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02/09/2013

EXPO ‘Design Bijou Suisse’ – Fondation Suisse, Paris (FR) – 3-27 Oct./7Nov.-1er Dec. 2013

Parcours du Bijou «Circuit Bijoux» – Paris – à partir de SEPT. 2013

De septembre 2013 à mars 2014

bannière Circuits Bijoux
à la Fondation Suisse – Pavillon Le Corbusier , une exposition à deux temps :
* Design Bijou suisse Du 3 au 27 octobre 2013. Tout d’abord, grande première en France, un éventail des artistes les plus représentatifs du bijou suisse qui parraineront la jeune génération.
* Puis, la HEAD–Genève (Haute Ecole d’art et Design) prendra le relais, selon une scénographie des étudiants du master Design/espaces et Communication pour montrer les créations en Bijou et accessoires issues de l’école.
Design Bijou suisse - http://www.designbijousuisse.com/lesartistes.html
 
Du 3 au 27 octobre 2013
Le bijou contemporain suisse sera présenté en octobre à la Fondation Suisse. Cet évènement rassemblera, dans le pavillon Le Corbusier, quinze maîtres du bijou suisse et quinze designers de la nouvelle génération qui exposeront sous leur parrainage.
Christian Balmer — David BielanderSophie BoudubanEsther Brinkmann Florence CroisierJohanna DahmAurélie DellasantaNoémie DogeValentine DuboisFlorie Dupont —  Giulia Frigerio — Kiko GianoccaCarole GuinardAndi GutSophie Hanagarth — Pauline Held — Isabelle Hertzeinsen — Therese Hilbert — Susanne KlemmOtto Künzli — Natalie Luder — Sonia Morel — David Roux-Fouillet — Fabrice Schaefer — Bernhard Schobinger — Ilona Schwippel — Verena Sieber-FuchsMarine Stampfli — Hans Stofer — Monika StrasserJulie UselLuzia VogtChristoph Zellweger
Commissaires : Nicole Brémond, Jean-Yves Le Mignot
 
Du 7 novembre au 1er décembre 2013
La HEAD – Genève au Pavillon Le Corbusier
en novembre, la Haute Ecole d’art et Design de Genève prendra le relais. Les étudiant(e)s du master Design /
espaces et Communication créeront une scénographie autour des créations en Design Bijou et accessoires issues de l’école. A cette occasion, elles concevront un bijou en hommage à Charlotte Perriand et à Le Corbusier.
Marine Stampfli Collection Face à moi / Facing myself
Marine Stampfli Collection Face à moi / Facing myself
 
 
Cité internationale universitaire de Paris
7K, boulevard Jourdan – 75014 paris
Du lundi au vendredi de 8h à 12h et de 14h à 20h
Samedi et dimanche de 10h à 12h et de 14h à 20h
entrée : 2 euros
Tél. : +33 (0)1 44 16 10 16
www.fondationsuisse.fr

02/03/2013

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Gardens of Earth’ – Clubraum, Munich (DE) – 7-10 Mars 2013

Gardens of Earth: Bety Majernikova and friends

Artists:  Kristína Hrončeková — Steffanie Klemp — Maya Nepšinská — Slavomíra Ondrušová — Lucia Pelikantová — Pavol Prekop — Ulrich Reithofer — Gisbert StachRéka Lörincz — Rose Stach — Deganit Stern SchockenMonica StrasserKristýna Španihelová — Karol Weisslechner

(Bety Majerníková – Necklace: Garden of earth detail 2011 – Pvc, silver plated, lino, perspex, hematite pearls)

 

 

Bety K. Majerníková was one of the most outstanding performers of the young Slovak jewelry generation that came on the scene since 2000. Her uniqueness was in her specific spontaneous art language which changed according to the topic that she worked with, the selection and processing of the materials that she used, in what she expressed through her jewelry, and also according to the way that she was able to present it to the public. Sometimes very striking, open and funny and a minute later meditative, inquiring, mysterious and fragile. She could always surprise and was able to grow. Her small intense compositions were her personal commentary about the world around, but also about herself. Her solitary pieces excelled by very delicate soft form, progressive plastic material as well as by a special transparency through which they exposed their interior. And always by a small detail that sparkles them.

Bety studied by prof. Karol Weisslechner at the University of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in the Metal and Jewellery Studio. In addition, she completed study visits in the glasswork studio at the University of Sunderland (UK) and also a study of jewelry and cutting gemstones at FH Idar-Oberstein (D). After graduating, she worked as an assistant in the Metal and Jewellery Studio, and in 2007 she earned a doctorate (as the first among women jewelers) for work dealing with the origin of artwork in a global society. Bety K. Majerníková established gallery Nuée, co-organized Schmuck Wander and Šperk Stret. She was a singer in group Noisecut. She exhibited her works in Slovakia as well as abroad and holds several prices (Kruhy na vode 2005, Designblok 2008).

 
Clubraum
Welserstraße 29-31
81373 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49 152 01911151
website: www.3stations.de
mail: gisbertstach@web.de

16/05/2012

Konstfack Degree Exhibition 2012 – 16-27 Mai 2012

Konstfack Degree Exhibition 2012Wed May 16 — Sun May 27

http://www.noovoeditions.com

 Art is spirituality in drag” is a quote from the American artist Jennifer Yane. Although I see few parallels between her artistic work and Ädellab, the quote fits the degree projects of the nine graduating students perfectly.
Their chosen themes vary: Illusions, Identity, Raw Beauty or The Meaning of the Handmade – just to mention a few. These might seem typical subjects for contemporary jewellery or corpus investigations, but there is nothing stereotypical about the final work of the graduates at Ädellab. What they produce is anchored in an authentic discourse with the subjects and this includes theoretical underpinning of the theme. It also includes answering the question of what relevance their work can have in our culture, since the making of artistic work is not about thinking something up, it is in fact the opposite – it is about creating awareness of the given.
The given in this case is nothing less than the world in which we live, and it is up to each individual artist to define their subject of interest within the endless possibilities.
Within an educational framework, however, each graduating artist needs to adjust to the rather fake reality of an examination. The task is to fulfil learning outcomes, to follow deadlines and simultaneously be able to create a body of work from which they can launch their careers.
For an observer of the artistic work created the task is much more beautiful: it is to engage with the nine individual perceptions of the world. And even if the stories told do not reveal themselves immediately, you can always enjoy the drag!« 
Karen Pontoppidan, Professor of Jewellery and Corpus Art

 

UntitledBrice Garrett« [In]flux »

« We live in a current state of flux. Among the transitions come new unfamiliar spaces. It’s the position of being in-between the familiar and the foreign, amid the habitual and the uncertain. Familiarizing and acclimating in this state is a process stimulated by perception. Among this state of flux, can jewellery contribute to this process of making one feel at home?  » Brice Garrett

ma_jc_mia_larsson_04Mia Larsson – « Moving Matter »

  »There is no such thing as either man or nature now only a process that produces the one within the other and couples the machines together.”* (*Giles Deleuze and Felix Guattari)
“Things, non humans, nature having equal significance as us, humans. They should also be an active part of mediating meaning and connections. Therefore we need to mobilize nature from the background.”*  (*Bruno Latour)
My work is a material study out from theories that share views on material and nature where materials are described as active, intelligent and interdisciplinary; part of the same continuum as us. This indicates a kind of material related ecology.
Jewellery could express believes, connects people and could be used as protection with talismanic powers.
I have chosen to work with nacre from the shell of the blue mussels and oysters. Relating it to jewellery is my way of investing and expressing the material. »  Mia Larsson

Hair Brooch (Photo: Christian Gloor)Monika Strasser – Hair Brooch (Photo: Christian Gloor)

  »On Beauty » : « People hunting for beauty often forget the beauty of life. Beauty often generates pressure in society.
The objects refer visually to the process of beautification and to its daily rituals. These objects make a statement about and make one aware of the beauty craze. They also refer to natural beauty and the changes caused by the passing of time. » Monika Strasser

 

Mikael Årsjö : « The Illusion that Jewellery Offers Us » : voir article COUP de COEUR : Mikael Årsjö, « The Illusion that Jewellery Offers Us »
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Performing ShellYoung Geum Cho – Performing Shell

Young Geum Cho : « Performing Shell » : voir article COUP de COEUR : Young Geum Cho « Performing Shell »

Lina Pihl - Identity (Necklace) Bioresin, iron powder, acrystal, steel, cotton fabric.

Lina PihlIdentity (Necklace) Bioresin, iron powder, acrystal, steel, cotton fabric.

Lina Pihl : « Identity Construction »    (voir article)

 

 

Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design
LM Ericssons väg 14,
126 37 Hägersten, Sweden

07/05/2012

EXPO ‘Entfesselt – Schmuck ohne Grenzen’ – Museum Bellerive, Zürich (CH) – 11 mai-23 Sept. 2012

Entfesselt – Schmuck ohne Grenzen  /  Jewellery Unleashed!
du 11. Mai – 23. September 2012

Museum Bellerive

Gold, silver and jewels: these precious materials were for a long time the favorite form of personal adornment. But since the 1960s their dominance has been undermined by objets trouvés, everyday utensils, plastics, or parts of plants. The jewellery made from these, each piece of which is a one-off and bears the unmistakable signature of the person who made it, relates to visual art, fashion and design. Worn as art works, these pieces of jewellery explore the boundaries of what is actually wearable and through their shape or size indeed often conflict with the body. With their pieces eighty international designers and – especially for the Museum Bellerive – national artists clearly show that the possibilities and applications of jewellery are practically unlimited. From small, fantastical brooches to portraits of stars made from strings of pearls: jewellery breaks out of the confines of museum showcases, spreads across walls and floors to create a space-filling installation or, in the form of urban jewellery, even decorates the street.

An exhibition of the Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem
in collaboration with the Museum Bellerive

Inner Beauty – a participatory performance by Frédéric Braham. The artist administers homeopathic doses of sapphires, emeralds, gold and Yves Klein blue

 
Sari Liimatta - Hopeless 2007 necklaceSari Liimatta – Hopeless 2007 necklace
Ted Noten - knuckleduster (model for women) 2000Ted Noten – knuckleduster (model for women) 2000

EXPO 'Entfesselt – Schmuck ohne Grenzen' - Museum Bellerive, Zürich (CH) - 11 mai-23 Sept. 2012  dans A6 collective (CH) Charlotte_Sinding_floral-LRG1Aud Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding – Broche Floral; Photo © Galerie Platina

Helen_Britton_Big_White_brooch_JPG-LRG1 dans Aud Charlotte HO SINDING (SE)Helen Britton, Big White brooch
Benjamin_Lignel_Io_ce_l_ho_doro_Yeah_but_mines_gold_2007-LRG1 dans Benjamin LIGNEL (FR)Benjamin Lignel, Io ce l ‘ho d’oro (Yeah but mine’s gold), 2007
 629484822c dans Carole GUINARD (CH)
Shelley Norton, Block Brooch, 2011
 

Hanna Hedman, While they await extinction, 2010

Hanna Hedman, While they await extinction, 2010

Fabienne Morel, Brokenfab - Halsschmuck/necklace, 2009Fabienne Morel, Brokenfab – Halsschmuck/necklace, 2009

Carole Guinard, Halsschmuck/necklace «J’ai déménagé», 1997Carole Guinard, Halsschmuck/necklace «J’ai déménagé», 1997

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Kragen/collar «Follow the Line!», 1989; Photo © FX.Jaggy & U.RomitoVerena Sieber-Fuchs, Kragen/collar «Follow the Line!», 1989; Photo © FX.Jaggy & U.Romito

Julie Schmid (BA Jewellery Design 2011), The fish with golden bubbles and Bang Bang, 2011; Photo: Vlado Alonso © HEAD – Genève

Julie Schmid (BA Jewellery Design 2011), 3The fish with golden bubbles3 and « Two dogs and a diamond », 2011; Photo: Vlado Alonso © HEAD – Genève

Monika Strasser, Garten Eden, 2009; Eidgenössische Preise für Design 2010, Schmuckdesign, Bundesamt für Kultur BAK, Photo © Michel BonvinMonika Strasser, Garten Eden, 2009 - Photo © Michel Bonvin

Luzia Vogt, Segment III, 2010Luzia Vogt, Segment III, 2010

 

AND The A⁶ Collective will show the « What’s Yours? » Project in a new interaction way at the Entfesselt Exposition!  –  From the 11.5 – 23.9. 2012
A⁶ :  Collective of six jewelry designers : Noémie Castillo, Aurore De Geer, Cécile Guenat, Alicia Rosselet, Luisa Schwarz, Arnaud Zill

 

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8008 Zürich, Switzerland
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02/08/2011

«Cheveu un bijou !!!» hurle la Dame de Coeur

«!Tranchez-lui la tête!!! Cheveu un bijou!!!» hurle la Dame de Coeur, dans Alice …

mais … faut pas se faire de cheveux dans la vie !! ici, on est à un poil du bijou ….. si ce ne sont pas des bijoux au poil !! ;-)

Au-delà du dégoût que peut susciter l’emploi d’un tel matériau (à la « grande époque » du bijou en cheveux, à l’époque Victorienne, mode lancée par la très romantique Reine Victoria, cet engouement eu un grand succès dans les pays anglo-saxons mais suscita du dégoût et un certain rejet en France et dans le reste de l’Europe), ce n’est pas étonnant, à mon sens, qu’il suscite tant d’attrait parmi la jeune génération de bijoutiers : à force d’interroger le rapport du bijou au corps, le corps s’incorpore petit à petit au bijou lui-même.

 

Tiffany Parbs – Extension (2008) – hand woven hair, digital print – photo Terence Bogue: Tiffany Parbs, Piece, 2008:

 Tiffany Parbs – Extension (2008) – hand woven hair, digital print – photo Terence Bogue

« Contemporary art is getting hairy Long and silky; short and curly. Blond, brunette, red or grey. It’s hair and it has an important part in our perceptions of ourselves. It defines gender and visual identity, and is playing an important role lately in art — in jewelry, drawings or in mixed media pieces. Hair has long had a role in the work of artists and artisans. In the Victorian era, creating jewelry from hair became almost as popular as knitting or crocheting.  By using one’s own hair or that of a beloved family member women were able to design bracelets, chains, rings and earrings. Apart from jewelry, mourners would weave hair into decorative, memorial wall hangings. By the early 1900s using hair fell out of fashion. During the past 15 years, however, there’s been a fascination among contemporary artists using skin, nail clippings, urine and hair to create various forms of art. Fascinated with Victorian hair jewelry, artist and jewelry designer Melanie Bilenker has revived the art form. Like the Victorians who kept lockets of hair and miniature portraits painted with ground hair and pigment to secure the memory of a lost love, renders the « quiet minutes, the mundane, the domestic, the ordinary moments » from her own tresses. Bilenker observes various daily activities such as cleaning, bathing, dressing, resting or eating. She chronicles the private moments by setting the camera’s timer and goes about her business which can be anything such as eating chocolate, writing a note or enjoying a Saturday morning breakfast. Once she has the photographed images, Bilenker creates tracings of the forms within ghem with thousands of tiny strands of her own hair – which are eventually fixed in resin.  She meticulously layers several different drawings to give the appearance of depth, one as foreground, another as background.  The entire process takes the course of about a week of laying hairs, mixing resin, and then allowing it to cure.  Says Bilenker, « Once the hairs are set as line drawings within resin, I shape, smooth and polish the exterior.  I then fabricate the jewelry findings and set them.  The piece is then complete. »" (Courtesy Melanie Bilenker and Sienna Gallery)

Melanie Bilenker Jewelry:   Oh, and they're made from human hair.: Melanie Bilenker (courtesy of Sienna Gallery) - miniature portraits painted with ground hair

hair jewelry by Melanie Bilenker: Melanie Bilenker

« Note » by Melanie Bilenker (courtesy of Sienna Gallery) - miniature portraits painted with ground hair: Each line in these drawings by Melanie Bilenker are made using strands of the artist’s own hair! The delicate drawings depict quiet scenes of domestic life which are sealed in Victorian-inspired brooches and rings.

 Galatée Pestre -Broche dans le sens du poil: Galatée Pestre- Le Sens des Bijoux – Broche ‘Dans le Sens du Poil’ – argent, poils, inox (photo by flavorflavy)

galatée Pestre - broche poils: Galatée Pestre- Le Sens des Bijoux – Broche ‘Dans le Sens du Poil’ (detail)

Nicola Scholz  Necklace: Untitled 2006  Pubic hair, gold: Nicola Scholz  Necklace: Untitled 2006  Pubic hair, gold

Rodrigo Acosta - necklace - pelo natural: Rodrigo Acosta – necklace – pelo natural

Rodrigo Acosta Arias  Lo permisivo de tu Dios, 2009.  Pendientes,pelo,latón, plata.  Fotos: Adolfo López      El cabello como armar de seducción y poder en el contexto de las distintas religiones a las que el hombre quiere pertenecer.  El pelo y lo prohibido, el pelo y la sabiduría, el pelo y la lujuria, el pelo y lo permisivo de tu Dios.: Rodrigo Acosta-  « Lo permisivo de tu Dios », 2009.  Pendientes,pelo,latón, plata.  Fotos: Adolfo López  -   El cabello como armar de seducción y poder en el contexto de las distintas religiones a las que el hombre quiere pertenecer.  El pelo y lo prohibido, el pelo y la sabiduría, el pelo y la lujuria, el pelo y lo permisivo de tu Dios

Agnes Larsson, necklace, hair jewelry: Agnes Larsson, necklace, hair jewelry 2015

Agnes Larsson, necklace, hair jewelry - Remains 9, 2015, necklace, calf skin, aluminum, horse hair, 16 x 9 x 1.25 inches ("Agnes Larsson - Remains" EXHIBITION at Ornamentum gallery  August 8 – September 7, 2015 ): Agnes Larsson, necklace, hair jewelry – Remains 9, 2015, necklace, calf skin, aluminum, horse hair, 16 x 9 x 1.25 inches (« Agnes Larsson – Remains » EXHIBITION at Ornamentum gallery  August 8 – September 7, 2015 )

Carolina Hornauer Necklace: The collector 2009 Cotton thread, synthetic cotton, river pearls, silver, patina, steel wire, enamel on cooper, magnets, burned wood, tinted hair, parts constructed, silver ball chain, silver tube textured, stone, silver charcoal (casting piece): Carolina Hornauer Necklace: The collector 2009 Cotton thread, synthetic cotton, river pearls, silver, patina, steel wire, enamel on cooper, magnets, burned wood, tinted hair, parts constructed, silver ball chain, silver tube textured, stone, silver charcoal (casting piece)

Carla Castiajo brooch Auto Portrait, 2007 gold, hair70 x 50 x 10 mm (via Contemporary jewellery - brooches) Carla Castiajo -  brooch « Auto Portrait », 2007 – gold, hair

Carla Castiajo   "horror vacui"  "Full of you"   brooch 6 x 5 x 3 cm   Gold, hair: Carla Castiajo   « horror vacui »  « Full of you »   brooch (back) 6 x 5 x 3 cm   Gold, hair

"Purity" 2008 Tiina Rajakallio - human hair: Tiina Rajakallio « Purity » 2008 – human hair

Monika Strasser – Hair Brooch 2012 - Hair, rubber, silver, steel – Series: On Beauty: Monika Strasser – Hair Brooch 2012 - Hair, rubber, silver, steel – Series: On Beauty

Maho Takahashi - central st Martins 2012 - “Celebration necklace” Human hair, glue: Maho Takahashi  – “Celebration necklace” Human hair, glue - Central st Martins 2012

Noon Passama - KNOBS - graduate project 2010 - Brooch and Lucia King's portrait: photography - DAN/NAD: Noon Passama – KNOBS – graduate project 2010 – Brooch (“Black Hair Knob” brooch, 2010. Antelope fur, sheepskin, silver.) and Lucia King’s portrait: photography – DAN/NAD

Mielle Harvey - Hair Colored Red: 1998, ca. 14in, human hair, dye, bone: Mielle Harvey – Hair Colored Red: 1998, ca. 14in, human hair, dye, bone (série « city tribal amulets »)

Mielle Harvey - City Tribal amulets serie - Blond Hair and Pearls: 1998, ca. 14in, human hair, pearls, 14k gold: Mielle Harvey (série « city tribal amulets« ) – Blond Hair and Pearls: 1998, ca. 14in, human hair, pearls, 14k gold

Marie Pendaries - "Boucle d’or"  Collier. Cheveu et or (hair & gold necklace): Marie Pendariès - Boucle d’or. Collier. Cheveu et or (gold & hair necklace)
Claire Baloge - "mais, vous avez un poil dans la main !"  2005  Hair, silver: Claire Baloge - « mais, vous avez un poil dans la main ! »  2005  Hair, silver
Claire Baloge - "Mes Tendres Poils"  -  2005 - hair, natural fibers, oxydated copper   Claire Baloge - « Mes Tendres Poils »  -  2005 – hair, natural fibers, oxydated copper   
 Marie Masson - necklace Cravate 2011, silver, horse hair, ribbon: Marie Masson – necklace Cravate 2011, silver, horse hair, ribbon
Marie Masson, France Brooch, Toiletrie 04 Hair transplant, 2013 Latex, horse hair, semolina, leather, 7,5 x 5 cm Leatherwork technics, embroidery, jewellery technics. photo : Marie Masson: Marie Masson, France Brooch, Toiletrie 04 Hair transplant, 2013 Latex, horse hair, semolina, leather, 7,5 x 5 cm Leatherwork technics, embroidery, jewellery technics. photo : Marie Masson
Eun Yeong Jeong -'Growth' from Growth series - copper, wool, wood, horse hair: Eun Yeong Jeong -’Growth’ from Growth series – copper, wool, wood, horse hair

Farah Bandookwala  - redhead neckpiece - sterling silver, fake hair    Farah Bandookwala (UK) redhead neckpiece – silver, fake hair

Farah Bandookwala (UK) –  "which one are you today ?" neckpiece 2007 - silver, fake hair  http://farahbjewellery.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/which-one-are-you-today-neckpiece3.jpg?w=460Farah Bandookwala (UK) « which one are you today ? »  neckpiece – 2007 – silver, fake hair 

FARAH BANDOOKWALA -blue hair brooch  Farah Bandookwala (UK) – blue hair brooch

FARAH BANDOOKWALA - platinum ring Farah Bandookwala (UK) « platinum » ring

Sint Lucas Antwerpen School - JOYA 2012 - Sandra Buyck: Sandra Buyck - fake hair neckpiece – Sint Lucas Antwerpen School – JOYA 2012

Clémentine Despocq - 'Vénus' - Parure de corps/Body ornament - Laiton, cheveux synthétiques/ Brass, synthetic hair  - (AFEDAP ) 2010: Clémentine Despocq – ‘Vénus’ – Parure de corps/Body ornament – Laiton, cheveux synthétiques/ Brass, synthetic hair  – (AFEDAP ) 2010

Olivia Creber - "Keeping Schtum" - resin, acrylic, brown horse hair - Edinburgh College of Art 2013: Olivia Creber - « Keeping Schtum » – resin, acrylic, brown horse hair – Edinburgh College of Art 2013

Roxane Amirouche  PERSONA - 2012  Masque de nuit  Laiton, cuir retourné, cheveux synthétiques,  Elastique  crédit photo Patricia Lemaire (diplome AFEDAP 2012): Roxane Amirouche  PERSONA – 2012  Masque de nuit  Laiton, cuir retourné, cheveux synthétiques,  Elastique  crédit photo Patricia Lemaire (diplome AFEDAP Paris 2012)

Ana Carolina Escobar (AFEDAP 2012) "chez moi chez moi" doble 3- cheveux , laiton, film thermopastique, papier: Ana Carolina Escobar (AFEDAP 2012) collier « chez moi chez moi »- cheveux , laiton, film thermopastique, papier

Julia ValleJulia Valle (Bresil) – hairy accessories

Mona Hatoum, Hair Necklace, 1995 - detail "human thoughts may not be what they appear to be at 1st glance, an idea that this necklace, made from the artist's hair, play with": Mona Hatoum, Hair Necklace, 1995 – detail « human thoughts may not be what they appear to be at 1st glance, an idea that this necklace, made from the artist’s hair, play with » 

Castle in the Air / ÕhuLoss.   - Kadri Mälk Brooch: Lossylong, 2013 Darkened silver, human hair, purple spinel: Kadri Mälk (Castle in the Air / ÕhuLoss) Brooch: Lossylong, 2013 Darkened silver, human hair, purple spinelPolly Van der Glas (AU) – hair jewelry – Sterling silver cast human hair plait necklace & Human hair knuckle ring 2008: Polly Van der Glas (AU) – hair jewelry – Sterling silver cast human hair plait necklace & Human hair knuckle ring 2008

Polly van der Glas -'red hair neckpiece' 2008 Polly van der Glas -’red hair neckpiece’ 2008  -oxidised copper, red Human hair, oxidised sterling silver

Polly van der Glas (AU)  -  Since 2005 my work has centered on materials that were once attached to our bodies: human hair, teeth and fingernails. These materials were at one time part of an intimate, elaborate maintenance ritual.: Polly van der Glas (AU)  -  Since 2005 my work has centered on materials that were once attached to our bodies: human hair, teeth and fingernails. These materials were at one time part of an intimate, elaborate maintenance ritual.

Juan Harnie - (MAD) - Hair (2014) Brooches & necklaces. Resin, human hair, elastic band, silver.: Juan Harnie – (MAD) – Hair (2014) Brooches & necklaces. Resin, human hair, elastic band, silver

Juan Harnie - Hair (2014) Brooches & necklaces. Resin, human hair, elastic band, silver.: Juan Harnie – Hair (2014) Brooches & necklaces. Resin, human hair, elastic band, silver

Untitled ("a hairy tale"), Nina Khazani, Human hair, gold-plated brass and linen - Royal College of Art 2012 dregree show: Nina Khazani, Untitled (« a hairy tale ») – Human hair, gold-plated brass and linen – Royal College of Art 2012 dregree show

Anna Schwamborn, who has worked for Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood and is studying at Central St Martins in London, uses real human hair and human ashes mixed with black bone china. Moxern Mourning Jewellery: Anna Schwamborn, who has worked for Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood and is studying at Central St Martins in London, uses real human hair and human ashes mixed with black bone china. Moxern Mourning Jewellery - Mourning jewelry, bracelet, human cremated ashes mixed with black bone china, human hair, « Wearable body pieces including human material « Morning Objects – The collection of objects contains post-mortem memorial pieces which include aspects of a deceased corpse, namely hair and cremated ashes »

Alchimia Gallery presents Chiara Cavallo "Disturbs" - my curly hair, nylon tube, thread: Chiara Cavallo « Disturbs » – my curly hair, nylon tube, thread (Alchimia)

Géraldine Luttenbacher -NOIR comme BASALTE 2015: Géraldine Luttenbacher - at « NOIR comme BASALTE » 2015

Sylvia Burgoa -’Raiponce–La Colère’/'Rapunzel–Anger’ -- Broche et Collier/Brooch and necklace -- Argent, photographies acetate, fil d’or, fil d’argent, cuir/Silver, photographic acetate, gold thread, silver thread, leather: Sylvia Burgoa -’Raiponce–La Colère’/'Rapunzel–Anger’ – Broche et Collier/Brooch and necklace – Argent, photographies acetate, fil d’or, fil d’argent, cuir/Silver, photographic acetate, gold thread, silver thread, leather – 2010

«Cheveu un bijou !!!» hurle la Dame de Coeur dans Agnes LARSSON (SE) Gejaagd-door-de-Wind-Willemstijn-2Francis Willemstijn- Gejaagd door de Wind, Zuiderzeemuseum – 2009 – Collier – Haar (human hair), git, glas, zilver, textiel Collectie Zuiderzeemuseum, Enkhuizen, NL

Francis Willemstijn - bracelet "Hair", from "gone with the wind" - silver, jet, glass, human hair, textile: Francis Willemstijn – bracelet « Hair », from « gone with the wind » – silver, jet, glass, human hair, textile

 Amy Tavern -Forget Me Not sterling silver, spray paint, picture of my father, my father's hair - detail: Amy Tavern - »Forget Me Not » sterling silver, spray paint, picture of my father, my father’s hair – detailAna Goalabré - bagues 'j'aimerais tant passer mes doigts dans tes cheveux' 1997 Ana Goalabré – J’aimerais tant passer mes doigts dans tes cheveux – Cheveux et résine – 1997  tous droits réservés.
« Puisant dans la tradition des bijoux en cheveux, matériau depuis longtemps collecté dans des foires et marchés ou dans l’intimité des familles pour devenir parure, Ana Goalabré se joue de cet usage en coupant une de ses mèches et en y taillant une bague qu’elle envoie à un homme accompagnée de la missive «J’aimerais tant passer mes doigts dans tes cheveux». Cette phrase, appel érotique d’un corps d’artiste, devient le titre d’une série déclinant divers contenus aimants et sensuels, traditionnellement gardés jusqu’alors implicites au nom d’une morale et d’une bienséance rigoureuse et qui tout à coup semblent avoir gagné le droit de dire clairement le désir, qu’il s’agisse de celui d’une mère, d’un père, d’une amante, d’un amant… et ce dans toute sa trivialité. Pourtant, il n’y a aucune charge obscène dans ces bagues. Qu’elles soient très travaillées ou reprennent le mouvement naturel d’une mèche de cheveux, elles nous renvoient à nos jeux tactiles dans les cheveux de l’autre, en fixant le mouvement, image arrêtée puis détachée du corps pour n’en garder que la sensation. »
(Monique Manoha – Actes du colloque international Projections : des organes hors du corps (13-14 octobre 2006)

Rickson Salkeld   Rickson Salkeld – I am interested in the feminine ideal in relation to the female body.  I enjoy creating work that expresses my wish to both conform and  rebel against ideas of femininity. Through various materials and  processes I take from my own body both physically and metaphorically.  Hair can be used to comment on feminine allure and power, while  clear resin is used to symbolize an abundance of tears

 Azahara Santoro - Tricomotealcyalgenfobia- Miedo irracional al pelo de las mariposas de coral plateado. Piezas unicas  Azahara Santoro  (EASD Valencia 2012) -   bagues avec cheveux (rings with hair) 
Tricomotealcyalgenfobia- Miedo irracional al pelo de las mariposas de coral plateado. Piezas unicas

maria ignacia walker - MFA JEWELLERY AND BODY ORNAMENTS Alchimia contemporary jewellery School 2013 - 2015: Maria Ignacia Walker – MFA JEWELLERY AND BODY ORNAMENTS Alchimia contemporary jewellerySchool 2013 – 2015 –   A simple fact of life that María Ignacia Walker obsesses over: The shedding of hair. The obsession – losing them, collecting them, ordering them, measuring them and archiving them. The desire – to preserve these losses – It gives rise to “transcendieron”.  The discourse is not about beauty and it is not about sensuality, not even about cultural symbols that hair carries.  How much hair do you lose constantly, everyday ? How many pieces grow out of your body and die every moment ?  “The transcendents” are a homage to the moments when you lose your hair. Captured and immortalized in the fragility of the porcelain, they give perpetuity and freeze all their expressions in the moment of their detachment from the body. With a threading method, the artist uses horsehair as connectors. They show the lightness, energy and freedom, while demonstrating the real, natural movement of the hair. Together with the act of keeping and protecting the hair in a porcelain form, they are given another life that keeps them present through their absence.

Maria Ignacia Walker  - 2015 - TRASCENDIERON - Materials: Porcelain / Horsehair / Resin / Gold thread / Gold: Maria Ignacia Walker  – 2015 – TRASCENDIERON – Materials: Porcelain / Horsehair / Resin / Gold thread/ Gold

María Ignacia Walker Contemporary Jewellery - 2015 - TRASCENDIERON: María Ignacia Walker  – 2015 – TRASCENDIERON

María Ignacia Walker   - 2015 - TRASCENDIERON: María Ignacia Walker  – 2015 – TRASCENDIERON

Maria Ignacia Walker Trascendieron 1 2015 Necklace-object, 28 x 45 cm, porcelain, horse hair and resin Photo by Marcos Bucco, courtesy of the artist: Maria Ignacia Walker – 2015 – TRASCENDIERON – Necklace-object, 28 x 45 cm, porcelain, horse hair and resin Photo by Marcos Bucco, courtesy of the artist

Maria Ignacia Walker - 2015 - TRASCENDIERON - necklace (detail)Maria Ignacia Walker – 2015 – TRASCENDIERON – necklace (detail)

Sébastien Carré - collection Hair Landscape - 2016: Sébastien Carré – collection Hair Landscape – 2016 broche (bijoux réalisés pour une collaboration avec le blogger Cut by Fred )

MARION DELARUE-FR Mania-Traditional korean lacquer, korean hair. 2011  MARION DELARUE - Mania :

MARION DELARUE — « Mania » – Traditional korean lacquer, korean hair. 2011 « During my stay in South Korea, I was struck by Korean ladies’ habits of playing with their hair fringes. As soon as they had the chance they would roll up their hair by making it slide between their forefinger and their middle finger and then pull on it softly. Since I was often bored during such long classes taught in a language I don’t understand, I spent time observing the students… »

Dionea Rocha Watt Pendant: Protection Locket, 2006 Silver, human hair 3.1 x 5.5 cm Piece for section History, Memory, Tradition: Dionea Rocha Watt Pendant: Protection Locket, 2006 Silver, human hair 3.1 x 5.5 cm Piece for section History, Memory, Tradition (at  « Think Twice: New Latin American Jewellery » 2010-2011)

Dionea Rocha Watt (Brazil) - locket/hair.: Dionea Rocha Watt (Brazil) – locket/hair

Raluca Buzura’s collection, “Hairy Tales” comes out of an imaginary world and it’s a combination of new materials such as polymeric rubber, pumice, artificial leather and artificial hair.   Raluca Buzura, “Hairy Tales”, Romania  Here come the Authors! 7 - 8 November | Sala Dalles | Bucharest: Raluca Buzura’s collection, “Hairy Tales” comes out of an imaginary world and it’s a combination of new materials such as polymeric rubber, pumice, artificial leather and artificial hair.  
at Autor 2015 – 7 – 8 November | Sala Dalles | Bucharest

Salome Lippuner  Neckpiece: Kin Kanshitsu 2008  Black and natural coloured Urushi on hemp-cloth,gold-leaves,horse tail hair  15 x 10 cm: Salome Lippuner  Neckpiece: Kin Kanshitsu 2008  Black and natural coloured Urushi on hemp-cloth,gold-leaves,horse tail hair  15 x 10 cm

REBECCA HANNON-USA Collier  Crin de cheval: REBECCA HANNON-USA Collier  Crin de cheval
REBECCA HANNON-USA -USA  Nest,Horse Hair Twist: REBECCA HANNON-USA -USA  Nest,Horse Hair Twist
AOI KOTSUHIROI AOI KOTSUHIROI - hair neckpiece – cabello humano en conjunto con piedras y pequeños cráneos
AOI KOTSUHIROI - hair neckpieceAOI KOTSUHIROI - hair neckpiece - cabello humano en conjunto con piedras y pequeños cráneos

 Aoi Kotsuhiroi Horse hair, horn, urushi lacquer and buffalo leather Aoi Kotsuhiroi Horse hair, horn, urushi lacquer and buffalo leather Vika Mayzel  (IL) - necklace (silver,wood,fur,leather)   Out of Cage vikamayzel.com: Vika Mayzel  (IL) – necklace (silver,wood,fur,leather)   Out of Cage vikamayzel.com

Lauren Passenti, Cleaning Fish on a Sunday Morning wrist piece, 2009, sterling silver, horse hair, 8 inches diameter: Lauren Passenti, « Cleaning Fish on a Sunday Morning » wrist piece, 2009, sterling silver, horse hair, 8 inches diameter

Eunmi Chun: Eunmi Chun, zebra, 2011, brooch, small intestine of cow, silver, human hair, gold leaf, 120 x 40 x 75 mm, photo: artist

 Brooch by Eun Mi Chun: Giraffe 2011 23 x 8 x 9 cm. Human hair, gold leaf, small intestine of cow, seeds, silver: Brooch by Eun Mi Chun: Giraffe 2011 23 x 8 x 9 cm. Human hair, gold leaf, small intestine of cow, seeds, silver

 

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Kerry Howley human hair jewelry - Kerry Howley Attraction/Aversion is a material exploration of how people can feel seemingly opposing emotional responses simultaneously. The necklaces are made of human hair, a familiar material that we take pride in. However once off of the body hair becomes an innate source of aversion.: Kerry Howley human hair jewelry
Kerry Howley Attraction/Aversion is a material exploration of how people can feel seemingly opposing emotional responses simultaneously. The necklaces are made of human hair, a familiar material that we take pride in. However once off of the body hair becomes an innate source of aversion.

 

 

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