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05/09/2015

EXPO ‘SeulGi Kwon – Tender Moments’ – R|R Gallery, New York (USA) – 10 Sept.-4 Oct. 2015

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 4:59

SeulGi Kwon – My first US solo show  Sep.10 – Oct. 4. 2015 -  R|R Gallery  New York

Please join us in welcoming Korean artist SeulGi Kwon to the gallery for her first U.S. solo exhibit. « Tender Moments » opens next Thursday, September 10th from 6-8pm

SeulGi Kwon - My first solo show  Sep.10 - Oct. 4. 2015 R|R Gallery 30 Gansevoort Street New York, NY 10014  invited by R|R Gallery:

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Seul Gi Kwon - Tender moments  Seul Gi Kwon – Tender moments 

 

 

R|R Gallery
30 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014
tel +1 212-226-4513

19/12/2014

Seulgi Kwon Wins 2014 AJF Artist Award

The Art Jewelry Forum (AJF), the nonprofit organization that supports appreciation of art jewelry worldwide, has awarded Seulgi Kwon the 2014 AJF Artist Award.

The award is given to an emerging jeweler who exhibits “poise, innovation, and individuality.”

Since 2000, AJF has been offering an artist award to recognize promise, innovation, and individuality in the work of an emerging jeweler. The AJF Artist Award is awarded to makers of contemporary art jewelry who have completed their academic/professional training and are making new work as part of their post-training career. The winner of the AJF Artist Award receives a $7500 cash prize, will have their work shown at a major international art fair with an AJF gallery supporter, and will give a short lecture. Their work will also be featured in an AJF advertisement.

The 2014 Art Jewelry Forum Artist Award (AJFAA) was awarded to Seulgi Kwon

PROUD & HAPPY for her !

Seul-Gi Kwon 2014

« raindrop » of awards from everywhere, last years, on her work  :

2013  BKV Prize 2013 « Third Prize », Munich, Germany
2012 Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award  « First Prize »,  Fondazione Cominelli, Italy
2011 BKV Prize 2011, Munich, Germany
2011 Preziosa Young 2011, Florence, Italy
2010 Cominelli Foundation 2010 Award, Fondazione Cominelli, Italy

http://www.kwonseulgi.comSeul-Gi Kwon 2014 work – « a soft rain » (detail)

 

Seulgi Kwon, Deep in the Night 1, 2014, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, glass, 180 x 170 x 60 cm, photo: artistSeulgi Kwon, Deep in the Night 1, 2014, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, glass, 180 x 170 x 60 cm, photo: artist

Seulgi Kwon, Still Life 1 (alternate view), 2014, ring, silicone, pigment, thread, 90 x 100 x 60 mm, photo: artistSeulgi Kwon, Still Life 1 (alternate view), 2014, ring, silicone, pigment, thread, 90 x 100 x 60 mm, photo: artist
Seulgi Kwon, The Evolution of Defense 1, 2014, silicone, pigment, thread, paper, plastic, 180 x 105 x 70 mm, photo: artistSeulgi Kwon, The Evolution of Defense 1, 2014, silicone, pigment, thread, paper, plastic, 180 x 105 x 70 mm, photo: artist

« We are pleased to announce that Seulgi Kwon has been selected to receive the 2014 Art Jewelry Forum Artist Award for an emerging jeweler. Kwon was chosen from 123 entries representing 27 countries. She will receive a $7500 cash award, and her work, along with that of the other 4 finalists, will be featured by Platina Gallery at Handwerksmesse, which takes place in Munich in March 2015. Kwon will also receive a one-year professional membership to AJF and will serve as a juror for the 2015 Artist Award competition.

The goal of the AJF Artist Award is to acknowledge promise, innovation, and individuality in developing jewelers. This year’s competition was open to art jewelry makers 35 years of age or younger who were not enrolled in a professional training program; submitted work had to have been completed between 2012 and 2014. The jurors were Sooyeon Kim, jewelry artist and winner of the 2013 award; Carin Reinders, director of the Coda Museum, Apeldoorn, Netherlands; and Karen Rotenberg, founder and director of Alianza Contemporary Craft and a collector of contemporary jewelry. Criteria used in judging were originality, depth of concept, and quality of craftsmanship.

Kwon uses the theme of plant images to express meanings and symbols of memories of her daily life. Plants change their form at each stage of growth: seeds sprout, spread roots, and bloom. This course of change gives rise to unpredictable organisms and organic forms. Kwon’s work actively expresses the organic movements of plants, with their mysterious colors and constantly changing forms, creating texture with the materiality and transparency of silicone. Kwon tries to express the living in her work, so most of her pieces have rich colors and unique shapes.

Carin Reinders stated, “Seulgi uses silicone, glass, and pigments with great beauty and poetic transparency. The brooch A Soft Rain has the softness and the vulnerability of the first soft and refreshing drops. Deep in the Night gives the awareness of a night in the jungle with the great emerald green stone, glowing in the dark. Seulgi’s work has great poetic power and classical elements, but is constructed in a very contemporary way.” Sooyeon Kim commented, “Because of Seulgi’s deep understanding of silicone as a material, it seems like she has power over the material. This would not be possible without ceaseless study. Her exotic forms and bright colors have a special fascination.” Ms. Rotenberg added, “Seulgi demonstrates an innovative and beautiful use of material; her work is visually compelling.”

Kwon earned a bachelor’s (2007) and a master’s (2010) of fine arts metalwork and jewelry at Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea. » (AJF)

Seulgi Kwon, All Things Shining, 2013, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, glass bead, 130 x 140 x 55 mm, photo: artist Seulgi Kwon, All Things Shining, 2013, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, glass bead, 130 x 140 x 55 mm, photo: artist

Seulgi Kwon, A Soft Rain 1, 2014, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, paper, plastic, 180 x 170 x 65 mm, photo: artistSeulgi Kwon, A Soft Rain 1, 2014, brooch, silicone, pigment, thread, paper, plastic, 180 x 170 x 65 mm, photo: artist

“In my work, I actively express the organic movements of plants with their mysterious colors and constantly changing forms, creating texture with the materiality and transparency of silicone. I always try to express the living in my work so most of my pieces have rich colours and unique shapes.

 

 

PS : just received my « It rained yesterday » ring ! HAPPY !

Seulgi Kwon - "It rained yesterday" ring 2014 Ring∣ silicone, pigment, thread 90 x 90 x 70mmSeulgi Kwon - « It rained yesterday » ring 2014 Ring∣ silicone, pigment, thread 90 x 90 x 70mm

03/08/2014

EXPO ‘The Art of the RING’ – Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge (Ma)(USA) – 12 Aout-30 Sept. 2014

Must see!(From left to right: Michael Becker, Seulgi Kwon, Jose Marin)

Efharis Alepedis Ring Silk cocoon, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber, epoxy resinEfharis Alepedis Ring Silk cocoon, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber, epoxy resin

Efharis Alepedis - Rings - Silk cocoon, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber, epoxy resin - (Mobilia Gallery 2014)Efharis Alepedis – Rings – Silk cocoon, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber, epoxy resin 2014)

Efharis_AlepedisEfharis Alepedis – Ring – Coral, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber

 Efharis Alepedis Ring Silk cocoon, sea urchin, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber, epoxy resin, coral beads Efharis Alepedis Ring Silk cocoon, sea urchin, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber, epoxy resin, coral beads

Jose Marin Esponja Marina, Ring Titanium, silver, emeralds. 2014. 1.2” x 2” x 2”Jose Marin Esponja Marina, Ring Titanium, silver, emeralds. 2014

Efharis Alepedis Ring Reconstructed moonstones, steel reinforced epoxy, rubberEfharis Alepedis Ring Reconstructed moonstones, steel reinforced epoxy, rubber

Seulgi Kwon Under the Moon Light Ring Silicone, pigment, thread Cast molded and sewn 3.1" x 2.75" x 2.75"Seulgi Kwon Under the Moon Light Ring Silicone, pigment, thread Cast molded and sewn

Seulgi Kwon It Rained Yesterday Ring Silicone, pigment, thread Cast molded and sewn 3.5" x 3.5" x 2.75"Seulgi Kwon – « It Rained Yesterday » Ring Silicone, pigment, thread Cast molded and sewn

Jose Marin Durmiendo en una Anemona Ring Titanium, silver 1” x 1.4” x 1.6”Jose Marin – « Durmiendo en una Anemona » Ring Titanium, silver

Jose Marin Corrientes Marinas de Xabia Ring Titanium, silver, white moon stone 1.3” x 1.6” x 1.5”Jose Marin – « Corrientes Marinas de Xabia  » – Ring Titanium, silver, white moon stone

 

Mobilia Gallery
358 Huron Ave
Cambridge (Massachusetts) 02138 – USA
tel +1 617-876-2109
mobiliaart@verizon.net
http://mobilia-gallery.com/

30/06/2014

EXPO ‘bijoux contemporains’ – Galerie Diane & Eric Lhoste, Biarritz (FR) – 15 Juill.-13 Sept. 2014

Exposition bijoux contemporains du 15 juillet au 13 septembre -
Pour cette 6ème exposition, nous avons choisi sept artistes talentueux, d’horizons différents et d’inspirations diverses, très présents sur la scène du bijou contemporain. Loin d’être seulement de remarquables parures, ces bijoux sont le fruit de recherches mêlant entre autres art contemporain, excellence du savoir-faire et une imagination incroyable.
 
Vernissage, en toute simplicité (chemise hawaienne acceptée), aura lieu mardi 15 juillet à partir de 18h
  Galerie Diane et Eric Lhoste 25 avenue Edouard VII Biarritz
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Isabelle FUSTINONI  —
Isabelle FustinoniIsabelle Fustinoni – bagues – ébène, laiton et verre.
Patricia Lemaire broches sculptures, Les Porteurs, maillechort patiné guilloché, os, graines.Crédit photo EcliptiquePatricia Lemaire broches sculptures « Les Porteurs » – maillechort patiné guilloché, os, graines. Crédit photo Ecliptique
Philip Sajet collier Eclips en argent niellé, nacre et orPhilip Sajet collier Eclips en argent niellé, nacre et or
  Philip Sajet, bague Cactus, or et émail Philip Sajet, bague Cactus, or et émail
Ulrike Kampfert broche Ombrelle fer et orUlrike Kampfert broche Ombrelle fer et or
 Ulrike Kampfert, bague Ombrelle ou Schirmring, fer et or Ulrike Kampfert, bague Ombrelle ou Schirmring, fer et or acier

SeulGi Kwon -  2014 - 'All things shining', silicone, pigments, perles de verre, fil et acier
Seulgi Kwon Broche « All things shining », silicone, pigments, perles de verre, fil et acier
Heejoo Kim Bague argent et cuirHeejoo Kim Bague argent et cuir
Catherine Le Gal, bracelet en acier patiné et feuilles d'orCatherine Le Gal, bracelet en acier patiné et feuilles d’or
…… et votre charmante hôtesse a essayé pour vous …. :-)
Bague Ombrelle fer et or d'Ulrike KampfertBague Ombrelle fer et or d’Ulrike Kampfert
Bague Hérisson argent et fer d'Ulrike KampfertBague Hérisson argent et fer d’Ulrike Kampfert
Collier Eclipse argent niellé, nacre et or de Philip SajetCollier Eclipse argent niellé, nacre et or de Philip Sajet
 

 

Galerie Diane Eric Lhoste
25 avenue Edouard VII
64200 Biarritz – FR
tel 06 07 83 38 91
diane.bianchi0@orange.fr

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

21/07/2013

EXPO ‘Summer Object’ – Gallery VOGOZE, Seoul (Korea) – 23 Juill.-7 Aout 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Korea (KR),Mina KANG (KR),Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 15:59

Vogoze summer object – Gallery VOGOZE 7.23(TUE)~8.7(WED)

Opening reception : 7. 23. 5:00pm

SeulGi Kwon , Mina Kang  & …. (5 artists)

Vogoze summer object - Gallery VOGOZE_7.23(TUE)~8.7(WED)  Opening reception : 7. 23. 5:00pm - SeulGi Kwon & .... (5 artists)

 

 SeulGi Kwon - The other side of the spearSeulGi Kwon – The other side of the spear

Mina Kang - 'mixture 15' necklace ramie fabric, thread, silver, beads 2013Mina Kang – ‘mixture 15′ necklace ramie fabric, thread, silver, beads 2013

 

Gallery VOGOZE
65-9 Seoul 135-090 South Korea
www.vogoze.com/

07/06/2013

EXPO ‘Only one’ – MOK SPACE gallery, London (UK) – 12 Juin-7 Juill. 2013

SeulGi Kwon :  If you are in London, or near London, you can see my work at MOK SPACE gallery.  Under the theme of the « Only one« , the exhibition will be on display from 12th Jun to 7th July 2013.

Opening Reception :  12th Jun 6:30 – 8:30PM

our first exhibition dedicated exclusively to contemporary jewellery

SeulGi Kwon :  If you are in London, or near London, you can see my work at MOK SPACE gallery.  Under the theme of the "Only one", the exhibition will be on display from 12th Jun to 7th July 2013.    Opening Reception :  12th Jun 6:30 - 8:30PM  www.mokspace.com(Seulgi Kwon brooch)

artists :  Choonsun Moon — Mihyun Um — Joohee HanLee, Yu JinJunhee BAE — Rose Wood — Mariko SumiokaHyeju NamYeseul SeoHeejoo KimJimin KimFilipa OliveiraSunyoung Kim — Healim Shin — Seulgi KwonHyejeong Ko –  Ruth Laird

Choonsun Moon
Choonsun Moon - The elements of each piece are repeated to complete the form of a circle.
The accessories that create circles come to function as bracelets or necklaces, and materials with colors allows them to be in varied forms.
Mariko SumiokaMariko Sumioka
Joohee Han
Joohee Han
 Lee, Yu JinLee, Yu Jin
Rose Wood makes tactile jewellery from soft nappa leather  - BA Hons in Jewellery Design - Middlesex University - First Class Hons -Rose Wood  makes tactile jewellery from soft nappa leather
Heejoo KimHeejoo Kim
Jimin KimJimin Kim
Filipa Oliveira is a jewellery designer, originally from Portugal. After 6 years of studying jewellery, she graduated in 2011 with 1st class honours in Jewellery & Metal Design from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee
Filipa Oliveira
Sunyoung Kim www.sun-0.com  Metalwork and Jewelry, Graduate School of Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea.
Hyejeong KoHyejeong Ko
Ruth LairdRuth Laird
SeulGi Kwon  2013 - Ending ceremony / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, fabric, stainless steel  13 x 11.5 x 5.5 cm(HxWxD)SeulGi Kwon  2013 – Ending ceremony / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, fabric, stainless steel


 

MOK SPACE gallery
www.mokspace.com
33 Museum Street,
London WC1A 1LH
T +44 (0) 20 7637 8880
W: www.mokspace.com
E: info@mokspace.com

26/04/2013

Seoul International Jewelry Art Fair 2013 – « the Jangsingoo » – HOMA, Hongik Museum of Art (South Korea) – 1er-5 Mai 2013

Classé dans : Korea (KR),Salon,Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:14

the Seoul International Jewelry Art Fair 2013 the Jangsingoo.  The Fair will start on May 1 and run untill May 5 at the HOMA, Hongik Museum of Art.

Seoul International Jewelry Art Fair 

SeulGi Kwon - Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, paper  15 x 17 x 7 cm(HxWxD)    It will be shown at the Seoul International Jewelry Art Fair 2013 the Jangsingoo.  The Fair will start on May 1 and run untill May 5 at the HOMA, Hongik Museum of Art. SeulGi Kwon – Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, paper   

It will be shown at the Seoul International Jewelry Art Fair 2013 the Jangsingoo

29/10/2012

SeulGi KWON : new works

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),plastiques,Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR),SIERAAD (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 18:26

  SeulGi Kwon -   Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award "First Prize"    http://gioiellocontemporaneo.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/le-motivazioni-del-cominelli-2012/SeulGi Kwon -   Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award « First Prize »   

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel
SeulGi Kwon - 2012 - broochSeulGi Kwon – 2012 – brooch

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 - brooch (DETAIL)SeulGi Kwon – 2012 – brooch (DETAIL)

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅳ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, artificial hair, stainless steel  14 x 8 x 4 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅳ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, artificial hair, stainless steel  14 x 8 x 4 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  13.5 x 9 x 3 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  13.5 x 9 x 3 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steelSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch (DETAIL)

06/09/2012

PREMIO FONDAZIONE COMINELLI PER IL GIOIELLO CONTEMPORANEO – III Edizione – 1-30 Sept. 2012

PREMIO FONDAZIONE COMINELLI PER IL GIOIELLO CONTEMPORANEO – III Edizione
 PREMIO FONDAZIONE COMINELLI PER IL GIOIELLO CONTEMPORANEO - III EDIZIONE - 2012

Sabato 1 Settembre h 18:00 Inaugurazione e Premiazione a Palazzo Cominelli – Cisano
Domenica 2 Settembre h 11:00 Relazione del Direttore del College of Art di Edimburgo per la sezione degli studenti nella Sala dei Provveditori nel Municipio di Salò

 

PREMIO FONDAZIONE COMINELLI PER il Gioiello Contemporaneo III EDIZIONE2012
1° PREMIO EX-EQUO PER : JASMIN MATZAKOW PER LA SPILLA « ARCUS » E SEUL-GI KWON PER LA SPILLA « CANDY BAR »
2° PREMIO BERNHARD STIMPFL-ABELE PER LA SPILLA « ORANGE EXPLOSION »
MENZIONI SPECIALI A:
ZOE ROBERTSON doppia spilla « TARGET THE HEART »
CHIARA SCARPITTI collana « PHYLOGENESIS »
EMMANUEL LACOSTE diadema « CARNE »

  Seulgi Kwon broochSEUL-GI KWON  « CANDY BAR » brooch

Jasmin Matzakow -   Arcus, 2012, broochJasmin Matzakow -   brooch « Arcus » 2012 – Amaranth-wood, silver, steel, 11x9x2,5 cm, chiselled, mounted

 Bernhard Stimpfl-Abele - The New Organic Metal - Work - orange explosion brooch - silver oxidised, polystyrene - 2012Bernhard Stimpfl-Abele – « Orange explosion » brooch 2012 – silver oxidised, polystyrene – electro formed polystyrene

 

Il gioiello contemporaneo – La collezione permanente
Con la seconda edizione del “Premio Fondazione Cominelli per il gioiello contemporaneo“ ha preso avvio la Collezione Permanente. Il primo nucleo, a cura della storica e critica del gioiello Bianca Cappello, è composto da 38 autori. Il secondo nucleo, a cura di Rita Marcangelo andrà ad incrementare le opere esistenti. La Collezione si arricchirà di anno in anno grazie alla libera donazione di opere di autori selezionati, sia tra i partecipanti al Premio Fondazione Cominelli sia tra autori ritenuti dal Curatore di profilo ed interesse idonei a far parte della Collezione.
 L’obiettivo che la Fondazione Cominelli ed agc si propongono è di creare una Collezione che divenga un punto di riferimento e valore nel campo della conoscenza e fruizione del gioiello contemporaneo, sia a livello nazionale che internazionale. La costituzione di una collezione rappresenta sicuramente un momento importante nel percorso di Premio internazionale per il gioIello contemporaneo Palazzo Cominelli – via Padre F. Santabona – Cisano di San Felice d/B -25010 Brescia valorizzazione culturale di un aspetto affascinante e innovativo come il gioiello contemporaneo, essa intende divenire luogo d’incontro per addetti ai lavori e per il grande pubblico, ma soprattutto degli studenti che potranno confrontarsi con autori di livello internazionale.

collezione permanente :
ADREAN BLOOMARD –  AGNES LARSSON –  ALBA POLENGHI LISCA –  BARBARA PAGANIN –  BARBARA UDERZO –  BEATE EISMANN –  BERNHARD STIMPFL-ABELE –  CARLA RICCOBONI –  CATARINA HALLZON –  CAROLE DELTENRE –  DANA HAKIM –  DIANA DUDEK –  DONNA BRENNAN –  ELISABETTA DUPRÈ –  EMANUELA DEYANOVA –  EUGENIA INGEGNO –  FABRIZIO TRIDENTI –  FRANCINE SCHLOETH –  FARRAH AL-DUJAILI –  GIANCARLO MONTEBELLO –  GIGI MARIANI –  GIOVANNI SICURO –  GISBERT STACH –  HEEJIN HWANG –  HADAS LEVIN –  ISABELL SCHAUPP –
JIMIN KIM –  JUDY MCCAIG –  KAORI JUZU –  KATRIN SPRANGER –  LIANA PATTIHIS –  MARIA ROSA FRANZIN –  MARCO MINELLI –  MARGHERITA DE MARTINO NORANTE –  MARTA HRYC –  MAURIZIO STAGNI –  MEIRI ISHIDA –  MI-MI MOSCOW –  NIKOLAI BALABIN –  PATRIZIA BONATI –  RITA MARCANGELO –  ROSSELLA TORNQUIST –  SANNA SVEDESTEDT –  SILKE TREKEL –  SUNGHO CHO –  SAM THO DUONG –  SIMONE GIESEN –  TAMARA GRÜNER –  ULI RAPP –  SEUL-GI KWON ….

 

 

Fondazione Cominelli
via F. Santabona – 25010 Cisano di San Felice d/B (BS) (près Lago di Guarda)
Tel. 329.7376192

http://www.fondazionecominelli.it/

Orari: Venerdì e Sabato 18:00 – 21:30
Domenica 10:00 – 12:00 e 18:00 – 21:30

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