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28/10/2012

EXPO ‘emaille/enamel’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 3 Nov.-22 Dec. 2012

emaille/enamel at Galerie Pilartz

 http://www.pilartz.com/newsletter/november2012/emaille_enamel.html

The exhibition showcases new enamel works by:
Ramon Puig CuyàsBeate Eismann — Simone Giesen — Julia Turner – Christiane Iken — Danni SchwaagSilvia WalzVolker AtropsIsabell SchauppSilvia WeidenbachNora Rochel —   Ike Jünger

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Ramon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Nº 1456 2012  Nickel silver, wood, enamel, wood, plastic, acrylic painting  Series The cactus grows slowlyRamon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Nº 1456 2012  Nickel silver, wood, enamel, wood, plastic, acrylic painting  Series The cactus grows slowly
Julia Turner  Brooch: White Scaffold  Wood, steel, enamelJulia Turner  Brooch: White Scaffold  Wood, steel, enamel
Isabell Schaupp  Brooch: Wing 7 (Heartwing) 2012  Silver, copper, enamel, photo, coral, textile Isabell Schaupp  Brooch: Wing 7 (Heartwing) 2012  Silver, copper, enamel, photo, coral, textile
Nora Rochel  Ring  Silver, enamelNora Rochel  Ring  Silver, enamel
Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstraße 10
D-50667 Cologne
Tel +49 (0)221-168 268 77
info@pilartz.com

26/08/2012

EXPO ‘Peter Bauhuis: Cupriavidus Metallidurans’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 1er Sept.-13 Oct. 2012

Cupriavidus Metallidurans : The entire spectrum of Peter Bauhuis works, his jewellery and his vessels – you can explore all his pieces of rare beauty in our gallery.
September 1 – October 13, 2012
Cordial Invitation to Exhibition Opening : Saturday, September 1, 2012,  12 to 4pm

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 Peter Bauhuis is fascinated with the possibilities of founding. The central series of his work were made in metal founding. The intensive, often innovative engagement with this technique has earned Peter Bauhuis a reputation as modern alchemist. In contrast to wrought works that were forged the actual work in founding pieces lies within a thorough preparation. Technical precision and exact knowledge of the materials used predetermine the later results. However, once the founding has started, there are few possibilities left to correct or influence the outcome.
The experiment with the process of founding and melting different metals together characterises the work of Peter Bauhuis.
He reaches unexpected colours from matt white to a faint greenish yellow up to deep orange and dark red that seem to run into each other with the interplay of oxidising gold, silver and copper. People looking at his works, ask themselves: is this really metal?
He integrates seeming mistakes like fine lines or cracks and technical necessities into his shapes. This gives metal and its strong materiality an incredible lightness. With wit and playful irony he questions the gestures of jewellery and the objects and how we are used to seeing things. EXPO ‘Peter Bauhuis: Cupriavidus Metallidurans’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 1er Sept.-13 Oct. 2012 dans Allemagne (DE) g_1pm1528hq

Peter BauhuisNecklace – Blobring 2007 – copper, silver, gold, bronze

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Peter Bauhuis : Blobring 2007 – copper, gold 750  —  Ring 2008 – gold 600

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Peter Bauhuis Outis – brooch 2010 – gold 600, needle gold 750; 58 x 29 x 26 mm

 

 

 

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstrasse 10
D-50667 – Cologne
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)221-168 268 77
website: www.pilartz.com
mail: info@pilartz.com

28/05/2012

EXPO ‘Mirjam Hiller’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 12 Mai-7 Juill. 2012

Mirjam Hiller

Galerie Pilartz show the latest works by Mirjam Hiller, who has been honored with numerous awards and prizes.
Cravenias, by Mirjam Hiller, 2011, represented at COLLECT by Galerie RaMirjam Hiller – Cravenias brooch , 2011

« At first there is a thought, a very vivid, three-dimensional thought of a form, a room that I can go into. I explore it and let it enchant me. I would like to grasp and experience it over and over again. The form is very complex, built of different colours, structures shapes and scents and depending from where I look, everything changes.
I have to make decisions, reduce it to the essentials and find a way for a logical realization in order to give the construct of my thoughts, which is by no means logical, a place in this world of tangible things. I focus myself on one kind of material, one or two colours; everything else distracts me and redirects my thoughts. I capture the three-dimensional form that spreads out in front of my inner eye, unfold it to the second dimension, sketch it and cut it out with the awareness that every cut is a final one. The cut out drawing lies in front of me, one flat piece, my unfolded thought. I bend and fold it to the third dimension. I’m excited to see if it really grows the way that I’ve imagined. I enter the room again, half in thoughts, half in reality.«    Mirjam Hiller

Mirjam Hiller - Brooch, Steel, Powdercoated.Mirjam Hiller – Brooch « Metocanea » 2012, Steel, Powdercoated

Mirjam Hiller  Brooch: Venturium Pink 2012  Stainless steel, powdercoatingMirjam Hiller  Brooch: Venturium Pink 2012  Stainless steel, powdercoating

 

 

 

 

 

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstrasse 10
D-50667 – Cologne
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)221-168 268 77
website: www.pilartz.com
mail: info@pilartz.com

17/09/2011

EXPO ‘Young Jewellery Art from Barcelona’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 18 Sept.-5 Nov. 2011

 

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The Escola Massana: A confectioner’s dream.

1929 – In the year of the World Exhibition in Barcelona the school first opened its doors. The wealthy confectioner Augustí Massana was its generous donor and founded the academy for design in industry and artisan craftworks. With this he anticipated the future connection of industry and arts and set on design early on.

 

Presenting work by:
Alejandra Solar, Auba Pont, Dalia Jurado, Gaston Rois, Begoña Prats, Trinidad Contreras, Silvia Walz, Ramon Puig Cuyás

 

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Ramon Puig CuyàsN°1302 Net-Work Series – brooch – nickel silverhttp://www.pilartz.com/english/kuenstler/walz/Silvia_Walz_17.jpg
Silvia WalzBalduins Haus – brooch – silver, copper, enamel

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Begoña Prats - Brooches ‘Live on Mars 3′ – Copper, paint- 2011

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Dalia JuradoOnirius Pendant. Oxided alpaca and silver.

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Alejandra Solar

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Auba Pont – Brooch: Bi-realitas-1 – Painted wood, polyurethane resin, silver, steel

 

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstrasse 10
50667 – Cologne
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)221-168 268 77
website: www.pilartz.com
mail: info@pilartz.com

18/06/2011

EXPO ‘Eunmi Chun’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 18 Juin-27 Juill. 2011

 Eunmi CHUN

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Like an alchemist the Korean artist Eunmi Chun searches for the philosopher’s stone with her works of intestines and gold-plated hair.
« The skin of the animal is breeding ground for the germinating seeds, from which gold-plated human hair is sprouting. These are images from the cycle of life; images of progress and decay. They deal with the fact that life carries on, incessantly and forever changing.

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Eunmi Chun – brooch Giraffe 2011 – human hair, gold leaf, small intestine of cow, seeds, silver

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Eunmi Chun – brooch Gorilla 2010 – human hair, gold leaf, small intestine of cow, seeds, silver

 

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstraße 10
D-50667 Cologne
Tel +49 (0)221-168 268 77
info@pilartz.com

03/04/2011

EXPO ‘Art to GO’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE)- 2 Avril-21 mai 2011

International contemporary art jewellery created by Michael Becker, Body Politics, Beate Eismann, Isabell Schaupp, Stephanie Jendis and Nora Rochel
With this exhibition we present jewellery artists whose works reveal the strength of art that can be worn as attire.

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Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstrasse 10
50667 – Cologne
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)221-168 268 77
website: www.pilartz.com
mail: info@pilartz.com

11/03/2011

EXPO ‘Beate Eismann: Bracelets in 3D Print’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE)- 5 Fevr-2 Avril 2011

Gallery Pilartz now shows a collection of bracelets from jewellery artist Beate Eismann. In its genesis the computer plays a decisive role.
The pieces were shown for the first time at the Grassi exhibition in 2010 at the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts in Leipzig, where they were awarded the Grassi prize. Four bracelets have been selected for the special exhibition Schmuck 2011 and will be on display at the International Crafts Fair in March 2011 in Munich.
Beate Eismann was born in 1969 in Halle (Germany). She is a graduate of the « Burg Giebichenstein School of Art and Design » in Halle, majoring in jewellery. Next to numerous stipends, teaching appointments and engagements as artist in residence, she also completed an education as CNC specialist. She uses her skills in computerized CNC production, such as lathing, milling or rapid prototyping, to make jewellery that she then works up using conventional goldsmithery techniques.
Many young jewellery artists and designers experiment with computer techniques for their drafts or in order to produce a certain piece. Some of them develop computer programs on their own or cooperate with software designers to lay the groundwork for their jewellery drafts. With these programs they can generate forms, make sketches, work on photographs or alienate these. Furthermore, the computer is used for shaping itself by letting it steer the machines directly that produce a jewellery piece or work on it with laser cutting.
It is exactly these skills that Beate Eismann unites in her series of 15 bracelets, which she first presented to the public at the Grassi exhibition 2010. Since 2007, when she became a CNC specialist, she has been using this technology to design jewellery. The artistic application of industrial construction and production techniques and their combination with traditional manual crafts were at the centre of her interest from the very beginning.
Beate Eismann manufactures models by rapid prototyping, i.e. making 3D prints. She then works on these using goldsmith techniques to make jewellery that in no way hides its basic industrial character. At the same time, it still shows the qualities of manual work and an artistic claim.
(In reference to a text by Wolfgang Lösche, head of section of exhibitions by the Chamber of Crafts Munich and Upper Bavaria and director of the special exhibition « Schmuck » of the international crafts trade fair Munich.)
Beate Eismann puts high-tech to use in the sense of a precise manual crafts methos – let her surprise you!

EXPO 'Beate Eismann: Bracelets in 3D Print' - Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE)- 5 Fevr-2 Avril 2011 dans Allemagne (DE) eismann02
Beate EismannBracelet ‘Pink’ – Synthetic material, blackened fine silver, paint

eismann15 dans Beate EISMANN (DE)
Beate Eismann  - Bracelet ‘Golden Bones’ – Fine silver (hollow mould), gold plated

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Beate Eismann  - Bracelet Reflexion – 3D wireframe construction

 

 

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstrasse 10
50667 – Cologne
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)221-168 268 77
website: www.pilartz.com
mail: info@pilartz.com

11/09/2010

EXPO ‘Mirjam Hiller – The Graphics to her Jewellery’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – Sept. 2010

Mirjam Hiller : The Graphics to her Jewellery

As of now the gallery shows not only jewellery by Mirjam Hiller, but also her graphics that go along with it. These prints show the patterns from which her jewellery arises. They document quite impressively that the artist shapes her jewellery from one piece as foreseen in her “construction plan”.

EXPO 'Mirjam Hiller - The Graphics to her Jewellery' - Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) - Sept. 2010 dans Allemagne (DE) Mirjam_Hiller_16
Mirjam Hiller Drumonia – brooch – stainless steel powdercoating, titanium

Mirjam Hiller on her creative process: “At first there is a thought, a very vivid, three-dimensional thought of a form, a room that I can go into. I explore it and let it enchant me. I would like to grasp and experience it over and over again.
The form is very complex, built of different colours, structures, shapes and scents and depending from where I look, everything changes.
I have to make decisions, reduce it to the essentials and find a way for a logical realization in order to give the construct of my thoughts, which is by no means logical, a place in this world of tangible things. I focus myself on one kind of material, one colour; everything else distracts me and redirects my thoughts. I capture the three-dimensional form that spreads out in front of my inner eye, unfold it to the second dimension, sketch it and cut it out with the awareness that every cut is a final one.”

web_abwicklung_mavalis dans COUP DE COEUR
Mirjam HillerMavalis (1/5), 2010, digital pigment printing, 25x32cm

The cut out drawing lies in front of me,
one flat piece,
my unfolded thought.
I bend and fold it to the third dimension.
I’m excited to see if it really grows the way that I’ve imagined.
I enter the room again,
half in thoughts, half in reality.

web_abwicklung_pyremina dans Exposition/Exhibition
Mirjam HillerPyremina (1/5), 2010, digital pigment printing, 25x32cm

Mirjam_Hiller_13 dans Mirjam HILLER (DE)
Mirjam HillerPhytenia – brooch – stainless steel powdercoating, titanium

The juxtaposition of graphics and jewellery creates an extraordinary tension. Even if seen independently from the jewellery pieces that grow from them, the graphics emanate something autonomous, mysterious and leave a lot of room for the imagination.
Its viewers come up with very different and intuitive associations: Are they motifs of Australian Aborigines? Are they drawings used to classify plants? Medical illustrations? Machinery construction plans? A city in a bird’s eye view?
The graphics, from which her jewellery results, show very nicely how Mirjam Hiller’s thoughts on jewellery “unfold”.

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Mirjam Hiller – brooch - Xynema - 2009, stainless steel, powdercoating

 

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Mirjam HillerWynepha (1/5), 2010, digital pigment printing, 25x32cm

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 Mirjam HillerWynepha (1/5), 2010, digital pigment printing, 25x32cm

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Mirjam Hiller - Catopsia – brooch – stainless steel powdercoating, titanium

 

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstraße 10
D-50667 Cologne
Tel +49 (0)221-168 268 77
info@pilartz.com

 

 

EXPO ‘Volker Atrops – Hello Goodbye’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) – 12 Sept.-23 Oct. 2010

EXPO 'Volker Atrops - Hello Goodbye' - Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (DE) - 12 Sept.-23 Oct. 2010 dans Allemagne (DE) t-volkeratrops-e

« As of now Volker Atrops has occupied himself with jewellery for 25 years. What started with picked to pieces rosaries and fishhooks was imperceptibly transformed by a classic goldsmith and art academy education. Along with sketches, photos and books we show the often very simple jewellery works and are looking forward to your curiosity.
A pleasurable voyage into the surprising world of art of Volker Atrops. »

puppe dans Exposition/Exhibition
Necklace, green and red plastic materials, 1996

“I love jewellery, it’s like the plague.
Since I’ve been 16 I live with this malady, it’s embarrassing. I try to keep away from other invalids and keep on going as if nothing ever happened. A lot of sputum has been emitted in the meantime.” (
Volker Atrops)

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 Volker AtropsAnarchain – silver – 1995 (diameter ~ 40 cm)

 

 

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Gallery Pilartz
Zeughausstrasse 10
D-50667 – Cologne
Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)221-168 268 77
website: www.pilartz.com
mail: info@pilartz.com

 

 

02/07/2010

EXPO ‘Stephanie Jendis & Julie Mollenhauer’ – Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (Germany) – 29 Mai-17 Juill. 2010

Gallery Pilartz are presenting works of art you can wear. They are bold, fancy, ambiguous, poetic, humorous, provocative, austere or baroque and lush. This time two jewellery artists born in Germany are exhibiting their work in Cologne

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« Both artists have been born in Göttingen. It is 10 years ago, that they learned about the similarities of their jewellery. Both have been studying at renowned schools and both got several  scholarships.
Julie Mollenhauer studied at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, where she is living now. She loves to work with antique glass beads in a very simple and classical way. Her bracelets come into existence as they move perfectly with the body. Sometimes her works consist of two sides, such as two contrasting colours or materials.
Stephanie Jendis learned how to make jewellery at the School of Design of Pforzheim University, now she is living in Berlin. In her work she often combines unusual materials (bicycle bell) with gemstones – she is interested in contrasts. Her pieces range from  dark and curious to colourful and splendid.. »

Stephanie Jendis

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Stephanie Jendis - brooch   &  ‘Kreuzberg’ ring in ebony set with zirconia

« I am examining differences, connecting contrasts – naturally grown and artificially manufactured materials. I am combining well-known jewellery forms with unusual materials and non-established techniques, developing hybrid forms. I am using objects from the world around me and naming them anew – rededicating them as jewellery. I am trying to establish
another kind of harmony, a different view on supposedly well known objects.
 » (Stephanie Jendis)

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Stephanie Jendis - ‘New Order’. Brosche, 2008, Markasit, Silber

EXPO 'Stephanie Jendis & Julie Mollenhauer' - Galerie Pilartz, Cologne (Germany) - 29 Mai-17 Juill. 2010 dans Allemagne (DE) 114503114502 dans Exposition/Exhibition

Stephanie Jendis -ring ‘on earth’ – Uvraovit, Onyx reconstructed., Silver, oxid
Stephanie Jendis -brooch ‘castle’ – amethyst, ebony, silver, oxid  

114501 dans Julie MOLLENHAUER (DE)
Stephanie Jendis -ring – ebony, amethyst, gold

« Stones are where my work starts. I use natural stones, as well as crystalline and stone shapes, which I make from other materials like wood or plastic. My work consists of sorting and grouping-I arrange and re-arrange, create regularities, disorder and exceptions. Precious stones always possess a sense of glamour and secrecy. My jewelry is colorful but not brightly colored. Differences in colors and materials produce moods, which I have sought to capture.«   Stephanie Jendis

 

jmol0901 dans Stephanie JENDIS (DE)
Julie Mollenhauer – 2009 bracelet, steel, silver, enamel, azurite

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Julie Mollenhauer - bracelet, aquamarine, laboradorite, sapphire, tourmaline, coral, mother of pearl, iolite, peridot, black diamond, carnelian, turquoise, ruby, gold

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Julie Mollenhauer - beaded cuffs – glass beads, rubies, sapphires and silver

« My work is often fragile and very flexible, especially those with tiny glass beads wich i use often for bracelets. I like the fact that bracelets more than other jewellry move and slip with the body.
The form is mostly simple and “classic” and it leans towards handcraft and things you can buy at the market through its time-consuming work and appearance.
 » ( Julie Mollenhauer )

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Julie Mollenhauer - 2009 bracelet, glass beads, sapphire, pearls, silver, 18ct gold

 

Galerie Pilartz
Zeughausstraße 10
D-50667 Cologne
Tel +49 (0)221-168 268 77
info@pilartz.com

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