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05/01/2014

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Monika Brugger - entre-06.jpg
Monika Brugger – « Entre deux » – SYSTÈME DE FIXATION / HOLDING SYSTEM
Broche vue de dos / Brooch view from the back
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Monika Brugger – entre-deux – Anneau de fixation en caoutchouc /Rubber ring for fixing. L’anneau de caoutchouc accroche la broche par l’intérieur du vêtement sur le tissu / The rubber ring fixes the brooch onto the fabric by the inside of the garment.

Isabelle Busnel developed jewellery around ideas of concavity and unusual forms of attachment using magnets and tension.  Her work is whimsical and innocent but has the ability to be very provocative if used properly (Sir John Cass School of Art Media and Design MA Degree Show 2010)Isabelle Busnel developed jewellery around ideas of concavity and unusual forms of attachment using magnets and tension.  Her work is whimsical and innocent but has the ability to be very provocative if used properly (Sir John Cass School of Art Media and Design MA Degree Show 2010) Isabelle Busnel - FRANCE/UK  "Isabelle developed jewellery around ideas of concavity and unusual forms of attachment using magnets and tension.  Her work is whimsical and innocent but has the ability to be very provocative if used properly.  A playful poke at two ways jewellery can function.  She mostly works in enameled copper and steel but there were two fascinating brooches with wonderful play of inside and outside made of silver. I just love them particularly -- that little peek inside..."Isabelle Busnel - FRANCE/UK  « Isabelle developed jewellery around ideas of concavity and unusual forms of attachment using magnets and tension.  Her work is whimsical and innocent but has the ability to be very provocative if used properly.  A playful poke at two ways jewellery can function.  She mostly works in enameled copper and steel but there were two fascinating brooches with wonderful play of inside and outside made of silver. I just love them particularly — that little peek inside…« 

Marie Charpentier
Marie Charpentier   -   broche « polypores »
Jenny Gilbert - brooch 2010  Brooch, 2010, porcelain, silicone, cotton thread, steel wire
claudia adam-DE
Claudia Adam – DE (Idar Oberstein)
Claudia Adam (Idar Oberstein)Claudia Adam (Idar Oberstein) chat, Silber, Edelstahl – 2006
'Artis Causa' (Gabri Schumacher ) magnet brooch - JOYA 2012‘Artis Causa’ (Gabri Schumacher ) magnet brooch (JOYA 2012)
galit barak Brooches closures    Brass, nickel silver  2013
Galit Barak Brooches closures    Brass, nickel silver  2013
Galit Barak  Brooches  Brass, nickel silver, silver plating   2013 Galit Barak  Brooches  Brass, nickel silver, silver plating  – 2013
Galit Barak -  Brooch  Brass, nickel silver, silver plating  2013    
Galit Barak -  Brooch  Brass, nickel silver, silver plating  2013
Galit Barak brooches 2013Galit Barak brooches 2013
djurdjica kesic, Tasmanian Oak, Sterling Silver, Steel. (photography by Andrew Bachram)
Djurdjica Kesic, Tasmanian Oak, Sterling Silver, Steel. (photography by Andrew Bachra)
Amparo joyeria textilAmparo (Fernández Amparo, Arg.) joyeria textil 
Jessica Turrell  Brooch: Medal series 2009  Silver, vitreous enamel, copperJessica Turrell  Brooch: Medal series 2009  Silver, vitreous enamel, copper
The Spoon, broches, Maki Okamoto.Maki Okamoto, Spoon brooch – silver – 2010

10/12/2013

EXPO ‘PURPLE’ – Steinbeisser at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy , Amsterdam (NL) – 14-15 Dec. 2013

The Steinbeisser Jewellery Show at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy is an annual event showcasing the work of established and upcoming artists. The show’s theme of this edition is ‘Purple’. A color of contradiction for which the artists specially created or selected pieces never shown in the Netherlands before.

The Steinbeisser Jewellery Show2013
(Philip Sajet necklace)

The theme Purple is a color of contradiction, it consists of the warm and comforting red and the cold and clean blue. Purple stands for the mystery of life as it also stands for the mystery of death. Our request to the participants was, what is your most perfect color purple?

On exhibit are works from Philip Sajet Edgar Mosa Andi Gut Evert NijlandTarja TuupanenRosa Nogués Freixas Natalie Luder Beate Klockmann –  Sofia Björkman Maki OkamotoTobias AlmNina Sajet Nils Hint Volker AtropsJorge ManillaManuel Vilhena  Märta Mattsson.

 

Marta Mattson
Marta Mattson
Sofia Bjorkman - reflective stones http://www.sofiabjorkman.se/
Sofia Bjorkman – reflective stones
EXPO 'PURPLE' - Steinbeisser at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy , Amsterdam (NL) - 14-15 Dec. 2013 dans Andi GUT (CH) refective_stone

 

Steinbeisser
at the Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy
on the 4th Floor Platform
Oostelijke Handelskade 34
Amsterdam

07/06/2010

EXPO ‘BROOCHMANIA’ – Galerie Rob Koudjis, Amsterdam (NL) – 5 juin-3 juill. 2010

BROOCHMANIA
a project of Ädellab,
the jewelry department of  Konstfack University College of Arts, Craft & design,  Stockholm - Here are the results of study about brooches that students have been doing during the last year.

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« Ädellab, the jewellery department of the Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm has developed in recent years into one of the leading educational centers of its kind. The jewellery made by its graduates is as surprising as it is pioneering. The Rob Koudijs Gallery gladly accepted professor Karen Pontoppidan’s invitation to participate in the Broochmania project.
During the last school year, students closely studied every facet of brooches in a series of five workshops. The ultimate goal of Broochmania was the realization of pieces crystallized from the training that would be suitable to exhibition in a gallery. Ward Schrijver was invited to Stockholm to serve as the curator selecting pieces for the exhibition. He chose brooches from 13 artists, ranging from first-year students to recently graduated masters.
The diversity of the work is spectacular: colourful, complicated collages contrast with clearly recognizable forms; the techniques vary from wildly proliferating growth processes to montages using existing perforated material. The distinctive individuals who study at Ädellab learn to manipulate every aspect of the brooch phenomenon as a means of artistic expression. «  (Copyright Galerie Rob Koudijs)

Click on the image to go back to the profile pageEXPO ‘BROOCHMANIA’ - Galerie Rob Koudjis, Amsterdam (NL) - 5 juin-3 juill. 2010 dans Annie HAGVIL (SE) lisabj%f6rke3.jpg-for-web-small
Lisa Björke - brooch

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Yasar Aydin

Dana+Hakim dans Bernhard STIMPFL-ABELE (AT)Maki+Okamoto dans blog ArtJewelryForum
Dana Hakim - brooch – iron, rubber, tape
Maki Okamoto - brooch – silver

Dana-Hakin_My-four-guardian-angels-e1279168916171 dans Dana HAKIM (IL)
Dana Hakim - brooches – ‘my four guardian angels’

Yi-Shen_Untitled dans Emelica LIDMAN (SE)
Yi Shen, Untitled, 2010, mixed media

Nicholas-Cheng_Untitled dans Emille de BLANCHE (SE)
Nicolas Cheng, Untitled, 2010, mixed media

Annie-Hagvil_Untitled dans Exposition/Exhibition
Annie Hagvil, Untitled, 2010, bronze

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 Emille de Blanche

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 Hanna Lundborg ‘in between’ brooch

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Emelica Lidman‘Impressions/Imprints’ brooch

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Sarah Vedel Hurtigkarl (DK)

 

Artists:
Dana Hakim, Bernhard Stimpfl-Abele, Nicolas Cheng, Jacob Erixson, Lisa Björke, Yasar Aydin, Maki Okamoto, Annie Hagvil, Yi Shen, Emille de Blanche, Emelica Lidman, Hanna Lundborg, Sarah Vedel Hurtigkarl.

 

Galerie Rob Koudijs
Elandsgracht 12
1016TV – Amsterdam
Netherlands
Telephone: +31 (0)20 331 87 96
Telephone: +31 (0)6 139 05 554
website: www.galerierobkoudijs.nl
mail: info@galerierobkoudijs.nl

 

Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design
Konstfack
University College of Arts, Crafts and Design
P.O. Box 3601
S-126 27 Hägersten  ( STOCKHOLM) Sweden
 info@konstfack.se

Telephone: + 46 (0)8 450 41 00
Fax: + 46 (0)8 450 41 29

 

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