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EXPO ‘(Lost) Paradise’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – 10 Dec.2016 –21 Janv.2017

an exhibition of contemporary jewellery & ceramics proposed by Alliages from Dec. 10th 2016 to Jan. 21st 2017.

Artificial, inanimate, painful, lost … Where is your paradise ?

The opening of the exhibition will be held on Friday Dec. 9th, 2019 at 6 PM

Alliages - (Lost) paradise - dec 2016:


Showing works of   Ana Garcia MoyaAnke HuybenCaterina ZancaChing-Ting YangClaudia Steiner Xenia Deimezi – Eero Hintsanen — Eleanor Symms — Emmanuelle Durand — Fabienne Christyn — Gabriela Secarea — Hebe ArgentieriHeidemarie HerbHelmi Lindblom Isabelle BusnelIzabella Petrut Juan Riusech Kristin Beeler — Lucy Morrow — Ludmilla Buga — Mabel PenaMar SanchezMargarita AlonsoMartina Dempf Michelle Kraemer — Nadine Smith — Nanna MellandNicole SchusterPhilip Sajet Rodrigo AcostaRosa BorredáSébastien CarréSelma LealSergio e Stefano Spivach – Sònia Serrano — Victoria IoannidouViktoria Münzker Wiebke Pandikow – Ying Chen.


(Lost) Paradise, with Ying Chen(Lost) Paradise, with Ying Chen
« As a jewellery artist, I believe my work is the bridge connecting myself with the outside world, which shows my thoughts, inner feeling and philosophy. What reflect on me from outside? How do I reply to it? I address my answers by making the questions tangible and personal. Fortress Besieged is one of my projects. The whole project is about my thought and feeling of the renovation in my city. “Shikumen”, the typical kind of buildings in Shanghai which I used to live, has been replaced by high-rises. I can not help but doubt, whether the demolition of Shikumen is necessary. Shikumen is like a paradise of all the memories from dwellers who have spent most of their time in Shikumen. However, their opinion was neglected. My work shows my inner struggle and sadness in the journey of finding the right answer. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Selma Leal  (Lost) Paradise, with Selma Leal 
« The piece ‘Danger… woodworm!’ it is part of the exhibition ‘Life in the Urban Paradise’ , which was born from a previous collection, ‘Cities’. Nowadays, urban parks and public gardens are a safe haven. They are green areas where we can relax and recover the energy we nees for life. This piece is a subtle critique our society, because I think the man is the woodworm of the planet. Love the planet is to love ourselves. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Victoria Ioannidou (Lost) Paradise, with Victoria Ioannidou.
« Ominus, Pesimistic,Disapointing, contradicting,negative messages deprive the oxygene from our little but important beings.. However there is a small spark of hope far away that fills our dull lifes with color and light. My own paradise is my concern to strengthen the spark ,prevent and restrain the evil.. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Viktoria Münzker(Lost) Paradise, with Viktoria Münzker
« Breathless attention fills two parts of a complex called life. Tenderness and violence, love and hate, harmony and conflict, birth and death, heaven and hell. The emotional side of my work is based on my personal experiences. Suggestions for the creation of Paradise were my emotional forces, experiences and mental images. Paradise – Garden of Eden from that we were expelled forever, and what we must now create alone. This term, in old Sumerian « Adina » – Garden means a place that seemed to be fruitful… Did we lost it? This land is real, it is an another dimension in this world, the real paradise can’t be lost. It is inside of us. If we believe that we are a part of it, there will always be a place that we call paradise. Jewellery is my art to show the world my own inner self, the inner world where I feel safe and beautiful. It’s the inner paradise that survives only with our power. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Caterina Zanca(Lost) Paradise, with Caterina Zanca
« My paradise is a small space rediscovered in the middle of a chaotic reality, tended to the geometric and formal. A non-enclosed space, but yet communicative with new points of view from different perspectives. Apparently aseptic but a generator of light, ideas, energy, thus of a new life! Il mio paradiso è un piccolo spazio ritrovato fra una caotica realtà, teso alla pulizia geometrica e formale. Uno spazio non chiuso, ma comunicativo di nuovi punti di vista, di diverse prospettive. Apparentemente asettico ma generatore di luce, idee, energia, dunque di nuova vita! »
(Lost) Paradise, with Sergio Stefano Spivach(Lost) Paradise, with Sergio Stefano Spivach
« The Archangel into pieces / THE BODY, THE HEART, THE WING The falling Archangel, crashing into pieces, is the metaphor of man who is walking on a road paved of self-destruction. Falling on lost paradise, The Archangel crashes into pieces: his heart moves from the body in order to survive – aware that his own wing will lead himself safe. On the contrary, the body will wear down gradually. The stone we have used for creating the three parts of The Archangel testifies, with its color and its porosities, the consequences of its own closeness with the human being. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Nanna Melland(Lost) Paradise, with Nanna MellandLost Paradises. In 1977 Bob Marley sang; “Exodus, movement of Jah people!” His words could not fit better for the situation of refugees today. Masses of people in a seemingly endless flow, leaving their home country in search of a better future somewhere else. Paradise lost. Paradise search. I chose to work with the suitcase as an object of our time. A time of flux, of movement, of wanted and unwanted journeys. It can be disturbingly absent or disturbingly present. For the exhibition Lost Paradises, I present a serie of rings called Suitcaserings. Cast in bronze in the lost wax technique, coloured afterwards. You need strength to wear and balance these heavy skin coloured Suitcaserings on your hand, A strong grip to get by in this world of suffering. Of Lost Paradises. »

Sebastien Carré - Lost Paradise(Lost) Paradise, with Sébastien Carré
« Just imagine… Living in a world in which we would not have destroyed our relationship to nature. In which, the society, the moral, the value or our belief would not have put us in a virtual cell. A world of difference, of similarity, of ambiguity but after all isn’t it what is making a more interesting world. Vegetation, Animal, and Mineral are all combined in objects reminiscent of organic forms, the shape of the central figure in all form of shamanism around the world, the Tree that connects us all together. Mixing materials in order to create a symbolic life in an object by using interactive mediums allows me to wake up a body which tends to be more insensitive due to an over-communicativity of society. Let’s hope for a world with more shamanism, more bound between all living forms. Let’s Cherish the diversity in our small world, being together is already a treasure. »

Rosa Borredá -  Lost paradise(Lost) Paradise, with Rosa Borredá
« LOST CIVILIZATIONS Accumulation of different objects left over the centuries that are worn, eroded by time. Ancient architectures with traces of gold leaf and polychromy. Lush vegetation but withered at the same time. Paradise and decay, everything has a place in the lost and imaginary paradises. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Claudia Steiner(Lost) Paradise, with Claudia Steiner
« The earth as the ideal for a happy and content existence, with indescribable natural beauty. Is this still true? This is not the case anywhere in the world. It is precisely our time that makes us doubt whether or not this is indeed true. Everyone has their own ideas of paradise and can explore it in a variety of ways. Sometimes with the look at hidden details sometimes viewed at large. The contrasts of geometric lines and round forms, the uneven surface, reflect the contrasting variety of our earth. The way to the personal paradise in life is different and sometimes requires detours, means unevenness in the life cycle – one up and down – in order to somehow have found his personal ideal of a happy and content life. Not everything is at first sight recognizable as such, some « paradise » requires a longer confrontation with it and will only be discovered in small. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Rodrigo Acosta(Lost) Paradise, with Rodrigo Acosta
« Deconstruct to build again. Giving a new shape to the existent object. Building your space, your place, your habitat, your paradise. Find back your lost paradise. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Xenia Deimezi(Lost) Paradise, with Xenia Deimezi
“The youth love, Pure and unconditional, almost dreamy, full of emotions and passion but also temporary. Now kept as a memory, idealized and distant. My beautiful secret (lost) paradise.”

(Lost) Paradise, with Michelle Kraemer(Lost) Paradise, with Michelle Kraemer
« Up and above in a far away land exploring an unreachable world dreaming of landscapes and possibilities… unreachable but with imagination so close yet so far that’s where I want to go… to be among these ethereal, ephemeral entities to touch them, to make them mine to materialize them into my own imagined reality »

(Lost) Paradise, with Philip Sajet(Lost) Paradise, with Philip Sajet
« paradise is nothing other than time passing sense that we realize that as time passes »

(Lost) Paradise, with Heidemarie Herb(Lost) Paradise, with Heidemarie Herb
« Since some years I’m working on the collection « time ». Keys are like magic tools, they open and close doors,diaries, treasures….they preserve secrets, memories and thoughts. You can meet positive or negative feelings…once again this opposites are attractions in my work. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Fabienne Christyn(Lost) Paradise, with Fabienne Christyn
« I’ll go sleep in the white paradise Where the nights are so long that we forget the time All alone with the wind As in my childhood dreams I will go running in the white paradise Far from the looks of hatred And fighting blood Find whales Talking to silverfish Like, like, like before M.Berger »

(Lost) Paradise, with Nadine Smith(Lost) Paradise, with Nadine Smith
« I live in Wellington and work part time as an artist and nurse. Caring for others has developed my fundamentally humanist philosophy. Fueled by this and the fragility of life, pieces often reference the relationship we have with the developing technological world and how this creates possibilities for enhancement or re-creation of our environment, our lives, even ourselves. Being an avid recycler with magpie tendencies and an active imagination lends itself to a diverse range of work. Medical and other recycled paraphernalia when used out of context can create a tension between the familiar and the unknown. The works aim to intrigue, inviting the audience to reflect and make connections from their own life experiences. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Eleanor Symms(Lost) Paradise, with Eleanor Symms
« Demolition Neckpiece This piece is made using found electrical components gathered at the beach beside Cockenzie coal-fired power station, along the coast from my home. The power station, which dominated the coastline since the 1960s, was demolished in 2015. It was the cause of much pollution, changing the nature of the coastline, creating miles of new land with infill of the spoil it generated and leaving huge ‘lagoons’ of fly ash, some of which are now reserves for birds and wildlife. The power station destroyed a wild, natural coastal habitat, but nature is slowly reclaiming the site. In using found plastic components from the site, which have been sea and weather-worn in combination with silver and opals, I aim to question notions of preciousness and disposability. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Mar Sanchez 2016(Lost) Paradise, with Mar Sanchez
« Return to origin. We yearn for happiness, seek peace, love. And, generally, we seek outside ourselves. I suspect none of this depends on external circumstances. My heart tells me that the lost paradise is inside me, waiting to be found. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Wiebke Pandikow(Lost) Paradise, with Wiebke Pandikow
« Without the ubiquitous plastic our civilization could hardly have become what it is today, but at the same time it is a burden on the environment with far-reaching consequences. Especially plastic bags are an obvious symbol for mindless consumerism and a throw-away society. This makes them so interesting for me to work with, to create from them, with the help of a clothes iron and a soldering iron, textures and structures that recall forms of the natural world which we have set ourselves apart from. Hand-formed leaves form lush necklaces, but they can only ever be pale images of the real thing. We feel safe with plastics, at home and comfortable in our modern paradise of artificiality. But it is the natural world around us which is the real paradise, in danger of becoming a paradise lost. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Mabel Pena(Lost) Paradise, with Mabel Pena
« My natural paradise, my oasis, flows the meandering waters of the Parana River Delta. I find no better place to muse about life and to relax than when I am rowing my boat in this maze of water and rainforest. Every concern or fear seems to vanish while I row my way through this cluster of islands. Nature in all its glory to admire: golden water, green trees and vines and colorful birds. This brooch illustrates the landscape of this Delta, its colors and textures, and the feelings it arises in me. »

(Lost) Paradise, with Isabelle Busnel   (Lost) Paradise, with Isabelle Busnel
« Black jewellery is often associated with mourning jewellery. This collection is inspired by Victorian jewellery and relates to any loss in life, or in Paradise… »

(Lost) Paradise, with Helmi Lindblom(Lost) Paradise, with Helmi Lindblom
« Fruitfully Yours, extinction With this work I focus on today’s paradox: simultaneous population growth and entering the sixth mass extinction. Jewelry from Extinction are silent in comparison to their colorful opposites (Fertility) like extinction is silent in comparison to birth. With color contrast from black balloons I want to put forth the feel of fading away. « 


111, Bd. Victor Hugo
F-59000 LILLE
Horaires : Mo/Fri : 10-13h & 14-17h – Sa : 10-12h & 12h30-16h30






EXPO ‘A dark spark of light’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – 11 Dec.2015 – 30 Janv. 2016

Inauguration 11 décembre a  18h
 a muestra “A dark spark of light”,
Juan RIUSECH & Thereza PEDROSA, curators of this exhibition, present A DARK SPARK OF LIGHT, where opposites attract and are connected by an invisible thread. There is no light without shadow, good without evil, no happiness without pain. “A dark spark of light” is an invitation to reflect on the beauty of life, in all contradictory and opposing forms in which it manifests itself.
A Dark Spark of Light, en exhibition of contemporary jewellery & ceramics showed simultaneously in ALLIAGES & in Beautiful People Live Art blog from Dec. 12th 2015 to Jan. 30th 2016.
The opening of the exhibition will be held on Friday Dec. 11th, 2015 at 6 PM at ALLIAGES gallery.
Artists selected :   Akis GoumasAlina CarpAna Garcia MoyaAngela CiobanuAurelia Yeomans Caterina Zanca — Ching-Ting Yang — Clara del PapaClaudia Steiner — Emmanuelle Durand — Erato KouloubiFabienne ChrystinFranziska HöhneGigi MarianiGili DolinerHebe ArgentieriIsabelle Busnel Izabella PetrutJanny Huang Yokota Jina SeoKatja ToporskiMabel PenaMar SanchezMargarita Alonso Margo NelissenMaria-Rosa Franzin — Noelia Macchi — Rodrigo AcostaRosa Borredá — Roxana Casale — Saerom KongSébastien CarréSofia Björkman — Valérie Ceulemans — Victoria IoannidouViktoria MünzkerXenia Deimezi
Sofia BjörkmanSofia Björkman
Sebastien Carré "rancoeur"Sebastien Carré « rancoeur »
Maria-Rosa Franzin - broochMaria-Rosa Franzin – brooch
Rodrigo Acosta - "Hacer de Ropa" - brocheRodrigo Acosta - « Hacer de Ropa » – broche
Gigi Mariani Gigi Mariani ring 2015
Akis Goumas brooch Akis Goumas brooch
Alina CarpAlina Carp
Rosa Borredá   Rosa Borreda
 Angela Ciobanu - earring Angela Ciobanu – earring
Xenia DeimeziXenia Deimezi
 Aurelia Yeomans (AU)Aurelia Yeomans
Mar SanchezMar Sanchez
Viktoria Münzker Viktoria Münzker
111, Bd. Victor Hugo
F-59000 LILLE
Horaires : Lundi-Vendredi : 10h – 17h / Samedi : 10h-16h



EXPO ‘OTRO MUNDO cumple 15 años’ – OTRO MUNDO bcn, Barcelona (ES) – 12 Juin-4 Juill. 2015

Ana Garcia Moya cumple 15 años creando joyas con sus marca OTRO MUNDO bcn.
20 artistas han sido invitados a crear una joya o obra con el tema de « otro mundo » que habrán creado ?
Te lo perderás ?

Inauguración viernes 12 Junio a partir de las 20h

Otro mundo

Laura Martín — koetania — Margarita Alonso — M Teresa Rosell – Maitena — Myriam Lima — Myriam Crugeiras — Lídia Sevilla – Juan RiusechSilvia Serra — Wei-chen Wang — Gemma Pampalona — Beatriz Cobos — Jusep Florensa — Sónia Serrano — M Josep Forcadell — M Jose Espinosa y  Carles Bellmunt.

 ANA GARCIA MOYA- A POR EL HUMANO !!!!  Ana Garcia Moya – « A POR EL HUMANO !!!! » necklace



OTRO MUNDO bcn born
c/ Grunyi n 6
08003 Born Barcelona




EXPO ‘Empreintes’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – 1er Avril-30 Juill. 2015

Empreinte : trace laissé par une personne. 40 artistes issus du monde du bijou contemporain, de la céramique et du verre laissent leur empreinte à ALLIAGES. Ils nous dévoilent leurs rêves et nous laissent voir leur monde imaginaire.

Impression : trace left by a person. 40 artists from the world of contemporary jewelery, ceramics and glass to leave their mark at ALLIAGES. They reveal to us their dreams and show us their imaginary world.
Impressions, the permanent exhibition at Alliages, renewed continously.

Opening next Friday April 24th, 18:30 / Vernissage vendredi 24 avril à 18h30

Alliages - EMPREINTES avril 2015(collier Jee Hye Kwon)

The Permanent 2015, showing works of Aiko FujitaAlice ClarkeAna-Belén MonteroAna Garcia MoyaAngela BermudezAngela Ciobanu Anja Eichler  Anke Huyben  Barbara Uderzo Beate Pfefferkorn Inou Beru –  Burcu Sulek Cata Gibert Chun-Tai Chen Clara DelPapa Claudia SteinerDemitra Ryan-ThomloudisDora HaralambakiElin FlognmanFabienne ChristynFederica Sala Francine SchloethGeorge GiannoutsosGigi MarianiHelena Johansson LindellInbar ShahakIsabelle Busnel  –  Ismini PachiIzabella PetrutJee Hye KwonJessica AndersenJose MarinJuan Riusech  Kaori KuriharaKaren VanmolKonstantinos Konstantopoulos Leslie Shershow  Lluís Comín Lucilla Giovanninetti Mar Sanchez Margarita Alonso Maria Rosa Franzin  Maria Solórzano  Maria Tsimpiskaki Minna Karhu   Niki Stylianou Nicole Schuster  Nicole Taubinger  Patricia Gallucci Paula Isola  Peter Hoogeboom Sabine Pagliarulo  Sangji Yun Sébastien Carré Şenay Akın Silvia Beccaria Sophie Giet  Steffi Götze  Teresa F Faris –  Tracy NicholsValérie Ceulemans Valentina Gallo & Camilla Gallo –  Vasia Pachi  Wu Ching-Chih Ye-jee Lee –  Yu Ping Lin –  Zeta Tsermou

 Permanent 2015 - Highlighting Demitra Ryan-Thomloudis, Sangji Yun & Chun-Tai ChenPermanent 2015 – April Highlighting  Demitra Ryan-Thomloudis, Sangji Yun & Chun-Tai Chen

Permanent 2015 - March Highlighting Lluís Comín, Gigi Mariani, Angela Ciobanu & Maria-Rosa FranzinPermanent 2015 – March Highlighting : Lluís Comín, Gigi Mariani, Angela Ciobanu & Maria-Rosa Franzin
Permanent 2015 - Highlighting Maria Tsimpiskaki, Angela Bermudez, Zeta Tsermou & Minna KarhuPermanent 2015 – Highlighting Maria Tsimpiskaki, Angela Bermudez, Zeta Tsermou & Minna Karhu
 Aiko Fujita Necklace: Dans une suite, 2014 Wool, gold wire 40 x 45 x 15 cm.Aiko Fujita Necklace: Dans une suite, 2014 Wool, gold wire 40 x 45 x 15 cm.
 Sébastien Carré Ring: Inflammation, 2015 Jasper, Cornelian, beads, silk, cotton, elastic thread 8 x 3 x 3 cm.Sébastien Carré Ring: Inflammation, 2015 Jasper, Cornelian, beads, silk, cotton, elastic thread 8x3x3cm.
  Angela Ciobanu Ring: Forget-Me-Not, 2014 Silver, 24k gold foil, recycled silk paper, saw blades 6 x 6 x 7 cm Photo by: Angela Ciobanu From series: Forget-Me-NotAngela Ciobanu Ring: Forget-Me-Not, 2014 Silver, 24k gold foil, recycled silk paper, saw blades 6 x 6 x 7 cm Photo by: Angela Ciobanu From series: Forget-Me-Not
  Teresa Faris Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird lV, #4, 2015 925 silver, wood altered by a bird, 18K gold 10.2 x 11.5 x 1.3 cm, 51.2 cm chain   .Teresa Faris Necklace: Collaboration with a Bird lV, #4, 2015 925 silver, wood altered by a bird, 18K gold 10.2 x 11.5 x 1.3 cm, 51.2 cm chain


111, Bd. Victor Hugo
F-59000 LILLE
Horaires : Lundi-Vendredi : 10h – 17h / Samedi : 10h-16h



EXPO ‘Parallel Worlds’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – 13 Déc. 2014- 17 Janv. 2015

Les Mondes Parallèles
Opening of the exhibition next Friday Dec. 12th, 2014 at 18h PM.
New display with The Parallel Worlds, the new ALLIAGES exhibition showing
the works (for jewelry) of :
Les Mondes Parallèles


The Parallel Worlds, dream or reality, where beauty is everywhere, where wonders begin or end.
Angela Ciobanu - "Piece for the heart" (broche) Angela Ciobanu - « Piece for the heart » (broche) silver, fine gold, recycled silk paper, fretsaw blades
Keum boo technique
Rodrigo Acosta - Rito Cardíaco (broche)
Rodrigo Acosta – Rito Cardíaco (broche) 
Isabelle Busnel, brooch – white silicone rubber with magnetsIsabelle Busnel, brooch – white silicone rubber with magnets
Viktoria MunzkerViktoria Munzker Necklace: Corialias, 2014 – Porcelain, glass, Silver, granules, old plastic pearls
20 x 20 x 3 cm

Mar Sanchez - broche oct 2014Mar Sanchez - broche oct 2014
Sebastien CarréSebastien CarréCollier, bois, fibres, perles,2014 – Necklace, wood, fibers, beads – photo Lee Makkam
Sébastien Carré - Organique, Collier, 2014 Organic, Necklace  bois, fibres, perles, wood, fibers, beadsSébastien Carré - Organique, Collier, 2014   bois, fibres, perles, porté
Alina Carp - brooch 2014Alina Carp – brooch 2014
Ana Carolina EscobarAna Carolina Escobar - Ring: Memoria-Historia, 2014 – silicon, Blown glass, Gold Plated Brass
Carina Chistaz-Shoshtary Brooch: Stained 6 Graffiti, silver, stainless steel Graffiti paint taken from a Graffiti wall, divided in fine layers, form hollowly built, form made strong with layer of bioresin inside --  The Parallel Worlds.Carina Chistaz-Shoshtary Brooch: Stained 6 Graffiti, silver, stainless steel Graffiti paint taken from a Graffiti wall, divided in fine layers, form hollowly built, form made strong with layer of bioresin inside
Sangji YUN - broochSangji YUN – brooch
Karen VanmolKaren Vanmol necklace: Cultivate – wood, laminate, plastic vintage, beads, brass, spray paint, silver  Cutting, soldering, gluing, spray , painting
Cai Xuan WuCai Xuan WuBrooch: Under the sea – Acrilic, Plastic – Hand knitting, colour dyening.
Nicole Schuster  Brooch Nicole Schuster  Brooch
Ingeborg VandammeIngeborg Vandamme Necklace: Tear catcher, 2014 – silver, paper, pigment
Aiko Fujita - (AFEDAP - diplomes 2014)Aiko Fujita – (AFEDAP – diplomes 2014)
Karin Roy Andersson Brooch: Catching Big Fish, 2013 Recycled plastics; icecream boxes, fast food containers, textile, steel - The Parallel Worlds.Karin Roy Andersson  - Brooch: Catching Big Fish, 2013 Recycled plastics; icecream boxes, fast food containers, textile, steel
Konstantinos KonstantopoulosKonstantinos Konstantopoulos
Liisa Hashimoto.Liisa Hashimoto Pin: Silver chair shadow – silver
Maria Tsimpiskaki, Corruption collection,ring, 2014Maria Tsimpiskaki, Ring: Corrosion-Corruption: The Negative of Dreams, 2014 – Sterling Silver, gold plated, pvc, patina – Traditional metal working techniques, hand forming for PVC.
George Giannoutsos brooch 2014George Giannoutsos
Gigi Mariani - bangle 2014Gigi Mariani – Bracelet: Moments « And the clouds were running », 2014 – Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello, patina
Akis Goumas (& sa femme pour le textile)Akis Goumas & Georgia Gremouti (for the textile part)
Teresa FarisTeresa Faris Necklace: Collaboration with a bird III, 2014 – silver, wood altered by a bird
Peter Hoogeboom, Necklace, "red lantern" 2014Peter Hoogeboom, Necklace, « red lantern » 2014 – Taiwanese porcelain, silver
  José Marin   José Marin
111, Bd. Victor Hugo
F-59000 LILLE
Horaires : Lundi-Vendredi : 10h – 17h / Samedi : 10h-16h


EXPO ‘la cour des miracles’ – ALLIAGES, Lille (FR) – 14 Dec. 2013 – 18 Janv. 2014

ALLIAGES  Lille  « la cour des miracles »

Juan Riusech (commissaire de l’exposition) et Hélène Soète présentent “La Cour des Miracles”, la nouvelle exposition collective d’ALLIAGES. La Cour des Miracles, refuge de truands et miséreux, là où la beauté est absente ou présente, là où des merveilles commencent ou finissent.L’exposition aura lieu du 14 décembre 2013 au 18 janvier 2014. Vernissage de l’exposition le vendredi 13 décembre 2013 de 18h à 20h30.
Juan Riusech (curator of this exhibition) and Hélène Soète present “La Cour des Miracles”, the brand new group exhibition of ALLIAGES.
La Cour des Miracles, home to mobsters and destitute, where beauty is absent or present, where the wonders begin or end.
The exhibition will take place from Dec. 14th, 2013 to Jan. 18th, 2014. Opening will take place on Friday Dec. 13th, 2013 from18h to 20h30.
ALLIAGES  Lille "la cour des miracles"
Bijou contemporain : Fiona Parkinson (GB) — Rosa Nogués Freixas (ES) — Ann Povey (GB) — Marta Armada (ES) — Paula Isola (AR) — Beate Pfefferkorn (DE)– Philip Sajet (NL) — Stefano Pedonesi (IT)– Linda Schuch (DE) — Dominique Lietaert (BE) — Elisabeth Alba (ES) — Heidemarie Herb (IT)– Camille Moncomble (FR) — Júlia Ortega Canalda (ES) — Margarita Alonso (ES) — María Eugenia Ramos (AR) — Montse Bote (ES) — Motoko Furuhashi (US) — Amélie Trahard (FR) — Jordane Somville (FR) — Maria Solorzano (AR) — Ana Garcia Moya (ES) — Djurdjica Kesic (AU) — Karine Niemand (FR) — Nelly van Oost (FR) — Cédric Chevalley (CH) — Eun Mi Kwon (DE) — Mihaela Zvinca (RO)
Rosa Nogues Freixas
Rosa Nogues Freixas
Marta Armada
Marta Armada
Fabienne Christyn
[★]EXPO 'la cour des miracles' - ALLIAGES, Lille (FR) - 14 Dec. 2013 - 18 Janv. 2014  dans ALLIAGES (FR) spaceball
Ann PoveyAnn Povey

Philip SajetPhilip Sajet

Somville JordaneJordane Somville

Nelly van Oost
Nelly van Oost
Heidemarie Herb
 Heidemarie Herb
Motoko Furihashi
Motoko Furihashi
Maria Eugenia Ramos
Maria Eugenia Ramos
111, BD Victor Hugo
59000 Lille


EXPO ‘Salt Project’ – Escola d’Art del Treball, Barcelona (ES) – 4-30 Avril 2013

‘Salt Project’ at Escola d’Art del Treball (Barcelona) – 4-30 April 2013

'Salt Project' at Escola d'Art del Treball (Barcelona) - 4-30 April 2013 -

La Escola d’Art del Treball expone Proyecto SAL, joyas y objetos de pequeño formato con el leitmotiv de la SAL gema de Cardona.
Las piezas han sido diseñadas teniendo en cuenta los aspectos conceptuales de la sal y también sus características físicas.
Este proyecto comenzó en el 2012 conjuntamente con la CAA, China Academy of Art, de Hangzhou. Con él se pueden ver como las dos escuelas con metodologías y culturas diferentes han trabajado bajo los mismos condicionantes para obtener resultados tan originales.
La muestra estará durante todo el mes de Abril, coincidiendo con las jornadas de puertas abiertas del centro, que oferta dos líneas de Bachillerato artístico, CFGM de Decoración Cerámica, CFGS de Joyería Artística, CFGS de Ilustración y formación permanente.

What is the SALT Project? 

The SALT Project was born out of two schools’ desire to reach beyond their borders, to see and understand how other people work whilst applying different ways of working, whilst valuing the whole experience as a learning process and cultural and artistic exchange.
The starting point was in February of 2010 when Aiyu Zhu, a student at the China Academy of Art – the CAA – in Hangzhou, visited the Escola d’Art del Treball in Barcelona, taking advantage of her trip to Europe. From that moment, the EAT and the CAA formed a link with the objective of finding out how jewellers work in a different part of the world, to assess new methods and processes. This experience helps to better spread what is done in the classroom as well as enabling students to gain first-hand experience of a more open vision of what is happening in the jewellery trade in different areas of the planet.

How well has the SALT Project worked at the EAT? 

At the EAT we see the SALT Project as a whole school project, which is why we are trying to involve as many members of our institution as possible. Because of this, all students and ex-students of jewellery-making were invited to participate, as well as all of the teachers at the school, regardless of what department they belong to – be it ceramics, illustration, sculpture and so on. We believe that inviting people from different departments enriches the project because we can see small-sized pieces that have characteristics that are far removed from the way things are done in the jewellery trade.
In the case of ex-students and teachers, the subject matter, technique and materials has been open to all. The requirement was that it had to be a small piece of jewellery or small object and that SAL was the focus, either physically or conceptually.
In the case of seasonal students, we introduced the project into the yearly schedule of various modules. Furthermore, in the subject of gemmology they have studied the characteristics and properties of the salt gem and the jewels were fashioned in the jewellery workshop.
The first-year students have worked on the SALT Project in their Modelling module (a subject where the technical and procedural processes of different waxes for microfusion are taught). In these classes they were asked to produce a sculptural ring by manipulating modelling wax (a soft wax used mainly by sculptors), in which they would incorporate the salt as an important part of the jewel. This ring would be finished in metal, after the process of melting the wax.
Some of these pieces have references to Chinese culture: dragons, water lilies, bonsais, and there are also references to nature and the sea.
Despite the fact that the conceptual aspects were not in the initial briefing, many students incorporated symbolic connotations in their pieces, such as alluding to the salt as a currency or seeing the salt as an ephemeral part of the piece.
As part of their Jewellery projects module, the second-year students were given the task of working with the idea of friendship rings, under the heading of “salt friendship rings”. The most traditional or popular type of friendship ring is the wedding ring, but we wanted the largest scope possible. Therefore, the first thing that the students had to define was who the two people that they were going to design the ring for were, what it was that united them and how the salt symbolised that union.
There are projects where the people chosen are members of a family, or in other projects they are fictional characters. The link between them is indicated by a single connection. The salt theme has been worked as a key part of the design, paying attention to its physical properties. The fact that the salt is ephemeral was taken into account when it came to work the material. In some cases this property was emphasized; in others measures were taken to protect it from erosion and wear.

Sandra Yelo — Maria Josep Forcadell — Xavier Aguado — Sònia Serrano — Júlia Castro — Meritxell Cuevas – Isabel Alejo — Bárbara Rodríguez — Laura Martín –  Isabel Suárez — Nora Castaño — Clara Devesa — Patricia Portocarrero — Aina Gómez — Ariadna Valls — Ariana Gaitan — Adriana Díaz — Juliana Mónaco — Nerea Pitarque — Marisa Tomás — Pilar Ramón — Laura Paglieri — Gloria Gómez — Gina Contel — Jennifer Lozano — Lourdes Freixa — Elisabet Moreno — Maria Ninot — Liliana Ruíz — Edwin Páez — Carmen Esteba — Patrick Alvarez — Violant Cebria — Alaitz Martínez-Marañón — Jordi AparicioMarta MiguelDani Fàbregues — Anna Vila — Ana Parra — Laura Sabatés — Ortrum Meinhard — Anna González — Ana García — Josep Raventós — Selma Leal — Alexandra Steinforth — Montserrat Saperas — Margarita Alonso.

Sandra Yelo - jewelry with SALT - broochSandra Yelo – « No es un doctor » Broche (front)  – Colección: Sal para las heridas – “el tiempo no cura nada – el tiempo no es un doctor – el tiempo sólo cura lo que no importa ya”

jewelry with SALT - Sandra Yelo - brooch -  Materiales:  plata oxidada  sal gema  hilo quirúrgicoSandra Yelo – « No es un doctor » Broche (back) -  Materiales:  plata oxidada  sal gema  hilo quirúrgico

Projecte Sal - Joana Jarque - ring with SALTProjecte Sal – Joana Jarque – ring with SALT

jewelry with SALT - Projecte SAL - Dani Fàbregues "Ou de sal"Dani Fàbregues « Ou de sal »

jewelry with SALT -   Projecte Sal - Sònia Serrano -   "Mar y montaña"  Collar. Sal de Cardona y plata  18x22cm      Montaña salada, restos de un antiguo mar, una vuelta al origen, un pez de sal.Sònia Serrano -   « Mar y montaña »  Collar. Sal de Cardona y plata  18x22cm      Montaña salada, restos de un antiguo mar, una vuelta al origen, un pez de sal.

Sònia Serrano  Necklace: MAR Y MONTAÑA  Silver, gem saltSònia Serrano  Necklace: MAR Y MONTAÑA  Silver, gem salt

JEWELRY with SALT -   Projecte Sal - Laura Sabatés - "STRAND" Anillo doble - Latón, sal gema y resina epoxy    El anillo quiere representar la típica pintura china de paisajes. La sal representa las montañas, la resina el agua, el gallonado la flora y la textura la tierra.Laura Sabatés – « STRAND » Anillo doble – Latón, sal gema y resina epoxy    El anillo quiere representar la típica pintura china de paisajes. La sal representa las montañas, la resina el agua, el gallonado la flora y la textura la tierra.

JEWELRY with SALT - Projecte Sal  - Marta Miguel Martínez-Soria.Projecte Sal - Marta Miguel Martínez-Soria.

Projecte Sal  – Marta Miguel Martínez-Soria   -La sal de Gema – Materiales: Cobre, acero, tela, algodón y pintura de esmalte -
Y llegó el día en que sus lágrimas dejaron de acariciar su rostro.
Projecte Sal - Margarita Alonso -   “Sabores de dos tierras”  Materiales: Plata oxidada, sal de las minas de Zipaquirá-Colombia, sal de las minas de Cardona-España, cadena textil y seda de organza.Margarita Alonso -   “Sabores de dos tierras”  Materiales: Plata oxidada, sal de las minas de Zipaquirá-Colombia, sal de las minas de Cardona-España, cadena textil y seda de organza.

Bàrbara Rodríguez -  "LES LLAGRIMES DE SAL"  Ferro rovellat i sal - projecte sal (a Valencia Melting point) - jewelry with SALTBàrbara Rodríguez -  « LES LLAGRIMES DE SAL »  Ferro rovellat i sal – projecte sal (exhibited a Valencia Melting point)

Bárbara Rodríguez  Bracelet: LES LLAGRIMES DE SAL  Iron, gem saltBárbara Rodríguez  Bracelet: LES LLAGRIMES DE SAL  Iron, gem salt

jewelry with SALT - María Liliana Ruiz  - Todos los caminos llevan a Tombuctú  Materiales: Barro negro, pigmento de oro, hilo de acero, oro y sal gema de Cardona.    Un antiguo proverbio de Malí decía:  «El oro viene del sur, la sal del norte y el dinero del país del hombre blanco; pero los cuentos maravillosos y la palabra de Dios sólo se encuentran en Tombuctú»Liliana Ruiz  – Todos los caminos llevan a Tombuctú  Materiales: Barro negro, pigmento de oro, hilo de acero, oro y sal gema de Cardona.    Un antiguo proverbio de Malí decía:  «El oro viene del sur, la sal del norte y el dinero del país del hombre blanco; pero los cuentos maravillosos y la palabra de Dios sólo se encuentran en Tombuctú»

María Liliana Ruiz  Todos los caminos llevan a Tombuctú  Materiales: Barro negro, pigmento de oro, hilo de acero, oro y sal gema de Cardona.    Un antiguo proverbio de Malí decía:  «El oro viene del sur, la sal del norte y el dinero del país del hombre blanco; pero los cuentos maravillosos y la palabra de Dios sólo se encuentran en Tombuctú» Liliana Ruiz  Todos los caminos llevan a Tombuctú

Clara Devesa  Rings: SALIATGES  Sugar, gem salt, cork, glass, silverClara Devesa  Rings: SALIATGES  Sugar, gem salt, cork, glass, silver

Isabel Alejo  Brooches: LLIGAMS  Silver, gem salt, zirconite, magnetIsabel Alejo  Brooches: LLIGAMS  Silver, gem salt, zirconite, magnet

Jordi Aparicio  Título pieza: T'ESTIMO COM LA SAL  Broche  -Copper, gel coat, gem salt - Cobre, gel coat y sal picada    Pieza inspirada en el cuento "La Margarideta, la princesa de sal "Jordi Aparicio  - » T’ESTIMO COM LA SAL »  Broche  – Copper, gel coat, gem salt – Cobre, gel coat y sal picada    Pieza inspirada en el cuento « La Margarideta, la princesa de sal « 


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EXPO ‘… Aux Anges’ – Alliages, Lille (FR) – 12 Mai-2 juin 2012

‘… Aux Anges’ – Alliages

Exposition visible du samedi 12 mai au samedi 2 juin 2012.
Vernissage le vendredi 11 mai 2012 de 18h30 à 20h30 en compagnie des artistes.Expo "Aux Anges" (2012)


Artistes exposants (pour les bijoux) :

Elisabeth Alba (Bijoux, Barcelone) — Margarita Alonso (Bijoux, Barcelone) — Silvia Burgoa (Bijoux, Paris) — Marine Dagorne (Bijoux, Lyon) — Ana Garcia (Bijoux, Barcelone) — Patricia Lemaire (Bijoux, Paris) — Dominique Lietaert (Bijoux, Bruxelles) — Juan Riusech de Haro (Bijoux, Lille) — Claudia Trimbur-Pagel (Bijoux verre, Lille) — Theodora Vasilopoulou (Bijoux, Paris) — Caroline Volcovici (Bijoux, Paris) –

Silvia Burgoa - Bague 'La Doña'Silvia Burgoa – « La Doña » – Bague
Theodora Vasilopoulou - 2012 (expo "Aux Anges" Alliages) Theodora Vasilopoulou – Broche « Vasili »

 Patricia LEMAIRE - Collier 'Corps célestes'Patricia Lemaire – « Corps célestes »

Dominique LIETAERT - Collier 'Angéliquement piquant'Dominique Lietaert – Collier « Angéliquement piquant »


ALLIAGES – 111, Boulevard Victor Hugo – 59000 LILLE
téléphone : 03 20 52 68 30
Horaires :
Lundi-Vendredi : 9h00-13h00 / 14h00-17h00 et sur rendez-vous de 13h00 à 14h00
Samedi : 9h30-16h30



EXPO ‘Rêves’ – galerie ALLIAGES, Lille (FR) – 8-31 Dec. 2011-

On vit tous avec un rêve, même s’il est caché au fond de nous. Un jour, POP !, il éclate au grand jour. On le cache, on le dit, on l’évite, il revient… Rêves quand il est au pluriel chez Alliages, c’est un cumul extraordinaire des pièces de rêve d’artistes.

De A comme Alba à V comme Vanneste, l’alphabet des artistes d’Alliages est prolixe. Comme leurs rêves, de tableaux, de vases, de bijoux, de sculptures, de métaux parfois précieux, de résines colorées, de verres aux reflets profonds et de terres cuites selon les techniques ancestrales …

La réalité des rêves des artistes nous mène aux confins de la joie, de l’humour, de l’étonnement mais toujours au centre de l’esthétique, de la beauté. Ils sont monochromes, ou s’illuminent de couleurs irisées. Petites ou grandes pièces de céramique, petits ou grands tableaux, petites sculptures de verre ou de métal et de résine, petits bijoux d’argent et de pierres précieuses (ou pas)… Petits et grand rêves pour petits et grands.

Petit ou grand Noël de rêve, les artistes d’Alliages ont réalisé le vôtre et celui de ceux que vous aimez. Il vous attend, venez le chercher le 8 décembre pour l’offrir le 25 et faire briller les yeux de vos tendres proches.

Le vernissage de cette brillante exposition se tiendra le jeudi 8 décembre à partir de 18H à la galerie ALLIAGES, 111, Bd Victor Hugo à LILLE. L’ambiance sera gaie, informelle et les artistes vous présenteront leurs travaux avec décontraction.

N’ayez pas peur de l’art, et des galeries, chez Alliages, c’est différent !

Artistes exposants :

Elisabeth ALBA (Créatrice de Bijoux, Barcelone) — Margarita ALONSO (Créatrice de Bijoux, Barcelone) — Beatriz COBOS (Créatrice de Bijoux, Barcelone) — Fred DEPIENNE (Peintre, Lille) — Emmanuelle DURAND (Céramiste, Lille) — Ana GARCIA (Créatrice de Bijoux, Barcelone) — Françoise JORIS (Céramiste, Lille) — Sylvie JOUSSET (Créatrice de Bijoux, Bruxelles) — Françoise JOYE (Céramiste, Lille) — Lia KOENEN (Céramiste, Pays-Bas) — Selma LEAL (Créatrice de Bijoux, Barcelone) – Patricia LEMAIRE (Créatrice de Bijoux, Paris) — MILEX (Plasticien, Pas-de-Calais) — Claudia PAGEL (Créatrice de Bijoux, Lille) — Andrea PINEROS (Créatrice de Bijoux, Paris) — Brigitte PRUVOST (Céramiste, Lille) — Josep RAVENTOS (Créateur de Bijoux, Barcelone) — Juan RIUSECH (Créateur de Bijoux, Lille) — Hélène SOETE (Céramiste, Lille) — Hanna VANNESTE (Créatrice de Bijoux, Anvers) — Marie-Anne VER EECKE (Céramiste, Bruges) — (Margarita Alonso, Josep Raventós, Ana García Moya, Selma Leal & Beatriz Cobos forment le groupe Factotum à Barcelone)

bijoux Sylvie JOUSSET

Patricia Lemaire – ah vos souhaits… - broche – argent 925, poivre T – 2010



111 Bd Victor Hugo
59000 Lille, France