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02/02/2016

EXPO ‘Més que esclops i tulipes / Meer dan klompen en tulpen’ – Gal. CONTEXT, Barcelona (ES) – 18 Fevr.-31 Mars 2016

CONTEXT Nova exposició- new exhibition at Context Galeria

MORE THAN CLOGS AND TULIPS / MEER DAN KLOMPEN EN TULPEN

Més que esclops i tulipes / Meer dan klompen en tulpen

Joieria Contemporània Holandesa
Show curated by Luis Acosta, textile designer and jewelry paper.

inauguració -opening 18/02/16, 19,30 h.

    Context Galeria -

 Creativity that  twenty jewelry designers Netherlands manifested in « More than clogs and tulips » exhibition being sometimes serious, sometimes playful.
Each piece reveals the diversity of shapes and materials chosen. In some cases it has evolved to manifest as sculpture to be carried, worn and enhance the beauty of those who wear.

 

 Participants:  Ina HascherMichela MazzeoKarin KortenhorstBirgit LakenLinda EzermanGemma FrowijnMaja HoutmanMiriam VerbeekCharlotte MolenaarArianne Van der GaagIris WeyerSylvia Blickman Eva Van Kempen Margo NelissenDieuwke RaatsMachteld Van Joolingen –  Jacquelien SluisFrancisca HennemanJeanet Metselaar –  Marjo Van den Bekerom

 Charlotte Molenaar -Necklace "Tulip Mania" - felted wool whith silk fibers -  500,00€: Charlotte Molenaar -Necklace « Tulip Mania » – felted wool whith silk fibers

  Jeanet Metselaar - Bracelet "Blue" - imitation leather -   Unique piece -   135,00€: Jeanet Metselaar - Bracelet « Blue » – imitation leather

Linda Ezerman -  Necklace "Shrimps"- silver, blackened, pigments, silicone, glasbeads - -195,00€: Linda Ezerman -  Necklace « Shrimps » (detail) – silver, blackened, pigments, silicone, glas beads

Francisca Henneman - Necklace "Silicante" - silicone - 195,00€: Francisca Henneman - Necklace « Silicante » – silicone

Ina Hascher - Bracelet "Geometric 2" -   Geometric beadwork bracelet   - 360,00€: Ina Hascher - Bracelet « Geometric 2″ -   Geometric beadwork bracelet

Maja Houtman - Brooch "Black Ton" - silver, onyx beads - 450,00€: Maja Houtman – Brooch « Black Ton » – silver, onyx beads

Margo Nelissen - Necklace "Calebashes" - gold 18, silver, yellow diamands -  1200,00€: Margo Nelissen – Necklace « Calebashes » – gold 18, silver, yellow diamands

Machteld Van Joolingen - Brooch "Dreams" - steel, silver, veneer, paint - 1300,00€: Machteld Van Joolingen – Brooch « Dreams » – steel, silver, veneer, paint

 Sylvia Blickman -  Brooch "Crosspollination"- anodised aluminium, silver - 475,00€: Sylvia Blickman -  Brooch « Crosspollination »- anodised aluminium, silver

Karin Kortenhorst - Necklace "Always new 1" - metal wire, teflon tape-wrap -  980,00€: Karin Kortenhorst - Necklace « Always new 1″ – metal wire, teflon tape-wrap

and ….. PSSSST !! …… ALL can be shopped online at CONTEXT Gallery, here !!!

 

CONTEXT Galeria 
c. Viñolas, 8-10
Sant Cugat del Vallès (BCN)
Tel  935 893 806
galeria@context.cat

 

 

23/08/2015

EXPO ‘Meer dan klompen en tulpen…/ Más que zuecos y tulipanes…’ – Galería Lalabeyou, Madrid (ES) – 17 Sept.-18 Oct. 2015

Meer dan klompen en tulpen… / Más que zuecos y tulipanes… 

Nederlandse sieradenontwerpers – diseñadores de Joyas holandeses – Dutch jewelry designers

Inauguracion jueves 17 de septiembre a las 21h

EXPO - LALABEYOU - MAS QUE ZUECOS Y TULIPANES

20 diseñadores de Joyas holandeses se presentarán en Madrid. Aquí un adelanto de lo que se podrá ver.
20 Dutch jewelry designers will be presented in Madrid.  Here’s a preview of what will you can expect.
Comisario – Curator : Luis Acosta

EXPO 'Meer dan klompen en tulpen.../ Más que zuecos y tulipanes...' - Galería Lalabeyou, Madrid (ES) - 17 Sept.-18 Oct. 2015 dans Birgit LAKEN (NL)

with :   Arianne van der Gaag – Birgit LakenCharlotte Molenaar – Dieuwke Raats – Eva Van Kempen – Francisca Henneman – Gemma Frowijn – Ina Hascher – Iris Weyer – Jacquelien Sluis – Jeanet Metselaar – Karin KortenhorstLinda EzermanMachteld van Joolingen - Maja HoutmanMargo Nelissen – Marjo van den Bekerom- Michela Mazzeo Timmer Privato – Miriam Verbeek – Sylvia Blickman

Linda EzermanLinda Ezerman

Karin KortenhorstKarin Kortenhorst

Charlotte MolenaarCharlotte Molenaar

Margo NelissenMargo Nelissen

Miriam VerbeekMiriam Verbeek

Birgit Laken Birgit Laken

Machteld van JoolingenMachteld van Joolingen

Ina HascherIna Hascher

Francisca HennemanFrancisca Henneman

Jeanet MetselaarJeanet Metselaar

Marja HoutmanMarja Houtman

 

 

Galería Lalabeyou
joyería contemporánea
Laura González Sanz
Travesía de Belén 2 – Local 1
28004 Madrid
0034 653300154
www.lalabeyou.com

 

 

 

18/03/2012

SCHMUCK 2012 – Munich (DE) 14-20 mars 2012 – PROGRAMME

Classé dans : Adam GRINOVICH (SE),Akiko KURIHARA (JP),Alexander BLANK (DE),Allemagne (DE),Anna TALBOT (NO),Arek WOLSKI (PL),Beate KLOCKMANN (DE),Beppe KESSLER (NL),Bettina SPECKNER (DE),Birgit LAKEN (NL),Birgit WIE (AT),Carina CHITSAZ-SHOSHTARY (DE),Caroline ERTL (AT),Claudia RINNEBERG (DE),Dana HAKIM (IL),Daniel KRUGER (DE),Deborah RUDOLPH (DE),Deganit STERN SCHOCKEN (IL),Despo SOPHOCLEOUS (CA),Doris BETZ (DE),Elise HATLO (NO),Emma PRICE (AU),Esther KNOBEL (PL),Eva TESARIK (AT),Exposition/Exhibition,Farrah AL-DUJAILI (UK),Felix LINDNER (DE),Fiona HERMSE (UK),Florence LEHMANN (FR),Francis WILLEMSTIJN (NL),Francisca BAUZA (DE),Frederic BRAHAM (FR),Georg DOBLER (DE),Gisbert STACH (DE),Graziano VISINTIN (IT),Hanna LILJENBERG (SE),Helen BRITTON (AU),Henriette SCHUSTER (DE),Iacov AZUBEL (RA),Jacqui CHAN (NZ),Jamie BENNETT (US),Janna SYVANOJA (FI),Jens-Rudiger LORENZEN (DE),Jiri SIBOR (CS),Jorge MANILLA (MEX),Karen PONTOPPIDAN (DK),Karin Roy ANDERSSON (SE),Karin SEUFERT (DE),Katharina MOCH (DE),Katherine RICHMOND (UK),Kathryn PARTINGTON (UK),Katie GRUBER (UK),Katsura SASAKI (JP),Kiko GIANOCCA (CH),Kim BUCK (DK),KLINK (NO),Kristiina LAURITS (EE),Lisa BJORKE (SE),Liv BLAVARP (NO),Machteld van JOOLINGEN (NL),Margherita de MARTINO NORANTE (IT),Margit JASCHKE (DE),Mari ISHIKAWA (JP),Mari IWAMOTO (JP),Marta MATTSSON (SE),Martin PAPCUN (CS),Mia MALJOJOKI (FI),Michelle KRAEMER (Lx),Mikaela LYONS (UK),Mikiko MINEWAKI (JP),Nedda EL-ASMAR (BE),Nina SAJET (NL),Octavia COOK (AU),Pavel OPOCENSKY (CS),Pernilla PERSSON (SE),Peter VERMANDERE (BE),Petra ZIMMERMAN (AT),Philip SAJET (NL),Ramon PUIG CUYAS (ES),Rebecca HANNON (DE),Ritsuko OGURA (JP),Ruudt PETERS (NL),Salon,Sanna SVEDESTEDT (SE),SCHMUCK (DE),Sigurd BRONGER (NO),Silke FLEISCHER (BE),Sungho CHO (KR),Tamsin LEIGHTON-BOYCE (UK),Tanel VEENRE (EE),Tore SVENSSON (SE),Toril BONSAKSEN (NO),Unk KRAUS (DE),Ursula GUTTMANN (AT),Viktoria MUNZKER (SK/AT),Willy Van De VELDE (BE),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 23:14

This year 665 applications reached us from all over the world. Dr. Karl Bollmann was invited as juror for Schmuck 2012. He selected 65 jewellery artists. His statement about the jury will be published in the catalogue Schmuck 2012.

Selected artists:

Iacov Azubel (AR), Jamie Bennett (USA), Doris Betz (DE), Alexander Blank (DE), Liv Blåvarp (NO), Frédéric Braham (FR), Helen Britton (AU), Sigurd Bronger (NO), Kim Buck (DK), Jacqui Chan(NZ), Sungho Cho (KR), Octavia Cook (NZ), Georg Dobler (DE), Kiko Gianocca (CH), Lisa Gralnick (USA), Ursula Guttmann (AT), Rebecca Hannon (USA), Mielle Harvey (USA), Mari Ishikawa (JP), Margit Jäschke (DE), Svenja John (DE), Machteld van Joolingen (NL), Beppe Kessler (NL), Sabine Klarner (DE), Beate Klockmann (DE), Esther Knobel (IL), Daniel Kruger (ZA), Birgit Laken (NL), Kristiina Laurits (EE), Florence Lehmann (FR), Lieglein Grandpa Wooley (DE), Felix Lindner (DE), Xiao Liu (CN), Jana Machatová (SK), Mia Maljojoki (FI), Jorge Manilla (MX), Margherita de Martino Norante (IT), Mikiko Minewaki (JP), Nazumi Nagano (JP), Ritsuko Ogura  (JP), Karla Olšáková (CS), Pavel Opocensky (CS), Martin Papcun (CS), Kathryn Partington (UK), Francesco Pavan (IT), Ruudt Peters (NL), Karen Pontoppidan (DK), Ramon Puig Cuyàs (ES), Philip Sajet (NL), Katsura Sasaki (JP), Pedro Sequeira (PT), Karin Seufert (DE), Jiri Sibor  (CS), Despo Sophocleous (CA), Bettina Speckner (DE), Gisbert Stach (DE), Tore Svensson (SE), Janna Syvanoja (FI), Carine Terreblanche (ZA), Catherine Truman (AU), Tanel Veenre (EE), Graziano Visintin (IT), Francis Willemstijn (NL), Petra Zimmermann (AT).

 

Klassiker der Schmuck 2012
Jens Rüdiger Lorenzen, Deutschland

This year there will be a retrospective exhibition of the work of a « Modern Classic » designer. In 2012 the chosen designer is the German goldsmith Jens Rüdiger Lorenzen. Together with Francesco Pavan, Lorenzen was the first goldsmith to be awarded the Herbert Hofmann Prize, back in 1973. The award presentation ceremony, which this year is being held on Saturday, 17 March 2012, is always one of the highlights at SCHMUCK. Lorenzen, who was born in 1942 in Hagen, Westphalia, taught at the « Staatliche Zeichenakadamie » in Hanau from 1974 to 1985, while also acting as a visiting lecturer at the « Hochschule für Gestaltung » in Pforzheim, at which college he then, in 1985, took up an appointment as a professor. He continued to teach there in the jewellery design department until retiring in 2008.

SCHMUCK 2012 – Munich (DE) 14-20 mars 2012 – PROGRAMME dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE)Jens Rüdiger Lorenzen - Silber mit Pergament

 

 

After the Internationale Handwerksmesse, SCHMUCK will as usual be setting off abroad, this time to Valencia in Spain. Each year since 2006 the exhibition has been hosted in a range of countries, among them Australia (RMIT Gallery, Melbourne), Great Britain (Birmingham City University), Poland (Municipal Art Gallery, Lódz), Italy (Oratorio di San Rocco, Padua), the US (Museum of Arts and Design, New York) and the French town of Cagnes-sur-Mer (Espace Solidor).

 

FAIR PLAN

 

 Programme

Wednesday, 14. March 2012
11 Uhr
GEDOKFormART 2011, Klaus Oschmann Preis, Preisträgerinnen: Michaela Kirchner, Gabriele von Lehsten, Maria Verburg und 18 weitere Künstlerinnen der GEDOK galerieGEDOKmuc, Elisabethstraße 13 RG, 80796 München  – 14.-20.3. — 11-19 Uhr und nach Vereinbarung — Tel. 089 24290725

Preisträgerinnen: Michaela Kirchner, Gabriele von Lehsten, Maria Verburg, Kerstin Becker, Barbara Butz, Susanne Elstner, Elke Fischer, Barbara Hattrup, Barbara Heigert und Cornelia Moebs, Katja Höltermann, Christiana Joeckel, Traudel Lindauer, Angelika Link, Elvira Martens, Daniela Osterrieder, Ulrike Scriba,
Martina Sigmund-Servetti, Margit Tabel, Monika Vesely, Hanni Weber, Elke Wolf.

gedok-form-art

 

17-20 Uhr Steirischer Umtrunk, kunst.wirt.schaft  –  Graz bei KASU, Theresienstr. 19 (Eingang Fürstenstraße) – Fremde Federn-Wortschmuck nach einem Text von Clemens J.
Setz. Schmuckarbeiten von 36 internationalen Künstlern, 14.-16.3 Do, Fr 11-19 Uhr,
Tel. 0043 6644631253 und 0043 6991212 0590

VundV1-1024x711 dans Akiko KURIHARA (JP)

18 Uhr Neo Materialista, Unk Kraus, Claudia Rinneberg
Galerie Artefakt, www.artefakt-muenchen.de, Hans-Sachs-Str. 13, 80469 München.
14 Mars-14 avril – Mo-Fr 11-19; Sa 11-15 Uhr

unkKraus dans Alexander BLANK (DE)Unk Kraus - Blüten-Folien-Kolliers

18 Uhr Living room, www.hotdock.sk, Concept of big brother phenomenon transformed into creative process / Live process of creation and installation of jewellery objects is opened to the audience with live stream internet presentation — 14.-17.3. 11-18 Uhr

Mini Artist-Residency will be comprised of 8 professional young artists from Slovakia. They will create a collective art stage as their adaptation to Munich Schmuck context.  Artists:    Mária Nepšinská – Jan Guga – Hanka Polívková – Slávka Ondrušová – Pavol Prekop – Kristýna Španihelová – Andrea Ďurianová – Rudolf Rusňák – Tatiana Warenichová – Jan Michalisko

19 Uhr « 151″ – neue Schmuckideen von Akiko Kurihara & Mari Iwamoto, Akiko Kurihara, Mari Iwamoto  –  Micheko Galerie, www.micheko.com, Theresienstr. 18, 80333 München.  — 14.-18.3. Do-Sa 11-19, So 11-16 Uhr, Tel 089 38169388

Akiko%20Kurihara_ring%20ring_18Kgold_silver925 dans Allemagne (DE)

Akiko Kurihara - ring ring – 18Kgold, silver925

Ring, Mari IwamotoMari Iwamoto - ring

19 Uhr „4D Zeitgenössischer Schmuck“, Alena Hesounova, Lucie Houdkova, Karla Olsakova, Katerina Rezacova  –  Tschechisches Zentrum, Prinzregentenstraße 7, 80538 München.
14 Mars-13 Avril Do-Fr 10-17,  — Sa 10-14, So 12-16, ab 19.3. Mo-Do 10-17, Fr 10-16 Uhr — Tel. 089 21024932

4D_Talk_Munich_blog dans Anna TALBOT (NO)

21 Uhr Schmuck-Show 2012, Schmuck braucht den Körper! Auftaktevent unter Mitwirkung von Künstlern und Galerien, die während der kommenden Tage in München ausstellen — Konzeption: Olga Zobel Biro und Kinga Zobel
MaximiliansForum, Passage für interdisziplinäre Kunst, Fußgängerunterführung in der Maximilianstraße/ Ecke Altstadtring, 80539 München. www.maximiliansforum.de

“Schmuck-Show 2012” is a jewellery presentation with professional models, set in an exceptional light and sound design. With the cooperation of several artists who exhibit their works at different places in Munich during these ‘Jewellery Days’, on the evening before the start of the trade fair jewellery is being presented directly on the body. The jewellery stirs emotions and prompts diverse conversations. At the bar, artists, jewellery lovers and laymen meet; there is room for an animated exchange. The project has been initiated by Olga Zobel Biro

Akihiro IkeyamaMobile Gallery Eine mobile Ausstellung auf einem Fahrrad — 14.-19.3.
Informationen zu den Haltestellen: www.akihiroikeyama.com

m11 dans Arek WOLSKI (PL)a travelling exhibition of jewellery pieces displayed in a bicycle trailer.

M6 dans Beate KLOCKMANN (DE)Akihiro Ikeyama Schmuckobjekte

Thursday, 15. March 2012
11-18 Uhr I am sorry, there’s no group, curated by Peter Vermandere, Merte Van de Perre, Reverend R.T. Ampee, Dave Renpermeter,  –  Schraudolphstr. 16, 80799 München.  — 15.- 18.3. 11-18 Uhr, Tel. 0032 486759470

uitnod1 dans Beppe KESSLER (NL)

12 Uhr Life’s a bench: meddle, Fiona Hermse, Tamsin Leighton-Boyce, Mikaela Lyons, Katharina Moch, Katherine Richmond, Elena Ruebel plus three guests Farrah Al-Dujaili, Kathryn Partington, Fliss Quick  –  Galerie im Raum, Herzog-Rudolfstr.9 — Do-Sa 12-18, So 12-14 Uhr

 meddle dans Bettina SPECKNER (DE)

blog dans Birgit LAKEN (NL)
blog dans Birgit WIE (AT)
%27Constellations%27+Brooch dans Carina CHITSAZ-SHOSHTARY (DE)

13-18 Uhr Playlist, Doris Betz und Henriette Schuster, — Geschäft, Rothmundstr. 6, 80337 München. www.henrietteschuster.com –  Do, Fr, So 13-18 Uhr,  — Tel. 0174 3263647

haus dans Caroline ERTL (AT)Henriette Schuster« Haus » – gold – 2004

13-18 Uhr MURMURation, Silke Fleischer, Adam Grinovich, Dana Hakim, Hanna Joris, Jorge Manilla, Peter Vermandere, downstairs, Ulo Florack, Caroline von Steinau-Steinrück, in the car, Stephen Gallagher, Willy van de Velde  — Frauenstr. 36, 80469 München — 15.-18.3 -Tel. 0179 2047433

Pinned Image

15-20 Uhr A flock of pillars on parade, Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary, Emma Price, Barbara Schrobenhauser — Seidl villa Nicolaiplatz 1b, 80802 München. 16.-18.3.  — Tel. 0179 8223311

pk-pillars dans Claudia RINNEBERG (DE)

 dans Dana HAKIM (IL)‘Bridal’ (necklace) by Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary

16 Uhr Beetlemania, Christina Köhler, Melanie Nützel, Renate Scholz, Christina Weck, — Studio K162 Renate Scholz, Klugstr. 162 (U1 Gern). — 15.-18.3. Do-Sa 16-21, So 12-18 Uhr

16 Uhr Bodenstation, Katharina Baur, Jasmin Hess, Susanne Kunz, Sabine Roth, Caroline Weiss. — Gartensalon, Türkenstr. 90, 80799 München. — 15.-18.3.

17-19 Uhr Katalogpräsentation Einen Fehler machen, alle Fehler machen, ordentlich Fehler machen, Stephanie Müller, Klaus Erich Dietl, Masayo Oda, Gülcan Turna, Mari Ishikawa, Mirei Takeuchi — Kunstarkaden, www.muenchen.de/kunstarkaden Sparkassenstr. 3, 80331 München – 22.2.-24.3-

17 Uhr 3stations. www.3stations.de ,
The Sound of Silver & Brooches para las Chicas, Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.
Galerie Elsa Barenyi Welserstr.1, 81373 München. — 15.-18.03. — Tel. 0032 485434390

 dans Daniel KRUGER (DE)

What’s in a Frame? Gisbert Stach, Jorge Manilla, Ursula Guttmann, Deganit Stern Schocken, Nedda El-Asmar, Arek Wolski and many friends, Welserstr. 15, 81373 München. — Tel. 089 88901319

 dans Deborah RUDOLPH (DE)Arek Wolski

Pin up, Lisa Björke, Francisca Bauzá, Märta Mattsson, Deborah Rudolph, Nina Sajet,
Welserstr. 29a, 81373 München. — Tel. 0046 722127970

 dans Deganit STERN SCHOCKEN (IL)

17-21 Uhr In the Forest 2012, Hanna Liljenberg, Pernilla Persson, Sanna Svedestedt, Karin Roy AnderssonSchwedische Kirche, Schwanthalerstr. 60, 80336 München. — Entrance from the inner court yard, second floor, — 16.-18.3.  — Tel. 0046 703303379

Pinned Image

17-22 Uhr Francisca Bauzá und Isabell Schaupp,
Schmuckgalerie Tal20, Tal 20, 80331 München. www.galerie-tal20.de –  15.-19.3.

17-19 Uhr Maß und Zahl, Babette von Dohnanyi — Schlegelschmuck, Nordendstr. 7a Eingang Ecke Adalbertstr., 80799 München. www.schlegelschmuck.de — 16.-18.3. — Tel. 089 2710071

17-21 Uhr Totem on the Sideline, Alexander Blank  –  Galerie Artikel3, Luisenstr. 68, 80798 München — 16.-18.3.  – Tel.0049 17662072099

 dans Despo SOPHOCLEOUS (CA)Alexander Blank

18 Uhr KL!NK from Norway, Anna Talbot, Elise Hatlø, Runa Vethal Stølen, Anne Leger, Toril Bonsaksen, Helena Linkosuonio, Hedda Bjerkeli, Kjetil Aschim, Trond Johansen, Ingrid Holand, Benedicte Lyssand and Silje Bergsvik, www.klinkmetall. — Boque auf Croque, Sonnenstr. 22, 2nd floor, 80331 München. –  Initiated by Norwegian Association for Arts & Crafts, — 16.-19.3.

Klink-invitasjon-299x300 dans Doris BETZ (DE)Pinned Image

b5 dans Elise HATLO (NO)b0-e1331961838280 dans Emma PRICE (AU)Elise Hatlø

photoHelena J. Linkosuonio‘s work (left) -  Benedicte Lyssand‘s work (right). The artist group KL!NK (klinkmetall.no/) exhibited in Munchen during Schmuck. Photo: André Gali

 

18 Uhr No Stone unturned, Volker AtropsAntiquariat Dieter Zipprich, Zieblandstr. 2, 80799 München — 15.3.-5.4. — Mo-Fr 11-13,14-18.30 Uhr

Buchpräsentation (BOOK presentation), Eine Auswahl von Schmuckereignissen zur Zeit der Internationalen Handwerksmesse – Events related to Jewellery during the International Trade Fair –  So.18.3. 16-18 Uhr – Tel. 089 52059553, Tel. 01577 3443578

18.30 Uhr GLEE, Lisa Walker, — Galerie Biro, Zieblandstr.19, 80799 München www.galerie-biro.de,
17.3.-28.4. — Sonderöffnungszeiten 16.-18.03. 11-18 Uhr

18.30 Uhr slanted for granted, Nicole Beck, Melanie Isverding, Despo Sophocleous, –
Projektraum J. Baumeister, Georgenstr. 66, 80799 München. — 16.-18.3.

19 Uhr A in R, Nine London Makers: Riccardo Bovo, Isabelle Busnel, Dan Hilldrup, Mara Irsara, Elisabeth Auriol Peers, Maria Piana, Marina Skia, Luca Eszter Rományi, Deborah Werbner –
84 GHz Kultur im Keller, Georgenstr. 84, 80799 München, www.84GHz.de — 15.-18.3. — Tel. 089 30637911

19 Uhr 8together! Zwei Wiener Schmuckkollektive- schmuckstelle & STOSSimHIMMEL präsentieren ihre neuesten Arbeiten. Claudia Steiner, Katie Gruber, Katharina Schmid, Eva Tesarik, Caroline Ertl, Michelle Kraemer, Viktoria Münzker, Birgit Wie. — Galerie GestalterBund, Holzstr. 22, 80469 München. — 15.-18.3.

8together%21+einladung dans Esther KNOBEL (PL)

 

Friday , 16. March 2012
11 Uhr ABECEDARIUM von Peter Bauhuis, Buchpräsentation (BOOK presentation)  mit einer Fotoarbeit von Katharina Gaenssler,  — Einführung durch Liesbeth den Besten, — Galerie Handwerk, Max- Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München. — Tel. 089 595584

11-18 Uhr Carl Weishaupt – Florian Biehler, zehn Generationen Silberschmiede in München –
Promenadenplatz 13, 80333 München. — 16.-17.3. — Fr, Sa 10-18 Uhr

11-13 Uhr Suspended, curated by Laura Bradshaw. Works by Farrah Al-Dujaili, Karin Roy Andersson, Luz Arias, Laura Bradshaw-Heap, Alice Bo-Wen Chang, Melanie Codarin White, Andrea Coderch, Joana Cunha, Michelle Kraemer, Robert Longyear, Natalia Macia Bove, Margherita de Martino Norante, Rhona McCallum, Laura McGrath, Geraldine Nishi, Jo Pond, Rebecca Skeels, Jessica Turrell, Anna Helena Van De Pol de Deus –  Studio Gabi Green, Gollierstr.17, 80339 München. — 14.-18.3. Tel. 089 54030254

Suspended,+munich+germany dans Eva TESARIK (AT)

12 Uhr BAVARIAN feat DK, Florian Buddeberg, Anna Maria Eichlinger, Annette Dam, Marie-Louise Kristensen — Bergmannstr. 28, 80339 München. — 16.-19.3. — Fr 12-14, Sa 9.30-13, So 13-16, Mo 9-13 Uhr

16-18 Uhr Returning to the Jewel is a Return from Exile, Nr. 5, Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch, Gerd Rothmann, kuratiert von Galerie Biro, Einsäulensaal der Münchner Residenz, Residenzstr. 1, 80333 München — 17.-18.3.

Eins%C3%A4ulenM%C3%A4rz12 dans Exposition/Exhibition

16-18 Uhr Aperitivo, hoffertig, Christiane Förster, Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts, Brescia galleria@maurerzilioli.com, bei Kunstbüro reillplast, Amalienstr. 21, 80333 München. post@reillplast.de — 15.-18.3. — Do-So 10-19 Uhr, — Tel. 089 38903538

16 Uhr Nora Rochel: Neuen Schmuck, — Almstadt Schmuck, Reichenbachstr. 25, 80469 München.
16.-18.3 –  Tel. 089 12555761

17-18 Uhr meet the artist, Künstlergespräch mit Michael Becker,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe- Verein e.V., Galerie für Angewandte Kunst, www.kunsthandwerk-bkv.de, Pacellistr. 6-8, 80333 München

17-19 Uhr Aperitivo, Two installations, Elisabeth Altenburg, Wolfgang Rahs,
Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts, Brescia, galleria@maurerzilioli.com, bei Galerie Jordanow, Fürstenstr. 11, 80333 München. jordanow@galerie-jordanow.de, — 15.-18.3. — Do-So 10-19 Uhr, — Tel. 0160 5535795

17-19 Uhr Wittenbrink zeigt SchmuckSimon Cottrell, Mielle Harvey and Wittenbrink Charms, by 14 Contemporary Jewellery Artists WittenbrinkFuenfHoefe, www.galeriewittenbrink. de, Theatinerstr.14, 80333 München. — 17.-24.3. 10-19 Uhr, — Tel. 089 25541933

18 Uhr Seltene Erden, Rike Bartels, Laurenz Stockner, — Galerie Isabella Hund, Frauenplatz 13, 80331 München. www.isabella-hund.de, — 16.3.-7.4. — Mo-Fr 11-14, 15-19, Sa 11-16 Uhr

18-21 Uhr Dialogue 12, Petra Bishai, Laura Cave, Sophie Hall, Elsa Hedberg, Buddug Wyn Humphreys, Maarit Liukkonen, Vicky King, Therese Morch-Jorgensen, Paolo Scura, Margot Sevadjian, Ana Simoes, Rachel Terry, Timothy Information Limited — Kunstgießerei München, Schleißheimerstr. 72, 80797 München with 84GHz, www.84GHz.de, 16.-18.3. — Tel. 089 30637911

18 Uhr Ruudt Peters – Corpus und 30 Jahre Galerie Spektrum
Doris Betz, Helen Britton, Attai Chen, Anton Cepka, Saskia Detering, Georg Dobler, Iris Eichenberg, Jürgen Eickhoff, Kyoko Fukuchi, Thomas Gentille, Herman Hermsen, Mari Ishikawa, Rian de Jong, Vered Kaminski, Esther Knobel, Winfried Krüger, Florence Lehmann, Stefano Marchetti, Suska Mackert, Mia Maljojoki, Nanna Melland, Ted Noten, Ruudt Peters, Karen Pontoppidan, Marianne Schliwinski, Peter Skubic, Graziano Visintin, Arek Wolski, — Theresienstr.46, 80333 München. – 16.3.-28.4. Sa 11-14, –
So 13-18, Mo 13-19 Uhr, — Tel. 089-284590

19 Uhr Vernissage Ädellab – The State of Things. Konstfack Stockholm. Schmuck.
Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, Barerstr. 40, Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München. www.die-neue-sammlung.de — 17.3.-29.4. — Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 Uhr, –
Tel. 089 2727250 und 089 23805360

IMG_3849-300x225 dans Farrah AL-DUJAILI (UK)

 

Saturday, 17. March 2012
15 Uhr Everyone‘s a winner! Neue Messe München Halle A1, Schmuckbar, Bekanntgabe der Hauptpreise der Schmucktombola der Klasse Otto Künzli, www.schmuckklasse.de — Kunstakademie München  –
Neue Messe München Halle A1, Aktionsbühne

15.30 Uhr „hello“, Buchpräsentation mit Alexandra Bahlmann,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein

16 Uhr Talente-Preis Verleihung
16 Uhr Neuerscheinungen von ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers: Peter Bauhuis- ABECEDARIUM, Liesbeth den Besten-On Jewellery, Tanel Veenre-Castle in the Air
17 Uhr Herbert-Hofmann-Preis Verleihung
19 Uhr Goldschmiedetreffen, Augustinerkeller, Arnulfstr. 52, 80335 München. www.augustinerkeller.de
Tel. 089 594393

 

 

Sunday, 18.March 2012 
10-14 Uhr
Sonderöffnung Die Renaissance des Emaillierens – Internationaler Schmuck und Gerät, — Galerie Handwerk, www.hwk-muenchen.de/galerie, Max-Joseph- Str. 4, 80333 München.
Tel. 089 595584

Francesco Pavan
Francesco Pavan

11 Uhr Lecture by Marjan Unger: Freedom has its limitations. Jewelry now, seen from a Dutch perspective,
Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium, Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, www.die-neue-sammlung.de, Barerstr.40,
Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München.
Tel. 089 2727250 u. 089 23805360

11-17 Uhr Sonderöffnung Michael Becker – Bewegung und Farbe,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe- Verein e.V., Galerie für Angewandte Kunst, www.kunsthandwerk-bkv.de, Pacellistr. 6-8, 80333 München.
14-15 Uhr Galerieführung mit Michael Becker,
Tel. 089 2901470

13-16 Uhr meet the artists Baculum, Helena Lehtinen, Eija Mustonen, Karen Pontoppidan, Miro Sazdic, Nelli Tanner, Tarja Tuupanen,
Deutsches Jagd und Fischerei Museum,
Neuhauserstr. 2, 80331 München.
Täglich 9.30-17 Uhr

14-17 Uhr Mia Maljojoki: Crossing the Line, Performance, Installation in Zusammenarbeit mit Monica Gomis, Judith Hummel, Eduardo Navarro, Mimosa Pale und anderen. In Kooperation mit Galerie Spektrum. — MaximiliansForum, Passage für interdisziplinäre Kunst, Fußgängerunterführung in der Maximilianstr./Ecke Altstadtring, 80539 München

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16-19 Uhr Vernissage Français Jewellery From Words: Collectif GLA, Galatée Pestre, Laurence Verdier et Aude Medori, — Institut Français, www.institutfrancais.de, Kaulbachstr. 13, 80539 München.
18.-20.3. So 10-19, — Mo, Di 11-18 Uhr, — Tel. 089 28662836 fly+recto+schmuck dans Felix LINDNER (DE)

und außerhalb der Stadt: Nisslmüller-Skubic, — Galerie Anna Pirk, Seestr. 24, 83700 — Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee, Tel. 08022-1884222, www.anna-pirk.de, — 13.3.-24.3. –
Di-Sa 11-19 Uhr oder nach Vereinbarung, Eröffnung Samstag, 10.3. ab 17 Uhr

 

 

 

 

Schmuck 2012
Willy Brandt Allee 1
Messegelände
81829 – Munich – Germany

website: www.hwk-muenchen.de
mail: eva.sarnowski@hwk-muenchen.de

Telephone: 0049 89 5119 248
Fax: 00 49 89 5119 245

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

21/06/2011

EXPO ‘Machteld van Joolingen: It’s only temporary’ – Galerie Louise Smit, Amsterdam (NL) – 19 Juin-23 Juill. 2011

Machteld van Joolingen : It’s only temporary

 ‘It’s only temporary’
What we experience as time is nothing more than the conception that most events are not reversible. G. Krol

 

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What remains and what disappears? The image, form, material and meaning – everything is subject to a change. Most of it vanishes in the end.
My discovery of plastic bags as a material is rather recent.
The colour, the shine and the many kinds of plastic contained in the plastic bags have seduced me to do several series of melting experiments. I started with cutting the plastic bags into small pieces, melting them in the oven and then taking them out to press them into a mould.
At a later stage I have relised that for the ultimate result, it is much better to work without a mould, and concentrate on the pure material – the melted plastic.
Currently, I sometimes stitch the pieces together before puting them in the oven. I try to influence the outcome during the melting process. For this I take the piece out of the oven, rearrange the plastic and put it back again. This may happen several times during the baking process. I also try to influence the colour palette of the plastic although this may not lead to the indented result. The key moment is when to take the piece out of the oven; a difference of few seconds could result in totally different outcome. The experience of unpredictability and chance excites me.
I also value the fact that many friends collected the plastic bags for me and jointly we are aiding a recycling process. Ugly bags may lead to beautifull results and vice versa.
From the melted material I select those pieces that have expressiveness and shape the story into my jewellery pieces. These pieces might carry reference to traditional jewelery, for it is tradition that delicately balances between temporary and eternal.

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Machteld van Joolingen- Brooch

EXPO ‘Machteld van Joolingen: It's only temporary’ - Galerie Louise Smit, Amsterdam (NL) - 19 Juin-23 Juill. 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition
Machteld van Joolingen- Brooch ‘busy brooch’  2011 – silver | plastic

 dans Gal. Louise Smit (NL)
Machteld van Joolingen- Brooch ‘yellow bird’ 2011 – silver | plastic

 dans Hollande (NL)
Machteld van Joolingen – ring – silver, plastic – 2011

 

 

 

Galerie Louise Smit
Prinsengracht 615,
1016 HT Amsterdam – Netherlands
tel (020) 625 98 98
fax (020) 428 02 16
gls@xs4all.nl

20/08/2010

EXPO ‘I Care A Lot – Opening’ – Gallery Platina, Stockholm (Sweden) – 2 Sept.-2 Oct. 2010

A Portable Discussion about current issues in the Middle East.
42 juried jewellery artists from 22 countries showing work on the conflict

 Why jewelry?
« Jewelry is an intimate art medium within the private and the public space which offers a personal relationship and an encounter between the wearer ,the viewer audience and the actual jewelry. It is an invitation to start a conversation and it can make a meeting possible. The body is a portable show case and the wearer chooses what and how to exhibit on him/her. Jewelry express the wearer character and sense of humor, it acts as an extension to the wearer personality, indicating his/her group of belonging, it is asking questions or claiming its opinion about the reality in which we live in, about our society, our surrounding and ourselves« 

The project aim is to raise discussion about current issues in the Middle East through an international art exhibition in which jewellery is the chosen media.
42 pieces of artists from 22 countries were selected independently by five international jury members – experts in their fields of studies and practice: Dr. Otto von Busch (Sweden) – Fashion Activist, Love Jonsson (Sweden) – Craft Critic, Prof’ Vered Kaminski (Israel) – Jewellery Artist, Shari Pierce (USA, Germany) – Jewellery Artist, Dr. Nada Shabout (USA,Qatar) – Art Historian

Cause We Care.
The region’s history and present are seeded with continuous violent national, ethnic and other conflicts. In many aspects the Middle East is considered to be one of the most sensitive and unstable regions in the world; strategically, economically, politically, culturally and religiously. It is located in the center of the international politics agenda. Its historical role, its huge reserves of crud oil and its significance for the three largest monotheist religions are usually taken as reasons for the world’s ardent interest in the region. But the attitude towards the Middle East has pasted the point of a keen interest in world affairs. By now it seems clear that the Middle East is perceived, especially by consumers of Western media, as the place where world dramas converge, or – more accurately – collide. It is almost the opposite of the Bermuda Triangle: everything that happens there pops up on our radars.
What is the Middle East? What is the source of our attraction to it? Is it just that it happens to be the most eventful place on earth? What is the nature of our commitment to effecting the future of the region? Do we really care about what goes on there? Do we really care about what goes on anywhere that is elsewhere? Do we care about the Middle East in a way similar to the way we care about how people look at us? Do we care about it the way we care about what people see in us?


Artists : Adam Grinovich, Ana Morais Caldas, Anna Williams, Vivi Touloumidi, Annette Dam, Barbara Deriemaeker, Beatrice Brovia, Burcu Buyukunal, Caitlin Wood, Chloé Durand, Claire Baloge, Dalya Israeli, Deganit Stern Schocken, Einat Leader, Ela Bauer, Ella Wolf, Filomena Praça , Frida Åberg, Gular Mustafa, Hannah Joris, Iacov Azubel, Ingrid Römmich & Veronika Schmid, Jan Turzo, Katja Prins, Kristina Lugonja, Loukia Richards, Malaika Najem, Marieke Van Diepen, Melanie Georgacopoulos, Michal Oren, Michelutti Flavia Eleonora, Midori Ikeda, Miri Admoni, Noga Hadad, Nuria Briones Perez, Sally Von Bargen, Mervat Hakroosh & Rotem Lewinsohn, Tamara Navama, Teresa Milheiro, Ulla Ahola, Machteld Van Joolingen, Vered Babai,

EXPO 'I Care A Lot - Opening' - Gallery Platina, Stockholm (Sweden) - 2 Sept.-2 Oct. 2010 dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) Jan_TurzoRotem_Mervat dans Annette DAM (DK)
 Jan Turzo - ‘Division’ – Slovakia – 2009
Rotem Lewinsohn & Mervat Hakroosh -  Forbidden Love – Israel, 2010 

Sally_Von_Bargen dans Barbara DERIEMAEKER (BE)Vered dans Beatrice BROVIA (IT)
Sally Von Bargen – Elegy USA, 2008
Vered Babai - Pinched Rings – Israel, 2010

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Claire Baloge (FR) -  Camel dung, gold leaf, silk (collier en crottes de chameau … j’adore !!)

« I have chosen to use camel dung, because  it’s shape and color. Although the use of camel dung in jewelry may provoke it also links: in those (not so) far-away countries, many people are still using these animals, and their excrement, in daily life, while some others, a few miles away , are smoking the cigars of the oil business. I have chosen to use gold because gold is the referential measurement on which the whole world economy is founded. It remains a major symbol for jewelry, almost everywhere around the world. While camels are traditionally emblems of the noble class, in the nomad society, a clear mark of wealth and importance. It seems to be two different temporalities, which are still sharing the same space, coexisting in the same territories. »

Machteld dans Burcu BUYUKUNAL (TR)
Machteld Van Joolingen – The Line

Gallery Platina
Odengatan 68,
Stockholm, Sweden
http://www.platina.se/Pressrelease/Icarealot_press.html
See more www.icarealot.me 

17/08/2010

Unusual SHOP : « In Stock » – goes to ASIA during Taiwan Designers’ Week 2010 – 3-12 Sept 2010

‘In Stock’ the jewellery pop-up store in a hardware shop coat is a blessed concept initiated by the three Dutch designers Ineke Heerkens, Jantje Fleischhut, Jeannette Jansen since 2009. This project of an unconventional display of contemporary jewellery design shows work, which lingers on the edge of design and art. Around seventy renowned international designers produce for this concept multiples in an edition of five – still mostly handmade.

In Stock pops up   Taiwan 2010

For the display, blister packaging on perforated wooden walls is used, price labels, cash register, a supermarket trolley at the entrance.

'In Stock' the jewellery pop-up store

After popping up in cities like Munich and Amsterdam, ‘In Stock’ is coming to Asia (Taipei) during the Taiwan Designers’ Week 2010 with the help of the two guest curators Yu-Chun Chen and Min-Ling Hsieh.

Unusual SHOP :

TAIWAN DESIGNERS’ WEEK – Sept.03 -Sept.12 in Taipei City

at FABRIK Creative Project Space
1F, No3, Ln31
Shaoxing N. St.
Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 100 – Taiwan
For more info please contact :
ineke_heerkens@planet.nl

jantje@jantjefleischhut.com
jj@jeannettejansen.com

participants : Annelies Planteijdt, Akiko Ban , Andrea Wagner, Anna Rikkinen, Beppe Kessler, Birgit Laken, Chequita Nahar, Claudio Bracco, Constanze Schreiber, Danni Schwaag, Dionea Rocha Watt, Doris Maninger, Ela Bauer, Eric Hu, Yun-Hsiang, Floor Mommersteeg, Gitte Nygard, Henriette Schuster, Hilde De Decker, Hsiu-Hsuan Huang, I Ting Wang, Ineke Heerkens, Jacomijn Van Der Donk, Jantje Fleischhut, Jeannette Jansen, Jorge Manilla, Julia Walter, Karin Seufert, Kathleen Janvier, Katja Prins, Kim Buck, Kuan Lin Liu, Lucia Massei, Lucy Sarneel, Luzia Vogt, Maaike Ebbinge, Machteld Van Joolingen, Manon Van Kouswijk, Maria Hees, Märta Mattsson, Mia Maljojoki, Mikiko Minewaki, Min-Ling Hsieh, Mirei Takeuchi, Monique Van Bruggen, Nanna Melland, Natalie Luder, Nina Helms, Noemie Doge , Pauline Wiertz, Pei-Chi Hung, Peter Hoogeboom, Ruudt Peters, Sarah Enoch, Sarah Mesritz, Sasson Kung, Silke Fleischer, Stefanie Condes, Stella Bierenbach, Susan Pietzsch, Susanne Klemm, Suska Mackert, Suzanne Van Oirschot, Szu-Min Kuo, Tabea Reulecke, Tanel Veenre, Atelier Ted Noten, Ting-Ting Tsao, Tomomi Arata, Ulrike Rapp, Ursula Woerner, Xiao Lin Cai, Yen-Yi Chen, Yu-Chun Chen.

Mirei Takeuchi, What’s Untitled, Neck jewelry, 2011, iron, steelMirei TAKEUCHI (JP) – Necklace

hsihsuan dans Andrea WAGNER (NL)
Hsiu-Hsuan HUANG – Hair Necklace

Szu-Min KUO - ‘Distortion’  RingSzu-Min KUO - ‘Distortion’  Ring

Kuan LIN LIU - ‘On the hill’ NecklaceKuan LIN LIU - ‘On the hill’ Necklace

   Floor MommersteegFloor MOMMERSTEEG (NL) – Brooch

Annelies Planteijdt - Beautiful city - white wings blue figure, 2009, necklace, 18ct gold, pigment, white baroque South Sea pearls - fase 1: 200 x 360 mm, fase 2: 120 x 320 mmAnnelies PLANTEIJDT (NL) – ‘Beautiful city’ Necklace

Jorge Manilla - ex-votos for a serial killerJorge MANILLA (Mex) – ‘ex votos for a serial killer’  Necklace

Jacomijn VAN DER DONK (NL) – ‘Penseelketting’ NecklaceJacomijn VAN DER DONK (NL) – ‘Penseelketting’ Necklace

Tomomi Arata - Brooch #1 - Silver, pearl, sand, enamel, drift coralTomomi ARATA -  Brooch

MIN-LING HSIEH-TAIWAN – ‘Take a break’ RingMin-Ling HSIEH – ‘Take a break’ Ring

Tanel Veenre extra light earrings from collection „Fruits of Paradise" - Pauline WIERTZ – Earrings
Tanel VEENRE – Earrings
Pauline WIERTZ – Earrings

PETER HOOGEBOOM-NL "one for the road" bracelet/containerPeter HOOGEBOOM – ‘One for the Road’ Bracelet-Container

ela dans Annelies PLANTEYDT (NL)danni dans Beppe KESSLER (NL)
Ela BAUER – Netted ring 
Danni SCHWAAG - Pearlsring

suzanne dans Birgit LAKEN (NL)
Suzanne VAN OIRSCHOT – ‘Tin Heroes’ Brooch

tinwang dans Chequita NAHAR (Surinam)
I Ting WANG - ‘Connection’ Brooch

mia dans Claudio BRACCO (IT)
 Mia MALJOJOKI- ‘Frozen fireworks’ Necklace

All images from 200 RINGS at Velvet da Vinci Gallery,
Jantje Fleischhut« Nylon Rings »

 BEPPE KESSLER-NL Beppe KESSLER - Collier

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Akiko Ban ring

More info: http://www.instock-taiwan.blogspot.com/

 

Ting-Ting TSAO – ‘Origami’ BroochTing-Ting TSAO – ‘Origami’ Brooch

« Metalsmiths » dreams come true – Peggy Hung & Ting Ting Tsao
Peggy Hung and Ting Ting Tsao , both graduates of Tainan National University of the Arts, are friends who decided to create their own brand following their studies in metalsmithing and jewellery design. The duo is now running an unusually playful label to release their artistic talents ………. The label « Bomb Metal & Fry Jewelry » (BMFJ) was established in 2005 and has been quickly emerging in Taipei as an innovative brand that excels in jewellery design and visual merchandising with a personal touch

 

 

 

For more info please contact
ineke_heerkens@planet.nl
jantje@jantjefleischhut.com
jj@jeannettejansen.com

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07/07/2010

COUP de … ROUGE at « I Care a Lot » EXPO online

 « I Care a Lot »  online exhibition

EXPO i care a lot

 icarealot is happy to announce about the opening of the exhibition at Platina Gallery, Stockholm : September 2nd, 2010.

More Great news! November 6th 2010 : Our third opening at Gallery Articula, Lisbon, Portugal ;)

 

COUP de ... ROUGE  at thumb445 dans Annette DAM (DK)
Ela Bauer (NL) ‘An’necklace -black & red thread

« This is a huge heart which actually is a huge knot. That is the key feeling in this work; a huge,  screaming (maybe bleeding..), knot- heart. The knot is such a paradoxical form; it consists of “one”, but through an action (of knotting) it becomes “two”, with a heart between them. At the same time it is the ground of endless processes which in themselves are not complex, but all together they create an unsolvable, knotted reality. An un-followable mass of actions and reactions. There is no wrong or right, just a complex, painful situation. » (Ela Bauer)

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Katja Prins (NL)-’Bound by Blood’ Necklace – 2007 – wooden beads, cotton

 » This necklace brings together and mixes various prayer-necklaces, which only differ in detail. Prayerbeads are being used in several religions and they all have their own systematical design. The beads stands for the different prayers and by following the beads you can’t loose track and count while you are praying. The Roman-Catholic church has the ‘rosary”, the Islam has the “tespi”,  Buddhism (Nichiren) has the “juzu”and Tibetan Buddhism has the “mala”. Nowadays we are living in a time of globalization. Worldwide people are connecting more and more, not only economically, but also politically and culturally. Borders are fading and people travel and migrate more than ever. Out of that comes integration of different cultures and religions. Partly because of the not always so very successful integration-policy of many countries, extremism in certain religions also flourishes, conflicts arise. With this/my interpretation of the prayer-necklace I want to bring together all  prayer-necklace and make 1 out of it all.  A contemporary blood red prayer necklace. In my opinion the religions don’t differ so much from one another, they differ mostly in details. That’s what I want to show with this necklace. By bringing together all the prayerbeads, symbolically I want to bring together the different religions and with that the people. The title “Bound by Blood” stands for the idea that on the inside we are all the same. It also refers to the many wars (and with that the shedding of a lot of blood) that have been fought in the name of religion » (Katja Prins (NL))

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Burcu Buyukunal (TR) -’Terrifying Beauty’ head piece – brass, cubic zirconia – Turkey, 2009

« My work is driven by conventions and societal norms relating to the body prevalent in history both past and present. Plastic surgery, alternative medicine, and ways of predicting the future are belief  systems whose underpinnings I am uncertain of. I use my work to illustrate my inability to reconcile the purposes, needs, and motives of these systems and the people who subscribe to them. As a fairly recent development in mass culture, plastic surgery is a system that suggests attaining beauty popularized by the media. ‘Terrifying Beauty’ focuses on the trends of cosmetic surgery, which  oftentimes impose the conception of Western Beauty, to question conventions of beauty and  challenge the function of jewelry as adornment. I created four pieces distorting the face in an unlikely way, contrasting and contradicting the purpose of traditional jewelry. I want my work to surprise and challenge people to inspire questioning. Suggesting something extreme, unusual, and irrational is one strategy to achieve this. I hope the viewer will immediately ask if they would or would not wear such pieces. I wanted to use gold first but it was expensive for me. So, I used brass that looks like gold in the photos. Then I noticed that material hierarchy was another convention. Thus, using brass supported my idea. My forms simply followed the function of each piece.« (Burcu Buyukunal)

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Iacov Azubel (Argentina) – ‘Maim’ ring – 2009 – Gold filled Silver – Plexiglas – Mobile Water -Air Bubble

« The water in the subject being treated, andcolor global warming » (Iacov Azubel (Argentina))

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Vivi Touloumidi (GR) – ‘wet’ necklace -  150 laminated tissues , black ink , tape, nylon

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Tamara Navama (Israel), 2010 -Bracelet -Aluminum, Copper, Epoxy – engraved, photo etching

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Sally Von Bargen (USA) – ‘Elegy’ Necklace – Brass, paper, digital photos

« ‘Elegy’ honors the individual men and women who left homes … travelled to Iraq for war and died there. It is about the pain of loss and lies, etched with the words, « lies brought this lament – this elegy of truth – these lost treasures.
Elegy is a monumental neck-piece consisting of over 4200 digital portraits. Each portrait shows one American man or woman who lost life in Iraq during the Bush presidency. Using public  records for the names and photos of the fallen, if no portrait was available a silhouette was used to represent the lost life. Each Elegy portrait is printed on acid-free paper, which was chosen for its workability. The prints were mounted on an intermediate paper layer and sandwiched back-to-back to form a simple 1.5cm x 3cm link.  The links were connected by brass rings and formed into 70 strands which terminate at brass disk. The disc is etched with the words, “lies brought this lament – this elegy of truth -these lost treasures. » (Sally Von Bargen)

 

 

online exhibition : Adam GrinovichAna Morais CaldasAnna WilliamsAnnette Dam – Barbara DeriemaekerBeatrice BroviaBurcu Buyukunal–  Caitlin WoodChloé DurandClaire BalogeDalya IsraeliDeganit Stern SchockenEinat LeaderEla Bauer – Ella Wolf Filomena Praça– Frida ÅbergGular MustafaHannah JorisIacov Azubel– Ingrid Römmich & Veronika SchmidtJan TurzoKatja Prinskristina LugonjaLoukia Richards– Malaika Najem Marieke Van DiepenMelanie GeorgacopoulosMichal OrenFlavia Michelutti — Eleonora Midori — Ikeda Miri AdmoniNoga HadadNuria Briones PerezSally Von BargenMervat Hakroosh & Rotem LewinsohnTamara NavamaTeresa Milheiro– Ulla AholaMachteld Van Joolingen Vered BabaiVivi Touloumidi

 

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09/06/2010

EXPO ‘LINGAM’ – Galerie du WCC-BF, Mons (Belgique) – 8 mai-22 aout 2010

EXPO 'LINGAM' - Galerie du WCC-BF, Mons (Belgique) - 8 mai-22 aout 2010 dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) n119554584726389_6290

« L’exposition LINGAM met en scène 121 interprétations d’un symbole ancestral de fertilité : le lingam.
Représentation symbolique du phallus et du dieu Shiva, le Lingam représente la force créatrice à la base de l’existence de tout l’univers. Dans les religions hindoue et bouddhique, c’est par le biais du lingam que l’on honore quotidiennement le dieu Shiva, la représentation phallique n’y est nullement mise en relation avec le sexe.
Dans la culture occidentale, le phallus évoque la sexualité et le plaisir. Alors qu’il fut un temps où le Christianisme et la culture judéo chrétienne mettaient également en avant la sexualité comme acte créateur positif. Depuis la séparation du corps et de l’esprit, cet aspect en a été banni et d’une référence sacrée, la sexualité est devenue un mal nécessaire.
Avec l’exposition LINGAM, son commissaire, le plasticien
Ruudt Peters (NL), désire rétablir cette signification initiale ainsi que sa dimension spirituelle.

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Udi Lagallina - Lingam et son yoni. Wood, gold, pearls, textile.

Partant de sa fascination pour le lingam dont il a découvert l’existence il y a dix ans lors de voyages en Asie du Sud-est, il a eut envie de proposer à des artistes et designers contemporains de créer un objet symbolisant la fertilité, chaque créateur interprétant le sujet en se basant sur sa propre sensibilité et sa perception personnelle du thème.
121 créations ont ainsi vu le jour et sont présentées dans une scénographie où la signification originelle du lingam est soulignée par la présentation des objets contemporains en compagnie de leurs modèles originaux. »

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Ruudt Peters – lingam

Ruudt-Peters dans Agnes LARSSON (SE)
Ruudt Peters – modern lingam

 

Après deux étapes particulièrement remarquées à Stockholm et Utrecht, l’exposition Lingam sera présente cet été aux anciens abattoirs de Mons où la Galerie du WCC-BF accueillera les œuvres des 121 créateurs, issus de 24 pays à travers le monde, qui se sont prêtés au jeu de la réinterprétation de ce symbole fort, à la fois si spécifique et universel.

Sam-Tho-Duong dans Alexander BLANK (DE)
 Sam Tho-Duong – Malebow. Gold strap. (photos by Rob Versluys)

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Alexander Blank – Rabbit  …..

Complete list of all the participating artists:
Alexander BlankAndi GutAgnes Larsson — Aurel Schiller — Anders Lagombra — Adam GrinovichBussi BuhsBrune BoyerBenjamin LignelCélio Braga — Carla Castiajo — Christiane Förster — Constanze Schreiber — Carla Nuis — Carolein Smit — Christoph Zellweger –  David BielanderDetlef Thomas — Dagmar Heeser — Daniel Kruger — David Huycke — David Taylor — Daniela Hedman — Erik Kuiper/Joana Meroz — Evert Nijland Estela Sàez Vilanova — Elisa Deval — Esther Knobel — Eija Mustonen — Esther Jiskoot — Frederic BrahamFlorence Lehmann — Fabrice Schaefer — Fredrik Ingemansson — Gie Luyten — Gunilla Bandolin — Gesine HackenbergGraziano VisintinHilde de Decker — Henriette Schuster — Helfried KodréHelena Lehtinen — Hedda Bjerkeli Helen BrittonHanna Hedman – Iris Bodemer — Ineke Heerkens — Iris Eichenberg — Ivar Björkman — Julia Walter — Joop Haring — Johanna Schweizer — Javier Moreno Frias Jorge ManillaJohanna DahmJulia TurnerKadri MälkKarin JohanssonKarl FritschKatja Prins — Kim Buck — Karen PontoppidanLuzia VogtLucy SarneelLisa Walker — Manfred Bischoff — Miro Sazdic — Manfred Nisslmüller — Manuel Vilhena — Monika Brugger Marc MonzoMachteld van Joolingen — Marian Bijlenga — Manon van Kouswijk — Marianne Schliwinski — Marcel Wanders — Mascha Moje — Michael Petry — Matt Stone — Nedda El-Asmar — Nanna Melland — Norman Weber — Nelli Tanner — Oliver Füting — Piret Hirv — Paul McClure — Petra Zimmerman — Peter Skubic — Pedro Sequeira — Peter Vermandere – Peter HoogeboomPaul Derrez Pavel Opocensky — Pornpilai & Jiradej- Meemalai — Rudee Tancharoen — Ramon Puig CuyasRuudt Peters — Ruud-Jan Kokke — Sigurd Bronger — Sergey Jivetin — Sofia BjörkmanSara Borgegård — Sophie Hanagarth — Studio Makkink&Bey — Suska Mackert — Sam Tho Duong — Sissi Westerberg — Tanel Veenre Thomas Gentille — Tobias Birgersson — Tarja TuupanenTerhi Tolvanen — Teja van Hoften — Ted Noten — Ulo Florack — Udi LagallinaVolker Atrops — Wolfgang Lieglein — Warwick Freeman — Yuka Oyama — Zeger Reyer — Gijs Bakker

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Constanze Schreiber - Pendant Bolislav - Fur, 18ct gold, lead - made for the exhibition Lingam

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Du 8 mai au 22 août 2010.

Exposition accessible du mardi au dimanche, de 12h00 à 18h00.
Fermé les lundis et jours fériés ainsi que les 29 et 30 mai 2010.

WCC-BF  (World Craft Council- Belgique Francophone)

Anciens abattoirs de Mons – Galerie du WCC-BF
Site des Anciens Abattoirs
17 – 02, Rue de la Trouille
B-7000 Mons (Belgique)
Tél. : +32-(0)65-84.64.67
Fax : +32-(0)65-84.31.22

20/03/2010

EXPO ‘Machteld van Joolingen – Fragnaments’, « Beyond Fashion » gallery, Antwerp/Anvers (BE), 11 mars – 24 avril 2010

Classé dans : Belgique (BE),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Machteld van JOOLINGEN (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 21:48

« Why does jewellery exist ? What does it mean to us ?
To me these are very important questions. In my work I endeavour to unveil something of the relationship between jewellery and its wearers. Notions like ritual, culture, gesture, and folklore are the sources of my work. »« The underlying basis of my work is the mystery versus known traditions and folklore. Combining past and present made me create steel jewellery with a vulnerable look  and in which a personal and universal imagery and vision is interwoven.
Inspired by different countries and cultures, patterns, textures and symbols are melted into new designs that result in jewellery with a new meaning and context. I also use images of news clips and place them in an intimate setting, in something wearable.  The work is made out of thin steel in which the ornaments or figures are etched in one or more layers resulting in a complex story of images. The pleasure in working with ornament and the technique of etching has naturally created a second series of simpler contemporary pieces called ‘Sier’ whereby the ornament or design element defines the image. » (
Machteld van Joolingen)

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 Machteld van Joolingen – ‘little boys’ mixed media piece
running afgan – metal piece

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(WCC-EUROPE AWARD 2005)

 

« Beyond Fashion » gallery
Pourbusstraat 7
2000 – Antwerp (Belgium)
Tel : +3232378541
mail: beyondfashion@antwerpen.be

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