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16/07/2013

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

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

Planed by Yong-il Jeon, Professor at Kookmin University

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

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

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

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

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

 

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National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MOCA), Korea.
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05/08/2011

Annual MARZEE selection of GRADUATE WORK JEWELLERY 2011 (NL) – 7 Aout-24 Sept. 2011

SELECTION of WORKS to see HERE

Brooch, electroformed copper. Gold plated Jade Drakes and her dogs – Brooch, electroformed copper. Gold plated

Satita Rojpojjanarat (from Alchimia) -  brooch, textile, magnet- «Thai clouds» Satita Rojpojjanarat and her « Thai clouds »

 Nadege Roscoe-RumjahnNadege Roscoe’s intimacies

(THANKS to Alchimia blog for pictures !)

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Alla Malova Guy - necklace Post Fossil 2011, ceramics, metal chain, flocking, epoxy resin, iron, magnet – Switzerland, Geneva, HEAD

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Antje Stolz – necklace Steinlos I (Stoneless) 2010, stone veneer, enamel lacquer, oxidised silver, lead, coral cement  – Germany, Idar-Oberstein, Fachhochschule Trier

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Agata Bartos – necklace Storytellers – Precious Buttons 2011, porcelain, epoxy resin  – Netherlands, Arnhem, ArtEZ

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Bell Zhou – necklace Protect 2011, glass, silver, gems, paint, seed, copper, yellow plastic thread, steel  – Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology

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Andrêa Martins - brooch Shadow of Truth 2011, silver, cord, fishing line  – Portugal, Senhora da Hora, ESAD

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Marine Stampfli - bracelet Paradoxes 2011, silver, cotton, resin  – Switzerland, Geneva, HEAD

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Satita Rojpojjanarat – brooch 2011, silk, nylon, magnet  – Italy, Florence, Alchimia, Scuola di Gioielleria

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Hanna Liljenberg (MA) – brooch 2011, black paper, shellac, silver  – Sweden, Gothenburg, HDK

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Alice Bo-Wen Chang (MFA) – necklace Bodyspace/bodyscape series 2011, silver, gold plated copper, copper  – UK, Edinburgh College of Art

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Mariko Sumioka (BA) – necklace Bamboo Necklace 2011, oxidised copper, enamel on copper, kimono, gold-plated steel cable  – UK, Edinburgh College of Art

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David Choi (MA) – brooch 2011, steel, oxidised silver  – USA, New Palz, State University of New York (SUNY)

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Younghee Hong – brooch Drawn to Nature #2 2011, polymer filament, plastic price tags, silver – USA, Bloomfield Hills, Cranbrook Academy of Art

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Anne Achenbach - necklace Kuh (Cow) 2011, zinc coated steel  – Germany, Dusseldorf, Fachhochschule

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Sachiyo Higaki – necklace 2010, wood, thread  – Germany, Idar-Oberstein, Fachhochschule Trier

and ………..

Marcos Guzman (BA), Catherine Da Costa (BA), Inari Kiuru (BA), Bin Dixon-Ward (BA), from Australia, Melbourne, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)  –  Marleen Henot, Sofie De Bakker, Hannes Groffy, from  Belgium, Hasselt, Provinciale Hogeschool Limburg — Ren Kai, Liu Xiao, from China, Beijing, Central Academy of Arts — Alena Hesounová, Karla Olsáková, from  Czech Republic, Prague, AAAD Academy of Art, Architecture and Design — Kadi Kübarsepp, Liina Lõõbas, Katrin Kosenkranius, Kadi Kübarsepp, from  Estonia, Tallinn, Eesti Kunstakadeemia — Krista Ruohonen, from Finland, Lappeenranta, South Carelia Polytechnic — Marie Masson, from France, Limoges-Aubusson, l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Art (ENSA) — Julie Connellan (MA), from  Ireland, Dublin, The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) — Laura Alvarado, Ricarda Tesch, from  Germany, Dusseldorf, Fachhochschule — Sabine Conrad, from Germany, Idar-Oberstein, Fachhochschule Trier –  Hyoun Jung Sung, from Germany, Halle, Burg Giebichenstein, Hochschule für Kunst und Design –  Stefan Heuser, from Germany, Munich, Akademie der Bildenden Künste — Laura Rittlinger (BA), Michaela Prange (BA), Yasutaka Okamura (BA), from Germany, Pforzheim, FachhochschuleYael Nissan, Rotem Fishler, from Israel, Ramat-Gan, Shenkar College of Engeneering and Design — Keren Grinfeld, Shir Pins, from Israel, Jerusalem, Bezalel — Carissa Hsu, from Italy, Florence, Alchimia, Scuola di Gioielleria — Makoto Tachihara, Koji Toyama, Haruka Masuda, from Japan, Tokyo, Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry — Morgane de Klerk, Atsuno Takase, Benedikt Fischer, Marina Elenskaya, from Netherlands, Amsterdam, Rietveld AcademieJie Sun, from Nederlands, Amsterdam, Sandberg Instituut — Iris Verstappen, from Netherlands, Maastricht, Academie Beeldende Kunsten — Jessica Winchcombe, Julia Middleton, from New Zealand, Porirua, Whitireia Polytechnic –  Ilse-Marie Erl, from New Zealand, Auckland, Aotearoa, Unitec — Typhaine Le Monnier (MA), Maria Emília Martinho (BA), from Portugal, Lisbon, AR.COJi-hye Lee, Jihyun Lee, Heon-Joo Ji, Heejoo Kim, from South Korea, Seoul, Kookmin UniversityMaría Saura Estruch, María Sol González Martínez, from Spain, Barcelona, Escola MassanaBarbora Hainzová, from Slovakia, Bratislava, Academy of Fine Arts and Design — Malin Peter (BA), Xiang Dai (MA), Charlotte Maslov (BA), Mikael Sellersjö (MA), from Sweden, Gothenburg, HDKKatrin Spranger (MA), from Sweden, Stockholm, KonstfackHannah Fewtrell-Bolton, Xiaohan Ren, from UK, Birmingham Institute of Art and Design BIADJenny Laidlaw (MA), Vershali Jain (MA), from UK, Edinburgh College of Art — Ruth Reifen, Mariah Tuttle, from USA, Providence, RISDAllyson Bone (MA), Allison Ullmer (MA), from USA, New Palz, State University of New York (SUNY) –

many mant THANKS to Gallery Marzee for their pictures !!!

Galerie Marzee
Lage Markt 3
6511 VK Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Phone +31 24 3229670

Fax +31 24 3604688

15/04/2011

EXPO ‘Mediterraneo’ – Museo di Storia Naturale del Mediterraneo, Livorno (IT) – 12-19 Avril 2011

 MEDITERRANEO

INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION OF CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY

la Provincia di Livorno con il Museo di Storia Naturale in collaborazione con il Gruppo Toscano dell’AGC (Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo) e il Garden Club sezione Livorno, hanno organizzato un nuovo capito legato ai gioielli contemporanei sul tema del Mediterraneo.

EXPO 'Mediterraneo' - Museo di Storia Naturale del Mediterraneo, Livorno (IT) - 12-19 Avril 2011   dans AGC Italia copertina1_2_2

Per questa occasione sessanta artisti (designer del gioiello contemporaneo) di tredici paesi differenti, dall’ Italia a Singapore, dalla Russia a Gerusalemme si confrontano con il Mediterraneo, il “Mare Nostrum” da sempre punto ideale di incontro, contaminazione di idee, culture, linguaggi e tradizione, un luogo dove le differenze hanno sempre rappresentato la sua ricchezza e l’ essenza stessa della sua civiltà. Cultura ed arte affinchè il “Mediterraneo” continui a rappresentare attraverso un autentico dialogo ed una convinta accettazione della convivenza, tra la compresenza e interazione degli opposti, un bacino di crescita per la società contemporanea. Gli artisti, partecipando a questa manifestazione, arrivano alle sponde del “ pensiero mediterraneo” e attraverso le loro identità, con la luce,i colori, i miti, i segni della storia e delle tradizioni, elaborano un linguaggio condiviso ed aperto alle diversità accrescendo, così, la consapevolezza della necessità di una coerenza propositiva nell’ambito della cultura del gioiello contemporaneo che ne garantisca una propria funzionalità storica.

E’ previsto un premio di 1000 euro rivolto agli artisti fino ai 35 anni di età che sarà aggiudicato dall’ opera più rappresentativa della tematica legata al Mediterraneo.

 (GRAZIE al web « seroxcult-oggi in italia« per l’informazione e la LISTA degli artisti !)
Farrah Al Dujaili — Susanna Baldacci — Graziano BarzettiFrancisca BauzaDoris Betz — Elena Bonanomi — Narciso Bresciani — Luciano Capossela — Valentina Caprini — Dania Chelminsky — Andrea Codervalor — Coral CohenTrinidad ContrerasFabio Corsini – Frances d’Antree — Corrado De Meo — Laura De Tanti — Valentina Della Rosa — Anja Eichler – Michela Silvana Farano — Nicoletta FrigerioFrancesca Gabrielli – Carlotta Gambineri — Amira GattasTamara GrunerHeidemarie Herb — Serena Holm — Younghee Hong Annamaria IodiceAnastasia KandarakiRallou KatsariAline KokinopoulosClaire LavendhommeEuik yung Lee — Ina Lee — Ji Liu — Angelo Lomuscio — Leonora Laura Lucani — Gerti Machacek — Maria Mamkaeva Cristina Marti MatòJudy Mc CaigKatharina MochViktoria MunzkerGular Mustafa — Alja Neuner — Ariel Matias OrtegaStefano PalestiniLiana Patthis – Barbara Pepe — Marco Picciali — Christine Richard – Walter Romani — Marco Sardi — Giulia Savino — Chiara Scarpitti — Xinzi Song — Sonia Spano — Maurizio Stagni Chiara Trentin — Jessica Turrell — Anna Van de Pol — Ingeborg Vandamme — Karen Vanmol — Gabi Veit — Federico Vianello — Lada Vosejpkova

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l’articolo di Giulia Mantelli in « Arte e Arti Magazine » , anche se MOLTO interessante, non dice di chi è questo gioiello ! :-( se qualcuno mi lo sa dire ……

 dans Aline KOKINOPOULOS (FR)
Euik Yung Lee

(Ma menomale che Valeria Accornero dil web « gioiellocontemporaneo » è la !!! fotografie E di chi sonno ! LUSSO !! GRAZIE Valeria ! :-) )

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Francesca Gabrielli 

 dans Amira GATTAS (FR)
Trinidad Contreras

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Francisca Bauza

 

Museo di Storia Naturale
Livorno (IT)

18/03/2011

TALENTE 2011 – during SCHMUCK, Munich (DE) – 16-22 mars 2011

where ? Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich (Munich, Germany)

Over 500 students and graduates from leading colleges around the world applied to exhibit in the special show TALENTE. A total of 96 young designers from 28 countries were chosen and invited to exhibit their works in TALENTE. The most interesting submissions will be awarded the TALENTE Prize on Saturday 19 March 2011. 

 

Selected participants for Talente 2011 :
Jewellery :
Farrah Al-Dujaili, Großbritannien/UK
Rachel Bell, Neuseeland/New Zealand
Aline Berdichevsky, Spanien/Spain
Eleanor Bolton, Großbritannien/UK
Roberta Burchardt, Schweden/Sweden
Yung-huei Chao, Taiwan, Saudi-Arabien/Taiwan, Saudi-Arabia
Nicolas Cheng, Schweden, Hong Kong /Sweden, Hong Kong
Marielle Debethune, Frankreich, Spanien/France, Spain
Matthias Dyer, Deutschland/Germany
Maaike Ebbinge, Niederlande/The Netherlands
Carolina Gimeno, Chile, Spanien/Chile, Spain
Sachiyo Higaki, Deutschland, Japan/Germany, Japan
Younghee Hong, Südskorea, USA/South Korea, USA
Samantha Kelly, Neuseeland/New Zealand
Vinit Koosolmanomai, Thailand
Nadine Kuffner, Deutschland/Germany
Hyorim Lee, Südkorea/South Korea
Zhao Li, Belgien, China/Belgium, China
Hanna Lundborg, Schweden/Sweden
Carolina Martinez Linares, Deutschland, Kolumbien/Germany, Columbia
Jasmin Matzakow, Deutschland/Germany
Timothy McMahon, USA
Veera Metso, Finnland/Finland
Mel Miller, Australien/Australia
Natalia Milosz-Piekarska, Australien, Polen/Australia, Poland
Nick Mullins, USA
Rosa Nogués, Spanien/Spain
Deborah Rudolph, Deutschland/Germany
Kvetoslava Flora Sekanova, Neuseeland, Slowakei/New Zealand, Slovakia
Wen-Tzu Sun, Taiwan
Lilli Veers, Deutschland/Germany
Li-Chu Wu, Taiwan, Großbritannien/Taiwan, UK
ceramics : (I saw) Vivi Touloumidi, Deutschland/Griechenland – Germany, Greece  

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Aline Berdichevsky (membre de Bórax08001 ) ‘Reconstruction’ brooch

TALENTE 2011 - during SCHMUCK, Munich (DE) - 16-22 mars 2011 dans Aline BERDICHEVSKY (MX) Brooch-II-300x225
Carolina Gimeno (membre de Bórax08001 )

image16 dans Allemagne (DE)
Farrah Al-DujailiNecklace – Copper, enamel paint, watercolour pencil, thread2010

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Zhao Li - ring ‘Finding Neverland’- textile, plastic, silver

Greyrope_mainimage dans Carolina MARTINEZ LINARES (Col.)
Eleanor Bolton - Necklace: Grey Coiled Rope 2010 dyed cotton rope and yarn

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Marielle Debethune – série ‘Carapace’

 

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Timothy McMahon (US) – Necklaces 2010

medousa_web_2 dans Concours / Competition

 

Vivi Touloumidi – ‘Medousa’ fine silver , email , steel

 

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Younghee Hong (USA/South Korea)-  ‘Unconscious #1′-  brooch- cable ties

Carolina-Marti%CC%81nez-Linares-3 dans Eleanor BOLTON (UK)
Carolina Martinez Linares

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Li-Chu Wu paper brooch

 

Talente 2011
Internationale Handwerksmesse Munich
Max-Joseph-Str. 4
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: 089 5119-293
Fax: 089 5119-245
website: www.hwk-muenchen.de

 

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