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02/09/2014

EXPO ‘Platina – 15 years of Jewellery’ – Färgfabriken, Stockholm (SE) – 11-14 Sept. 2014

PLATINA – 15 YEARS OF JEWELLERY ART

PLATINA CELEBRATES ITS 15TH ANNIVERSARY
at FÄRGFABRIKEN – LÖVHOLMSBRINKEN 1, STOCKHOLM
MINGEL PARTY SATURDAY 13TH OF SEPTEMBER 14-16
EXHIBITION WITH 17 JEWELLERY ARTISTS :
A5 (Romina Funtes, Adam Grinovich, Annika Pettersson) — Tobias Alm  – Yasar AydinSofia BjörkmanHilde De DeckerJenny Edlund Iris EichenbergKarl Fritsch Hanna Hedman Aud Charlotte Ho Sook SindingCatarina HällzonAgnieszka KnapKaren PontoppidanMiro Sazdic Lisa Walker.
 
Färgfabriken is an exhibition space and experimental platform for art and architecture as well as social and urban development. They seek to challenge, engage and create new connections and collaborations. Färgfabriken is a site to visit exhibitions, take part of discussions, workshops and attend talks.
Hanna Hedman - Platina 15 years ...Hanna Hedman photo Sanna Lindberg
©Miro Sazdic, photo Staffan Lövstedt©Miro Sazdic, photo Staffan Lövstedt
Aud Charlotte Ho Sook SindingAud Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding
Jenny EdlungJenny Edlund
Lisa WalkerLisa Walker
Tobias AlmTobias Alm
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Färgfabriken

Lövholmsbrinken 1,
117 43 Stockholm
 
Platina
 Odengatan 68

10232 Stockholm
tel +46 8 30 02 80

19/08/2014

EXPO ‘SOLOƧ – NEVER ODD OR EVEN’ Part III – Platina Gallery, STOCKHOLM (SE) – 23 Aout-20 Sept. 2014

MÄRTA MATTSSONTANEL VEENRE
SOLOƧ – NEVER ODD OR EVEN PART III
OPENING SATURDAY 23RD OF AUGUST 14-17h
WELCOME!

  MÄRTA MATTSSON TANEL VEENRE SOLOS - NEVER ODD OR EVEN PART III OPENING SATURDAY 23RD OF AUGUST 14-17 PLATINA ODENGATAN 68, STOCKHOLM EXHIBITION RUNS UNTIL 2OTH OF SEPTEMBER 2014 OPEN TU-FR 11-18, SA 11-15 WELCOME!

 [palindrome] is a word, phrase, number or other sequence of symbols or elements, whose meaning may be interpreted the same way in either forward or reverse direction.
Many believe that symmetrical objects have an inner harmony, and value them for this. In nature, symmetry is approximate. For example, plant leaves, while considered symmetric, rarely match up exactly when folded in half. If there is no such thing as perfect symmetry in nature, can we find perfection in imperfections? What happens when two artists decide to mirror their own work but also reflect and bounce off each other’s visual language? Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson have been working on a set of exhibitions based on palindromes during 2014. In the exhibition, Solos – Never Odd or Even, Part III at Platina they have developed two new series of work, Heartology and Phantoms. Their new pieces has been created under an echo of two minds exploring the contradictory meanings of symmetry in nature and life

 MÄRTA MATTSSON
PHANTOMS

A shadow is relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body. It is an indication that something has been present and it can appear like a ghostlike figure. I am facinated by the human mind and the duality that excist within people. The light side and the dark side and all the grey areas inbetween and within the human mind is what thrives me as an artist. Shadows are like a distorted palindrome of oneself… It is what hides behind the surface.
– Märta Mattsson
MÄRTA MATTSSON - Phantoms1MÄRTA MATTSSON – Phantoms1 – Wood, flower, resin, iron, silver, crushed stone
12 x 7 x 3 cm

Marta Mattsson -  new series 'Palindromes'. 2014 - PhantomsMarta Mattsson -  new series ‘Palindromes’. 2014 – Phantoms

Marta Mattsson -  new series 'Palindromes'. 2014 - Phantoms 2Marta Mattsson -  new series ‘Palindromes’. 2014 – Phantoms 2 – Wood, flower, resin, iron, silver, glass
14 x 7 x 4 cm

TANEL VEENRE
HEARTOLOGY
Heart is an archetype, distilled shape full of meanings and myths. Usually most perfect symmetrical form, ultimate palindrome. I have been driven by hearts for a long time, but for this exhibition I decided to get clear – I have to carve a heart every day to get into kind of mental state where I am led mainly by my intuition. I didn’t want to construct or combine, it should be more like a purifying process. – Tanel Veenre

Tanel Veenre, Brooch, Heartology 1Tanel Veenre, Brooch, Heartology 1 – Jet
Palm-sized

Tanel Veenre, Brooch, Heartology 2Tanel Veenre, Brooch, Heartology 2 – Stabilized wood
Palm-sized

Tanel Veenre, Brooch, Heartology 3Tanel Veenre, Brooch, Heartology 3 - Stabilized wood
Palm-sized

 

 

 

 

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

OPEN TU-FR 11-18, SA 11-15

13/02/2014

EXPO ‘SUGAR’ – Platina, Stockholm (Sweden) – 13 Fevr.- 8 Mars 2014

« SUGAR »

During the year Sofia Björkman and Yasar Aydin are working on a project Eating Art. This time we have invited Natalie Smith and Sarah Hurtigkarl to take a part in the project.
Friday 14th of February is Valentin’s Day and we wonder if Sugar is for the heart?

The project is funded by Konstnärsnämnden and is scheduled to last 2013-2014.
Jewellery Art’s strength, is that it can through human movement, be shown and used in both private and public contexts, intimately as spiritually. Being a performer jewellery artist means to operate in many different situations and it is in the exciting voids we experiment. Through interdisciplinary practice and experimental meals in combination with artistic work, we discuss current issues such as gender, ethnicity, class, ethics and the environment.

with : Natalie SmithSarah Hurtigkarl — Yasar Aydin Sofia Björkman

"SUGAR" Natalie Smith, ringNatalie Smith, ring « Rushing to Paradise », 2010 – Plastic, textiles, sugar -8x 9x 7.5 cm Detail

Natalie Smith, Ring, 2010Natalie Smith - Ring  « Coral D », 2010 – Plastic, textiles, sugar -10.5x 7x 7.3 cm

 

Platina
Odengatan 68
11322 – Stockholm
Sweden
Telephone: +46-8-300280
website: www.platina.se
mail: platina@platina.se

15/11/2013

EXPO ‘CONTEMPORARY SWEDISH ART JEWELLERY’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 15 Nov.-7 Dec. 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 12:35

CONTEMPORARY SWEDISH ART JEWELLERY

AN EXHIBITION IN CONNECTION WITH THE PUBLICATION WITH SAME NAME, WRITTEN BY INGER WÄSTBERG, ARVINIUS + ORFEUS PUBLSIHING

OPENING THURSDAY 14TH OF NOVEMBER 17-19

« Contemporary Swedish art jewellery is a far cry from what is perceived as typically Swedish. Today’s jewellery artists engage with and reflect on problems in society using a material vocabulary that goes far beyond precious metals and gemstones. This book explores how art jewellery has at last taken its rightful place in the world of contemporary art. Inger Wästberg has produced a volume that serves as a reference source for curators, collectors and other artists. Thirty-one Swedish Jewellery artists are represented from the 1990s to today, with an introduction by Inger Wästberg and a foreword by David Revere McFadden. » – text from the backcover of the book

Platina SE(Auli Laitinen)

Artists :  Pia Aleborg — Anna Atterling — Yasar Aydin — Sara Borgegård — Rut-Malin Barklund — Sofia Björkman — Klara Brynge — Ingrid Bärndal — Jenny Edlund — Petronella Eriksson — Hanna Hedman — Catarina Hällzon — Karin Johansson — Agnieszka Knap — Auli Laitinen — Agnes Larsson — Hanna Liljenberg — Åsa Lockner — Märta Mattsson — Lena Olson — Annika Pettersson — Helena Sandström — Petra Schou — Aud Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding — Åsa Skogberg — Sanna Svedestedt — Tore Svensson — Mona Wallström — Hedvig Westermark — Annika Åkerfelt — Mike Årsjö

 Sara BorgegårdSara Borgegård

Sofia BjörkmanSofia Björkman

Rut-Malin BarklundRut-Malin Barklund

Auli LaitinenAuli Laitinen

Petronella ErikssonPetronella Eriksson (foto Christian Habetzeder)

Agnes LarssonAgnes Larsson

Hanna LiljenbergHanna Liljenberg

Marta Mattsson  Märta Mattsson

Mona WallströmMona Wallström

Annika PetterssonAnnika Pettersson

 

 

Platina
Odengatan 68, Stockholm, Sweden,
+46-8-300 280
Open : Tuesday – Friday 11-18, Saturday 11-15

16/10/2013

EXPO ‘Kristiina Laurits : Diarium’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) – 4-26 Oct. 2013

Kristiina Laurits: Diarium

During the year Platina will present different voices around humans daily need for food.
We are happy to invite Kristiina Laurits from Estonia to this project, Eating Art. She will in her first solo-exhibition in Stockholm, with the titel Diarium show work made of materials we daily find in food but are not used to see in combination with jewellery, as bread, salt and vanilla. Strictly translated from Latin, the titel Diarium means just, day food.

KRISTIINA LAURITS(Neckpiece: Hunger III 2012 – Bread, copper, pyrite, onyx, smokey quartz, steel)

« For me, jewellery embodies all of my desires and, always, something else that I never knew before. The key words for my works would be transience, moods and play. The choice of materials offered extensive variety – from gold to salt, from diamonds to bread, from animal liver to iron. I enjoy to play with different materials and techniques. Play is turning reality into images, the play cannot be denied. I have taken on the role of theatre director, who creates a performance on basis of observations picked out from life itself.
A fairy tale.
Symbolisation is inevitably poetic. »

- Kristiina Laurits

About Eating Art :
Eating Art is a project in collaboration between Yasar Aydin and Sofia Björkman. The project is funded by Konstnärsnämnden and is scheduled to last 2013-2014.
Jewellery Art’s strength, is that it can through human movement, be shown and used in both private and public contexts, intimately as spiritually. Being a performer jewellery artist means to operate in many different situations and it is in the exciting voids we experiment. Through interdisciplinary practice and experimental meals in combination with artistic work, we discuss current issues such as gender, ethnicity, class, ethics and the environment.


Kristiina Laurits, Brooch, 2012
Kristiina Laurits – Brooch: Day – to – day I-VIII 2012 – Bread, copper, tourmaline, aquamarine, silver

Kristiina Laurits, Neckpiece, 2011Kristiina Laurits – Neckpiece: Lily-white 2011 – Salt, artificial resin, silver, paint, Japanese lacquer, aquamarine, fluorite, amethyst, cubic zirconia

Kristiina Laurits, Brooch, 2012Kristiina Laurits – Brooch: Day – to – day I-VIII 2012 – Bread, iron, cracked citrine, gold


Platina

Odengatan 68
11322 – Stockholm
Sweden
Telephone: +46-8-300280
website: www.platina.se
mail: platina@platina.se

28/04/2013

EXPO ‘Kajsa Lindberg & Daniela Hedman’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) – 2 Mai-8 Juin 2013

Platina -    Kajsa Lindberg & Daniela Hedman :
Daniela Hedman – Beach
Kajsa Lindberg – Standard graphs
Opening Thursday 2nd of May 17-19  Runs until 8th June

Platina -    kajsa lindberg et daniela hedman -  Daniela Hedman - Beach  Kajsa Lindberg - Standard graphs  Opening Thursday 2nd of May 17-19  Runs until 8th June - Odengatan 68, 10232 Stockholm, Sweden  Odengatan 68, 10232 Stockholm, Sweden - 	http://www.platina.se

 Kajsa Lindberg  photo Johan Söderling - at PlatinaKajsa Lindberg  photo Johan Söderling

Kajsa Lindberg  photo Johan SöderlingKajsa Lindberg  photo Johan Söderling

Daniela Hedman  photo Johan Söderling - at PlatinaDaniela Hedman  brooch, made in red birch wood – photo Johan Söderling

Platina
Odengatan 68
10232 Stockholm, Sweden

http://www.platina.se/

31/03/2013

EXPO ‘NEW PLACES – Abstractions of a City’ – Platina, Stockholm (SE) – 21 Mars-13 Avril 2013

Karin Johansson: NEW PLACES – Abstractions of a City
Klimt02: Karin Johansson: New Places - Abstractions of a City Stockholm Sweden - Platina  (Stockholm, Sweden)  21-Mar-2013 - 13-Apr-2013    website: www.platina.se  mail: platina@platina.se(Karin Johansson Necklace: White Corner 2013 – Gold, oxidized silver, enamel, reconstructed pink coral, acrylic – photo by Johan Hörnestam)

« In the beginning, a variety of many-coloured images of a city: meeting points, streets, people, blue skies, night and day. Staying in a playful mood, capturing the pulse, the movement, or the silence.
Sketching, cutting paper, creating a map of sorts in my studio, micro and macro at once as my perspective. Picking out colours, choosing materials, thinking about my purpose, reflecting on meanings and limitations. Giving each element its shape, assigning it a size and its place, connecting it further to circumscribe in to space.
Having it all transform into a necklace seemed only most obvious to me: no up, no down, playing around the neck, constantly finding new directions. Wearing the object, you become the inhabitant of the new place. «  Karin Johansson

 Karin Johansson  Necklace: Shortcut 2012  Gold, enamel, reconstructed white coral, reconstructed pink coral, reconstructed jade, acrylic  88 cm  photo by Johan HörnestamKarin Johansson Necklace: « Shortcut II » 2012  Gold, enamel, reconstructed white coral, reconstructed pink coral, reconstructed jade, acrylic  88 cm  photo by Johan Hörnestam

Karin Johansson  Necklace: Backyard 2013  Gold, oxidized silver, enamel, reconstructed pink coral, reconstructed onyx, acrylic  photo by Johan HörnestamKarin Johansson  Necklace: Backyard 2013  Gold, oxidized silver, enamel, reconstructed pink coral, reconstructed onyx, acrylic  photo by Johan Hörnestam

Karin Johansson  Necklace: After The Rain 2013  Gold, enamel, reconstructed jade, acrylic  photo by Johan HörnestamKarin Johansson  Necklace: After The Rain 2013  Gold, enamel, reconstructed jade, acrylic  photo by Johan Hörnestam

Karin Johansson  Necklace: Mid Day 2013  Gold, enamel, reconstructed white coral, reconstructed pink coral, acrylic  photo by Johan HörnestamKarin Johansson  Necklace: Mid Day 2013  Gold, enamel, reconstructed white coral, reconstructed pink coral, acrylic  photo by Johan Hörnestam


 


 

Platina
Odengatan 68
11322 – Stockholm
Sweden
Telephone: +46-8-300280
mail: ellen@jewelerswerk.com

06/03/2013

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘This is where they met’ – Platina at Frame, Neue Messe Munchen, Munich (DE) – 6-12 mars 2013

Frame/Galerie Platina, This is where they met.

Messegelände München, Halle B1

09.03. 11-15pm meet the artistas @ Schmuck Bar

Jewellery Sessions 2013 : Beatrice Brovia & Nicolas Cheng –  Sofia Björkman — Helen Carnac — Hilde De Decker, Gemma Draper –  Cristina FilipeSilke FleischerAdam GrinovichDana Hakim –  Hanna Hedman — Hannah Joris –  Agnes LarssonMia MaljojokiMikiko MinewakiJorge ManillaRuudt Peters

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO 'This is where they met' - Platina at Frame, Neue Messe Munchen, Munich (DE) - 6-12 mars 2013 dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) 2cd4940625bdbf702de40ee1db72a4baJewellery Sessions offers an online platform for artists from different disciplines. It aims at starting a dialogue, sharing thoughts, exchanging visions and collaborating freely. Hereby focusing on the synergy between a photograph, a piece of furniture, an installation, a jewellery piece, other artworks, and the way these artforms come together through extended research.
The visual, how you see things, how you approach them, how you view them from various perspectives, is a common denominator in how we work with contemporary jewellery today. In fact, we (from our discipline) are mostly interested in people; in things people create, why they create it, who is interested in it, and how people live with exceptional products of individual makers. Jewellery Sessions sets out to contribute to current debates of the notion of contemporary jewellery today as an artform, and its impact in the discourse of visual art and design. Within this context we present a platform for experimentation, reflection, discussion and display, to become more flexible and interconnected.
For Jewellery Sessions 2013, contemporary jewellery artists /artist groups are invited from Europe, Japan, U.S. , Latin America, … to join. In collaboration with a photographer, with similar artistic visions, these invited jewellery artists work towards a photograph. The image shows a narrative view on jewellery and should represent more than a profile as for example in a catalogue. The project is an artist initiative to investigate in and reflect on « crossover thinking » in applied and visual arts and a research in different forms of presentation or display of contemporary jewellery. 
Curator: Silke Fleischer

foto-31-1024x665 dans Agnes LARSSON (SE)Jorge Manilla

 dans Allemagne (DE)Ruudt Peters

mikiko-minewaki-JSsm-660x1024 dans Beatrice BROVIA (IT)Mikiko Minewaki

Adam_Grinovich_3_-732x1024 dans Cristina FILIPE (PT)Adam Grinovitch

gemma-site-sessions1-1024x1024 dans Dana HAKIM (IL)Gemma Draper

Hanna Hedman - Black Bile - Self portraitHanna Hedman – Black Bile – Self portrait


 

 

Platina at Frame, Neue Messe Munchen
Messegelände Halle B1
81829 – Munich – Germany
website: www.jewellerysessions.com
website: www.platina.se
mail: platina@platina.se
mail: mail@jewellerysessions.com

31/01/2013

EXPO ‘Black Bile – Hanna Hedman’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Suede) – 31 Janv.-16 Mars 2013

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Hanna HEDMAN (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:51

Platina Gallery -  Hanna Hedman  Exhibition – Black Bile Platina 31st of January-16th of March 2013

EXPO 'Black Bile - Hanna Hedman' - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Suede) - 31 Janv.-16 Mars 2013 dans Exposition/Exhibition invitation_Hanna_Hedman“ALL AROUND IS BEAUTY, BUT A LINGERING BLEAKNESS IS PULLING DOWNWARD.” – HANNA HEDMAN

Platina Gallery -  Hanna Hedman  Exhibition - Black Bile, Platina 31st of January-16th of March 2013

Hanna Hedman’s new group of jewellery specially produced for her solo exhibition at gallery Platina merge from aesthetics of loss, personal inner darkness, imitated nature and talismanic objects.

Blossoming sentimental flowers that imitate still life paintings become preserved into metal. Desiccated leaves form a hand that wants to hold on to you or a mask to hide behind. The work represent a frozen moment of decay; a preserved dark beauty that derives from the struggle of good and evil. Light and darkness are contesting one another. The jewellery wants to be beautiful on one hand, but on the other hand haunting and not even jewellery at all.

Materials: Copper, silver, leather and paint.
Photo:
Sanna Lindberg

Hanna Hedman  Exhibition - Black Bile - Platina  Gallery - 31st of January-16th of March 2013 Hanna Hedman Necklace: Black Bile 2013 – Silver, leather, copper, paint – 45 x 12 x 26 cm – Photo: Sanna Lindberg

Hanna Hedman  Exhibition - Black Bile, Platina 31st of January-16th of March 2013 Brooch: Black Bile 2013Silver, leather, copper, steel, paint35 x 7 x 14 cmPhoto: Sanna Lindberg

  Hanna Hedman  Necklace: Black Bile 2013  Silver, leather, copper, steel, paint  65 x 22 x 9.5 cm  Photo: Sanna Lindberg Hanna Hedman  Necklace: Black Bile 2013  Silver, leather, copper, steel, paint  65 x 22 x 9.5 cm  Photo: Sanna Lindberg

 

Platina Gallery
Odengatan 68, Stockholm,
tel  08-300 280
Öppet Tisdag – Fredag 11-18, Lördag 11-15

platina@platina.se

 

20/08/2012

EXPO ‘ASHES AND DIAMONDS’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) – 31 Aout-22 Sept. 2012

ASHES AND DIAMONDS

Contemporary jewellery from Finland

contemporary jewellery exhibition created as part of the World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 program. The exhibition will tour in Finland and other Nordic countries in the fall of 2012 :

*Stockholm, Sweden: Galleria Platina 31.8.2012 – 22.9.2012
*Lahti, Finland: Muotohuoltamo, 3.10.2012 – 24.10.2012
*Lappeenranta, Finland: Pappilan Pihatto, 31.10.2012 – 25.11.2012

This project is done in cooperation with HUMAK University of Applied Sciences, Saimaa University of Applied Sciences, and The Jewellery Art Association, and is curated by Päivi Ruutiainen (AM)

 

Ashes and Diamonds is an exhibition that displays the works of 18 Finnish artists representing different areas of contemporary jewellery art and design.

The exhibition gives a comprehensive overview of the different techniques and materials used in contemporary jewellery design today, as well as offering insight into the meanings a piece of jewellery can carry. Besides the traditional materials of precious stones and metals, modern jewellery design also makes use of gypsum, coal, organic raw materials, recycled materials, and other materials traditionally considered to be plain.

The Ashes and Diamonds exhibition will be accompanied by workshops, pop-up shops and HomeShopping events, where invited guests get to hear the artists themselves talk about their works.

Ashes and Diamonds will run until 16 June at the World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 Studio gallery.

Mia Maljojoki: Explosive Frozen FireworksMia Maljojoki: Explosive Frozen Fireworks
Kaisa Logren: Flaneur / Et le Temps m’engloutit minute par minute, Comme la neige immense un corps pris de roideur (Baudelaire)Kaisa Logren: Flaneur / Et le Temps m’engloutit minute par minute, Comme la neige immense un corps pris de roideur (Baudelaire)
Kati Nulpponen: Petomaista rakkautta Kati Nulpponen: Petomaista rakkautta
Helena Lehtinen: Gardens, 2011Helena Lehtinen: Gardens, 2011
Ashes and Diamonds: Helena Lehtinen, from series Gardens Helena Lehtinen, from series Gardens
Ashes and Diamonds: Tiina Rajakallio, necklace from series UNHOTiina Rajakallio, necklace from series UNHO
Tiina Rajakallio 2010Tiina Rajakallio 2010
Tarja Tuupanen 2010Tarja Tuupanen 2010
Helena Lehtinen 2009Helena Lehtinen 2009
Ashes and Diamonds: Tiina Rajakallio, necklace Tiina Rajakallio, necklace
Ashes and Diamonds: Anna Rikkinen, pendant from series Varjojen huone (Shadow's room) Anna Rikkinen, pendant from series Varjojen huone (Shadow’s room)
Elo Uibokand: Loss, 2011Elo Uibokand: Loss, 2011
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