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03/01/2017

EXPO ‘Idem. Mùltiplos de Autor’ – Galeria Reverso, Lisbon (PT) – 11 Dec. 2016–13 Janv. 2017

Idem. Mùltiplos de Autor Galeria REVERSO Lisbon, Portugal
IDEM explores the possibilities of the «multiple» in small series of identical jewels and objects

IDEM  Jewelry Group Exhibition  @ RE V E R S O | Lisbon | Portugal Opening, December 11th at 4pm - CARLOS SILVA  Sofia Björkman, Ana Margarida Carvalho, Paula Crespo, Beatriz Horta Correia, Patrícia Domingues, Tatiana Giorgadse, Castello Hansen, Herman Hermsen, Leonor Hipólito, Claudia Hoppe, Birgit Laken, Floor Mommersteeg, Typhaine Le Monnier, Edgar Mosa, Inês Nunes, Maria José Oliveira, Lina Peterson, Claude Schmitz, Danni Schwaag, Carlos Silva, Edu Tarin, Andrea Wagner. #jewelrygroupexhibiti:

 

with :   Sofia BjörkmanAna Margarida Carvalho — Beatriz Horta Correia — Paula CrespoPatrícia DominguesTatiana GiorgadseCastello HansenHerman HermsenLeonor HipólitoClaudia HoppeBirgit LakenTyphaine Le MonnierFloor MommersteegEdgar MosaInês Nunes — Maria José Oliveira — Lina PetersonClaude SchmitzDanni SchwaagCarlos Silva Edu TarínAndrea Wagner

« Unique pieces, limited editions or serial productions nourish the universe of author jewellery in all its diversity. IDEM explores the possibilities of the « multiple » in small series of identical jewels and objects, created by national and international artists, who have made themselves available to celebrate with Reverso its 18 years of existence. »

Carlos Silva - brooch - at IDEM - Multiplos de Autor 2016-17Carlos Silva – at « IDEM – Multiplos de Autor » – brooch  – plaster, foam and oxidized copper

carlos silva New pieces for a new project  brooches wip plaster white: Carlos Silva New pieces for a new project  brooches wip plaster white

Lina Peterson - brooches - at IDEM galeria-reverso: Lina Peterson – brooches

EDU TARÍN - Anel at IDEM galeria-reverso: Edu Tarin - Anel

Danni Schwaag Brooch: Dots, 2014 Enamel on copper, stainless steel - Idem. Mùltiplos de Autor -: Danni Schwaag Brooch: Dots, 2014 Enamel on copper, stainless steel

 Claudia Hoppe Bangle: Spraypaint Bangle, 2016 Metal, spraypaint Claudia Hoppe Bangle: Spraypaint Bangle, 2016 Metal, spraypaint

Sofia Björkman Brooch: What has the Bird done?, 2016 PLA, metal, paina (3D hand-drawings) Sofia Björkman Brooch: What has the Bird done?, 2016 PLA, metal, paina (3D hand-drawings)

 Patrícia Domingues Pendant: 3 pendants, 2016 Coral, Lapiz Lázuli, Onix recon: Patrícia Domingues Pendant: 3 pendants, 2016 Coral, Lapiz Lázuli, Onix recon

FLOOR MOMMERSTEG - Alfinetes: Floor Mommersteg - brooches

TATJANA GIORGADSE - Brincos: Tatjana Giorgadse – earrings

HERMAN HERMSEN - Kopie (ed. Limitada) / Set of 5 brooches Disc: Herman Hermsen – Kopie (ed. Limitada) / Set of 5 brooches Disc

LEONOR HIPÓLITO - Esplendor da Usabilidade, 2010: LEONOR HIPÓLITO – Esplendor da Usabilidade, 2010

INÊS NUNES - Colar at "IDEM": INÊS NUNES - Colar

 

Galeria Reverso
Rua da Esperança, nº 59 / 61, 1200
655 Lisboa, Portugal
(+351) 213 951 407


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01/12/2015

EXPO ‘Snapshot’ – Galeria Reverso, Lisbonne (Portugal) – 28 Nov. 2015- 15 Janv. 2016

Galeria Reverso: « Snapshot« 

Christmas group exhibition with works by Patricia Domingues (MA 2013), Danni Schwaag (Diploma 2008), Edu Tarìn (MFA 2015) et al.

Opening saturday, November 28, from 5 to 8 pm 

Snapshot - REVERSO

Snapshot – photography project with Diana Laires:
Words cannot say much about jewellery. You have to see, feel and wear the pieces on the body. You have to live with them. Only then, the pleasure of the thought and made, of the formulated and fabulated with ideas, desires and matters, can irradiate fascination.
What should remain is the joy and the desire to understand and wear these pieces of jewellery as symbols of your own personality. /Jens-Rudiger Lorenzen (adapted) in Contemporary Jewelry, Stuttgart, 1989

Artist List:
Ana Margarida Carvalho
–  Andrea WagnerAnneleen SwillenBeate LeonardsBeatriz Horta Correia –  Beppe KesslerBirgit Laken –  Carlos Silva –  Castello Hansen Claude Schmitz  –  Cristina FilipeDanni SchwaagDulce Ferraz – Edu TarínEla Bauer Filomeno Pereira de SousaFloor MommersteegGabriela CoelhoHelena Johansson LindellHerman HermsenJoana Taurino – Kaori Juzu Laura RoseLeonor Hipólito  – Lina PetersonLuzia VogtManuel VilhenaMarc MonzóMasako Hamaguchi Mecky van den BrinkMirjam Hiller – Nikolay SardamovPatrícia DominguesPaula CrespoPaula RousseauSylvia BlickmanSofia GomesSuzanne Esser –  Tanel Veenre Telma SimõesTimothy Information LimitedUlrika Sward –  Valentim QuaresmaValéria Fazèkas.

Patrícia Domingues (MA 2013) • Brooch "Serie Duality " • Reconstructed coral and steel • 2015 • ©photo by Manuel Ocaña MascaronPatrícia Domingues (MA 2013 Idar-Oberstein) • Brooch « Serie Duality  » • Reconstructed coral and steel • 2015 • ©photo by Manuel Ocaña Mascaron

Edu Tarìn (MFA 2015) • Brooch "Antípoda 2" • Copper and gold • 2014 • ©photo by Manuel Ocaña MascaronEdu Tarìn (MFA 2015 Idar Oberstein) • Brooch « Antípoda 2″ • Copper and gold • 2014 • ©photo by Manuel Ocaña Mascaron

 Danni Schwaag (Diploma 2008) • Brooch "Jakop II" • Ebony, enamel on copper, bead cord, broken tile and steel • 2010 • ©photo by artistDanni Schwaag (Diploma 2008 Idar Oberstein) • Brooch « Jakop II » • Ebony, enamel on copper, bead cord, broken tile and steel • 2010 • ©photo by artist

Andrea Wagner Brooch: Cape Canaveral Porcelain, glass, and possibly other media, silver, wood, acrylic color and fibre: Andrea Wagner Brooch: Cape Canaveral Porcelain, glass, and possibly other media, silver, wood, acrylic color and fibre

 Anneleen Swillen Brooch: Glass of red fruits, 2014 Resin, plaster, stainless steel, iron: Anneleen Swillen Brooch: Glass of red fruits, 2014 Resin, plaster, stainless steel, iron

Leonor Hipólito Piece: Tout est sur la table, 2011 Sterling silver Photo by: Arne Kaiser: Leonor Hipólito Piece: Tout est sur la table, 2011 Sterling silver Photo by: Arne Kaiser

 Beppe Kessler Brooch: Skyline, 2013 Silver, wood, acrylic color and fibre 7.5 x 7 x 2 cm: Beppe Kessler Brooch: Skyline, 2013 Silver, wood, acrylic color and fibre 7.5 x 7 x 2 cm

 

 

Galeria Reverso
R. da Esperança 59/61
1200-655 – Lisbon
Portugal
Telephone: +351 213 951 407
Fax: +351 213 951 407
website: www.reversodasbernardas.com
mail: mail@reversodasbernardas.com

07/11/2013

EXPO ’40 Jewels (40 Joias)’ – Galeria Tereza Seabra, Lisbon (Portugal) – 29 Oct.-19 Nov. 2013

40 Jewels (40 Joias) -     Galeria Tereza Seabra (Lisbon, Portugal)

“40 Jewels” celebrates the 40th anniversary of Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual, Lisbon, Portugal, and the 35th anniversary of its Jewellery department. Founded in 1978 by Tereza Seabra, Ar.Co’s Jewellery department became her responsability for 25 years, until it was passed on to Cristina Filipe in 2004. This was the first (and is still the only) contemporary jewellery program fully integrated into an art school in Portugal. National and international collaborations with artists,  jewellers, public and private schools and other entities were and have remained a crucial part of the Jewellery department’s identity. “40 Jewels” will present selected works by 40 ex-students who have completed Ar.Co’s Studies Plan between 1978 and 2013.

40 Jewels (40 Joias) -   -  Galeria Tereza Seabra (Lisbon, Portugal) 29-Oct-2013 - 19-Nov-2013  website: www.terezaseabra.com mail: tereza@terezaseabra.com
Artists:  Alexandra Rodrigues — Amália Rosa — Ana Henriques — Ana Margarida Carvalho — Artur Madeira — Beatriz Mousinho — Cláudia Cabral — Catarina Silva — Catarina Simões — Cristina Filipe — David Pontes — Diana Silva — Gabriela Coelho — Inês Nunes — Joana Mota Capitão — João Martins — Laura Rose Graham — Lúcia Abdenur — Luís Torres — Madalena Avellar — Manuel Machado — Manuela Domingues — Manuela Sousa — Maria Emília Martinho — Marília Mira — Marta Boino Eliseu — Miriam Castro — Natalia Olarte — Nininha — Nuno Miguel Gomes — Paula Crespo — Paula Paour — Pedro Cruz — Rita Faustino — Rita del Rio — Sónia Brum — Susana Beirão — Teresa MilheiroTyphaine Le Monnier — Zélia Nobre
Marília Maria Mira, Brooch, 1989Marília Maria Mira, Brooch, 1989 – Oxidated alpaca
Paula Crespo, Necklace, 1994Paula Crespo,  Necklace 1994 – Oxidated silver
Natalie Olarte, Necklace, 2011
Natalia Olarte – Necklace 2011 – Tights, modeling past, PVC
Joana Mota Capitão, Necklace, 2008Joana Mota Capitão – Necklace: Landscapes 2008 – Recicled cardboard, silver 925
Tereza Seabra, Necklace, 2003Tereza Seabra, Necklace, 2003
Tereza Seabra – Necklace: Pompei 2003 – Gold, coral, silk thread, painted ivory by Antonio Marques
Lisbon, Portugal
website: www.terezaseabra.com
mail: tereza@terezaseabra.com

22/09/2011

EXPO ‘POWERWORK FROM PORTUGAL’ – Galerie Slavik, Vienna (AT) – 22 Sept.-15 Oct. 2011

POWERWORK FROM PORTUGAL

Ana Albuquerque, Alexandra Serpa Pimentel, Filomeno P. de Sousa, Dulce FerrazFilomena Praça, Tereza Seabra, Paula Crespo, Ana Couto
22. Sept. – 15. Oct. 2011
Exhibition opening: 22 Sept. 2011, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

 

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Portuguese jewellery art – a variety of gorgeous works and captivating forms

A compelling display of works by Portuguese jewellery artists opens the new panorama of exhibitions at Vienna’s Galerie Slavik. The range of unique pieces of jewellery encompasses strictly geometric, richly pictorial and consistently reduced creations.

The golden necklace by Ana Albuquerque, who has intensively explored the material gold and its history, is a compelling piece of simple and strictly reduced form, which is further accentuated by the glow of gold.

The name of Tereza Seabra, an artist who in the course of her training studied with Thomas Gentile in New York, has become synonymous with contemporary jewellery art in Lisbon today. Her golden vintage pendants take us on a journey into the past, a picture diary of old photographs and miniature landscapes painted on ivory and framed in gold.

The golden ring sculptures by Paula Crespo, one of the most noted Portuguese jewellery artists, are powerful, wearable miniature sculptures.
The works by Alexandra Serpa Pimentel are based on natural forms and structures. She designs powerfully expressive necklaces which in movement seem to merge with their wearers in fluid unity.

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Alexandra Serpa Pimentel- silver and steel thread

 

The white paper brooches by Ana Coutos appear to float as weightlessly as a feather.

The exciting series of « Luster – Territories » brooches in silver, aluminum, lacquer and gold leaf by Dulce Ferraz reflect topographic morphologies created by man and nature.
Galerie Slavik
Himmelpfortgasse 17
A-1010 Vienna
Austria
Telephone: +43 1 513 48 12
Fax: +43 1 513 07 48
e-mail: galerie.slavik@vienna.at

01/05/2011

Decouverte : « IGOJA » group of jewelers

IGOJA, an International Group Of Jewellery Artists, is a group of jewellery artist friends.
It all began in Cologne in the studio of Marlene Gerhard, where some of us came together to work and exchange ideas ending up with an exhibition in private atmosphere at art minded friends. It was stimulating to see your colleagues working, experimenting with materials expressing their ideas, learning from one another, and also a reflection for oneself. The passion and enthusiasm, as well as the struggle, and how to manifest this in the jewellery art field is a common point of recognition. We decided to make our group internationally stronger and invited some respected colleagues to join
the group.
The represented nationalities of the six jewellery artists in IGOJA are German, Dutch, English and Portuguese. Our purpose is to share our passion, to visit inspiring places together, and to exchange in workshops and to exhibit.

Our first public presentation with the complete group will take place in Galleria Reverso in Lisbon in
September 2010.Serendipity, chance favours the prepared mind was the title of this exhibition.


A brief introduction of the IGOJA members:

Marlene Gerhard, from Germany, lives and works in Cologne in an old fire-station. She is trained as a goldsmith and jewellery maker in Idar-Oberstein, which is well known for its traditional jewellery industries and precious and non precious stones. After two years of working as a contract goldsmith she was slightly disappointed by the kind of work she was expected to do and started studying law for several years. However, the moment she came into contact with some inspiring jewellery artists who introduced her to several workshops, a completely new approach towards creating jewellery, her love for what she once started was back again. Suddenly everything made sense: she started to work again with different materials to create jewellery that is typical hers. Marlene has a very monumental approach which makes her work sculptural but this monumentality has lightness by its playfulness and humour.

hv Gerhard web
Marlene Gerhard‘horror vacui’ brooch – 7x7x4cm – tin foil, silver, gold, copper

Decouverte : serendipity04 dans Gal. Reverso (PT)
Marlene Gerhard2 rings

Hiltje Wynia, from the Netherlands has a studio in a Frisian village, Oudemirdum. She decided on a later age to develop her creativity in this field and began her studies in the Sculpture Department of the Academy of Art in Maastricht, but found out soon that the Jewellery Department suited her better. Suited is the right word, because Hiltje has a very developed sense for textile, clothes and jewelleryAfter her study she went back to her Frisian base in the north of the Netherlands where she created a series of jewellery made with and inspired by old traditional Dutch lace. Lace and the nature of the Frisian landscape, her love for gardening, all those things surrounding her makes an idea growing into her mind. Through the working process and a sometimes chaotic experimental struggle with materials the final outcome can be surprising in the end. These creative processes are what keep her love for making jewellery constantly evolving. 

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Hiltje Wynia - Colar “Springdrops”

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Hiltje Wynia - brooch

Suzanne Esser, from the Netherlands, has her studio in Amsterdam in a former Hospital, now used by
artists.  Suzanne grew up in an artistic surrounding; her father was sculptor and her mother a painter. She did choose for studying jewellery at the Academy of Art in Arnhem where she was taught by the famous Dutch designer Gijs Bakker. She developed a clear way of thinking and her jewellery is often based on form interventions. Her idea behind the piece is more important as its suitability as a wearable piece of jewellery but because of her love for repetition and regular rhythm her large necklaces are flexible and therefore by their very nature wearable. Her inspiration can come from elements of machinery; letting them grow as nature does; evolving into new spatial and monumental creations.

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Suzanne Esser – necklace

 

Susan Cross from England lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland, where she teaches in the Jewellery& Silversmith Department at Edinburgh College of Art. Susan completed her study in art and design with a degree in jewellery at Middlesex Polytechnic in London. Following her graduation she was invited to teach part-time and has since this time paralleled her own practise with teaching, thus allowing her the freedom and the so needed financial support in
this field. To be able to work alongside students she experiences is a privilege and an inspiration. Exchange programs brought her to several Asiatic countries where besides her teaching she could explore the culture. Recent inspiration from a visit to Korea include: exotic tied bundles of twisted roots to sacks full of dried flower heads and visiting temples in the wilds of the Korean mountains, she documents her travels with photography and sketches. In the studio she develops her collated research by drawing, abstracting, collage and three-dimensional models to develop and refine her jewellery.
Susan’s work is as a big gesture in which you can find a resonance between her love for constructed textiles and textural details.

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Susan Cross - brooch

 

Paula Crespo, from Portugal, has her studio behind her Galeria Reverso in Lisbon. Having the feeling to live several lives, she dedicated her soul to jewellery since the eighties, both as a gallerist and as an artist. She has a degree of the Faculdade de Letras and taught at state schools until a few years ago. She is trained as a jeweller at Ar.Co in Lisbon, where she later taught jewellery design for some years. During ten years she ran the gallery/workshop ‘Arte facto 3’ together with two other colleagues. In 1998 she started up a gallery of her own to follow her individual path, and Galeria Reverso was born. A gallery and a studio on one location, making national and international exhibitions, training students, giving courses and making work of her own. Paula’s life is her love for art jewellery, being an important link in the development of Portuguese contemporary jewellery. In spite of her feeling to have a constant lack of time she developed her own work in an interesting way, even though it may seem she jumps over a period of time, her work has always a clear monumental construction. Her ideas ‘dance’ and then settle in her mind, and when it is time to come out she feels it is worth the development. Sometimes her jewellery is build up with thousands of little rings to form a flexible whole. Only
passion can be the motivation behind these achievements.

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Paula Crespo – brooch

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Paula Crespo  - ring

Paula Crespo / Colar Meccano
Paula Crespo – Colar Meccano-Ebonite, ónix e ouro – 2006

 

Birgit Laken, from the Netherlands, has her studio in the centre of Haarlem with a view on her garden. She studied drawing at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. Finding out that the direct way of expressing in drawing and painting was not the right way for her, she decided to do a second art study on the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam to become a jewellery artist. Working with metal and other materials required a complete different approach, having an idea, making a plan first, finding out how to treat the material, that indirect way of expressing enabled her to channel and express her passion. Being a spontaneous character she is always in search of balance which is reflected in her jewellery. Her work can be very clear, restrained and sober, but also it can be playful, particularly when expressed through colour. Birgit often develops her work through a themed project which can evolve and grow over a period of time; this takes her to a deeper understanding of the source that inspired her.

13 Necklace/object ‘Harvest’ 1996. wood, leave gold, acrylic paint, synthetic material, 52x34cm
Birgit Laken- Necklace/object  1996- wood, leave gold, acrylic paint, synthetic material

Necklace 'Hoya Camosa' acrylic sheet and silver 350x270x4mm 2007

Birgit Laken- Necklace ‘Hoya Camosa’ acrylic sheet and silver 2007

10/09/2010

EXPO ‘Serendipity’ – Galerie Reverso, Lisbonne (Portugal) – 18 sept 2010

International group « IGOJA » of 6 artists

 

EXPO ‘Serendipity’ - Galerie Reverso, Lisbonne (Portugal) - 18 sept 2010 dans Birgit LAKEN (NL) reverso

 

Galeria Reverso
R. da Esperança 59/61
1200-655 – Lisbon
Portugal
Telephone: +351 213 951 407
website: www.reversodasbernardas.com
mail: mail@reversodasbernadas.com

26/03/2010

EXPO ‘On the Other Hand’, Portuguese jewelers – Medellin 174 Gallery, Mexico – 14-30 Avril 2010

EXPO- ontheotherhand

This exhibition had as curators Paula Crespo (Gallery Reverso) and Miguel Matos and Elsa Garcia (Umbigo Magazine). It has launched the series of activities commemorating the fifth anniversary of PIN – Portuguese Association of Contemporary Jewellery. The result of a challenge to all PIN members, on the theme Five Fingers One Hand, the exhibition shows the work of 12 Portuguese artists, selected by Reverso and Umbigo.

Selected artists :
Alexandra Serpa Pimentel, Ana Albuquerque, Catarina Dias, Cristina Filipe, David Pontes, Dulce Ferraz, Filomena Praça, Filomeno, Inês Nunes, Leonor Hipólito, Madalena Avellar, Manuela Sousa and Paula Madeira Rodrigues. Guest artists include Marc Monzó, Catalan jeweler – invited by Paula Crespo, Portuguese fine artists Rui Effe and Carla Gaspar/Filipe Rego (Cíclope) – invited by Miguel Matos e Elsa Garcia, and Tereza Seabra and Filomeno Pereira de Sousa, honorary members of PIN.

EXPO- hand - Dulce Ferraz - RingEXPO- hand- Filomena Praça - ThimblesEXPO- hand- Filomeno -'sufficiency'- pinEXPO- hand- Paula Madeira Rodrigues - Jewel for the hand
Dulce Ferraz - Ring
Filomena Praça - Thimbles
Filomeno- ‘sufficiency’- pin
Paula Madeira Rodrigues - Jewel for the hand

 

 Evenements parallèles à « Walking the Gray Area »

Medellín 174
Col. Roma
Mexico City (MEXICO)
tel : 55740918
email : info@medellin174.com
Opening Tuesday April 13th, 7 pm

 

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