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23/09/2015

EXPO during JOYA Barcelona OFF 2015 : ‘To Recover’ – Klimt02 Gallery, Barcelona (ES) – 7 Oct.-7 Nov. 2015

exhibition being part of « OFF JOYA » 2015

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To RecoverKlimt02 Gallery

Opening : 7 October from 19 h.

To Recover Exhibition  / 07Oct - 7Nov2015 Klimt02 Gallery  (Ted Noten Superbitch Bag, 2000 / Superbitch Bag Revisited, 2015)

Artist list   Simon CottrellKarl FritschGésine HackenbergKarin JohanssonJiro KamataSari LiimattaStefano MarchettiTed NotenNoon Passama –  Annelies PlanteydtTore SvenssonLisa WalkerManon van Kouswijk

Manon van Kouswijk Pearl Grey necklace, 2008 / Pearl Grey Revisited necklace, 2015 Glass elements (saucer, hand formed cup handle with attached glass beads), diverse glass and plastic beads, polyester thread, glue.  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Manon van Kouswijk Pearl Grey necklace, 2008 / Pearl Grey Revisited necklace, 2015 Glass elements (saucer, hand formed cup handle with attached glass beads), diverse glass and plastic beads, polyester thread, glue.  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

The original « Pearl Grey » of 2009 was an assemblage work consisting of found and made elements of porcelain, glass, wood, plastic and pearl. It referenced a traditional cup and saucer of which the cup had been magically replaced by a bead necklace. For this new work I have translated that idea to the typology of a glass ‘saucer and cup’. It is again a combination of found and made elements but this time the work is completely transparent; almost like an x-ray of it’s predecessor

Gésine Hackenberg Still Life, 2009 / Pink Balancing Glass brooch, 2015 Glass by Theresienthal, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Gésine Hackenberg Still Life, 2009 / Pink Balancing Glass brooch, 2015 Glass by Theresienthal, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

The ‘Still Life’ Brooches that I have made between 2009 and 2012 can be seen as a contemporary interpretation of 17th and 18th century Dutch Still Life paintings. This subject was preferable used to portray items of daily life that were emotionally and economically significant for people of that time.  Within my ‘Still Lifes’, I sliced existing glasswork and rearranged them into new compositions. They represented a perfect translation of the three dimensional to the two dimensional, the realistic vista of the glasses to the medium of jewellery. The body is taking on the role of the canvas as it were…  Within the new work I explored another way of looking at tableware than in a static composition: I wanted to express a certain precarious dynamic that is inherent to drinking glasses during a sociable meal. I tried to catch this moment of a glass tumbling, undecided yet if it is going to fall or stay upright.

 Sari Liimatta But I love Him object, 2005 / But they don´t love him pendant, 2015 Glass beads, metal link, thread (polyamide), a plastic toy  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Sari Liimatta But I love Him object, 2005 / But they don´t love him pendant, 2015 Glass beads, metal link, thread (polyamide), a plastic toy  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

Just as men are not just men, and women just women, meat is never just meat. It has it´s past and origin, a story which is so often simply forgotten. Living creatures which are very much alive until they are nothing more than materials, for those who still choose to use them. Even the life before their death is so often more than problematic, as we all know. As we all know.

 Annelies Planteijdt Beautiful City - Pink Stairs necklace, 2001 / Beautiful City-Pink Stairs Black Crystal necklace, 2015 Gold, Tantalum, pigment  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Annelies Planteijdt Beautiful City – Pink Stairs necklace, 2001 / Beautiful City-Pink Stairs Black Crystal necklace, 2015 Gold, Tantalum, pigment  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015 

 I started to re-consider a piece from 2001, that never has been sold, although I liked it very much, ‘Beautiful City – Pink Stairs’.  This piece is really symmetrical, so I decided to look for a way to separate it in two parts and finish both parts in a different way, in order to get two different pieces. I have re-collected parts of other (unsold) pieces from about the same time (1999 and 2000) and have been re-approaching and re-thinking them: I made ‘Crystals’ with them, like I did in my most recent work. So I have been mixing time and thinking. And size: the sizes I used earlier were different from the sizes I used in the later ‘Beautiful City’ series, they wouldn’t have fit. But because the ‘Crystals’ are liquid (they adapt to the square) the size of the elements was not importantanymore. So I could re-take these old pieces into the new time now, I have re-used them, re-connected them.
This ‘expansion’ offered me more possibilities: I re-used the material I already had without loss of material or time. The possibility to re-make the old pieces still exists. And it gave me two new pieces. So I multiplied my possibilities. A new life.

 Noon Passama Formal Research - A necklace, 2015 / Formal Research - H rings, 2015 Rigid clay, silver, gold  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Noon Passama Formal Research – A necklace, 2015 / Formal Research – H rings, 2015 Rigid clay, silver, gold  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

 Formal Research – A necklace (2015) composing of six chain units is the starting point of the group of six rings. A closed-end loop of each ring was divided in sections, one / two / three /… / six, by the difference between the fat and thin parts. The works were made under the following keywords: dividing / sequencing / sizing.
Formal Research initially focused on one classical type of jewellery: the chain. The project is mainly about the form of each connecting chain unit and how the unit connects to its neighbours.
During the sculpting process, the shapes were transformed because of them being in the hand and through time. I did not edit the outcomes and will present the rings as they are. The try-outs are the finals and vice versa.

 Stefano Marchetti Untitled brooch, 2007 / Untitled Revisited brooch, 2015 Silver, silver and titan powder, epoxy resin  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Stefano Marchetti Untitled brooch, 2007 / Untitled Revisited brooch, 2015 Silver, silver and titan powder, epoxy resin  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.:

 In the Nineties, in the making of the older brooch, my goal was to control the metal, to have the metal do whatever I wanted. In this latest brooch, made a few days ago, I let instead the metal take control over myself, and let it take me wherever its will would go.

Tore Svensson Mr. T brooch, 2011 / Mr. T Revisited brooch, 2015 (5 different versions) Veneer wood, acrylic paint, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Tore Svensson Mr. T brooch, 2011 / Mr. T Revisited brooch, 2015 (5 different versions) Veneer wood, acrylic paint, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

The reason why I chosen my self-portrait, is that it is probably one of my most well known pieces of jewellery. It is made in steel and etched.  The material and techniques I mostly work with. For the Re-version I saw out the silhouette in 2 mm veneer, divided the image in 3 parts and painted them in similar but for each piece different colours, before I glued them together. The fact that they are divided in three parts, with the dark sawing-line between, gives them a comic-like impression.
This impression is even emphasised by the bigger size, which is possible by the lightness of the material, and is completely different from the original steel-one. While the surface of the steel-portrait and other previous work was the key technology for building the image, the colour for some years been a part of my jewellery.

 

To revisit, remake, salvage, reinterpret, adapt, convert, converse, rethink…
  Why have we asked some of the artists we work with as gallery owners to reinterpret one of their works? We could say it’s because we’re interested in talking about time. And by “revisiting” we mean discussing the notion of time. But in what way? That’s the question.
Time passes, it is made, interpreted, felt and suffered, it escapes, drifts away, becomes trapped or stretched, sometimes it is intelligently ignored and, why not, it is exercised. Reinterpreting a work, a fiction or precis is a way of addressing time, a way of exploring a landscape in order to try and understand it. And we thought this exercise would provide an interesting opportunity to discuss time.
Revisiting in order to reflect… an exercise for the artist.
  Are there any changes in these artists’ works? Should there be? Is time involved? Without a shadow of a doubt, the answer is yes. But that barely scrapes the surface of what we want to know.
We’re more likely to find out what we want to know if the work enables us to answer questions such as: What kind of time is involved? Is there any usefulness? Is there any spirituality? Are there any aesthetics? Is there any abstraction? Is there any progress?
The exhibition is also designed to be understood through an analysis of the different types of answers provided by the works as a whole. As you will see, there are answers that simplify, offering minor changes, non-answers, coherent answers (if you have prior knowledge of the artist’s trajectory), inspired answers, uninventive answers… As we have said, evaluating the “revisits” as a whole provides additional knowledge.
When it comes down to it, what we most value is the sensation we observe and feel when the artist takes some distance and moves away from the centre stage in an attempt to provide an answer. As observers, we believe this circumstance helps to achieve universality and thus provide an intellectual satisfaction, that of communicating and objectifying the creation to the full in order to express and play with a more authentic reality.
Revisiting in order to look afresh… the viewer’s exercise.
We switch from observation to understanding, and vice versa. We observe in order to find differences between similar things and we understand when we find similarities between different things. Accustomed as we are today to viewing several pieces in a highly random fashion, pausing to stop in order to take a fresh look at a work “inaugurated” some time ago is another exercise we wish to propose. This exercise may help us assimilate better in this era of accumulation and, on occasions, superficiality. There can be no doubt that the way in which a work attracts and engages us is based on the knowledge we may have of it.
Knowledge without criticism is an indication of the end of everything. Yet, on the other hand, what can be said of criticism without knowledge? Are we capable of enjoying what these workers of art offer us? Will we be capable of evaluating what they show us? Can we offer knowledge-based criticism? Frankly, we find there is a lack of humility on the part of the viewer. And we’re all viewers.
Let’s enjoy this opportunity.

 

 

Klimt02 Gallery
Riera de Sant Miquel 65
08006 -  Barcelona
Monday to Friday / 11 -14 and 16-19 h.

 

 

 

17/01/2015

EXPO ‘Beauty of the Beast: Jewellery & Taxidermy’ – Museum Arnhem (NL) – 24 Janv.-10 Mai 2015

Beauty of the Beast: Jewellery and Taxidermy -  Museum Arnhem, Netherlands

The museum presents the work of more than 15 international designers and artists for the exhibition, Beauty of the Beast.  The displayed works explore the connection between taxidermy, jewellery and visual arts.

Beauty of the Beast: Jewellery and Taxidermy 24 Jan-10 May 2015 Museum Arnhem, NL (Reid Peppard – Head Piece: Double Rat Headdress, 2008)

Artist list : Karley Feaver — Charlie Tuesday Gates — Kate Gilliland — IdiotsBenjamin LignelMärta MattssonKelly McCallum — Kate MccGwire — Ted Noten — Reid Peppard — Iris Schieferstein — Simei Irene Snyman — Tinkebell — Cecilia Valentine — Emily Valentine — Tanel Veenre — Christel Verdaasdonk — Lisa WalkerJulia deVille — Niels van Eijk — Miriam van der Lubbe

From high-concept shops to cocktail bars: every style-conscious place these days displays a mounted fox or peacock in the window. Taxidermy, the mounting of dead animals, is hot. But what happens when you apply taxidermy to contemporary jewellery design? In the exhibition Beauty of the Beast Museum Arnhem presents the work of more than 15 international designers and artists who make a connection between taxidermy, jewellery and visual arts. The exhibition presents, on the one hand, wearable jewellery and fashion accessories such as necklaces, brooches, bags, hats, hair ornaments and shoes. But it also includes more sculptural and autonomous work.

Märta Mattsson Brooch: Crash!, 2011 Taxidermy bird, walnut wood, silverMärta Mattsson Brooch: Crash!, 2011 Taxidermy bird, walnut wood, silver

 Märta Mattsson Brooch: Palindrome, 2014 Cicada wings, resin, crushed sulphur, silver, glitterMärta Mattsson Brooch: Palindrome, 2014 Cicada wings, resin, crushed sulphur, silver, glitter

Emily Valentine,Vijf broches, Deconstructed Budgie, 2010. Foto: John LeeEmily Valentine,Vijf broches, Deconstructed Budgie, 2010. Foto: John Lee

Benjamin Lignel Piece: Io ce l'ho d'oro (yeah...but mine's gold), 2007  .Benjamin Lignel Piece: Io ce l’ho d’oro (yeah…but mine’s gold), 2007 Fine gold 6,5 x 3,4 x 3,4 cm Beak extension for pigeon photo: Enrico Bartolucci, Paris  An experiment on the ambivalent use of accessories to either mock, or ape, the demeanour of our betters. .

Tanel Veenre. rooch: Forever Together, 2014 Seahorses, wood, gold leaf, silver Photo by Tanel Veenre .Tanel Veenre. brooch: Forever Together, 2014 Seahorses, wood, gold leaf, silver Photo by Tanel Veenre

 Julia deVille Brooch: Bird Skull, 2004 Bird Skull, cubic zirconia, sterling silver 5 x 2.5 x 3 cmJulia deVille Brooch: Bird Skull, 2004 Bird Skull, cubic zirconia, sterling silver 

Kelly McCallum broochKelly McCallum brooch

 

Museum Arnhem
Utrechtseweg 87
6812 AA -  Arnhem
NETHERLANDS
info@museumarnhem.nl
tel +31(0)26 30 31 400

10/09/2014

EXPO ‘Ted Noten: Gold, Sweat and Pearls/Retro – 25 years Ted Noten’ – Putti Art Gallery, Rīga (Latvia/lettonie) – 19 Sept.-11 Oct. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Putti (LV),Lettonie (LV),Ted NOTEN (NL),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:06

Ted Noten: Gold, Sweat and Pearls/Retro – 25 years Ted Noten

Ted Noten - Gal. Putti(7 Necessities For Every Woman by Atelier Ted Noten)

Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten started his career in the early nineties when he worked as a soloist. Since 2005 he has been going by the name of Atelier Ted Noten. His pieces vary from handmade jewellery and sculptural objects bordering on jewellery design, to installations, videos and projects for museums or public spaces.

« Jewellery holds so many opportunities to communicate. It forms a direct link to being human, to small things, to the absurd nature of fate, and the psychology behind traditions, cutting right across the times and nationalities« , according to jewellery designer Ted Noten.

In the nineteen sixties a number of jewellery designers started studying the possibilities of using other, cheaper materials as well in their designs. And they studied the question if jewellery could express ideas that reached beyond beauty. Ted Noten followed in the footsteps of this first generation of ‘conceptual designers’. But right from the start he also distinguished himself from them, for instance for his ability to reconcile widely differing worlds. Although he comments on the traditional world of jewellery, making clear statements, he celebrates it at the same time. He will never shrink from using unconventional materials, but he will just as easily work precious materials into his pieces if their story demands it. Noten enjoys nothing so much as operating on the fringes of his profession, or even going slightly over the edge. Like a relative outsider he has taken in both the conventional world of jewellery and its target group, and the conceptual avant-garde.

I enjoy creating work that will set people on the wrong track. Your story can only get through to people if you rob them of their prejudices about jewellery. Inspiration can be found anywhere: in the street, around the corner, in an extraordinary picture, or by contrast in an unpretentious little story someone will tell me. »

The exhibition includes and interactive and provocative installation ”Wanna Swap Your Ring” with 500 Miss Piggy rings, made of 3D-printed nylon in shocking pink, on the wall of the exhibition space, all placed within the imaginary contours of a handgun. Spectators can obtain a ring made by the master by replacing it with an old one of theirs. What counts is not the value. Noten is equally happy to receive precious rings or cheap ones. What counts is the exchange of old stories and new ones. All the stories together will gradually fill the pistol-shape, changing the symbol of aggression into a charming and multi-faceted scene.

So far the project has been created in three cities; Tokyo (Japan), Stockholm (Sweden) and Wellington (New Zealand). Other cities will follow, including London, Paris, Milan, Sydney, São Paulo, New York and Moscow. When he has been to 15 cities, Noten intends to display all the original presentations alongside each other.

The exhibition includes a documentary „Ted Noten: Gold, Sweat & Pearls”.

Jewellery designer Ted Noten (1956) is well-known for his cheeky pieces of jewellery. Are they wearable? Not necessarily. Are they provocative? Absolutely. A series of see-through purses containing a gun, a chameleon or a line of coke with a pearl necklace…

Noten: “I make jewellery that takes some time getting used to. When you wear it, you make yourself vulnerable as it makes such a striking statement. I speak out through my jewellery and objects. I comment upon jewellery as a phenomenon, upon the industry or – like any artist – upon humanity.

Atelier Ted Noten: Wanna swap your ring?  Atelier Ted Noten: Wanna swap your ring?

Wanna swap your ring? Ted NotenWanna swap your ring? Ted Noten

 

Putti Art Gallery
(Rīga, Latvia)
30-Oct-2014 – 15-Nov-2014Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 – Rīga
Latvia
Telephone: +371 67214229
Fax: +371 67214230

website: www.putti.lv
mail: gallery@putti.lv

09/09/2014

EXPO ‘Retrospective Ted Noten’ – Putti Art Gallery, Rīga (Latvia/lettonie) – 19 Sept.-11 Oct. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Putti (LV),Lettonie (LV),Ted NOTEN (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:07

Retrospective – 25 Years of Ted Noten / Gold, Sweat & Pearls

 Art Gallery PUTTI

"Retrospective Ted Noten - 25 years" 19sept-11Oct 2014 - Gallery Putti - LV -  http://putti.lv/

From September 19 until October 11, 2014 Art Gallery PUTTI is proud to present a personal exhibition by the famous Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten – Retrospective – 25 Years / Gold, Sweat & Pearls.

Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten started his career in the early nineties when he worked as a soloist. Since 2005 he has been going by the name of Atelier Ted Noten. His pieces vary from handmade jewellery and sculptural objects bordering on jewellery design, to installations, videos and projects for museums or public spaces.

“Jewellery holds so many opportunities to communicate. It forms a direct link to being human, to small things, to the absurd nature of fate, and the psychology behind traditions, cutting right across the times and nationalities”, according to jewellery designer Ted Noten.

 Wanne swap your ring? Ted NotenWanne swap your ring?

Ted Noten - Necklace: Ice Ball, 2007 - Inspired by Siberian Necklace 2006 - From the series Global Tactile PieTed Noten – Necklace: Ice Ball, 2007 – Inspired by Siberian Necklace 2006From the series Global Tactile Pieces Vol.II

In the nineteen sixties a number of jewellery designers started studying the possibilities of using other, cheaper materials as well in their designs. And they studied the question if jewellery could express ideas that reached beyond beauty. Ted Noten followed in the footsteps of this first generation of ‘conceptual designers’. But right from the start he also distinguished himself from them, for instance for his ability to reconcile widely differing worlds. Although he comments on the traditional world of jewellery, making clear statements, he celebrates it at the same time. He will never shrink from using unconventional materials, but he will just as easily work precious materials into his pieces if their story demands it. Noten enjoys nothing so much as operating on the fringes of his profession, or even going slightly over the edge. Like a relative outsider he has taken in both the conventional world of jewellery and its target group, and the conceptual avant-garde.

“I enjoy creating work that will set people on the wrong track. Your story can only get through to people if you rob them of their prejudices about jewellery. Inspiration can be found anywhere: in the street, around the corner, in an extraordinary picture, or by contrast in an unpretentious little story someone will tell me.”

The exhibition includes and interactive and provocative installation ”Wanna Swap Your Ring” with 500 Miss Piggy rings, made of 3D-printed nylon in shocking pink, on the wall of the exhibition space, all placed within the imaginary contours of a handgun. Spectators can obtain a ring made by the master by replacing it with an old one of theirs. What counts is not the value. Noten is equally happy to receive precious rings or cheap ones. What counts is the exchange of old stories and new ones. All the stories together will gradually fill the pistol-shape, changing the symbol of aggression into a charming and multi-faceted scene.

Ted Noten  Necklace: After 21 cups of coffee-chain 2003  18 kt gold, porcelain  27 x 12 x 5 cmTed Noten  Necklace: After 21 cups of coffee-chain 2003  18 kt gold, porcelain  27 x 12 x 5 cm

Fashionista Golden Girl by Ted Noten - - Computer rendering: Glass-filled Nylon- 3D printed via Rapid Prototype technology.  Edition of 10 unique pieces, each with different gold element. Fashionista Golden Girl by Ted Noten - Computer rendering: Glass-filled Nylon- 3D printed via Rapid Prototype technology.  Edition of 10 unique pieces, each with different gold element.

 

Putti Art Gallery
(Rīga, Latvia)
30-Oct-2014 – 15-Nov-2014Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 – Rīga
Latvia
Telephone: +371 67214229
Fax: +371 67214230

website: www.putti.lv
mail: gallery@putti.lv

19/01/2014

EXPO ‘Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello’ – VicenzaOro, Vicenza (IT) – 18-23 Janv. 2014

« INTORNO AL FUTURO: 3DPRINTING PER IL GIOIELLO »

“Intorno al futuro: 3D printing per il gioiello”
VICENZAORO Winter Galleria G-C 18-23 Gennaio 2014 curata da Alba Cappellieri e organizzata da Fiera di Vicenza

"INTORNO AL FUTURO: 3DPRINTING PER IL GIOIELLO" — La Mostra “Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello” nasce da un’ampia ricerca svolta dal Politecnico di Milano per Fiera di Vicenza sui nuovi materiali e sulle nuove tecnologie per il gioiello

La Mostra “Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello” nasce da un’ampia ricerca svolta dal Politecnico di Milano per Fiera di Vicenza sui nuovi materiali e sulle nuove tecnologie per il gioiello i cui esiti sono raccolti in un volume che accompagna l’esposizione. La frontiera del 3d printing muterà drasticamente il futuro del gioiello, influendo tanto sul processo progettuale del designer quanto su quello produttivo dell’azienda con una significativa ottimizzazione dei costi e dei tempi, permettendo personalizzazioni e varianti altrimenti molto lunghe e costose.
Curata da Alba Cappellieri, Professore di Design del Gioiello al Politecnico di Milano, la Mostra presenta i lavori di 32 designer internazionali provenienti, oltre che dall’Italia, da Stati Uniti, Israele, Taiwan, Olanda, Inghilterra, Giappone, che hanno applicato le più avanzate tecnologie della stampa 3d ai propri progetti di gioielli.
La stampa tridimensionale rende economico creare singoli oggetti tanto quanto crearne migliaia e per questo ben si adatta alle esigenze delle aziende e a quelle dei progettisti. Ne sono un esempio le opere presenti in mostra che includono stampanti home con produzioni sofisticate quali la stereolitografia della vicentina DWS Systems o la sinterizzazione della padovana 3Dfast ma, soprattutto, evidenziano la libertà creativa di forme altrimenti impossibili da realizzare con le tecniche orafe tradizionali.

 

I Designer presenti in Mostra: AmniosyA — Laura Alvarado — Alessia Ansaldi — bijouets — Gijs BakkerDana Bloom — Valentina Bruzzi — Els Cuvelier — Patrick Durgin-Bruce — Orlando Fernandez Flores + Lucia De Conti –  Odoardo Fioravanti — Michela Fornasari Manuela GandiniFrancesca Gabrielli — Gumdesign — Alia Hasan — Gina Hsu — Sha Hwang + Rachel Binx – Li&An — Stefania Lucchetta — Valeria Masconale — Vivian Meller –  Michela Nosè — Ted NotenTomek Ogrodowski — Caterina Passaro — Mi-Ah Rödiger — Jessica Rosenkrantz + Jesse Louis Rosenberg — Scilla Stuart — Anthony TammaroRossella Tornquist — Natsusko Toyfuku — Viola Chiara Vecchi + Flora Gaetani –  Marteen Verstaag — Daniel Widrig

 

Stefania Lucchetta_5Stefania Lucchetta

Gina Hsu - hear ringGina Hsu – Ring Hear – 3D printing, Chinese lacquer –  » A ring with a large audience. It says, as it were: While putting my hand close to my cheek I hear the surrounding voices, saying « I love you ».

A Range Of 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired By The Movement Of Fluids | by  AmniosyaAmniosya - 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired By The Movement Of Fluids | by  Amniosya (Italy)
Nervous System 3D jewelryNervous System 3D jewelry

 

Vicenza Oro – winter – 18-23 Janv. 2014

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A

Via dell’Oreficeria, 16
36100 Vicenza
Tel. 0444-969.111
Fax. 0444-969.000
P.I. 00515900249
info@vicenzafiera.it

02/06/2013

EXPO ‘Salute to Pinton’ – Espace Solidor, Cagnes-sur-Mer (FR) -15 Juin-6 Oct. 2013

« Salute to Pinton » – bijou contemporain

vernissage le samedi 15 juin à 18h

Espace Solidor

‘Salute to Pinton’ is an exhibition intended as an ultimate thank-you for his unrestrained unique generosity and the trust he has put in us. By means of their creations, twenty one artists give a simple salute to the great master Professor Mario Pinton.

MARIO PINTON, spilla (brooch) , oro, rubino, 1995MARIO PINTON, spilla (brooch) , oro, rubino, 1995

Mario Pinton naît en 1919 à Padoue. Il est le fils d’un graveur qui lui transmettra le goût duraffinement et du travail du métal. Ses études le portent tout d’abord à l’Ecole Nationale d’Artde sa ville natale où il travaille l’argent.
 Puis, il obtient son diplôme d’orfèvre à l’Institut National d’Art de Venise. Enfin à Milan, il apprend l’architecture à l’Académie des Beaux-Arts.Il retourne alors à Padoue pour fonder, au sein de l’Institut Pietro Selvatico,  ce qui va constituer un véritable mouvement artistique en ébullition : «L’Ecole de Padoue».
Les adeptes de ce mouvement ont tous en commun certaines préoccupations stylistiques telles que le travail de l’or, une parfaite maîtrise technique et un goût prononcé pour la pureté des formes. Si le matériau utilisé est des plus traditionnels, la conception des bijoux n’en demeure pas moins avant-gardiste. De cette école sont sortis les plus grands créateurs italiens comme Francesco Pavan, Giampaolo Babetto, Graziano Visintin pour les premières générations, Annamaria Zanella ou encore Stefano Marchetti pour les plus jeunes.


exposants :
Michael Becker –  Manfred Bischoff — Gabi Dziuba — Ramon Puig Cuyas — Bernard François — Karl Fritsch — Christiane Förster — Sophie HanagarthDaniel KrugerStefano Marchetti — Manfred Nissimüller — Ted NotenFrancesco PavanAnnelies Planteijdt — Wolfgang Rahs — Gerd Rothmann — Michael Rowe — Philip SajetPeter SkubicGraziano VisintinDavid Watkins

 by Francesco Pavan, IT - Neuer Schmuck für die Götter -Francesco Pavan – broche

Stefano Marchetti « Anello in oro e argento »Stefano Marchetti « Anello in oro e argento »

Sophie Hanagarth - EXPO  Salute to Pinton Solidor -Sophie Hanagarth

Bernard François « Super Mario » ring (exhibition "Salute to Pinton")Bernard François «Super Mario» ring

Daniel Kruger - EXPO  Salute to Pinton Solidor -Daniel Kruger

Ramon Puig Cuyas brooch - EXPO  Salute to Pinton Solidor -Ramon Puig Cuyas – broche bois, peinture

Karl Fritsch ring - Bague  Argent oxydé, rubis - EXPO  Salute to Pinton Solidor -Karl Fritsch ring « Pinton, you have the best red in jewellery » – Bague  Argent oxydé, rubis

David Watkins - EXPO  Salute to Pinton Solidor -David Watkins

 

Espace Solidor
Place du Château,
06800 Cagnes-sur-Mer (FR)
Tél :04 93 73 14 42

Exhibition Catalogue available

 

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

20/05/2013

EXPO ‘FRAMED – by Ted Noten’ – Stedelijk Museum, s-Hertogenbosch (NL) – 25 Mai–20 Sept. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Hollande (NL),MUSEE,Ted NOTEN (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:09

FRAMED – by Ted Noten

Ted Noten (Tegelen, 1956) is frequently seen as the enfant terrible of the Dutch jewellery world, but his innovative attitude has earned him considerable international respect too. He is acting as guest curator for the FRAMED exhibition, which will explore his own network of inspirations in conjunction with his own work.

Ted Noten: Framed    Place: Stedelijk Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch  ('s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands)  25-May-2013 - 08-Sep-2013    website: www.sm-s.nl
The focus is on themes like greed, emptiness, beauty, mortality and intimacy. Ted Noten will string together a necklace of works by high-profile artists like Damien Hirst, Wim Delvoye and Marina Abramovic, texts by Marcel Duchamp and Charles Bukowski, jewellery by Elsa Schiaparelli and Otto Künzli, and a film sequence by Wim Wenders. Francis Bacon’s painting Fragment of a Crucifixion will be one of the highlights, while ethnographic objects like a decorated skull from Papua New Guinea, a tiny string of pearls and a gold dildo all feature too.

The exhibition ‘FRAMED by Ted Noten’ offers an insight into the designer’s intellectual and emotional world. The selection of his own work includes his famous Prada bag with gold pistol. His latest jewellery collection, ‘Seven Necessities’, and the interactive installation ‘Wanna Swap’ will also be shown in the Netherlands for the first time.

During the exhibition 'Framed by Ted Noten' in the new stedelijk museum in Den Bosch there you will have the oppotunity to swap your ring for a Miss Piggy in our Wanna Swap project! See what people already traded in Japan belowDuring the exhibition ‘Framed by Ted Noten’ in the new stedelijk museum in Den Bosch there you will have the oppotunity to swap your ring for a Miss Piggy in our Wanna Swap project !   Atelier Ted Noten: Wanna swap your ring? At gallery Format Oslo.Ted Noten Installation: WANNA SWAP YOUR RING? 3d printed glass filled nylon 500 Miss Piggy rings presented in the shape of a gun.

Ted Noten  Object: Seven Necessities – White Gun  3d printed nylon, USB-stick with various images of men, mirror-glass, acrylic bullet containing diamonds silver necklace, 14kt white gold hairpin, white lip-gloss, tablets  25 x 12 x 4 cmTed Noten  Object: Seven Necessities – White Gun  3d printed nylon, USB-stick with various images of men, mirror-glass, acrylic bullet containing diamonds silver necklace, 14kt white gold hairpin, white lip-gloss, tablets

Ted Noten  Object: Seven Necessities - Chatelaine  nylon, glass with PARADISE, diamond, gold  13 x 18 x 1 cmTed Noten  Object: Seven Necessities – Chatelaine  nylon, glass with PARADISE, diamond, gold 

 

New Stedelijk Museum
Stedelijk Museums-HertogenboschDe Mortel 4
5211 HV ‘s-Hertogenbosch – NL
tel 073 6273680
info@sm-s.nl

15/05/2013

EXPO ‘A bit of clay on the skin’ – Musée Gardiner, Toronto (CA) – 16 Mai-11 Aout 2013

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewellery
Vernissage le 15 Mai , musée Gardiner, Toronto, Canada

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewellery explores the appeal of ceramics, especially porcelain, in jewellery. Organized by the Fondation d’Entreprise Bernardaud (France) and curated by the renowned German-born goldsmith and jewellery artist Monika Brugger, the exhibition showcases the versatility and allure of the medium, which can be modeled or cast, used alone or with metal, wood, and stone, and vary in color and texture.

The exhibition presents 140  works and features the work of 20 cutting-edge jewellery artists, including creations by such notables as Peter Hoogeboom (The Netherlands), Ted Noten (The Netherlands), Gésine Hackenberg (Germany), Marie Pendariès (Spain), and Shu-Lin Wu (Taiwan). While some make reference to traditional jewellery in materials and symbolism, others altogether redefine it in substance, form, and matter.

A bit of clay on the skin - 16may-11aug. 2013 -  Vernissage le 15 Mai , musée gardiner, Toronto, Canada

This exhibition is part of the Toronto International Jewellery Festival
in conjunction with Meta-Mosaic, the 2013 SNAG Conference
www.tijf.info
www.snagmetalsmith.org

A Bit of Clay on the Skin - Yiumsiri VantanapinduYiumsiri Vantanapindu

Yiumsiri Vantanapindu (a bit of clay on the skin) -  http://yiumsirivantanapindu.carbonmade.com/Yiumsiri Vantanapindu

Marie Pendaries - La DotMarie Pendaries – la dot

A Bit of Clay on the Skin - Peter Hoogeboom -Peter Hoogeboom

111 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C7, Canada
Téléphone : +1 416-586-8080

02/05/2013

EXPO ‘FETICHES ET AMULETTES’ – Design-e-Space Gallery, Paris (FR) – 4 Mai-29 Juin 2013

FETICHES ET AMULETTES.

Maddalena ROCCO. Ted NOTEN

FETICHES ET AMULETTES. MADDALENA ROCCO. TED NOTEN

« Il mito come valore apotropaico nei gioiello di Maddalena Rocco.
La riflessione che scaturisce da un pensiero prende forma nel mito corrispondente.
Gli emblemi propri della divinità diventano materia e linguaggio, colore e segno, ritmo e disequilibrio. Le immagini fortuite del disegno narrante, composte in visioni laterali, sono impresse a bulino e caricano l’immagine di valenza simbolica. La lentezza della tecnica porta ad una ulteriore scansione riflessiva, non solo in chi opera, ma anche in chi guarda e indossa.
In questo circuito dialettico per simboli il valore segnico dell’ornamento da corpo arriva a comunicare come ai primordi, quando ancora non esisteva il linguaggio verbale. Quando il feticcio proteggeva la vita di chi lo possedeva. »

Maddalena Rocco - Il mito come valore apotropaico nei gioiello di Maddalena Rocco.Maddalena Rocco

A proposito di Ted Noten
“Is there any greater icon in the industrial world than the Mercedes-Benz?  I don’t think so.  CEO’s, real estate agents, small-time hustlers in the building trade, politicians, Mongolian drug dealers and Birmingham greengrocers: all around the globe they share the love for a Merc.  More than any other ornament it symbolizes success and social status.  These qualities attracted me to the Mercedes as an area for serious research.”   (Ted Noten, 2006.  Gert Staal Publishers)

Ted Noten is fascinated with glamour and status symbols.  He approaches them with contagious delight and a mischievous sense of humor devoid of condescending derision and political correctness.  His “serious research” of the Merc has led to a collection of brooches made out of a cut-up Mercedes body.  He dutifully presented his idea to the Daimler-Chrysler company, who were not amused…

Ted Noten   Mercedes .....Ted Noten   Mercedes …..

series of brooches by Ted Noten which are made from steel parts cut from the body of a Mercedes-Benz car. http://lesleycrazegallery.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/unexpected-pleasures.html Ted Noten – serie of brooches which are made from steel parts cut from the body of a Mercedes-Benz car

 

 

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

 

Design-e-Space 6 bis rue du Forez, 75003 Paris (France)
Tel. France: 33 175 500 530
e-mail: info@design-e-space.com

13/01/2013

EXPO ‘Below Sea Level’ – Galleri Format, Oslo (Norway) – 17 Janv.-17 Mars 2013

Below Sea Level – Jewellery from the Netherlands

(Manon van Kouswijk « Pearl Walk » Amsterdam)

Artists:  Ruudt Peters Ted NotenLucy SarneelManon van KouswijkEvert NijlandJantje FleischhutGésine HackenbergIris NieuwenburgNhat-Vu Dang

 

Today jewellery in the Netherlands is versatile; many different sources of inspiration, approaches and styles co-exist. Yet there is a mentality and an engagement that goes much further than just aesthetics. One can identify certain key notions that touch the chore of this approach: questioning, experimenting, abstraction, consistency, and the tendency to do things well but with a playful touch, to investigate profoundly and to work with a qualifying concept or narrative. The selected artists are all different and unique in their approach, but share the same inquiring mentality. The selection includes an iconoclast, an entertaining conceptualist, a joyous zinc smith, a chain artist, a romanticist, a designer in synthetic materials, a still life pictorialist, a storyteller and a playful abstractionist – together they present Dutch jewellery in all its broadness.
 
The exhibition will also present the renowned project “Wanna Swap Your Ring” by Atelier Ted Noten. The installation consist of 500 Miss Piggy-rings in shocking pink mounted on the wall of the exhibition space, all placed within the imaginary contours of a handgun. Spectators can obtain a ring made by the master by replacing it with an old one of theirs. What counts is not the value. Noten is equally happy to receive precious rings or cheap ones. What counts is the exchange of old stories and new ones. All the stories together will gradually fill the pistol-shape, changing the symbol of aggression into a charming and multi-faceted scene. A shift in meaning occurs, as is often the case in work by Noten, who has a penchant for combining opposing symbols. For the attentive viewer, the interactive installation holds countless different meanings.

  EXPO 'Below Sea Level' - Galleri Format, Oslo (Norway) - 17 Janv.-17 Mars 2013 dans Evert NIJLAND (NL) WANNA_SWAP_YOUR_RING

Atelier Ted Noten / Wanna Swap your ring / Museum of Contemporary Art

3JinglingRoofsSarneeljpg dans Exposition/ExhibitionLucy Sarneel « Jingling Roofs » necklace

Yellow_Bracelet_by_KYLE_small dans Gal. Format (NO)Nhat-Vu Dang « Yellow Bracelet »

 

Galleri Format Oslo
Rådhusgaten 24
0151 – Oslo
Norway
Telephone: +47 22 41 45 40
website: www.format.no
mail: oslo@format.no

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