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03/12/2016

EXPO ‘JORDI APPARICIO’ – PLATINA, Stockholm (SE) – 3-23 Dec. 2016

JORDI APPARICIO

PLATINA

OPENING SATURDAY 3D OF DECEMBER 14-17

 JORDI APPARICIO  3D - 23D OF DECEMBER, 2016 OPENING SATURDAY 3D OF DECEMBER 14-17(Jordi Aparicio earrings) 

 Jordi Apparicio is based in Barcelona, Spain. He grew up surrounded by watches and jewels with his parents creating and arranging the complicated objects. Fascinated by the small but detailed objects he firstly learned the profession of watchmaking at Cicle Formatiu de Grau Mig de Rellotjería Barcelona (2002-2005) which later ended up in jewellery making and studies at Escola d’art del Treball La industrial (2010). In the exhibition he shows jewellery that require fine discipline and great craftsmanship. The fascinating way of transforming silver through fusion techniques that he use, has in recent years led to well worth awards.

 Jordi Aparicio Necklace: Untitled, 2016 Silver 930/000 with silver powder and oxidated patina with natural laqued Photo by: Jordi Aparicio: Jordi Aparicio Necklace: Untitled, 2016 Silver 930/000 with silver powder and oxidated patina with natural laqued Photo by: Jordi Aparicio

Jordi Apparicio earringsJordi Apparicio – earrings

Jordi Apparicio - neckpieceJordi Apparicio - neckpiece

Jordi Apparicio  ring 2016: Jordi Apparicio  ring 2016

Jordi Apparicio  earrings 2016: Jordi Apparicio  earrings 2016

Jordi Apparicio  Jordi Apparicio  neckpiece

 

PLATINA
Odengatan 68,
11322 -  Stockholm
SWEDEN
+46 8 30 02 80
platina@platina.se

 

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EXPO ‘The Dinner #2’ – PLATINA, Stockholm (SE) – 3-23 Dec. 2016

« The Dinner #2″

by Mia Maljojoki & Annika Pettersson

The Dinner is a project including performance, video and jewellery. The project investigates the act of dining from an artistic viewpoint, with thoughts on food, culture, art and especially in combination with art jewellery.

PLATINA - The Dinner:

Mia Maljojoki is a jewellery artist, born in Finland and now based in Munich, Germany. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, USA (2001) and Master of Fine Arts from Akademie der Bildenden Künst München, Munich, Germany (2010). In the recent years she has worked both with art jewellery and production jewellery.

Mia Maljojoki Necklace: Exactly, 2015 Porcelain Photo by: Mia Maljojoki: Mia Maljojoki Necklace: Exactly, 2015 Porcelain Photo by: Mia Maljojoki

Mia Maljojoki - PLATINA - Mia Maljojoki Necklace

Annika Pettersson is a Swedish born jewellery artist with her base in Stockholm. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Ädellab, Konstfack in Stockholm (2008) and is currently enrolled in a one-year research program at the same University.  Pettersson is involved with various collaboration projects besides her own practice and she is one of the founders of the experimental jewellery group A5.

 Annika Pettersson. Brooch: Cutting edge, 2016. Found object, knife, wire. Photo by: Annika Pettersson.: Annika Pettersson. Brooch: Cutting edge, 2016. Found object, knife, wire. Photo by: Annika Pettersson

Annika Pettersson- PLATINA - "the dinner 2" - dec 2016 - Annika Pettersson

 

 

 

 

PLATINA
Odengatan 68,
11322 -  Stockholm
SWEDEN
+46 8 30 02 80
platina@platina.se



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21/10/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jelizaveta Suska – FROZEN MOMENTS

Jelizaveta Suska FROZEN MOMENTS

« My name is Jelizaveta but everybody calls me Liza.
I am a jewelry artist currently located in Gothenburg, Sweden. I made my bachelors in Art Academy of Latvia where I learned classical techniques and fine art disciplines.
In 2015 I graduated from HDK, Gothenburg with my Master project.
I have also held my education in HAWK, Hildesheim, Germany and Hiko Mizuno College of jewelry, Tokyo, Japan. »

Suska / Collections / Frozen Moment (2015) " Frozen moments "  Jelizaveta Suskaja - Master degree exhibition in HDK, Gothenburg, Sweden: Jelizaveta Suskaja - 2015 « Frozen moments » – Master degree exhibition in HDK, Gothenburg, Sweden

and some awards :
*Herbert Hofmann Prize at special exhibition show Schmuck 2016
*Amberif Award 2016: Amber Prize

WOW ! THAT is a LADY jeweller !

FROZEN MOMENTS began in 2015, the moment when I discovered Jelizaveta SUSKA (yes, should say « Liza » but « Jelizaveta » sounds so musical and « exotic » for me ……..) !

« In this project, I am aiming to create pieces that would express solitude and moments of happiness.
I used, as a starting point, the idea of a silent moment. What is a moment?
For me it is incarnated in a stone, landscapes and blur. I use a polymer material and cover it with crushed marble. Silence is light and transparent like the material I use.
The unique combination of these two components creates the illusion of a solid stone.
I question traditional approaches and instead of valuable jewels I celebrate the idea behind the material.  For the rear of the brooches and other supporting details of the jewellery I use valuable metals like gold, gold plated silver and titanium.
My idea is to show the beauty of a moment in a landscape or stone-like abstract figures crafted in to brooches.
To make this project I crafted more than 200 hundred pieces. I selected 21 and made them into jewelry. »

 Frozen Moment. The Night. 2016. Jelizaveta Suska: Jelizaveta Suska  Frozen Moment. The Night. 2016PLATINA‎ Jelizaveta SuskaJelizaveta Suska – brooch – Frozen Moment. The Night. 2016 – Made out of original material that combines polymer and magma sand. Metal support details are crafted in sterling silver gold plated with 24K gold.

Jelizaveta Suska. Frozen Moment. Polymer material, crumbled marble, gold 14K, titanium. Brooch: Jelizaveta SuskaFrozen Moment. Polymer material, crumbled marble, gold 14K, titanium. Brooch. 2016.
Jelizaveta Suska Brooch: Frozen Moment 1, 2016 Polymer, crushed marble, gold-plated silver, titanium 5 x 4 x 3 cm Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska From series: Frozen Moment:
Jelizaveta SuskaFrozen Moment 1, 2016 Polymer, crushed marble, gold-plated silver, titanium 5 x 4 x 3 cm Photo by: Jelizaveta Suska From series: Frozen Moment

 

« You have probably heard of the fairytale Thumbelina written by Hans Christian Andersen. When I was a child I imagined myself being as tiny as her; the gigantic world seemed to me to be more beautiful and full of tempting adventures. I still think that, sometimes.
It’s striking where our imagination can take us. When I work on my jewelry I aim to be a demiurge, to create my own new world. At times, I craft my works so that if I were to become tiny and drop onto my jewelry, I would see a marvelous landscape. Such associations, are for me a vessel that transfer ideas to the material. »

Jelizaveta Suska interviewed by Klimt02 

 

And make a travel to the  Thumbelina’s world by going to the next solo exhibition of
Jelizaveta Suska at PLATINA :
 EXPO ’2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suska’ – PLATINA, Stockholm (SE) – 27 Oct.-19 Nov. 20162 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suska

« For several years we have seen many great jewellery artists graduating from HDK School of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg and both Linnéa Eriksson and Jelizaveta Suska are among them
Linnéa Eriksson and Jelizaveta Suska’s work are urban and human, they are dealing with time and materiality in different ways and their working processes are updating jewellery traditions. » (PLATINA)

Connect by Linnéa Eriksson & Frozen Moment by Jelizaveta Suska Exhibition  /  27 Oct 2016  -  19 Nov 2016 - 2 solos:

Jelizaveta Suska will present works from «Frozen Moment» and «Frozen Moment the Night» Collections

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19/10/2016

EXPO ’2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suska’ – PLATINA, Stockholm (SE) – 27 Oct.-19 Nov. 2016

2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suska

 

Linnéa Eriksson : « Connect »
Jelizaveta Suska : « Frozen Moment »

Opening of two solo exhibitions Thursday October 27, 17-20

PLATINA‎Opening of 2 solos Linnéa Eriksson & Jelizaveta Suskanecklace by Linnéa Eriksson, brooch by Jelizaveta Suska

We are happy to invite two artists from Gothenburg, Sweden. For several years we have seen many great jewellery artists graduating from HDK School of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg and both Linnéa Eriksson and Jelizaveta Suska are among them. Platina Gallery opened 1999. From the beginning we have invited artists whose work mirrors our time. 17 years later, this summer 2016, we moved next door to a new space. Bigger and better and with same ambition as when we started, to show what we think is interesting right now.

Linnéa Eriksson and Jelizaveta Suska’s work are urban and human, they are dealing with time and materiality in different ways and their working processes are updating jewellery traditions.

Jelizaveta Suska will present works from « Frozen Moment » and « Frozen Moment the Night » Collections Frozen Moment Night edition. 2016. Jelizaveta Suska.: Jelizaveta Suska  Frozen Moment. The Night. 2016PLATINA‎ Jelizaveta SuskaJelizaveta Suska – brooch Frozen Moment Night edition. 2016.

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 – brooch « Frozen Moment 7″, 2016  Polymer, crushed marble, gold-plated silver, amethyst  5 x 4 x 3 cm

 Linnéa Eriksson - Connect:  Linnéa Eriksson - Connect

Linnéa Eriksson - ConnectLinnéa Eriksson – Connect

  

 

PLATINA
Odengatan 68,
10232 Stockholm
+46 8 30 02 80
platina@platina.se

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27/05/2016

EXPO ‘Landscapes of the mind’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 26 Mai-23 Juin 2016

exhibition by Artemis Valsamaki  Landscapes of the mind  PLATINA
Opening Thursday 26th of May 17-19h
We are happy to invite Artemis Valsamaki, a jewellery artists from Athens ,Greece, to her first solo exhibition in Sweden. The title of the exhibition Landscapes of the mind describes people’s search to understand life and crucial mysteries about the soul’s immortality. References to ancient Greek philosophy, combined with a rich variety of symbols in colorful


exhibition by Artemis Valsamaki Landscapes of the mind PLATINA  - Artemis Valsamaki Bracelet: Watch your mouth, 2015 / 2016 Copper, silver, bronze, acrylics 9 x 13 cm Photo by: Paul TomArtemis Valsamaki - Bracelet: Watch your mouth, 2015 / 2016 – Copper, silver, bronze, acrylics
9 x 13 cm – Photo by: Paul Tom

Artemis Valsamaki - Love is a strange fruit: Artemis Valsamaki - Love is a strange fruit

Artemis Valsamaki - Dirty little secrets Copper, silver, acrylic Artemis Valsamaki - Dirty little secrets Copper, silver, acrylic. A reference to the secrets people take with them when they die, accompanied by the feeling of freedom. Secrets so deeply hidden, vansih before the last gasp

03/11/2015

EXPO ‘LISA WALKER ONE WEEK EXHIBITION’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 3-11 Nov. 2015

LISA WALKER
ONE WEEK EXHIBITION
November 3-11, 2015
Welcome to the reception on Tuesday Nov 10, 17-19.

LISA WALKER ONE WEEK EXHIBITION

During Lisa Walkers visit in Sweden, she will give a lecture at Nordiska museet, Nov 11, 18.30
The lecture is organized by Iaspis, Konstnärsnämnden and Nordiska Museet.
She is one of the invited for the seminar About Time, Nov 7 at HDK, Gothenburg

LISA WALKER ONE WEEK EXHIBITIONLisa Walker neckpiece

LISA WALKER ONE WEEK EXHIBITIONLisa Walker  brooch

LISA WALKER  red broochLISA WALKER  red brooch

LISA WALKER lego neckpieceLISA WALKER lego neckpiece

LISA WALKER  neckpiecesLISA WALKER  neckpieces

 
Lisa Walker is an artist/jeweller/designer mostly working in the area of contemporary jewellery.
She exhibits and is involved in projects with museums, galleries, and other venues around the world. She is regularly invited to teach workshops and give lectures.
Her work is a study into the differences between an accepted notion of beauty or stereo-type, and something else – the search for a quality that we hardly ever see, but nevertheless perhaps recognise. Walker says « I don’t want to make pieces that are easily steered through our established channels, I want people to be forced to work on new syllogisms, analogies and positions. » She is continually pushing towards the extreme – a method which enables an expansion in thinking and ways of working.
Walker uses a large range of materials and techniques.
She makes reactionary work, consciously active with influences from all walks of culture and life. The pieces are often laced with references to contemporary jewellery of the last forty years, questioning and researching what jewellery means, what it can be.
Walker largely positions her work around the history, future, and boundaries of jewellery. She makes pieces for the future.
« Everything is food for art ».
After many years spent living in Munich, Germany, Walker is currently based in her city of birth Wellington, New Zealand.
LISA WALKER ONE WEEK EXHIBITIONLISA WALKER - canvas neckpiece
Platina
Odengatan 68,
10232 Stockholm (Sweden)
tel +46 8 30 02 80

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09/09/2015

EXPO ‘MATT LAMBERT – CHIMERA’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 3-26 Sept. 2015

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Matt LAMBERT (US),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:01

MATT LAMBERT – CHIMERA  at  PLATINA

opening on Thursday 3d of September 2015, 17-19h
Matt Lambert is born in Detroit Michigan and was raised between Metro Detroit area and Rondeau Provincial Park, Ontario Canada. The background from urban Detroit and the wilderness in Canada has characterized his artistic practice as well as hybrids, queer and chimeraism in all its meaning.
2014 he graduated from Cranbrook Academy of Art (MFA) in Michigan.
"Matt Lambert Chimera" - sept 2015 Plarina -  http://www.platina.se/Pressrelease/Matt_press.html:
Matt Lambert: Occlusion of Gender Timothy Veske-McMahon, New York 2014
The crafting of queer identity is fundamentally different; it is a process out of sync with the ado-lescent development of the body and mind, retarded by cultural friction. It is in this way that queerness is enticing, in its conscious decision (more truthfully an act of non-decision) to perform.
Matt Lambert’s slippery shifting objects draw heavily from the regalia of contemporary male homo-social spheres. They impart a (re)codified identity precipitated from an atomized cloud of sport, hunting, and military references. Protective gear, trophies, marks of rank, are just a few of the mechanisms we extrapolate from these originating realms, which also cast a shadow-or perhaps contain a back room-where the ostracism of queer identities coalesces and rebounds in fetishized form.
Supple leather is conflated with the precision of laser-cut linkages to create necklaces, or perhaps more rightfully, representations of necklaces. The links themselves are reminiscent of sash chains, a type of chain with a specified purpose, but within the stale amateur workshops of the everyman’s garage, basement, or shed it becomes one of many unspecified panaceas for the maladies threatening the home, and by extension, the male psyche. The forms created with these leather links drink from other waters as well-as amassed strands of beads laden with cultural heft reference status, wealth, and the storage of communal social information. In this capacity they bridge material and functional gender expectations and project their ability to codify the wearer collectively, in Lambert’s objects the socially scripted-game, hunt, and war-are channelled into the grandeur of identity’s performance. Here his work rubs up against and compound notions of the body’s presentation: its decoration, posturing, and placement. It is only natural, then, that the experience of the body-performance-object because subject through photographic documentation and portraiture. New layers are encountered through the act of picturing. Robert Sokolowski1 stated the three main elements of picturing: an object must be taken as a picture, something must be valued in the picture, and there is a person who creates the picture from the object. In this way, the photographs simultaneously complicate and dissolve issues of gender relating to the use of the objects themselves as we speculate on the identity and of the picture-taker and their appreciation for the pictured objects.
We cannot overlook the intervention of the face as prevalent in Lambert’s work. Especially considering the involvement of portraiture with its focus so keenly on face of its subject. These masks convey blurred origins that ambiguously protect the wearer as well as conceal and alter identity. One grouping seems particularly suspect, part protective cage, part animal remnant, and effectively a decorative overlay. The lines creating the masks’ structure complicate our ability to recognize the face. They remain symmetrical and face-like in composition, but they accomplish the feat of clouding our ability to discern facial structure along binaries. This buffering of perception changes our means of recognition and prepares the viewer for plural understandings of the information (identity) presented and to invent for themselves the queer possibilities behind the mask.

Matt Lambert at PLATINAMatt Lambert

Matt Lambert at PLATINAMatt Lambert

Matt Lambert at PLATINAMatt Lambert necklace, medical leather,

Platina
Odengatan 68,
10232 Stockholm (Sweden)
tel +46 8 30 02 80

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08/09/2015

EXPO ‘SOFIA BJÖRKMAN’ – PLATINA at Galeria THOMAS COHN, Sao Paolo (Brasil) – 18 Aout-18 Sept. 2015

SOFIA BJÖRKMAN AT THOMAS COHN GALLERY IN SAO PAULO

SOFIA BJÖRKMAN / PLATINA EXHIBITS AT GALERIA THOMAS COHN SAO PAOLO, BRASIL

AUGUST 18 – SEPTEMBER 18

SOFIA BJÖRKMAN – PLATINA STOCKHOLM
A SELECTION FROM THE GALLERY INCLUDING FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
ADAM GRINOVICH, AUD CHARLOTTE HO SOOK SINDING, HEEJOO KIM, SEULGI KWON, LI LANG, AGNES LARSSON, HELENA LEHTINEN, ÅSA LOCKNER, ANNIKA PETTERSSON, MARGARETH SANDSTRÖM, SANNA SVEDESTEDT

 

Platina at Galeria Thomas Cohn

 Sofia Björkman - ***

Sofia Björkman - necklace - 3D hand-drawings.     Sofia Björkman – necklace – 3D hand-drawings.

Sofia Björkman  - 3D drawing necklace - Photo: Urban JörénSofia Björkman  – 3D drawing necklace – Photo: Urban Jörén

Sofia Björkman  - 3D drawing jewelry - detailSofia Björkman  – 3D drawing jewelry – detail Sofia Bjorkman- drawing in 3DSofia Bjorkman- drawing in 3D  - Fotos Urban Jörén

Sofia Björkman  - 3D drawing broochSofia Björkman  – 3D drawing brooch – Foto Urban Jörén

Sofia Björkman  - 3D drawing brooches worn !Sofia Björkman  – 3D drawing brooches worn !

Sofia Björkman  - 3D drawing brooch - Foto Urban JörénSofia Björkman  – 3D drawing brooch – Foto Urban Jörén

 

 

 

Galeria THOMAS COHN
Rua Joaquim Antunes, 187
Sao Paolo (Brasil)
tel (11) 2528-0409 | 3085-0707
http://www.galeriathomascohn.com.br/

04/03/2015

During SCHMUCK 2015 – EXPO ‘The Grass Is Always Greener Overseas’ – Handwerksmesse, Munich (PLATINA Stand) (DE) - 11-17 Mars 2015

An exhibition curated by Platforma, Bella Neyman and Ruta Reifen in conjunction
with Sofia Björkman, Platina Stockholm
 
DURING SCHMUCK : 11th -17th of March 2015, Handwerksmesse, Munich
PLATINA Stand B1.763 FRAME
THEN , 26th of March – 25th of April 2015, PLATINA – Odengatan 68, Stockholm
The Grass Is Always Greener Overseas
 
10 American artist and 10 Swedish from different generations:
Jamie BennetLola Brooks Robert EbendorfArthur HashMatt LambertTara Locklear Seth PapacSondra ShermanAmy TavernLauren Tickle Tobias Alm — Peter De Wit — Jenny EdlundHanna HedmanCatarina HällzonLi LiangAgnieszka KnapAnnika PetterssonMargareth Sandström — Studio Jungfruhuset Christer Jonsson/Lena Bergestad
Jamie BennettJamie Bennett
Arthur HashArthur Hash
Matt LambertMatt Lambert
Sondra Sherman - Rorschach Corsage: Valeriana_SteelSondra Sherman - Rorschach Corsage: Valeriana_Steel
Tara LocklearTara Locklear
Lauren Tickle Lauren Tickle
Jenny Edlund Jenny Edlund
 Li LiangLi Liang
Catarina HällzonCatarina Hällzon
Annika PetterssonAnnika Pettersson
Hanna HedmanHanna Hedman
Margareth SandströmMargareth Sandström

 

20/12/2014

EXPO ‘… AND THE ARCHITECT IS STILL FACING HIS JARDIN INTÉRIEUR’ – Platina Gallery, STOCKHOLM (SE) – 27 Nov.-23 Dec. 2014

Classé dans : Andrea WAGNER (NL),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:57

ANDREA WAGNER
… AND THE ARCHITECT IS STILL FACING HIS JARDIN INTÉRIEUR

The first time I met Andrea Wagner was about ten years ago in a muddy field in the Netherlands, where we worked with cows as a theme and the mud and manure as the material. Was it already there she began her series « The Architect Who Faced His Jardin Intérieur »? After that meeting, we showed Andrea Wagner’s jewellery which she then described as a passion in working experimentally with materials and giving them her own mark. She considered this vital in order to create the intriguing appearance and surfaces necessary for the tactile materiality to communicate the stories or thoughts behind her work. She started to work with bone china porcelain which consists of ca. 40% cow bone ash.
Andrea Wagner from Amsterdam is now warmly welcomed again, this time to her first solo exhibition at PLATINA. In the exhibition we will see blown up sketches and her ongoing body of work that has been followed up by a whole new group of pieces. This time with the sub-title: « … And the Architect Is Still Facing His Jardin Intérieur ». - Sofia Björkman, PLATINA 2014

Platina Gallery

… And the Architect Is Still Facing His Jardin Intérieur
« Jardin interieur »: French for the private landscape – inner garden – of our mind.
This series is about architectural forms intermeshing with nature.
The idea of blurring the separation point of what is essentially regarded as architecture and what nature also stands in as playful metaphor for facing up to secret dreams – of taking them out of their compartmentalization into separate areas and life´s time frames and weaving them into reality. Step out of seemingly unrisky choices and embrace a dream that at first seems unlikely!
This series begun after far too much house hopping and embodies the exuberant joyfulness of my at last getting my dream home. It ended an obsessive yearning for stability whilst living in instability.
Being a frequent traveller, I am quite familiar with that exciting tension of leaving the familiar stability and safe haven of home to surrendering to the insecurity of what is new whilst discovering new impressions on the way. When returning to the familiar it is with a head full of fresh perceptions that only sharpens my connection to the intimate sheltering space of home and viewing things from a new vantage. This is my connection to an intimate and safe space where all kinds of contradictions can naturally exist side by side and within each other.
Little surprise that so much inspiration for this body of work comes from places I´ve visited or want to go to.
The diversity of materials and forms in this series are like the layered impressions of an extended travel log.
Very recently the work on some new pieces has taken me into beach and other water landscapes. I myself am as little a gardener as I am a beach holiday lover, and the deeper aspect of that very recent work with more translucent glass elements as yet still eludes me…
- Andrea Wagner 2014

 Andrea Wagner - jardin intérieur -  "Adriatic Beach Resort II"Andrea Wagner – jardin intérieur -  « Adriatic Beach Resort II »

Andrea Wagner - jardin intérieur  - "Adriatic Beach Resort"Andrea Wagner – jardin intérieur  – « Adriatic Beach Resort I »

 Andrea Wagner - "Emerald Pool Hangout" Andrea Wagner – « Emerald Pool Hangout »

Andrea Wagner - "Black Sands Now Has A Surf Club"Andrea Wagner - « Black Sands Now Has A Surf Club »

Platina
Odengatan 68,
10232 Stockholm (Sweden)
tel +46 8 30 02 80

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