EXPO ‘A Lifetime » project, 2014’ – PIN sstudio, Kaohsiung City (Taiwan) – 28 Nov.2015 – 5 Mars 2016
Empreinte : trace laissé par une personne. 40 artistes issus du monde du bijou contemporain, de la céramique et du verre laissent leur empreinte à ALLIAGES. Ils nous dévoilent leurs rêves et nous laissent voir leur monde imaginaire.
Impression : trace left by a person. 40 artists from the world of contemporary jewelery, ceramics and glass to leave their mark at ALLIAGES. They reveal to us their dreams and show us their imaginary world.
Impressions, the permanent exhibition at Alliages, renewed continously.
Opening next Friday April 24th, 18:30 / Vernissage vendredi 24 avril à 18h30
(collier Jee Hye Kwon)
80333 Munich – Germany
Do.-So. 11-17 h
Tel.+49 89 18921101
Contact: Yu-Ping / Heng
SCHMUCK 2014 – Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014
Ni Hao ! - 10 contemporary jewellery artists from Taiwan
The emerging Taiwan-based art jewelry group “Bench 886” is scheduled to present their works at Schmuck 2014 Munich Germany Jewelry Fair, showing the rich variety of their artistic energy on the international stage which is regarded as the Oscars in art jewelry
Heng Lee - Floral Embroidery- Pixel serie – back of a brooch (detail)
exhibiting at the British Craft Trade Fair – 7th-9th April 2013 - Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery @ Stand 413
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery – kaleidoscope serie - Strawberry – Bracelet/ Brooch Felt, Polyester
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery 雨曦織品珠寶 - 2012 - Brooch Felt, Polyester
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery 雨曦織品珠寶 - 2012 - Silver: Ka14-0L/ Purple: Ka14-1L Bracelet/ Brooch Felt, Polyester
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery – 2012 – Blueberry Jellyfish Object/ Brooch
Yu-Ping Lin Textile Jewellery 雨曦織品珠寶 Zen (Ka10-0F) Bracelet/ Brooch Felt, Polyester, Silk
In concurrence with « Verona Tessile », an event in Verona dedicated to textiles, this exhibition aims to enhance and foster the culture of wearable art jewelry made entirely or in part of textile, introducing body ornaments which combine either high technological or manual skills with research and innovation
SIERAAD Art Fair, international jewellery design fair – 01.Nov.2012 – 04.Nov.2012
This year the poster will feature a ring by Serin Oh from Korea, one of the winners of the biennial international design contest New Traditional Jewellery 2010: True Colours. After the great success of last year another delegation of Korean contemporary jewellery designers will be present at the fair this year – definitely something to look forward to because in our Western eyes these artists give a unique interpretation of their cultural history.
Uk Collect_ive stand 35, a new generation of UK Art Jewellers, with Farrah Al-Dujaili – Laura Bradshaw Heap – Melanie Codarin — Katie Lees — Yu-Ping Lin — Grace Page — Natalie Smith — Anna Wales
1014 DD – Amsterdam – Netherlands
Telephone: 00 31 (0)33 4337009
mail: email@example.com on FB : https://www.facebook.com/pages/SIERAAD-Art-Fair-international-jewellery-design-fair/106391316050449?ref=hl
ALL PARTICIPANTS here
with, among them :
Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Firenze Italy:
Valentina Caprini IT — Andrea Coderch Valor ES — Patrick Davison GB — Catalina Gibert Nadal ES — Sam Hamilton IR — Dinah Lee USA — Weronika Marek PL — Izabella Petrut RM — Giulia Savino IT — Anna Helena van de Pohl de Deus USA
‘NEW NOMADS’ New Traditional Jewellery 2012
More Info: http://www.newtraditionaljewellery.com
For the 2012 design contest and exhibition the professional jury of New Traditional Jewellery (NTJ) has chosen the theme ‘NEW NOMADS’, because both literally and figuratively this theme offers many possibilities for inspiration.
the professional jury of New Traditional Jewellery (NTJ) at (hard !) work ….
The history of jewellery is as old as mankind. While people went in search of parts with the best living conditions they carried their valuables with them, wearing them on their bodies. Jewellery that represents economic and social status, as it still does nowadays in the case of nomadic tribes. The dissemination of religions went hand in hand with an unprecedented range of religious jewellery and ornaments, ranging from small containers for religious texts to reliquaries and portable altars.
To this day, jewellery made of stable materials like gold and gems is the guarantee for your ‘ticket home’ in times of crises or when you have to flee from high-risk areas. Due to the global financial crisis prices of this so-called ‘flight gold’ have skyrocketed. Is there an alternative? Nowadays there are quite different streams of migrants but the principle is the same: people in search of parts with better living conditions. The whole world is on the move, from refugees to tourists, from emigrants to employees of multinationals. And you don’t even have to get up from your chair: Skype e.g. has made videoconferencing into a social medium.
NTJ asks contemporary professional jewellery designers to build bridges between the traditional jewellery of e.g. nomads, pilgrims, explorers, globetrotters, refugees or colonists and possible symbols bearers representing the mobility of the ‘NEW NOMADS’. Check the attachments for conditions and criteria.
all nominees New Nomads:
Ariane Ernst D — Alejandra Solar Mex — Auk Russchen NL — Barbora Dzurakova SK — Casey Fenn UK — Dana Hakim IL — Daniela Malev D — Edu Tarín ES — Hee Won Kang ROK — Heng Lee RC — Hester Popma-van de Kolk NL — Jie Sun CN — Judy McCaig UK — Juliane Keßler D — Katharina Dettar D — Laila Smith UK — Leon Mommersteeg NL — Maria Hees NL — Matthew+Amanda Caines UK — Maryvonne Wellen NL — Minna Karhu FIN — Noa Liran IL — Patricia Domingues P — Peter Vermandere B — Petra Bole SLO — Raewyn Wash NZ — Ricarda Wolf D — Robean Visschers NL — Roseanne Bartley Au/NZ — Sang-Hee Park ROK — Saskia Govaerts B — Sina Wassermann D — Sung-Min Jung ROK — Tabea Reulecke D — Verena Klette D — Vernon Bowden NZ –
the exhibition “New Nomads” will be then shown in MMKArnhem (museum for Modern Art in Arnhem) , November 24. – January 27. 2013!
The next exhibition will be published after the summer.
Maria Hees (NL) – Necklace: foam, porcelain, rubber
Roseanne Bartley (AU/NZ)
Noa Liran (IL)
100 INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERS WHO HAVE EXHIBITED WITH THE GALLERY OVER THE LAST SIXTEEN YEARS HAVE BEEN INVITED TO EACH ENTER AN EXUBERANT CELEBRATORY RING INTO A FLAMBOYANT COMPETITION, THE WINNER TO BE DECIDED BY PUBLIC VOTE. VOTING AUTOMATICALLY ENTERS YOU TO WIN A £100 KLJ VOUCHER.
« Things are flourishing in the jewellery garden ….giant porcelain cabbage necklaces, cut glass ‘Wine Leaf’ brooches, overblown bright blue enamel blossom jewels…
With an international reputation for showcasing the best in radical contemporary jewellery, Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, based at Salts Mill since 1996, marks her sixteenth birthday with flair! Flourish exhibits a fantastical array of art jewellery selected from around the globe.
From Dutch artist Nina Sajet’s surreal transformation of cabbages and sprouts into fine porcelain neckpieces, to South Korean Seulgi Kwon’s marvellous delicately tinted intricate silicone organisms that come to life when touched and worn. Textile inspired Francisca Bauza from Germany and Mallorca presents vibrant enamelled floral necklaces whose folds in metal and crimped edges mimic material; Yu-Ping Lin from Taiwan creates playful Origami inspired textile brooches that mutate into bracelets and back again – like jewellery ‘Transformers’- they can be worn in a myriad of different ways!
Additionally 100 international jewellers involved with the gallery over the last sixteen years have been invited to each enter an exuberant celebratory ring into a flamboyant competition called FlourishRing! Visitors to the gallery will be able to vote for their favourite by trying it on and being photographed modelling it. These photos will then become part of a growing installation on the walls of the gallery. The FlourishRing that gets the most public votes during the exhibition will win £250.
The gallery has represented a host of fantastic jewellers over the years including many renowned award winning UK and international art jewellers for instance Jacqueline Mina, OBE who is a Jerwood Prize winner, Georg Dobler twice winner of the Herbert Hoffman Prize – the most prestigious international art jewellery award, Adam Paxon – winner of the Jerwood Prize and the Herbert Hoffman prize and Malcolm Morris who created the tiaras worn by Gwyneth Paltrow in ‘Shakespeare in Love’.
Kath Libbert, the gallery’s founder and curator says: ‘’We are honoured that these celebrities of the jewellery world are all going to be taking part in FlourishRing along with many new creative talents. I can’t wait to see what they each come up with!!”
Artists taking part in FLOURISH are: Akiko Kurihara, Germany/Japan; Seulgi Kwon, South Korea; Mari Iwamoto, Japan; Katja Schlegel, Germany; Nina Sajet, the Netherlands; Francisca Bauzá, Germany/Mallorca; Märta Mattsson, Sweden; Réka Fekete, the Netherlands/Hungary; Yu-Ping Lin, UK/Taiwan. Additionally 100 International jewellers who have exhibited with the Gallery of the past 16 years at Salts Mill will be taking part in FlourishRing an exuberant celebratory competition, the winner to be decided by public vote.
KATH LIBBERT JEWELLERY GALLERY
2ND FLOOR, SALTS MILL, SALTAIRE, BD18 3LA – UK
TEL: 01274 599790
OPEN DAILY 10 – 5.30 MON – FRI and 10 – 6 AT WEEKENDS
COLOR is MORE
With the help of the creations of 16 artists/designers iii-gallery will be turned into an explosion of color
Suzanne Esser — Falabrac — Pia Wustenberg — Misun Won — Thanh Truc Nguyen — Sabine Muller — Christiane Grinat — Dorit Schubert — Jimin Kim — Yu Ping — Julia Reymann — Sofia Schaffstein — Claudia Rinneberg — Ana Hagopian — Mei Lee
Yu-Ping Lin- Textile Jewellery
« The collection tends to focus on inspiration from nature, the notion of folding and pleating, architectural structures, interaction with people and seduction of pattern and colour; the original pleasure captured by the structure of organisms and forms inherent in nature. I utilize the architectural construction and paper-folding technique to accomplish my ideas. The fabric is coloured by hand painting and digital printing. In addition, every piece of my work can show various appearances when people interact with it. »
Yu-Ping Lin ‘BANYAN TREE’