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15/02/2016

Selected 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Marie-Louise Kristensen

Classé dans : Danemark (DK),DECOUVERTE,Marie-Louise KRISTENSEN (DK),SCHMUCK (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:21

 … Have a seat with Marie-Louise Kristensen  

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

Skt. Loye Prisen 2012 MARIE LOUISE KRISTENSEN-DK: Marie-Louise Kristensen 2012

« cultural heritage under a magnifying glass » (about) – « Marie-Louise Kristensen has  been inspired by everyday objects. With an ironic subtitle …. most of  Danmark’s visitors will recognise from the streets of Copenhagen. » –

She is said to be a « storyteller » : « It’s not at all important to me that everyone gets the story right. Making storytelling jewelry is, for me, not telling a story one to one. It’s more like a three-dimensional puzzle where I can work in different layers, on different platforms, using the scale, the materials, the placement, the jewelry tradition, symbols, the title, and with a lot of work and a touch of magic, it all adds up into a finished piece. And then, the viewer might feel a connection, maybe sense the layers of complexity, and maybe feel entertained or amused.  » (AJF interview)

Marie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch Marie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch « CPH park bench » 2011 – brass, wood

Marie-Louise Kristensen - BroochMarie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch « a chair ? Y ? » 2012 – wood, plated brass, thread

Marie-Louise Kristensen - "coffee chain" - 2012 brooch - gold, silver, wood: Marie-Louise Kristensen - « coffee chain » – 2012 brooch – gold, silver, wood

Marie-Louise Kristensen - Brooch 2012 - part of an antique Chinese bracelet - silver, wood, leather, porcelainMarie-Louise Kristensen – Brooch 2012 – part of an antique Chinese bracelet – silver, wood, leather, porcelain

  …… or her silhouettes brooches, that make me so laugh ?!! it’s SO « that’s it !!! »

Marie-Louise Kristensen - from "Bangko[k]ilection" 2013 serie - "From Russia with love" brooch - 2013 silver, enamel: Marie-Louise Kristensen – from « Bangko[k]ilection » 2013 serie – « From Russia with love » brooch – 2013 silver, enamel

Marie-Louise Kristensen - from "Bangko[k]ilection" 2013 serie - "Frau von Vielfub" 2013 brooch - silver, enamel: Marie-Louise Kristensen – from « Bangko[k]ilection » 2013 serie – « Frau von Vielfub » 2013 brooch – silver, enamel

and the BEST one for the end !

Marie-Louise Kristensen - from "Bangko[k]ilection" 2013 serie -  "Finest quality" 2013 brooch silver, enamel: Marie-Louise Kristensen – from « Bangko[k]ilection » 2013 serie -  « Finest quality » 2013 brooch silver, enamel

 

14/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘SHELF LIFE’ – Vitsoe, Munich (DE) – 20 Fevr.–1er Mars 2016

 SHELF LIFE -

Work by 33 makers, staff and students of Central Saint Martins

Opening event 26.02  – 17.00 – 20.00

25.02.2016:  Talk by Lin Cheung and Naomi Filmer,   from 16.00 – 17.00h
27.02.2016: Exhibitors Tour, 11.00-12.00

« #4 on the #mjw16 #munichjewelleryweek MAP / Shelf Life shows work by 33 makers, staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course.… »:

Shelf Life shows work by 33 makers, staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course, showing for the first time at Vitsœ in Munich, this is the second project where staff and students display work as equals in a celebration of the diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects. Within the breadth of possibilities, the common thread of the course is using materials and objects imaginatively and expressively in response to observations, emotions and situations.

with :   Elena Bonanomi — Caroline Broadhead — Season Cheng — Lin Cheung — Olivia Cosh Hall — Lucie Davies — Naomi FilmerMelanie Georgacopoulos — Rosie Greener — Emily Grimble — Katy Hackney — Lily Harte — Stacey Huang — Jieun Kim — Giles Last — Fan Sze Li — Holly Matthewson — Marlene McKibbin – Maria Militsi Akiko Shinzato — Ella Stern — Esna Su — Yuxi Sun — Florance Tebbutt — Anna Tuhus — Juliette van de Kerchove — Misha Venter — Max Warren — Silvia Weidenbach — Scott Wilson — Jennifer Wong — Scarlett Zhang — Hau-Wen Chien — Juliette van der Kerchove

The concept of Shelf Life is apt for this exhibition, in that it is located within the shelves of the Vitsœ showroom, using the relationship between the shelf space and the works placed on them to reflect on issues of temporality and endurance.
To shelve means to put something aside, to discard, to remove from everyday use. In contrast, we use shelves to display, as a way to draw attention to and highlight things of importance. What do we keep on our shelves? How long do we keep them there? How does the shelf life affect the thing produced? What is life like to live on the shelf? What is life beyond the shelf? Are just some of the questions we can ask.
Some of the work displayed has been made in response to projects, some self-motivated, and some in response to the idea of shelves.

The basis we work to is that jewellery is a microcosm through which to explore and express responses to the world. The course values an open-minded approach, experimentation and risk-taking, along with the more traditional skills. And we encourage jewellery design to be explored, questioned and tested out in a number of guises and contexts, with skill and imagination.
Having the chance to show work from novice and veteran practitioners, from either end of a career path, is a valuable one. It demonstrates a continuity of the subject; how ideas are taken up, reworked, tussled with and how new ideas take hold. Shelf Life gives us the opportunity to celebrate the work of staff and students and which reflects some of our diversity and achievements. / Caroline Broadhead, Course Leader of BA Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins

We are often amazed and charmed by the many different ways individuals and organisations wish to use Vitsœ’s shelves. But then this versatility is not surprising, as the 606 Universal Shelving System was designed to be discreet and to allow the content to speak.
The vibrancy of thinking and experimentation explored by the staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course is both energising and brave. It feels natural for Vitsœ to support, both in the physical and literal sense, as this body of work challenges our thinking of how we use our shelves./ Jennie Moncur, Creative Director at Vitsœ

ShelfLife - Fan Sze LiFan Sze Li attachment

Central Saint Martins Graduation Show 2015 -  Fan Sze Fiona Li Attachments Combining hardware-store grit and playful eccentricity, Fiona’s work departs from the notion of decorative jewellery for women and instead explores masculine objects of function and practicality. Using braces and snap hooks, her pieces echo masculine construction tools and attire, fashioned in contrasting materials such as dusty pink suede and flashy gold metal. This transforms the concept of unfashionably dull hard labou: Fan Sze Li

‘Shelf Life’: BA Jewellery Design to Exhibit in Munich - Misha VENTER: Misha Venter

Akiko Shinzato Piece: Wearing Make Up, 2015 Leather, Swarovski crystals Photo by: Barney McCann Model: Alice Hurel - SHELF LIFE exhibition  -  Central Saint Martins. New Graduates 2015: Akiko Shinzato Piece: Wearing Make Up, 2015 Leather, Swarovski crystals

Esna Su - Central St. Martins: Esna Su

Lily Harte - SHELF LIFE: Lily Harte

 Melanie Georgacopoulos (or Melanie Georgacopolis  ?????): Melanie Georgacopoulos

 

Vitsoe
Türkenstraße 36
80799 -  Munich
GERMANY

Mon-Fri 10.00 – 19.00, Sat 10.00-18.00, Sun 11:00-19:00
www.csm.arts.ac.uk
tel +44 20 7514 7006
+44 20 7428 1608rupert.evansharding@vitsoe.com
n.dillon@csm.arts.ac.uk

 

 

 

13/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘MYTHS 2016 – TEST DRIVE’ – Parked in front of Gallery Weltraum, Munich (DE) – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

MYTHS 2016 – TEST DRIVE 

#13

MYTHS is a series of jewellery art exhibitions to promote contemporary Greek design and culture.
MYTHS* shop revenues help us funding our projects including Artist Residencies and stipends, as well as Stray Animal projects in Greece.
MYTHS is curated by Loukia Richards and Christoph Ziegler.

MYTHS 2015 Greek Jewellery Art - MYTHS 2016 - TEST DRIVE - Parked in front of Gallery Weltraum
Rumfordstraße 26, Munich

with:  Joanne Haywood (UK) — Judith Schwendener (NL) — Dita Antonopoulou (GR) — Lital Mendel  (IL) — Yolande Duchateau (BE) — Nolia Shakti (NL) — Anne Dinan (USA) — T-Squared (ISR) — Eugenia Feroussi (GR) –  Linda Savineau (BE) — Marion Delarue (FR) — EDELPLAST/Billie Van Nieuwenhuyzen (BE) — Kalliopi Andrikopoulou /Syn Apeiro (GR) — Juan Harnie (BE) — Thikwa Werkstatt für Theater und Kunst (DE) — Eleftheria Spantidaki (GR) — Martijntje Cornelia (NL) — Christoph Ziegler (DE) — Loukia Richards (GR/UK).

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 If you can check out how a car works, why not check out whether a piece of jewellery makes you look glamorous, popular, funny, sophisticated, attractive etc?
If the project works, it will open new ways to promote and sell jewellery and everybody in this business can profit from the experiment.
If it does not work, it will still be a charming utopian experiment to be remembered for years.
However, we think in a country like Germany with shared economy/swarming/DIY dominant in the public discourse the idea will work and  will sell.
More details on what exactly is Myths 2016-Test Drive soon. Stay tuned.

« Μyths 2016-Test Drive » have the honor and pleasure to announce its cooperation with PLATFORM Munich.
PLATFORM is a pilot project of the city of Munich, financed by the Department of Labor and Economic Development.
It offers space for cultural production, develops concepts for and with actors of the cultural and creative industries and builds new alliances between culture and business.
« Myths 2016 – Test Drive » is inspired by Share Economy, the discourse on saving energy and resources, as well as the change in consumption patterns in developped countries.
http://www.platform-muenchen.de

Driver's Heaven, 2015 - Christoph Ziegler. Pendant with vintage chain. Materials: Recycled material, plastic, metal chain.Christoph Ziegler.  Driver’s Heaven, 2015 -  Pendant with vintage chain. Materials: Recycled material, plastic, metal chain

Nolia Shakti - it-is-time-to-show-your-true-selfNolia Shakti – it-is-time-to-show-your-true-self

Nolia Shakti, "Object hanging".Nolia Shakti, « Object hanging »

Linda Savineau (BE) - Time+DecoLinda Savineau (BE) – Time+Deco

 Eleftheria Spantidaki. "Mind the Stone", 2016. Bubble wrap, cotton and linen threads, moss, burlap sack, glass beads Photo credit: Studio Kominis Athens Eleftheria Spantidaki. « Mind the Stone », 2016. Bubble wrap, cotton and linen threads, moss, burlap sack, glass beads Photo credit: Studio Kominis Athens

Edelplast - Billie Van Nieuwenhuyzen, Belgium. Bracelet.Edelplast / Billie Van Nieuwenhuyzen (BE). Bracelet

 Linda Savineau - "Balls" Linda Savineau – « Balls »

Anne Dinan -  TEST her jewellery @ Myths 2016: Anne Dinan -  TEST her jewellery @ Myths 2016

Judith Schwendener (CH/NL) is a "Myths 2016 - Test Drive" participant Judith Schwendener (CH/NL) is a « Myths 2016 – Test Drive » participant

Anne Delarue (France) is the next participant of our "Myths 2016-Test Drive" Anne Delarue (FR) is a participant of our « Myths 2016-Test Drive »

Loukia RichardsLoukia Richards

Yolande Duchateau, "Feathers". Necklace made of recycled PE tubes, nylon, red coral and metal chain.Yolande Duchateau, « Feathers ». Necklace made of recycled PE tubes, nylon, red coral and metal chain.

Nolia Shakti Necklace: Black Flowers, 2015 Nespresso capsules, gold plated metal, magnet 7 x 7 x 75 cm Photo by: Jeroen Calon From series: Throw Away Gold: Nolia Shakti Necklace: Black Flowers, 2015 Nespresso capsules, gold plated metal, magnet 7 x 7 x 75 cm Photo by: Jeroen Calon From series: Throw Away Gold

Juan Harnie - Scar(r)ed - Brooch - 2015  Juan Harnie – Scar(r)ed – Brooch – 2015 - Syringes, steel, latex, thread

 

 

Parked in front of Gallery Weltraum
Rumfordstraße 26, Munich
24.02.2016 – 01.03.2016
14:00-20:00
www.myths2015.de
myths2015@zoho.com

 

 

12/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘ESTONISHING !’ – Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich (DE) – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

Galeria Thomas Cohn

ESTONISHING ! 13* from Estonia

during Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich Munich, Germany – Galerie Thomas Cohn
Curator:  Galeria Thomas Cohn

Estonishing ! 13* from Estonia

Galeria Thomas Cohn is participating at the Handwerkmesse, SCHMUCK 2016 with an update of the production of Estonian artists after the publication of the book « Castle in the Air » by ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers. Galeria Thomas Cohn, a Brazilian gallery and the only one to represent Latin America, represents well-known artists from 14 different countries who are both exhibiting and providing workshops for local artists and students.

 Artist list  Liv Blavarp — Marcia Cirne Lima — Sonia Gomes — Sofja Hallik – Hanna Hedman — Nils HintPiret Hirv — Karin Johansson — Beppe Kessler — Julia Maria Künnap — Udi Lagallina — Kristina Laurits — Nel Linssen — Eve Margus VillemsKadri MälkVillu Plink — Darja Popolitova — Katja Prins — Marina Sheetikoff — Carina Shoshtary — Bettina Speckner — Anna Talbot — Ketli Tiitsar — Terhi Tolvanen — Maria Valdma — Tanel Veenre

 Ketli Tiitsar Second Nature V brooch 2016 ash wood, silver, pigment: Ketli Tiitsar Second Nature V brooch 2016 ash wood, silver, pigment

 Piret Hirv One Straw brooch 2015 silver: Piret Hirv One Straw brooch 2015 silver

 Eve Margus-Villems - Hermes&Hera rings 2015 gabbro, marble, white gold, oxidized silver: Eve Margus-Villems – Hermes&Hera rings 2015 gabbro, marble, white gold, oxidized silver

 Sofia Hallik Homeosis_III necklace 2015 plastic, 18ct gold, rubber:  Sofia Hallik Homeosis_III necklace 2015 plastic, 18ct gold, rubber

 Maarja Niinemägi Nightfloats brooch 2013 engraved milky opal, buffalo horn, silver, gold: Maarja Niinemägi Nightfloats brooch 2013 engraved milky opal, buffalo horn, silver, gold

 Tanel Veenre Neckpiece: Magic Flute III, 2016 Wood, rock crystal, silver: Tanel Veenre Neckpiece: Magic Flute III, 2016 Wood, rock crystal, silver

 Julia-Maria Künnap Brooch: Mother and daughter I, 2015 Gold, obsidian:  Julia-Maria Künnap Brooch: Mother and daughter I, 2015 Gold, obsidian

 Nils Hint Necklace: Very practical necklace, 2016 forged / welded iron:  Nils Hint Necklace: Very practical necklace, 2016 forged / welded iron

  Kadri Mälk Brooch: Duende 1, 2016 Painted cibatool, silver, pleonast:  Kadri Mälk Brooch: Duende 1, 2016 Painted cibatool, silver, pleonast

 

 

Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Willy Brandt Allee 1, Messegelände
81829 -  Munich
GERMANYMail: thomcohn@gmail.com
Phone: 0049 89 5119 248

11/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘NEW WORK from a NEW WORLD’ – Galerie Jordanow, Munich (DE) – 25-28 Fevr. 2016

NEW WORK from a NEW WORLD

Galerie Biró in cooperation with Jewelers’Werk USA
At  Galerie Jordanow, Zieblandstr. 19, 80799 München
Öffnungszeiten: 25.-28.02. 2016. Täglich von 11 bis 19 Uhr

New work from the new world:

Sélection d’artistes américains :

Thea ClarkRebekah Frank + Iris EichenbergMissy GraffLisa GralnickMielle HarveyTimothy Veske-McMahonDarcy MiroEdgar MosaSeth Papac — Carolanne Patterson — Sharon PortelanceLauren Tickle-TietjeAric VerrastroJonathan Wahl –  Sayumi Yokouchi

Thea Clark 2016: Thea Clark 2016 - Ice - brooch, 2016, pigmented plaster, resin, anthracite, wood, metals.

 Rebekah Frank - Max height 3 composite - rectangle series  Rebekah Frank – Max height 3 composite – rectangle series

Missy Graff  Missy Graff  Lengthen 2013 – Fascia series

Lisa Gralnick  - Gold Zoloft necklace - The Gold Standard : Gold Standard Part I: Commodification and Sensible Economy Lisa Gralnick :   Gold Zoloft necklace – The Gold Standard : Gold Standard Part I: Commodification & Sensible Economy - works related to value of object

Mielle Harvey - golden bird finger ring 2011 Mielle Harvey – golden bird finger ring 2011

Timothy Veske-McMahon - Glyph/Borne: Timothy Veske-McMahon – Glyph/Borne

Darcy Miro - Oxidised silver cuff bracelet, six black diamonds  Darcy Miro – Oxidised silver cuff bracelet, six black diamonds 

Earropes by Edgar Mosa | photo by @josephmcs | modeled by @sarah_mccall  Earropes by Edgar Mosa | photo by @josephmcs | modeled by @sarah_mccall

Seth Papac  Brooch, 2015 -Brass, powder coated brass frame, velourSeth Papac  Brooch, 2015 -Brass, powder coated brass frame, velour

Sharon Portelance-"Wreath for Liam and Maeve" bracelet: Sharon Portelance- Memory Breathes – « Wreath for Liam and Maeve » bracelet - sterling silver, 22ktgold

Lauren Tickle  "Is it Legal?"   brooch 2015: Lauren Tickle  « Is it Legal? »   brooch 2015

Aric Verrastro - Timekeepers serie -  Here to There  Steel, driftwood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, thread  105x9x2cm  Necklace  2015: Aric Verrastro  Timekeepers serie -  Here to There  Steel, driftwood, sterling silver, acrylic paint, thread  105x9x2cm  Necklace  2015:

 Jonathan Wahl - "Faceted" / charcoal: Jonathan Wahl - « Faceted » / charcoal

Sayumi Yokouchi, Untitled, 2015, brooch, thermoplastic, silver, white gold, 45 x 55 x 10 mm, photo: artist: Sayumi Yokouchi, Untitled, 2015, brooch, thermoplastic, silver, white gold, 45 x 55 x 10 mm, photo: artist

 

 

Galerie Jordanow, Zieblandstr. 19, 80799 München

Galerie Biró
Zieblandstrasse 19
80799 München
Tel: + 49 (0) 89 27 30 686
zobel@galerie-biro.de
Opening ours: Thursday to Friday 11am to 16pm, Saturday 11am to 2pm
www.galerie-biro.de

10/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘The BOX’ – Galerie Biró Junior, Munich (DE) – 25-28 Fevr. 2016

Galerie Biró Junior in cooperation with Bella Neyman & Ruta Reifen from Platforma, New York
THE BOX
#39 – curator: Platforma, Bella Neyman & Ruta Reifen, New York

Galerie Biró Junior in cooperation with Bella Neyman & Ruta Reifen from Platforma, New York. The curators of The Box posed a unique challenge to a select group of artists. Take 5 readymade materials purchased at the dollar store & give value to something invaluable by creating 3 wearable pieces of jewelry.  This challenge feeds into the contemporary jewelry artists’ interest in working with non-precious & alternative materials. The group includes3 American & 3 European art:

 Artists:  Sofia Björkman, SW — Réka Lörincz, HU — Bruce Metcalf, USA –  Gisbert Stach, DE — Demitra Thomloudis, USA – Timothy Veske-McMahon, USA
The curators of  The Box posed a unique challenge to a select group of artists. Take 5 readymade materials purchased at the dollar store & give value to something invaluable by creating 3 wearable pieces of jewelry. This challenge feeds into the contemporary jewelry artists’ interest in working with non-precious & alternative materials.
The group includes three American and three European artists. They are Bruce Metcalf, Demi Thomloudis, Timothy Veske-McMahon, Sofia Björkman, Réka Lörinz and Gisbert Stach.
Each artist received a box containing five standard size white envelopes, a small white towel, three white erasers, three CDs, and a can of Diet Coke. The materials were chosen because they are all white and echo a metaphorical blank page. These items can also be manipulated in multiple ways.

THE BOX Galerie Biró Junior

 Réka Lörincz necklace for THE BOXRéka Lörincz necklace for THE BOX

pendant by Sofia Björkman - part of THE BOX exhibition during SCHMUCK 2016pendant by Sofia Björkman – part of THE BOX exhibition during SCHMUCK 2016

brooch by Sofia Björkman - part of THE BOX exhibitionbrooch by Sofia Björkman – part of THE BOX exhibition

 Demitra Ryan-Thomloudis - Brooch: Hollow Formed Cement, resin, cloth, diet coke can, CD, paint, Nickel silver for the BOX: Demitra Ryan-Thomloudis – Brooch: Hollow Formed Cement, resin, cloth, diet coke can, CD, paint, Nickel silver – for the BOX exhibition

Bruce Metcalf -  Second brooch for "The Box." Made from a Diet Coke can, envelopes, plexiglass, moonstone, glass cabochon, and silver. Height 4 1/2""Bruce Metcalf -  Second brooch for « The Box. » Made from a Diet Coke can, envelopes, plexiglass, moonstone, glass cabochon, and silver. Height 4 1/2″ »

 

Galerie Biró Junior
Freiraum , Pestalozzistraße 8,
80469 München
Thu-Sat 11:00 – 18:00, Sun 12:00-15:00
www.galerie-biro.de

 

 

 

 

09/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘ASTONISH’ – Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich, Hall B1, booth n°751 (DE) – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

« Astonish » is a group of fresh, young, jewellery artists, which are current students or recent alumni from Trier University of Applied Sciences, Campus Idar-Oberstein, Department of Gemstones and Jewellery. Studying in Idar-Oberstein means not just finding an own language in form and material, but also dealing with the topic « Gemstone ». This year, we got the possibility to show the world our very different approaches towards gemstone on four different fairs. Whether we love, hate, or leave the material, come over and check out our jewellery!
 
Meet us at Inhorgenta Munich in Hall C2 booth number 524 and 526.
Two weeks later we will be present at Internationale Handwerksmesse München, booth number 751 in Hall B1. 24 Feb 2016  -  01 Mar 2016
Then, in March we will show our pieces at Jewellery and Gem Fair Freiburg, Hall 2 booth number 2B35, 47.
In June you can visit us at Eunique Karlsruhe.

 „Astonish“ is a group of young jewellery artists which are current students or recent alumni’s form University of Applied Sciences Trier, Campus Idar-Oberstein-

Participants of « Astonish »:  Dana Seachuga Edu Tarin Eva BurtonGabriela Cohn — Helen Habtay — Julia Obermaier — Katharina Reimann — Saerom KongSharareh AghaeiStephie Morawetz

 Eva Burton - detail of "Blue melodies through the window" necklace - Reclaimed woods from cello, chairs &   chess, sodalite, crisopras, antique paper, silver, gold, acrylic paint - 2015 - 00 x 100 x 30 mm: Eva Burton – detail of « Blue melodies through the window » necklace – Reclaimed woods from cello, chairs &   chess, sodalite, crisopras, antique paper, silver, gold, acrylic paint – 2015 – 00 x 100 x 30 mm Sharareh Aghaei -  Untitled – Necklace – slate rock, Angelite, resin, silver, iron – 350 x 200 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei: Sharareh Aghaei -  « Untitled » Necklace – slate rock, Angelite, resin, silver, iron – 350 x 200 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei

Saerom Kong.  - "Pink Daisy", 2015  brooch - 9,4 x 6,4 x 3 cm Photo: Saerom Kong - materials : Hanji (Traditional Korean paper),  Rice, Purple Heart Wood, Oxidized Silver, Acrylic color, Nail polish  -  90 x 60 x 30 mm: Saerom Kong.  – « Pink Daisy », 2015  brooch – 9,4 x 6,4 x 3 cm Photo: Saerom Kong – materials : Hanji (Traditional Korean paper),  Rice, Purple Heart Wood, Oxidized Silver, Acrylic color, Nail polish  

Katharina Reimann- "Erinnerung“ – Neckpiece – Silver,Hematite, Glass, Steel, Cotton Thread, Doily, Porcelain, Wood – 500 x 70 mm – 2015 – Photo by Michael Müller: Katharina Reimann- « Erinnerung“ Neckpiece – Silver,Hematite, Glass, Steel, Cotton Thread, Doily, Porcelain, Wood – 500 x 70 mm – 2015 – Photo by Michael Müller

 Eva Burton -"The giraffe that dreamt with two suns" Necklace – Enameled copper, silver, hematite, agate, acrylic paint, chello keys – 380 x 100 x 20 mm – 2015 – Photo by Eva Burton: Eva Burton - »The giraffe that dreamt with two suns » Necklace – Enameled copper, silver, hematite, agate, acrylic paint, chello keys – 380 x 100 x 20 mm – 2015 – Photo by Eva Burton

 Helen Habtay - "Untitled_4" necklace 2016 - Rose quarz, copper, leather, thread:  Helen Habtay – « Untitled_4″ necklace 2016 – Rose quarz, copper, leather, thread

  Edu Tarin- "Mold E1" brooch  granit, Silver -90 x 105 x 55 mm - 2015: Edu Tarin- « Mold E1″ brooch  granit, Silver -90 x 105 x 55 mm – 2015

 Saerom_Kong - "Plum Blossom" brooch - ice, Silver, Lacquer, Wood, Water Color - 140 x 80 x 20  mm - 2015: Saerom Kong - « Plum Blossom » brooch 2015 – rice, Silver, Lacquer, Wood, Water Color- 140 x 80 x 20  mm
« The purpose of my pieces are for viewer or wearer may appreciate values beyond the material. My practical works are made with rice, beans, found objects, paper and silver. One is clearly perceived as more valuable than the other. This will indeed lead contrasting combination to the wearer and everything that is valuable or not, in our perception, becomes valuable in a variety of way. »

 Saerom Kong - "Black With Black"  Brooch - Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer - 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015 - Photo by Saerom Kong: Saerom Kong – Black With Black – Brooch – Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer – 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015 – Photo by Saerom Kong

 Stephie Morawetz - "I am precious #1" -Back -  Stephie-Stone, Steel – 92 x 90 x 18 mm – 2015 – Photo by Qi Wang: Stephie Morawetz - « I am precious #1″ -Back -  Stephie-Stone, Steel – 92 x 90 x 18 mm – 2015 – Photo by Qi Wang
« My pieces are out of a new Stone, called « Stephie-Stone ». Stephie-Stone is a new material created by the nature out of our trash. Plastic is not biodegradable by nature, it is simply crushed and seeps into the ground. With time and great pressures the earth could create a completely new stone. Just like the rutile needles in quartz crystal, we will see stones that have plastic inclusions.« 

 Gabriela Cohn - Bornn - Necklace - Porcelain - Silver - Alpaca - 22 x 14 x 35 cm - 2016 - Photo by Qi Wang: Gabriela Cohn – « Bornn » Necklace – Porcelain – Silver – Alpaca – 22 x 14 x 35 cm – 2016 – Photo by Qi Wang

 Sharareh Aghaei - Untitled – Necklace – resin, coffee pad, enameled copper, thread – 250 x 180 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei:  Sharareh Aghaei – Untitled – Necklace – resin, coffee pad, enameled copper, thread – 250 x 180 x 30 mm – 2014 – Photo by Sharareh Aghaei

 Gabriela Cohn -   "Heartn" necklace - Porcelain / Silver / Oxidize Silver / Resine / Marble W 11 x L 18 x H54: Gabriela Cohn -   « Heartn » necklace – Porcelain, Silver, Oxidize Silver, Resine, Marble W 11 x L 18 xH54

 Julia Obermaier  • Necklace "Untitled (No.1)" • Rock crystal, paint, steel and gold • 2014 • ©photo by Julia Obermaier:  Julia Obermaier  • Necklace « Untitled (No.1) » • Rock crystal, paint, steel and gold • 2014 • ©photo by Julia Obermaier

Dana Seachuga Bracelet: ArmLink5, 2015 Red gold plated copper, tiger eye: Dana Seachuga  Bracelet: ArmLink5, 2015  Red gold plated copper, tiger eye

 

 

Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Willy Brandt Allee 1, Messegelände
81829 -  Munich
GERMANY

a.stonish@outlook.com
Phone:  0049 89 5119 248

 

 

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08/02/2016

Selected 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Lauren Kalman

Classé dans : Lauren KALMAN (US),SCHMUCK (DE),USA — bijoucontemporain @ 0:12

Lauren Kalman

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

While our western countries discuss a lot, in a « social » point of view, about veil, tchador & so on,  fashion (Gaultier, Margiela, Hussein Chalayan, etc etc … ) & jewelry designers show their own interpretation about it …  finally, « only » an adornment ?

Gaultier 2007 Hussein Chalayan  maison martin margiela

Gaultier  2007  //  Hussein Chalayan // Martin Margiela

quand ce n’est pas ce défilé choc de Chalayan :

The 50 Most Scandalous Dresses in History -Hussein Chalayan Spring 1998 Hussein Chalayan Spring 1998 - The 50 Most Scandalous Dresses in History

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 “I create wearable jewelry that investigates contexts relating to sex, gender, power, pleasure, pain, taste and beauty. This project originated in response to the architect Adolf Loos’s 1910 lecture Ornament and Crime, criticizing the use of decoration in utilitarian objects. My jewelry, when on the body, enacts Loos’s ‘crimes’ of individualism, eroticism, and ornamentation.” Lauren Kalman

Lauren Kalman, Hood 5, 2014, photograph, giclée, 71.12 x 50.8 cm: Lauren Kalman, Hood 5, 2014, photograph, giclée, 71.12 x 50.8 cm

  LAUREN KALMAN - Masters Fine Arts, Art & Technology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 2006: LAUREN KALMAN – Masters Fine Arts, Art & Technology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 2006

Lauren Kalman: Lauren Kalman – Composition with Ornament and Object

«  Lauren Kalman  focuses on the creation, documentation, and display of wearable sculpture, electronic adornments, photographs, video, and performance. Diseases like elephantiasis, acne, cancer, and herpes are presented as jeweled infections, fabric growths, or wearable instruments. They are hybrids of the grotesque or undesirable aspects of the body and objects we associate with beauty, status, health or wealth. »

06/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : TALENTE 2016 awards – 27 Fevr. 2016

  TALENTE 2016
Award Ceremony, 27.02.2016 16:30
Fairground Messe Munich, Hall B1

Talente 2016 presents the work of 102 artists, designers and craftsmen from 26 countries in 12 different areas of production. This year Talente has also participants from Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Lithuania, South Africa and Argentinia. Talente will show innovative and very different works in glass, ceramics and jewellery as well as a very large selection of textiles. The works are inspired by considerations of material and re-use, the specific haptic and visual qualities of materials and the effect of their combination. The artists experiment with various surfaces and use materials in unusual ways. It is fascinating to observe how surfaces contrast and harmonize how perfection and decay are evoked.
As in the last years, an unusual high number of applications arrived for “Talente” from the field of jewellery. The young artists show a special interest in the techniques and ideas of the collage and the use of unusual materials like basketry, ceramic, plaster, textile and different stones. The works concentrate more on the surfaces themselves less on decorative embellishments. In many instances they emphasise the archaic and rough side. A pattern is also created by the materials themselves.

Steffi Götze Brooches: Untitled, 2015 Silver, copper,enamel Photo by: Karlos Rodriguez Garcia From series: Inside Outside: Steffi Götze Brooches: Untitled, 2015 Silver, copper,enamel Photo by: Karlos Rodriguez Garcia From series: « Inside Outside »

Selected Artists:
for Jewelry:
Paul Adie — Tata Akhatova –  Irene G. Barrera –  Dovile Bernadisiute – Shachar Cohen — Maria Camila Fernández –  Katrin Feulner — Veronika Gocová –  Steffi Götze –  Jonathan HensAnnie Huang –  Sarah Yeonjeong Kim –  Maria Kobelová –  Eölisa Lutteral — Aiza MahmoodThanh-Truc Nguyen –  Darja Popolitova –  Eva Ruzickova –  Nina Sajet –  Dana Shapira –  Nelly Stein — Janina Stübler –  Fanmiano Tang –  Edu Tarin –  Karen Vanmol –  Sanna Wallgren –  Kun Zhang

Annie Huang -   My twigs are going off to Munich for Talente! #munichjewelleryweek #contemporaryjewellery #artjewellery: Annie Huang -   My « twigs » are going off to Munich for Talente!

 Dovile Bernadisiute Brooch: Untitled, 2015 Dry paint, Titan, stainless steel 12 x 6 x 1 cm From series: Layers of Paint: Dovile Bernadisiute Brooch: Untitled, 2015 Dry paint, Titan, stainless steel 12 x 6 x 1 cm From series: Layers of Paint

pendant by Sachar Cohen "The Postmodern Noble Savage" #enamel #mika #iron #cotton -TALENTE 2016 /   the selectees for #talente2016 on show during #munichjewelleryweek  Sachar Cohen pendant  « The Postmodern Noble Savage » enamel, mika, iron, cotton

Irene G. Barrera Jewellery - exhibited at TALENTE 2016: Irene G. Barrera Jewellery

Edu Tarin - winner TALENTE 2016Edu Tarin

 Katrin Feulner  necklace  -iron  - talente 2016 Katrin Feulner  necklace  -iron

Camila Fernandez Polo - Blend Ring -  C A M I L A Contemporary Jewelry, based in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Talente 2016 Múnich Camila Fernandez Polo – Blend Ring

Jonathan HENS talente2016  - pewter, rubber, leather, diamonddust, sutures -jonathan hens Jonathan Hens  – pewter, rubber, leather, diamond dust, sutures

Janina Stübler necklace  - textile, labels - talente2016 on show during #munichjewelleryweek #mjw16 Janina Stübler necklace  – textile, labels

Paul Adie    been selected to be part of Talente 2016, the only Scot and, incidentally, the only 'Brit' to be doing so. My Fruits from the Wasteland will be going to Munich early next year. I feel proud and know my parents and friends are too. See you in Munich!: Paul Adie – THE Scot ! :-) -  Fruits from the Wasteland

Eva Růžičková - ring, silver 2016Ava Růžičková – ring, silver 2016

Sarah Yeonjeong KimSarah Yeonjeong Kim

Nina SajetNina Sajet

Mária Kobelová  - Epi, jewelery and communication Mária Kobelová  – Epi, jewelery and communication

 Darja Popolitova JewelleryDarja Popolitova Jewellery

Kun Zhang, Hochschule Trier Idar Oberstein, Germany (JADE brooches) Marzee Graduate Show 2015 - Kun Zhang JADE brooches  (Hochschule Trier Idar Oberstein, Germany – Marzee Graduate Show 2015)

Aiza Mahmood (MFA 2015 Idar Oberstein) • Ring "3" • Iron and slate • 2015 Aiza Mahmood (MFA 2015 Idar Oberstein) • Ring « 3″ • Iron and slate • 2015

Thanh-Truc Nguyen Brooch: Untitled Powder coated stainless steel, silver 6 x 8 x 1.5 cm: Thanh-Truc Nguyen Brooch: Untitled Powder coated stainless steel, silver 6 x 8 x 1.5 cm

During SCHMUCK 2016 : AJF 2016 awards – 24 Fevr.-1er Mars 2016

AJF ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 2016 ARTIST AWARD

Five Finalists Shortlisted for International Prize
Mill Valley, California, USA–Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is pleased to announce the five finalists for its 2016 Artist Award. The finalists will exhibit their work with Sofia Björkman, from Platina, during the international art jewelry fair Schmuck, in Munich, Germany, from February 24 through March 1, 2016. 
The Five finalists for AJF’s 2016 Artist Award are:
Lynn Batchelder –  Carina Shoshtary — Seth Papac — Aric Verrastro — and Timothy Veske-McMahon.
Finalists were chosen from the largest group of Artist Award applicants to date–151 artists representing 35 countries–and judged on originality, depth of concept, continuity of design, and quality of craftsmanship. This year’s jurors were Philip Clarke of New Zealand, inaugural director of Objectspace; 2014 Artist Award winner Seulgi Kwon, from South Korea; and AJF board member and collector Susan Kempin, who is from the United States.
  The unrestricted cash prize of $7500, generously funded by Susan Beech and Karen and Michael Rotenberg, will be awarded to one of the five finalists. AJF would like to thank Sofia Björkman and PLATINA for providing a showcase for the winner and finalist during Schmuck and donating the gallery’s profits to AJF. The winner will be announced in February 2016.
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist: Lynn Batchelder  Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metal, State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, 2013
« My studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. In these works industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand … I am constantly trying to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide. »
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch, 5 x 2 x 2 inches, photo: artist - TALENTE 2016: Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch
Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtray, Confused Brand, 2015, necklace, 9 x 33 x 25 cm, photo: artist:
Carina Shoshtary- Confused Branches, 2015, necklace, 9 x 33 x 25 cm, photo: artist
MA, Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Germany, 2012
  »My work starts with an intuitive experimental play with found materials, which usually come from my immediate surroundings. In the process of experimenting, the materials are being thoroughly transformed; the original source cannot be identified anymore … My jewelry pieces may appear like artifacts of a past civilization, fossils from another planet, or the ornaments of fabled beings. »
Carina Shoshtary, Confused Branches 3 detail, 2015, necklace, 9 cm x 33 cm x 25 cm, photo: artist: Carina Shoshtary, « Confused Branches 3″ (detail), 2015, necklace
Seth Papac, Cali Condensation, 2015, necklace, raised and anodized aluminum, brass, rayon, velour, 1016 x 508 x 102 mm, photo: artist:
Seth Papac Cali Condensation, 2015, necklace, raised and anodized aluminum, brass, rayon, velour, 1016x508x102 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metals/Jewelry, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, 2009
« Life in Southern California, with its unreal sunsets, light-bleached buildings, and vestiges of 70s style, brought my memory to a saturation point, forming crystals of experience … These merged into objects with varying physical relationships to the body–at the scale of architecture, at the scale of jewelry, and in between. Utilizing the vocabulary of jewelry and architecture, space and place are explored–from the past to the present, from the personal to the cliché, from the obvious to the mysterious. »
Aric Verrastro  Aric Verrastro - Spaces, 2015, necklace, steel, acrylic paint, polyster, thread, 58 x 8.5 x 3 cm, photo: artist -
Aric Verrastro – Spaces, 2015, necklace, steel, acrylic paint, polyster, thread, 58 x 8.5 x 3 cm, photo: artist
 MFA, Metalsmithing/Jewelry, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, 2015
« I have recently been displaced from living in a city, which has left an emptiness in my life. The creation of each piece has become a method to fill the void. The forms are architectural, modular, constructed from steel, becoming allegorical representations of the energy of a thriving, vibrant environment … As jewelry, the body completes the piece as people fill and give life to architectural spaces, expressing the vitality and connection I feel toward the urban human experience. »
Timothy Veske-McMahon, Borve VI (on the body), plastic, aluminum, 8.5 x 12.5 x 1 cm, photo: artits:
Timothy Veske-McMahon  Borve VI (on the body), plastic, aluminum, 8.5 x 12.5 x 1 cm, photo: artits
MFA, Metalsmithing, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA, 2013
« We seek out and delve into mirrors for clarifying affirmation but, in truth, are met with a foreign body … This perceived closeness of similarity and familiarity is a deception–fictitious shorthand we use in identifying within society and relationships. If the act of definition is a loss of information, is it possible to create a loss-less object? »

 

 

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