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09/05/2017

EXPO ‘Worthless’ (during AJW 2017) – IOS22 Creative Gallery, Athens (GR) – 19-21 May 2017

ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2017

AJW 2017 on Facebook

19/05 :  19.30 : opening : “Worthlessby Arkivet Collective (group exhibition)
@IOS22 Creative Gallery
Dates: 19/5 – 21/5

AJW 2017 - 19-05 : 19.30 : opening : “Worthless” by Arkivet Collective

Welcome to the opening of The ARCHIVEs exhibiton « Worthless » opening Friday the 19th of May 19.30 at Gallery IOS22 in collaboration with ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2017

http://athensjewelryweek.com/
http://www.arkivet.info/

ARKIVET (the Archive) is a group of Norwegian artists consisting of Putte H. Dal, Hilde Dramstad, Elsie-Ann Hochlin, Camilla Luihn and Heidi Sand.
As jewelry artists they each have their artistic distinction. What they have in common is that they like to apply a theme based and conceptual approach to their craft. Since their debut as a group in 2014 they have had numerous exhibitions both in Norway and abroad.
ARKIVET sets out to investigate, through their individual works, different angles on how jewelry may work as a medium to promote dialogue in society today. Projects are developed through discussion and research with a common wish to bring jewelry as an artistic expression into contemporary society. As an example ideological, socialist, capitalist or ecological values may be analysed and processed through jewelry to artistic expression that fosters reflection.
The jewelry materials, artistic idiom and narrative content discusses concepts in the context of sitespecific exhibition design. For each project ARKIVET reaches out to interdisciplinary collaborators such as musicians, writers and philosophers, and ARKIVET also publishes annual publications.
In the WORTHLESS project the group wishes to explore how worth or value is perceived in today’s society. What makes something valuable? What is worthless? ARKIVET promotes a visual and mental association space for a discourse about the social and economic mechanisms that govern what is considered valuable. ARKIVET emphasizes the communicative aspects of jewelry and chooses to reveal something about human dignity, political aspects, self-esteem and the environment. 

Putte H. Dal - "Idle Wandering" Pendant Machine parts, stopper, brass, aluminium, steel Putte Helene Dal  - « Idle Wandering » Pendant Machine parts, stopper, brass, aluminium, steel

 Hilde Dramstad - "Transit" Pendant Ash, plaster, silver, sponge, wood, lacquerHilde Dramstd – « Transit » Pendant Ash, plaster, silver, sponge, wood, lacquer

Heidi Sand  "Good for Nothing"  Pendant Silver, laminate, plastic-coated steel, nylon threadHeidi Sand  « Good for Nothing »  Pendant Silver, laminate, plastic-coated steel, nylon thread

Elsie-Ann Hochlin  "Grab Them by the Pussy"  Brooch Chessmen, brass, hemp thread, paperElsie-ann Hochlin  « Grab Them by the Pussy »  Brooch Chessmen, brass, hemp thread, paper

Camilla Luihn  "The Aleppo Piece. Fragments of a broken country"  100 Brooches Enamel, copperCamilla Luihn  « The Aleppo Piece. Fragments of a broken country »  100 Brooches Enamel, copper

 

 

IOS22 Creative Gallery (art + architecture)
Tzaferi 10, 11854, Gazi  – Athens (GR)
tel. (+30) 210 3460710
www.ios22.comopening hours: Friday: 12.00 – 21.00, Saturday: 11.00 – 19.00, Sunday: 11.00 – 17.00

 

08/05/2017

EXPO ‘+Apantima’ (during AJW 2017) – Krama School, Athens (GR) – 19-21 May 2017

ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2017

AJW 2017 on Facebook

19/05 :  18.00 : opening : +Apantima

@Krama School of Contemporary Jewelry 
Dates: 19/5 – 21/5

KRAMA school

 The group exhibition +apantima, will take part in AJW
Artists names : Nella Vlachou / Poly Nikolopoulou / Yiannis Siotis

Exploring, experimenting, expressing.
Feeling, transforming, communicating.
Embracing.
The human body.
The simple objects.
The subconscious.
The spur of the moment.
Different but together for beautiful and ugly, for good or for bad..

Yiannis Siotis  "Fragments - The Birth" -  Pendant Silver, threadYiannis Siotis « Fragments – The Birth » -  Pendant Silver, thread
« This collection has been created as a need to express my experience of being a new parent. When I observed all internal and external changes of the pregnant body, I embraced all the emotional ups and downs that we both had. I kept the storm of feelings created the moment we saw our baby and hold it in our arms and finally I stood amazed at the magnificent process of breast feeding. All these became the fragments of time at my beginning on the way to parenting.
Fragments / the Birth / pendant »

Yiannis Siotis "Fragments - The Birth" -  Pendant Silver, threadYiannis Siotis « Fragments – The Birth » -  Pendant Silver, thread

Poly Nikolopoulou  "Viaggio" Pendant SilverPoly Nikolopoulou  « Viaggio » Pendant Silver
« travel, resort, escape, freedom, stuff, filled … experiences, a suitcase full of life …
will open to share some …. when the time comes, the moment,when you arrive, suitable viewer, listener …
words scattered and similar feelings … hitting the walls and dissolve or not … Enjoy your journey... »

Poly Nikolopoulou Poly Nikolopoulou

 Nella Vlachou  "Broken Flower"  Object PlexiglassNella Vlachou   « Broken Flower »  Object Plexiglass
« The human body is a space. The human body takes up space. The human body is the separator of an inside and an outside space.
How do these spaces interact with each other? Are they interconnected or out of balance? How do human beings deal with the condition of being the mediator?
Maybe there is no distinct answer but the exploration of these questions through the notion of materiality might be an answer in itself. »

Nella Vlachou -  Plexiglass.Nella Vlachou. -  Plexiglass.

 

Krama School of Contemporary Jewelry
Evrou 9 Str.,
11528, Athens
tel. (+30) 6939080989, 6972840825
www.kramainstitute.com
opening hours: Fri-Sat-Sunday: 11.00 – 21.00

 

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04/05/2017

EXPO ‘TRESORS’ – Gal. CONTEXT, Barcelona (ES) – 20 Mai-23 Juin 2017

Tresors 2017 // Exposició de Joieria Contemporània Catalana

 - 20 mai-23 juin 2017

new exhibition at Context Galeria
Comissària, Sílvia Serra
Impulsat per RING RING Arts&Crafts BCN
Exposat a CONTEXT Joies i Objectes Contemporanis

inauguración dia 20 de Mayo a las 19:30h
 TRESORS - 20 mai-23 juin 2017 - gal CONTEXT -  con Lluís Comín  - Galeria Contex de St.Cugat el proper dia 20, que serà la inauguració.:
SECOND EDITION OF TRESORS, AN EXHIBITION OF CATALAN CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY.
TRESORS is a creative activity in constant evolution which aims at highlighting formal and personal individuality. It is where the concept of “content” takes up all of its meaning and importance.
Starts a dialogue between the creator, the wearer and the spectator, which initiates a symbolic communication on all of what entails from the artists’ creation and interpretation.
Let’s open up to a new vision of the jewelry, that goes beyond its ornamental property.
artistas que participan són:  Clara Niubó — Cristina Giménez — Gemma LópezImma BatallaJordi Aparicio — Lídia Sevilla — Lluís ComínMarta RocaMartina Pont — Mònica Fugarolas — Pilar Freixanet — Rosa NoguésSílvia SerraXavier Domènech. 
Gemma Lopez - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Gemma Lopez  Collar / Necklace | Lapislàtzuli i or / Lapis & gold | Ø 160mm | 2016
Clara Niubo - - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Clara Niubo  SOPLET UNIVERSAL – sèrie Sense Mesura | Fermall / Brooch | Llautó, plàstic, pintura i plata / Brass, plastic, paint & silver | 130x70x50mm | 2017
Cristina Gimenez - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Cristina Gimenez IMAGO | Fermall / Brooch | Plata i paper estampat / Silver & printed paper | 80x70mm | 2011
Jordi Aparicio - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Jordi Aparicio  ANÏMA | Collar / Necklace | Plata, esmalt vitri i pintura de poliuretà / Silver, vitreous enamel & polyurethane paint | 300x400x60mm | 2017
 
Imma Batalla - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Imma Batalla  HORACIANES | Collar / Necklace | Acer, fang i resina / Steel, clay & resin | 90x90mm | 2017
Lluis Comin - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Lluis Comin CONTRAPÈS – sèrie Ithaca | Fermall / Brooch | Plata, or i riolites del Moixaró / Sliver, gold & Moixaro’s rhyolites | 90x60mm | 2016
Pilar Freixanet - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Pilar Freixanet CAIXA DELS TRONS 2 | Collar / Necklace | Filferro, seda i pigments / Wire, silk & pigments | 500x80mm | 2016
Silvia Serra, Fermall Refugiats desemparats II,  argent, fusta, pa d´or, plàstic, acrílic, cotó, acer - at CONTEXT Gal. EXPO "TRESORS": Silvia Serra Albadejo  Fermall Refugiats desemparats II,  argent, fusta, pa d´or, plàstic, acrílic, cotó, acer
Plata, brúixola, plàstic, acrílic, ferro i cotó / Silver, compass, plastic, acrylic, iron & cotton | 80x440mm | 2016

Marta Roca - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Marta Roca Solé  TOPOGRAFIA I – sèrie Topografies | Fermall / Brooch |
Paper de diari encolat fet a mà i plata oxidada / Handmade glued newspaper & oxidized silver | 75x70x5mm | 2017

Rosa Nogués - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Rosa Nogués  ÍNDIGO | Fermall / Brooch | Plata i esmalt / Silver & enamel | 140x60x25mm | 2016
Xavier Domenech - EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Xavier Domenech SENSE TÍTOL – sèrie Organismes | Fermall / Brooch | Plata / Silver | 70x30x20mm | 2017
Martina Pont -- EXPO TRESORS 2017 Context gallery: Martina Pont NEQUILIBRIUM II | Fermall / Brooch | Llautó, pirex color i plata / Brass, pyrex color & silver | 130x60mm | 2017

 

 

CONTEXT Galeria 
Calle de Viñolas 8-10
08173 Sant Cugat del Vallès (BCN)
Tel  935 893 806
galeria@context.cat

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03/05/2017

EXPO ‘JOYA Barcelona (fair)’ (during AJW 2017) – The Sowl, Athens (GR) – 18-21 May 2017

ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2017

AJW 2017 on Facebook

Opening: May 20th at 21.00  JOYA Barcelona (fair)

@The Sowl 
Dates: 18/5 – 21/5,

JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair

The transition moment between 2 artists, the past and the present winners of JOYA Barcelona will be present during Athens Jewelry Week.
Jeemin Jamie Chung (2015) and Liana Pattihis (2016), will compare and create a debate between their pieces and the singularity of their techniques, materials and ideas.
30 pieces will represent this transition, plus one final piece made by both artists to conclude this debate into an agreement.

 

 

 

 

The Sowl 
Herakleidon 10, Thiseio /
Athina 118 51, Greece
tel. (+30) 210 345003
www.thesowl.com
opening hours: Thurs-Fri: 16.00-02.00, Sat: 11.00-03.00, Sun: 11.00-00.00

 

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COUP de COEUR …. BLACK is BLACK with Tiina Rajakallio

Tiina Rajakallio
Finnish artist Tiina Rajakallio in Rome the 10th of may 2017, for the first time for a solo exhibition of contemporary jewelry at myday-byday space in Via Luca della Robbia 76, Testaccio. Gallery hours 10 30/19 30.
myday-byday ‎ Tiina Rajakallio in Rome on 10 may 2017
 » I am thinking about the present-day Western people and their connection with nature.
How natural the contact is? Is it romanticized, magical, run by economical efficiency or totally gone? Are we still part of the nature? And what is the relationship between spirituality and nature contact?
We have always been dependent on nature that is providing us the essentials of life. But is the aim for a never-ending growth and progress made us think everything here is only for us? «  Tiina Rajakallio
Myday-byday interview to Tiina Rajakallio:
1) Where is your inspiration coming from ?
Widely speaking I’m interested in everyday life of a contemporary Western people. I’m working with questions that intrigues or troubles me, things I would like to have a conversation about. And of course there is a lot of curiosity towards the body, communication and a piece of jewellery involved.
2) What are you trying to communicate in particular with your artwork?
It depends. At the moment I would like people to think about their own relationship with nature but also the common contact we have with it. How natural the contact is? Is it romanticized, magical, run by economical efficiency or totally gone? Are we still part of the nature? And what is the relationship between spirituality and nature contact? We have always been dependent on nature that is providing us the essentials of life. But is the aim for a never-ending growth and progress made us think everything here is only for us? I would like my work raises thoughts, I’m not to judge anyone, it would be hypocrite to do that.
3) Which material you prefer to use and why ?
It depends of the theme of the work. In an ideal situation the material tells the same story and even adds something to it. At the moment I use a lot of wood and combine it for example with recycled rubber. An old inner tube of tractor or bicycle, even it may be a bit old-fashioned as an object, it tells about our culture and our creative ability to utilize our surrounding. The material is protective, elastic and doesn’t decay really. Even there is some natural rubber in the mixture, it reminds many people about oil.
4) How much value do you give to researching material for your creations?
Of course there is some material research needed. But if it means new technical solutions and extraordinary inventions my works are rather simple in that sense.
 
5) Is it more important for you the process, or the final artwork itself?
Both are important. I love that hands-in investigation part of a work. But sooner or later there is a deadline waiting and you just need to start to make decisions. However every step is leading me further and to me ready pieces are also steps of the same process. The difference is many times the ready pieces are the only steps others will see.
 
6) Is there an artist you prefer and why ?
I admire many artists. Some because of their clever and brave ideas, some because of theis technical skills or expression, honesty and dedication.
 
7) Have you ever thought to collaborate with other artists , or you like to work on your own?
I love working on my own, but time to time it would be interesting to try to share the process with someone else. I have collaborated with other jewellery artists but it would be really interesting to do that with artists from another field. 8) Where do you feel you are at with this last collection?
It is a one step further from the series I called White Moments. I’m like walking around the same source inspired by the different aspects of it. I seem to go back and forth sometimes when there are so many sides to be discovered.

9) What have you discovered of yourself, are you sattisfied ?
I think I learned more about my own ability to endure stress, priorities and time managemenent and that one can’t cope totally alone.

10) Two words to describe your last artwork collection.
Still together?

myday-byday

Via Luca della Robbia 76, Testaccio, 00153 Rome

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EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Tal EFRAIM at AUTOR 2017 – Bucharest (RO) 13-14 May 2017

Tal Barash EFRAIM  selected 4  Autor Fair 2017 !!

Laura Forte, Linda Ezerman, Fabrizio Bonvicini, Francesca Mazzotta, Mia Maljojoki,Noelia Macchi Joyas Singulares, Tal Barash Efraim with myday-byday Gallery in Rome selected at the Autor Fair 2017 !! see you soon in Bucharest 13 – 14 May.

AUTOR 2017 with mydaybyday galleryat AUTOR 2017 with #mydaybydayspaceinrome

Tal Barash EFRAIM  selected 4  Autor Fair 2017 with MydayByday gallery*

at AUTOR 2017 with mydaybyday gallery**

 Tal Barash Efraim.Tal Barash Efraim.

Tal Barash EfraimTal Barash Efraim

 

AUTOR 2017
Grand Hotel Du Boulevard
Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta nr. 21,
050011 Bucarest

 

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02/05/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Sébastien Carré – En MAI Fais ce qu’il te plait ….

Sébastien Carré

En MAI Fais ce qu’il te plait ….. et il lui plait de participer à BEAUCOUP d’EXPOSITIONS !

Touchy Feely Exhibition  /  Baltimore Jewelry Center – USA

Touchy Feely Exhibition  /  14 Apr - 02 Jun 2017 -  Baltimore Jewelry Center

An exhibition that explores the tactile experience of jewelry. Adam Gopnik writes “Touch is the unsung sense – the one that we depend on most and talk about the least… the work of the world is done by handling it. We live by feel.” Jewelry is an intimate and sensual art form, providing a tactile experience for both the wearer and the observer. It’s an excellent medium for exploring the unsung sense of touch.

Artist list   Jill Baker-Gower — Amanda Bergman — Isabelle Busnel –  Sébastien Carré – Emily Culver — Mary Fissell — Brie Flora — Motoko Furuhashi — Missy Graff Ballone — Yong Joo Kim –  Michelle Kraemer – Michal Lando — Thomas Lauria — Helmi Lindblom — Jeffrey Lloyd Dever — Nathalie Maiello — Fern Robinson — Jolynn Santiago — Hallie Scheufler — Rose Schlemmer — Jina SeoCarina Shoshtary — Tyler Stoll — Aric Verrastro – Meg Wachs — Mallory Weston

Sébastien Carré Necklace: Cultural Cycle, 2016 Filmstrip, seashell, silk, cotton, nylon, beads Ø 90 x 2.5 - 18 cm Photo by: Milo Lee Photography - at  Touchy Feely Exhibition  /  14 Apr 2017  -  02 Jun 2017: Sébastien Carré Necklace: « Cultural Cycle », 2016 Filmstrip, seashell, silk, cotton, nylon, beads Ø 90 x 2.5 – 18 cm Photo by: Milo Lee Photography

While most visual art can only be enjoyed through sight, jewelry not only invites but encourages touch. As makers create work, they engage with their sense of touch, making decisions about materiality, structure, and form that will later engage the observer’s sense of touch, communicating a host of sensations and feelings. A dialogue between the maker and the observer is thus built on the social language of touch.

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salon Révélations Grand Palais – PARIS – 4-8 MAI 2017

Salon Revelations - mai 2017

Sébastien Carré : Dans le cadre du salon Révélations Grand Palais à Paris du 4 au 8 Mai où vous pourrez retrouvez quelques unes de mes œuvres au Stand J8 sur le stand de la Haute école des arts du Rhin . J’ai également le grand plaisir de faire partis des artistes ayant leurs croquis figurant de le livre « La consigne – Les dessins des Metiers d’Art » aux éditions Ateliers d’Art de France. Le livre sera présenté et disponible à la vente lors du salon.
During Révélations Grand Palais Fair in Paris from May 4 to 8, you will be able to see some of my pieces in the
Booth J8 of Haute école des arts du Rhin stand
I am also really pleased to be part of selection of artists to featured their sketches in the book « La consigne – Les dessins des Metiers d’Art » by Ateliers d’Art de France edition. The book will be presented their and available to buy.
« La consigne – Les dessins des Metiers d’Art » By / Par Anne Combeau (Gagnante du Prix « La Pensée » en 2016/ Winner of the award « La Pensée » in 2016)

Sebastien Carré - à Salon REVELATIONS mai 2017  (3 pièces): Sébastien Carré - collier – à Salon REVELATIONS mai 2017

Sebastien Carré - à Salon REVELATIONS mai 2017  (3 pièces): Sebastien Carré – broche – « Cultural Biology », 2016 Japanese Paper, Filmstrip… – à Salon REVELATIONS mai 2017

Sebastien Carré - à Salon REVELATIONS mai 2017  (3 pièces) (bracelet Dunn): Sebastien Carré – bracelet « Le Réveil de Dunn » The Awakening of Dunn, 2015 Filmstrip and nylon thread 11 X 11 X 4 cm Photo by: Lee; Milo From series: Black Inflammation – à Salon REVELATIONS mai 2017  

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AND ……………..LAST but not LEAST »Et sinon je suis à Gioielli in Fermento
et il font même un plat par rapport à ma piece pour Master Collection » (at Gioielli in Fermento – The Dinner – May 4th)
mais ….. chuuuuut !

[Gioielli in Fermento 2017 Master Collection – 07- 17 May 2017 –  Torre Fornello
29010 -  Ziano Piacentino  ITALY ]

Sébastien Carré, Several scales of grape, ring:  - Gioielli in Fermento 2015 Premio Torre Fornello Sebastien CARRE – Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 (Awarded at: Gioielli In …Fermento 2015)

 

Baltimore Jewelry Center
10 E North Ave
MD 21218 -  Baltimore
UNITED STATES
bjcexhibitions@gmail.com
tel +1 4102430479

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01/05/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Juan HARNIE « Your Eyes Burn Like Wild Fire » Genk (Belgique) 24-28 Mai 2017

Classé dans : Belgique (BE),EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Exposition/Exhibition,Juan HARNIE (BE) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:44

Juan HARNIE

exhibition : Your Eyes Burn Like Wild Fire – Vonk jaartentoonstelling

du 24 mai à 18:30 au 28 mai à 17:00 – at  Genk (Belgique)
With works by Vonk‘s artists in residence and national and international talents

Your Eyes Burn Like Wild Fire

LOVE
PASSION
OBSESSION
DEATH
Curator: Jan Van Woensel
Vonk jaartentoonstelling 2017 met kunstenaars:

Anti-Anti — Johan Bruninx — Clarisse Bruynbroeck — Sandra Buyck — Katrien Claes — Christine Clinckx — Liesbeth Cox — Lisse Declercq — Bart Deglin — Els De Ceuster — Hadassah Emmerich — Lin Gerritse — Sara Greet Gilis — Joke Hansen — Juan Harnie — Jerry Heymans — Junkband — Brecht Koelman — Katie Metcalfe — Marnik Neven — Gianluca Nobile — Kumi Oguro — Öznur Öztürk — Rogier Rensen — Sarah Reynders — Tif Robinette — Cult of Slaves — Stefanie Schaut — Machteld Steukers — Bob Szantyr — Shana Teugels – Anke Verret — Yannick Wijnants

Juan HarnieJuan Harnie  - Brooch – Aesthetical Injection collection

Juan Harnie -   'Pink Carnation' - Brooch - 2016 - Polyurethane, syringes, silver, steelJuan Harnie Jewellery · ‘Pink Carnation’ – Brooch – Aesthetical Injection collection – 2016 – Polyurethane, syringes, silver, steel

« Aesthetical Injection
Designing this collection Juan Harnie used medical materials to create attractive, floral looking jewellery. Juan has always seen beauty in materials that have little to no aesthetical value to others. These materials in particular are usually linked to unpleasant situations like hospitals and doctor visits, but now they are taken out of this context and made into uncanny pieces of jewellery. Juan got his inspiration from flowers and plants, which always seem to please the eye of the beholder. Even when a plant or flower turns out to be hazardous, poisonous or possibly deadly, at first people will always attribute positive feelings towards seeing them. Contradictory, syringes that are designed to administer medicine and in fact heal people are met with fear, disgust and a general feeling of unease. Using these syringes in colourful, floral pieces of jewellery, mimicking the shape and colour of the ever-so-loved flower, might just make people reconsider their initial feelings towards syringes and see the beauty the designer saw in them. In addition to the syringes, sterile medical gauze is used to imprint the silver backs of the pieces. This medical gauze once again fulfils its original purpose: being worn on the body and thus soothing an inner ache. (Syringes, polyurethane, zirconia, brass, silver, gauze, resin)
Pictures By Nele Moens« 

 

 

Vonk Vzw Atelierwerking
Regina Mundi klooster, Kloosterhof 2, 3600 Genk (Belgium)
www.vonkateliers.com

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30/04/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Pilar COTTER – NEXT EXPO ! galería Bronzo, La Laguna, Tenerife 5 Mai-2 Juin 2017

Pilar Cotter

Preparando la NEXT  EXPO !!! ;-)   en la galería Bronzo, en La Laguna, Tenerife …… pero ……… chuuuuuut ! todavia todo no esta listo ………………

« Trabajando duramente, trabajando sii …….. » (cancion « duerme negrito » ;-) ….)

« LAS HORAS »

 Inauguration vendredi 5 mai à 20:00 – 23:00

Pilar Cotter EXPO "LAS HORAS" MAY 2017  Tenerife: Espacio Bronzo presenta este viernes la exposición ‘Las horas’, con obra de Pilar Cotter.
La exposición aúna dos líneas de trabajo propios de la sala, la joyería y la escultura, con piezas de microformato en porcelana.

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Pilar Cotter (janv 2017) Next proyect, next Expo, algo se está cociendo.....sculpture jewellery porcelain: Pilar Cotter (janv 2017) Next proyect, next Expo, algo se está cociendo…..sculpture jewellery porcelain

Pilar Cotter - mars 2017 -  Complejidades, quebraderos de cabeza que felizmente al final salen, la señora porcelana cuanto da de sí Pilar Cotter – mars 2017 -  Complejidades, quebraderos de cabeza que felizmente al final salen, la señora porcelana cu anto da de sí

Pilar Cotter, formada en escultura en la Facultad de Bellas artes de La Laguna y en joyería en la Escuela Massana de Barcelona, presenta una serie de piezas de joyería y escultura de microformato en porcelana.
La obra de Cotter en Las horas presenta un desarrollo estético con referentes arquitectónicos, como el brutalismo o el racionalismo; en este último caso, con un análisis centrado en las ornamentaciones en relieve de las casas racionalista de Canarias, como pequeñas arqueologías, que hablan del tiempo. Muchas de estas piezas han sido modeladas directamente, en otras, el proceso ha incluido el modelaje en 3d, en colaboración con el laboratorio de diseño y fabricación digital de Bellas Artes de la Universidad de La Laguna (ULL).
El título de la exposición hace referencia al “tiempo empleado para desarrollar una obra, es decir el tiempo empleado para poder pensar con las manos, con la materia, y construir con la cabeza”, señala Cotter, que contabiliza en 1127 horas desde el 23 de marzo de 2016 para elaborar las piezas que se presentan en la sala lagunera.
En Las horas, la autora convierte el acto de creación “en objeto de análisis, en cómo se inserta este modelo de creación, no sólo del ámbito artístico, sino también de otros ámbitos donde el pensar con las manos sea la base”, todo ello inserto en las circunstancias de la sociedad actual, “en la sociedad del rendimiento, cargada de hiperactividad, productividad e histeria, que normaliza la inmediatez dejando escaso lugar a la contemplación”, detalla.
La indagación sobre el papel del factor tiempo y de cómo este entra en juego en la creación artística es la clave de esta muestra, en la que Cotter trabaja sobre “el tiempo que se necesita para dialogar con la materia y crear un lenguaje plástico”. La escultora y joyera se hace preguntas, entre las que sobresalen las incógnitas sobre si estas formas de hacer se diluirán y se convertirán en un anacronismo, si finalmente se dejará de dialogar con las manos y se perderán todos los conocimientos  que ello conlleva.  (Contextos en Esculturas Bronzo, Sala de prensa)

Pilar Cotter - avril 2017 - Se va acercando la fecha para la next Expo, las cosas van fluyendo..... Trio de broches - porcelain Pilar Cotter – avril 2017 – Se va acercando la fecha para la next Expo, las cosas van fluyendo….. Trio de broches – porcelain

Pilar Cotter para EXPO "LAS HORAS" MAY 2017 Tenerife - Pilar Cotter broche - porcelana - Foto de Lucía SalomonePilar Cotter broche – porcelana – Foto de Lucía Salomone  -  

Pilar Cotter para EXPO "LAS HORAS" MAY 2017 Tenerife: Pilar Cotter  – broche – porcelana

Pilar Cotter para EXPO "LAS HORAS" MAY 2017 Tenerife - Pilar Cotter  - broche - porcelana Pilar Cotter  – broche – porcelana

 

 

 

Espacio Bronzo. Tienda y Sala de Arte
Calle Núñez de la Peña,
38202 San Cristóbal de La Laguna (Tenerife – ES)
+34 922 26 71 76
esculturasbronzo@gmail.com

 

 

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29/04/2017

EXPO ‘The After Joya Effect IV’ (during AJW 2017) – Popeye loves Olive gallery, Athens (GR) – 18 Mai-6 Juin 2017

The after Joya effect IV

 ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2017

saturday May 20 :  19.00h : opening

The exhibition will run from May 18th until June 6th, 2017.
@Popeye Loves Olive Art-Space

The after Joya effect IV”   ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2017(Piece by Ye Jee Lee)

“The after Joya Effect” is an Exhibition that took place for the first time at Popeye loves Olive – Art Space, in 2014, in the historical center of Athens that aimed to the interaction and the transformation of individuality to collaboration, diversity to unification and exchange to sharing. This year, is the 4th edition.
37 Selected Artists from 20 different countries are called to participate in the project with the work shown in Joya Barcelona, Jewelry Art Fair, the previous year. During the event, the public will vote for their favorite artist, who will be invited for a Solo exhibition at Popeye loves Olive – Art Space the following year!

SELECTED ARTISTS  :
Amira Jalet – Costa Rica // Anne-Sophie Vallée – Canada // Artemis Valsamaki - Greece // Christine Jalio – Finland // Daniela Saraya – Israel // Elin Flognman – Sweden // Georgia Gremouti - Greece // Gigi Mariani - Italy // Gili Doliner – Israel // Helmi Lindblom – Finland // Irene Palomar – Argentina // Iro Kaskani – Cyprus // Isabelle Busnel – France // Jeemin Jamie Chung – South Korea // Jelizaveta Suska – Sweden // Jenny Edlund – Sweden // Liana Pattihis – Cyprus/UK // Malene Kastalje – Denmark // Maria Tsimpiskaki – Greece // Marie Eve Castonguay - Canada // Melina Lindroos – Finland // Mengnan Zi – China // Michelle Kraemer – Luxembourg // Magali Thibault Gobeil – Canada // Myung Urso – South Korea // Nicole Schuster – Germany // Snem Yildirim – Turkey // Sunyoung Kim – South Korea // Susanna Baldacci – Italy // Vania Ruiz (CasaKiro Joyas) – Chile // Velislava Bozhinova – Bulgaria // Viktoria Münzker – Austria // Yafit Ben Meshulam – Irael // Yannick Mur – France // Ye-Jee Lee - South Korea // Yeseul Seo – South Korea // Yiota Vogli – Greece

 Elin Flognman  *Big Dinner* Neckpiece Alpaca, Gold, Silver, Brass, LeatherElin Flognman  *Big Dinner* Neckpiece Alpaca, Gold, Silver, Brass, Leather Daniella Saraya  *Re-cover* NeckObject Silver, EpoxyDaniella Saraya  *Re-cover* NeckObject Silver, Epoxy Christine Jalio  *Loss* Brooch Silk Clay, plaster, silverChristine Jalio  « Loss » Brooch Silk Clay, plaster, silver

Artemis Valsamaki *Keep the Faith* Brooch Copper, Silver, Acrylic Paint Artemis Valsamaki *Keep the Faith* Brooch Copper, Silver, Acrylic Paint The After Joya Effect IV -    AJW 2017 -  Anne-Sophie Vallée  *Pile-up* Brooch Steel, Powder Coating, Magnet: Anne-Sophie Vallée  *Pile-up* Brooch Steel, Powder Coating, Magnet Amira Jalet  *Inferno* Brooch Wood charcoal from the north of Costa Rica "Roble", Oil paintingAmira Jalet  *Inferno* Brooch Wood charcoal from the north of Costa Rica « Roble », Oil painting

 

 

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