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12/05/2013

Coup de COEUR : Évelie MOUILA

Classé dans : COLLECT,COUP DE COEUR,ENSAAMA Paris (FR),Evelie MOUILA (FR),France (FR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:46

 Évelie Mouila

pieces that explore the sensation of wearing jewellery

Le corps « encadré » et tenu, avec douceur et fermeté. Le cadre met en valeur mais aussi donne à voir, pointe l’attention sur ce qui est encadré, et en même temps lui donne un « soutien », un cadre  ………

COLLECT - Project Space - Évelie Mouila - pieces that explore the sensation of wearing jewellery. Made by Évelie Mouila, the installation combines making & visual communication. Through her practice Mouila found an unexpected solution to materialise the relation between body, jewellery & clothes. Coming from the idea that jewellery alone can be seen as clothing, she creates jewellery that dresses the body, becoming clothing, & clothing that dresses the body is jewellery.   www.eveliemouila.com at COLLECT 2013 (at Saatchi Gallery (London, UK) From May 10 until May 13 May, 2013 )Project SpaceÉvelie Mouila – pieces that explore the sensation of wearing jewellery. Made by Évelie Mouila, the installation combines making & visual communication. Through her practice Mouila found an unexpected solution to materialise the relation between body, jewellery & clothes. Coming from the idea that jewellery alone can be seen as clothing, she creates jewellery that dresses the body, becoming clothing, & clothing that dresses the body is jewellery.

French Jewellery & Graphic designer Évelie Céline Mouila lives in London.
Her loves are photography, visual communication and accessories.
Mouila learns graphic design in Paris at the Ensaama (National School of Applied Arts and Crafts) to become graphic designer. In 2009, she arrives in London to work at the Christopher Raeburn Studio. While on assignment she got broad fashion knowledge.
In 2011 she starts a Master of Art at the Royal college of Art in London in the Goldsmithing, Silversthing, Metalwork and Jewellery department.
In 2012, she is graduated with the show and a collection called “Juliette”. Her collection emphasizes the actual lines of the body but also create new lines and contours. She creates connections that you don’t normally think about for a piece of jewellery.
After participating at the London Design Festival, this current work will be exhibit at the “Pinakothek Der Moderne” during the Schmuck 2013 which open March 7, 2013 at Munich and at Project Space of COLLECT 2013, the International Art Fair for Contemporary Object in the Saatchi Gallery, London, on 10-13 May 2013.
Currently working alongside Hans Stofer and Michael Rowe, she is curator and visual designer for the Jewellery department of the Royal College of Art

© 2011 Évelie Mouila CÉLINE COLLECTION Photography / Design: Évelie Mouila My idea was to focus around the collar. How the collar can become directly my necklace© 2011 Évelie Mouila CÉLINE COLLECTION Photography / Design: Évelie Mouila  – My idea was to focus around the collar. How the collar can become directly my necklace

Évelie Mouila (MA)  United Kingdom, London, RCA (Royal College of Art)    Necklace, 2012  paper, polystyrene bead, silver  200 x 190 x 360 mm, 160€Évelie Mouila (MA)  United Kingdom, London, RCA (Royal College of Art)  -  Necklace, 2012  paper, polystyrene bead, silver  200 x 190 x 360 mm

My 2012 collection emphazises the actual lines of the body but also creates new lines and contours. It’s about an intimate feeling of wearing jewelry that only the wearer can feel. Part of the jewelry pieces have direct connection with the skin and are worn hidden underneath the clothes : the other part is the decorative element and is visible.

Necklace & Hair Jewellery - Évelie Mouila  This jewelry reception the hair, and creates bunches of your hair. Acts as jewellery with new functionality.Évelie Mouila – Necklace & Hair Jewellery –  This jewelry reception the hair, and creates bunches of your hair. Acts as jewellery with new functionality.

Evelie MouilaÉvelie Mouila  – Necklace & Hair Jewellery – This jewelry thanks to the vertical rod encloses the hair between the body and the jewellery. The hair become a flat and soft surface which reception the jewelry.

Necklace & Hair Jewellery - Évelie Mouila  This jewelry thanks to the vertical rod encloses the hair between the body and the jewellery. The hair become a flat and soft surface which reception the jewelry.Necklace & Hair Jewellery – Évelie Mouila

Necklace & Hair Jewellery - Évelie Mouila  This jewelry thanks to the vertical rod encloses the hair between the body and the jewellery. The hair become a flat and soft surface which reception the jewelry.Necklace & Hair Jewellery – Évelie Mouila

Evelie Mouila

09/05/2013

COLLECT 2013 – Saatchi Gallery, London (UK) – 10-13 Mai 2013

COLLECT 2013 at Saatchi Gallery (London, United Kingdom)  From May 10 until May 13 May, 2013

COLLECT 2013  http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/

COLLECT: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, COLLECT will bring together the world’s finest galleries representing exceptional work of museum-quality from their portfolio of artists. Thirty two galleries and eleven Project Space artists will come together from 10 – 13 May 2013 at the Saatchi Gallery in London for this leading international art fair.

Thirty two galleries :

COLLECT - Gal marzee - ulrich-reithofer   King Arthur's Round Table by Ulrich Reithofer; Diam 17.5 cm; Gallery: Galerie Merzee; Photo: Manu Ocaña, 2012at Galerie MarzeeUlrich Reithofer -  King Arthur’s Round Table  necklace - Photo: Manu Ocaña, 2012

Schnitt für Schritt #13 by Tabea Reulecke; H 4 x W 13 x D 4 cm; Gallery: Galerie Merzee, Photo: Courtesy Galerie Marzee, 2012« Schnitt für Schritt #13″ by Tabea Reulecke - Photo: Courtesy Galerie Marzee, 2012

COLLECT - galerie_rosemarie_jager. -  Light blue brooch by Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary; H8,3 x W4,6 x D3,8 cm; Gallery: Galerie Rosemarie Jäger; Photo: CMirei Takeuchi, 2011at Galerie Rosemarie JägerLight blue brooch by Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary Photo: CMirei Takeuchi, 2011

COLLECT - Gallery: Galerie Rosemarie Jäger -  Necklace Fortuny Colors Plissé by Annamaria Zanella; H 1.8 x W 200 cm; ; Photo: Marco Furio Magliani, 2012Annamaria Zanella – Necklace Fortuny Colors Plissé  Photo: Marco Furio Magliani, 2012

COLLECT - Gal. RA - sigurd_bronger_turbin_necklaceat Galerie RASigurd Bronger -turbin necklace

Paper Bracelets by Nel Linssen, 2012 represented at COLLECT by Gallery RaPaper Bracelets by Nel Linssen, 2012
Brooch by Mirjam Hiller represented at COLLECT by Gallery RaBrooch by Mirjam Hiller

COLLECT - Gal. RA - /peter_bauhuis_ring Peter Bauhuis – ring

 COLLECT - Gallery S O,  - Gang, Go, Hole by Andi Gut; variable size; Gallery: Gallery S O, Photo: 2012at Gallery S O Gang, Go, Hole rings by Andi Gut 

 COLLECT - Gal . Rob Koudijs -  Koi bracelet by David Bielander; Diam 6.5 cm; Gallery: Galerie Rob Koudijs; Photo: David Bielander, 2012at Galerie Rob KoudijsKoi bracelet by David BielanderPhoto: David Bielander, 2012

COLLECT - Gal. Rob Koudijs - Rob Koudijs& Ralph Bakker necklace
COLLECT - Galleri Format Oslo - GLASS (not jewelry - )Mirage by Kari Håkonsen; H 24 x W 50 x D 24 cm; G Photo: Morten Brun, 2012  -- Represented artists  Hedda Bjerkeli, jewellery  Ingjerd Hanevold, jewellery  Elise Hatlø, jewellery  Ingjerd Hanevold, jewellery  Kathrine Lindman, jewellery  Anna Talbot, metal, jewelleryat Galleri Format Oslo - GLASS sculpture (not jewelry )Mirage by Kari Håkonsen Photo: Morten Brun, 2012  –
the Represented artists for jewellery are :   Hedda Bjerkeli — Ingjerd Hanevold — Elise Hatlø — Ingjerd Hanevold — Kathrine Lindman — Anna Talbot
COLLECT - Gallery Kunst1 - Brooch by Runa Vethal Stoelen; H 11 x W 11 x D 8 cm; , 2012
at Gallery Kunst1Brooch by Runa Vethal Stoelen 2012
eleven Project Space artists :
COLLECT - Project Space - Évelie Mouila - pieces that explore the sensation of wearing jewellery. Made by Évelie Mouila, the installation combines making & visual communication. Through her practice Mouila found an unexpected solution to materialise the relation between body, jewellery & clothes. Coming from the idea that jewellery alone can be seen as clothing, she creates jewellery that dresses the body, becoming clothing, & clothing that dresses the body is jewellery.   www.eveliemouila.comÉvelie Mouilapieces that explore the sensation of wearing jewellery. Made by Évelie Mouila, the installation combines making & visual communication. Through her practice Mouila found an unexpected solution to materialise the relation between body, jewellery & clothes. Coming from the idea that jewellery alone can be seen as clothing, she creates jewellery that dresses the body, becoming clothing, & clothing that dresses the body is jewellery.
Necklace & Hair Jewellery - Évelie Mouila  This jewelry reception the hair, and creates bunches of your hair. Acts as jewellery with new functionality.Évelie Mouila – Necklace & Hair Jewellery -   This jewelry reception the hair, and creates bunches of your hair. Acts as jewellery with new functionality.
COLLECT 2013 -  Project Space - Paulo Goldstein Repaired Headphones - -   http://www.paulogoldstein.com/Paulo Goldstein – Repaired Headphones
Goldstein’s work is a celebration of repair, inspired by complexity, errors and its consequences. Goldstein developed a repair methodology that uses elements of broken systems to repair broken objects. His repaired objects reflect and question the environment that has created them

 

Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ
King’s Road
London
SW3 4RY

29/04/2012

COUP de COEUR : Farrah Al-Dujaili – three-dimensional sketches

Farrah Al-Dujaili has been choosed by AJF as 2011 year’s EAA (‘Emerging Artist Award’ ) winner. Farrah Al-Dujaili (UK) has been chosen from among 150 entries from 36 countries.

Criteria used in the judging were originality, depth of concept and quality of craftsmanship. Al-Dujaili works within an intuitive mix of drawing and making that crosses over and intertwines.  She applies drawing materials such as pencil, crayons and watercolors to a surface of enamel paint. This gives an interesting material link to the design methodology, enforcing the dialogue between drawing and making.

The goal of the EAA is to acknowledge promise, innovation and individuality in the work of emerging jewelers. The competition is open to makers of art jewelry who have recently completed their professional training. Al-Dujaili will receive a $5000 cash award. In addition, her work will be featured by an AJF member gallery at SOFA NY and in AJF advertisements and she will serve as a juror for next year’s competition.

Jurors for the 2011 competition were Perry A Price, Assistant Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts; Marion Fulk, long-standing member of AJF and collector of contemporary jewelry; and Agnes Larsson, jewelry artist and recipient of the AJF’s 2010 Emerging Artist Award.

Perry Price commented, ‘I find this an interesting use of materials: watercolors, pencils and paint; the combination of materials and forms create three-dimensional sketches.’ Agnes Larson added, ‘She is taking techniques from drawings and transforming them well into her pieces.’ Marion Fulk remarked, ‘This was a very interesting and consistent body of work.’

Al-Dujaili received a BA in 2009 and an MFA in 2011 in Silversmithing and Related Products from the School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University, United Kingdom.

Formal announcement of this award, with images of the work, will be made at SOFA New York, April 20–23, 2012.
Her work will also be shown at COLLECT in London, England, May 11–14, 2012.

 

No need of this celebration to confirm that I REALLY love her work !!

COUP de COEUR : Farrah Al-Dujaili - three-dimensional sketches dans blog ArtJewelryForum Farrah-Al-Dujaili-4-320x293Farrah Al-Dujaili – Brooch 2011 – Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, watercolour pencil, pastel. (Dim.: 5.5cm x 4cm x 2cm)

Farrah Al-DujailiFarrah Al-Dujaili - Necklace 2011Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, watercolour pencil, pastel, pencil, faux pearls (Dim.: 9cm x 40cm x 6cm)

 Farrah Al-DujailiFarrah Al-Dujaili -Brooch 2011 – Copper, enamel paint, watercolour pencil, pastel

 Farrah Al-Dujaili  Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, watercolour pencil, pencil, pastel.  Dimensions: 13cm x 14cm x 5cmFarrah Al-Dujaili - brooch 2011- Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, watercolour pencil, pencil, pastel.  Dim.: 13cm x 14cm x 5cm

From http://nykyinen.com/farrah-al-dujaili-drawings-3/ Farrah Al-Dujaili | DrawingsFarrah Al-Dujaili -  Brooch 2011 – Copper, enamel paint, watercolour, watercolour pencil.
7_72 dans COLLECT
Farrah Al-Dujaili -Brooch 2011Copper, enamel paint, watercolour pencil, pastel (Dime.: 11.5cm x 9cm x 4cm)


05/05/2011

COLLECT 2011 – at SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON (UK) – 6-9 Mai 2011

COLLECT has an enviable reputation as a premier, annual fair for contemporary craft. Through its presentation of work from the best international applied artists, COLLECT has become a prestigious event in the international cultural calendar gaining the respect and support of many private collectors, museum curators and galleries.

This year, for the first time, the work of each artist will be complimented by a photographic installation curated by a renowned Italian photographer, Mario Guerra, in which the jewellery on display will be interpreted from an artistic viewpoint, so as to create an ever closer connection between the worlds of contemporary craft and contemporary art.

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jewelry galleries :

Alternatives Gallery (IT), Antonella Villanova (IT), Electrum Gallery (UK), Galerie Louise Smit (NL), Galerie Marzee (NL), Galerie Ra (NL), Galerie Rob Koudijs (NL), Galerie Sofie Lachaert (BE), Galleri Format (NO), Galleria Norsu (FI), Lesley Craze Gallery (UK), Galerie Rosemarie Jäger (DE), The Scottish Gallery (UK), Tyger Glyn Gallery (UK)

Monsieur Gaston, Neckpiece (28x29x8x4cm) by Eugenia Ingegno; Gallery: Alternatives Gallery; Photo: Federico Cavicchioli, 2010
Eugenia Ingegno (Alternatives Gallery)

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Sally Collins – (Alternatives Gallery)Wetshinysharp (7x7x4cm) by Helen Britton; Gallery: Galerie Louise Smit; Photo: Felix Flurry, 2010
Helen Britton – (Galerie Louise Smit)Brooch (6x9cm) by Bettina Speckner; Gallery: Galerie Ra; Year: 2010

Bettina Speckner – front brooch – 2010  (Galerie Ra)

Frozen Fireworks, necklace (6x6x12cm) by Mia Maljojoki; Gallery: Galerie Rob Koudijs; Photo: Mirei Takeuchi, 2010
Mia Maljojoki - (Galerie Rob Koudijs)Vernal Affection (3.5x1.5x4.2cm) by Ara Kuo; Gallery: Galerie Sofie Lachaert; Year, 2010
Ara Kuo -  (Galerie Sofie Lachaert )

Grandma goes to Tokyo (13x5.5x4cm) by Elise Hatlø; Gallery: Galleri Format; Photo: Kirsti Mørch
Elise Hatlo – (Galleri Format)

COLLECT 2011 - at SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON (UK) - 6-9 Mai 2011 dans Anna TALBOT (NO) anna%20talbot11
Anna Talbot, Redwolf, 2009 - (Galleri Format)Two Coral Wrist Pieces (12.5x11x5cm; 14x12.5x5cm) by Nora Fok; Photo: Frank Hills, 2010
Nora Fok – (Lesley Craze Gallery)

Brooch, Manipulation # 4 (15.5x13x4.5cm) by Melanie Isverding; Gallery: Rosemarie Jäger; Photo: Mirei Takeuchi, 2009
Melanie Isverding (Galerie Rosemarie Jäger)

web_Attai%20Chen2_alt dans Ara KUO (Taiwan)

Attai Chen  (Galerie Rosemarie Jäger)Stem series, pin (8x4x1.5cm) by Susan May; Gallery: Tyger Glyn Gallery; Photo: By kind permission of the Goldsmiths' Company, 2009
Susan May- brooch – (Tyger Glyn Gallery)

 

 

Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road
SW3 4SQ‎ – London
United Kingdom
Telephone: +39-06-68308233
Fax: +39-06-68308233
website: www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collect
mail: collect@craftscouncil.org.uk

23/04/2011

Eleanor BOLTON blues collection at COLLECT 2011 – 6-9 Mai 2011

Eleanor Bolton
« At Collect 2011 I will be launching my new Blues Collection of coiled cotton rope neckpieces. Using the same coiling and stitching technique I developed during my MA at the RCA, I have created a new collection of large-scale neckpieces exploring colour. The collection comprises of five new pieces each made up of sections of unbleached rope and different tones and shades of blue to highlight and emphasise the forms and process of the making. The unbleached rope with its contrasting yarn allows engagement with how the pieces have been made, as the stitching is revealed in the movement of the coils. The boldly dyed rope allows the material and process to become more ambiguous and the forms to become the main focus. »

Eleanor will be showing with Electrum Gallery

Eleanor Bolton neckpiece
Eleanor Bolton neckpiece from Blues Collection

Eleanor BOLTON blues collection at COLLECT 2011 - 6-9 Mai 2011 dans COLLECT
(new necklaces, available to SHOP at Darkroomlondon.com)

Getting to COLLECT
Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ
King’s Road
London
SW3 4SQ

 

Electrum Gallery
21 South Molton Street
London
W1K 5QZ
United Kingdom
Phone: 0044 207 629 6325
Email: sales@electrumgallery.co.uk
Website: www.electrumgallery.co.uk

COLLECT 2011 – at SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON (UK) – 6-9 Mai 2011

COLLECT – THE INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR  FOR CONTEMPORARY OBJECTS, SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON

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GALLERIA NORSU takes part in the Collect- art fair for the 5th time.
This year our theme is tradition and re-invention, using traditional methods and materials and treating them with a new twist. The artists approach classic ceramic prints, traditional Finnish rugs and Finnish design glass in a new, conceptual way.
Ceramic artists Caroline Slotte and Kim Simonsson have already successfully been shown before at Collect together with jewellery artist Tarja Tuupanen.
The new names this year are : the young glass artist Riikka Latva-Somppi and the established and well known Finnish glass master Markku Salo, textile artists Silja Puranen (winner of the Nordic Award in Textiles 2009) and the more quiet and conceptual artist Kaija Poijula. Last but not least the jewellery artists Mia Maljojoki and the promising and upcoming talent Sirja Knaapi.

COLLECT 2011 - at SAATCHI GALLERY, LONDON (UK) - 6-9 Mai 2011 dans COLLECT collect10_tuupanen
Tarja Tuupanen, born 1973, Finland

« White is waiting, it is silent, quiet and calm, it is clear and comforting, and frighteningly empty, says jewellery artist Tarja Tuupanen.
Can a blanco portrait tell more than a photo? Is there something more to look at in a white scenery than in he the view from your balcony?
The white cacholong fascinates me. In a natural material all the white shades you can think of. This stone has the perfect atmosphere; it is minimalist and quiet, stagnant but not boring, quite noble even. It looks soft and gentle, but it is not the truth. When you look its whiteness long enough, you start to see some colours.
I do love the northern winter, when everything is covered with snow. It is silent, quiet and calm, clear and comforting and frighteningly empty.
 »

collect2011_brooch dans Exposition/Exhibition
Sirja Knaapi, Brooch

 

Galleria Norsu,
Kaisanimenkatu 9 (also from Fabianinkatu 36)
Po Box 152, FI-00171 Helsinki
galleria@norsu.info
www.norsu.info
Director: Katarina Siltavuori
mobile +358 (0)50 599 2510

02/05/2010

COLLECT 2010 – annual fair for contemporary craft – Saatchi Gallery, London (UK) 14-17 mai 2010

Relaunched at the Saatchi Gallery in May 2009, COLLECT has an enviable reputation as a premier, annual fair for contemporary craft. Through its presentation of work from the best international applied artists, COLLECT has become a prestigious event in the international cultural calendar gaining the respect and support of many private collectors, museum curators and galleries.

COLLECT 2010 - annual fair for contemporary craft - Saatchi Gallery, London (UK) 14-17 mai 2010 dans Arek WOLSKI (PL) collect_logo

This year over 400 artists will exhibit work at COLLECT, represented by galleries from the UK and Ireland, Central Europe and Scandinavia as well as the United States, Japan and Australia. First-time exhibitors for 2010 include the Netherland’s Flatland Gallery and London’s Galerie Besson. COLLECT 2010 is also delighted to welcome back Swedish gallery blås&knåda, London-based Cockpit Arts, Ruthin Craft Centre from Wales and Liverpool’s Bluecoat Display Centre. COLLECT 2010 will cover all disciplines including ceramics, glass, jewellery, silver and fine metalwork, textiles, and wood and furniture.

COLLECT 2010 exhibiting galleries:
Alternatives Gallery, Italy | blås&knåda, Sweden | Bluecoat Display Centre, UK | Bullseye Gallery, USA | Clare Beck at Adrian Sassoon, UK | Cockpit Arts, UK | Collection Ateliers d’Art De France, France | Contemporary Applied Arts, UK | craftscotland, UK | Cultural Connections CC, UK | Dovecot Studios, UK | Electrum Gallery, UK | Flatland Gallery, Netherlands | Flow, UK | Galerie Besson, UK | Galerie Louise Smit, Netherlands | Galerie Marzee, Netherlands | Galerie Ra, Netherlands | Galerie Rob Koudijs, Netherlands | Galerie Rosemarie Jäger, Germany | Galerie S O, London | Galerie Sofie Lachaert, Belgium | Galleria Norsu, Finland | Galleri Format, Norway | Gallery Kunst1, Norway | Glass Artists’ Gallery, Australia | Joanna Bird Pottery, UK | Katie Jones, UK | Lesley Craze Gallery, UK | Marsden Woo Gallery, UK | National Craft Gallery, Ireland | Ruthin Craft Centre, UK | Sarah Myerscough Fine Art, UK | Terra Delft Gallery, Netherlands | The Scottish Gallery, UK | Yufuku Gallery, Japan

29145_394281933908_729948908_3882181_2884565_n dans Benjamin LIGNEL (FR)
Mette Saabye – « Ocean of Birds » Necklace 2010

 

Jeweller members of Klimt02 present at Collect 2010
Tobias Alm, Fabrizio Tridenti, Mari Ishikawa, Hanna Hedman, Lina Peterson, Christa Lühtje , Helen Britton, John Iversen, Benjamin Lignel, Arek Wolski, Mette Saabye, Terhi Tolvanen, Doris Betz, Estela Saèz Vilanova, Ralph Bakker, Beppe Kessler, Iris Eichenberg, Iris Bodemer, Sara Borgegard, Willemijn de Greef, Ruudt Peters, Philip Sajet, Lucy Sarneel, Julia Walter, Karl Fritsch, Constanze Schreiber, Bettina Speckner, Peter Hoogeboom, Gemma Draper, Ted Noten, Katja Prins, Felieke van der Leest, Francis Willemstijn, Sebastian Buescher.

fdb650a2 dans Beppe KESSLER (NL)
John Iversen – « joint effort » bracelet – silver, 18k yellow gold

 

Saatchi Gallery
King’s Road
SW3 4SQ – London (UK)
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 806 2500
Fax: +44 (0) 207 837 6891
website: www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collect/
mail: collect@craftscouncil.org.uk

 

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