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16/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (7) – ‘SHESH six jewelry artists’ – Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery), Munich (DE) – 24 Fevr.-1er Avril 2017

 7 (on map) SHESH six jewelry artists

24. Februar bis 01.April 2017 – Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)

Eröffnung: Donnerstag, 23. Februar 2017, 18.30 bis 20.30 Uhr (Opening 23.02 18:30)

Curator: Esther Knobel
Under the guidance of Esther Knobel, the group has been meeting regularly since 2006, conducting an ongoing discourse in the jewelry field, on the path to forming and cultivating a personal creative language.
For more info please enter our site www.sheshandmore.com
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  7 (on map) Munich Jewellery Week 2017 /  SHESH - 6 Jewellery Artists - Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)

artists:  Alona Katzir — Hadas LevinNoa LiranSara Shahak — Shuli Egozi — Sigal Meshorer – all live and work in Israel.

Sara Shahak Sara Shahak

 Sara Shahak - necklace Sara Shahak - necklace   Sara Shahak Sara Shahak

Alona KatzirAlona Katzir

 Noa LiranNoa Liran

Shuli EgoziShuli Egozi

Sigal MeshorerSigal Meshorer

7 SHESH group - Hadas Levin -: Hadas Levin

 

 

Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)
 Pacellistraße 6-8
Munich
+49 89 2901470
info@bayerischer-kunstgewerbeverein.de
Öffnungszeiten: Mo bis Sa 10 bis 18 Uhr
Sonderöffnung, Sonntag, 12. März 2017, 11 bis 17 Uhr meet the artist mit SHESH, 13 bis 15 Uhr
www.bayerischer-kunstgewerbeverein.de
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11/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (9) – ‘Off The Shelf’ / Central Saint Martins – Vitsoe, Munich (DE) – 4-14 Mars 2017

(9) Off The Shelf

work by staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course.

9  Off the Shelf

Off the Shelf is an exhibition of work by staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course. For a second year running, the designers are delighted to be returning to show at Vitsœ in Munich. The exhibition follows on from a series of projects where staff and students have displayed their work together in a celebration of the diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects.
BA Jewellery Design approaches the subject of jewellery as a conversation between body and object, with originality and innovation at its heart. Based in the centre of London, we enjoy superb links with industry and encourage our students to engage with the wider social contexts of their work while developing their own creative practices and a diverse set of technical skills.
 
with :  Anna Tuhus — Ariel Yi-Chen Tsai — Carola Solcia — Caroline Broadhead — Chloe Valorso — Coline Assade — Elena Bonanomi — Emily Grimble — Erica Heng — Florance Tebbutt — Giles Last — Jasleen Kaur –  Jing Jiang — Katy Hackney — Kigen Kamijima — Lin CheungLucie DavisLucie GledhillMaria Militsi — Marlene McKibbin — Max Warren — Melanie Georgacopoulos — Michelle Lung — Miho Ishizuka — Naomi Filmer –  Sam Rodway-Smith — Scott Armstrong — Scott WilsonSilvia Weidenbach –  Stacey Huang — Veronika Fabian — Yayun Fang — Yichen Dong

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Lucie Gledhill, rope necklace cut out- 'rope is patient' - a 4 meter rope chain made from 2 kilos sterling silverLucie Gledhill, rope necklace cut out – ‘rope is patient’ – a 4 meter rope chain made from 2 kilos sterling silver

Lin Cheung (Central St Martins - 2017) - delayed Reactions – Confused 2017  Brooch, Carved Lapis Lazuli, gold: Lin Cheung   – delayed Reactions – Confused 2017  Brooch, Carved Lapis Lazuli, gold

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins - Melanie Georgacopoulos, Necklace:  Melanie Georgacopoulos, Necklace

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -   Veronika Fabian, Leather Chains: Veronika Fabian, Leather Chains

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins - Elena Bonanom, Binary Finery 1: Elena Bonanomi, Binary Finery 1

Marlene Mckibbin -  'adoorable'Marlene Mckibbin -  ‘adoorable’

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Lucie Davis, Enamelled Price Pins: Lucie Davis, Enamelled Price Pins

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins - Stacey Huang, Buy one get one free: Stacey Huang, Buy one get one free

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -   Yayun Fang, Mary's Veil: Yayun Fang, Mary’s Veil

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Veronika Fabian, Jewellery is my best friend:  Veronika Fabian, Jewellery is my best friend

Chloé ValorsoChloé Valorso

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -   Chloe Valorso, Eyes: Chloe Valorso, Eyes

Naomi Filmer - objectNaomi Filmer – object

Caroline Broadhead - "Dropped Necklace"Caroline Broadhead  « Dropped Necklace »

9 - Off the shelf - Central St Martins -  Maria Militsi, Equestrian: Maria Militsi, Equestrian

 
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Türkenstraße 36
80799 Munich
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10/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO – ‘Abruptions – Jorge Manilla’ – 84 GHz, Munich (DE) – 11-13 Mars 2017

AbruptionsJorge Manilla

Opening Friday 10th of March, 6 pm - 10 pm

« Like so many things in life, it is more about the journey than the destination and, it seems that people can find and appreciate these struggles and emotions in the finished pieces. »
 Jorge Manilla - Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017 Leather, steel. 52 x 20 x 7 cm

( Jorge Manilla - Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017 Leather, steel. 52 x 20 x 7 cm)

« Trying to find the answers about why the last time I am often overcome with waves of different emotions.
I decided to make work as a kind of personal emotional archive to read and understand this feeling in a different way.
These moments are very unpredictable and very often take me along very unexpected paths that can go from the desperation to the calmness, from the nostalgia to the happiness I have more and more the feeling I need to express something and using materials, shapes, textures, colours, emotions, feelings as tools try to make individual small stories and even when this confrontation is not easy I don’t want to lose the ability to be comprehensible to any sensitive people.

I often worry that people is indifferent to this kind of expressions in art and refuse to experience purely emotional response to purely visual, static artistically expressions in this case my jewellery pieces. Doing this personal archive, I want to create images that I think will trigger the people with their feelings, images of personal experiences, memories of pleasure of maybe memories of pain. And I enjoy of my work adding visual elements that confirm messages of create confrontations. I like to do and show the process of the work and the making, some pieces looks like not finished, the Intime moments in the studio that can show that making this kind of work can be very hard and mentally draining.
Realizing this made me feel a little more relaxed about wasting my life creating jewellery pieces. Like so many things in life, it is more about the journey than the destination and, it seems that people can find and appreciate these struggles and emotions in the finished pieces. I want to abrupt the general feeling and discover new messages on it, I want to abrupt the materials and create my personal way of communicate, I want to abrupt my emotions and let me go to a new dimension of feelings.« Jorge Manilla

 Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm.: Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm
  Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm.: Jorge Manilla. Necklace: Learning to fly again, (DETAIL) 2017. Leather, wood, bone, steel.. 55 x 25 x 10 cm
  Jorge Manilla. Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017. Leather, steel.. 52 x 20 x 7 cm.: Jorge Manilla. Necklace: The damages never forgotten, 2017. Leather, steel.. 52 x 20 x 7 cm
 
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Schleißheimer Straße 72
80797 -  Munich
GERMANY

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#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (49) – ‘Utopic Spaces’ – Munich (DE) – 9-13 Mars 2017

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Noha NICOLESCU (RO),SCHMUCK (DE),Titi BERRIO (Col.) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:46

  (49) Utopic Spaces

 

by Noha Nicolescu (Romania) and Titi Berrio (Colombia)

(49) Utopic Spaces

49 (on map) - utopic spaces - Noha Nicolescu, Ana C. Berrio, Titi Berrio“Utopia is thus the neutral moment of a difference, the space outside of place; it is a gap impossible either to inscribe on a geographic map or to assign to history. Its reality thus belongs to the order of the text; more precisely, it is the figurative representation that the text inscribes beneath its discourse, and by it’’
Louis Marin from Utopiques, jeux d’espace

Titi Berrio. Utopic spacesTiti Berrio.
« Utopic spaces are sites with no real place but they have a general relation of direct or inverted analogy with the real space. »Utopic Spaces /Concept

 Noha Nicolescu - Bijuterie Contemporana.Noha Nicolescu – Bijuterie Contemporana

Titi Berrio. Utopic spacesTiti Berrio« utopic space clearly emerges as a space of transformation, which does not exist in structuring built space but rather in the continual transformation of a space that remains forever flexible: the mind. »Utopic Spaces /Concept

Why would anyone want to design an utopia? There are several reasons. The most important one is that utopian thought is essential to human change in all aspects.
The landscape is the container of our utopia, we transform it and it tries to keep growing between the spontaneity of nature and the human action. As a result of this, the contemporary landscapes are a mixture of dreams, intentions and chance.
Utopic Spaces is a way of materializing through jewellery the meeting of two worlds, two realities and two ways of dreaming, by Romanian artist, Noha Nicolescu, and Colombian artist, Titi Berrio.

Noha Nicolescu - Bijuterie ContemporanaNoha Nicolescu – Bijuterie Contemporana
« We believe in the transformative inner power of the imagination—a change in our inner space will affect external space. »Utopic Spaces /Concept

Noha Nicolescu - The Space Between, ring, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint,2016, Noha Nicolescu - The Space Between, ring, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint,2016

Noha Nicolescu - The Gate, pendant, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, cotton thread,2016Noha Nicolescu – The Gate, pendant, wood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, cotton thread,2016

Titi Berrio‎ - Utopic SpacesTiti Berrio

 Titi Berrio - Walls, Brooch, steel, sterling silver, felt, acrylic paint, paint, cotton thread, reflective microspheres,2016,Titi Berrio - Walls, Brooch, steel, sterling silver, felt, acrylic paint, paint, cotton thread, reflective microspheres,2016,

Titi Berrio - Cubo, Ring, steel, sterling silver, paint, reflective microspheres,2016, Titi Berrio - Cubo, Ring, steel, sterling silver, paint, reflective microspheres,2016

Titi Berrio - Expansión, necklace, felt, steel, sterling silver, cotton thread, reflective fabric,2015Titi Berrio - Expansión, necklace, felt, steel, sterling silver, cotton thread, reflective fabric,2015

THE PROJECT
The landscape is the container of our utopia, we transform it and it tries to keep growing between the spontaneity of nature and the human action.
As a result of this, the contemporary landscapes are a mixture of dreams, intentions and chance. We put spaces and structures that are filled with experiences, nature, feelings and emotions on a canvas called landscape and we do the same with the jewels that can appropriate the body’s landscape.
Utopic Spaces is a way of materializing through jewelry the meeting of two worlds, two realities and two ways of dreaming. Noha Nicolescu from Romania and Titi Berrio from Colombia appropriated an atelier , a landscape in which a collective dream is built and exposed.

 

References
Lefebvre, H., (2000) Writing on cities. Blackwell Publishers
Foucault, M., (1984) Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias, Architecture /Mouvement/ Continuité
Laffoley, P., (2001) Utopic space. The Boston Visionary Cell
Louis Marin from, Utopiques, jeux d’espace

 

 

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09/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (37) – « Duality of Presence » – Super+Centercourt Gallery, Munich (DE) – 8-14 Mars 2017

(37)  « Duality of Presence« 

Opening Reception: March 8, 6pm

runs 08.03–14.03

Duality of Presence, is a curatorial collaboration between American Professors of Jewelry/Metalsmithing Kerianne Quick and Jess Tolbert.
The exhibition brings together contemporary jewelers and metalsmiths working in the United States, who use specific material and form to tell stories about place, histories, and conveyance.

(37) Duality of Presence

dualityofpresence  takes an explicit look at a generation of American contemporary makers united by the urge to connect to things and the world. As we grapple with the legacy of [alternative] material use in art jewelry in the age of globalization – we are united in the urgency our works express to identify with and bring insight to what it means to be in the world now. This exhibition was born from a noticeable shared concern and strategy expressed in the work of curators, colleagues, and other makers in the field. Within the field of contemporary art jewelry many reject or limit the use of precious materials associated with conventional jewelry in favor of non-traditional materials, focusing on a formal expression that may be conceptual in some way, or simply aesthetic. However some contemporary practitioners, including the artists in this exhibition, are mining material – calling upon origins, sourcing, histories, and/or supply chain information to embed value into the materials they select and use. This excavation is a powerful tool for authenticating and enhancing their underlying concepts. 

Recognizing this shared methodology as an important movement in American contemporary art jewelry and metalsmithing, Duality of Presence defines and explores those engaged with ‘material specificity’ in their making. We position the term ‘material specificity’ as a way of looking towards how material communicates complex and distinct narratives. Thinking of materials as active agents in the creation of meaning pushes past the notion that they are meaningless conduits and asserts a more substantive role; as conveyors of information, bearers of histories, and assemblers of discourses. Material Specific Artists enter into a deliberate collaboration and cooperative act with materials in the pursuit of meaning.

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Jina Seo - Super + Centercourt Gallery  « @dualityofpresence during the Munich Jewellery Week 2017. Some of my experimental pieces that push the boundary of jewelry and clothing are in the show « 
Jina SEO  (EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1)

Jina SEO -Holes_detail5 - "The fragments of ordinary clothes convey a tactile and erotic interaction, emphasizing the physical movements between certain parts of body and garments."  — Jina Seo: Jina SEO – Holes_detail5

 Jina Seo - The fragments of ordinary clothes convey a tactile and erotic interaction,  emphasizing the physical movements between certain parts of body and  garments."  — Jina Seo: Jina SEO - Holes_detail

SCHMUCK 2017 - DOP  (dualityofpresence) -  Jina SEO:  Jina SEO – HOLES -
«  »The fragments of ordinary clothes convey a tactile and erotic interaction, emphasizing the physical movements between certain parts of body and garments. »

DOP Duality of Presence Exhibition (@dualityofpresence) - Jina Seo "HOLES": Jina Seo « HOLES »

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Participating Artists :  Jessica Andersen – Lynn Batchelder – Thea ClarkNikki Couppee – Motoko Furuhashi – Steven Gordon Holman – Alexandra HoppMasumi Kataoka –  Joshua Kosker – Tova Lund – Sharon Massey – Jaydan Moore – Wei Lah Poh –  Kerianne Quick (Curator) — Kaiya Rainbolt – Yumi Janairo Roth –  Jina Seo – Jess Tolbert (Curator) — Demitra Ryan-Thomloudis

DOP  (dualityofpresence) -  Alexandra Hopp tagneckAlexandra Hopp –  tagneck.  « I use the traditional jewelry forms, techniques, materials, and visual vocabulary of the goldsmith, in purposeful profusion so the original function is lost, resulting in an exercise in mania. » DOP  (dualityofpresence)  -  Alexandra Hopp  Bibliomania: Alexandra HoppBibliomania necklace

 Joshua Kosker _hiding-in-the-flesh - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?"  —:  Joshua Kosker – hiding-in-the-flesh – « How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world? »

 Joshua Kosker _nestle - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?"  —:  Joshua Kosker _ nestle

Joshua Kosker _embed. - Utopia towels - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?" DOP (dualityofpresence) - kosker_embed_detail. - How do objects shape experiences and, in turn, how can actions imprint meaning on the material world?"  —  Joshua Kosker:

Joshua Kosker _embed. – Utopia towels

DOP (dualityofpresence) -  Thea Clark - Head of Franz Joseph Fiord:  Thea Clark - « Head of Franz Joseph Fiord »

 "The layers build with the resonance of color, texture, and material choices, allowing the pieces to pay homage to the natural wonder of the Arctic."  — Thea Clark: Thea Clark  « The layers build with the resonance of color, texture, and material choices, allowing the pieces to pay homage to the natural wonder of the Arctic. » 

Kerianne Quick- Transmutations_1. - "This work is based on the human urge to collect, to mark occasions with tangible objects, and an objects ability to connect us to history and memory." Kerianne Quick- Transmutations_1. – « This work is based on the human urge to collect, to mark occasions with tangible objects, and an objects ability to connect us to history and memory. »

Kerianne Quick  Transmutations - "This work is based on the human urge to collect, to mark occasions with tangible objects, and an objects ability to connect us to history and memory."  Kerianne Quick - Transmutations

Wei Lah Poh-  White Handle, necklace. -  "Handle draws upon enamelware’s visible record of use; it’s degraded and chipped edges, as well as the beautiful patina of rust on steel." Wei Lah Poh-  White Handle, necklace. -  « Handle draws upon enamelware’s visible record of use; it’s degraded and chipped edges, as well as the beautiful patina of rust on steel. »

Wei Lah Poh -  White Cup Wounded, bracelet with cup. -    "Handle draws upon enamelware’s visible record of use; it’s degraded and chipped edges, as well as the beautiful patina of rust on steel."  Wei Lah Poh -  White Cup Wounded, bracelet with cup

Kaiya Rainbolt -  Mattress#1 (Fear) - How can we respond to issues that are challenging and not succumb to the  urge to reject those that are painful to us?"  Kaiya Rainbolt -  Mattress#1 (Fear) – How can we respond to issues that are challenging and not succumb to the  urge to reject those that are painful to us? » 

Kaiya Rainbolt -  Confusion. -   "How can we respond to issues that are challenging and not succumb to the urge to reject those that are painful to us?"  — Kaiya Rainbolt: Kaiya Rainbolt -  Confusion

DoP  (dualityofpresence)   Kaiya Rainbolt's Violation #1  Kaiya Rainbolt‘s Violation #1

 Lynn Batchelder, How to Build a House:  Lynn Batchelder, How to Build a House

Demitra Thomloudis  "As jewelry, these intimate objects coexist with the body as a means to connect with the landscape from afar." Demitra Thomloudis  Over the Wall’ a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view – El Paso to Ciudad Juarez’s Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil. – « As jewelry, these intimate objects coexist with the body as a means to connect with the landscape from afar. »

  Demitra Thomloudis 'Over the Wall' a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view - El Paso to Ciudad Juarez's Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil.  Demitra Thomloudis ‘Over the Wall’ a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view – El Paso to Ciudad Juarez’s Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil.

Demitra Thomloudis - "As jewelry, these intimate objects coexist with the body as a means to connect with the landscape from afar."  —: Demitra Thomloudis  ‘Over the Wall’ a series of 90 brooches inspired by the cross boarder view – El Paso to Ciudad Juarez’s Anapra neighborhood. Cement, brass, steel paint, graphite pencil.

  Motoko Furuhashi mesilla_fromt -  I  "I am fascinated by the natural cycle of growth, decay, and death – and the complexity of the processes that govern life between one place and the next."  —: Motoko Furuhashi - mesilla_fromt -  I  « I am fascinated by the natural cycle of growth, decay, and death – and the complexity of the processes that govern life between one place and the next. »

Steven Gordon Holman - Stone Rabbit Neckpiece. - "The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture; its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie." Steven Gordon Holman – Stone Rabbit Neckpiece. – « The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture; its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie. »

Steven Gordon Holman -  Black Totem Neckpiece-  "The Tribe was born out of the West Desert and contemporary hunting culture; its shaman the rabbit and its oracle the magpie."  —: Steven Gordon Holman -  Black Totem Neckpiece

Nikki Couppee  corsageIV. brooch - "With the use of these everyday materials, I am able to exaggerate the size and abundance of gemstones to parody or poke fun at the socio-economic issues of class systems physically made manifest in the wearing of fine jewelry."  Nikki Couppee  corsageIV. brooch – « With the use of these everyday materials, I am able to exaggerate the size and abundance of gemstones to parody or poke fun at the socio-economic issues of class systems physically made manifest in the wearing of fine jewelry. » 

  Jessica  Anderson - "By presenting refuse in the intimate and personal format of jewelry, I ask the viewer to reflect upon their relationships to objects and things."   Jessica  Anderson – « By presenting refuse in the intimate and personal format of jewelry, I ask the viewer to reflect upon their relationships to objects and things. »

  Deposit1 Jessica Anderson - "By presenting refuse in the intimate and personal format of jewelry, I ask the viewer to reflect upon their relationships to objects and things."  —:  Deposit1 Jessica Anderson

 Tova Lund -  "This work explores my physical and psychological relationship to landscape and place.":  Tova Lund -  « This work explores my physical and psychological relationship to landscape and place. »

 Tova Lund's - Here and There   Tova Lund‘s – Here and There 

 Sharon Massey  Brickwork X necklace .     "My work is inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Through use of both labor and materials I pay homage to the region’s blue-collar past.":  Sharon Massey  – Brickwork – X necklace –   « My work is inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Through use of both labor and materials I pay homage to the region’s blue-collar past. »

 Sharon Massey  Brickwork_Necklace - "My work is inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Through use of both labor and materials I pay homage to the region’s blue-collar past."  —:  Sharon Massey  Brickwork_Necklace

DOP - Masumi Kataoka: Masumi Kataoka

Masumi Kataoka - DOP: Masumi Kataoka « I am interested in what jewelry can do. »

 Yumi Roth - Barbed_Wire_Ov. - "I explore immigration, hybridity, and displacement through discrete objects, site-responsive installations, solo projects, and collaborations."   — Yumi Janairo Roth: Yumi Roth – Barbed_Wire_Ov. – « I explore immigration, hybridity, and displacement through discrete objects, site-responsive installations, solo projects, and collaborations. »

DOP - Jess Tolbert _willowful2: Jess Tolbert – willowful2 – « I am interested in the ability objects hold – to connect people to individual and collective experiences, whether meaningful, evocative, or mundane. »

Jess Tolbert - willowful4 - "I am interested in the ability objects hold - to connect people to individual and collective experiences, whether meaningful, evocative, or mundane."   — Jess Tolbert: Jess Tolbert - willowful4

 Duality of Presence defines and explores ‘material specificity’ as a movement in American contemporary art jewellery and metalsmithing where artists aim to reveal hidden narratives through the use of specific materials. The works emphasize the importance of maker-viewer communication, by demonstrating the effectiveness of material centered conveyance, where artists tell stories that connect to the wider world. The works demonstrate a broad range of subject matter, with material specificity as the common thread. In addition to the physical display of objects, the exhibition will include two interactive digital components, a innovative use of virtual reality and an interactive website. Virtual reality headsets integrated into the gallery display will show VR videos produced by selected participating artists using a virtual reality multi-lens camera. Each video will transport the viewer from the gallery to a significant site or moment chosen and filmed by the artist.

 

 

 

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Adalbertstrtraße 44
80799 Munich
Wed-Tue 11:00–17:00

 

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#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (69) – ‘Light Matters’ – Erco Showroom, Munich (DE) – 9-11 Mars 2017

(69) LIGHT MATTERS

Opening Fri 10.03  18:00-20:00

(69) Light matters
Six jewellery artists and Erco, together in a show reflecting on why LIGHT MATTERS. Unique jewellery pieces interact with innovative illumination in order to create a new subject full of possibilities for interpretations. The viewer is swirled into a game of light and shadow, material and ephemeral, handmade and digital. The silent dialogue between these two realities create an intricate scenery.
All photos by Federico Cavicchioli
with :  Daria Borovkova Valentina CapriniLena Grabher — Daria Olejniczak — Lavinia RossettiMaría Ignacia Walker
  Light Matters - Daria Borokova. Ring: Untitled, 2016. Personal alloy.. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Being and Belonging.  Daria Borokova. Ring: Untitled, 2016. Personal alloy.. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Being and Belonging 
  Light Matters - Maria Ignacia Walker. Necklace: Untitled, 2017. Resin, fishing line.. 30 x 15 x 4 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Piel. Maria Ignacia Walker. Necklace: Untitled, 2017. Resin, fishing line.. 30 x 15 x 4 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Piel
Light Matters-   Lena Grabher. Bracelet: Diplopia 11, 2016. 3D printed elasto-plastic, glass, monofilament.. 16 x 13 x 13 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli.: Lena Grabher. Bracelet: Diplopia 11, 2016. 3D printed elasto-plastic, glass, monofilament.. 16 x 13 x 13 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli 
Light Matters - Valentina Caprini. Brooch: Hybrids, 2017. Thread, silver, white gold.. 63 x 47 x 5 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Pink roots Valentina Caprini. Brooch: Hybrids, 2017. Thread, silver, white gold.. 63 x 47 x 5 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Pink roots
Valentina Caprini  -   cuffs  valentinacaprini_gioielli - at LIGHT MATTERS Valentina Caprini_gioielli - cuffs 
Valentina Caprini - LIGHT MATTERS-exhibition during #mjw2017.  Valentina Caprini
Light Matters - Lavinia Rossetti. Necklace: Untitled, 2017. Silver.. 18 x 24 x 9 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Aracne  Lavinia Rossetti. Necklace: Untitled, 2017. Silver.. 18 x 24 x 9 cm. Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli. From series: Aracne 
LIGHT MATTERS - Daria Olejniczak Pendant: Untitled, 2016 Women's magazine paper, silver, cotton ribbon. 4 x 7 x 50 cm Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli From series: Bodies: Daria Olejniczak Pendant: Untitled, 2016 Women’s magazine paper, silver, cotton ribbon. 4 x 7 x 50 cm Photo by: Federico Cavicchioli From series: Bodies 

 

 

 

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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
09.03-14.03
11:30-18:00

 More information: www.studiokomplekt.com

 

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08/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (87) – TONE VIGELAND – Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich (DE) – 11 Mars-11 Juin 2017

87 (on map) -

TONE VIGELAND. JEWELLERY – OBJECT – SCULPTURE

at Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich, Germany
Opening 10.03.2017 from 7.00 p.m.
Press conference: 10.03.2017 from 11.00 a.m.

TONE VIGELAND:

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Tone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 1994 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl: Tone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 1994 Silver Photo by: Guri DahlTone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 2001 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl: Tone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 2001 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl

 

Scandinavian studio jewelry is inconceivable without her and her works. As early as the beginning of the 1960s Tone Vigeland’s jewelry objects were routinely included in what are today legendary publications and exhibitions, such as the International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery held 1961 in the Goldsmiths Hall London, which first familiarized the public with the emerging art style of studio jewelry. Now, to mark her 80th birthday, Die Neue Sammlung is devoting its first solo exhibition in Europe outside Scandinavia to the grand dame of Scandinavian studio jewelry – 50 years after Vigeland’s first solo exhibition in 1967 in the Kunstnerneshus in Oslo.

  Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 2017 Silver Ø 6,6 cm Photo by: Guri Dahl  Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 2017 Silver Ø 6,6 cm Photo by: Guri Dahl

 

 

 

With their flowing shapes Tone Vigeland’s pieces generally fit snugly despite being made of metal. Vigeland oxidizes the light shiny silver until it is as black as iron. Through contact with the skin the silver regains its play with the light, and lent and dreamt of metallic color variations. Every piece becomes individualized through virtue of being worn. Though they stand out for their size and volume, the objects consist of an incredibly large number of tiny hand worked parts – minute pipes twisted from silver wire, precisely cut rectangular and round discs or tiny pellets and rings – so cleverly joined together as to be invisible to the naked eye. Tone Vigeland’s art on the body appears simultaneously modern and archaic.
About the artist:
Born 1938 into one of the most famous artist families of Norway Vigeland’s artistic training began 1955 at the Statens Håndverk-og Kunstindustriskole Oslo (today Kunsthøgskolen in Oslo, National Academy of the Arts). To learn goldsmith work she moved 1957 to the Oslo Vocational School. In 1958 she joined the avant-garde artist cooperative Plus in Frederikstad, where several of the works she designed as a student were produced in series. Earrings worked from a single silver loop, whose restrained simplicity and linearity was typical for the style in Scandinavia after World War II, were successfully produced until 1985. In 1961, Tone Vigeland opened her own workshop, and began producing one-offs. Since then she has produced many world-famous items of jewelry which have been honored with numerous distinctions. These are now on show for the first time in a solo exhibition featuring 150 of her works.
  In a high-profile exhibition in Galerie Riis 1995 in Oslo, Vigeland took an important step into a different dimension – namely art in architectural space – and simultaneously a move away from decorative art that cites the human body. This move from the body to free space seems a huge one, and yet was quite a logical step for Tone Vigeland.
The very highest distinction have accompanied the artistic oeuvre of this extraordinary Norwegian artist: the Prince Eugen Medal from Sweden in 1988, appointment as Commander of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav in 1996, the Anders Jahre Art Prize and in 2008 she received the Golden Ring of Honor from the Association for Goldsmiths’ Art in Hanau.
  The exhibition was realized with the kind support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Oslo, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Berlin, the Royal Norwegian Consulate in Munich and the Danner-Stiftung, and in cooperation with Norwegian Crafts, Oslo.
In January 2018 the exhibition will be on show in Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum in Trondheim.

Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 1997 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl: Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 1997 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl

 

 

Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum
Pinakothek der Moderne, Rotunda,
Türkenstrasse 15
80333 -  Munich
GERMANY
info@die-neue-sammlung.de
tel  49 0 89 27 27 25 0  /49 0 89 27 27 25 561
11.03-11.06


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#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO – (36) Precieux Passages – Institut Français, Munich (DE) – 8-13 Mars 2017

(36) Precieux Passages

Institut Français München

Opening Wed. March 8th from 5pm until 9.30pm

(36)  Precieux Passages (Silhouettes, broches Céline Sylvestre)(Silhouettes, broches Céline Sylvestre) (iron, silk thread – 2015 -photo © Matthieu Gauchet)

 

with :   Rodrigo Acosta AriasAngela Bermudez Stella BierrenbachBabette Boucher –  Céline Buffetrille — Patricia DominguesJonathan HensElvira H. MateuUlrike Kampfert Christiane KöhneNadine KuffnerSonia LedosAude MedoriNathalie PerretGalatée Pestre — Linda Pieri –  Janire Roman DiazJanina StüblerCéline SylvestreEdu TarinLaurence VerdierCaro Weiss

 Jonathan Hens - HUMAN 2.0 #8 Necklace - pewter/ latex/ sutures - 2016 PHOTO ©: Tom Van Den WijngaertJonathan Hens – HUMAN 2.0 #8 Necklace – pewter/ latex/ sutures – 2016 PHOTO ©: Tom Van Den WijngaertAngela Bermudes Pöhlmann - La razón poética. Common senses Body Object - Concrete, cat whiskers, steel, rubber, silver - 2016 PHOTO ©: Tania CastroAngela Bermudes Pöhlmann – La razón poética. Common senses Body Object – Concrete, cat whiskers, steel, rubber, silver – 2016 PHOTO ©: Tania Castro

Aude Medori - Les Irremplaçables, Laurence, Pascal et Bonne maman Stomacher - silver, pearl - 2016 PHOTO ©: Aude MedoriAude Medori – Les Irremplaçables, Laurence, Pascal et Bonne maman Stomacher – silver, pearl – 2016 PHOTO ©: Aude Medori

 Galatée PestreGalatée PestreCaro Weiss -Wurm & Stein pendant - recon, jade, silver - 2014 PHOTO ©: CaroCaro Weiss -Wurm & Stein pendant – recon, jade, silver – 2014 PHOTO ©: Caro

 Patricia Domingues - Serie Duality Brooch - Reconstructed Coral, Steel - 2015 PHOTO ©: Manuela Ocaña: Patricia Domingues – Serie Duality Brooch – Reconstructed Coral, Steel – 2015 PHOTO ©: Manuela Ocaña: Edu tarin -Mold B2 Necklace - Yellow jasper, copper, gold - 2016 PHOTO ©: Edu TarinEdu Tarin -Mold B2 Necklace – Yellow jasper, copper, gold – 2016 PHOTO ©: Edu TarinCéline Sylvestre-  broche  Silhouettes Céline Sylvestre-  broche  Silhouettes

Christiane Köhne - gefaltete Linie groß 1 pendant - Copper, Silver 925, guilloche, rosegold plated. - 2014 PHOTO ©: Joachim SchellenbergerChristiane Köhne – gefaltete Linie groß 1 pendant – Copper, Silver 925, guilloche, rosegold plated. – 2014 PHOTO ©: Joachim Schellenberger

Nadine Simone Kuffner - Duktus Rings - tin - 2016 PHOTO ©: Mirei TakeuchiNadine Simone Kuffner – Duktus Rings – tin – 2016 PHOTO ©: Mirei Takeuchi

Rodrigo Acosta- Desformas. Forma Nº1 Brooch - Fabric, brass, cotton thread and steel wire. - 2015 PHOTO ©: Adolfo López: Rodrigo Acosta- Desformas. Forma Nº1 Brooch – Fabric, brass, cotton thread and steel wire. – 2015 PHOTO ©: Adolfo López:

  Stella Bierrenbach - Crack'd Necklace -plaster, wood, metal, paper, resin - 2016 PHOTO ©: stella bierrenbachStella Bierrenbach - Crack’d Necklace -plaster, wood, metal, paper, resin – 2016 PHOTO ©: stella bierrenbach

Précieux Passages is an international exhibition that highlights the contemporary jewellery youth front. It was born in 2013, arising under the determination of three French artists, Pestre, Sylvestre and Verdier. As the first contemporary jewellery festival was about to take place in Paris (becoming le Parcours Bijoux), they wished to show the general public the great diversity of jewellery and were able to invite twenty-two worldwide artists to be part of a major exposition at the Forney library.
 Four years and several exhibitions later, the three artists have become a professional curating team, and many artists of Précieux Passage have won international jewellery awards and recognition. This year the Précieux Passages artists are invited to show their latest pieces at l’Institut Français München, for the second year in a row.

 

Institut français München

Kaulbachstr. 13,
80539 Munich
Opening hours :
08.3. 5pm-9.30pm
09.-10.3. 2pm-8pm
11.-12.3. 11am-6pm
13.3. 11am-5pm

 

07/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (53) – DICOTOMIAS – Atelier Gallery, Munich (DE) – 9-12 Mars 2017

(53) DICOTOMIAS

Jordi Aparicio and Jorge Manilla

Opening Thu 9 march, 13:00–18:00

(53) DICOTOMIAS

This exhibition is a visual dialogue between the artists using the idea of dualities. We invite people not only to see our work but also to analyse, observe, feel, think and discuss without it being a didactic exhibition. We want to create an approximation to the textures, colours and emotions caused by the pieces. We are interested in how people connect visual aspects to personal feelings of memories. People usually think about things in black and white, but we want to know where the middle point is… this exhibition will show emotional and visual confrontations with multi-categorical pieces.

   Jorge Manilla, Brooch, leather, copper:   Jorge Manilla, Brooch, leather, copper

  Jorge Manilla, Brooch, Leather, wood:  Jorge Manilla, Brooch, Leather, wood

53 DICOTOMIAS -  Jorge Manilla, Brooch, Leather: Jorge Manilla, Brooch, Leather 

53 DICOTOMIAS -  Jorge Manilla, Brooch, leather, wood:  Jorge Manilla, Brooch, leather, wood 53 DICOTOMIAS -  Jordi Aparicio, Ring, silver:  Jordi Aparicio, Ring, silver

53 DICOTOMIAS -  Jordi Aparicio, necklace, silver: Jordi Aparicio, necklace, silver

  53 DICOTOMIAS -  Jordi Aparicio earrings: Jordi Aparicio earrings

 

Atelier Gallery – PunktPunktKommaKunst Sauermann / Zeise
Donnersbergerstraße 48
Opening Thu 13:00–18:00 – Fri, Sat 12:00-18:00
www.jorgemanilla.comwww.jordiaparicio.es

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