COLLECT 2013 at Saatchi Gallery (London, United Kingdom) From May 10 until May 13 May, 2013
COLLECT: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, COLLECT will bring together the world’s finest galleries representing exceptional work of museum-quality from their portfolio of artists. Thirty two galleries and eleven Project Space artists will come together from 10 – 13 May 2013 at the Saatchi Gallery in London for this leading international art fair.
Thirty two galleries :
at Galerie Marzee : Ulrich Reithofer - King Arthur’s Round Table necklace - Photo: Manu Ocaña, 2012
& « Schnitt für Schritt #13″ by Tabea Reulecke - Photo: Courtesy Galerie Marzee, 2012
at Galerie Rosemarie Jäger : Light blue brooch by Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary Photo: CMirei Takeuchi, 2011
& Annamaria Zanella – Necklace Fortuny Colors Plissé Photo: Marco Furio Magliani, 2012
at Galerie RA : Sigurd Bronger -turbin necklace
Paper Bracelets by Nel Linssen, 2012
Brooch by Mirjam Hiller
& Peter Bauhuis – ring
at Gallery S O : Gang, Go, Hole rings by Andi Gut
at Galerie Rob Koudijs : Koi bracelet by David Bielander – Photo: David Bielander, 2012
& Ralph Bakker necklace
at Galleri Format Oslo
- GLASS sculpture (not jewelry )Mirage by Kari Håkonsen Photo: Morten Brun, 2012
the Represented artists for jewellery are : Hedda Bjerkeli — Ingjerd Hanevold — Elise Hatlø — Ingjerd Hanevold — Kathrine Lindman — Anna Talbot
at Gallery Kunst1 – Brooch by Runa Vethal Stoelen 2012
eleven Project Space artists :
– pieces that explore the sensation of wearing jewellery. Made by Évelie Mouila, the installation combines making & visual communication. Through her practice Mouila found an unexpected solution to materialise the relation between body, jewellery & clothes. Coming from the idea that jewellery alone can be seen as clothing, she creates jewellery that dresses the body, becoming clothing, & clothing that dresses the body is jewellery.
Évelie Mouila – Necklace & Hair Jewellery - This jewelry reception the hair, and creates bunches of your hair. Acts as jewellery with new functionality.
Goldstein’s work is a celebration of repair, inspired by complexity, errors and its consequences. Goldstein developed a repair methodology that uses elements of broken systems to repair broken objects. His repaired objects reflect and question the environment that has created them
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