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29/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Sébastien Carré – De coeur et de tripes …

« Sébastien Carré is a jewelry designer based in France. After studying five years at HEAR, the prestigious Art school of Strasbourg in France, he decides to stay there to keep on working on his organic jewelries. Throughout many exhibits he tries to wake up corporeality and the senses of the spectators.  »

 Sébastien Carré -  Viscéral - necklace 2013 - collier de 7 metres ....Sébastien Carré -  Viscéral – necklace 2013 – aluminium & lin – collier de 7 metres ….

Sébastien Carré -  Viscéral -Sébastien Carré -  Viscéral ………. 7 metres d’intestins ….

Sébastien Carré - Viscéral, 2013  Collier 7 mètres, Cotte de maille Aluminium, coton, lin, soie, cuir 7 meters Necklace, aluminum chainmail, cotton, linen, silk, leather ("+ de 187000 anneaux a la main et deux semaine de broderie intensive=près de 6 mois de travail sur cette pièce" !!): Sébastien Carré - Viscéral (porté), 2013  Collier 7 mètres, Cotte de maille Aluminium, coton, lin, soie, cuir 7 meters Necklace, aluminum chainmail, cotton, linen, silk, leather (« + de 187000 anneaux a la main et deux semaine de broderie intensive = près de 6 mois de travail sur cette pièce » !!)

« The making of these pieces of jewelry is inspired by cell mitosis. The modular process used to produce its shape, and the interactivity of materials chosen, bring forth the idea of a living organism.
The materials I use are picked in order to allow me to work despite the constraints of my disease. (eg: Crohn’s disease) Being able to work outside of the studio was definitely the most important part of this process, and textile became one of the most obvious choices of material to use during my creative process.
I am using this process to create objects to represent parts of the human body (see the seven meter necklace which represents the digestive tract), sometimes to symbolize the concept of the inflammation, or to even question our relationship with our own body and others’.
Even if we can find cathartic meaning in my pieces of jewelry, I consider them more interactive artefacts designed to help you feel your own body and to instigate discussion and thus interpersonal communication. » (Klimt02)

 Sébastien Carré - DNA’s Causes?, 2013, necklace, copper chain, Japanese paper, 2000 x ø 25 mm - Galerie-Marzee-GraduateShow2014 Sébastien Carré - DNA’s Causes?, 2013, necklace, copper chain, Japanese paper, 2000x ø 25 mm – shown at  Marzee-Graduate Show 2014

« Pour ma part, je suis dans un autre domaine, celui du bijou d’art, dans lequel la valeur artistique et conceptuelle compte beaucoup. Certains artistes vont même jusqu’à réaliser des bijoux quasi importables. En questionnant le rapport au corps, le bijou d’art quittera ainsi l’espace du musée, d’une galerie, en trouvant un nouvel espace d’exposition, celui du corps, qui n’a jamais connu une telle mise en valeur que dans notre société de l’image. ….. J’ai été diplôme en juin 2014, après 5 ans d’études à la Haute Ecole des Arts du Rhin (HEAR) …. C’est également grâce à mon Erasmus à l’Escola Massana de Barcelone, que j’ai réussi à gagner en autonomie » (Les Pulpeuses)

rencontres-sebastien-carré « Quelles sont les matières que tu utilises pour signifier l’organique ?
« Tout peut potentiellement être utilisé, métal, papier, cuir, textile, pierre semi-précieuses… Je cherche cependant des éléments qui me permettent d’amener du sens à mes bijoux. J’ai par exemple utilisé de la pellicule de film pour évoquer les souvenirs responsable de la dépression. Le cuivre est souvent employé pour symboliser l’inflammation car il est traditionnellement employé comme anti-inflammatoire (déjà chez les Aztèques…); L’acier inoxydable me permet de symboliser le monde médical; le nylon évoque quant à lui la présence humaine; et les pierres semi précieuses sont généralement choisies en fonction des théories de Naturopathie qui leurs sont associées. Ma seule constante est désormais de créer la structure de ces bijoux par l’emploi de techniques associées aux textiles sur lesquels je viens appliquer ces différents éléments comme un cancer colonisant un organe. Tout l’intérêt étant de jouer sur la préciosité des matières au niveau de la représentation de la partie malade afin de faire réfléchir sur nos questionnement occidentaux lié à la préciosité. Ainsi j’essaye de montrer que l’on peut trouver du bon et de la beauté dans toute situation (même les pires) parfois en changeant simplement de façon de penser ou en changeant de point de vue. »  (Le Polyèdre – rencontres avec Sébastien Carré)

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ACTUALITé immédiate & « noëlesque » :

Some of my pieces are travelling to Rome... in myday-byday gallery  Exhibition White Christmas Coming Soon!!!! Some of my pieces are travelling to Rome
to myday-byday gallery
Exhibition « White Christmas » Coming Soon !!!! 15-31 Dec. 2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 - Sébastien Carré - De coeur et de tripes ... dans COUP DE COEUR 15181383_343899402634955_4517682422516992831_n

 

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 Sebastien Carré - marche-de-noel-2016 - Strasbourg - 30nov-31dec2016À partir d’aujourd’hui 30 Nov. jusqu’au 31 Dec. 2016
Pour la seconde année, vous pourrez retrouver quelques unes de mes toutes dernières créations à la galerie Art’Course dans le cadre de la programmation Off du Marché de Noel de Strasbourg
Vernissage dimanche 4 décembre à partir de 17h
Et merci à la galerie Art Course d’avoir utilisé une de mes pieces pour réaliser le Flyer (photo: Milo Lee Photography)
galerie Art’Course
49a rue de la Course
67000 Strasbourg
www.galerieartcourse.com

 

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EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Jessica Morillo/ANSIOSA HORMONA – esculturas portables

Jessica MORILLO / ANSIOSA HORMONA

Parte de los Joyeros Argentinos

« Jessica Morillo, tucumana, estudió en la Escuela de Bellas Artes y actualmente cursa la Lic. de Artes en la Facultad de Artes U.N.T. Es artista y diseñadora produce desde el lenguaje textil,  esculturas, instalaciones y joyería contemporánea.
Responsable y creativa de la firma ANSIOSA HORMONA, con la que ha desarrollado una línea de joyería contemporánea textil »

Ou tout noir et sombre, ou TRES coloré ….. quelle option choisir ? Des pièces imposantes, qui enrobent, « avalent » le corps ….

Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo), textile from Argentina: Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo), textile from Argentina

Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo) Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo)

 Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo)Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo)

« Esta linea de joyería textil propone la igualdad entre sexos, ya que siempre que pensamos en un accesorio la referencia principal es femenina.
Quebrar la idea de que un hombre no puede usar un collar y que tampoco estamos acostumbrados a esto , cambiar la visión convencional y que esto no cuestione la sexualidad de quien lo porta.

Estos objetos/collar/cuello, esculturas portables unifican en color pero desestructuran en formas tanto para hombre y mujeres.
De morfología orgánica se ubica alrededor del cuello, toma recorridos irregulares asimétricos donde varia su tamaño y volumen se transforma en engarses textiles haciendo un paralelo con la técnica de joyería tradicional de engarse de piedras y luego termina cruzando texturas.
Partir de concepto de igualdad para reflexionar y cuestionarse como socialmente estamos parados y que nos lleva al prejuicio de la sexualidad y cuanto tiene que ver eso con lo que portamos, lo que usamos, vestimos.
Las estructuras sociales duras históricas que nos heredan maneras viciadas de percibir, de vivir la realidad, nos condicionan, limitan a poder liberar el deseo de elegir vestirnos sin condicionamientos hombres mujeres, heterosexuales, homosexuales y bisexuales.
Esta colección tiene como objetivo la resolución estética de piezas textiles distinguidas, desestructuras, únicas e irrepetibles pero también generar un pregunta referente a la igualdad y a la libertad de elección sea de cualquier tipo. »

Ansiosa Hormona - Esta linea de joyería textil propone la igualdad entre sexos Ansiosa Hormona

 Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona: Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona

 Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona: Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa HormonaBienal latinoAmericana de Joyeria Contemporanea - 2016Bienal latinoAmericana de Joyeria Contemporanea – 2016
21 Oct – 28 nov. 2016

 

 Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona - “Coraza / Aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor” oct 2016Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona – “Coraza / Aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor” oct 2016
CORAZA / APRENDER A HACER Y DESHACER EL AMOR
La artista Jessica Morillo ha sido galardonada con el primer premio de la Bienal Latinoamericana de Joyería Contemporánea con la pieza en construcción “Coraza / Aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor” (2014-2016).

Jessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona - “Coraza / Aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor” oct 2016  - detailJessica Morillo / Ansiosa Hormona – “Coraza / Aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor” oct 2016  - detail

 » La pieza presentada es parte de un proceso de trabajo de dos años que a modo ritual, lento, repetitivo fui desarrollando, cortando mis prendas, usadas/vividas con registro de mi cuerpo y de las experiencias transitadas, para luego volverlas a coser, sin pensar en un fin, sin pensar en que será luego de terminar.
Me servía como una práctica que calmaba un sentimiento interno doloroso de separación, estaba separada y buscaba de manera inconsciente generar el puente que vinculara el pasado y el presente para poder cerrar la herida.
Esta pieza es un exorcismo, una ofrenda, ha sido para mí un ritual su construcción, puntada tras puntada iba uniendo pero a la vez lastimando la piel de cada prenda. »

Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo) - CORAZA/ aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor. Pieza en construcción desde el 2014 al 2016. Ansiosa Hormona (Jessica Morillo) - CORAZA/ aprender a hacer y deshacer el amor. Pieza en construcción desde el 2014 al 2016 – foto: Julio Gutierrez

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2016 – 1° Premio en la 1° Bienal Latinoamericana de Joyería contemporánea PUENTES, organizada por Joyeros Argentinos y el Museo de arte popular José Hernández, Buenos Aires.
2016 – Muestra individual “JOIAS EM FIOS FORMAS E CORES” curaduría Miriam Korolkovas, en A Casa Museu Do Objeto Brasilero, Sao Paulo/Brasil.
2015 – Participó del 2° Simposio en Construcción y la muestra Argentina “MUESTRA”, Valparaíso/Chile.
2014/15- Seleccionada para la muestra BEYOND TEXTILE -joyería contemporánea argentina- que recorre Europa, curada por Luis Acosta.
2013 – Distinguida con el 1º premio (compartido) categoría joyería contemporánea, 3º Salón de Diseño Centro Cultural Virla U.N.T.
2013 – Formó parte del libro “Randa tradición y diseño tucumanos en diálogo” en una alianza con el Centro Cultural Virla U.N.T y el I.D.E.P.
2013 – Recibió una mención en el Salón de Arte Contemporáneo M.U.N.T con la obra PROYECTO CORPIÑO.
2012 – Participo del 1° Simposio en Construcción y la muestra Argentina “CONJUNCION”, Buenos Aires.
2012 – Distinguida con el “SELLO DE BUEN DISEÑO” Argentino por el Ministerio de Industria de la Nación.
Ha realizado diversos talleres y clínicas con Francisca Kweitel, Gemma Draper, Pilar Cotter y  Ruudt Peters.
Expone en muestras colectivas e individuales a nivel nacional e internacional.
 Dictó talleres relacionados con la joya, el textil y el proceso creativo en Argentina y Brasil.

Blog: http://ansiosahormona.blogspot.com.ar/
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/ANSIOSA-HORMONA-arte-y-dise%C3%B1o–111924892240241/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ansiosahormona/

 

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28/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Burcu SULEK in a deep deep BLUE

Classé dans : Burcu SULEK (TR),COUP DE COEUR,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,MADEN (TR),Turquie (TR) — bijoucontemporain @ 22:15

Burcu SULEK

I discovered her and her work some « JOYA »s ago ….. in 2013, exhibited with the members of MADEN school …. LOVE at first sight for her BLUE jewels …. and impressed by this … SOLAR person !

And this impression of « SOLAR » remains, when you go for searching information to her website ! First thing, I go to the page « about », and there, usually, very complex, philosophical, psychological, aesthetic explanations … With Burcu Sulek ?
EVIDENCE, SIMPLICITY, and a BIG, CLEAR, SOLAR SMILE, with these words :
« I am taking great pleasure in creating what I love. « 
Directly, a SMASH, a SPLASH, a WAOUW of simplicity, happiness, beauty !!! For me, mixed with the souvenir of these BLUE jewels, in one word, MEDITERRANEAN !!
Then, you go to the page « works » … and there, the same splash of evidence, with the different titles :  « caves of HOPE », « HOLES of EMPTINESS »,  « EMPTINESS », « JUST »,  « BLOOMING HAPPINESS » and  « REBORN » (with no dates, nowhere, so, no way!,  you can’t « psycho-analyse » these titles …. ;-) …) So you search, as we say in french « on cherche la petite bête » (translated by « being nit-picky », « nitpicking »), « emptiness » ??? ha ha ….. some sadness ? some bad period ? and no, even there, in these « holes » or in this « emptiness » the sun arrives with its light and clarity : « Sometimes you find absolute fullness in sole emptiness », or « In this world of trickery, emptiness is what your soul wants… » …… Holes can be there, emptiness too, but they are just the « dark face » necessary to make the « bright face » exist ….
And this sentence « We all have hopes, plant yours in the caves » is SO full of HOPE !!! so simple, so gentle, so EVIDENT  !!

And then ? Well, It made me feel so safe, so fine ….. that just no need of jewels !!!  ;-)

So give us just a SPLASH of PLEASURE with my first love of BLUE !

 Burcu Sulek - EMPTINESS  In this world of trickery, emptiness is what your soul wants… BROOCH  Bronze, Sponge ~ 3x4cm Burcu Sulek - EMPTINESS  « In this world of trickery, emptiness is what  your soul wants…  » BROOCH  Bronze, Sponge ~ 3x4cm

 burcusulekjewelry "I cannot have enough of this blue"  Detail from new unique piece of Emptiness Collection... silver necklace cobalt blue/yves klein blue Burcu Sulek  « I cannot have enough of this blue » (me too !!!)  Detail from new unique piece of Emptiness Collection… silver necklace cobalt blue/yves klein blue

Burcu Sulek 2015 emptiness  collection silver necklace sponge kobalt blue Burcu Sulek 2015 emptiness  collection silver necklace sponge kobalt blue

Burcu Sulek - Just dived into marvelous mediterranean sea and opened the season! This unique brooch especially has the beautiful blues and greens of mediterranean...   emptiness collection sponge silver blue green brooch Burcu Sulek - « Just dived into marvelous mediterranean sea and opened the season! This unique brooch especially has the beautiful blues and greens of mediterranean…   » -  emptiness collection – sponge silver blue green brooch

Burcu Sulek - Reborn brooch in Yves Klein blue ...    reborn collection silver sponge cobalt blue/yves klein blue brooch  recycled jewelry Burcu Sulek - Reborn brooch in Yves Klein blue …    reborn collection silver sponge cobalt blue/yves klein blue brooch  recycled jewelry

 Burcu Sulek Mammatus Earrings in cobalt blue and white fresh water pearl... New collection 'Mammatus' gets it's name from the beautiful formation of mammatus clouds, the nature is again the biggest inspiration... -: Burcu Sulek Mammatus Earrings in cobalt blue and white fresh water pearl… New collection ‘Mammatus’ gets it’s name from the beautiful formation of mammatus clouds, the nature is again the biggest inspiration…

 

 

Burcu Sülek graduated from the Department of Industrial Engineering at Istanbul Technical University. After working for several international brands for 13 years, Sülek created her own jewelry collection under the name of « Çağdaş Takı. » Her works have been exhibited in various galleries in Turkey and Europe. Sülek continues her work in Istanbul. (TurkishCulture)

 

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EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Emilie Dell’Aniello et le changement …

Emilie Dell’Aniello

découverte, from l’École de joaillerie de Montréal

Du fait de sa « jeunesse en bijouterie » on sent encore un certain « tâtonnement », des essais de matières, de formes …. mais le style est fort …..  la galerie Noel Guyomarc’h ne s’y trompe pas, qui la présente à son « LABO ». Que de la bonne promesse !!! :-)

 EMD Joaillière collier  présenté à la guilde Canadienne des métiers d'art pour l'exposition Néon du 5 novembre au 5 décembre 2015: EMD Joaillière collier  présenté à la guilde Canadienne des métiers d’art pour l’exposition Néon du 5 novembre au 5 décembre 2015

« Je voyage beaucoup depuis le début des années 2000. J’apprends à faire confiance à mon instinct et à me laisser imprégner par mon environnement. Je débute des études de joaillerie en 2010 puisque j’apprécie ce genre d’objets portables qui décorent le corps et qui suivent les mouvements. Au commencement de cet apprentissage, le métal me semblait une matière difficile à contrôler. Avec les années de formation, j’apprends à rendre docile la matière rigide.Il se reflète dans mes pièces ma façon instinctive et viscérale de créer : l’imperfection des formes aléatoires. En 2014, je m’inscrit à l’université Concordia en céramique et en construction textile afin de découvrir d’autres matériaux de travail pouvant être associés aux bijoux que je crée. »

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Tisserandes" (conjugaisons) - collier, coton: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello – « Tisserandes » (conjugaisons) – collier, coton 2014

« La transformation guide mon processus créateur ; une matière brute qui se transforme en un élément complexe ; l’évolution des composantes (matériaux) imbriquées à celle des émotions. L’homme change, la matière aussi.
Longtemps, je cherchai mon mode d’expression, je découvris mon confort dans l’imparfait, une zone en constant changement. C’est pourquoi je reproduis des formes simples accompagnées de textures et d’imperfections qui évoluent au fil de créations brutes et imprécises.
Conceptualiser une idée, chercher la raison d’être d’un projet, passer une idée à travers une matière ; voilà où naît la réflexion dans laquelle sont créées mes pièces. Je me dois de transmettre une information à travers un processus de transformation. L’émotion mue par le désir de comprendre ce processus. »

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - Collection Sur le fil   (petites séries)  Collection Sur le fil  Collier, Argent 925/ Bague, Argent 925 / Bracelet,  Argent 925.: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - Collection Sur le fil  (petites séries) – Argent 925

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Darwin"  Broche. Argent 925, cuivre patiné, or 18K. - Photo : Oriane Meyer-: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - « Darwin »  Broche – pièces uniques – Argent 925, cuivre patiné, or 18K. – Photo : Oriane Meyer

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - Nation  Bracelet. Cuivre plaqué palladium & rhodium, argent 925, encre sur acétate, zircon cubique, goudron.: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello – « Nation »  Bracelet. Cuivre plaqué palladium & rhodium, argent 925, encre sur acétate, zircon cubique, goudron

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Nation"  Bracelet. (autre "face")EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - « Nation »  Bracelet. (autre « face »)

EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello - "Conjugaison" -  Architecte  Collier. Faillence, laiton, coton.: EMD joaillière / Emilie dell Aniello – (« Conjugaisons ») -  Collier « Architecte » – Fayence, laiton, coton

Emilie Dell’Aniello Brooch: Printemps, 2015 Brass, epoxy, acrylic paint,cotton thread 8 x 2.7 x 1.7 cm Photo by: Anthony McLean: Emilie Dell’Aniello Brooch: Printemps, 2015 Brass, epoxy, acrylic paint,cotton thread 8 x 2.7 x 1.7 cm Photo by: Anthony McLean (EXPO « Le LABO » 2015 ; Gal. Noel Guyomarch)

EMD Joaillière Le petit dernier!  septembre 2015,  Cette collection est présentement et jusqu'au 18 octobre à la galerie Noel Guyomarc'h.: EMD Joaillière – collier – Cette collection est  jusqu’au 18 octobre 2015 à la galerie Noel Guyomarc’h  (EXPO « Le LABO » 2015 ; Gal. Noel Guyomarch)

Émilie Dell'Aniello - Materia présente la 3e édition de l’exposition collective Le Labo nouvelles propositions du bijou de création au Québec en collaboration avec la Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h jusqu’au 25 décembre 2016.: Émilie Dell’Aniello – collier –
présenté à Materia, à la 3e édition de l’exposition collective « Le Labo nouvelles propositions du bijou de création au Québec » en collaboration avec la Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h jusqu’au 25 décembre 2016

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26/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Barbara Paganin – THE Venetian goldsmith ….

Classé dans : Barbara PAGANIN (IT),COUP DE COEUR,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Italie (IT) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:40

Barbara Paganin

me ????!!! doing  an « EXCHANGE » with Barbara Paganin ???!!! for me she is a STAR, far away in the sky, a place where only « Gods » have place !!! a MASTER !! THE jeweller !! and she accepted to do an exchange with me ???!!! I can’t believe it !! it paralyzes me !!! It leaves me breathless !!! and when you read this (in which public collections her works are, I feel really …… OUT !! (« Her works are in the permanent collections of museums including the V & A in London, Musée des Art Décoratif of Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museum of Modern Art in Ca ‘Pesaro in Venice, Museum of Fine Art of Montreal, LACMA in Los Angeles….. »)

Well …… trying to keep calm ……………..
What makes me really mouth-watering is her coliflor & other vegetables series ….. and the « more » necklace leaves you really breathless & mouth watering ……… a part the BEAUTY of forms, of colors, of composition ….
« In a 2011 study of cabbage, Paganin cast romanesco broccoli (a Roman variety of cauliflower) in dental acrylic, which she embellished with oxidized silver, ultimately producing a brooch that evoked the logarithmic, spiraled texture of the vegetable. »

Barbara Paganin - "cavolo" arancione brooch Italy 2011 - oxidised silver and acrylic (methacrylate) cast from broccoli romanesco,  orange and yellow, faded slightly but still bright, looks like a type of cacti, connected to a back piece of metal using wire.: Barbara Paganin - « cavolo » arancione brooch Italy 2011 – oxidised silver and acrylic (methacrylate) cast from broccoli romanesco,  orange and yellow, faded slightly but still bright, looks like a type of cacti, connected to a back piece of metal using wire

Barbara Paganin - "More" necklace, 2013Barbara Paganin – « More » necklace, 2013 – oxidised silver, gold and polymethylmethacrylate

« With her works she creates a plant and animal life and landscape where geometric knowledge alternates in processing natural and informal, where the color will find its space and where the story will become the main theme. Each work tells a story chapter by chapter linked to the experience of Barbara Paganin, but that each one can imagine different, adapting it to his own memory, to their own experiences, so bringing out from the seas of memories the images, flash, life paths that converge in unison in a single center or in the work itself. » (Elena Segato Virtualkiosk)

Barbara Paganin - "More" necklace, 2013 at Milan 2016  Miart & Triennale « More » necklace, 2013 – oxidised silver, gold and polymethylmethacrylate

« Il lavoro di Barbara Paganin condensa la coerenza concettuale di un percorso artistico articolato, supportato da conoscenze e capacità tecniche eccelse. Pur padroneggiando a fondo l’arte della lavorazione dei metalli, l’artista va oltre, desiderosa di sperimentare sempre nuove esperienze con materiali altri, quali il vetro, la porcellana, il polimetacrilato, il titanio raggiungendo costantemente un successo qualitativo di massimo livello. Il risultato sono dei pezzi « parlanti », delle opere che sempre hanno racchiusa una storia che ogni volta si racconta in modo diverso ad ogni diverso osservatore.
Non certo una mostra celebrativa quindi, forse anche quello, ma la reale opportunità di conoscere ed emozionarsi avendo l’incentivo per avvicinare e apprendere un percorso artistico esemplare che il catalogo con il testo di Mirella Cisotto, curatrice della mostra, e gli ingigantimenti fotografici dei singoli pezzi aiutano ancor più a svelare. » (archimagazine - EXPO « Barbara Paganin -Dall’orto alla soffitta » Oratorio di San Rocco, Padova 16 ott.- 22 nov. 2015)
« la « sequenza simultanea » di oltre 120 pezzi messi insieme in occasione di questa esposizione, toglie davvero il fiato« 

 

Barbara Paganin - cavolo arancione necklace -: Barbara Paganin – cavolo arancione necklace

« inspired by the vivid colors and organic shapes of her natural surroundings, Barbara Paganin channels the textures and forms of landscapes and fruit in her imaginative, contemporary jewelry. Paganin lives in Venice, Italy, where she is a graduate of sculpture from the Academy of Fine Arts and now teaches jewelry design at the Art Institute of Venice along with maintaining her studio. In her designs, Paganin replicates patterns and forms derived from nature in intricate detail. »

Collana More, 2013, Mostra Barbara Paganin a San Rocco, Padova - © Photo Roberto Zanon: Collana More, 2013, Mostra Barbara Paganin a San Rocco, Padova – © Photo Roberto Zanon

« Barbara Paganin, the Venetian goldsmith, from the first creations of the ’80s to the most recent completed during this year 2015. For over 25 years, exhibited in Europe (London, Vienna, Monaco, Gothenburg, Paris, Antwerp …) and the US (New York, Chicago, Miami …) ; known internationally, has won several national and international awards. The artist inherits from goldsmith school of Padua, within which is inserted the critically intense structuralism that it then turns into an original form of naturalistic figuration. » (Virtualkiosk)

Barbara Paganin: Broche CESPUGLIO VERDE - Galerie Orfèo -: Barbara Paganin: Broche CESPUGLIO VERDE – Galerie Orfèo

« Dall’orto alla Soffita is the first retrospective dedicated to Paganin’s work in Italy, and we should be thankful to the city of Padua for paying homage to a great maker, and aligning itself with recognition she has already received abroad.
The question is, why did we have to wait so many years?
One possible interpretation is that her work is too innovative and especially too “divergent” from that of the Gold School of Padua to have been widely promoted or simply given its proper due in Italy. Being so stylistically detached sent her on a different, international career course. » (AJF)

Barbara Paganin  2010 ·   Concrescenza , metacrilato e argentoBarbara Paganin  2010 ·   Concrescenza , metacrilato e argento

« the jewels owned by private collectors stood out: They delivered a peculiar emotional energy because they live, as should be the case, their life as brooches, rings, necklaces. And soon, they will be back with their owners. » (AJF)Enregistrer

24/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Iro KASKANI – The space in between

Classé dans : Chypre (CY),COUP DE COEUR,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Iro KASKANI (CY) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:30

Iro Kaskani
« The space in between »

Fil rouge à suivre, que je suis depuis un moment déjà, fil rouge rompu, changement de cap ? Mais il reste toujours et encore ces espaces, vides? architecturaux? liés par un fil, même s’il n’est plus rouge …..

« I aim to build « flesh » around a metal frame with an original surface of « skin ». I would like to create forms that give evidence of their structural elements : an internal support, core or axis, a body growing around it and finally an external surface, the skin. » Iro Kaskani, JOYA 2016

 

Iro Kaskani - Necklace - Sterling silver, jesmonite, foam - JOYA 2016Iro Kaskani - Necklace – Sterling silver, jesmonite, foam – JOYA 2016

Iro Kaskani at the Space in Between  novembre ·2016  "when I grow up ..." - photos by Demetris Vattis.: Iro Kaskani at the Space in Between – nov 2016  « when I grow up … » detail – photos by Demetris Vattis

 Iro Kaskani brooch at Gioielli in Fermento 2016  Iro Kaskani brooch at Gioielli in Fermento 2016

comme une structure dévorée, peu à peu ensevelie, recouverte par une multitude d’organismes marins …..

Iro Kaskani - Necklace -  2015Iro Kaskani – Necklace -  2015

Iro Kaskani - Brooch: " We have to stay together", oxidized silver, cocoons. - 2015Iro Kaskani - Brooch:  » We have to stay together », oxidized silver, cocoons. – 2015

Iro Kaskani - Brooch: " We have to stay together", oxidized silver, cocoons. (BACK): Iro Kaskani – Brooch:  » We have to stay together », oxidized silver, cocoons. (BACK)

 Iro Kaskani: Iro Kaskani 

 

« Iro Kaskani studied architecture and jewelry design in Florence, Italy.
Her education and experience in architecture guides her creativity. Her work is mostly determined by the interest to compose fine metals with alternative materials and define new forms. She does not consider a piece of jewelry to be destined just for decorative purposes. If it was so, it would be so limiting. Jewelry becomes one with the person wearing it and unites with his/her unique personality. This is the true essence that influences and provides meaning to her work. »

 

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Iro KASKANI - The space in between dans Chypre (CY) spreadPREhome_05

 

 

and …….

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Iro Kaskani !!!!!

XRONIA POLA !!!!! HAPPY B-day Iro kaskani !!!!:

CHAMPAGNE to your new jewels !

 

23/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Reka Lőrincz – you are what you eat

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,Hongrie (HU),Reka LORINCZ (HU) — bijoucontemporain @ 23:47

Reka Lőrincz

Un humour jubilatoire, grinçant, décapant, à tout va, qui dénonce, montre du doigt, ce qu’on mange, ce qu’on avale -mentalement comme physiquement- , ce qu’on croit ou qu’on veut nous faire croire ……

« Jewellery design means the interpretation of today’s world to me. A sort of communication between the outside world and that of my own. Making the invisible visible. Through my jewels I am contemplating the tangled variety of the universe. Heaps of emotions and thoughts pass through my mind through the impulses of the environment which I examine and turn them into objects. I am intrigued by the street. What exactly means what I see. Through my objects I mainly tried to reflect the difference between that of the shown and the real world which can sometimes look appealing, fake or even dangerous. »

Avec tous les médicaments que j’avale (merci mon diabète !!! :-( …) je commencerai par cette broche qui m’enchante !!! entre « boulimie du médoc » et « boulimie du bijou » …… ;-)

Reka Lorincz, Pearl pills, brooch - silver, pearl, stainless steel, plastic 2015: Reka Lorincz, Pearl pills, brooch – silver, pearl, stainless steel, plastic 2015

Reka Lorincz, diamond pills, brooch - gold plated copper, aluminium, swarovski  2013Reka Lorincz, diamond pills, brooch – gold plated copper, aluminium, swarovski   2013

Réka Lörincz. Brooch: Pearl can, 2015. Gold plated cooper, pearl, stainless steel. ø 6 cm: Réka Lörincz. Brooch: Pearl can, 2015. Gold plated cooper, pearl, stainless steel. ø 6 cm

 

« Budapest-based Reka Lörincz is an award-winning artist who typically expresses social criticism – such as concerns with commercialisation, mass production and popular culture –through 3D objects.
Her ‘Too Much is Not Enough” collection  is the perfect example.
Populated with symbols of 1950s diner culture, which are then translated into kitsch and colourful crystal gem-studded jewellery, it’s designed to amuse as much as they provoke. » (Adorn)
Reka Lorincz -  "Too Much is Not Enough" (bone) brooch -  gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystalReka Lorincz -  « Too Much is Not Enough » (bone) brooch -2013 – gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystal

  Reka-Lörincz  "Too Much is Not Enough" hamburger brooch 2013 - gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystalReka Lörincz comments on consumerism -  You are what you eat -  « Too Much is Not Enough » hamburger brooch 2013 – gold plated copper, plastic, gold foil, swarovski crystal
Réka Lőrincz  2013 - Ice cream II brooch - plastic, gold plated copper, swarovski: Réka Lőrincz  2013 – Ice cream II brooch – plastic, gold plated copper, swarovski
Reka Lorincz, brooch, You are what you eat - gold plated brass, stainless steel, pearls: Reka Lorincz, brooch, You are what you eat – gold plated brass, stainless steel, pearls
et ce bijou-ci, par pur plaisir jubilatoire !
Reka lorincz - Hommage à Coco Channel -  necklace - pearl, duct tape 2015: Reka Lorincz - Hommage à Coco Channel -  necklace – pearl, duct tape 2015
 
Studies
2012                 Workshop with Gemma Drapper, Antwerpen
2011                 Symposium – Atelier Em, Bratislava
2010-2012      Semmelweis University – Department of Applied Psychology, Budapest
2007                Workshop with Ted Noten – BIAD, Birmingham
2002                Erasmus scholarship – ELISAVA, Barcelona
2000-2005     Hungarian University of Craft & Design – Department of Visual Educator Teacher, Budapest
1999-2004     Hungarian University of Craft and Design – Department of Metal Design, Budapest
1997-1999       Art School of Buda – Department of Goldsmith, Budapest

 

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Dora HARALAMBAKI – « coup de coeur » forever !

Ceramic jewellery Dora Haralambaki

She is part of « Pilino soma » , Ceramic Jewelers Association -Greece. Pilinosoma is a group, a community made up of people involved in the ceramic jewelry. We think, we feel, we gesture always driven from our material which is none other than the earth, clay and porcelain. We seek the composition that contributes the harmony of the fragility of the clay component, made ornament as resting on the body. We are fighting for its place in the world of contemporary art jewelry.

I could say I love ALL what Dora Haralambaki makes …. since I know her …. I could show you here latest works, presented at last JOYA 2015, her « EGGS NOT FED » serie, but when I « rhink Dora Haralambaki », my first « vision » id a red & white vision ……. so let’s have a « first vision » here  :-) ……

 

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Dora HARALAMBAKI -

Dora Haralambaki - UNTITLED Necklace. Porcelain, threads, pearls, bronze, acrylics – athensjewelryweek 2016

« Refugees; away from their country, away from their home. Fear, persecution, uprooting.
And then an attempt of integration in a society hostile towards the foreign body. An attempt to maintain individuality and a distinct culture through habits, tastes, aromas, mannerisms which are getting attached to the different circumstances of the new land.
Attachments that are being carried as luggage to serve the need of memory; attachments that contribute to the continuation of flow, as well as to the assimilation within this new life. »

 Dora Haralambaki - womanhood  - photo Giorgos Vitsaropoulos  Dora Haralambaki - womanhood  – photo Giorgos Vitsaropoulos

dora haralambaki  - womanhood -  porcelain - photo Giorgos Vitsaropoulos : Dora Haralambaki  – womanhood -  porcelain – photo Giorgos Vitsaropoulos

Dora Haralambaki - porcelain, bronze, acrylics  Dora Haralambaki - porcelain, bronze, acrylics

Dora Haralambaki  - womanhood - threads,clay,porcelain,paper  - photo by George Vitsaropoulos: Dora Haralambaki  – womanhood – threads,clay,porcelain,paper  – photo by George Vitsaropoulos

 dora haralambaki  - womanhood - photo Giorgos Vitsaropoulos: Dora Haralambaki  – womanhood – photo Giorgos Vitsaropoulos

Dora Haralambaki - wirw,threads,paper,corals,porcelain: Dora Haralambaki – wirw, threads, paper, corals, porcelain

 dora haralambaki womanhood ceramic ring,  photo by Giorgos Vitsaropoulos: Dora Haralambaki womanhood ceramic ring,  photo by Giorgos Vitsaropoulos

Dora Haralambaki -clay,glazes - ring -  photog Giorgos VitsaropouloDora Haralambaki -clay,glazes – ring -  photog Giorgos Vitsaropoulo

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22/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Tal EFRAIM – TREASURES from Shenkar

Tal Efraim

Discovered when the Final Project Presentation 2016 at Shenkar

« Tal Efraim is a graduate of Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art. Currently living and working from Israel, her work is driven out of her sketchbook, where she documents the world around her, creating a « dictionary » of design possibilities. Her work is made of gold, silver, porcelain and a variety of gemstones. » (Klimt02)

« My pieces are a translation of how I view the world, especially the many details that I take note of. By exposing my work, I feel as if I can share my perspective with others. When my pieces are purchased it is a great honor, as well as helps me explore the definition of what wearable art is all about. / Tal Mohr »

Tal Barash Efraim - Final Project Presentation 2016 at ShenkarTal Efraim – Final Project Presentation 2016 at Shenkar – neckpiece

Shenkar 2016 - Tal Barash Efraim - Final Project Presentation Tal fraimShenkar 2016 – Final Project Presentation  - neckpiece

Tal Barash Efraim - closeup of my my design  Tal Efraim - closeup of my my design 

 Tal Barash Efraim - Jewelry Design Dept. Shenkar  juillet 2016  - brooch Tal Efraim - Jewelry Design Dept. Shenkar  juillet 2016  – brooch

Tal Efraim, Brooch: Heart, 2016, Fine Silver, 925 silver, porcelain, pearls, 9.5 x 9.5 x 1 cm  From series: Connectionary. Photo by: Ilan Besor Tal Efraim –   Brooch: Heart, 2016, Fine Silver, 925 silver, porcelain, pearls, 9.5 x 9.5 x 1 cm  From series: Connectionary. Photo by: Ilan Besor
« What piece or work has given you the most satisfaction? « As part of my collection Connectionary, I designed a broche titled Heart. It captures my aesthetical view of what jewellery art is all about; having a great amount of details, being made of a variety of materials, and yet still consisting of an overall look that is very clean. »

«  By documenting details such as day-to-day mechanical joints, swivels, hinges and physical connections of objects in my sketchbook, I create my own private alphabet, which will later be transformed into the language of my designs.
My pieces are all one of a kind – whilst I can make to order any piece several times, each will be a little different due to the nature of handwork and craft.« 

 

Tal Efraim interviewed by Klimt02

(when you discover that « your discovery », « your « coup de coeur »" is not anymore (yet !!) « yours ….. :-( & :-) )

 

* 2017 Exhibition  06-15 Oct 2017  XI Florence Biennale of Art.  Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy
* Education:
2012-2016 Jewelery Design BA, Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art, Ramat Gan, Israel
2007 Design & Technology Major, Masada College, Sydney, Australia
* Group Exhibitions:
2016 Glasses Design Exhibition in Opticana Glasses Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel
2016 Graduate Show Exhibition, Shenkar, Ramat-Gan, Israel 
* Grants, Awards and Residences:
2015 H. Stern excellence award in Jewelry Design for high achievements, Shenkar College

 

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

 

 

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20/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Yafit Ben Meshulam – fil rouge à suivre …..

 Yafit Ben Meshulam

Decouverte à Joya 2016,  de suite elle fut pour moi les «bijoux du Petit Poucet» …  avec son « Yoshi lapel pins set » …. ;-)

De la céramique, matte, blanche et douce et lisse, et des éléments textiles, comme de petits encarts moelleux, brodés de fils rouges aux motifs « ethniques », appartenant au folklore mondial, qui rappellent …. un « déjà-vu », un « déjà connu », vous savez, la « blouse roumaine », la « nappe de mamy », les serviettes brodées de « tante Ursule » ….. ces broderies faites au fil rouge, le fil rouge du souvenir …. Ce sont ces creux, remplis de « tendre » -ou pas-  qu’elle appelle ses « lacuna » (du nom de sa marque, « Lacuna jewellery« ) : un « creux », « a space between elements« , où s’engouffre le souvenir …. et elle re- »tisse » la mémoire, avec ses techniques à elle, re-coud, re-lie, re-crée … pour sa dernière collection, « Appear & Disappear collection »

Et, bien sûr, elle a « fait » Shenkar, la fameuse école ……

Yafit Ben Meshulam - "les bijoux du Petit Poucet" ...... (in fact "YOSHI lapel pin set"  lapel pins for men & women. Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic & Resin -  925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric -  Lapel pin size: 0.4 inch / 1 cm )   Yafit Ben Meshulam - « les bijoux du Petit Poucet » …… (in fact « YOSHI lapel pin set »  lapel pins for men & women. Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic & Resin -  925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric -  Lapel pin size: 0.4 inch / 1 cm )

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - YOSHI lapel pin set  -   925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric - Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic and Resin: Yafit Ben Meshulam – YOSHI lapel pin set  (worn) -   925 Sterling Silver, Ceramic, fabric – Red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic and Resin

« Does technology affect the value of design, whether handcrafted or machine-made? And can we tell the difference now with the boundaries becoming blurred ? The collection started with very soft and organic jewellery that expresses birth and the creation of something new. To these emotional shapes I added a strong metal outline to symbolise the overpowering force of new technologies on crafts.« 

 Yafit Ben Meshulam/Lacuna jewellery - Bubbles Industrial memory / 2015 Plaster, fabric, Stainless Steel, Silver - white brooch  embroidery red thread, 3dprinting, laboratory  - cocoon organism: Yafit Ben Meshulam/Lacuna jewellery- Bubbles Industrial memory / 2015 – white brooch, embroidery, red thread, 3dprinting - Plaster, fabric, Stainless Steel, Silver

Yafit Ben Meshulam  Back & forward brooch  newcollection whitejewelry lacuna red  eramics: Yafit Ben Meshulam  - Back & forward brooch  new collection  red  eramics

 « LACUNA is a space between elementsA quiet elongation between one musical note to the next – A gap in the text that leaves room for imagination  –          I’d like to invite you into a world of intrigue and imagination. In this world, I see my jewels as unique 3D objects, each containing the shell of an element that once existed … and now in its place, the lacuna – just a memory of what once was.   The unique shapes of my designs were formed as if I removed a “frozen moment” froma step in the design process. Space remains between the material that originally was and the shape that came to be. With your imagination, this space allows a glimpse into the elements that were whisked away and hidden during this intriguing “frozen moment”.  In each collection I use a variety of techniques and technologies, which give expression to the concept of my designs.  I meticulously add textures, colors and finishes to the 3d prints and casted jewelry, so that the surface and interior spaces are decorated by the small details.   My name is Yafit Ben Meshulam. I’m a jewelry designer, maker and metal smith working and living in  Tel Aviv, Israel. I earned a B.DES degree in jewelry design from the distinguished Shenkar College of engineering and design in Tel Aviv.  Thanks for letting me share my passion with you « 

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - at JOYA 2016 -  RIKU NECKLACE  $195 - Contemporary pendant necklace, made of red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic pendant that moves gently like scales.  * Materials /  Red rope chain, Ceramic ,fabric, Alpaka, Sterling Silver - Pendant size: 2.5x2.5 inch / 6x6 cm - Chain length 28 inch, no bracket: Yafit Ben Meshulam – at JOYA 2016 -  « Riku » necklace -  red embroidery inlaid in 3D printed Ceramic pendant that moves gently like scales -  Red rope chain, Ceramic ,fabric, Alpaka, Sterling Silver – Pendant size: 2.5×2.5 inch

 Yafit Ben Meshulam - brooch - at JOYA 2016: Yafit Ben Meshulam – brooch – at JOYA 2016

 Yafit Ben Meshulam -   necklace  - at JOYA 2016: Yafit Ben Meshulam -   necklace  – at JOYA 2016 - Ceramic, Coral, Fabric, silver, stainless steel ….

Yafit Ben Meshulam - Kotaro necklace - Ten ceramic links and tow ceramic pieces with red embroidery engraving and Coral beads.  * Materials /   Ceramic, Coral  * Chain length 28 inch, no bracket  * Finish / Matte ceramic, shiny red resin Kotaro necklace - detail - Matte ceramic, shiny red resin
Yafit Ben Meshulam – « Kotaro » necklace – Ten ceramic links and tow ceramic pieces with red embroidery engraving and Coral beads.  -  Ceramic, Coral  -Chain length 28 inch – Finish / Matte ceramic, shiny red resin
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Yafit Ben Meshulam  – from embroidery red ethnic pattern ….. to … working on new pattern… pattern embroidery  sketch  dots
« Does jewelry within a specific collection have to be similar to one another? Further, is it possible to create an eclectic collection b ased on the same fundamental principles, or in other words D.N.A., of the jewelry’s design elements?
In creating a collection, designers sometimes realize upon reviewing their work that his or her project has another connection that wasn’t consciously created. In this project I decided to make this unknown, secondary connection the leading topic of my collection.
Throughout my process, every item b egan as an intuitive idea which was formulated independently into its correct form b ased on the materials and technology used. The connection between the items is revealed in the end; when all the pieces appear together. In my case, the connection that was discovered was measurements. Each piece emphasizes measurement in different ways; and together they appear as eclectic collection.
However, the result of this semi-blind process brings to the forefront an age old question: What makes a collection cohesive; is it materials? technology? shape? or is it the hand of the designer which gives a collection unity? »

 

 

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