BIJOU_CONTEMPORAIN

Bienvenue sur mon blog

13/04/2016

Melting Point 2016 VALENCIA (Spain) – EXPO ‘SUR o no SUR’ & ‘ASTONISH’ – Centre del Carme, Valencia (SP) – 21-24 Avril 2016

 Sur o no sur y  Astonish se presentan en Melting Point

Melting Point Valencia 2016

SUR o NO SUR -  - Centre del Carme. Calle Museo, 2. Sur o no Sur. Joyería Argentina Contemporánea

Sur o no Sur es un proyecto iniciado por Eva Burton en la ciudad de Barcelona.
Nace de la necesidad de mostrar a nivel internacional la contribución de los argentinos a la disciplina de la Joyería Contemporánea.
Gracias al apoyo de la galerista argentina Mercedes Rodrigo, la exposición fue presentada por primera vez en Octubre 2014 en Galería Siesta durante Joya Barcelona.
Esta primera experiencia tuvo una repercusión muy positiva en el público y logró captar la atención en diferentes sitios de Europa. Así, Sur o no Sur ha sido exhibido por segunda vez en Marzo de 2015 en Galería Silvestre, Tarragona (España). En Mayo de 2015 ha formado parte del Silver Festival en Legnica (Polonia) no sólo en el cartel de exposiciones sino también dentro del marco del Simposio “Boundaries” (“Fronteras”) llevado a cabo durante el festival.
Hoy, luego de dos años de haberse iniciado el proyecto, Sur o no Sur hace una nueva estación de itinerancia con en la Tercera Edición del encuentro internacional de Joyería Contemporánea de Valencia: el Melting Point.

Participan de Sur o no sur Ana WeiszElisa GulminelliEva BurtonJorge Castañón Lucía Mishquila BrichtaGabriela CohnMaría Carelli –  Mercedes Castro CorbatPatricia Rodríguez Rodrigo AcostaSabina Tiemroth.

 Ana WeiszAna Weisz jorge castañon Jorge Castañon

Maria CarelliMaria Carelli

Sabina TiemrothSabina Tiemroth

Eva Burton Brooch: Ganesha Pop, 2014 Woods from piano , skate and furniture, wild boar teeth, antique paper, acrylic paint, resin 17 x 10 x 6.5 cm: Eva Burton  Brooch: Ganesha Pop, 2014  Woods from piano , skate and furniture, wild boar teeth, antique paper, acrylic paint, resin
17 x 10 x 6.5 cm

Lucia BrichtaLucia Brichta

Mercedes Castro CorbatMercedes Castro Corbat

 Astonish Valencia

“Astonish” es un grupo de jóvenes joyeros alumnos o graduados del Campus Idar Oberstein (Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas de Trier) en el Departamento de Joyería y Talla de Piedra.
Estudiar en Idar- Oberstein no significa sólamente encontrar un lenguaje propio en forma y materia, sino también lidiar con el término “piedra preciosa”. Ya sea que lo amemos, odiemos o abandonemos, nuestra intención con este proyecto en enseñar al mundo diferentes aproximaciones en relación a las piedras.
Luego de tres exposiciones en Alemania durante las ferias Inhorgenta, Internationale Handwerksmesse (Schmuck) en Munich e Intergem en Freiburg, tenemos nuevamente la oportunidad de compartir nuestro trabajo durante la tercera edición del Simposio de Joyería Contemporánea de Valencia conocido como “Melting Point”.

Participan de Astonish:  Dana SeachugaEva BurtonGabriela CohnHelen HabtayJulia ObermaierKatharina ReimannSaerom KongSharareh Aghaei –  Stephie Morawetz

 Eva Burton - Blue melodies through the windowEva Burton – Blue melodies through the window 2015 – Reclaimed woods from cello, chairs and chess, sodalite, crisopras, antique paper, silver, gold, acrylic paint 50 x 10 x 3

Gabriela Cohn - MethapGabriela Cohn – Methap 2016  Porcelain,  oxidize Silver, aluminum 19 x 6 x 41 cm

 Saerom Kong - "Black With Black"  Brooch - Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer - 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015 - Photo by Saerom Kong Saerom Kong - « Black With Black »  Brooch – Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer – 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015  

 Sharareh Aghaei - Untitled 02   Sharareh Aghaei – Untitled 02 

ASTONISH - Stephanie Morawetz Brooch: I am precious! #3, 2015 Stephie-Stone, steel: Stephanie Morawetz Brooch: I am precious! #3, 2015 Stephie-Stone, steel

 

 

Centre del Carme
Calle Museo, 2.
46003 VALENCIA
Centralita: 963152024
Web: http://www.consorciomuseos.gva.es/

 

 

Enregistrer

09/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘ASTONISH’ – Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich, Hall B1, booth n°751 (DE) – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

« Astonish » is a group of fresh, young, jewellery artists, which are current students or recent alumni from Trier University of Applied Sciences, Campus Idar-Oberstein, Department of Gemstones and Jewellery. Studying in Idar-Oberstein means not just finding an own language in form and material, but also dealing with the topic « Gemstone ». This year, we got the possibility to show the world our very different approaches towards gemstone on four different fairs. Whether we love, hate, or leave the material, come over and check out our jewellery!
 
Meet us at Inhorgenta Munich in Hall C2 booth number 524 and 526.
Two weeks later we will be present at Internationale Handwerksmesse München, booth number 751 in Hall B1. 24 Feb 2016  -  01 Mar 2016
Then, in March we will show our pieces at Jewellery and Gem Fair Freiburg, Hall 2 booth number 2B35, 47.
In June you can visit us at Eunique Karlsruhe.

 „Astonish“ is a group of young jewellery artists which are current students or recent alumni’s form University of Applied Sciences Trier, Campus Idar-Oberstein-

Participants of « Astonish »:  Dana Seachuga Edu Tarin Eva BurtonGabriela Cohn — Helen Habtay — Julia Obermaier — Katharina Reimann — Saerom KongSharareh AghaeiStephie Morawetz

 Eva Burton - detail of "Blue melodies through the window" necklace - Reclaimed woods from cello, chairs &   chess, sodalite, crisopras, antique paper, silver, gold, acrylic paint - 2015 - 00 x 100 x 30 mm: Eva Burton – detail of « Blue melodies through the window » necklace – Reclaimed woods from cello, chairs &   chess, sodalite, crisopras, antique paper, silver, gold, acrylic paint – 2015 – 00 x 100 x 30 mm Sharareh Aghaei -  Untitled – Necklace – slate rock, Angelite, resin, silver, iron – 350 x 200 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei: Sharareh Aghaei -  « Untitled » Necklace – slate rock, Angelite, resin, silver, iron – 350 x 200 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei

Saerom Kong.  - "Pink Daisy", 2015  brooch - 9,4 x 6,4 x 3 cm Photo: Saerom Kong - materials : Hanji (Traditional Korean paper),  Rice, Purple Heart Wood, Oxidized Silver, Acrylic color, Nail polish  -  90 x 60 x 30 mm: Saerom Kong.  – « Pink Daisy », 2015  brooch – 9,4 x 6,4 x 3 cm Photo: Saerom Kong – materials : Hanji (Traditional Korean paper),  Rice, Purple Heart Wood, Oxidized Silver, Acrylic color, Nail polish  

Katharina Reimann- "Erinnerung“ – Neckpiece – Silver,Hematite, Glass, Steel, Cotton Thread, Doily, Porcelain, Wood – 500 x 70 mm – 2015 – Photo by Michael Müller: Katharina Reimann- « Erinnerung“ Neckpiece – Silver,Hematite, Glass, Steel, Cotton Thread, Doily, Porcelain, Wood – 500 x 70 mm – 2015 – Photo by Michael Müller

 Eva Burton -"The giraffe that dreamt with two suns" Necklace – Enameled copper, silver, hematite, agate, acrylic paint, chello keys – 380 x 100 x 20 mm – 2015 – Photo by Eva Burton: Eva Burton - »The giraffe that dreamt with two suns » Necklace – Enameled copper, silver, hematite, agate, acrylic paint, chello keys – 380 x 100 x 20 mm – 2015 – Photo by Eva Burton

 Helen Habtay - "Untitled_4" necklace 2016 - Rose quarz, copper, leather, thread:  Helen Habtay – « Untitled_4″ necklace 2016 – Rose quarz, copper, leather, thread

  Edu Tarin- "Mold E1" brooch  granit, Silver -90 x 105 x 55 mm - 2015: Edu Tarin- « Mold E1″ brooch  granit, Silver -90 x 105 x 55 mm – 2015

 Saerom_Kong - "Plum Blossom" brooch - ice, Silver, Lacquer, Wood, Water Color - 140 x 80 x 20  mm - 2015: Saerom Kong - « Plum Blossom » brooch 2015 – rice, Silver, Lacquer, Wood, Water Color- 140 x 80 x 20  mm
« The purpose of my pieces are for viewer or wearer may appreciate values beyond the material. My practical works are made with rice, beans, found objects, paper and silver. One is clearly perceived as more valuable than the other. This will indeed lead contrasting combination to the wearer and everything that is valuable or not, in our perception, becomes valuable in a variety of way. »

 Saerom Kong - "Black With Black"  Brooch - Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer - 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015 - Photo by Saerom Kong: Saerom Kong – Black With Black – Brooch – Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer – 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015 – Photo by Saerom Kong

 Stephie Morawetz - "I am precious #1" -Back -  Stephie-Stone, Steel – 92 x 90 x 18 mm – 2015 – Photo by Qi Wang: Stephie Morawetz - « I am precious #1″ -Back -  Stephie-Stone, Steel – 92 x 90 x 18 mm – 2015 – Photo by Qi Wang
« My pieces are out of a new Stone, called « Stephie-Stone ». Stephie-Stone is a new material created by the nature out of our trash. Plastic is not biodegradable by nature, it is simply crushed and seeps into the ground. With time and great pressures the earth could create a completely new stone. Just like the rutile needles in quartz crystal, we will see stones that have plastic inclusions.« 

 Gabriela Cohn - Bornn - Necklace - Porcelain - Silver - Alpaca - 22 x 14 x 35 cm - 2016 - Photo by Qi Wang: Gabriela Cohn – « Bornn » Necklace – Porcelain – Silver – Alpaca – 22 x 14 x 35 cm – 2016 – Photo by Qi Wang

 Sharareh Aghaei - Untitled – Necklace – resin, coffee pad, enameled copper, thread – 250 x 180 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei:  Sharareh Aghaei – Untitled – Necklace – resin, coffee pad, enameled copper, thread – 250 x 180 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei

 Gabriela Cohn -   "Heartn" necklace - Porcelain / Silver / Oxidize Silver / Resine / Marble W 11 x L 18 x H54: Gabriela Cohn -   « Heartn » necklace – Porcelain, Silver, Oxidize Silver, Resine, Marble W 11 x L 18 xH54

 Julia Obermaier  • Necklace "Untitled (No.1)" • Rock crystal, paint, steel and gold • 2014 • ©photo by Julia Obermaier:  Julia Obermaier  • Necklace « Untitled (No.1) » • Rock crystal, paint, steel and gold • 2014 • ©photo by Julia Obermaier

Dana Seachuga Bracelet: ArmLink5, 2015 Red gold plated copper, tiger eye: Dana Seachuga  Bracelet: ArmLink5, 2015  Red gold plated copper, tiger eye

 

 

Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Willy Brandt Allee 1, Messegelände
81829 -  Munich
GERMANY

a.stonish@outlook.com
Phone:  0049 89 5119 248

 

 

Enregistrer

Enregistrer

Enregistrer

05/11/2014

EXPO ‘nsaio 5 – Neuer Schmuck aus Idar-Oberstein’ – Mobile Galerie Aurum, Frankfurt (DE) – 5-9 Nov. 2014

nsaio 5 – Neuer Schmuck aus Idar-Oberstein presented by mobile galerie aurum
05 – 09 November 2014
Opening: 4 November 2014, 7 pm
 

nsaio5 - The new jewellery from Idar-Oberstein

(Stephie Morawetz necklace)

The exhibition includes a selection of semester projects and final projects of the bachelor and master programs. It will be exhibited jewelery and gemstone work. Students at the University of Trier on campus Idar-Oberstein embark on the search for their place and their role as jewelry makers in today’s society. Because of the location Idar-Oberstein, a world trade center for gems, the use of the material gem is of particular importance.In addition, the experimental approach with other materials is explicitly promoted, since the development of a personal artistic expression is a priority objective of the studies.
For the exhibition a publication is published that now offers the opportunity to read statements from students, in particular relating to Gemstone. This topic gives the department of gemstone and jewelry design a unique position. We see this position represented by more than 20 nationalities, that are united by the group of students in Idar-Oberstein. For the team of the departement, it is a extreme pleasure to be working with such cultural diversity and to determine on a daily basis, how young people, for example from Korea and China, Israel and Iran, Pakistan and Russia are mutually supportive and work collaboratively on the issue of gemstone and jewelry design.

Typhaine Le Monnier NSAIO5Typhaine Le Monnier Gummi rubber necklace

Eduardo Tarin NSAIO 5Eduardo Tarin – brooch « Antipoda 9″ copper

Alejandra Solar (MFA 2014) • Brooch "Aire Negro" • Onyx, silver and photo transfer • 2014 • p© catalogue "New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“Alejandra Solar (MFA 2014) • Brooch « Aire Negro » • Onyx, silver and photo transfer • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

 NSAIO 5 Elvira Golombosi – (MFA stud.) • Ring « Guards » • Onyx, smoky quartz, obsidian and falcon´s eye • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

Cristina Martí Mató (MFA 2014) • Necklace "The Nest" • Copper and garnet • 2014 • p© catalogue "New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“Cristina Martí Mató (MFA 2014) • Necklace « The Nest » • Copper and garnet • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

Anna Jacobs (MFA stud.) • Necklace "Versteck" • Stone and cotton • 2014 • p© catalogue "New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“Anna Jacobs (MFA stud.) • Necklace « Versteck » • Stone and cotton • 2014 • p© catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“

Petr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace "Achat Collier" • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014  www.dvorakart.comPetr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace « Achat Collier » • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014

Petr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace "Achat Collier" • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014  Petr Dvorak (MFA stud.) • Necklace « Achat Collier » • Agate, steel and titanium • 2014

Working with stones
Pornrudee Boonyapan (Thailand), M.F.A. 3rd sem. Stone lives for itself and people try to use it according to their needs. But stone is stone.
Katja Köditz (Germany), M.F.A. 2nd sem. In Idar-Oberstein stones are bound fast together with the history of the town and its inhabitants. For me, dealing with the social questions and phenomena of our time and visualising these with jewellery and using stones also means me devoting myself to Idar-Oberstein’s identity.
Petr Dvorak (Czech Republic), M.F.A. 4th sem. Stone is a part of jewellery. Jewellery without stone is almost unthinkable. Stone is jewellery. Stone is something beautiful, the only colour we have from the earth. A stone is beautiful in itself, but you give it a shape, which wasn’t there before. The question is, whether this is beautiful. That depends on the beholder and is usually only recognised a century later.
Stephie Morawetz (Austria), M.F.A. 1st sem. I find stones really beautiful, but I can’t find a way in. Perhaps because they exist in the present and my pieces in the future. It is difficult to create a connection between the material I work with and the stone. They live in two different universes, in two different times. Maybe that will change when I colour my stones myself, through a procedure that is no longer natural.

NSAIO 5 - collier Stephanie Morawetzcollier Stephanie Morawetz

On the significance of gemstones and jewellery in art
The debate, well known within our field, about whether the creation of gemstones and jewellery should be classed as craft, design or art has significantly contributed, in the context of the Bologna Process, to raising the profile of our department. Answering this central question of professional identity is the focus of current research within our field and department. Reconsidering the assignment of gemstones and jewellery as it is interpreted and understood today steers us to an ever-clearer position, which defines itself, amongst other means, by examining its relationships with neighbouring fields;
– The creation of gemstones and jewellery is not a craft. Although there is an intersection with the crafts’ central tenet of specialst craftsmanship, the contemporary focus differs.
–  The creation of gemstones and jewellery is not design. Although there is an intersection with design’s central tenet of fashionable aestheticization and the successful marketing of this, the contemporary focus differs.
–  The creation of gemstones and jewellery is not liberal art. Although there is a certain intersection with the liberal arts’ central tenet of “existing outside of oneself”, the contemporary focus differs.
Establishing this position is not intended to draw or sharpen demarcation lines, but to rethink the identity of jewellery creators within a wider context than the pre-existing criteria of other specialties, which are insufficient for our field.

 

mobile galerie aurum
Ausstellungshalle 1A
Schulstraße 1a
Frankfurt am Main
www.galerie-aurum.de
www.ausstellungshalle.info

galerie aurum
Kristina Balzer
Tel 0177 491 42 53
email: info@galerie-aurum.de
www.galerie-aurum.de

 catalogue :

NSAIO 5 catalogue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

nsaio 5: The new catalogue « New jewellery from Idar-Oberstein 5“ shows works in stone, jewellery and photography together with written statements on the subject of working with gemstones, from students of the Trier University of Applied Sciences Department of Gemstones and Jewellery in Idar-Oberstein.

 

Enregistrer

 

MODELSCULPT |
Valérie Salvo |
dochinoiu |
Unblog.fr | Créer un blog | Annuaire | Signaler un abus | Françoise Fourteau-Labarthe
| Aidez les jeunes artistes
| Tableaux de Christian Maillot