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21/05/2014

EXPO ‘Multiple Exposures : Jewelry and Photography’ – MAD Museum, New York (USA) – 13 Mai-14 Sept. 2014

« Multiple Exposures »

exhibition at Museum of Arts and Design (MAD Museum), New York, featuring:
JANTJE FLEISCHHUTMARI ISHIKAWAJIRO KAMATA and SHARI PIERCE.

Upcoming exhibition at Museum of Arts and Design, New York, featuring:<br />JANTJE FLEISCHHUT, MARI ISHIKAWA, JIRO KAMATA and SHARI PIERCE.<br />http://madmuseum.org/exhibition/multiple-exposures
 
Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography is the first museum exhibition to explore how contemporary jewelry artists transform and add new meaning to the pervasive images of this digital age.  Drawing inspiration from historic daguerreotypes to manipulated digital images, international jewelry artists explore changing views of beauty and the human body; examine social, political, and cultural issues; probe perceptions of memory and desire; and question the broader relation of jewelry to society and personal identity, issues central to the contemporary experience.
 
More than 80 renowned artists from over 20 countries are represented —including
Gijs Bakker, Wafaa Bilal, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Gabriela Sanchez, Bernhard Schobinger, Bettina Speckner,
Joyce Scott, Kiff Slemmons, Andy Warhol and Noa Zilberman.
 
The connection between photography and jewelry extends back more than 150 years to the invention of the photographic process.  The exhibition will provide historical context for this evolving relationship by presenting outstanding nineteenth-century pieces, many of which have never before been exhibited. In recent years, both photography and art jewelry have changed dramatically, and the exhibition will present cutting-edge videos and installations that will provide viewers a broader perspective of contemporary jewelry now.
Organized by MAD’s Curator of Jewelry, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography will be on view from May 13 to September 14, 2014.
Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with essays by Ursula Ilse-Neuman, MAD’s Acting Chief Curator Lowery Stokes Sims, Dutch author and jewelry curator Liesbeth den Besten, photography expert Mark Durant, Curator of Decorative Arts at the Toledo Museum of Art Jutta Page, American author and Metalsmith editor Suzanne Ramljak, photography historian and critic Lyle Rexer and German author and critic Ellen Maurer Zillioli.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a full range of educational programming, including lectures and panels for adults, workshops for young visitors and families, in-house demonstrations of jewelry making, curator-led tours of the exhibition, and a variety of film screenings.
Gijs Bakker Waterman; (brooch), 1991Gijs Bakker – « Waterman » (brooch), 1991 – black & white photo, diamonds, white gold
Martin Papcύn, Ring, 1999Martin Papcun, Ring, 1999 – artist photopgraph, silver, brass
EXPO 'Multiple Exposures : Jewelry and Photography' - MAD Museum, New York (USA) - 13 Mai-14 Sept. 2014 dans Bernhard SCHOBINGER (CH) slideshow_close

 
Célio Braga  -  Golden Boys Collection/ Silver Boys Collection (strings/ colliers), 2010–11  Fragments of digital C-prints, double-sided tape, glitter  Collection of the artist  Photo by Cris Bierrenbach Braga_Celio_C_LORES.jpgCélio Braga  -  Golden Boys Collection/ Silver Boys Collection (strings/ colliers), 2010–11  Fragments of digital C-prints, double-sided tape, glitter  Collection of the artist  Photo by Cris Bierrenbach
Bernhard  Schobinger  Self-Portrait with Nose (brooch), 2010 - Digital photograph on commuter card, hologram, silver, coral  Courtesy of Gallery S O  Photo courtesy of Gallery S OBernhard  Schobinger  Self-Portrait with Nose (brooch), 2010 – Digital photograph on commuter card, hologram, silver, coral  Courtesy of Gallery S O  Photo courtesy of Gallery S O
Viktoria Munzker-Ferus__27th-Week-Brooch.jpg  27th Week (brooch) from the Secret series, 2004  Image dimensions: 640px  x  427px  Viktoria Münzker  Sonogram printed on transparent plastic-foil, silver, plastic hemispheres  Collection of the artist  Photo by Viktoria Münzker
Viktoria Munzker-Ferus -  27th Week (brooch) from the Secret series, 2004  Image dimensions: 640px  x  427px  Viktoria Münzker  Sonogram printed on transparent plastic-foil, silver, plastic hemispheres  Collection of the artist  Photo by Viktoria Münzker
Ramon Puig Cuyàs - N° 1279, Ita est (brooch) from the UTOPOS series, 2009  Internet images, enamel, acrylic resin, silver, nickel silver, onyx, shell, pearl, coral, plastic  Courtesy of a private collection  Photo by Ramon Puig CuyàsRamon Puig Cuyàs - N° 1279, Ita est (brooch) from the UTOPOS series, 2009  Internet images, enamel, acrylic resin, silver, nickel silver, onyx, shell, pearl, coral, plastic  Courtesy of a private collection  Photo by Ramon Puig Cuyàs
Sally von Bargen - Elegy (neckpiece), 2008  Digital photographs on paper, brass, paint  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sally von Bargen
Sally von Bargen – Elegy (neckpiece), 2008  Digital photographs on paper, brass, paint  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sally von Bargen
 Sooyeon Kim  - House on Benefit Street (neckpiece), 2010   Artist’s digital photographs on paper, fabric, magnets  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sooyeon Kim   Sooyeon Kim  – House on Benefit Street (neckpiece), 2010   Artist’s digital photographs on paper, fabric, magnets  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sooyeon Kim
Support for Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography has been provided by Hasselblad, Kara Ross NY, Betsy Z. and Edward E. Cohen, Washington Square Hotel, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York, Creative New Zealand, Janet Kardon, and Frame Finland. Additional support is made possible in part through the generosity of the Inner Circle, one of the Museum’s leadership support groups.
 
2 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
info@madmuseum.org
212-299-7777

30/08/2013

Premio Fondazione Cominelli per el gioiello contemporaneo – Palazzo Cominelli, Cisano di San Felice (IT) – 31 Aout-6 Oct. 2013

Premio Fondazione Cominelli per el gioiello contemporaneo

L’evento, in programma dal 31 agosto al 6 ottobre 2013, vedrà l’esposizione di gioielli realizzati da importanti autori e designer provenienti da tutto il mondo. Il concorso è promosso dalla Fondazione Cominelli di Cisano di San Felice e da AGC Associazione Italiana del Gioiello Contemporaneo.

Una sezione della mostra sarà dedicata alle opere realizzate dagli allievi del Dipartimento di Oreficeria dell’Università Statale di Belle Arti e della Musica di Tokyo con lo scopo di presentare e mettere a confronto i differenti percorsi formativi e i molteplici orientamenti del design internazionale.

Premio Fondazione Cominelli per el gioiello contemporaneo: with Danni Schwaag (Diploma 2008) • 31 August - 6 October • Palazzo Cominelli, Cisano di San Felice: www.dannischwaag.de – avec Danni Schwaag Schmuck.
In the context of the exhibition dedicated to contemporary international jewellery at Palazzo Cominelli in San Felice del Benaco, a conference dedicated to the Japanese goldsmith ‘art will be in the Sala dei Provveditori of Salò. The speakers Ichiro Iino and Yutaka Nagai – a famous Jewellery artist, a member of the Association of Japanese contemporary jewellery JJDA – will describe the ancient Japanese art of casting techniques, and the new trends in jewellery design of the Rising Sun.
The JJDA, founded in 1964 by Koji Iwakura, Yasuhiko Hishida and Yasuki Hiramatsu, has as its main objective the international exchange of ideas and projects between East and West.
As every year Palazzo Cominelli, devotes a section of the exhibition to a prestigious design school. This year you can admire the works created by the students of the Department of goldsmith of the University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, led by the Professor Ichiro Iino.
The Department of goldsmiths of the ‘University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo was founded in 1887 and over the years have followed the innovations of technique and taste, has never forgotten the ancient traditions of Japanese jewellery and sculptures, among which stand out: embossing and chasing, metal casting, pottery and Urushi art (lacquering).
Lecture about Japanese goldsmith’s art  speakers Prof. Ichiro Iino and Yutaka Nagai
Sunday, September 1st , 2013 11:00 am
Sala dei Provveditori – Palazzo Municipale – Via Lungolago Zanardelli,16
Free admission  – Information: phone +39 338.60.60.153
 
Autori selezionati per il premio 2013:   Anna FornariAnnie SibertAntje StolzBabette Von DohnanyiBeate Eismann — Chiara Zanetti — Claude SchmitzDanni Schwaag — Eiko Nakahara — Elida KemelmannElisabetta Duprè — Emma Francesconi — Eunmi Kwon (Mia Kwon)Farrah Al Dujaili — Francesca Di Ciaula — Francesca GabrielliGigi MarianiGiulia SavinoHeidemarie HerbIsabell SchauppJessica TurrellJie SunJoohee HanJoo Hyung ParkJudy McCaigKaren VanmolKirsten Haydon — Lena Lindahl — Makoto HiedaMarianne SchliwinskiMichelle KraemerNahoko FujimotoNikki Couppee — Seo Jeong Wo — Shu Lin WuSilke TrekelSimona Materi Sooyeon KimSumiko HattoriSungho ChoSuzanne BeautymannTakako KomiyaViktoria MunzkerWan Hee ChoYoko TakiraiYu HirashiYuki Sumiya

 Premio Fondazione Cominelli per el gioiello contemporaneo - Palazzo Cominelli, Cisano di San Felice (IT) - 31 Aout-6 Oct. 2013   dans AGC Italia ELISABETTA-DUPRE-anello-argento-oro--365x478ELISABETTA DUPRE’ anello, argento, oro

DANIA-KELMINSKY-_anelli_legnoottone-650x433 dans Anna FORNARI (IT)DANIA CHELMINSKY  anelli – legno,ottone

BERNHARD-STIMPFL-ABELE-STIMPFEL-Orange-Explosion-spilla-argento-puroossidazione-polystereneelettroformatura-520x650 dans Annie SIBERT (FR)BERNHARD STIMPFL-ABELE – Orange Explosion – spilla – argento puro,ossidazione polysterene,elettroformatura

 JIE SUN - Happiness - spilla - legno, acciaio, argento, pittura-FNMJIE SUN – Happiness – spilla – legno, acciaio, argento, pittura-FNM

 

 

 

Palazzo Cominelli,
via Padre F. Santabona, 9
25010 Cisano di San Felice del Benaco (BS)
tel +39 338.60.60.153
info@fondazionecominelli.it
http://www.fondazionecominelli.it

Autori presenti nella Collezione Permanente: BERNHARD STIMPFL-ABELE — NIKOLAI BALABIN — SUZANNE BEAUTYMAN — ADREAN BLOOMARD — PATRIZIA BONATI — DONNA BRENNAN —       SUNGHO CHO — CAROLE DELTENRE — DIANA DUDEK — FARRAH AL-DUJAILI — SAM THO DUONG — ELISABETTA DUPRÉ — BEATE EISMANN — MARIA ROSA FRANZIN — SIMONE GIESEN — TAMARA GRÜNER — DANA HAKIM — CATARINA HALLZON — JOOHEE HAN — HEIDEMARIE HERB — YU HIRAISHI — MARTA HRYC — HEEJIN HWANG — EUGENIA INGEGNO — MEIRI ISHIDA — AMIRA JALET — KAORI JUZU — SATOMI KAWAI — JIMIN KIM — SEULGI KWON — AGNES LARSSON — ALBA POLENGHI LISCA — EMMANUEL LACOSTE — HADAS LEVIN — RITA MARCANGELO — GIGI MARIANI — JUDY McCAIG — MARCO MINELLI — GIANCARLO MONTEBELLO — MI-MI MOSCOW — MARGHERITA DE MARTINO NORANTE — EIKO NAKAHARA — KAZUMI NAGANO — BARBARA PAGANIN — LIANA PATTIHIS — EMANUELA DEYANOVA RAMJULI — ULI RAPP — CARLA RICCOBONI — GIULIA SAVINO — ISABELL SCHAUPP — FRANCINE SCHLOETH — GIOVANNI SICURO — KATRIN SPRANGER — GISBERT STACH — MAURIZIO STAGNI — YUKI SUMIYA — JIE SUN — SANNA SVEDESTEDT — MICHELLE TAYLOR — ROSSELLA TORNQUIST — SILKE TREKEL — FABRIZIO TRIDENTI — BARBARA UDERZO — SHU-LIN WU

16/07/2013

EXPO ‘Ornament and Illusion – Spectrum of Contemporary Jewelry’ – National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art , Korea – 12 Juin 2013-28 Fevr. 2014

Sooyeon Kim :     My work is selected for ‘Ornament and Illusion – Spectrum of Contemporary Jewelry‘ show which will be held at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art , Korea.    44 korean jewelers’ over 200 jewelry will be presented.    The show opens on 12th of June until 28th of Feb, 2014.

Planed by Yong-il Jeon, Professor at Kookmin University

Sooyeon Kim :      My work is selected for 'Ornament and Illusion - Spectrum of Contemporary Jewelry' show which will be held at National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art , Korea.    44 korean jewelers' over 200 jewelry will be presented.    The show opens on 12th of June until 28th of Feb, 2014.

Ornament and Illusion – Spectrum of contemporary jewelry is the first jewelry exhibition organized by the MMCA. As the first in-depth exploration of contemporary jewelry at one of Korea’s most representative art institutions, this is truly a landmark exhibition, featuring 44 contemporary jewelry artists who are active both domestically and internationally, and a total of about 270 works that estmplify the aforementioned major features of contemporary jewelry.
The exhibited works are categorized into four sections according to their main characteristics: « Materials: Endless Panorama« ; « Aesthetics: Beauty through Abstract Forms« ; « Narrative: Scenes of Expression and Allusion« ; « Process: Exploring Texhniques. » Each category includes works by eleven artists.
The « Materials » section presents works that demonstrate the expansion of materials at play in contemporary jewelry, revealing how today’s artists employ new and various materials to undermine conventions and produce wondrous visual configurations. This section also explores how the individual materials can be effectively combined to create the most exquisite compositions within the limited realm of jewelry.
The « Aesthetics » section includes works that attempt to embody pure or compressed aesthetics through abstract forms. The jewelry in this section is primarily made of metal, yet it displays an amazing thematic and formal diversity. Through their refined, dense forms, these stunning works create a subtle but enduring emmotional resonance with viewers.
The « Narrative » section offers works that highlight some experimental and conceptual approaches to contemporary jewelry, including pieces that examine jewelry’s limitations and identity, the artist’s own psycholigy, and a variety of social interests.
Finally, the « Process » section features works that epitomize the depth and mastery of porduction techniques, including both eastern and western traditional methods, such as the inlaid wire technique the « marriage of metal » technique, and new industrial techniques like RP and Todigital printing.

Today’s jewelry artists are using their craft to freely express their ideas and make important artistic statements. But even as contemporary jewelry has developed into an independent and autonomous field, it remains somewhat subsidiary in certain respects. Although jewelry has freed itself from some of the structural restrictions associated with other daily necessities and household items, it still has one remaining limitation: the human body. Jewelry must always function in harmony with the person wearing it. It is, by nature, an accessory, which implies a level of restriction and subordination. In addition, jewelry can never completely free itself from the techniques needed to process the materials. But this duality is the source of the true beauty of contemporary jewelry. Its functional and technical dependence may be seen as an obstacle or limitation, but it also provides endless opportunities for exploration and experimentation with the very identity of jewelry.
The radical movements within contemporary jewelry have recognized these dependencies as shackles, and have recognized these dependencies as shackles, and have naturally tried to escape from them. Inevitably, of course, such efforts are doomed to failure, because any attempt to cast off these shackles results in objects that have been transformed into something other than jewelry.
Contemporary jewelry, which seems primarily concerned with pursuing new forms and methods, still represents the continuation of a very long human tradition; yet remarkably, despite this longevity, this field, which produces such fascinating and dazzling objects, is still not very well known or understood. This exhibition aims to capture viewers’ imagination and ignite a fresh appreciation for these brilliand works of art, which materialize the inner mind of the artist while embodying the height of expert craftsmanship.

Sooyeon Kim - "Chimney of Providence" - material :Photograph Paper, Epoxy Resin, Barnish, Fine Silver, Sergical Steel Wire(Pinback) 사이즈(size): 12 x 120 x 66 mm – à www.sooyeonkim.com.Sooyeon Kim – « Chimney of Providence » – material  : Photograph Paper, Epoxy Resin, Barnish, Fine Silver, Sergical Steel Wire (Pinback) 12 x 120 x 66 mm

Jang Jeong-suk, , 2005
Jang Jeong-suk, Flower neckpiece, 2005
EXPO 'Ornament and Illusion - Spectrum of Contemporary Jewelry' - National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art , Korea - 12 Juin 2013-28 Fevr. 2014
Yun Sanghee,  Neckpiece, 2009
'Kim Soyeon, Hunting (Bunnies Collective), 2013Soyeon Kim , Hunting (Bunnies Collective), 2013
*Lee Kwang-sun,
Lee Kwang-sun
Kim Heejoo, , 2013, enameled copperHeejoo Kim , 2013, enameled copper
*Hong Younghee, , 2012 Younghee Hong , 2012

 

313, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si Gyeonggi-do, 427-701, Korea
Tel +82 (0)2 2188 6114
Fax +82 (0)2 2188 6124
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MOCA), Korea.
https://www.facebook.com/nmocakorea

01/07/2013

EXPO ‘Using Paper, Wearing Paper, Enjoying Paper!’ – Bridge Gallery, Seoul (Korea) – 2 Juin-20 Juill. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Korea (KR),papier / paper,Sooyeon KIM (KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 20:15

Sooyeon Kim  group show ‘Using Paper, Wearing Paper, Enjoying Paper!!!’ at the Bridge Gallery in Seoul, Korea -

Opening Reception : 06.20. Thu,  05:00 pm

Sooyeon Kim  group show ‘Using Paper, Wearing Paper, Enjoying Paper!!!’ at the Bridge Gallery in Seoul, Korea!    www.sooyeonkim.com  ‘Using Paper, Wearing Paper, Enjoying Paper!!!’   06.20. 2013 – 07.20.2013  Opening Reception : 06.20. Thu 05:00 pm  02-512-4432  www. the-bridge.co.kr

 

Sooyeon Kim coffee filter necklace - http://www.sooyeonkim.com/ Sooyeon Kim coffee filter necklace

Bridge Gallery
Seoul, Korea -
www.sooyeonkim.com
02-512-4432
www.the-bridge.co.kr

07/10/2011

EXPO ‘In LINE / in METAL’ – Aaron Faber Gallery, N.Y. (USA) – 4-28 Oct.2011

IN LINE / IN METAL, a Group Exhibition at Aaron Faber Gallery, New York

then at SOFA Chicago, november 3-6
  ”Happlily inspired by the marvelous exhibition ‘On Line’ at  the Museum of Modern Art ,  IN LINE /IN METAL  will explore , exploit, invent, celebrate or incorporate linear concepts through fine jewelry”.

http://carolinagimeno.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/toril_bjorg.jpg?w=600
(Toril Bjorg necklace)

Participating Artists :
Kika AlvarengaGlenda Arentzen — John Aristizibal — Toril BjorgJung Eun ChangValeria DowdingEmanuela DucaEmma FieldenArata FuchiFabiana GadanoCarolina GimenoMia HebibJanis KermanSooyeon KimChristy KlugEnric Majoral Mayumi Matsuyama Gustav ReyesMeghan Patrice Riley Biba Schutz – Daniel Porter Stevens — Silke Knetsch and Christian Streit — Beverly TadeuYoko TakiraiAmy TavernKarola TorkosGinny WhitneyAndrea WilliamsJaesun Won — Peter Schmid/Atelier Zobel  –

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Amy Tavern

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Mia Hebib

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Kika Alvarenga

Gustav Reyes - In Line NeckpieceGustav Reyes - In Line Neckpiece

http://www.jaesunwon.com/source/2_%20Conceptual%20Jewelry/5.%20Orchid.jpg
Jaesun Won

http://www.mayumimatsuyama.com/works/img/img07.jpg
Mayumi Matsuyama

'Rooted Hoops' by Beverly TadeuBeverly Tadeu- rooted hoops

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Meghan Patrice Riley

Andrea Williams Kebyar Winter Necklace - hand fabricated from patinated Reclaimed Sterling Silver & 18k gAndrea Williams Kebyar Winter Necklace – hand fabricated from patinated Reclaimed Sterling Silver & 18k gold

emma fieldenEmma Fielden- Drawings (brooches), 2011

 

 

Aaron Faber Gallery
666 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10103
tel 212 586 8411
http://www.aaronfaber.com

20/04/2010

EXPO ‘PREZIOSA Young 2010′ – Florence (Italy) 21 Mai-6 Juin 2010

Le Arti Orafe is glad to announces PREZIOSA YOUNG 2010. The third edition of this important exhibition of young goldsmith/artists selected for their individual research and for the originality of their creations will presented in Firenze, as a “collateral” exhibition to the fifth edition of PREZIOSA 2010
The aims of PREZIOSA YOUNG is to contribute to the diffusion of what is new in the research jewellery, what the new generation of goldsmiths/designers/artists have “boiling in the pot”…The exhibition opens on May 21st. To take part to the artists’ conferences on May 22nd, the day after the opening, interested people must register on-line (places are limited).

The selection of the 111 participants was handled by an international jury composed by Giampaolo Babetto, Johanna Dahm, Evert Nijland, Helen Britton, Angelika Wildegger, Dora Liscia Bemporad, Maria Cristina Bergesio, Giò Carbone

The 8 selected participants are:
Cheryl Eve , USA
Erin Keys, Australia
Monica Haneckova , Slovakia
Sachiko Shouji, Japan
Edna Yoshie, Japan
Sooyeon Kim, Korea
Adam Grinovich, Sweden
Melissa Cameron, Australia

Eve Cheryl. Connecting
Cheryl Eve, (Cheryl Eve Acosta) USA – piece ‘Connecting’ 2009Mixed media

Red Radial Pattern
Melissa Cameron, (AU) – Red radial pattern

EXPO 'PREZIOSA Young 2010' - Florence (Italy) 21 Mai-6 Juin 2010 dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) rock_3rock_2 dans Cheryl Eve ACOSTA (US)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sooyeon KIM - ‘Rock’ foam, cement, silver brooch

 

Because of the importance and beauty of works, the Jury decided to give a special mention to:

Marta Hryc, Poland — Susanne Wolbers, Germany — Elena Ruebel, Germany –  Sabine Lang, Germany — Jahyun Baek, Great Britain –Natalie  Smith, Great Britain –  Tiina Rajakallio, Finland — Lisa Juen, Germany

mHuOV5JSqyY1I85r dans Edna YOSHIE (JP)
Marta Hryc  (PL)

Sachiko Shouji. BangleMelissa Cameron. Red Tin Set
Sachiko Shouji (JP) -bangle – 2009 – Mixed media
Melissa Cameron (AU) -piece : Red Tin Set 2009 – mixed media

Adam Grinovich Yoshie Enda. Ring
Adam Grinovich (SE)- necklace – 2009 – Mixed media
Edna Yoshie (JP) – ring – 2009 – Mixed media

 

PREZIOSA Young Firenze
Via dei Serragli 104
50124 – Florence (Italy)
Tel : +39 055 22 80 131
Fax: +39 055 22 80 163
website: www.artiorafe.it
website: www.preziosa.org
mail: gio@artiorafe.it

 

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