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11/09/2014

EXPO ‘Matadero’ – Gallery Hnoss/Konstepidemin, Göteborg (SE) – 19-21 Sept. 2014

Matadero

http://hnossinitiative.se/Matadero/WALKA-STUDIO Walka Studio: Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar, Chile

Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar run WALKA STUDIO, a creative space for creation of and education about contemporary jewellery in Santiago de Chile. They state that “we are a territory of experimentation at the crossroads of Art, Design and Craft. The language of this territory is jewelry-making” and that their mission is to expand the possible borders of the jewellery discipline in Chile and Latin America. Their work has over the past years been exhibited in Latin America, the USA, Europe, China and Australia. Website: www.walka.cl

Matadero is a series of necklaces and pendants, jewel categories that step away from the often resorted to European brooch and allude to the prevailing ornament of the Pacific cultures. The series is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin until its evolution into contemporary jewellery; as well as the experimentation with new methods to work the cacho de buey or bull’s horn, a traditional material in Chilean craft that has been worked by Betancourt’s family for generations.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero uses both bull´s horns and hooves which had been part of a previous collection dedicated to the fashion industry, delicately tinted in a faint pink colour for that occasion. The fashionable neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt and rebuilt as entirely new pieces that fascinate and repulse. The newly transformed pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship that was common to many other Latin American countries and which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists from the continent.”   Valeria Vallarta Siemelink

Walka Studio -Matadero - fractura.Walka Studio -Matadero – fractura.Matadero - Walka -TranspacificoWalka Studio - Matadero – Transpacifico

 

Hnoss / Konstepidemin Gallery
Konstepidemins väg 6,
413 14 Göteborg,
Sweden
hnoss@hnossinitiative.se

01/07/2014

EXPO ‘Delirio y Cordura’ – Velvet da Vinci gallery (USA) – 9 Juill.-10 Aout 2014

Velvet da Vinci : Coming in July… « Delirio y Cordura » (Delirium and Sanity)
Chilean Contemporary Jewelry

Opening Reception: Friday July 11, 6-8 pm

Artist’s Talk: 6:30 pm

Coming in July... Delirio y Cordura (Delirium and Sanity)Chilean Contemporary Jewelryhttp://www.velvetdavincigallery.com/upcoming/
In the ten years since Joyas Jóias, Velvet da Vinci’s first exhibition of Latin American jewelry, there has been a growing awareness and appreciation for the achievements of contemporary jewelers in Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Brazil. For our exhibition, Delirio y Cordura (Delirium and Sanity) we concentrate on contemporary Chilean jewelry artists. Each jeweler was inspired by the themes of delirium and sanity, choosing one or both concepts. The idea of harmony and balance versus  insanity and irrationality influence the creation of each work through an exploration of shape, color, material, and concept.  Chaos, out of order.
 
 
Participating ArtistsCarolina Gimeno Carolina Hornahuer — Claudia Correa — Claudio Pino — Francisco Ceppi — Gabriela Fissore — Maria Eugenia Munoz — Maria Ignacia Walker — Nicolas Hernandez — Paola Raggo — Pia Walker — Rafaella Pruzzo — Rocco Napoli — Valentina Rosenthal — Veronica Perez Artigas — Walka Studio — Yessica Bordon

​Gabriela Fissore Piece: Cor Silver, copper, japanese lacquer 19cmGabriela Fissore Piece: Cor Silver, copper, japanese lacquer 19cm

Rafaella Pruzzo Necklace: Molindore Oxidized silver, book pages 21 x 18 x 5 cmRafaella Pruzzo Necklace: Molindore Oxidized silver, book pages 21 x 18 x 5 cm

Walka Studio , Brooch, Walka Studio T-Oro Sagrado Bull horn, gold plating brass, steel

Pia Walker, Pendant, Pia WalkerPendant: Rotamiento – Steel, copper, acrylic, aluminium

Carolina Gimeno Velvet da VinciCarolina Gimeno Encounter IV, Brooch Birch, sterling silver 13 x 11 x 5 cm

Carolina Hornauer Brooch: Ismos #1 Rigid polystyrene foam, japanese lacquer, silver, enameled stoneware ceramic 7 x 6 x 7 cmCarolina Hornauer Brooch: Ismos #1 Rigid polystyrene foam, japanese lacquer, silver, enameled stoneware ceramic 7 x 6 x 7 cm

Maria Eugenia Munoz Ring: Delirium Tremensdoscópicos Sterling silver, copper, acrylic, mirror, Swarovski crystal 4.5 x 2.5 x 3 cmMaria Eugenia Munoz Ring: Delirium Tremensdoscópicos Sterling silver, copper, acrylic, mirror, Swarovski crystal 4.5 x 2.5 x 3 cm
Claudio Pino Ring: Interactive Mirror, 2 14k gold, 925 sterling silver, mirror, carnelians, pearls Kinetic RingClaudio Pino Ring: Interactive Mirror, 2 14k gold, 925 sterling silver, mirror, carnelians, pearls Kinetic Ring

 

14/10/2013

EXPO ‘WALKA STUDIO – MATADERO’ – El Bigote del Sr. Smith, Barcelona (ES) – 17-18-19 Oct. 2013

OFF JOYAWalka Studio – Matadero // 17,18 y 19 Octubre

walka_flyer - MATADERO

 

Matadero, the latest series of Walka Studio (Santiago de Chile), is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin, as well as the experimentation with new methods to work cacho de buey (horn), a traditional material in Chilean craft. The series is composed of neckpieces, a jewel category that steps away from the more habitual European brooch and alludes to the prevailing ornament used by Pacific cultures.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero, which translates to slaughterhouse, uses both horn and hooves, a development of a previous collection in which the material had been treated delicately and tinted a faint pink colour. On this occasion the neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt, abused and recomposed with a result that fascinates and repulses. The slaughtered pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists.
Chile ́s peculiar geographic situation is another important reference, a narrow strip, wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountains. The pieces are woven together using the wool of Andean Alpacas in comforting supports and lace. The result is soft, light and smoothing; surprisingly easy and comfortable to wear, as soon as the repulsion produced by the idea of wearing burnt bones has waned. By being worn they complete their cycle.
Matadero becomes a synonym for duality: a conjunction of cultures, materials, processes, meanings and historical periods in an unusual but profoundly skilful way.
Walka Studio represents duality in all the sense of the word. Claudia Betancourt, intuitive, emotional and profoundly interested in local crafting traditions, she stems from a family of generations of cacho de buey or bull’s horn artisans. Nano Pulgar, shrewd, rational and highly experimental. They both stand at opposite ends of the spectrum of the creative process. Together they execute a fluid dance which teases the boundaries between art and design, maintaining a clear notion of the local and a wide, but critical, view of the foreign. And they often engage in clever actions to create a larger and more inclusive audience, intervening public realm and partnering with spaces not traditionally associated to the exhibition of artistic jewellery.

Walka Studio - El Matadero

 

El Bigote del Sr. Smith
Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 38
08001 Barcelona

Tlf: +34 93 412 09 50 
Horario: Martes a Sábado – 15:00 a 21:00

10/09/2013

OFF JOYA 2013 – ah la la ! quel programme !!!!!!

OFF-JOYA
JOYA 2013  Place: Convent dels Ángels (FAD) (Barcelona, Spain) Management: Paulo Ribeiro, Anthony Chevallier 17.Oct.2013 - 19.Oct.2013 deadline: 30.Apr.2013  website: www.joyabarcelona.com mail: anthony@le-departement.com mail: paulo@le-departement.com
In 2013, JOYA challenged itself to reach outside the FAD exhibition hall by pairing jewellery artists and galleries, that are not necessarily jewellery oriented but understand its contribution to art and design. The purpose is to further extend the offer of this art event to the public and to create greater synergies between the contemporary jewellery outlets that already exists in the city.
The end product is a route of jewellery exhibitions around the city of Barcelona that are open to the public and reach a larger audience.
* Ceramic Association of Catalunya- Prepares a special exhibition of ceramic jewellery “Joieria Sincrònic” in their gallery space.
* Klimt02 Gallery – The long lasting partnership with JOYA provides an opportunity to see Noon Passama’s work, winner of 2012 Art Jewelry Forum Award, at the Klimt 02 gallery.
* La Basilica- Azahara Santoro, winner of 2012’s La Basilica award for students will be featured in this gallery along with 12 other international artists that work with the gallery.
* Amaranto Joies gallery - Brazilian artist Mirla Fernandes will showcase a retrospective of 12 years of her work in Amaranto Joies gallery of Barcelona.
* « Bigote del Sr Smith » Gallery - Claudia Betancourt and Nano Pulgar from Chilean brand WALKA, will exhibit their award winning work (Excellence of Handcraftsmanship (UNESCO, Chile 2008-2009) in this new up and coming gallery.
* Fili Plaza – La artista española Fili Plaza (Salamanca, 1957) ha elegido el cuerpo humano como objeto temático, como modo de expresión de su obra escultórica, nos enseñará su faceta más conceptual y experimental.
* « Jura Golub » Atelier - Presents 6 international artists from Austria in this cozy Barcelona gallery.
* « Room Service » Gallery - This design specialized gallery will host Burcu Büyukünal, Selen Ozus, Asli Kuris and Burcu Sülek from Maden, an up and coming jewellery studio from Turkey.
* Mutuo Centro de Arte- This industrial size gallery in Barcelona’s gothic quarter will host Context. A group dedicated to showcase the work of 26 jewellery artist from Spain.
* Ring Ring Gallery- Ring Ring Arts & Crafts is an open space for the world of design, art and craft in Barcelona. Seeking to find an artist who seeks beauty and communication from their work, they will host Bigornia, a group of 7 artists led by Spanish artist Imma Batalla.
* Escola Massana – La Escola Massana nos prepararé 2 exposiciones para enseñar lo mejor de SUS alumnos :
 -> Linea de Sortida 2013 y
-> Massana in Progress.
 * Jo Joia – Los mejores trabajos de distintas escuelas españolas junto a la escuela florentina Le Arte Orafe en el recinto de la Escola Industrial.
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La Basilica Galeria presents « Fobias de Azahara Santoro » – 16-24 Oct. 2013
C. Sant Sever n.7
08002 Barcelona
tel. 93 304 20 47
Horario: 11h – 15h / 16.30h – 20.30h
La Basilica Galeria (Temporary Exhibitions) C/ Sant Sever 8 
OFF JOYA : La Basilica Galeria presents "Fobias de Azahara Santoro"
 
Escola Massana presents « Linea de Sortida 2013 » Sala  Busquets -  14-19 Oct. 2013
Centre d’Art i Disseny
Hospital, 56.
08001 Barcelona
Tel. 93 442 20 00
Fax 93 441 78 44
OFF JOYA : Escola Massana presents "Linea de Sortida 2013"
Escola Massana presents « Massana in Progress » – Sala Blava -  14-19 Oct. 2013
OFF JOYA : Escola Massana presents "Massana in Progress"
 
 
Amaranto joies presents « Mi Cuerpo, tu cuerpo. Mirla Fernandes » – 17 Oct.-10 Nov. 2013
Sant Domènec 23
08012 Barcelona
amarantojoies@d-dos.com
tel. 93 217 14 40
Horario de martes a sábado de 12 a 14:30h y de 17 a 21:30h.
OFF JOYA : Amaranto joies presents "Meu corpo, teu corpo. Mirla Fernandes"
 
 
Ring Ring Arts & Crafts presents « Personalismes by Bigornia » -Bigornia, a group of 7 artists led by Spanish artist Imma BatallaMireia Bonastre  — Mireia CalafLaura Juanós — Toni Marti — Anabel Ortega — Mar Sánchez
Carrer de Lluís el Piadós, 3
08003 Barcelona
Telf: +34 649 46 29 74
Mail: ringringartscraftsbcn@gmail.com
OFF JOYA : Ring Ring Arts & Crafts presents "Personalismes by Bigornia" Imma Batalla Mireia Bonastre Mireia Calaf Laura Juanós Toni Marti Anabel Ortega Mar Sánchez
 
 
Klimt 02 Gallery presents « Portraits by Noon Passama » Winner of Art Jewellery Forum Award 2012 – 16 Oct.-1er Nov. 2013
Riera Sant Miquel 65,
08006 Barcelona
phone:00 34 933687235
Tuesday to Friday from 17 h to 20 h
OFF JOYA   : Klimt 02 Gallery presents "Portraits by Noon Passama" Winner of Art Jewellery Forum Award 2012
 
DTerra Gallery+Workshop presents « Walter Chen : Ondas » 19 oct.-30 Nov. 2013
DTerra Gallery
Av. Josep Anselm Clavé, 9
 St. Cugat del Vallès – (near Barcelona)
tel +34 936747807 –
info@dterra.es
OFF JOYA : DTerra Gallery + Workshop presents "Walter Chen: Ondas"
 
 
Jura Golub presents « Jura Golub and friends from Vienna » – 17-18-19 Oct. 2013 -  6 international artists from Austria : Petr Dvorak –  Jura Golub –  Jacqueline I. Lillie — Gerti Machacek — BaoToan Puls — Florian Wagner
Diputacio 349
08009 Barcelona
+34 931 26 20 39
11 a 21 h
OFF JOYA -  Jura Golub presents "Jura Golub and friends from Vienna" Petr Dvorak Jura Golub Jacqueline I. Lillie Gerti Machacek BaoToan Puls Florian Wagner

 

 
« El Bigote del Sr. Smith » presents « Matadero/Walka Studio » – Claudia Betancourt and Nano Pulgar from Chilean brand WALKA, will exhibit their award winning work (Excellence of Handcraftsmanship (UNESCO, Chile 2008-2009) in this new up and coming gallery.

Calle Joaquín Costa
08001 Barcelona
+34 93 412 09 50
info@bigotesmith.com

OFF JOYA - El Bigote del Sr. Smith presents "Matadero/Walka Studio"
 
 
Room Service Design presents « maden studio istanbul » -  Room Service : This design specialized gallery will host Burcu Büyukünal, Selen Ozus, Asli Kuris and Burcu Sülek from Maden, an up & coming jewellery studio from Turkey

C/ dels Àngels, 16 
08001 -  Barcelona 
T. +34 933 021 016
Lunes-Viernes:  10-14h y 16-19h
Sábado: 11-14h

OFF JOYA - Room Service Design presents "maden studio istanbul" -  Room Service - This design specialized gallery will host Burcu Büyukünal, Selen Ozus, Asli Kuris and Burcu Sülek from Maden, an up and coming jewellery studio from Turkey
 
Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya presents « Sincrònic » special exhibition of ceramic jewellery: Alfredo Gómez — Aline Berdichevsky — Carolina Giner — Esther Pi — Eva Mazana — Isabel Sousa Carvalho — Laia Ossorio — Luzia Vogt — Maria Saura — Marta Armada — Marta Ortí — Marta Pachón — Olivia Monti — Paula Estrada — Peter Hoogeboom — Roberta Ferreira — Rosa Nogués Freixes — Rosa M. Viadé — Shu-Lin Wu — Unai Cariñena — Zita Rodrigues – 26 sept.-31 oct 2013
Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya
C/ Doctor Dou, 7 baixos 1a
08001 Barcelona.
Tel: 93 317 69 06
acc@ceramistescat.org
www.ceramistescat.org
Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya presents "Sincrònic" Alfredo Gómez Aline Berdichevsky Carolina Giner Esther Pi Eva Mazana Isabel Sousa Carvalho Laia Ossorio Luzia Vogt Maria Saura Marta Armada Marta Ortí Marta Pachón Olivia Monti Paula Estrada Peter Hoogeboom Roberta Ferreira Rosa Nogués Freixes Rosa M. Viadé Shu-Lin Wu Unai Cariñena Zita Rodrigues
 
 
Escola d’Art del Treball presents « Jo.Joia » – 3-30 oct. 2013
Escola d’ART del Treball
Comte d’Urgell, 187
08036 Barcelona
 Tel. 93 321 90 66
Fax 93 410 54 34
OFF JOYA : Escola d'Art del Treball presents "Jo.Joia"

01/08/2013

EXPO ‘Delirio & Cordura’ – Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana, Santiago (Chile) – 8 Aout-13 Sept. 2013

Delirio & Cordura – 8-08/13-09 – Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana

Delirio & Cordura - 8-08/13-09
El Centro Cultural Scuola inaugurará el día jueves 8 de Agosto a las 19:30 horas la muestra de Joyería Contemporánea “Delirio y Cordura”. La exposición está conformada por las obras de 26 joyeros, 16 chilenos y 10 de diferentes nacionalidades quienes actualmente están estudiando en la prestigiosa escuela de joyería Alchimia en Florencia, Italia.
Para la muestra, cada orfebre se inspiró en la temática sobre el delirio y la cordura, escogiendo uno o ambos conceptos, por tanto la armonía y equilibrio versus la locura e irracionalidad de las formas, colores, materiales, fueron el motor creativo de cada joya. « Nos gusta mantener delirio y cordura separados mutuamente. Hay espacios para el orden, como las universidades, y también hay momentos para la locura, como el carnaval. Pero ¿Qué pasaría si estuvieran juntos? », es la reflexión que plantearon este grupo de orfebres y que se ve reflejada en este montaje. Cabe recalcar que en esta muestra el trabajo de los diferentes materiales utilizados (plata, oro, cobre, piedras, acrílicos, ceras, cerámicas, entre otros) y técnicas con que se realizó cada joya, dan forma a diversas piezas que destacan por su creatividad, complejidad, manufactura y destreza que trascienden lo meramente ornamental, convirtiéndose en objetos exclusivos y únicos que dan cuenta del estado de la joyería contemporánea.
La exposición estará disponible en la Sala Terracota del Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana del 8 de Agosto hasta el 13 de Septiembre. .
Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana
 
exponen : Carolina GimenoCarolina Hornauer — Claudia Correa — Claudio Pino — Francisco Ceppi — Gabriela Fissore — Maria Eugenia Muñoz — Nicolas Hernandez — Paola Raggo — Paulina Jaschan — Pia Walker — Rafaella Pruzzo — Rocco Napoli — Veronica Perez Artigas — Valentina RosenthalWalka Studio — Yessica Bordon
Carolina Hornaüer -  …”Todos saben bien, seguro, un importante secreto, excepto individuos de un estilo como yo. Nos mecemos en la ilusión de que afuera hay un espacio libre para los fuera de lo común. Es claro el impulso interior y el anhelo de vivir igual que todos. Tu ves que por ejemplo todos los autistas estamos de acuerdo en saber que rodeados de gente estamos solos como nadie en el mundo”…
Carolina Hornaüer -  …”Todos saben bien, seguro, un importante secreto, excepto individuos de un estilo como yo. Nos mecemos en la ilusión de que afuera hay un espacio libre para los fuera de lo común. Es claro el impulso interior y el anhelo de vivir igual que todos. Tu ves que por ejemplo todos los autistas estamos de acuerdo en saber que rodeados de gente estamos solos como nadie en el mundo”…

expo DELIRIO y CORDURA - brooch by ... ?WALKA STUDIOHorn, goldplated brooch

Pia Walker Foto: Karen Clunes
Pia Walker - Foto: Karen Clunes
Paola Raggo y sus "Delirios nocturnos", estarán presentes en la muestra "Delirio y Cordura" Fotografía: Karen Clunes

Paola Raggo y sus « Delirios nocturnos »- Fotografía: Karen Clunes

Carolina Gimeno - muestra "Delirio y Cordura"
Carolina Gimeno
Gabriela Fissore  "De la cordura me quedo con el COR (del latín corazón) Antiguamente se pensaba que en el corazón yacían las facultades de la memoria, era el centro de la vida interior, en donde se ubicaban sentimientos, pensamiento, voluntad. Tres piezas que muestran parte de este corazón. Abstracción de arterias coronarias."
Gabriela Fissore  uno de los colgantes que presento en la expo « delirio o cordura »-  plata, cobre, laca japonesa - « De la cordura me quedo con el COR (del latín corazón) Antiguamente se pensaba que en el corazón yacían las facultades de la memoria, era el centro de la vida interior, en donde se ubicaban sentimientos, pensamiento, voluntad. Tres piezas que muestran parte de este corazón. Abstracción de arterias coronarias. »
Claudio Pino - Interactive Mirror 14k Gold, 925 Silver, mirror, pearls, opals. 2012
Claudio Pino – Interactive Mirror 14k Gold, 925 Silver, mirror, pearls, opals. 2012

 

Sala Terracota del Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana
Avenida Las Flores 12707
San Carlos de Apoquindo
Las Condes – Chile
Mayor información contactar a Ma. Gabriela Castillo Coordinadora Centro Cultural Scuola Italiana cultura@scuola.cl 2 5927544
Lunes a Viernes de 8 a 17 hrs.
cultura@scuola.cl
tel Fono: (56) 02 5927544
www.scuola.cl

02/03/2013

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Matadero’ – Cafe Clara, Munich (DE) – 6-12 Mars 2013

during SCHMUCK :  exhibition « MATADERO » by WALKA STUDIO (Claudia Betancourt + Nano Pulgar)

The MATADERO series, reflects on matters such as death, the relation between body and ornament, the primal origin of corporal ornament and its sacred meaning, associated to the cultures from Latin America and the Pacific Basin.

during SCHMUCK :  exhibition "MATADERO" by WALKA STUDIO (claudia betancourt + nano pulgar)    The MATADERO series, reflects on matters such as death, the relation between body and ornament, the primal origin of corporal ornament and its sacred meaning, associated to the cultures from Latin America and the Pacific Basin.    Place: Cafe Clara, Isabellastraße 8, 80798 München  Dates: March 6th - 12 th. Monday Closed  Opening hours: 11-19 hrs  http://www.walka.cl/proyectos-arte/

« Walka Studio represents duality in all the sense of the word. Claudia Betancourt, intuitive, emotional and profoundly interested in local crafting traditions, and Nano Pulgar, shrewd, rational and highly experimental stand at opposite ends of the spectrum of the creative process. Together they execute a fluid dance which teases the boundaries between art and design. They have a clear notion of the local and a wide, but critical, view of the foreign. And they often engage in clever actions to create a larger and more inclusive audience, intervening public realm and partnering with amicable spaces not traditionally associated to the exhibition of artistic jewellery.
On this occasion, Walka Studio, Cafe Clara and Otro Diseño, bring a Chilean exhibition to Munich, to be one of the many relevant satellite events that surround Schmuck adding true cultural diversity to this international event.
Matadero is the latest collection of the Walka duo. It contains a very specific narrative about Chilean traditional crafting materials, the historical and cultural nexus of the southern cultures of the Pacific Basin and the evolving influence of the conquest of Chile, initiated by the Spaniards in 1541. This narrative, however, is represented in an international language, allowing jewellers and jewellery enthusiasts of all nationalities to understand how this jewellery from across the ocean functions within a mostly western context.
Matadero is a series of necklaces and pendants, jewel categories that step away from the often resorted to European brooch and allude to the prevailing ornament of the Pacific cultures. The series is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin until its evolution into contemporary jewellery; as well as the experimentation with new methods to work the cacho de buey or bull’s horn, a traditional material in Chilean craft that has been worked by Betancourt’s family for generations.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero uses both bull´s horns and hooves which had been part of a previous collection dedicated to the fashion industry, delicately tinted in a faint pink colour for that occasion. The fashionable neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt and rebuilt as entirely new pieces that fascinate and repulse. The newly transformed pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship that was common to many other Latin American countries and which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists from the continent.
The necklaces and pendants in this exhibition also allude to the particular geographical situation of Chile, a long, thin strip in Latin America which is wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes mountain range. Every piece in the series uses soft, comforting supports and laces made of Andean Alpacas. Surprisingly, the pieces are extremely easy and comfortable to wear, once the repulsion produced by the idea of wearing burnt bones has passed. They are soft, light and smoothing. They are made to be used, as that is how they complete their cycle. And they show Walka’s regal acquaintance with fashion and wearability.
Matadero becomes now a synonym for duality: the series blends cultures, materials, processes, meanings and historical periods in an unusual but profoundly skilful way. I am certain that this exhibition will promote an interesting dialogue and exchange among the participants of Schmuck« .  Valeria Siemelink

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka

Nano Pulgar Walka "matadero"Nano Pulgar Walka


 

Cafe Clara,
Isabellastraße 8,
80798 München
Monday Closed  Opening hours: 11-19 hrs

http://www.walka.cl/proyectos-arte/

29/09/2012

EXPO ‘Cromatica’ – Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago (Chile) – 8 Sept.-25 Oct. 2012

JoyaBrava presents CROMATICA

Cromatica, puts together a selection of contemporary jewellery inspired in color, as a starting point. Jewellers are challenged to think about the language of a single colour. As a result, this exhibition shows a composition of fourty pieces, that talk in a variety of voices. Presenting ideas, thoughts, and even critical views.

 Cromatica  Artists: Amenábar Paulina, Antúnez Guillermina, Ávila Soledad, Berguño Virginia, Betancourt Claudia (Walka), Bugueiro Marcela, Céspedes Analya, Constanza Soto, De La Fuente Pamela, Del Fierro Paulina, Durandin Pascal, Fernández Loreto, Fissore Gabriela, Garretón Valentina, González Mariela, Harsanyi Gabriela, Hernandez Nicolás, Honorato Marcos, Hornauer Carolina, Joyce Marin, Labra Pilar, Latorre Paulina, Martínez Valeria, Mendez Carolina, Díaz Mónica, Moreira Camilo, Muñoz Massiel,

Joya Brava es la Asociación gremial de joyeros contemporáneos Chilenos que reúne a 47 socios, los cuales son un referente de la joyería chilena actual.
El objetivo de JoyaBrava es difundir, desarrollar y fortalecer la joyería contemporánea chilena para insertarla en el circuito tanto artístico como cultural. Además de desarrollar vínculos con las diferentes disciplinas que incluyen el diseño como principal inspiración (escultura, artes visuales, arquitectura , diseño industrial , etc)
JoyaBrava es una organización sin fines de lucro que mantiene una plataforma de intercambio para crear, difundir e informar proyectos de Joyería contemporánea, organizar exposiciones y eventos culturales y/o educacionales, además de establecer redes de contacto con otras organizaciones a nivel mundial.

Joya Brava=Asociacion Joyeria Contemporanea Chilena (EXPO Cromatica)

Artists:
Paulina Amenábar  — Guillermina Antúnez  — Soledad Ávila  — Virginia Berguño  — Claudia Betancourt (Walka studio) — Marcela Bugueiro  — Analya Céspedes  — Constanza Soto — Pamela De La Fuente  — Paulina Del Fierro  — Pascal Durandin  — Loreto Fernández  — Gabriela Fissore  — Valentina Garretón  — Mariela González  — Gabriela Harsanyi  — Nicolás Hernandez  — Marcos Honorato — Carolina Hornauer  — Marin Joyce  — Pilar Labra  — Paulina Latorre  — Valeria Martínez — Carolina Mendez  — Mónica Díaz  — Camilo  Moreira — Massiel Muñoz — Ana Nadjar  — Natalia Saldías — Noelle Labharte  — Liliana Ojeda — Ilonka Palocz — Mónica Pérez  — Stefania Piccoli  — Polin Fugón  — Esteban Reszczynski  — Rita Soto  — Cecilia Rocatagliata  — Vania Ruiz  (CasaKiro) — Eduardo Sepúlveda (Hibrida) — Pía Walker .

Carolina Hornauer  Brooch: The inner light #1 2012  Oxidized silver, acrlylic paint  photo by Stefania PiccoliCarolina Hornauer  Brooch: The inner light #1 2012  Oxidized silver, acrlylic paint  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Ana Nadjar - Necklace: Untitled 2012  Steel, feltAna Nadjar – Necklace: Untitled 2012  Steel, felt

Massiel Muñoz - Necklace: Garnet Red Nest 2012 - Silver, horse hair, garnets, thread  photo by Stefania PiccoliMassiel Muñoz – Necklace: Garnet Red Nest 2012 – Silver, horse hair, garnets, thread  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Liliana Ojeda  Brooch: In-habit 2012  Silver plated copper, synthetic enamel  photo by Stefania PiccoliLiliana Ojeda  Brooch: In-habit 2012  Silver plated copper, synthetic enamel  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Soledad Ávila  Pendant: Heart 2012  Copper, japanese laquer, leather  photo by Stefania PiccoliSoledad Ávila  Pendant: Heart 2012  Copper, japanese laquer, leather  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Claudia Betancourt  Pieces: Bloom 2012  Silver, horse hair  Ring and Earrings  photo by Stefania PiccoliClaudia Betancourt  Pieces: Bloom 2012  Silver, horse hair  Ring and Earrings  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Vania Ruiz  Necklace: Picoroco on pearl 2012  Picoroco shell, gold leaf, resin  photo by Stefania PiccoliVania Ruiz  Necklace: Picoroco on pearl 2012  Picoroco shell, gold leaf, resin  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Analya Céspedes  Necklace: Blue Landscape 2012  Lapislázuli, sterling silver, 18k gold, oxidized found metal  photo by Stefania PiccoliAnalya Céspedes  Necklace: Blue Landscape 2012  Lapislázuli, sterling silver, 18k gold, oxidized found metal  photo by Stefania Piccoli

Cecilia Roccatagliata  Ring: Yellow Length 2012  Silver, resin, guitar string  photo by Stefania PiccoliCecilia Roccatagliata  Ring: Yellow Length 2012  Silver, resin, guitar string  photo by Stefania Piccoli

 

 

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Parque Forestal s/n
Casilla 3209 – Santiago
Chile
Telephone: 56-2 49 91 600
website: www.joyabrava.cl
website: www.mnba.cl
mail: info@joyabrava.cl

09/09/2012

Massive Attack* ………..

BIG & BOLD is BEAUTIFUL !

 

Fern Jellyman necklaceFern Jellyman (Elizabeth FERN) necklace

Chen Yan 'Cherry Yan' - felting jewelry -(BIAD)Chen Yan (‘Cherry Chen’) – felting jewelry – (BIAD)

Ming Gu  Necklace: Body Parasite- Miss. Vivi 2012  Silicon, Pigment, Thread  40 × 35 × 26 cmMing Gu  Necklace: Body Parasite- Miss. Vivi 2012  Silicon, Pigment, Thread  40 × 35 × 26 cm

BA Jewellery Design, London, gallery Central St Martins -  Jaeeun Shin, 2009
Jaeeun Shin, 2009 – BA Jewellery Design, London, gallery Central St Martins -
UGA- 3-D Design Class 2008 - 	Stephanie VoegeleStephanie Voegele – UGA- 3-D Design Class 2008
WALKA joyas - jewelryWALKA joyas – jewelry    (WALKA Studio : Claudia BetancourtRicardo (Nano) Pulgar)
Iris Apfel Collection Black Coconut Bracelet 40$ (31€)Iris Apfel Collection Black Coconut Bracelet (to buy at  jewelryaccessories)
Eleanor Bolton - long red necklace  (50m rope necklace) - 2200 £ ...Eleanor Bolton – long red necklace  (50m rope necklace……)

 

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22/08/2010

EXPO ‘Think Twice: New Latin American Jewellery’ – Museum of Arts and Design of New York (USA) – 13 Oct 2010-8 Janv. 2011

Museum of Arts and Design of new York (MAD) – (New York City) -  13-Oct-2010 – 08-Jan-2011 
Think Twice: New Latin American Jewelry Showcases Contemporary Jewelry From The Region For The First Time In a U.S. Museum

« Think Twice: New Latin American Jewelry, presented by the Museum of Arts and Design from October 12, 2010 through January 8, 2011, will feature unique work by nearly 60 jewelry makers, representing over 20 Latin American countries. Among the artists included are the Brazilians Mirla Fernandes, Dionea Rocha Watt, and Claudia Cucchi; Valentina Rosenthal and Walka Studio from Chile; the Argentinians Elisa Gulminelli, Francisca Kweitel, and Silvina Romero; Jorge Manilla, Martacarmela Sotelo and Eduardo Graue from Mexico; and Miguel Luciano from Puerto Rico. 
The show has been guest-curated by the Netherlands-based, Mexican-born architect and historian Valeria Vallarta Siemelink. 
Objects of adornment have played a significant cultural role throughout Latin America’s history, from the spiritually potent jewelry of the pre-Columbians to the eye-catching ornaments worn by Mexican drug gangs to advertise their status and menace. Now a new generation of jewelry makers working outside the field’s conventions are examining how this complex relationship with physical adornment evolved–and why. 
Think Twice aims to bring the audience a clear picture of the landscape of contemporary jewellery in Latin America and its development in the last 10 years, showing the way in which visual artists and jewellery makers born or living in Latin America view and relate, through jewellery, to such a vast and diverse continent. 
The exhibition, conceived by Otro Diseño, is born out of a passion for jewellery as a medium of personal and cultural expression and of the conviction that the fresh, intense and highly creative work of Latin American jewellery makers outstandingly represents and nurtures the culture they live in and therefore greatly enriches and diversifies the international landscape of contemporary jewellery.
“The new Latin American jewelry must be appreciated for what it is. One shouldn’t impose stereotypes or resort to clichés,” says guest-curator Valeria Vallarta Siemelink. “Far from being an imported concept from the West, jewelry-as-art in Latin America is very much a product of the region’s history and its diverse and dynamic modern societies.” 
“This is a very special show,” adds Ursula Neuman, MAD’s jewelry curator. “This jewelry is virtually unknown in the United States. The artists’ realize their sophisticated concepts through intriguing choices of materials and techniques, creating unique works that present a fascinating amalgam of indigenous cultural elements and the latest trends in international contemporary jewelry design.

” To bring clarity to Latin America’s complex culture and history, the exhibition is organized around three themes, addressing the region’s past, its unique fusion of ethnic influences, and its ever-changing socio-political realities. 

History, Memory, Tradition
The tension between tradition and modernity is crucial to Latin American history. Heritage and memory, both personal and collective, are among the subjects expressed by these artists through pre-Columbian and colonial jewelry methods and traditional craft techniques. Take the Colombian Mariana Shuk. She has made a series of rings using traditional ring shanks ordered from mega-jewelry suppliers. She creates a ring by interlacing two identical shanks. Its shape determines which techniques—stone setting, enameling, filigree—she will employ to customize it in the Colombian colonial style. The process has produced a perplexing assortment of rings that confronts past and present, value and insignificance. By contrast, another Columbian artist, Linda Sanchez, creates her jewelry pieces by employing weaving techniques that have been used by an Amazonian tribe since ancient times. 
A Flair for Invention
The artists in this section are some of the boldest jewelry makers anywhere. Skilled at improvisation, they make brilliant use of a rich variety of native materials along with such everyday objects as balloons and drawer handles. A spontaneous attitude and a contrary vision are central to their daring approach. The Mexican Andres Quiñones can make an exquisite choker from sticks of bamboo, a few broken guitar strings, a handful of freshwater pearls and silver wire, all of the materials collected from garbage dumpsters in Mexico City. Colombian Helena Biermann presents Hit the Road, a series of brooches that collect the insects stuck to a car in its 286 km trip from Munchen, Germany to Domaslav, Czech Republic. 
Forging Identity: Latin America as a Source of Inspiration 
These jewelry makers are creating an individualistic language, expressive of who they are and where they come from. Art, religion, money, violence, tradition, family, gender are among the themes that define their lives, uniting their collective and individual identities. Foreign-born artists, who are somehow bound up with Latin America or have had a profound impact upon it, are included in this section. Alcides Fortes, for example, was born in Cape Verde, trained as a gold and silversmith in the Netherlands, and today lives and works in Mexico. He specializes in politically charged jewelry, creating such works as a necklace made out of the porcelain portraits recovered from the graves of a family killed in the Mexican revolution. The piece reveals both an admiration for Mexico’s culture and history as well as a loathing of its corruption, economic disparities, and veiled racism. By transforming the common objects of his native land into fetishized commodities, Miguel Luciano examines how American consumerism has affected Puerto Rican culture. Plantainum, for example, is a series of necklaces and pendants featuring a platinum-covered plantain. The shell is seductive and pristine, but underneath the fruit is rotting. 
Figurative and abstract, conceptual and symbolic, traditional and experimental, contemporary Latin American jewelry is tremendously varied, and it is this diversity that enables it to communicate its ethnicity and to transcend it. » (Klimt02)
Artist list:
Mirla Fernandes (Brasil),Kehisha Castello, Helena Biermann (Col.), Tota Reciclados (Arg.), Udi Lagallina (Bresil), Martacarmela Sotelo (Mex.), Kika Alvarenga (Brasil), Silvina Romero (Arg.), Elisa Gulminelli (Arg.), Zinna Rudman, Célio Braga, Martha Camargo, Maria Paula Amezcua, Magali Anidjar (Arg.), Walka Studio (Chile), Mauricio Lara, Gabriela Horvat (Arg.), Jorge Castañón, Nilton Cunha, Jimena Rios, Thelma Aviani, Alcides Fortes (Cape verde), Samantha Fung, Alex Bourttiea, Marie Pendaries, Renata Porto, Martha Hryc, Teresa Margolles, Paula Isola, Beate Eismann, Aurelie Dellasanta (CH), Giselle Morales, Fiorenza Coredro, Francisca Kweitel (Arg.), Alina López, Ana Paula Campos, Dionea Rocha Watt (Brasil), Eduardo Graue (Mex.), Mariana Shuk (Col.), Stella Bierrenbach, Hugo Celi, Luis Acosta, Isel Mendoza, Dani Soter, Linda Sánchez (Col.), Andrés Fonseca, Ana Videla, Alex Burke, Benjamin Lignel, Alejandra Agusti, Lucia Abdenur, Claudia Cucchi (Brasil), Chequita Nahar, Ariel Kuipfer, Ximena Briceno, Julieta Odio, Guigui Kohon (Esp.), Nuria Carulla, Santiago Ayala, Carlos Martiel, Jorge Manilla(Mex.).

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Silvina Romero (Argentina)

EXPO Think Twice - Mirla FernandezMirla Fernandes (Brasil) – necklace

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Celio Braga, Brazil

AURÉLIE DELLASANTA - Switzerland/Mexico - Suicide Brooch, 2007 Painted metal, gilded metal, paper  (THINK TWICE)Aurelie Dellasanta – ‘suicide brooch’ 2007 painted metal, gilded metal, paper

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 Francisca Kweitel (Arg.)

guigui kohon -   Basuradejoyería 2010.Guigui Kohon -’Basura de joyería’ – Jewelry waste 2010

Chequita  Nahar - brooch - Think Twice: New Latin American Jewellery at the MAD NYC - Chequita Nahar Lontai – brooch, 2010, oak, porcelain, string

EXPO 'Think Twice: New Latin American Jewellery' - Museum of Arts and Design of New York (USA) - 13 Oct 2010-8 Janv. 2011 dans Amerique Latine dans Andres FONSECA (Col.)
 

 

 

 

 

Kika Alvarenga (Bresil)

 Jorge Manilla - Palabras ( Think Twice)Jorge Manilla – ‘Palabras’

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Jorge Manilla – necklace ‘de votos y ex-votos’

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Dionea Rocha Watt (Brazil) – ‘Vanitas’ – image made with silver dust

 dans Aurelie DELLASANTA (CH)Claudia Cucchi (Brazil) – Brooch-  Untitled 2005 – Silk, perspex, nylon, emerald

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Elisa Gulminelli (Argentina) 

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Udi Lagallina (Brasil) – brooch

Gabriela Horvat, Necklace, 2009Gabriela Horvat, Sin titulo necklace 2009

Jorge Castañon, Dos cuencos brooch - nickel silver and woodJorge Castañon, Dos cuencos brooch – nickel silver and wood

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Martacarmela Sotelo (Mex.) – collares linea ropa- proceso lineas ropa mezclilla roja

Marta HRYC - "aplastada"Marta HrycAplastada – Plata, algodon. 2009

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TotaReciclados (Arg) (Marcela Muñiz + Valeria Hasse)

 

Museum of Arts and Design of New York (MAD)
2 Columbus Circle (59th Street and Broadway)
NY 10019 – New York City
United States
Telephone: 212.299.7777
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Joyeros Argentinos

 

24/03/2010

EXPO ‘Walking the Gray Area’ Galeria Emilia Cohen, Mexico – 15 April-15 Mai 2010

Walking the Gray Area : A dialog on global mobility, identities and contemporary jewellery

Walking the Gray Area will premiere at Galeria Emilia Cohen in Mexico City, within the frame of the Gray Area Symposium Mexico 2010.

EXPO GRAY - Andrea Wagner Piece- Greener Grass on the Other Side 2010
Andrea Wagner Piece- Greener Grass on the Other Side 2010 – papier maché, silver, paint

Contemporary jewellery, with its exceptional ability to communicate and create associations directly connected to specific cultural and personal settings and backgrounds seems to be circumscribed to a rather westernized discourse. It has become necessary for contemporary jewellery-makers to rethink the ways they connect with others.

40 artists, from an uncertain total number of  involved countries, take a walk on the gray area and explore,  through the already ambiguous field of contemporary jewellery,  issues related to global mobility, identity and territories in dispersion and the way they perceive and have been affected by this phenomena during their rambling around the world.
Walking the Gray Area is a collective, comissioned exhibition curated by Valeria Siemelink and Andrea Wagner, that bring together 20 Latin American and 20 European jewellery makers and artists who ocationally work with jewellery as a medium, into a dialogue about jewellery, global mobility, contemporary identities and its personal and/or collective implications.

The curators of Walking the Gray Area, selected each 20 artists from their respective continents:  Latin America and Europe. The artists were individually selected based on their artistic excellence, technical abilities and creative response to various subjects. As a collective, the group was conformed based on the on the tensions between their discourses and practices, their varied and experimental approach in the use of materials and techniques and on the rich possibilities that lay on the exchange among them. There is, however, one thing that all the invited artists have in common : like the curators, they are or have all been migrants; born in one place, living, working or studying in another one.

The artists work in couples and were paired randomly: the names of the Latin American artists were written on a piece of paper, which was folded and placed in a bowl. The same was done with the names of the European artists. The curators had fun taking turns to pick a name from one bowl and pairing it with a name from the other bowl. 20 couples were formed and, for the last six months they carried out a dialogue through the pages of a weblog specially created for this purpose. The artists conducted their dialogues in ways they find interesting or relevant: exchanging conversations, stories, images and even materials. Besides their periodical postings in the blog, the artists exchanged letters and parcels through the post, organized Skype sessions, phoned and even meet in person. The weblog has allowed the artists to reach a diverse, distant and growing audience, having attracted over 10 thousand visitors from nearly 90 countries.

Through the exchange both artists and curators aimed to respond to a variety of questions: How do they respond to changing definitions of mobility, locality, globalism, migration?  How do the changing conceptions of identities relate to their being and practice? How do they reconcile their roots with their routes? What kind of exchange can take place between artists from areas of the world where contemporary jewellery is perceived and dealt with in such different ways? How can they relate to and diverse, moving, fast changing audience?

EXPO GRAY - Helena Biermann Angel- Piece- Sabor a Ti 2010 EXPO GRAY- Agnieszka KNAP- Necklace- The Grass is Not Greener on the Other Side of the Fence 2010EXPO GRAY- Alejandra Solar - piece 2010EXPO GRAY- Carolina HORNAUER - necklace 'el Coleccionista' 2010

Helena Biermann Angel-  set of pendants  ‘Sabor a Ti’ 2010 – glass vials, fruit seeds, quartz, cotton, wood box
Agnieszka KNAP- Necklace- The Grass is Not Greener on the Other Side of the Fence 2010- silver, copper, enamel
Alejandra Solar – piece 2010 – wood, print, cotton pendants
Carolina HORNAUER - necklace ‘el Coleccionista’ 2010 Hair, cotton, fresh water pearls, patina, steel, cooper, enamel, magnets, burnt wood, silver, stone

EXPO GRAY- Peter HOOGEBOOM - pi 2010' necklace- Ceramics, nyEXPO GRAY- Theri Tolvanen-  brooch 'Chenonceau'Mirla Fernandes 'Riv Anda Hit' 2010 - latex, pigments -EXPO GRAY -EXPO GRAY- Valentina Rosenthal -necklaces.jpg

Peter HOOGEBOOM – pi 2010′ necklace- Ceramics, nylon, alpaca, gold leaf
Terhi Tolvanen- Cherry wood, paint, beads, gold, silver – brooch ‘Chenonceau’
Mirla Fernandes ‘Riv Anda Hit’ 2010 – latex, pigments
Valentina Rosenthal - Silver, wood, nails, glass, porcelain, bronz, mirror, enamel necklaces 

 

Artists:
Miguel Luciano (puerto rico) & Leonor Hipolito (portugal), Ketli Tiitsar (estonia) & Chequita Nahar (surinam), Karin Seufert (germany) & María Constanza Ochoa (colombia), Célio Braga (brazil) & Gemma Draper (spain). Carla Castaigo (portugal) & Valentina Rosenthal (chile), Francisca Kweitel (argentina) & Nelli Tanner (finland), Maria Jose Fabrega (costa rica) & Agnieszka Knap (poland), Andrea Wagner (netherlands) & Carolina Hornauer (chile), Susanne Klemm (netherlands) & Samantha Fung (venezuela), Jorge Manilla (mexico) & Christoph Zellweger (switzerland), Luzia Vogt (switzerland) &  Thelma Aviani (brazil), Terhi Tolvanen (finland) & Guigui Kohon (argentina), Helena Biermann Angel (colombia) & Hanna Hedman (sweden), Mia Maljojoki (germany) & Alejandra Solar (mexico), Mirla Fernandes (brazil) & Kajsa Lindberg (sweden), Dani Soter (brazil) & Sebastian Buescher (uk), Ineke Heerkens (netherlands) & Julieta Odio (costa rica), Walka Studio (chile) & Natalie Luder (switzerland), Eduardo Graue (mexico) & Peter Hoogeboom (netherlands), Jantje Fleischhut (netherlands) & Andres Fonseca (colombia).

Karin SEUFERT- Piece '9 Brooches'  2010- pvc, cotton, steel, silver
Karin SEUFERT- Piece ’9 Brooches’  2010- pvc, cotton, steel, silver

Gemma Draper 01
 Gemma Draper – Electroformed Copper, Enamel and Wood – 2008

Galeria Emilia Cohen
Palmas 1320
Lomas – Mexico City (Mexico)
Tel : +52 55 5281 0009
Tel : +52 55 5281 0029
mail: info@otro-diseno.com
website: http://www.emiliacohen.com/