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#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (51) – Ice Cream Crush – Bulgarian Jewellery Now – Del Fiore Gelato, Munich (DE) – 9-14 Mars 2017

(51) Ice Cream Crush – Bulgarian Jewellery Now

This is the first group exhibition showcasing one of the most exciting Bulgarian jewellery designers working now. Boldly experimenting with materials and forms, they achieve exquisite details, marvellous stories and timeless joy through their pieces.
United by the space – a very special ice cream shop Del Fiore Gelato – their exhibition is an invitation for a pleasant surprise. It will be a jewellery crush from first sight.
Organisers: Studio Komplekt
(51) Ice Cream Crush - Bulgarian Jewellery Now

#51 Ice Cream Crush ~ Bulgarian Jewellery Now - Emilia Emileva__bananas(Emilia Emileva – bananas)

with :   Angelina Tsvetkova Jewellery – Antoaneta Ramjuly – Emilia EmilevaEvgeniya Tsancova Jewelery – Serendipity — Katerina Serbezova – Silvia Chaneva –  Velislava BozhinovaVictor Pavlov Jewellery – Zwetelina Alexieva –  Yana Tankovska design 

 Evgenia Tsankova, Yana Tankovska Blick - 51 Ice Cream Crush Evgenia Tsankova, Yana Tankovska BLICK

 Silvia Chaneva - (BG) In order to express my aesthetic sense in making jewellery, I use simple geometric shapes and play with their movements and transformations. I try to achieve natural appearance and artistic spontaneity.: Silvia Chaneva

Ice Cream Crush – Evgeniya Tsancova: Evgeniya Tsancova  Disconnections

Ice cream crush - 2 / 9 Zwetelina Alexieva, photography by Sava Chapanov: Zwetelina Alexieva, photography by Sava Chapanov

Ice Cream Crush – Velislava Bozhinova: Velislava Bozhinova

Studio Komplekt   –  Ice Cream Crush – Antoaneta Ramjuly: Antoaneta Ramjuly

Ice Cream Crush – Victor Pavlov -refracted spaces-  I love working with metals. Much of my education is dedicated to the subject of metal, so I know its properties, uniqueness and quality. It makes me feel good when handling the various types of metals.: Victor Pavlov – refracted spaces



Del Fiore Gelato
Königinstraße 37
80539 München, Deutschland

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EXPO ‘Hellweis, schwarz und grün’ – Ariane Hartmann Gallery, Hagen (Germany) – 28 Avril-15 Juin 2013

Hellweis, schwarz und grünBright white, black and green

at Ariane Hartmann – Werkstattgalerie. zeitgenössischer Schmuck & Design  (Hagen, Germany)

Hellweis, schwarz und grün -   Artists: Pia Sommerlad, Zwetelina Alexieva, Isa Skolny, Thomas Giesen  - Place: Ariane Hartmann - Werkstattgalerie. zeitgenössischer Schmuck & Design  (Hagen, Germany)  28-Apr-2012 - 15-Jun-2013    website:  mail:


Artists:  Pia Sommerlad –  Zwetelina Alexieva –  Isa SkolnyThomas Giesen
Pia Sommerlad ringsPia Sommerlad rings
Pia Sommerlad -   Earrings: Mafleur  Agate, silver oxidatedPia Sommerlad -   Earrings: Mafleur  Agate, silver oxidated
Zwetelina Alexieva  Necklace: Twin pollens 2010  Silver, hematite  90 x 10 cm  DetailZwetelina Alexieva  Necklace: Twin pollens 2010  Silver, hematite  90 x 10 cm  Detail
Eppenhauserstrasse 14
58093 – Hagen
Telephone: +49 (0) 173 – 77 13 988
Telephone: +49 (0) 2331 – 30 66 543
Fax: +49 (0) 2331 – 30 66 543


EXPO ’3 from Sofia’ – Galeriehaus Grosche, Castrop-Rauxel (Germany) – 16-30 Juin 2012

3 from Sofia : Zwetelina Alexieva, Dimitar Delchev, Nikolay Sardamov

EXPO '3 from Sofia' - Galeriehaus Grosche, Castrop-Rauxel (Germany) - 16-30 Juin 2012 dans Allemagne (DE) 0139f860a3

Zwetelina Alexieva
I think about my pieces the way I think about living things.
Some of them have a skeleton and a skin, others have twigs and leaves. Some have similar building schemes, but none of them are identical.
The process of making is like growing an organism. I use wax wires and elements to build a structure and to form a shape. My pieces emerge slowly and are sometimes intricate. They need a patient observer and time to be appreciated.

Dimitar Delchev
The inspiration for my works I get from different sources, mostly, from the nature. I’m also getting my inspiration from stores like Bauhaus, Praktiker etc. The transformation of lifeless nets, pipes and other industrial stuff into something else brings about emotions and joy in a playful mode.

Nikolay Sardamov
Butterflies with wide spread wings and beetles with long feelers are arranged in a circle with legs next to each other and form brooches, pendants, rings and bangles. They also occur individually, as an ear stud sitting on the tip of the ear, or as a pin, nonchalantly crawling on the lapel. The insects are their own silhouettes: silver shadows, sometimes gilded or blackened. They sit in symmetric ornaments which grow into three dimensional constructions and resemble flowers in bloom. The beetles and butterflies turn into petals.

And the secret of the garden? Its flowers can spread their wings and fly away.

Nikolay Sardamov  Brooch: The Secret Of The Garden  Gold  Photography: Mladen PenevNikolay Sardamov  Brooch: The Secret Of The Garden  Gold  - Photography: Mladen Penev

Zwetelina Alexieva  Brooch: Red  Plastic foil, silver  Photography: Angel PenchevZwetelina Alexieva  Brooch: Red  Plastic foil, silver  – Photography: Angel Penchev

Dimitar Delchev  Brooch: Red  Plastic, silver  Photography: Angel PenchevDimitar Delchev  Brooch: Red  Plastic, silver  – Photography: Angel Penchev








Galeriehaus Grosche
Karlstraße 20
44575 – Castrop-Rauxel
Telephone: 02305 – 92 10 92


EXPO ‘The RING’ – TESTA gallery, Sofia (BG) – 12-27 Mai 2012

THE RING - jewellery exhibition

TESTA gallery’s exhibition will present rings by 16 jewelers, each of whom will show three to six pieces.

The Ring - Sofia (BG)

Participants: Angelina Tsvetkova — Antoaneta Petrova — Atanas Konstantinov — Bogdana Topreva — Vanya Dimitrova — Viktor Pavlov — Dimitar DeltchevDora HaralambakiEvgeniya TsankovaEmanuela Deyanova — Kalina Tchankova — Neva BalnikovaNikolay SardamovSabrina Hauser — Teodor Lultchev — Zwetelina Aleksieva

The exhibition wil open on May 12th, Saturday, at TESTA gallery, 8 Shishman St, from 12 pm to 6 pm, and will run through May 27th.

Simply an adornment, vanity, or an object to wear with a specific message, the ring has the potential to say a lot of things. Inspired by different aspects of life and the world around us, it can show attitude and require attitude, express position, surprise and stimulate both the mind and the feelings. Used as a symbol of power, social status, or religion, in contemporary times the ring is to a greater extent an expression of one’s own identity. Regardless of whether it is made of silver, gold, platinum and precious stones or alternative materials used in unpredictable ways, the ring is eager to say: “I love you, I am beautiful, I am rich, I hate you, I come from Ireland or Austria, I have enough, I am taken, I am funny, I am scared, I am important, I can’t help you. I am.”

 EXPO 'The RING' - TESTA gallery, Sofia (BG) - 12-27 Mai 2012 dans Bogdana TOPREVA (BG) THE-RINGEmanuela Deyanova – ring « shaving » – synthetic hair, paint, felt, silver

Emanuela DeyanovaEmanuela Deyanova – ring »5 ways to paint in red » – paint, felt, aluminium, silver, synthetic hair

Neva Balnikova

 Neva Balnikova ‘Ugly’ – polymer clay, silver electroforming, amethyst

Sabrina Hauser, ring "Palma"Sabrina Hauser, ring « Bali » – silver, oxidised

Evgeniya Tsankova - "tied" - aluminium, cottonEvgeniya Tsankova – « tied » – aluminium, cotton
Evgeniya Tsankova, "Tied"  Materials: aluminium, cottonEvgeniya Tsankova, « Tied »  – aluminium, cotton
Vanya Dimitrova – Ring « Colourful captured memories » – Coat powdered copper, textile, rubber
Bogdana ToprevaBogdana Topreva – « nature » – silver, moss
Bogdana Topreva - "nature" - silver, mossBogdana Topreva – « nature » – silver, moss
Dimitar DeltchevDimitar Deltchev - aluminium, balloon
Teodor LultchevTeodor Lultchev – « Communication » - sterling silver, steel
Dora HaralambakiDora Haralambaki - « my country my sea » – glazed porcelain

  Nikolai Sardamov ringsNikolai Sardamov rings

Victor PavlovVictor Pavlov



TESTA gallery
8 Ulitsa Tsar Shishman
Sofia, Bulgaria 1000
tel 00 359 88 764 8973



EXPO « White – Gold – Porcelain » – Ariane Hartmann Werkstattgalerie, Hagen (DE) – 11 Mars-28 Avr. 2012

The words WHITE – GOLD – CHINA build an associative chain. Each term generates its own memories. The achromatic color white stands for purity – innocence – virginity – infinity.

Gold, the noble metal with his unique flair – wealth.

Porcelain – the white gold is a special material in contemporary jewelry. The unusual technique to burn china with silver, chains to be made of porcelain and the virtuosity of the ramification in silver.

Anna Kiryakova (BG), Violaine Ulmer (F) and Zwetelina Alexieva (BG) show works on the subject at Ariane Hartmann workshop gallery of contemporary jewelery and design.

violaine3 dans Anna KIRYAKOVA (BG)

Violaine UlmerBroche Paysage – Porzellan Silber

violaine1 dans Ariane HARTMANN (DE)violaine4 dans ceramique

Violaine UlmerBagues « Galet » – Porzellan Silber

anna-kiryakova-circles-2012-1 dans GALERIES

Anna KiryakovaKette White Circles 1 – Porcelain Silver

  kiryakova2 dans Violaine ULMER (FR)

Anna Kiryakova - Brooch « Red Ant » – Porcelain Silver

 ring "twin", silver, rock chrystalZwetelina Alexievaring « twin », silver, rock chrystal





Ariane Hartmann – Werkstattgalerie. zeitgenössischer Schmuck & Design
Eppenhauserstrasse 14
58093 – Hagen – Germany
Telephone: +49 (0) 173 – 77 13 988
Telephone: +49 (0) 2331 – 30 66 543
Fax: +49 (0) 2331 – 30 66 543


EXPO ‘SODAmore summer 2011′ – SODA, Istanbul (TR) – 24 Juin-26 Aout 2011

SODAmore Summer 2011 : Contemporary Art Jewellery Exhibition

SODAmore YAZ 2011 : Çağdaş Mücevher Sanatı Sergisi

Once more SODA brings together a group of contemporary artists who use different colours, materials and themes to exhibit their work for the SODAmore exhibition this summer.

“SODAmore Summer 2011: Contemporary Art Jewellery Exhibition,” which was also organized last year, will host many new international artists. This show will challenge you to forget the old contours and styles you were once used to, to be swiftly replaced by deserving contemporary art.

Including approximately 70 pieces, the exhibition will present prominent artists of Contemporary Art Jewellery which has become an acclaimed area of interest for international art collectors who use various materials like glass, metal, rubber, plexiglass, wood, paper, plastic and ceramic.

The exhibition hosts artists Zwetelina Alexieva, Ara Kuo, Ritsuko Ogura, Selen Özus, Lina Peterson, Nikolay Sardamov, Michihiro Sato, Salima Thakker, Flora Vagi and Tanel Veenre. Some rings are made from hairbrushes while some bracelets are carved out of cardboard; ultimately the exhibit will surprise you and make you question the definition of “precious” jewellery.
Michihiro Sato

EXPO 'SODAmore summer 2011' - SODA, Istanbul (TR) - 24 Juin-26 Aout 2011 dans Ara KUO (Taiwan) 269952_220998064599170_100000669351542_738911_2052587_n
Selen Özus
Selen Özus – thoughtful
Flora Vagi
Zwetelina Alexieva – black plastic brooch
Zwetelina Alexievanecklace « twin pollens », detail – silver, hematite
Lina Peterson
Ritsuko Ogura
Tanel Veenre
Nikolay Sardamov




Şakayık SOkak No: 37/1 34365 Nişantaşı
Istanbul, Turkey


EXPO ’3×2=Schmuck’ – Galerie Mangold, Leipzig (Germany) – 13 Sept.-13 Nov. 2010

Artists: Nikolay Sardamov, Dimitar Delchev, Zwetelina Alexieva

They represent three generations and exhibit often together: the three jewellery makers from Sofia show works, inspired by classical techniques like a jour, forging, welding, in precious metals, and on the other hand exploring the decorative qualities of other materials like rubber and plastic.
Dimitar Delchev (Bulgarie) - ‘Layer 20′

EXPO '3x2=Schmuck' - Galerie Mangold, Leipzig (Germany) - 13 Sept.-13 Nov. 2010 dans Allemagne (DE) delchev_07
Dimitar Delchev
Zwetelina Alexieva- red brooch, plastic, silver

IMG_2010_01_23_0335 dans Dimitar DELCHEV (BG)
Zwetelina Alexieva- necklace « comma », silver, hematite

sard_01 dans Exposition/Exhibition
Nikolay Sardamov
Nikolay Sardamov – soft construction


Galerie Mangold
Thomaskirchhof 17
04109 – Leipzig


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