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02/10/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Carlos SILVA – « SMACK » (Offjoya 2017 – Ingallerybcn, Barcelona – 4–20 Oct. 2017) / « PINàPARIS » (Parcours Bijoux 23 sept.-8 Oct. 2017)

Carlos SILVA

participa en la muestra SMACK / Offjoya 2017  at Ingallerybcn

Opening: 4 October 19:30 – 22:00

SMACK / Offjoya 2017  at Ingallerybcn

«  SMACK brings us together as a group in many ways. Not only with the first letters of our names but also a common idea to describe an activity, a sound for hitting the right thing. The words diversity– connection to yummy food, big heart-breaking kisses, drugs and punishment – is intriguing. In our case, we use it for things that are necessary ingredients for our work, as interesting ideas, unexpected materials, supportive colleagues, energy giving snacks, excellent tools, the right equipment and much more. »
For the exhibition SMACK at INGallery in Barcelona,
we, Sofia Björkman, Matt Lambert, Agnieszka Knap, Carlos Silva and Karin Roy Andersson, come together and show art jewellery with SMACK feeling!
Welcome!

«  A sneak peek of the new pieces EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Carlos SILVA – :)
I will be showing a new body of work, exploring shape and volume on total black charcoal pieces« SMACK   4 October 19:30 4 October - 20 October  Carlos Silva_pt   Carlos Silva jewel

Carlos Silva Jewelry   août ·2017   New exhibition coming soon, stay tunned :) . carlossilva carlossilvajewelry  charcoalart  ewelryCarlos Silva - new body of work, exploring shape and volume on total black charcoal pieces Carlos Silva - new body of work, exploring shape and volume on total black charcoal pieces aout 2017Carlos Silva - new body of work, exploring shape and volume on total black charcoal pieces

Carlos Silva - new body of work, exploring shape and volume on total black charcoal piecesCarlos Silva – new body of work, exploring shape and volume on total black charcoal pieces

Carlos Silva - MADEIRA - WOOD - Brooch  Carvão, espuma, cobre, aço e tinta Charcoal, foam, copper, steel and paintCarlos Silva - MADEIRA | WOOD.  -  Pregadeira | Brooch  Carvão, espuma, cobre, aço e tinta Charcoal, foam, copper, steel and paint

 

Ingallerybcnpenedes 3
08012 Barcelona
ingallerybcn@gmail.com

http://www.ingallerybcn.com

+34 932 37 96 94
Opening hours during JOYA: Thursday – Sunday 11:00-14:00, 17:00-20:30
Opening hours from after JOYA: Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00-14:00 and 17:00-20:30

 

AND ……

 Parcours Bijoux paris 2017PINàPARIS parcours Bijoux 2017PINàPARIS parcours Bijoux 2017

PINAPARIS. BIJOUX CONTEMPORAINS
INAUGURAÇÃO / VERNISSAGE samedi 23 septembre à 18:00 – 21:00 
Comissária / Commissaire:  Monika BRUGGER

Artistas respresentados / Artistes représentés:
Ana ALBUQUERQUE — Frederica BASTIDE DUARTE  — Carolina BRANCO  [EAAA] — Ana CAMPOS  — Márcia CIRNE  –  Marta COSTA REIS  [Ar.Co] — Teresa DANTAS  — Catarina DIAS  / Inês NUNES — Tomaz DINÍSIO  [EAAA] — Inês ESTEVES  –  Beatriz FAUSTINO  — Dulce FERRAZ  — Cristina FILIPE  — FILOMENO — Manuel JÚLIO — Teresa MILHEIRO  — Marília Maria MIRA  — Miriam MIRNA KORLOKOVAS  — Typhaine Le MONNIER  — Olga NORONHA  — Inês NUNES  –  Maria José OLIVEIRA  — Filomena PRAÇA  — Áurea PRAGA  — João RAMOS [EAAA] — Tereza SEABRA  –  Carlos SILVA  — Catarina SILVA  –  Diana SILVA  — Tânia SIMÃO XAVIER  [Ar.Co] –  Inês SOBREIRA –  Manuela SOUSA

EAAA – Escola Artistica António Arroio
Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual

A exposição PINAPARIS decorre no âmbito da SEMAINE DES CULTURES ÉTRANGÈRES e do PARCOURS BIJOUX, em PARIS e reúne obras de trinta e três artistas de três gerações e quatro nacionalidades (portuguesa, brasileira, colombiana e francesa) com distintas afinidades a Portugal e com o denominador comum de serem ou terem sido membros da PIN.
Os trabalhos presentes ora seguem o repto lançado pela comissária Monika Brugger e tiveram presente « Paris », como tema, ora são peças chave, no percurso dos artistas presentes, realizadas ao longo das últimas três décadas.

PIN fête aujourd'hui [9.9.2017] 13 ans et publie en 1ère main cette photo de Guillaume Pazat qui dépeint la directrice de la maison du Portugal à Paris - André de Gouveia - avec un collier de Carlos Silva, pré-annonçant la prochaine exposition de PIN "Bijoux contemporains" PIN fête aujourd’hui [9.9.2017] 13 ans et publie en 1ère main cette photo de Guillaume Pazat qui dépeint la directrice de la maison du Portugal à Paris – André de Gouveia – avec un collier de Carlos Silva, pré-annonçant la prochaine exposition de PIN « Bijoux contemporains »

Carlos Silva - photo de Guillaume Pazat qui dépeint la directrice de la maison du Portugal à Paris - André de Gouveia - avec un collier de Carlos Silva, pré-annonçant la prochaine exposition de PIN "Bijoux contemporains"photo de Guillaume Pazat (détail) qui dépeint la directrice de la maison du Portugal à Paris – André de Gouveia – avec un collier de Carlos Silva

Carlos Silva - collier  PINàPARIS 2017Carlos Silva - collier  PINàPARIS 2017 – necklace

 Carlos Silva - PINàPARISCarlos Silva at PINàPARIS –  bracelet – olive tree wood, silver leaf – 2014

Carlos Silva at PINàPARISCarlos Silva at PINàPARIS – necklace

 

 

 

 

 

MAISON PORTUGAL – ANDRÉ DE GOUVEIA
7P BOULEVARD JOURDAN
75014 PARIS
METRO | RER B : CITÉ UNIVERSITAIRE
TEL: 01 40 79 02 40
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Domingo / Dimanche > 13h – 20h
VISITA GUIADA / VISITE GUIDÉE + MONIKA BRUGGER
7.10.2017 | 14h

22/09/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Sébastien Carré at CREATIVITY OGGETTI gallery (Torino, Italia) – 23 Sept-14 Oct. 2017

Sébastien Carré

Timeless – Il Gioiello Contemporaneo Indossato da Sel.Dì.

Really Glad to be exhibiting in Creativity oggetti Gallery in Turin during the exhibition « TimeLess »as part of the Guest Star listing of Gioielli in Fermento
Très heureux d’exposer à la galerie Creativity oggetti à Turin pendant l’exposition « TimeLess » dans le listing des Guest Star présentés par Gioielli in Fermento

 
Sabato 23 settembre 2017 dalle 18:00 alle 20:30

Creativity oggetti‎“Timeless - Il Gioiello Contemporaneo Indossato da Sel.Dì.”

CREATIVITY OGGETTI PRESENTA:
“TIMELESS – IL GIOIELLO CONTEMPORANEO INDOSSATO DA Sel.Dì.”
Sabato 23 settembre 2017 dalle 18:00 alle 20:30

Il mondo di CREATIVITY OGGETTI si espande e si fonde con altri mondi fatti di ricerca e passione. Da 16 anni CREATIVITY propone una selezione di gioielli contemporanei provenienti da ogni parte del mondo, vere e proprie opere d’arte da indossare, la cui molteplicità dei materiali e la diversità delle lavorazioni ha caratterizzato la galleria e polarizzato così l’attenzione dei suoi visitatori abituali.
Oggi una nuova sfida: contestualizzare il gioiello facendone vedere al pubblico la parte “vissuta”, la sua applicazione quotidiana, l’indosso su abiti che possano essere portati dal giorno alla sera.
Il gioiello non come qualcosa di estraneo a noi da sfoggiare solo in occasioni speciali, ma come qualcosa di uso quotidiano, che può essere abbinato ad abiti dalle linee differenti, basta saper scegliere con un minimo di abilità.
Perfetta per questo la Collezione FW1718 di Sel.Dì della designer torinese DANIELA SELLONE, la quale partendo da un mood atemporale, TIMELESS appunto, che è la chiave magica dell’anima del brand, ha realizzato capi trasversali, giochi di volumi differenti, alcuni evoluzione di creazioni storiche dell’artista, che ben si collocano tra passato e futuro in una dimensione imprecisata e per questo sempre attuale. L’emotività è uno degli elementi fondamentali delle creazioni di Daniela Sellone, personaggio sensibile e poliedrico, in continua evoluzione, tanto da dare a questa collezione proprio il nome EVOLUTION, a sottolineare un passaggio, una mutazione, che conserva i suoi legami col passato, attraverso l’utilizzo di temi conduttori come le code (presenti anche sui bellissimi cappotti) e un?allure ironica ed intellettuale.
Questa filosofia ben si sposa con quella del gioiello contemporaneo, spesso pezzo unico e di certo non soggetto al mutare delle mode, ma opera d’arte, scultura che si muove nello spazio, appoggiata al rever di un cappotto, che occhieggia dallo scollo di una giacca, appena abbozzata al fondo di una gonna o come polsiera a chiudere la manica di un capo in maglia.
Nulla di scontato o di commerciale, ma qualcosa di unico e personale che arricchisce e racconta della personalità di chi lo indossa e per questo senza tempo. Basta solo saper trovare ciò che fa per noi. Ogni pezzo che entra a far parte della nostra vita va amato e desiderato, come qualcosa che ci completi.
L’evento sarà una sorta di scorcio di quotidianità nella quotidianità in cui le modelle si confonderanno tra il pubblico coinvolgendolo in un gioco delle parti interattivo dove gli ospiti saranno anche protagonisti, fino ad essere loro i modelli di uno shooting in cui potranno indossare sia i capi della Collezione Sel.Di, sia i gioielli dei vari designer selezionati per l’occasione, alcuni dei quali totalmente inediti per la galleria e special guest della serata.
In un inusuale scambio tra pubblico e modelle sarà possibile visionare le opere di questi artisti, alcuni dei quali presenti tra gli ospiti, e conoscere così più da vicino le loro opere, le varie lavorazioni e i materiali, oltre che, ovviamente, la fonte di ispirazione.
Saranno protagonisti della serata con gli abiti della Collezione Sel.Di i gioielli dei seguenti designer:
Aqto — Silvia Beccaria — Daniela Boni — Isabelle Busnel — Clara Del Papa — Pastore e Bovina — Laura Forte –Christine Jalio — Anna Król — Uli Rapp — Giulia Savino — Chiara Scarpitti — Barbara Uderzo — Alena Willroth — Elena Valenti — Ksenia Vohkmentseva.
Guest Star dell’evento una selezione di pezzi della mostra internazionale Gioielli in Fermento (GIF), felice connubio tra il “mondo contemporaneo del gioiello e mondo contemporaneo del vino: in entrambe le situazioni si intende volgere l’elemento naturale in qualcosa di prezioso ed unico (come recita la presentazione del catalogo generale del progetto curato da Eliana Negroni). »

La selezione di GIF comprenderà gli artisti:  Gigi Mariani — Maria Rosa Franzin — Maura BiamontiSébastien CarréNicoletta Frigerio — Corrado De Meo — Ylenia Deriu — Nicola Heidemann — Ria Lins — Mineri Matsuura — Alessandro Petrolati — Poppy Porter — Stefano Rossi – Claudia Steiner.

Per restare in un clima decisamente “sospeso” la serata sarà accompagnata da un delicato sottofondo di musica classica e con un momento food & beverage offerto dalla Fabbrica di Liquori TRINCHERI, casa storica piemontese fondata nel 1904 e famosa per la produzione del Vermuth, agli inizi del secolo molto in voga tra le signore ed oggi tornato di gran moda ad iniziare dalla penisola iberica.
Ad occuparsi del make-up e dell’hair styling delle modelle gli allievi di una delle scuole più conosciute e qualificate del settore, la Ernesto Giampino Academy. Accademia torinese di altissimo livello, essa fonde il Talento con l’Arte per dare quel qualcosa in più che è tipico del settore Moda. Non semplici acconciature e sedute trucco, ma un vero caleidoscopio di emozoni studiato con attenzione. In questo caso il mood Timeless sarà la fonte di ispirazione per dare alle modelle un’allure senza tempo, diafana, vintage e futurista al tempo stesso.
Le foto dell’evento saranno realizzate da Daniele Ratti, fotografo e architetto, già direttore artistico di Paratissima, la manifestazione espositiva che ogni anno si tiene a Torino dal 2006.
Alcune sue opere si trovano attualmente nelle collezioni permanenti del PAN di Napoli, il GAI di Torino e la Fondazione Bartoli Felter di Cagliari.
Le immagini dello shooting saranno regalate in formato web a tutti coloro che vorranno farsi ritrarre.
Per tutti coloro, operatori del settore e non, che prenderanno parte all’evento sarà possibile postare in diretta foto e video su tutti i canali social (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, ecc) inserendo uno o più dei seguenti hashtag: #creativityoggetti, #seldi #timeless #gioiellocontemporaneoto, #gioiellinfermento. Solo così potremmo ripostare le foto e i video più belli.
La Collezione FW 1718 Sel.Dì sarà eccezionalmente in vendita presso la sede di CREATIVITY OGGETTI
dal 23 settembre al 14 ottobre.
 collier RANCOEUR (noir) de sébastien Carré - nouvelle collection de Sel.Dì. - sept 2017collier RANCOEUR (noir) de Sébastien Carré - nouvelle collection de Sel.Dì. – sept 2017
Sébastien Carré - bracelet INFLAMMATION #8 - foto di Bianca CappelloSébastien Carré – bracelet INFLAMMATION #8  – foto di Bianca Cappello
Spille (brooch) Isabelle Busnel sulla nuova collezione di Sel.Dì. - sept 2017Spille (brooch) Isabelle Busnel sulla nuova collezione di Sel.Dì. – sept 2017

Creativity oggetti

Via Carlo Alberto 40/f,
10123 Turin – ITALY
+39 011 817 7864

17/09/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Snem Yildirim at CONTREPOINTS – ICKX Contemporary Jewelry (BE) 7 Sept.-2 dec.2017

Snem Yildirim  at

ICKX Contemporary Jewelry‎ : Contrepoints exhibition -  7 Sept – 2 Dec. 2017

Inauguration dimanche 10 septembre à 15:00 – 18:00

Come to discover creations about fifteen creators Belgian and Turkish, on Sunday September 10, around a glass.
Contemporary Jewelry and a selection of objects (porcelain, wood,…) will be expose.
Art has no boundaries…..

Le début de l’exposition « Contrepoints », c’est aussi le début du parcours de Design September Brussels (07 septembre) // The beginning of the exhibition « Contrepoints », it’s also the beginning of the journey of Design September Brussels (September 07).

ICKX Contemporary Jewelry‎Contrepoints - ICKX Jewelry - Broches/brooches: Nevin Arig(Broches/brooches: Nevin Arig)

CONTREPOINTS 
07/09 – 02/12/2017

Venez découvrir les créations d’une quinzaine de créateurs belges et turcs, ce dimanche 10 septembre, autour d’un verre.
Des bijoux contemporains et une sélection d’objets (porcelaine, bois…) seront exposés.
Dans le thème de cet événement, une surprise musicale vous attend…
« L’art n’a pas de frontière.
A partir de septembre, ICKX Contemporary Jewelry proposera une exposition: “Contrepoints”: métissage de cultures, et de formes d’expression belge et turcque.
C’est sous la proposition de la créatrice Belgo-Turque Nevin Arig que pour cet événement, ICKX Contemporary Jewelry a souhaité rassembler symboliquement des créateurs de bijoux contemporains et/ou des designers belges et turcs, tous à la recherche de liberté et d’harmonie.
Exposer ensemble à Bruxelles est une manière de revendiquer le droit à l’expression, un rassemblement modeste tout en légèreté et en simplicité pour un moment de partage et de solidarité. Une ouverture positive« .

with (Bijoux contemporains – contemporary jewelry) :
Senay Akin (Turkey) — Nevin Arig (Belgium-Turkey) — Isabelle Bianchi Marchesseau (Belgium) — Burcu Buyukunal (Turkey) — Ela Cindoruk (Turkey) –  Ann Cox (Belgium) — Anne Goy (Belgium) — Sophie Heymans (Belgium) — Audrey Ickx (Belgium) — Christine Keyeux-Schnöller (Belgium) — Nazan Pak (Turkey) –  Alain Roggeman (Belgium) — Burcu Sulek (Turkey) — Aisegul Telli (Turkey) — Ubustine (Belgium) — Snem Yildirim (Turkey)

 Snem Yildirim & Didem Yildirim / studiozigzag - "Surrounded" Brooch, powder coated copper, re-cycled plastic bottles (nylon wire), steelSnem Yildirim & Didem Yildirim / studiozigzag – « Surrounded » Brooch, powder coated copper, re-cycled plastic bottles (nylon wire), steel

Snem Yildirim & Didem Yildirim / studiozigzag - "Complicated" , brooch Surrounded SeriesSnem Yildirim & Didem Yildirim / studiozigzag – « Complicated » , brooch Surrounded Series

Snem yildirim / studiozigzag - "Up Hill and Down Dale", broochSnem Yildirim / studiozigzag – « Up Hill and Down Dale », brooch

Snem Yildirim Earrings: Yildrim_Snem_Jan_2017_18, 2016 Powder coated brass, re-cycled plastic bottles (nylon wire) Photo by: Snem Yildirim From series: Kanavice SeriesSnem Yildirim Earrings: Yildrim_Snem_Jan_2017_18, 2016 Powder coated brass, re-cycled plastic bottles (nylon wire) Photo by: Snem Yildirim From series: Kanavice Series

expo ICKX 'CONTREPOINT'  BE-TRles exposants à CONTREPOINTS

 
ICKX Contemporary Jewelry

Avenue Georges Henri 435
1200 Bruxelles
+32 494 64 93 36
www.ickxjewelry.com
ickxjewelry@gmail.com

 

16/09/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Barbara PAGANIN – EXPO « Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort » – Paris Parcours Bijoux 2017 – Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo – 14 Oct.-15 Nov. 2017

Barbara Paganin

Elle sera présente au Parcours Bijoux 2017 à Paris dans l’exposition

Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort

Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo, du 14 oct au 15 nov

Vernissage le samedi 14 octobre à 15h

Barbara_Paganin  "Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort" - Paris Parcours Bijoux 2017 - 14 Oct.-15 Nov. 2017 - Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo, du 14 oct au 15 nov -  Vernissage le samedi 14 octobre à 15h

« Initiée par la galerie LA Joaillerie, l’exposition Triptyque : la Vie, l’Amour, la Mort rassemble les œuvres de six artistes internationaux partageant une approche narrative et figurative du bijou. Elle propose une réflexion sur la fonction originelle du bijou comme marqueur de temps et symbole de rite de passage et questionne sa spécificité de medium et de véhicule des mythologies intimes. Pendant des siècles, depuis la branche de corail rouge offerte aux nourrissons en passant par les bijoux de deuils, le don du bijou a consacré le franchissement d’une étape. Porté au plus près du corps, le bijou constitue également un lieu de passage entre le versant caché, intime de l’individu et sa face publique, exposée aux regards. En choisissant de revisiter le format du triptyque dont la structure répond parfaitement aux besoins de la narration, les œuvres créées pour cette exposition nous livrent une interprétation contemporaine de questionnements existentiels immuables. »

Avec Zoe Arnold, Kranitzky & Overstreet, Lisa & Scott Cylinder, Asagi Maeda, Robert Mazlo, Barbara Paganin.

Barbara Paganin - Memoria Aperta n° 7 - spilla in argento, frammento di bambola di porcellana del 1890 zaffiro giallo, oro  - 2011-2013Barbara Paganin – Memoria Aperta n° 7 – spilla in argento, frammento di bambola di porcellana del 1890 zaffiro giallo, oro  – 2011-2013

Barbara Paganin (Memoria Aperta n.5, 2011-2013.  - Oxidate silver, pictures, porcelain, glass, zephyr, golden.Barbara Paganin (Memoria Aperta n.5, 2011-2013.  – Oxidate silver, pictures, porcelain, glass, zephyr, golden)

"Paganin weaves her thick net of information on a sort of genetic algorithm in which everyone can find their reflection. Each brooch, every necklace starts a story"... Sylvia Valenti discussing the aesthetics of #BarbaraPaganin in a brilliant article on @artjewelryforum. Brooch Memoria Aperta n°9. - Photo credit: Alice Pavesi Fiori - #Parcoursbijoux2017« Barbara Paganin weaves her thick net of information on a sort of genetic algorithm in which everyone can find their reflection. Each brooch, every necklace starts a story« … (Sylvia Valenti about BarbaraPaganin on artjewelryforum).
Brooch Memoria Aperta n°9. – Photo credit: Alice Pavesi Fiori

 

 

Galerie LA Joaillerie par Mazlo
31 rue Guénégaud
75006 Paris
01 53 10 86 04
métro : Odéon
la-joaillerie-par-mazlo.fr

mar – ven de 14h à 19h
sam de 11h à 19h

15/09/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Reka Lőrincz – « Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious » at Putti Art Gallery, sept. 2017

Reka Lőrincz

5 new pieces on show at Putti Art Gallery  during September 2017 (08-27 Sep 2017) :  Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Jewellery is not only jewellery

(next exhibition : 2018: Fair  07 Mar 2018 – 13 Mar 2018  Schmuck 2018.)

« On the border of kitsch and consume Réka Lörincz from Budapest and Gisbert Stach from Munich show a colourful kaleidoscope of works defining field of jewellery in a new creative way »
«  There are many misunderstandings in the common meaning of jewellery and in the thinking of what jewellery should be.
On the border of kitsch and consume Réka Lörincz from Budapestand Gisbert Stach from Munich show a colourful kaleidoscope of jewellery, objects, installations and films where they try to define and enlighten the field of jewellery in a new humoristic, critical and philosophical way.
Both are doing as well collaborations in making jewellery pieces.

 
Réka Lörincz’s jewellery is playing with the colourful world of plastics and toys that she is deforming by absurd and surrealistic elements into amazing jewellery pieces. Their objects are pretending to have a function. But by combining abstract materials the visitor is surprised by the humour and colourfulness of the installation. Reka Lorincz has studied in Hungarian University of Craft and Design, has shown her works in various group and personal exhibitions around the world. » (Klimt02)

 

COCO ! sort de ce corps !!!!

 Réka Lörincz Brooch: Don't take care!, 2017 Pearl, silk, gold-plated brass, wood, acrylic paintRéka Lörincz Brooch: Don’t take care!, 2017 Pearl, silk, gold-plated brass, wood, acrylic paint

Réka Lörincz Necklace: Don't take care!, 2017 Pearl, silk, gold-plated brass, wood, acrylic paintRéka Lörincz Necklace: Don’t take care!, 2017 Pearl, silk, gold-plated brass, wood, acrylic paint Réka Lörincz Brooch: Monday to Sunday, 2017 Pearl, champagne quartz, mystic topaz, sapphire, ruby,  rhodium - plated brass, plastic, stainless steel, mountain crystal, citrineRéka Lörincz Brooch: Monday to Sunday, 2017 Pearl, champagne quartz, mystic topaz, sapphire, ruby,  rhodium – plated brass, plastic, stainless steel, mountain crystal, citrine

Exhibition display.  -   Réka Lörincz Brooch: Monday to Sunday, 2017 Pearl, champagne quartz, mystic topaz, sapphire, ruby,  rhodium - plated brass, plastic, stainless steel, mountain crystal, citrineExhibition display.  -   Réka Lörincz Brooch: « Monday to Sunday »

Réka Lörincz Object: Pearl grinder, 2015 Pearl, alloy, wood, metal foilRéka Lörincz Object: Pearl grinder, 2015 Pearl, alloy, wood, metal foil

Réka Lörincz Object: Must Have, 2017 Pearl, shovel, epoxy, textile  Réka Lörincz Object: Must Have, 2017 Pearl, shovel, epoxy, textile 

Réka Lörincz Necklace: Pearl truck, 2015 Pearl, goldplated brass, alloy, plastic, epoxyRéka Lörincz Necklace: Pearl truck, 2015 Pearl, goldplated brass, alloy, plastic, epoxy

Réka Lörincz Brooch: Perfect woman, 2015 Gold plated cooper, pearl, plastic 7.5 x 10 x 1.5 cmRéka Lörincz Brooch: Perfect woman, 2015 Gold plated cooper, pearl, plastic 7.5 x 10 x 1.5 cm

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

 Reka lorincz - Hommage à Coco Channel -  necklace - pearl, duct tape 2015:Reka Lorincz - Hommage à Coco Channel -  necklace – pearl, duct tape 2015

 

 

 

Education:
2012
Workshop with Gemma Draper – Antwerpem
2011 Symposium in Bratislava – Atelier EM
2010 Semmelweis University – Department of applied Psychology
2007 Workshop with Ted Noten – BIAD – Birmingham
2004 Diploma
2002 Erasmus scolarship to Spain, Barcelona
2000 Hungarian University of Craft and Design – Visual educator teacher department
1999- 2004 Hungarian University of Craft and Design – Metal design department
1997-1999 Budai Art technical college – goldsmith department

 

 

 

Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 -  Rïga
LATVIA

05/08/2017

EXPO ‘Marzee Graduate Show 2017′ – Marzee Gallery, Nijmegen (NL) – 20 Aout-25 Oct. 2017

Marzee International Graduate Show 2017

Please join us, and the participating graduates, for the opening of the Marzee International Graduation Show on Sunday 20 August 2017 at 4pm at Galerie Marzee.

Marzee Graduation Show - opening 20 August 2017 at 4 pm

The annual Marzee International Graduation Show, is the highlight of our exhibition calendar, and has grown from a modest affair to an event unparallelled in size and scope. This year’s show will present a selection of jewellery and objects by more than 100 graduates from 40 different art schools and academies from Europe, US, Asia and Australia.
Galerie Marzee is unique in its support for emerging young talent and since 1986 the Marzee International Graduate Show has offered the best new graduates their first opportunity to exhibit in a world-renowned gallery. During the opening we will also award the Marzee Graduate Prize to this year’s most promising students.
Bringing together student works from all over the globe, Galerie Marzee’s graduate exhibition is the only of its kind. It serves as an annual survey of thesis research in the field of jewellery, but more importantly, as a venue for these investigations, questions, and queries to come to light. Indeed, with contributions from over 40 academies and colleges across the world, design and process are as varied as there are selected works. As these students transition from the structure provided by university jewellery departments into a studio practice of their own making, the opportunity for their first body of work to continue into the contemporary conversation is significant. Perfectly housed within the gallery, the Marzee International Graduate Show 2017 marks the 31st installment, and the only jewellery degree exhibition of this size and scope.
The exhibition will be on show through October 25th.

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  Lotta Koov, Earthly Pleasures, 2017, brooches; silicone, silver, steel. Graduated from EKA Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn, EstoniaLotta Koov, Earthly Pleasures, 2017, brooches; silicone, silver, steel. Graduated from EKA Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn, Estonia
 Graduate Show preview: Ammeli Engström, Not my hands, 2017, brooch; silver. Graduated from HDK Academy of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg, Sweden
  Ammeli Engström, Not my hands, 2017, brooch; silver. Graduated from HDK – School of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg, Sweden

    Melissa Selvius, Ankh II, 2017, necklace; aluminium, gold. Graduated from SDSU San Diego State University, United StatesMelissa Selvius, Ankh II, 2017, necklace; aluminium, gold. Graduated from SDSU San Diego State University, United States

 Marzee International Graduate Show 2017 -  Lu Kuai, Peep-Communication, 2017, necklace; lacquer, horse hair, wood, silver, copper. Graduated from BIFT Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, ChinaLu Kuai , Peep-Communication, 2017, necklace; lacquer, horse hair, wood, silver, copper. Graduated from BIFT Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, China

MARZEE Graduate Show (2017) preview: Tamae Kamishima, Gather, 2017, brooches; acrylic paint. Graduated from Hiko Mizuno, Tokyo, Japan Tamae Kamishima, Gather, 2017, brooches; acrylic paint. Graduated from Hiko Mizuno, Tokyo, Japan
Lilian Mattuschka, untitled, 2016, necklace; wood, rubber, iron. Graduated from Alchimia, Florence, ItalyLilian Mattuschka, untitled, 2016, necklace; wood, rubber, iron. Graduated from Alchimia, Florence, Italy

 Holly O'Hanlon, Excess 2, 2016/2017, brooch; slate, treated mild steel, precious white metal, precious yellow metal, two-part epoxy, steel pin. Graduated from Central Saint Martins, London, UK. #graduateshow2017 #galeriemarzee Holly O’Hanlon, Excess 2, 2016/2017, brooch; slate, treated mild steel, precious white metal, precious yellow metal, two-part epoxy, steel pin. Graduated from Central Saint Martins, London, UK

Graduate Show preview: Dabin Lee, Down the Rabbit Hole, 2017, brooch; silver, copper wire, fabric. Graduated from Royal Academy of Antwerp, Belgium Dabin Lee, Down the Rabbit Hole, 2017, brooch; silver, copper wire, fabric. Graduated from Royal Academy of Antwerp, Belgium

Natalie Nicholson, Yellow, 2016, necklace; linen, sterling silver, rubber, wood. Graduated from SUNY, New Paltz, USNatalie Nicholson, Yellow, 2016, necklace; linen, sterling silver, rubber, wood. Graduated from SUNY, New Paltz, US

Marzee graduate show 2017 - Pia Groh, N'1, 2017, earrings agate, oxidised silver. Graduated from Idar-Oberstein, Hochschule Trier, GermanyPia Groh, N’1, 2017, earrings agate, oxidised silver. Graduated from Idar-Oberstein, Hochschule Trier, Germany

Marzee Graduation Show - opening 20 August 2017 at 4 pm

Lage Markt 3 / Waalkade 4
6511 VK Nijmegen, Netherlands
tel +31 24 322 9670

 

 

03/08/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Isabelle Molénat – Lines of skin

Isabelle Molénat

A VENIR ! L’exposition collective « Corps Limite » invite à découvrir le travail de 6 créatrices de bijoux et plasticiennes. Leur différente sensibilité à la matière s’expriment à travers cette surface sensible qu’est notre peau…comment déstructurer les limites pour mieux les (re)construire… :
Sibyl Breton sous la marque « L’œ dans l’œ » — Marie Flambard — Marie Grimaud sous la marque Métylis – Ophélia Leclercq sous la marque PÿR –  Isabelle MolénatSuzanne Otwell Nègre

(EXPOSITION durant le prochain « PARCOURS BIJOUX » à PARIS, à la galerie Goutte de Terre qui nous accueille du 9 novembre au 30 novembre 2017 – vernissage et conférence le 10 novembre)

 

 juillet 2017· Lines of skin … work in progress.

 

Isabelle Molénat  . juillet 2017· Lines of skin...work in progress. Necklace and brooch silk, eco-dyeing.Isabelle Molénat  . juillet 2017· Lines of skin…work in progress. Necklace and brooch silk, eco-dyeing

Isabelle Molénat  . juillet 2017· Lines of skin...work in progress. Necklace and brooch silk, eco-dIsabelle Molénat  . juillet 2017· Lines of skin…work in progress. Necklace – silk, eco-d

Isabelle Molénat  . juillet 2017· Lines of skin...work in progress.  brooch silk, eco-dyeing.Isabelle Molénat  . juillet 2017· Lines of skin…work in progress.  brooch silk, eco-dyeing

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A VENIR ! L’exposition collective « Corps Limite » invite à découvrir le travail de 6 créatrices de bijoux et plasticiennes. Leur différente sensibilité à la matière s’expriment à travers cette surface sensible qu’est notre peau…comment déstructurer les limites pour mieux les (re)construire… :
Sibyl Breton sous la marque « L’œ dans l’œ » — Marie Flambard — Marie Grimaud sous la marque Métylis – Ophélia Leclercq sous la marque PÿR –  Isabelle MolénatSuzanne Otwell Nègre

(EXPOSITION durant le prochain « PARCOURS BIJOUX » à PARIS, à La galerie Goutte de Terre qui nous accueille du 9 novembre au 30 novembre 2017 – vernissage et conférence le 10 novembre)

Nous allons nous questionner sur cette peau porteuse de mémoire et plus généralement autour de cette enveloppe qui regroupe, en plus de l’épiderme, les cheveux, les ongles, les poils… Cette carapace va devenir un territoire à envahir. Matière, couleur, élasticité, fragilité sont  les points de commencement de nos bijoux. Certaines d’entre nous vont créer pour l’occasion une nouvelle collection, d’autres vont développer un travail déjà existant et proposer de nouvelles pièces.

Isabelle Molénat - Knots bracelet 05bracelet Knots Isabelle Molénat  

"Knots" Isabelle Molénat, silk and eco-dyeing« Knots » Isabelle Molénat  , silk and eco-dyeing – Work in progress…
« On peut penser que la surface est ce qui tombe des choses: ce qui en vient directement, ce qui s’en détache, ce qui en procède donc. Et qui s’en détache pour venir traîner à notre rencontre, sous notre regard, comme les lambeaux d’une écorce d’arbre. »…comme les lambeaux de peau. »

PORTRAIT d’Isabelle MOLENAT :

« Comment en es tu arrivée à créer et à réaliser tes propres bijoux ?
Mon premier métier est architecte, mon second créatrice de bijoux.
Je suis passée de l’un à l’autre simplement, le lien entre ces métiers étant pour moi évident: on y trouve des logiques de penser et de mise en forme identiques. Dans le bijou on peut faire coexister l’architecte savant, qui choisit et transforme les matériaux en fonction de la conception de l’objet et le créateur qui puise dans les accidents et les contraintes de la matière les atouts et le point de départ pour la mise en oeuvre de l’objet… dimension pragmatique de l’architecte et dimension affective de l’artiste.
Dans ces deux domaines je m’applique à travailler avec et pas contre. Je n’impose pas, j’écoute, j’observe, j’analyse, je retranscris. Je crée des espaces, des objets avec cette même énergie de sens.
Au tout début les créateurs de bijoux qui m’ont interpellé ont été Line Vautrin, Lina Baretti, Catherine Noll. C Noll disait   « S’il est réussi, le bijou sera intemporel et traversera les époques. Il est des créations qui se situent entre bijou et sculpture » . 
En créant mes premiers bijoux, je cherchais à être dans cet équilibre entre matière, esthétique et sens. Je voulais situer le bijou dans un univers qui me touche et me bouscule, explorer la relation d’intimité qu’il porte. J’ai travaillé les thématiques du désir, du lien, du trouble, ces signes qui nous animent, nous humanisent. 
Et puis le bijou est devenu presque un soin, me permettant de quitter la fonction d’objet pour atteindre un lieu innommable, une zone archaïque où la création est là, sans autre raison que d’exister. »

"Knots" Isabelle Molénat « Knots » Isabelle Molénat

« Quelle est ta matière de prédilection?
Le textile s’est imposé à moi dès le départ, c’était une évidence. J’ai essayé de comprendre d’où provenait ce choix implicite. Le textile me renvoie d’abord au vêtement, à ce qui couvre, protège et met en valeur notre corps, le textile comme objet vital et ornemental. Le textile parle aussi à travers ses textures et ses couleurs, c’est le textile comme médiateur de sensations et d’émotions.
Je travaille certaines collections avec des textiles de récupérations, d’autres en préparant directement des teintures végétales pour colorer des soies dans des harmonies que seule la nature développe. Le processus suit une lente maturation des pigments, une inépuisable interaction entre la technique et le hasard. 
Le textile m’offre ainsi un champs artistique que je ne soupçonnais pas. »

"Knots" Isabelle Molénat,
                                                                            Knots d’Isabelle Molénat – work in progress
« Qu’est ce que tu aimerais exprimer au travers de tes bijoux autour du thème « Corps Limite »?
Le titre de cet ensemble de bijoux que j’expose est «Ce que la peau dit de nous».
Il y a une phrase de Didi Huberman qui décrit très bien ce que la peau représente pour moi : « On peut penser que la surface est ce qui tombe des choses: ce qui en procède donc». 
La peau est la surface de notre corps. Cette limite laisse s’exprimer nos années de vie et nos émotions:  les rides ( ce que j’appelle plus poétiquement «les plis de la peau»), les cicatrices… les frissons, la chair de poule … les joues roses, le teint blême…. La peau  exprime ce que l’on ne peut cacher,  elle est une fenêtre sur notre vie.
A travers mes bijoux je souhaite exprimer les liens au corps, l’écorce de notre vie. »

Isabelle Molénat - Knots collier 02Isabelle Molénatcollier Knots  02

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Marie Flambard propose pour la contre-partie à 55 € de notre financement participatif , sa collection Parcelles, adaptée pour l’occasion. Chaque créatrice s’est prêtée au jeu de lui envoyer une photo d’un détail de sa peau, détail qui la (re)présenterait. Reproduits en verre, ces fragments sont présentées dans une boîte de pétrie, devenant ainsi objet portrait/objet de curiosité.
matériaux: boîte de pétrie, verre travaillé au chalumeau (du au caractère artisanal de ce travail, il peut y avoir de légères différences entre la photo et ce que vous allez recevoir, merci pour votre compréhension)
dimension: boite de pétrie 4 cm de diamètre et parcelle 2 cm de diamètre
Attention, les quantités sont limités à 5 Parcelles par créatrice.

Marie Flambard - Parcelle 2:  Isabelle Molénat - photoMarie Flambard - Parcelle 2:  Isabelle Molénat

 

CETTE EXPOSITION AURA LIEU à PARIS, durant le prochain « PARCOURS BIJOUX » à La galerie Goutte de Terre qui nous accueille du 9 novembre au 30 novembre 2017

vernissage et conférence le 10 novembre

 

10/07/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Yiota VOGLI – all that matters…. painting & jewellery by Yiota Vogli – As gallery (Greece) – 6 Juill.-12 Aout 2017

Yiota Vogli

All that matters ………. at As gallery - Agapi Smpokou Contemporary Jewellery and Art

opening on Thursday 6/7/2017 at 20.00

AS GALLERY- Agapi Smpokou contemporary jewellery and art is presenting the solo painting and jewellery exhibition of the artists Yiota Vogli, entitled « all that matters ». The exhibition’s opening is on July 6, 2017 at 20:00 at AS Gallery, Psaromiligkon 9 in the center of Heraklion.

all that matters…. painting & jewellery by Yiota Vogli
« I have drawn photographic portraits that capture an expression on human bodies, which seem to represent not just the subject’s personality but include manifestoes of our contemporary society.
This body of work is an exploration into the physical and emotional limits of individuals operating in contemporary society, using the human images, to expose psychological and physical states like joy, despair, guilty, emotional release, gravity, presence and absence. The question concerning female faith and generally the virtuous behavior which supposedly characterizes women in every area of their lives emerges as a central subject.
The female body becomes means and subject of emotional communication, when at the same time it turns into a canvas on which expresses the individual and public freedom, while reflects the aesthetic value of our times. »
Yiota Vogli

Yiota Vogli Visual Arts - All that Matters - solo exhib. juillet 2017

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Yiota Vogli Visual ArtsYiota Vogli Visual Arts - paintings »body graffiti »

Yiota Vogli Visual Arts  - body imprints, mixed media, weavings, enclosed in plexiglassYiota Vogli Visual Arts · body imprints, mixed media, weavings, enclosed in plexiglass

Series "shadows" necklace Silver, alpaca, wood, painting "Thoughts like birds will always hover high in the sky but is our responsibility to prevent the “birds” from landing on our minds" Yiota VogliYiota Vogli - Series « shadows » necklace – Silver, alpaca, wood, painting
« Thoughts like birds will always hover high in the sky but is our responsibility to prevent the “birds” from landing on our minds »

Yiota Vogli - Series "shadows" necklace - detailYiota Vogli – Series « shadows » necklace – detail

Yiota Vogli - Series "shadows" necklace -Yiota Vogli - Series « shadows » necklace –
SHADOWS collection, 2016, is the embodiment of a fantasy world populated with shadows, exotic birds, grotesque demons and fairies, an exploration of the aesthetic and literary values of such creatures and the real and symbolic nature of the shadow as an image and a figure.. »Yiota Vogli

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Yiota VOGLI - all that matters.... painting & jewellery by Yiota Vogli - As gallery (Greece) - 6 Juill.-12 Aout 2017 dans EXCHANGE-BIJOUYiota Vogli - From the series « Shadows » the pair -earrings, silver, alpaca, paper, oxidation, Yiota Vogli

Yiota Vogli Visual Arts - All that Matters - solo exhib. juillet 2017Yiota Vogli - « Body Graffiti »- mixed media, 140x90cm
« The emblematic photographs of the surrealist Man Ray (1890-1976) are the artist’s raw material, the basic building blocks of these works. Thereafter the artist intervenes either by the use of the digital ‘touching up’ of the photographs or through means solely afforded by painting, such as the addition of colour or the subtly nuanced repetition of the same subject, thus emphatically underlining invented symbolic features of the image. The cumulative function of memory and associations leads to the inclusion of other apparently disparate elements such as street graffiti, Byzantine images and Renaissance art or even fragments from ancient texts. The resultant new work has thus the form of a palimpsest, not just in terms of its images but also in the representation of feelings. »  Despina Tsougianni  PhD. History of Art

Yiota Vogli - "Body Graffiti"- mixed mediaYiota Vogli - « Body Graffiti »- mixed media

Yiota Vogli - layers of memoryYiota Vogli - layers of memory

 

 

AS Gallery
Psaromiligkon 9,
71202 Herákleion (Heraklion , Crete), Greece
tel +30 281 400 3486
www.as-gallery.gr

 

01/06/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jelizaveta Suska – EXPO at RRgallery, N.Y. (USA) – 3 Mai-25 Juin 2017

Jelizaveta Suska

I will show this work in NY where I will have a group  exhibition in MAY 2017 through June 25 2017 at RRgallery

Opening artist reception on MAY 3th, 6-8 pm

Jelizaveta Suska -exhib MAY 2017:

 

Jelizaveta Suska. Brooch: Frozen Moment 2, 2015. Polymer, crushed marble, 14 ct gold, titanium, crystal. 5 x 4 x 3 cm. Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska. From series: Frozen Moment.: Jelizaveta Suska. Brooch: Frozen Moment 2, 2015. Polymer, crushed marble, 14 ct gold, titanium, crystal. 5 x 4 x 3 cm. Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska. From series: Frozen Moment

 

Jelizaveta Suska  -Brooch, Made out of original material that combines polymer and hand crushed marble. Metal support details are crafted in titanium, 14K gold and sterling silver that are plated with 24K gold. -Jelizaveta Suskaya: Jelizaveta Suska  Brooch: Frozen Moment 7, 2016  Polymer, crushed marble, gold-plated silver, amethyst  5 x 4 x 3 cm  Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska  From series: Frozen Moment

Jelizaveta Suska -exhib MAY 2017 through June 25 at RRgallery - Opening artist reception on MAY 3th, 6-8 pm 2017: Jelizaveta Suska – brooch

Jelizaveta Suska -exhib MAY 2017 through June 25 at RRgallery - Opening artist reception on MAY 3th, 6-8 pm 2017: Jelizaveta Suska - brooch

Jelizaveta Suska -exhib MAY 2017 through June 25 at RRgallery - Opening artist reception on MAY 3th, 6-8 pm 2017: Jelizaveta Suska – brooch

Jelizaveta Suska -exhib MAY 2017 through June 25 at RRgallery - Opening artist reception on MAY 3th, 6-8 pm 2017: Jelizaveta Suska -neckpiece

 

 

 

RRgallery
30 Gansevoort St
10014 New York

tel  +1 212-226-4513
gallery@reinsteinross.com

http://ReinsteinRoss.com/

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EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Yiota VOGLI at « 7 artists for 7 days 2017″ -5-16 Juin 2017

7artistsfor7days2017 in Rome 5 – 16 june 2017 at mydaybydayspace……save the dates with

Lisa HabigMaura BiamontiYiota VogliValeria MartinezEinav BenzanoTeresa FarisNina Lima

 7artistsfor7days2017

#7aritistsfor7days2017 in Rome 5 - 16 june at #mydaybydayspace......save the dates with  #lisahabig #maurabiamonti #yiotavogli #valeriamartinez #einavbenzano #teresafaris #ninalima

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« As a visual artist, my relationship with jewelry is bidirectional. My jewelry is influenced from my artistic research. Observation and painting require the engagement of all of our senses, thus, in my work I draw on memory and therefore on my senses.
Addressing jewelry as micro sculpture, I refer to form, material, colors and texture to conceptualize personal memories and my view of social and cultural issues into art. »
Yiota Vogli

Yiota Vogli braceletYiota Vogli  - Bracelet: Travelling, 2015 – Paper, oxidized brass, oxidized silver  12 x 1 x 12.5 cm

Yiota Vogli neckpieceYiota Vogli  – Necklace: Islands, 2015 – Paper, oxidized brass, oxidized silver -  From series: Layers of Memory

Yiota Vogli - pendant/ringYiota Vogli – pendant/ring – Out, 2017 Wood, paint, rhodium plated silver & brass 4.5 x 2.7 x 6.5 cm – From series: Shadows

Yiota Vogli’s interview

26-04-2017
Where is your inspiration coming from?
It’s very important to stay mind open. I seek inspiration everywhere; the ideas are always out there. It’s about being in the right state of mind to take the ‘half formed pictures’ and turn them into something that works.
What are you trying to communicate in particular with your artwork?
Making art is a self expression but most is a way to communicate and share ideas or emotions.
Which material you prefer to use and why ?  
It depends of the idea I want to communicate! I love working with simple non precious materials like paper or paper pulp combined with metals like silver or oxidized brass.
How much value do you give to researching material for your creations?
Is very important to make a research of the materials you use in every project, to experiment up to the limits of them.
Is it more important for you the process, or the final artwork itself?
Both, but I am enjoying the process a lot! Every piece is a challenge.
Is there an artist you prefer and why ?
There are many, I prefer those works which are simple, brief, concise and direct.
Have you ever thought to collaborate with other artists , or you like to work on your own? 
Making art is a lonely procedure, but Yes! I would love the opportunity to collaborate with other artists.    
Where do you feel you are at with this last collection?
As an artist I transfer onto my work pictures, stimuli and sentiments.
What have you discovered of yourself, are you satisfied ? Looking deeper inside me… I feel that I am in a good direction!
Two words to describe your last artwork collection.    
Unconscious thoughts.

 Yiota Vogli -  braceletYiota Vogli -  bracelet - Paper, oxidized alpaca, oxidized silver.

Yiota Vogli  - neckpieceYiota Vogli  –   ‘arteries & veins’, neckpiece II, copper, paper, sponge, steel, foil, 2015

 

 

Myday – byday gallery
Via Luca della Robbia 76
00153 -  Rome
ITALY mydaybyday@myday-byday.com

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