbonLital Mendel- Curvature Collection : pink necklace with ribbon (this one will not be exhibited here …)

Lital Mendel -  necklace from "Epehmeral collection" shown at "SUSPENDED IN PINK" exhibitionLital Mendel  necklace from « Epehmeral collection »  (THIS one will be exhibited !)

Michelle Kraemer- "like red but not quite" / brooch / cotton, acrylic paint, steelMichelle Kraemer- « like red but not quite » / brooch / cotton, acrylic paint, steel

Rachel McKnight - Pink Twisted Ruffle NeckpieceRachel McKnight – Pink Twisted Ruffle Neckpiece

Pickup #4 velvet pink  http://www.silkefleischer.com/Silke Fleischer – Pickup #4 velvet pink 

Zoe Robertson  Brooch: Double Bubble 2011  High density modelling foam, flock fibre, magnet, powder coated steel  8 x 8 x 1 5cm  http://www.zoerobertson.co.uk/Zoe Robertson  Brooch: Double Bubble 2011  High density modelling foam, flock fibre, magnet, powder coated steel

 

 

The Atrium Gallery (Birmingham School of Jewellery)
Vittoria Street
B1 3PA – Birmingham
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 121 331 5940
website: www.bcu.ac.uk
mail: jewellery@students.uce.ac.uk

 

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