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25/06/2016

EXPO – SCHOOLS exhibitions (during AJW) – Athens (GR) – 30 Juin-3 Juill. 2016

ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2016

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3 students/SCHOOLS exhibitions will be organized by ‪#‎Anticlastics‬ during the 1st Athens Jewelry Week (29/6-3/7 2016)

 

MOKUME

#Mokume Jewelry School
11 Ag. Dimitriou str. Psiri
OPENING: THURSDAY 30/6, 18.30-21.30
Dates: 30/6-3/7,
opening hours: Thu. 18.30-21.30, Fri. 12.00–18.00, Sat-Sun. 11.00-16.00
MOKUME school, participates in ATHENS JEWELLERY WEEK 2016, with a series of installations taking place inside its workshops. The purpose of the intallations is to shed light to the story behind each piece/adornment presented: the concept that gave birth to it and the process of its production.
The vital lab space, where the jewelry designer/maker captures the initial idea and proceeds to its implementation, becomes the backdrop of the exhibition. Photographs, video art, and work by selected school graduates frame the event  and broaden our perception of what is jewelry.
MOKUME STUDIO” was founded in Thessaloniki in: 1987 – 88 with one goal: The Vocational Training of the students in Silversmithing and Jewellery Design.
In 1992 – 93, MOKUME opens a new branch in Athens, after an innovative and successful course. The same year Mokume becomes a member of F.E.D.E., (Federation Europeene Des Ecoles), the European branch of Education of U.N.E.S.C.O. In 1994, the shareholders and the management of Mokume schools, submit an application, for the recognition of the programme of studies in the Greek Ministry of Education, which was approved. Since then, both schools are the unique “Private Vocational Training Institudes” in Silversmithing ( in the sectors of: Handmade Jewellery, Casting Jewellery and Jewellery Design ) recognised by the Ministry of Education.
Nowadays, Mokume school’s goal is to encourage their students to approach an artistic view in jewellery, apart from the manufacturing one.
http://www.mokume.gr/en/
‪ https://www.facebook.com/Mokume-319672161466656/

 

Pump Up The Volume / Έκθεση σύγχρονου κοσμήματος / 30/6 -3/7 2016

#‎AnammaStudio: Pump Up The Volume
Underflow (record store & art gallery) / 39 Kallirois Av. Syngrou Fix
OPENING THURSDAY 30/6: 21.00
Dates: 30/6–3/7, opening hours: 11:00-21:00
info@anamma.gr
www.anamma.gr
 facebook page
Music sets the rhythm and vinyl becomes the material; or the other way round. Music becomes the material and vinyl sets the rhythm for 17 improvisations on contemporary jewelry; tango-like brooches, rock-inspired necklaces, electro-bracelets. Tap your foot to the beat, prick up your ears and take a look on what’s happening when sound becomes the reason and starting point of inspiration. Seventeen creators and 17 music tracks “playing loud” in an exhibition that won’t leave anyone at peace: Pump Up The Volume.
Participants: Jenny Antonopoulou — Maro Vasileiadou Ariadni GaitaniIoanna Grigoriou Ioanna Dimitrakopoulou Roula Kallinikou Maria Koutmani Angelos Konstantakatos Angeliki Madi Sevi Mavrelou Mary-Zoe MoustakoudiElli Xippa Yakinthi Oikonomou Elena Pappa Anna Pervolaraki Penny StroumbouChrisa Hatzikonstantinidou
 

 

Chalkis jewelry school

#Chalkis Jewellery School - Eric Robbert :“Chalkis-memory imprints”
Yiali / 5-6 Makrigianni str, Acropolis
OPENING: SATURDAY, 02/7, 20.00
Dates: 30/6-3/7,
opening hours: Thur-Sat. 10.00-13.00 & 17.00-20.00, Sun. 10.00-14.00
Chalkis Art school was founded in 1978 by mayor Ioannis Spanos and painters Chariklia and Dimitris Mytaras. It was one of the first art schools to be established in Greece and instigated the creation and foundation of other such schools in other municipalities of Greece.
Adding to the established annual student exhibition, the art school takes part in important exhibitions in many cities of Greece, as well as abroad.
The “Eric Roberts Jewellery School” of “Chalkis Art School”, came to be in 2000 after having received the following precious donation. The largest part of the workshop equipment is a result of the contribution of the wife of renowned jewellery designer Eric Robbert who loved Chalkida and the work of the art school; preserving and expanding cultural heritage.
The aim of “Eric Roberts Jewellery School” is to establish a creative contemporary jewellery hub in Chalkida, where imagination, artistic techniques and pursuits of people wanting to take a creative direction in their lives, are given prominence to.
“Eric Roberts Jewellery School” exhibits its work every two years in Chalkida as well as in galleries in Athens.
Facebook page
(The sense of absence and the presence of memory. An exhibition on jewellery, without jewellery.)
The “Eric Roberts Jewellery School” of the “Chalkis Art School” is participating in the 2016 Athens Jewellery Week with a non-classical approach. The focus is on the procedure, on the presentation of the journey from the idea, memories and emotions to the elements of display and the final composition.
We are interested in the world that lies behind the implementation of forms, the environment in which the idea develops, how this idea is shaped through the study of materials which are transformed, thus reaching the completion of the form; the final piece of jewellery.
This project derived from the city of today’s Chalkis and the fact that it is slowly losing the traces of its past. The past is still present in the memories of the people, but at the same time there is pain at the indifference to the loss of collective memory and values. Questions and thoughts are imprinted in matter, models, texts on the subject and photos. These elements give the opportunity to start up a conversation and exchange opinions, aiming at public awareness on the issues of history, memory, culture and identity.

 

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05/07/2010

la Méditerranée comme lien de création …. petit tour par la GRECE

l’Expo est passée, mais j’aime cette idée (étant moi-même profondément méditerranéenne…) de la Méditerranée comme lien entre des créateurs et des créations …..

exposition « Terra di Mezzo – il Gioiello Contemporaneo incontra il Mediterraneo » (Pescara, Italy, juin 2009)

http://www.pin.pt/pin2/images/stories/agenda/2009_06TerradiMezzo_02_g.jpg

…….. Et plein de créateurs GRECS à découvrir,que je ne connais pas encore !! :-)

la Méditerranée comme lien de création .... petit tour par la GRECE dans Adrean BLOOMARD (IT) robanvelika
Nenad Roban (Croatia) necklace (voir plus sur Flickr)

The artists that have joined the project are: Amandine Meunier (Morocco), Estela Saez Vilanova (Spain), Marc Monzó (Spain), Yiannis Siotis (Greece), Ljudmila Stratimirovic (Serbia), Anda Klančič (Slovenia), Alidra Alic,  Andre de la Porte (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Ramon Puig Cuyas (Spain), Augousta Themistokleous (Cyprus), Constantinos Kyriacou (Cyprus), Polytimi Nikolopoulou (Greece), Adrean Bloomard (Italy), Rallou Katsari (Greece), Selen Ozus (Turkey), Maud Traon (France), Sophie Robbe (France), Rana Mikdashi (Lebanon), Frederic Braham (France), Nenad Roban (Croatia), Pilar Cotter Nuńez (Spain), Ammal Labib (Egypt), Marijana Zebelijan (Montenegro), Petra Bole (Slovenia), Natasa Grandovec (Slovenia), Romi Bukovec (Slovenia), Fabrizio Tridenti (Italy), Giovanni Sicuro (Italy), Maria Rosa Franzin (Italy), Mirjana Rankovic (Serbia), Rossella Tornquist (Italy), and Maurizio Stagni (Italy).

   

aglea2-big dans Alidra ALIC (DK)
Rana Mikdashi  (Liban) ‘Algae’ serie – ‘clearing’ earrings, silver, fired enamel -
« On the beaches of Tyr there are huge black rocks, which become covered by vibrant green algae in May.  »

[poly1.jpg]poly+2 dans Amandine MEUNIER (FR)
Poly Nikolopoulou (GR) brooches

http://www.pin.pt/pin2/images/stories/agenda/2009_06TerradiMezzo_04_g.jpg
Maud Traon (FR) – bague ……. bleue comme la mer !

« The main topic of the event is the Mediterranean as the “sea between lands, border and connection sea between these lands”.
The Mediterranean is the line where north-west and south-east of the world meet and a crucial area for the future of humankind.
This point of contact may become, as the writer Samuel Huntington says, “the starting point for dialogue between civilisations”, where common features are mixed with differences and the respect for “diversity” is based on understanding and knowing other people’s nature.
Each community should learn from the others and teach to them: it is possible to break the “game” aiming at creating monolithic cultures only through these connections.
This was probably not understood in the past, but now a defined direction should be outlined and followed to achieve this objective.
Therefore, the “voice” of the Mediterranean is not coming from the past, but from the future, according to that balance between land and sea, belonging and freedom, where a living model does not demonize our need for establishing links or our need for freedom.
If it is true that hope is in the future, then assigning this message to an extremely contemporary and innovative art expression can help us achieving this objective.
This is the reason why Contemporary Jewellery was selected, as this is a sector of advanced research and experimentation halfway between design and tradition, as an expressive language to disseminate this message.

Through Contemporary Jewellery research, it is possible to highlight and give value to the cultural diversities characterising all communities living around the shores of this Sea.
This project has several purposes: promote the cultural heritage that has always characterised the Municipality of Nocciano, i.e. its Medieval Castle and Picture Gallery beyond the regional and national borders.
At the same time, this event includes the possibility to create a tourist-cultural movement between the Mediterranean Village and Nocciano, which are a few km far from each other.  »

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Rallou Katsari (GR) – ring

EXPO Mediterrannee
Augousta Themistokleous (Cyprus) (page du catalogue)

 

BOOK :
The exhibition catalogue includes the contributions by Rita Marcangelo – president of the Contemporary Jewellery Association (AGC) of Trento, Bianca Cappello – jewellery historian from Milan, Rita El Khayat – awarded with the Palma per la Pace and official patroness of the Mediterranean Games, and Ivan D’Alberto, director of the MAAAC of Nocciano

EXPO - Terra di Mezzo – il Gioiello Contemporaneo incontra il Mediterraneo- catalogo
Terra di Mezzo – il Gioiello Contemporaneo incontra il Mediterraneo
Pescara: 2009 – 44 pp

n827530180_4159920_8827 dans Argiris AGGELOPOULOS (GR)
Yiannis Siotis - ‘Naturally Natural’ – Back Piece – Necklace

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Autres créateurs GRECS découverts :

* Loukia Richards (découverte sur le blog d’Amy tavern)
tout un travail naïf, attendrissant, méticuleux, basé sur les techniques textiles, couture, broderie… une « petite Pénélope » des temps modernes …..

137290 dans Artemis VALSAMAKI (GR)137289 dans Augousta THEMISTOKLEOUS (CY)
’17th Century Embroidery Interpretation ‘ cuffs, silk, cotton, pearls -  Embroidery sewing
Triple knecklace  – silk cotton semi precious stones gold and silver elements and plastic

« My work is inspired by old-fashioned activities such as sewing and embroidering. I admire how children transform ordinary materials into valuable assets and try to pay tribute to their game. I use natural materials – silk, wool, cotton, semiprecious stones. I produce small quantities because I work on my own. Every piece is unique and tells a story: of a couple meeting, a flower garland, and happy home. I search for vintage materials – buttons, textiles, stones. I want my jewellery to be funny but also detail orientated. I often use old garments, buttons and stones just to show that every material can carry a memory and still have a second life. » (Loukia Richards) (on CraftsCouncil page)

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Theodora Pantazopoulouearrings

(découverte sur le blog d’Amy tavern)

 

* la galerie Sagiannos (Athènes)
Makriyianni 3, Makriyianni, Athens, 18742
tel : 210/362-58223

 

* sur le site WEB de « MY PRECIOUS« , destiné à promouvoir le bijou contemporain GREC :
voir, entre autres,  Argiris AGGELOPOULOS :  (j’aime surtout sa série de bijoux mariant argent et textile), Christina NIARCHOU (TRES beaux bijoux de papier)

32189_1344248884006_1164764452_30824004_4056714_n dans BOOKS / BIBLIO27801_1314396697720_1164764452_30752018_7272804_n dans Christina NIARCHOU (GR)
Christina NIARCHOU – bague & bracelet

christina niarchou alternative jewellery
Christina NIARCHOU necklace

   
   

Argiris AGGELOPOULOS (GR) bracelet - oxidised silver, textileArgiris AGGELOPOULOS (GR) necklace - oxidised silver, textile, citrine
Argiris AGGELOPOULOS (GR) bracelet – oxidised silver, textile
Argiris AGGELOPOULOS  (GR) necklace – oxidised silver, textile, citrine

* of course,  Melanie GEORGACOPOULOS dont je vous ai déjà parlé , avec ses perles revisitées :

9622_167289865688_565065688_3277197_398095_n dans Chryssa DAMIANIDOU (GR)

(voir article :  COUP de COEUR ! Melanie Georgacopoulos – Deconstructing the pearl necklace)

 

* M C P- Maria Christina Papaleontiou

2657_58729799126_55579249126_1477197_3000089_n dans Constantinos KYRIACOU (CY)
M C P- Maria Christina Papaleontiou  jewelry – AMAZING !!! :-)

* Maria APOSTOLOU, découverte sur « kit&caboodle » – j’aime beaucoup ce mélange « naïf », « enfantin » d’argent brodé de coton rouge …… un joli « coup de rouge’ ! :-) allez voir son site !

photo dans COUP DE COEUR
Maria APOSTOLOU-  felted ring – silver, felted merino wool   –  red thread earrings

Chryssa Damianidou, who just had an exhibition of her jewelry at the Municipality Gallery of Mykonos (from 25 june to 1st July 2010 : « QUEENS » exhibition )

18379_1276242999684_1638259298_708674_6928298_n dans Dora HARALAMBAKI (GR)28835_1408222739095_1638259298_984028_41485_n dans Estela Saez VILANOVA (ES)
Chryssa Damianidou necklaces

* Artemis Valsamaki :

Earrings<br /> Silver, image applied on wood, amethyst, cat’s eye<br /> 2009<br /> Photo: Myrsini Mokka » src= »http://www.myprecious.gr/wp-content/uploads/1240428163.jpg » width= »259″ height= »203″ /><img alt= Silver, thread, image applied on wood, agate, mother-of-pearl, amethyst
2009
Photo: Myrsini Mokka » src= »http://www.myprecious.gr/wp-content/uploads/1240428231.jpg » width= »264″ height= »202″ />
Artemis Valsamaki - Earrings – Silver, image applied on wood, amethyst, cat’s eye 2009 – (Photo: Myrsini Mokka)
Artemis ValsamakiPendant – Silver, thread, image applied on wood, agate, mother-of-pearl, amethyst 2009 - (Photo: Myrsini Mokka)

* Dora Haralambaki : récemment découverte, avec ses bijoux en porcelaine

Ring<br /> Earthenware clay with underglaze stains<br /> 2009<br /> Photo: Dora Haralambaki » src= »http://www.myprecious.gr/wp-content/uploads/1284481046.jpg » /><br />
<font size=Dora Haralambaki – Ring – Earthenware clay with underglaze stains  2009

 

 

* ECOLES : voir le réseau Européen, avec les écoles « Galileo School » à Athènes, le « Mokume Institute » à Thessalonique (dont je vous avais déjà parlé, cf article Projet Européen «Quand la pierre brute devient bijou !» 2009) et la « DIEK jewellery school » à Volos.

20/02/2010

Projet Européen «Quand la pierre brute devient bijou !» 2009

Cet article pour exprimer toute mon admiration -et mon encouragement!- à ces jeunes et à leurs créations qui sont « notre futur » ! :-)

EXPO - Bijoux Européens - afficheEXPO - bijoux europeen affiche 3EXPO - bijoux europeen affiche 4 - bijoux de marbre

Le projet « Quand la pierre brute devient bijou ! » est soutenu par l’Union Européenne, à travers le programme Comenius. 8 écoles de bijouterie en Europe sont partenaires de ce projet pour engager leurs lycéens à un travail européen de prospection de minéraux ou matériaux bruts, de création de bijoux à partir de ces éléments, de rédaction de chroniques dans le journal lycéen Le Mur et sur les sites web. Une exposition collective itinérante présente chaque année les recherches et les créations de ce projet.

L’exposition est itinérante à travers l’Europe, et la première présentation a lieu au musée de la Cité de l’Or de Saint-Amand Montrond. Les pièces seront ensuite exposées en Belgique (Namur et Anvers, Février 2009), au Portugal (Porto, mars 2009), en Slovaquie (Kremnica, avril 2009), en Lettonie (Liepaja, mai 2009) et en Grèce (Thessalonique, juin 2009).

Pour la création de ces bijoux, les lycéens de chaque école ont prospecté des matériaux bruts dans leur propre pays : 
Les lycéens français ont travaillé sur des silex prospectés lors d’une expédition minéralogique en canoë sur des îles au bord de la Loire.
Les lycéens belges d’Anvers ont travaillé sur des diamants bruts, et ceux de Namur sont allés dans une mine de marbre noir à Mazy en Wallonie.
Les lycéens du Portugal ont travaillé sur l’ardoise prospectée dans la Serra de Valongo,
ceux d’Italie dans les carrières d’ardoise de Gênes.
Les lycéens de Lettonie ont ramassé des morceaux d’ambre sur les plages de la mer baltique,
ceux de Slovaquie ont travaillé sur des quartz recherchés dans leur région de Kremnica.
Les lycéens grecs de Thessalonique ont prospecté des morceaux de marbre blanc sur les sites de Kavala et Thassos.

8 écoles partenaires du projet en Europe :

Belgique
* SIHA – Stedelijk Instituut voor Handel en Ambachten  -  Anvers

* IATA – Institut des Arts, Techniques et Artisanats  -  Namur
France
* Lycée professionnel Jean Guéhenno  -  St-Amand Montrond

Italie
* Istituto Benvenuto Cellini   - Valenza

Portugal
*Escola Secundaria Soares dos Reis  -  Porto

Grèce
* Mokume Institute  -  Thessalonique

Lettonie
* Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza  -  Liépaja

Slovaquie
* Škola Uzitkoveho Výtvarnictva  -  Kremnica

** pour les ECOLES en EUROPE, consulter le site  http://www.moveart.org/ **

oeuvres présentées sur  :  http://www.le-mur.fr/bijoux_europeens/2009/expo2009.html

Belgique - namur - IATA - Institut des Arts, Techniques & Artisanat - Charlotte Clavie  Lycée Guéhenno  St Amand Montrond - Jean Madeline GRECE - MOKUME Institute - Thessalonique- Vagia Kefalogianni

Belgique – Namur – IATA Institut des Arts, Techniques & Artisanat – Charlotte Clavie – collier
France – St Amand Montrond  – Lycée Guéhenno  – Jean Madeline - bague (?)
Grèce  - Thessalonique – MOKUME Institute – Vagia Kefalogianni – pendentif

 lettonie - Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza - (ambre) - Katrina BitereEXPO - bijoux europeen- lettonie - Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza - (ambre) - Kristaps Biters lettonie - Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza - (ambre) - Marta Balode

Lettonie -Liépaja -  Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza – Katrina Bitere (bague – ambre)
Lettonie -Liépaja -  Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza – Kristaps Biters (bague – ambre)
Lettonie -Liépaja -  Liepajas Lietiskas Makslas Koledza – Marta Balode (collier – ambre)

 slovaquie - Škola Uzitkoveho Výtvarnictva - Alica Mlynarcikovà ITALIE - Istituto Benvenuto Cellini - Valenza - Alexandru Fatu Bogdan PORTO - Escola Secundaria Soares dos Reis - Sara Sousa

Slovaquie – Kremnica – Škola Uzitkoveho Výtvarnictva – Alica Mlynarcikovà – bague
Italie - Valenza -Istituto Benvenuto Cellini -  Alexandru Fatu Bogdan - collier
Portugal – Porto – Escola Secundaria Soares dos Reis – Sara Sousa - bracelet

 

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