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03/03/2014

EXPO ‘SOLOƧ – NEVER ODD OR EVEN’ – Munich (DE) – Part I :The Foundry : 14-16 Mars 2014 // Part II : 84 GHz 13-16 Mars 2014

SCHMUCK 2014 – Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014

Märta Mattsson and Tanel Veenre :

two exhibitions SOLOƧ – NEVER ODD OR EVEN, Part I and Part II will open next week in Munich. We hope to see you there ! Keep your eyes open this week for sneak peeks of our new pieces and the project on our facebook pages :)

Tanel Veenre & Marta Mattsson

 

Part I · Kunstgießerei MünchenThe Foundry
Schleißheimerstraße 72
14-16 March 2014
Privat View on Friday 18
Saturday 11-19 Sunday 11-16

 

Part II · 84 GHz
Poetry by Daniel Graziadei
Music by Lauri-Dag Tüür
Georgenstraße 84
13-16 March 2014
Privat View on Thursday 19
Friday to Sunday 12-20

SOLOS-NEVER ODD OR EVEN, Part I and Part II

« Me and Tanel only have palindromes on our minds right now… Here is the concept behind our collaboration and our two upcoming exhibitions in Munich next week.
SOLOS
NEVER ODD OR EVEN
Tanel Veenre & Märta Mattsson
[palindrome] is a word, phrase, number or other sequence of symbols or elements, whose meaning may be interpreted the same way in either forward or reverse direction.
Palindromes like, A NUT FOR A JAR OF TUNA or EVIL RATS ON NO STAR LIVE, might not make so much sense to us but nonetheless they are symmetrical riddles that play with our perception of how we see things. Many believe that symmetrical objects have an inner harmony, and value them for this. In nature, symmetry is approximate. For example, plant leaves, while considered symmetric, rarely match up exactly when folded in half. If there is no such thing as perfect symmetry in nature, can we find perfection in imperfections?

What happens when two artists decide to mirror their own work but also reflect and bounce off each other’s visual language? Will we BORROW OR ROB ideas from one another? Will we feel the need to be the one who MUST SELL AT TALLEST SUM? Will our work end up at the same LEVEL? Or will ‘DAMMIT I’M MAD!’ for doing this pop up in our heads? Our new series of work has been created under an echo of two minds exploring the contradictory meanings of symmetry in nature and life. Mirrors are commonly used for personal grooming or admiring oneself. In the mirror you can see yourself, but not quite… The mirror image is reversed. In a mutual admiration can we create a MEGA GEM? This might get interesting, WON’T IT NOW? Have we hit your RADAR? Come and see this TOP SPOT that is TOO HOT TO HOOT! »

 

Marta Mattsson -  new series 'Palindromes'. 2014Marta Mattsson -  new series ‘Palindromes’. 2014
Marta Mattsson - rebirth - 2014Marta Mattsson – rebirth – 2014
Tanel Veenre, Brooch, 2014
Tanel VeenreBrooch: Animus Antilope (silhouette), 2014 – Seahorses, artificial resin, silver, cosmic dust

Tanel Veenre, Brooch, 2014Tanel VeenreBrooch: Palindrome I (silhouette), 2014Seahorses, opal, artificial resin, silver, cosmic dust

 

The Foundry
Schleibheimer Straße 72
80797 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)89 30 63 79 11
website: www.84ghz.de/jourfix
mail: schmuck@84GHz.de

 

84 GHz
Georgenstrasse 84
80799 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49(0)89 30 63 79 11

 

07/01/2014

Pour vivre heureux, vivons caché ….

« Un bijou peut se porter ostensiblement, mais on peut aussi vouloir le cacher. Sa préciosité devient alors un “trésor” que seuls connaissent celui ou celle qui le porte, celui ou celle qui l’a inventé. On rejoint là une idée chère aux dandys des temps anciens qui portaient des baleines en or dans leur col de chemise. Des artistes contemporains ont développé cette conception et créé leurs propres histoires. Un bijou, c’est essentiellement la présence de l’autre sur soi, transmis d’un patrimoine familial ou cadeau d’un être aimant. L’artiste peut décider de nommer bijou un objet et lui donner ce statut. Ainsi, comme le souligne Marie-Ange Guilleminot, on pourrait imaginer de donner ce statut au parfum d’un savon, qui devient ainsi parure-présence éphémère entre deux êtres complices. Virginie Bois l’a conçu avec de la fumée ou de la glace ………  [dans] une oeuvre qu’elle a réalisée il y a cinq ans pour un mariage. On lui avait commandé un bijou. Elle a alors proposé une feuille d’or qu’on applique sur la peau. Ce bijou ne vit que s’il est porté. Il change jusqu’à disparaître complètement. Seul le temps le vole inéluctablement. C’est une préciosité qu’on ne peut garder, un bijou qu’on oublie aussitôt après avoir choisi où l’appliquer. La feuille agit, impliquant naturellement une attitude de dignité devant ce qui est un symbole, une idée, une histoire. Seul le regard de l’autre révèle sa présence. L’art vous va si bien… » Marc Pottier

Le MAITRE de ce jeu de cache-cache étant bien sur Otto Künzli !

voir aussi  HOW TO PRONG & SET sur Pinterest ……

 

Otto Kunzli, Otto Künzli  Bracelet: Gold Makes Blind 1980  Gold, rubber  Photo: © VG BildKunst 2013Otto Künzli – « Gold Makes You Blind », gold, rubber, 1980 – a ball of gold encased in a black rubber bangle – INVISIBLE !

Marta Mattson - “Black Beetle” FlourishRing in copper, pearls, lacquer and resin 600£ Marta Mattson – “Black Beetle” FlourishRing in copper, pearls, lacquer and resin

Marta Mattson.  brooch made out of walnut wood, beetle, cubic zirconias, resin, lacquer and silver.Marta Mattsson brooch – made out of walnut wood, beetle, cubic zirconias, resin, lacquer and silver.

Etsuko Sonobe  Necklace  18-karat gold, pearls  http://etsukosonobe.comEtsuko Sonobe  Necklace  18-karat gold, pearls 
Nick Dong Ring - vivre caché .....
Nick Dong Ring – vivre caché …..
For the Ancestors. 2008. Ring. 18k gold, plastic, sapphire, aquamarine, Lawrence WoodfordLawrence Woodford - For the Ancestors. 2008. Ring. 18k gold, plastic, sapphire, aquamarine

 Alan Revere - "implosion" ring - gold, diamondsAlan Revere – « implosion » ring – gold, diamonds  inside out idea Ball Track bangle - Sean O'Connell -    Stainless steel, ruby ball bearingsSean O’Connell – Ball Track bangle -     Stainless steel, ruby ball bearings

Sam-Tho Duong – The Magic of GingerSam-Tho Duong – The Magic of Ginger – brooch in silver and nylon with dyed coral stones
Sam Tho Duong - brooch from "ginger" collection Sam Tho Duong – brooch from « ginger » collection

lia di gregorioLia Di Gregorio Bracelet « Pearls inside » in brushed yellow gold and white pearls.

Tina Chow designed bracelet - woven basketry with, inside, "free" rough stones ....Tina Chow designed bracelet – woven basketry with, inside, « free » rough stones …. free … and hide
The Rattle ring. Clever design with inside compartments for eight diamonds that will rattle inside the ring when worn - by john ReinholdJohn Reinhold – The Rattle ring -  inside compartments for eight diamonds that will rattle inside the ring when worn
kathy frey: sculptural wire jewelry - Floating Pearl BangleKathy Frey – Floating Pearl Riverstone Bangle 2011

KJL jet bangleKJL (Kenneth J Lane) jet bangle

Ring | G.Kabirski. Gold, sapphires and diamonds G.Kabirski -  Ring – Gold, sapphires and diamonds

 

Les boucles d'oreilles de Melanie Georgacopoulos

Melanie Georgacopoulos earrings

02/01/2014

EXPO ‘18th annual exhibition’ – Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montréal (CA) – 1er Dec. 2013 – 1er Fevr. 2014

Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h 18th annual exhibition

01-Dec-2013 -01-Feb-2014

Exposition collective / group exhibition

For its 18th anniversary, Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h gathers the creations by 60 jewelry artists from here and elsewhere. Impressed by the multiplicity of forms, shapes and styles, this exhibition wants to be a portrait of the current production in contemporary jewelry.

EXPO noel G

 

Among the group of the permanently gallery’s artists, we can find the new collections by Barbara Stutman, using textile techniques to create her new pieces made of vinyl lacing, colored copper wire and fresh water pearls. Working with wood, Gabrielle Desmarais, Julia Turner, Tobias Alm and Anne-Marie Rébillard use this material in many unexpected ways. For this event, Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h invited artists from all over the world. Nature provides many possibility of creation. Seulgi Kwon creates exceptional brooches and necklaces using silicone, thread and plastic. Silke Spitzer success in translating her perception of nature in her wonderful slides wood necklaces. Peter Hoogeboom proposes amazing neckpieces and brooches made of ceramic small amphoras and silver.  An intensive labor in drilling little holes in her construction, Sandra Enterline plays with the structures and the light. Louise Perrone uses vibrant colored fabric to build her structural neckpieces. The gallery invites you to discover plenty of new works.

Märta Mattsson Brooch: Fossils, 2013 Cicadas, crushed malachite, resin, glitter, silver]Märta Mattsson Brooch: Fossils, 2013 Cicadas, crushed malachite, resin, glitter, silver
Kaori Juzu, Brooch, Kaori Juzu - Brooch: Storyteller #4 – Copper, enamel, silver
Gabrielle Desmarais, Earrings, Gabrielle Desmarais - Earrings: Cocoon – Silver, wood, onyx, thread, graphite pigment
Seulgi Kwon, Brooch, Seulgi KwonBrooch: Hidden Instinct 1 – Silicone, cotton, steel, pigment, plastic
Peter Hoogeboom, Brooch, Peter Hoogeboom - Brooch: North Sea 5 – Fused ceramic, silver, steel
Julia Turner, Pendant, Julia Turner – Pendant: Mill pendant#1 – Wood, steel, thread

 

Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h
4836 boulevard St-Laurent,
Montréal H2T 1R5
téléphone : 514-840-9362
Courriel: info@galerienoelguyomarch.com

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

03/12/2013

EXPO ‘News from the Permian’ – Museums für Naturkunde Chemnitz, Chemnitz (DE) – 30 Oct. 2013 – 5 Janv. 2014

News from the Permian – International Contemporary Jewellery Art and the Petrified Forest of Chemnitz

The local geological features of the Petrified Forest Chemnitz are in the focus of the current international jewellery art project. 
The fascinating aesthetic qualities of this 291 million years old silicified wood gives the inspiration to the work process of eleven jewellery artists from seven countries.
All of them already met on the 31st of January to the 2nd of February 2013 for a joint symposium at the Museum für Naturkunde Chemnitz. During this meeting, there were a lot of important, interesting and exciting moments: the main point was the selection of the stones and another one was the analysis of the materials of Chemnitz and their history.
The artists now are developing new unique jewellery pieces made from selected stones of petrified wood back home in their ateliers. First of the jewellery pieces are already finished and we looking forward to an exciting collection of very various individual works.

News from the Permian- International Contemporary Jewellery Art and the Petrified Forest of Chemnitz

Artists:  Beate von Appen — Beate Eismann — Heike Lau Birgit LakenDeganit Stern SchockenFlora VagiGeorg DoblerMargit JäschkeMari Ishikawa Märta Mattsson Martin Papcun


Mari Ishikawa, Brooch, 2013
Mari Ishikawa – Landscape, 2013 – Silicified wood from the Petrified Forest Chemnitz, silver, aluminum – Photo: LaszloToth

Margit Jäschke, Brooch, 2013Margit Jäschke – Brooch: Untitled, 2013 – Silver, paper, plastic, topaz – Photo: Laszlo Toth

Georg Dobler, Brooch, 2013Georg Dobler – Brooch: Untitled, 2013 – Silver 925, paint, petrified wood, carnelian – Photo: Laszlo Toth

Beate Eismann, Brooch, 2013Beate Eismann - Brooch: FLORA DES PERMS, 2013 – Silicified wood from the Petrified Forest Chemnitz, plastic, silver - Photo: Laszlo Toth

Birgit Laken, Necklace, 2013Birgit Laken – Necklace: Flying Insects, 2013 – Silicified wood from the Petrified Forest Chemnitz, silver patinated, plastic, pigment - Photo: Laszlo Toth

Martin Papcún, Object, 2013Martin Papcún -  Object: Untitled, 2013 – Patinated silver – Photo: Laszlo Toth

Märta Mattsson, Brooch, 2013 Märta Mattsson – Brooch: Eruption, 2013 – Silicified wood from the Petrified Forest Chemnitz, flowers, branch, resin, silver - Photo: Laszlo Toth

Mari Ishikawa, Brooch, 2013Mari Ishikawa – Brooch: Landscape, 2013 – Silicified wood from the Petrified Forest Chemnitz, silver, aluminum -  Photo : Laszlo Toth

Flora Vagi, Ring, 2013Flora Vagi -  Ring: Untitled, 2013 – Silicified wood from the Petrified Forest Chemnitz, wood, paint – Photo: Laszlo Toth

 

Museums für Naturkunde Chemnitz
Moritzstraße 20
09111 – Chemnitz
Germany
Telephone: (0049) (0) 371-488 4551
Fax: (0049) (0) 371-488 4597

02/11/2013

EXPo ‘Märta Mattsson: United in Death’ – Putti Art Gallery, Riga (Lettonie) – 14 – 28 Nov. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Lettonie (LV),Marta MATTSSON (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 20:29

Märta Mattsson : United in Death

From November 15th to 28th (2013) gallery will display jewellery exhibition United in Death” by the Swedish jewellery artist Marta Mattsson.
The artist describes her work as full with tension caused by simultaneous attraction and repulsion, when you do not want to look at something but you still do, when you do not want to see something but you still see.
I take seemingly inappropriate materials, making ordinary and familiar objects look extraordinary and unfamiliar,” – the artist tells about her unusual jewellery.
She choses to work with insects, animal remains and other biological material, transforming them into astonishingly poetic and aesthetic jewellery.

Matson_webam_EN
(« Black spider » Brooch 2012 Copper electroformed spider, lacquer, cubic zirconias, resin, silver)

 Märta Mattsson, Necklace, 2013Märta Mattsson – Necklace: The hunt 2013 – Copper electroformed spiders, driftwood, lacquer, silver, cubic zirconia

Märta Mattsson, Necklace, 2013Märta Mattsson – Necklace: Split 2013 – Copper electroformed beetle, driftwood, silver, cubic zirconia

Märta Mattsson, Necklace, 2013Märta Mattsson – Necklace: Landed 2013 – Cicada, crushed copper ore, driftwood, silver, crushed pyrite and copper ore, glitter

Märta Mattsson, Brooch, 2013Märta Mattsson – Brooch: Split 2013 -  Copper electroformed beetle, lacquer, cubic zirconia, silver

 

 

Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 – Rīga
Latvia
Telephone: +371 67214229
Fax: +371 67214230
website: www.putti.lv
mail: gallery@putti.lv

EXPO ‘From the Coolest Corner’ – Designmuseum, Helsinki (FI) – 11 Oct. 2013-12 Janv. 2014

Touring exhibition that presents the best work in contemporary Nordic jewellery design

The joint Nordic exhibition will continue on its tour from Finland to Estonia, and from there to Sweden.

NO_Talbot_rajattu
(Anna Talbot  work)

This joint exhibition presents the best work in contemporary Nordic jewellery design. The exhibits consist of 159 pieces of jewellery by 61 Nordic designers, also featured a group of Estonian jewellery designers. The exhibition aims to present a broad overview of contemporary Nordic jewellery, generate dialogue and to provide more information on the national and international status of contemporary jewellery.

Nordic jewellery thrives and interests audiences. This is the shared view of the producers of this touring exhibition. Its message is that Nordic jewellery is experimental, bold, expressive – and cool.

Designers from the Nordic countries and Estonia were asked to send samples of their work to the touring exhibition’s five-member jury. The members of the jury were Liesbet den Besten of the Netherlands, Widar Halén of Norway, Love Jönsson of Sweden, Päivi Ruutiainen of Finland and Jorunn Veiteberg of Denmark.

 

The exhibition at Design Museum contains work by the following jewellery designers, among others: Kim Buck (DK) –  Julie Bach (DK) –  Kaori Juzu (DK) –  Marie-Louise Kristensen (DK) –  Maarja Niinemägi (EE) –  Kristi Paap (EE) –  Janna Syväoja (FI) –  Anna Rikkinen (FI) –  Janne Hirvonen (FI) –  Helena Lehtinen (FI) –  Aino Favén (FI) –  Clarice Finell (FI) –  Mirja March (FI) –  Hulda B. Ágústsdóttir (IS) –  Konrad Mehus (NO) –  Sigurd Bronger (NO) –  Lillan Eliassen (NO) –  Anna Talbot (NO) –  Tobias Alm (SE) –  Beatrice Brovia (SE) –  Åsa Elmstam (SE) –  Daniela Hedman (SE) –  Paula Lindblom (SE) –  Märta Mattson (SE) –  Lena Olson (SE).

 

Julia Maria Künnap (EE), brooch From the Middle of a Dream, 2010, obsidian, gold
Julia Maria Künnap (EE), brooch From the Middle of a Dream, 2010, obsidian, gold

 Helena Lehtinen (FIN), necklace Gardens, 2012, wood, leaf, leaf gold, silver, beadsHelena Lehtinen (FIN), necklace Gardens, 2012, wood, leaf, leaf gold, silver, beads

Janna Syvänoja (FIN), necklace Untitled I, 2012, paper, steelwire
Janna Syvänoja (FIN), necklace Untitled I, 2012, paper, steelwire
Josephine Winther (DK), necklaces Ding , 2011, 45 bells, five different bronze alloys, silver, gold/copper alloy, porcelain, amber, agat
Josephine Winther (DK), necklaces Ding , 2011, 45 bells, five different bronze alloys, silver, gold/copper alloy, porcelain, amber, agat
Daniela Hedman (SE), necklace Feet from the Ground Series, 2010, copper, thread
Daniela Hedman (SE), necklace Feet from the Ground Series, 2010, copper, thread

 

For more information on the touring exhibition, see http://www.coolestcorner.no/

Design Museum
Korkeavuorenkatu 23
00130 Helsinki
Tel. +358 (09) 622 0540
Fax. +358 (09) 622 05455
info@designmuseum.fi

25/04/2013

EXPO ‘Hardware Artware’ – Atta Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 2 mai-2 juin 2013

Hardware Artware

Hardware Artware-

“Little fragments, links and colors which are connected to each other points towards one direction. Their reason is not always visible at first sight, but by using them and by taking a deeper look under their surfaces, they open up another world…a world full of new information that connects people together.
Hardware – Artware is an intensive and compact connection full of tension.”
The group of 5 jewelers started to work together one and a half years ago in search for alternative ways of display for contemporary jewelry. Their aim is to display their jewelry pieces in new and unexpected ways.

Francisca BauzaLisa BjorkeMarta MattssonDeborah RudolphNina Sajet

  Francisca Bauzá Necklace: Nénuphar Enameled copper, silver  Francisca Bauzá Necklace: Nénuphar Enameled copper, silver

Deborah Rudolph, Brooch,Deborah Rudolph, Brooch Bhangene Berge – Jade, Silver, Steel

Lisa Björke  Brooch: Kristina  Copper, brass, antler, bead cord, dental wire, lacquerLisa Björke  Brooch: Kristina  Copper, brass, antler, bead cord, dental wire, lacquer

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road, Bangrak
Bangkok, 10500, Thailand.
tel +66 2 238 6422
info@attagallery.com
http://www.attagallery.com

13/04/2013

EXPO ‘Dialogue’ – Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montréal (Québec, Canada) – 5-28 April, 2013

Dialogue: International Exhibition Contemporary Jewellery by Emerging Artists

L’univers du bijou contemporain évolue de manière fulgurante depuis une trentaine d’années. Cependant toujours  peu connu du grand public, ce champ relativement nouveau progresse en marge de la joaillerie traditionnelle en rassemblant de créateurs de la relève dont les démarches novatrices contribuent à l’enrichissement de la pratique ainsi qu’à son rayonnement international.

Cette exposition exceptionnelle intitulée Dialogue, rassemble les œuvres de 22 jeunes créateurs d’Allemagne, d’Australie, du Danemark, des États-Unis, du Japon, des Pays-Bas, de Suède et du Canada. La diversité des propositions permet d’entrevoir les maintes possibilités créatives et expressives dans le domaine du bijou contemporain. La collection réunit l’art de façonner, valorise les matériaux utilisés, fait preuve d’originalité et d’expérimentation, reflète l’esprit du temps et une vision du monde, mais aussi questionne le métier et les valeurs inhérentes du bijou. Le titre de l’exposition exprime le dialogue de l’artiste avec la matière et le concept, l’œuvre et le spectateur.

Des œuvres  de cette nouvelle génération de créateurs se retrouvent déjà dans plusieurs collections muséales internationales en autres Andrea Wagner au Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Despo Sophocleous de Halifax et Laura Deakin à la Pinakothek der Moderne Museum de Munich. Récemment, Les collections du Schmuck Museum de Pforzheim et du Röhsska Museum de Suède se sont enrichis de créations de Märta Mattsson. De nombreux prix ont également récompensé et salué leur travail d’exception.
 
Du 3 mai au 16 juin, le Harbourfront Centre de Toronto accueillera l’exposition dans le cadre des conférences de la Society of North American Goldsmiths.
 
'Dialogue: International Exhibition Contemporary Jewellery by Emerging Artists' - Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h (Montréal - Québec, Canada) - 5-28 April, 2013 -  Tobias Alm, Beatrice Brovia, Nicolas Cheng, Simon Cottrell, Laura Deakin, Gabrielle Desmarais, Arata Fuchi, Adam Grinovich, Arthur Hash, Kaori Juzu, Masumi Kataoka, Anya Kivarkis, Agnes Larsson, Mia Maljojoki, Märta Mattsson, Martin Papcún, Natalya Pinchuk, Despo Sophocleous, Jie Sun, Anthony Tammaro, Annie Tung and Andrea Wagner -Simon Cottrell  – Broche 2013 – Broche en monel 400 et acier inoxydable /Brooch in monel 400 and stainless steel

Adam Grinovich, Necklace, 2011 - Leather, TarAdam Grinovich, Hail 3/Fourth Prayer, 2011 – Collier en goudron, cuir, acier, chapelets/Necklace in tar, leather, steel, rosaries

 Arata Fuchi, Japanese contemporary jewelryArata Fuchi -  Wild flower Ring Oxidized silver 950, Oxidized silver powder, silver powder, Fine gold, Palladium Pulverization

Kaori Juzu…Kaori Juzu – brooch 2010 enamel, copper, 14kt gold

Martin Papcun - Innerspaces, 2011    Broche en polyurethane, argent, titane    Brooch in polyurethane, silver, titanium    70 x 90 x 60 mmMartin Papcun – Innerspaces, 2011    Broche en polyurethane, argent, titane    Brooch in polyurethane, silver, titanium

Despo Sophocleous Despo Sophocleous « Movement in place », Collier en bois, acier, peinture, laiton

gabrielle desmarais   White Canvas, 2011   Necklaces   shibuichui, wood, paint, cotton, pearlsGabrielle Desmarais   White Canvas, 2011   Necklaces   shibuichui, wood, paint, cotton, pearls

Natalya PinchukNatalya Pinchuk – Broche en laine, argent, cuivre, émail, plastique, cuir, fil ciré, acier inoxydable, or 22kt / Brooch in wool, silver, copper, enamel, plastic, leather, waxed thread, stainless steel, 22K gold

Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h (Montréal – Québec, Canada)
www.galerienoelguyomarch.com
4836 BOUL. ST-LAURENT
MONTRÉAL, QC | H2T 1R5
INFO@GALERIENOELGUYOMARCH.COM

23/01/2013

PREZIOSA YOUNG 2013 – WINNERS

« The selection had been very hard: we had 225 applicants, and mostly of them with excellent works…. The responsible for this selection was Dr Maria Cristina Bergesio, curator of PREZIOSA, which has selected the winners for the 2013’s edition, as follow :  Panjapol KulpapangkornRob ElfordBenedikt FischerKarin Roy AnderssonWan Hee ChoChiara ScarpittiAntje StolzLauren Vanessa Tickle
Our compliments! We also decided to give a special mention to: Mari EbbittAlice McLeanSofie BoonsKatharina MochMärta MattssonMarisa DesiiMina Kang
We invite the non-selected people to try again next year!! Selected artists (winners) will receive a message with the instruction regarding the material to send for the preview at Inhorgenta fair (Inhorgenta 2013, Munchen, Germany, February 22 to 25. ), and for the exhibition in Florence.  PY2013 will also be hosted at Legnica Silver Festival ( Legnica (Poland), on the occasion of the Silver Festival (May-June 2013). ). »

The exhibition will take place in Firenze, from 21st of June to 20th of July, 2013, In the Marino Marini Museum for contemporary arts.

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition -   Antje Stolz Jewellery.Antje Stolz -  Necklace: Askew II 2012 – Slate veneer, enamel paint, silk thread, lead

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  - Chiara Scarpitti  Collier: FLY'S BIRD 2012  Oxidate silver, pure silk/digital prints, steel/chemicalChiara Scarpitti -  Collier: FLY’S BIRD 2012 – Oxidate silver, pure silk/digital prints, steel/chemical

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  avec Benedikt Fischer.Benedikt Fischer – Brooch: Equus Equus 2011 – Plastic, remaniumPreziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  avec Karin Roy Andersson.Karin Roy Andersson – Brooch: A Constant Grinding 2012 – Apple seeds, titanium, aluminium steel, silver

Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition  Avec Lauren Vanessa Tickle.Lauren Vanessa Tickle -  Necklace: $300.00 US Dollars (Currency Converted) 2011 – US Currency, Silver, Latex, Monofilament

Panjapol Kulpapangkorn - Preziosa. Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition - Panjapol Kulpapangkorn -  Pieces: Jewellery Is At MY Feet, The Show Is Yours 2012 - Mixed medias, Paper boxesPanjapol Kulpapangkorn – The Memory Kits (Community project) -   Jewellery Is At MY Feet, The Show Is Yours 2012 – Mixed medias, Paper boxes

www.preziosa.org
Contact preziosa@artiorafe.it
Via dei Serragli, 104 – 50124 Firenze (Italy)
www.artiorafe.it
+39 055 22 80 131

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