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17/02/2014

SCHMUCK 2014 – 66th International Trade Fair, Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014

Schmuck ‘2014
55th Special Jewellery Show
66th International Trade Fair, Munich
de 12 Mar a 18 Mar 2014

 

This special exhibition is the eldest exhibition of contemporary jewellery work in the world. It takes place since 1959 every year during the International Trade Fair in March. Except the transport cost until Munich the participation in the special show is free of charge for you. Three contributions of Schmuck 2013 will be awarded with the Herbert Hofmann Prize. The prize commemorates Dr. Herbert Hofmann, the founder of the special show in 1959. In addition the jury of the Bavarian States Prize will look at the works in the special show. The Bavarian States Prize is awarded to 10 contri-bution of applied art within all contribution of the International Trade Fair. This prize is awarded with 5.000€.

More than 552 goldsmiths from 43 countries around the globe applied to participate in the special “Schmuck” (Jewellery) show at the International Crafts Fair in Munich next year. This great interest once again confirms the importance of this event in the context of contemporary jewellery-making and the significance attached to it worldwide. An above-average number of applications were received this year from Australia, Japan and Taiwan, but also from New Zealand and Argentina, the latter having been among the applicants for only a few years now. The selection for 2014 was made especially interesting thanks to the many new exhibitors nominated by the curator Jorunn Veiteberg of Copenhagen. Unusually, “Jewellery 2014” features over 25 new exhibitors, who will be represented in this renowned exhibition for the first time.

For the year 2014, a total of 66 participants from 25 nations were invited to exhibit. Numerically most strongly represented are goldsmiths from Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, Australia, Denmark and Sweden. The applicants grow younger by the year, an indicator that even before or immediately after finishing their training goldsmiths seek to compete in our special show, present their work to an interested public, experts, gallery owners and museum curators, and rapidly find their way into the jewellery avant-garde. “Jewellery” is an important venue for making a name for oneself in international goldsmiths’ circles, establishing contacts, and not least, witnessing the award of the prestigious Herbert Hofmann Prize on Saturday.

The special “Jewellery” show is characterized by the choice of certain themes which, in the eyes of curator Jorunn Veiteberg, represent salient traits of current jewellery design. As signs of our times and selection criteria, she sees found objects of metal or wood, things that bear definite marks of use, materials that speak an expressive, earthy language, forms and structures reminiscent of architecture, as well as masks, a tendency to mysticism, and forceful color schemes.

Honored as next year’s Modern Classic will be Dorothea Prühl, a goldsmith who lives in Halle. A teacher at Burg Giebichenstein Art College, she not only helped shape an entire generation of young goldsmiths but, over and above her teaching activity, has created an admirable, original oeuvre that holds a very special place within contemporary jewellery design.

Curator of “Jewellery 2014” is Jorunn Veiteberg, a Norwegian art historian who lives in Copenhagen. An arts journalist and exhibition curator, Veiteberg has taught since 2002 at the National Academy in Bergen, Norway. Since 2013 she has been guest professor at the University of Göteborg, Sweden, and chairwoman of the Norwegian Crafts Association. She has published in the fields of contemporary jewellery and ceramics. Veiteberg says it was a great honor for her to make the selection for “Jewellery 2014.” She was especially impressed by the quality of the submissions and their international range. For her as a Scandinavian, it was an enriching experience to see so many submissions from South Korea, Japan, Argentina, the U.S., and many other countries from around the world.

The Handwerkskammer organizes the special shows Exempla, Talente, Modern Masters and Schmuck at the International Handwerksmesse München with the Herbert-Hofmann-Award 2014 ceremony on Saturday 15th March at 4 p.m. We will show in our Galerie Handwerk the exhibition WUNDERRUMA – Jewellery from New Zealand.

 

Program HERE

 

Patrícia Domingues – Reconstructed MaterialPatrícia Domingues – Reconstructed Material 

Anne Achenbach (DE) — Tobias Alm (SE) — Sawa Aso (JP) — Rut-Malin Barklund (SE) — Peter Bauhuis (DE) — Nicole Beck (DE) — Alexander Blank (DE) — Iris Bodemer (DE) — Bas Bouman (NL) — Sungho Cho (KR) — Eunmi Chun (KR) — Kat Cole (USA) — Annette Dam (DK) –  Rian de Jong  (NL) — Laura Deakin (AU) — Peter Deckers  (NZ/NL) — Paul Derrez (NL) — Bin Dixon-Ward (AU) — Georg Dobler (DE) — Iris Eichenberg (NL/USA/D) — Réka Fekete (HU) — Benedikt Fischer (AT) — Kyoko Fukuchi (JP) — Antje Godglück (NL/D) — Andi Gut(DE) — Gésine Hackenberg  (NL/D) — Cecilia Hecker (RA) — Hanna Hedman (SE) — Akihiro Ikeyama (JP) — Karin Johansson (SE) — Mareike Kanafani (DK) — Beppe Kessler (NL) — Ulrike Kleine-Behnke (DE) — Jun Konishi (JP) — Manon van Kouswijk (NL/AU) — Marie-Louise Kristensen (DK) — Daniel Kruger (DE) — Dongchun Lee (KR) — Sally Marsland (AU) — Sharon Massey (USA) –  Yutaka Minegishi  (JP/DE) — Shelley Norton (NZ) — Maria Nuutinen (FI) — Kristi Paap (EE) – Noon Passama (TH/NL) — Ruudt Peters (NL) — Lina Peterson (GB) — Nicole Polentas (AU) — Jo Pond (GB) — Auba Pont (ES) — Tabea Reulecke (DE) — Patricia Rodriguez (RA) — Mette Saabye  (DK) — Karin Seufert (DE) — Despo Sophocleous (CA/DE) — Christoph Straube (DE) — Jie Sun (CN) — Fumiki Taguchi (JP) — Anna Talbot (NO) — Sabina Tiemroth (RA) — Karola Torkos (DE) — Karen Vanmol (BE) — Gabi Veit (IT) — Andrea Wagner (NL) — Florian Weichsberger (DE/I) — Wen-Miao Yeh (TW)

Retrospektive bei Schmuck 2014: Dorothea Prühl, Deutschland

29/12/2013

SCHMUCK 2014 – OFFICIAL SELECTION – (Munich, Germany) – 12-18 Mars 2014

Schmuck 2014déjà ! … encore !! ……

OFFICIAL SELECTION

Place: Willy Brandt Allee 1 (Munich, Germany)
Management: Wolfgang Lösche
12.Mar.2014 – 18.Mar.2014

Schmuck 2014 - déjà ! encore !!  Place: Willy Brandt Allee 1 (Munich, Germany) Management: Wolfgang Lösche 12.Mar.2014 - 18.Mar.2014  website: www.hwk-m...
 
More than 552 goldsmiths from 43 countries around the globe applied to participate in the special “Schmuck” (Jewellery) show at the International Crafts Fair in Munich next year. This great interest once again confirms the importance of this event in the context of contemporary jewellery-making and the significance attached to it worldwide. An above-average number of applications were received this year from Australia, Japan and Taiwan, but also from New Zealand and Argentina, the latter having been among the applicants for only a few years now. The selection for 2014 was made especially interesting thanks to the many new exhibitors nominated by the curator Jorunn Veiteberg of Copenhagen. Unusually, “Jewellery 2014” features over 25 new exhibitors, who will be represented in this renowned exhibition for the first time.
For the year 2014, a total of 66 participants from 25 nations were invited to exhibit. Numerically most strongly represented are goldsmiths from Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, Australia, Denmark and Sweden. The applicants grow younger by the year, an indicator that even before or immediately after finishing their training goldsmiths seek to compete in our special show, present their work to an interested public, experts, gallery owners and museum curators, and rapidly find their way into the jewellery avant-garde. “Jewellery” is an important venue for making a name for oneself in international goldsmiths’ circles, establishing contacts, and not least, witnessing the award of the prestigious Herbert Hofmann Prize on Saturday.
 
 
Selected Artists: Anne Achenbach, DE –  Tobias Alm, SE – Sawa Aso, JP — Rut-Malin Barklund, SE — Peter Bauhuis, DE — Nicole Beck, DE — Alexander Blank, DE — Iris Bodemer, DE — Bas Bouman, NL  — Sungho Cho, KR — Eunmi Chun, KR –  Kat Cole, USA – Annette Dam, DK — Rian de Jong, NL — Laura Deakin, AU — Peter Deckers, NZ/NL – Paul Derrez, NL — Bin Dixon-Ward, AU — Georg Dobler, DE — Iris Eichenberg, NL/USA/DE — Réka Fekete, HU — Benedikt Fischer, AT — Kyoko Fukuchi, JP — Antje Godglück, NL/DE — Andi Gut, DE — Gesine Hackenberg, NL/DE — Cecilia Hecker, Arg. — Hanna Hedman, SE — Akihiro Ikeyama, JP — Karin Johansson, SE — Mareike Kanafani, DK — Beppe Kessler, NL — Ulrike Kleine-Behnke, DE — Jun Konishi, JP — Manon van Kouswijk, NL/AU — Marie-Louise Kristensen,DK — Daniel Kruger, Südafrika/DE — Dongchun Lee, KR — Sally Marsland, AU — Sharon Massey, USA – Yutaka Minegishi, JP/DE — Shelley Norton, NZ — Maria Nuutinen, FI — Kristi Paap, EE — Noon Passama, TH/NL — Ruudt Peters, NL — Lina Peterson, GB — Nicole Polentas, GR/AU — Jo Pond, GB — Auba Pont, ES – Tabea Reulecke, DE — Patricia Rodriguez, Arg. — Mette Saabye, DK — Karin Seufert, DE — Despo Sophocleous, CA/DE — Christoph Straube, DE — Jie Sun, CN — Fumiki Taguchi, JP — Anna Talbot, NO — Sabina Tiemroth, Arg. — Karola Torkos, DE — Karen Vanmol, BE — Gabi Veit, IT — Andrea Wagner, NL — Florian Weichsberger, DE/IT — Wen-Miao Yeh, TW
 
Retrospektive bei Schmuck 2014: Dorothea Prühl, Deutschland
Honored as next year’s Modern Classic will be Dorothea Prühl, a goldsmith who lives in Halle. A teacher at Burg Giebichenstein Art College, she not only helped shape an entire generation of young goldsmiths but, over and above her teaching activity, has created an admirable, original oeuvre that holds a very special place within contemporary jewellery design.
 
The special “Jewellery” show is characterized by the choice of certain themes which, in the eyes of curator Jorunn Veiteberg, represent salient traits of current jewellery design. As signs of our times and selection criteria, she sees found objects of metal or wood, things that bear definite marks of use, materials that speak an expressive, earthy language, forms and structures reminiscent of architecture, as well as masks, a tendency to mysticism, and forceful color schemes.
 
 
Willy Brandt Allee 1 (Munich, Germany)
Management: Wolfgang Lösche
12.Mar.2014 – 18.Mar.2014
website: www.hwk-muenchen.de
mail: eva.sarnowski@hwk-muenchen.de

26/10/2012

EXPO ‘Ashes and Diamonds’ – Galleria Pihatto, Lappeenranta (Finland) – 31 Oct.-25 Nov. 2012

Ashes and Diamonds
Contemporary jewellery from Finland

EXPO 'Ashes and Diamonds' - Galleria Pihatto, Lappeenranta (Finland) - 31 Oct.-25 Nov. 2012 dans Anna RIKKINEN (FI) Ashes_Diamonds

Ashes and Diamonds is a curated contemporary jewellery exhibition, that’s part of the World Design Capital Helsinki 2012- program. Contemporary jewellery, which is rarely showcased in Finland, is a marginal and groundbreaking form of art. 18 artists and 36 works in total were chosen for the exhibition, which is curated by Päivi Ruutiainen (who’s currently preparing her doctorate on contemporary jewellery)  in cooperation with HUMAK and The Jewellery Art Association in Finland.
The mission of the exhibition is to break both the preconceptions about jewellery as an art form as well as the limits of the art world. The project will also give an opportunity for finnish jewellery artists to showcase their art and increase public knowledge of contemporary jewellery.

After Platina, the exhibition can be seen at :
Lahti, Finland: Muotohuoltamo, 3.10.2012 – 24.10.2012
Lappeenranta, Finland: Pappilan Pihatto, 31.10.2012 – 25.11.2012

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More information : www.tuhkaajatimantteja.fi

 

Artists :
Ulla AholaEija MustonenEero Lintusaari — Helena LehtinenVeera MetsoTerhi TolvanenMia MaljojokiTarja TuupanenKaisa Logren — Tiina RajakallioElo UibokandJanna SyvänojaAnna RikkinenElli Hukka — Clarice Finell — Kati NulpponenMaria NuutinenAri Pyörälä

Ashes and Diamonds: Helena Lehtinen, from series GardensHelena Lehtinen, from series Gardens

 Anna Rikkinen Anna RikkinenTiina Rajakallio, necklaceTiina Rajakallio, necklace

Ashes and Diamonds: Anna Rikkinen, pendant from series Varjojen huone (Shadow's room)Anna Rikkinen, pendant from series Varjojen huone (Shadow’s room)

 

 

GALLERIA PIHATTO
Valtakatu 80
53130 Lappeenranta

sähköposti: info@e-ktaide.net
puh. 040 680 4071

28/10/2010

Mais où est donc passée la religion ??????

Le bijou, support politique, support religieux, « support d’idées » « tout court » ?

souvent, ces bijoux traduisent une « double » religion : l’idée de religion ‘classique, transmise par la forme de la croix, puis celle d’autres « religions », plus modernes diront-nous, transmisses par le matériau : l’adoration du « dieu informatique », du « dieu consommation » (le coca ? l’amérique ? la nourriture ? l’argent ? ) …..

D’autre fois, la croix est juste une structure comme une autre, mais particulièrement attirante : la « structure primaire » je dirais …..

Mais où est donc passée la religion ?????? dans Amazing Animal (FI)
Daniel Michel - New Traditional Jewellery 2007 at Sieraad Art Fair

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David Poston- ‘The Real Thing’ – pectoral cross 2004 – Steel on a wooden frame – V&A Museum

« This cross uses recycled Coca Cola bottle tops, gathered in Rwanda and laser-welded over a wooden frame. Dr David Poston who made the cross, has worked in Africa for many years, teaching blacksmithing techniques to rural communities under the auspices of the United Nations. In a statement about the piece, Poston posed a series of questions which the viewer might like to consider, such as:
‘Is there anything inherently offensive in the piece? If someone were to choose to take offence, would this be because of any statement genuinely inherent to the piece or a reflection of their own position, prejudices and asssumptions?’
‘If the juxtaposition of cross and Coca Cola is offensive, to whom and why?’
‘What do used Coca Cola bottle tops imply or represent? In this context, what is the significance of their coming from Rwanda?’
‘How great is the difference between the two symbols? Do they now both represent brands?‘ »(David Poston)

very_important_detail dans Carole DELTENRE (FR)http://www.kunstbanken.no/images/artitude-mona-wallstrom140.jpg
Mona Wallstrøm « 20 very important things to remember » – detail of ankle piece

 

 

 dans Chloe DURAND (FR)
Carole Deltenre- komboloi for women – silver

« related to the traditional rosary, the komboloi is a Greek traditionnal object only used by men. Here it consist of the clitores -cast in silver- of 19 women » – cet objet/bijou est JUBILATOIRE !

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Chloé Durand (FR) – « Supplice exquis » – chapelet en chocolat + laiton

« Considérer le bijou comme un moyen d’expression au même titre que la photographie, la vidéo…
Des bijoux porteurs de messages, des bijoux politiques, des bijoux qui interrogent, des bijoux engagés
Je m’amuse à détourner les objets, à associer des matériaux tels que l’os, le béton, ou encore le chocolat, avec les métaux propres à la bijouterie (or, argent…).
J’utilise ces moyens pour dénoncer un fait, pointant du doigt les failles de notre société où l’individu et le collectif s’affrontent sans cesse…
Un regard ironique sur les comportements humains. »(
Chloé Durand)

61126_149530145085782_149497855089011_233060_2376810_n dans Constanze SCHREIBER (DE)59944_149531141752349_149497855089011_233074_7439063_n dans Daniel MICHEL (DE)
Chloé Durand – A Dieu… Adieu ?- Broche en argent + médaille de baptême en or + béton teinté

71704_457336734242_160154969242_5274879_3716451_n dans David POSTON (UK)
Emmanuel Lacoste‘ s Opening nite (by LNY) par AKAun… steack crucifié (pour la bonne cause ?) … mais peut-on parler de « bijou » ?

http://www.maricazottino.com/public/rozancius.jpg1-9%20%20f-rozan-f dans Emmanuel LACOSTE (FR)
Solveiga & Alfredas Krivičiai- rozancius- ‘Rossary for homo consumer’ 55 coins, hematite, ready made

« “…if jewellery is art, can it really remain indifferent to the cultural, technological and social changes taking place at the moment in the society?… Can jewelery react actively to social processes? Can it be socially engaged? Or maybe these days jewellery can, albeit indirectly, express people’s aspiration and phobias, actively and perhaps even dramatically react to the “now”…« 

http://static.velvetdavinci.com/images/ebendorfring1web.jpg
Robert Ebendorf Ring (« 200 rings » exhibition at Velvet da Vinci Gallery)

maria_nuutinen
Maria Nuutinen Object ‘Passio’ (pìncushion), 2003 (she belongs to « Amazing Animal » group)

usko dans Eric LOUBSER (ZA)
Maria Nuutinen 

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_dDiJ3Beteq0/SzzS_TZuQeI/AAAAAAAAFL8/YwzjjM5SdBM/s400/Kate+Barton.jpg
Kate BartonNew Structure Brooch – oxidised stg, 9ct Y gold, wood, glue, paint, 2009

« I am inspired by structures, building plans, diagrams, underground pipes and wires, sparkling gems, Morse code, semiotics, secrets and machines. » (Kate Barton)

thumb478 dans Frank TJEPKEMA (NL)
thumb477 dans Kate BARTON (NZ)
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)

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<font size=Frank Tjepkema - pendant ‘bling bling’ 2002- gold plated stainless steel- label « Chi Ha Paura…? »

« This medallion in the shape of a decorated cross is made out of paper-thin layers of gold-plated steel perforated to reveal logos like those of Coca Cola, Diesel, Kleenex and Gucci. » ………………………….

Contemporary South African Studio Jewelry from the Stellenbosch Area at Velvet da Vinci Gallery,
Eric Loubser – Pendant

constanze dans Katja PRINS (NL)
Constanze Schreiber, in opdracht van New Traditional Jewellery -2007  (photo Francis Willemstijn)

14/02/2010

SCHMUCK 2010 – Munich (DE) 3-9 mars 2010

The high standards and stunning inventiveness of its participants turn the international special show SCHMUCK into a renowned show case for trends in jewellery art world wide.

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SCHMUCK is a special show of the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades taking place in Munich in March each year.
Tout le programme (et fichier à décharger) sur la page de Klimt02 (un grand merci !)

Monika brugger - bagues_trousRamon Puig Cuyas - Guighi de nihilo nihil 2007 broochANNAMARIA ZANELLA - bracelet
Monika Brugger bagues trous –Ramon Puig Cuyas broche ‘Guighi de nihilo nihil’ 2007– Annamaria Zanella bracelet

Selected artists : 

Lucia Babjakova, Peter Bauhuis, Doris Betz, David Bielander, Sofia Björkman, Alexander Blank, Marta Boan, Sigurd BrongerMonika Brugger, Doug Bucci, Simon Cottrell, Gemma Draper, Diana Dudek, Iris Eichenberg, Maureen Faye-Chauhan, Jantje Fleischhut, Melanie Georgacopoulos, Andi Gut, Ursula Guttmann, Gésine Hackenberg, Mielle Harvey, Stefan Heuser, John Iversen, Sergey Jivetin, Machteld van Joolingen, Jasleen Kaur, Marie-Louise Kristensen, Felieke van der Leest, Helena Lehtinen, Benjamin Lignel, Anne Lene Løvhaug, Mia Maljojoki, Mikiko Minewaki, Marc Monzó, Shelley Norton, Maria Nuutinen, Michalina Owczarek, Seth Papac,  Matin Papcún, Johanna Persson, Ruudt PetersNatalya Pinchuk, Karen Pontoppidan, Beverley Price, Ramon Puig CuyàsEstela Sáez VilanovaMiro Sazdic, Isabell Schaupp, Bernhard SchobingerPetra Schou, Karin Seufert, Chey Son, Sanna SvedestedtMirei Takeuchi, Annie Tung, Flora Vagi, Tanel Veenre, Andrea Wagner, Annamaria Zanella.

Mikiko Minewaki - necklace 'plachain 2004' - curler - schmuck2010pinky- Mia Maljojoki necklace.jpg
Mikiko Minewaki (JP) necklace ‘pla-chain’
Mia Maljojoki jewelry

 

Les dernières créations de  Ramon Puig Cuyàs seront visibles du 3 au 9 mars pendant Schmûck 2010

>> Download the complete program of events

(or have quick look at :  http://www.klimt02.net/fairs/index.php?item_id=15872 )

Schmuck 2010
Willy Brandt Allee 1
Messegelände
81829 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49 (089) 9 49 55-230
Fax: +49 (089) 9 49 55 – 239

 

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