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AUTOR Contemporary Jewelry Fair – Grand Hotel du Boulevard, Bucarest (Romania) – 13-14 May 2017

AUTOR 2017

ready for its 16th edition ! May 13-14,  Grand Hotel du Boulevard, Bucharest. Come discover the emerging talents of contemporary jewelry.

Out of the 190 applications received for the 2017 editionn, our jury selected 90 artists to be discovered during our international fair
AUTOR 2017
AUTOR <3 community. AUTOR takes its 8 years mission further by shaping the contemporary jewelry community. We connect artists with passionate jewelry lovers, collectors, international galleries, distributors or specialised media. The 2017 jury includes Sofia Björkman – Jewellery artist and Founder of Gallery Platina in Stockholm Doris Maninger – Director of Alchimia Jewelry School in Florence, Lucia Massei – Director of Alchimia Jewelry School in Florence, Ruudt Peters – Artist, Professor Opere Summer School in The Netherlands, Paulo Ribeiro – Founder and Director of Joya Barcelona, Dan Pierșinaru – Founder and Director of Autor. This spring we launch the 4th issue of AUTOR – the contemporary art magazine, one more reason to be there!
 CRUSHED by Andra Lupu, Romania - AUTOR 2017CRUSHED by Andra Oana Lupu, Romania
« A celebration of fragility, life and feelings in a beautiful brooch.
”Crushed is what you feel when something beautiful is ending, crushed is how you feel when you lose someone dear. But every ending is a new beginning, it’s up to you how you start over, or whether if you take the good or the bad of every experience. In my new collection, I use thin layers of « crushed » melted silver, to create a jewelry as a metaphor to the fragility of life, relationships, feelings”. »
 Tubular Collection by Ana Pina, Portugal - AUTOR 2017Tubular Collection by Ana Pina, Portugal
« Ana’s jewelries celebrate multiple possibilities using geometrical wiseness. To infinity and back!
”The Tubular Collection combines round wires and tubes in a subtle way, creating both minimalist and statement pieces that aim to celebrate pure geometric lines and its multiple possibilities of combination. The rationality of orthogonal alignments is challenged by the mutable character of movement and by the seeming idea that the connections between the different elements are fragile and unpredictable, which accentuates the sense that any combination is possible – from the simplest isolated element to infinity” »
16psyche Collection by Anna Börcsök, Hungary  16psyche Collection by Anna Börcsök,  Hungary 
« Can a jewelry collection be an exclamation sign? Anna’s answer is yes.
”The jewelry and the wearer should be inseparable. Without them we are naked and helpless. These pieces are fractal based Armours and they determinate the movement and actions of the wearer’s position. I was studying the Ancient societies and examining the current social models to get a predictable image of the future. The collection is an exclamation point, an invitation to face our own limitations”. »
Second Shape by Giulia Boccafogli fashion jewelry, Italy - AUTOR 2017Second Shape by Giulia Boccafogli fashion jewelry, Italy
« The forgotten becomes unforgettable.
”Second Shape is a second chance for the material to be used in a different way and also a second chance for my jewelry to become something different: an ornament or almost a dress. I like the idea that a ruin could be such a great source of beauty and this is the reason why I tried to explore a different way to work the “forgotten” leather: a super clean and modern material that can be worked in an apparent rough way” »
Night Writing by Letiția Pintlie, RomâniaNight Writing by Letitia Pintilie, România
« The sensory jewelry.
”Vision, our dominant sense, allows us to perceive the world through images, motion and colour. We use the information received from it to recognise and interact with objects and environments, interpret spatial cues. When impaired, one way of assisting it is by supplementing information through other means, like tactile. I translated this into the collection by constructing the pieces on elements that address both the vision and the touch” »
 Alien Flowers by Gülnur Özdağlar/ tertium non data, Turkey Alien Flowers by Gülnur Özdağlar/ tertium non data, Turkey
« Exploring new horizons of beauty  ”This collection is a search for creating deep sea corals and tropic flowers of another planet” »
 Necklace series by Magali Thibault Gobeil Joaillière, CanadaNecklace series by Magali Thibault Gobeil Joaillière, Canada
Lost in my imaginary world where everything is so delightful. That little place inside myself where everything is calm, joyful and pretty. Where my mind goes when everything is so hard outside, in the real world. These crazy forms of nature made from artificial materials are the result of that retreating into that special world that protects myself from not going crazy in the real world. They touch all our senses. We want to eat them as if they were candies, to touch them because of their appearance so smooth, spongy and colourful We all need that little break to full our body with a bit of joy. »"
AUTOR 2017 Sandra Tepla Jewellery, Czech Republic: Atomic Visions by Sandra Tepla Jewellery, Czech Republic
« Jewelry stand for a vision of future.
”Atomic Visions: Human Impulse is about futuristic textile structures, exploring empowerment/dominance in a pre-apocalyptic ‘rise before the fall’. My infatuation with textile cord has enabled me to create large scale work of colours previously unknown to me. It is this ‘WHY NOT?’ attitude that does the trick; often producing the most striking creations” »
 About Colour/ (Im)movable Collection by Konstanze Prechtl, Austria - AUTOR 2017About Colour/ (Im)movable Collection by Konstanze Prechtl, Austria
« Colour sets us free
« I use a range of colours derived from my personal life and surroundings which are applied in different ways to various materials. Depending on the line of sight, the viewer and wearer discover different colour schemes. The series “(Im)movable” reflects on Movement and Restraint – Freedom and Restriction. Although each joint is movable, they are restricting and limiting each other”. »
 REflections Collection by Kapka Jewelry, Macedonia  - AUTOR 2017REflections Collection by Jana Acevska/Kapka Jewelry, Macedonia
« Jewelry speaks for today.
“Jewels as reflection of our internality are containing stories of the present, but also past, transmitted through generations. Relating the traditional with the contemporary is an endeavour to generate new stories, unique and specific, which is the idea behind the Reflections, new KAPKA jewelry collection”. »
 Lamella Collection by Veronika Fazekas, Hungary - Playing with magic. - AUTOR 2017Lamella Collection by Veronika Fazekas, Hungary - Playing with magic. - AUTOR 2017
 Lamella Collection by Veronika Fazekas, Hungary – Playing with magic.
« With these pieces my aim was to make a setting in a ’magical way’, using optical illusion and the help of the light. To see the settled lens, you need light which reflects it into your eyes. I could reach this with the help of lamellar structures.” »
Identity by Franziska Höhne, Germany - A non-gender jewelry.Identity by Franziska Höhne, Germany – A non-gender jewelry.
« ”The collection sharpens the senses to become more sensitive in dealing with each other. It encourages thinking beyond simple categories so everyone can become aware of their own identity and develop it freely without constant external conditioning. There are no obvious gender markers in the collection. Each person can decide for themselves how the jewelry is worn, giving hints of one‘s own identity or masking it” »
Colorful Emptiness by Adriana Díaz, Colombia/SpainColorful Emptiness by Adriana Díaz, Colombia/Spain
« A piece of jewelry to remind us how time flies. Each and every moment. ”These pieces are small receptacles that actually contain nothing except a patina that is evocative of the passing of time. They are like rusty cans that have been abandoned in some forgotten corner, exposed to the elements and disuse” »
Balloon bracelet + Silver earrings by Tengely Nóra Jewelry, HungaryBalloon bracelet + Silver earrings by Tengely Nóra Jewelry, Hungary
« Playing with balloons and chain lines to find new balances.
”My jewelries are made of sterling silver with the technic of rigidified chains. Each link is soldered one by one. The balloon collection was made to find a new closure method. The bracelets consist two flat separated parts and the balloons press them together – they are the lock of the two parts”« 
 Deforested by Mona Velciov Monotip, Romania Deforested by  Mona Velciov Monotip , Romania
  Mona Velciov,  Her collection for AUTOR 16 is dedicated to transforming protest into a powerful aesthetic statement.
”Due to the last 20 years of vast illegal logging, both by private companies and the government, hundreds of thousands of hectares of Romanian forests, one of Europe’s last virgin forests, were deforested. This body of work is a protest and a confession: of the pain these actions are causing to the forests that it is also my pain”.
AUTOR 2017 - Girls in Red by Diederick van Hövell, Belgium: Girls in Red by Diederick Van Hovell, Belgium
 » What color is your mood? “With the contemporary jewel as a medium, I search, with detours, a specific color to translate a mood, a technique to express a touching feeling, to transpose emotions. A portrait, a jewel, a thought – as a testimony of an interest in the individual, as an evocation of the distinctive signs, to learn about the intersecting identities of each other. This is my subject matter”.:

Earth's four elements -  Bracelets by Isabel Sabato Argentina Earth’s four elements -  Bracelets by Isabel Sabato Argentina

Fractured Bracelet by Kyri Hinkleman, USAFractured Bracelet by Kyri Hinkleman, USA
”Working with found objects, I am interested in taking the previous inferred meanings of materials and changing the context to represent a new experience. Discarded metal, found threads, forgotten hardware and even seemingly useless care tags are things that often go unnoticed. Through my work, I intend to rediscover and represent these findings through a fresh outlook”.
Tidal Surge by Heather McDermott Jewellery, ScotlandTidal Surge by Heather McDermott Jewellery, Scotland
« ”Unconventional in size and structure, each piece is an expression of sculptural form and is designed to create a statement. The continually changing shoreline is my constant source of inspiration and my collection is the contemporary interpretation of these surroundings. Stainless steel and silver wire is hand formed into soft geometric shapes mimicking fishing nets and lobster pots” »

 Framing the Unframeable by Letizia Maggio jewelry, Italy Framing the Unframeable by Letizia Maggio jewelry, Italy

 The Morning After by Shiran Shashua, Israel The Morning After by Shiran Shashua, Israel
”In this collection, I used paper as a main element giving it high value by setting it in a jewel. Using two different materials with different properties side by side. My inspirations comes from maps, latitude and longitude, compasses, arrows and signs”
 Past, loss, future by Christine Jalio, Finland - Exploring emotions Past, loss, future by Christine Jalio, Finland – Exploring emotions
”The collection shows that I am intrigued by asceticism, old age and sensitivity. The pieces have a sense of comfort and safety to them and look very heavy, but are very light. I am extremely fascinated by the human psyche and the emotions and reactions that are part of it. In my work I want to study the human life span and the transitions, choices and turning points of life”

AUTOR 2017 - Noha Nicolescu - Little Blue, ring, wood, silver 'I am a sky where spirits live. Stare into this deepening blue, while the breeze says a secret.' Rumi #autorfair: Noha Nicolescu – Little Blue, ring, wood, silver
‘I am a sky where spirits live. Stare into this deepening blue, while the breeze says a secret.’ Rumi

WEK, Portugal ★  “It's all about playing! Connecting long necklaces, matching colours. Join as much as you want! Play collection is focus on the lock, the main piece of the necklace. Thought to be more than functional, the lock means singularity, irreverence, the importance of details”.WEK, Portugal ★
“It’s all about playing! Connecting long necklaces, matching colours. Join as much as you want! Play collection is focus on the lock, the main piece of the necklace. Thought to be more than functional, the lock means singularity, irreverence, the importance of details”.

 Ana Barbu Uzura , RomâniaAna Barbu Uzura , România
”As more as I get closer to plants and nature and work with them, I feel like a more powerful concept is taking over in this approach, the awareness of fragility of life, and for that to be more obvious I need to leave my plants more to hazard. In order to do that I have this new way, more voluptuous, of exhibiting dying organic matter, just by putting it into small protective exoskeletons made of precious metals or under thin glass”.


AUTOR 2017 with mydaybyday gallery
Mia Maljojoki, Noelia Macchi , Tal Barash Efraim with myday-byday Gallery in Rome selected at the Autor Fair 2017 !!
 Grand Hotel du Boulevard, Bucharest
Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta 5, București, Roumanie
Téléphone : +40 21 210 2363



EXPO ‘The Dinner #2’ – PLATINA, Stockholm (SE) – 3-23 Dec. 2016

« The Dinner #2″

by Mia Maljojoki & Annika Pettersson

The Dinner is a project including performance, video and jewellery. The project investigates the act of dining from an artistic viewpoint, with thoughts on food, culture, art and especially in combination with art jewellery.

PLATINA - The Dinner:

Mia Maljojoki is a jewellery artist, born in Finland and now based in Munich, Germany. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, USA (2001) and Master of Fine Arts from Akademie der Bildenden Künst München, Munich, Germany (2010). In the recent years she has worked both with art jewellery and production jewellery.

Mia Maljojoki Necklace: Exactly, 2015 Porcelain Photo by: Mia Maljojoki: Mia Maljojoki Necklace: Exactly, 2015 Porcelain Photo by: Mia Maljojoki

Mia Maljojoki - PLATINA - Mia Maljojoki Necklace

Annika Pettersson is a Swedish born jewellery artist with her base in Stockholm. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Ädellab, Konstfack in Stockholm (2008) and is currently enrolled in a one-year research program at the same University.  Pettersson is involved with various collaboration projects besides her own practice and she is one of the founders of the experimental jewellery group A5.

 Annika Pettersson. Brooch: Cutting edge, 2016. Found object, knife, wire. Photo by: Annika Pettersson.: Annika Pettersson. Brooch: Cutting edge, 2016. Found object, knife, wire. Photo by: Annika Pettersson

Annika Pettersson- PLATINA - "the dinner 2" - dec 2016 - Annika Pettersson





Odengatan 68,
11322 -  Stockholm
+46 8 30 02 80



EXPO ‘PILINO SOMA vol II’ – The Sowl gallery, Athens (GR) – 4-27 Nov. 2016

PILINO SOMA vol IIceramic jewelry 

OPENING: 4 November at 20.00h

The Sowl gallery

Ceramic jewelry? Ιs it possible? They do not break? Isn’t heavy?
These questions will be answered!
In November therefore, at an exhibition to be held in the “The Sowl” gallery we have the pleasure of hosting artists from abroad. We join our common love and present to you jewelry from clay and porcelain.
9 artists, 9 different approaches, 1 material!

Pilino Soma is a group of people involved in ceramic jewelry.
Pilino Soma in Greek means body of clay.

PILINO SOMA vol II - ceramic jewelry -  nov 4th 2016 - Athens:

Participating artists: the artistic team « Pilino Soma » : Agapi SimpokouDora HaralambakiAnastasia Gemeliari  plus six established artists from abroad: Hana KarimMia KwonMia MaljojokiOlivia Monti ArduiniPeter HoogeboomYana Tankovska

PILINO SOMA vol II - ceramic jewelry -  nov 4th 2016 - Athens:

Through gestural movements, the artists of ceramic jewelry display the material as a mean of expression and show the compatibility of the clay with the human body.
Achieve to imprint primordial memories: fragments and traces of historical and personal memory of each artist which lead in geometric forms, as if stepped on the frame of an architectural project. Or on the frame of the human figure, allowing many interpretations of semantic terms.

 PILINO SOMA vol II - ceramic jewelry -  nov 4th 2016 - Athens:

Pilinosoma is a group, a community made up of people involved in ceramic jewelry. They think, feel, gesture always driven by their material which is none other than the earth, clay and porcelain.
Looking for the harmony through the fragility of the clay that becomes an ornament resting on the body. And claim its position in the world of contemporary art jewelry.
They aim to unite their work and ideas and travel them showing and analyzing them through exhibitions and exchange of information. (Dora Haralambaki – Anastasia Gemeliari – Agapi Simpokou and, before, Iryna Voitenko)

 Pilino Soma in Greek means body of clay.Pilino Soma in Greek means body of clay.




The Sowl gallery
Iraklidon 10,
11851 Athens Greece
+30 697 322 7000
info@thesowl.comOpening: 4.11 at 20.00
Opening hours: Mon-Tue-Wen-Thur-Fr 18.00 -22.00
Sat-Sun 11.00 -21.00




EXPO ‘Les 5 éléments – Opus 4 le Feu/le Métal’ – Pôle Bijou Baccarat (FR) – 14 Janv.-19 Juin 2016


«les 5 éléments – Opus 4 le Feu/le Métal»

Du 14 janvier au 19 juin 2016 au Pôle Bijou Baccarat

 inauguration 27 janvier 2016, 17:43Exposition "les 5 éléments - Opus 4 le Feu/le Métal" Du 14 janvier au 19 juin 2016 - Pôle Bijou Baccarat:
La théorie des cinq éléments est une façon traditionnelle de décrire et d’analyser le monde. Pour l’Occident, elle a été fondée par les philosophes grecs (notamment Empédocle au Ve siècle av. J.-C.). Pourtant, des théories assez similaires existent aussi dans de nombreuses autres civilisations et tout particulièrement dans le monde asiatique. Elle est basée sur l’hypothèse selon laquelle tous les matériaux constituant le monde seraient composés d’un ou plusieurs de ces 5 éléments (Terre, Eau, Air/le bois, Feu et l’Éther/métal), en plus ou moins grande quantité  et en réguleraient les principes de fonctionnement dans des cycles d’engendrement ou de destruction. Ce projet d’exposition se décline sur 2 ans, chaque élément étant présenté tour à tour …
Béatrice Balivet collier Namibie   " Pôle Bijou - "Les 5 éléments - Le feu". 27 janvier, 17:43 ·: Béatrice Balivet collier Namibie – feutre – Terres de feu – Voyages immobiles
« Le feu, la brûlure du soleil sur des terres desséchées et arides, tout en ocres et fauves, le désert dévoré de chaleur. Le feu qui couve sous la terre.  A travers mes voyages immobiles, faits de livres, de photos, d’images et d’imaginaire, de sensations et de souvenirs, j’ai travaillé à partir de laines jaunes, oranges, rouges… couleurs du feu.  J’ai d’abord créé des surfaces tourmentées, comme consumées de chaleur, faites de failles, de crevasses, de reliefs… inspirées de volcans et de déserts. Ensuite, mes voyages m’ont entraînée, sans que j’y prenne garde, dans d’autres terres de soleil, d’abord chez les Masaï puis à Madagascar au milieu des étranges Tsingy Rouges.
Enfin, ces voyages m’ont ramenée vers la chaleur rassurante du feu qui brûle doucement dans la cheminée l’hiver et j’ai voulu ces bijoux légers, doux et chauds à porter. »
Marion Fillancq- broches "sexy silex", 2015 Silex pailleté: Marion Fillancq- broches « sexy silex », 2015 Silex pailleté
Marion Fillancq présente ici une série de pièces inspirées de la préhistoire, cette époque qui a vu naître le feu. Verrier et bijoutier, son travail, déjà établi autour d’une démarche inédite de relecture des techniques de taille des roches dures de l’époque, se voit enrichi d’un regard plus large sur l’archéologie.
Ainsi on peut reconnaitre un briquet gaulois revisité en objet de main design, des broches en silex pailleté (oui car le silex, c’est sexy!), ou des colliers amulettes renfermant des éclats de taille, décorés à la feuille de cuivre brulée (par Caroline Coiffet)
Felicie Colin - Aries -   Felicie Colin - collier « Aries »
  »Ce travail repose sur le matériau utilisé: la calamine.- La calamine, dans le milieu industriel de production de l’acier est considérée comme un déchet. Elle est également appelée «perte au feu». Cette calamine se forme lors du processus de réchauffage de l’acier, à très haute température, environ 1250°. Sous l’action combinée de la température et de l’air, une couche d’oxyde,
plus ou moins épaisse en fonction du temps, se forme alors à la surface de l’acier… Au travers du bijou je souhaite redonner de la noblesse et une certaine douceur à un matériau brut, qui, au départ, est considéré comme une calamité. »
Le FEU - Pôle Bijou Baccarat - Catherine Kingue - collier Luci: Catherine Kingué (FR) – collier « Luci »
« Après avoir créé et exposé la collection Abysse, installé quelques pièces uniques dans un cabinet d’histoire naturelle, travailler sur l’élément FEU s’imposait comme une évidence pour Katherine Kingué. Elle présente aujourd’hui les FILLES DU FEU, des créations d’une autre dimension. Techniques réinventées, matières naturelles, chimiques ou inédites, qu’elle tisse, casse, colle, brûle, mélange, brode et rebrode, jusqu’à ce qu’elle en obtienne la quintessence  : Pyromane, Luci, Sacrifices, Magma, les bijoux des filles du Feu. »

Expo FEU - pole bijou - Nevin Arig - broche bleu orange: Nevin Arig – broche bleu orange
« Capture des couleurs dans le ciel, éclat de lumière du matin, goutes sur les jeunes feuilles, agréable fraîcheur d’un soir d’été… C’est comme ça que je définis le départ de mon travail. » Ses bijoux racontent une histoire et expriment ses pensées. Chaque pièce unique est le fruit du hasard et de l’alchimie des couleurs Il faut les toucher, les caresser… Nevin Arig les a créées pour illuminer la vie de tous les jours. Souhaitant offrir 1 moment de beauté et 1 concentration d’énergie positive dans un monde où tout est codé et classé par les traditions.

bracelet bois peint - Anne Claustre - expo FEU Pôle bijou Baccarat Anne Claustre – bracelet bois peint - 
« Le feu fait partie de l’environnement du bijoutier. Il lui permet de transformer le métal pour lui donner des formes. Il lui permet de le modeler, de lier des pièces entre elles, de les solidariser de façon durable. Mais il est destructeur sʼil n’est pas contrôlé. Le feu, c’est l’embrasement, les formes pointues qui s’élèvent vers le ciel, le rouge, l’orange, le jaune, c’est le crépitement et le mouvement, la flamme amoureuse. Mais lʼaprès feu, ce sont des formes aplaties, des noirs, des gris, des matières creusées, boursouflées, noircies… délaissées. » Les pièces présentées par Anne Claustre ont un lien avec le « pendant », lʼaprès… et l’entre-deux. Paradoxalement, elles ne sont, pour la plupart, pas en métal. Préférant utiliser pour certaines pièces d’autres matières qui, par leur forme ou leur couleur, ont permis de mieux évoquer ces différentes étapes. »


Pôle Bijou
13 rue du Port
54120 Baccarat (FR)





EXPO ‘Lahti Jewellry’ – Galerie Pont & Plas, Gent (Belgium) – 2 Juin–5 Oct. 2013

Lahti Jewellry at Galerie Pont & Plas, Gent, Belgium -    Finnish and international jewellery designers will present their visual view of Lahti (town in a bay of Finland, traditionally considered as a melting-point for different cultures), with each one using Lahti as the theme for designing and producing a piece of jewellery.  Curated by Helena Lehtinen and Anna Rikkinen, and with a lovely catalogue!

Lahti Jewelry - galerie Pont & Plas, Gent (BE)

02 06 2013 – 05 10 2013  Lahti Jewellry at Galerie Pont & Plas, Gent, Belgium -    Finnish and international jewellery designers will present their visual view of Lahti, with each one using Lahti as the theme for designing and producing a piece of jewellery.  Curated by Helena Lehtinen and Anna Rikkinen, and with a lovely catalogue!

Artists:  Sara Borgegård ÄlgåEija MustonenKim BuckSeth PapacGemma DraperRuudt Peters Iris EichenbergTiina RajakallioJantje FleischhutConstanze SchreiberGesine HackenbergNelli Tanner — Hanneke Van Hage — Ketli Tiitsar — Hanna HedmanTerhi TolvanenJeannette JansenTarja TuupanenAgnes LarssonTanel Veenre Mia Maljojoki Amandine MeunierFrancis Willemstijn — Annika Åkerfelt — Javier Moreno Frias.



Galerie Pont & Plas
Hooiaard 6 (hoek Graslei),
B-9000 Gent, BE
+32 9 225 07 69


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)