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EXPO ‘ SENSE – MAPPING’ – Galerie Platina – 1er Juin-18 Aout 2012

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Iris EICHENBERG (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:02

Iris EichenbergSENSE-MAPPING

EXPO ' SENSE - MAPPING' - Galerie Platina - 1er Juin-18 Aout 2012 dans Exposition/Exhibition Iris_invitation

1 June – 18 August 2012
Platina will be closed in July, For opening hours please have a look under info.

« - How is it that a color is able to evoke the sensations of has? And how does weight, not touched, not carried, trigger a strengthening of our muscles? And why would a visible, endless repetition of handling stretch the notion of time, and have a sound to it, and a rhythm still active after the work has ended?
How can remnants of process be froze in the memory of surfaces and bring back a sense of movement?
How can we feel the pulling and stitching in our hands, how does the process of crafting work enable our hands to think, or is it the hand at work which informs our thinking?
The unconscious recognition of tactility, sound, size, smell and temperature of environments is what allows us to differentiate one context from another.
These contexts are filled with the event-ness of material: materials in conversation with each other, striking up conversations.
How do I make sense of my surroundings and how do I sense it?
The intermingling and exchange of senses, conscious and unconscious are the construction elements of what I make of a visual encounter.
The puzzling together, and being puzzled, this process of making sense is what I am interested in.
I avoid the need to make sense of an object instantly, the event should not be linear, but rather gather around, departing and reentering the encounter with the objects.
The embodiments of objects are the sensation I try to find in the uttermost silence – in the presence of work.
The event should be work not consumption.
«   Iris Eichenberg 2012

Iris Eichenberg is since 2006 Head of the Metalsmithing Department, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Michigan, USA
2000-2007 she was Head of the Jewellery Department, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, NL

Iris Eichenberg - 'reflection of it' necklace - silver, nylons, beads, leather, mirrorIris Eichenberg - 'traenenmeer' brooch - 'pink years later' - copper plated silver, beads, nyloniris eichenberg -pink - 1

Iris_Eichenberg1 dans Gal. Platina (SE)Iris_Eichenberg_SenseMapping6 dans Iris EICHENBERG (NL)


Galerie Platina
Odengatan 68, Stockholm
Post adress: Box 6116, S-102 32, Stockholm, Sweden
Telefon: 08- 300 280
Öppet; tisd-fred 11-18 lörd 11-15


EXPO ‘Only Memories’ – Galerie Platina, Stockholm (Sweden) – 19 Avril-16 Mai 2012

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Jorge MANILLA (MEX),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 10:50

Jorge Manilla Only Memories

 « This is not just another story, this work tells the story of our lifes, a story of love and death, of feelings and tempations, Wild moments, intense moments, moments that make us feel that we are alive… » Jorge Manilla

Please don't take away my heart by Jorge Manilla
« Please don’t take away my heart » by Jorge Manilla


Platina welcomes Jorge Manilla from Mexico City to his first exhibition in Sweden.
The exhibition is a great contrast to the light Swedish minimalist idiom. Instead we are invited into an odyssey into the endless void black holes that are simultaneously filled with feelings indescribable in words.

Jorge Manilla’s work challenges us to confront the deepest feelings and fears we usually avoid. It consists a huge production with wild mixtures of touching stories and twisted relationships. The language is special in which experimental solutions are framed by love and religious upbringing.
What we see is the dark side of passion, the hollow interior of a body, torn apart by emotions. The work is dark, twisted and broken forms of cut leather, which is reminiscent of hopeless knots in ones stomach, burning sores or open wounds. The series is a collection of very unusual and unique jewellery pieces with moral and physical anatomy of the human soul. It is a reminder that human strength in the end overcome the sad and wounding moments. It is a reminder that the horrifying, in fact, is insanely beautiful, and sounds of vulnerability are just signs of heroic strength.

Jorge Manilla, the son of a family of Mexican goldsmiths and engravers, studied visual arts at the Academy of San Carlos, in Mexico. He received a highly technical jewellery training at the Academy of Craft and Design from the Mexican Institute of Fine Arts. But it was until he moved to Belgium, years later, where he enrolled at the Karel de Grote Academy in Antwerp, that he was forced to forget about the traditional notion he had to jewellery, to let his technical skills aside and to research about the cultural meaning of jewellery, its conceptual possibilities and to experiment with materials and techniques . – Sofia Björkman 2012



EXPO 'Only Memories' - Galerie Platina, Stockholm (Sweden) - 19 Avril-16 Mai 2012 dans Exposition/Exhibition Jorge_necklace2Jorge_necklace1 dans Gal. Platina (SE)

Jorge_necklace6 dans Jorge MANILLA (MEX)Jorge_necklace4 dans Suede (SE)



Galerie Platina
Odengatan 68, Stockholm
Post adress: Box 6116, S-102 32, Stockholm, Sweden
Telefon: 08- 300 280
Öppet; tisd-fred 11-18 lörd 11-15





EXPO ‘Helena Lindholm’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) – 24 Nov.-23 Dec. 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Helena LINDHOLM (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:09

Helena Lindholm

EXPO 'Helena Lindholm' - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) - 24 Nov.-23 Dec. 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition Helena_Lindholm

This is an exhibition but there is no title.
The words are few but the content great.
There are dreams and there are stories.
There is jewelry with and without precious stones.
There are various materials and much effort put in.
There is value, which you determine yourself.
There are no pre-determined prices. You set the price according to the worth you place upon it.
You can make an offer along with your motivation.
The jewelry can be yours but that is our decision.

Helena Lindholm « Leftovers » Necklace, silver and ribbon
Helena Lindholm  Necklace
Helena Lindholm  « Leftovers » Necklace, silver and ribbon
Helena Lindholm  « Dream » Neckpiece, silver and ribbon
Helena Lindholm  « Dream » Necklace
Helena Lindholm « Leftovers » Necklace


Helena Lindholm graduated from Konstfack/Ädellab MFA 2006 and has participated in several international exhibitions as the Schmuck special show in Munich. She works in own studio in Kungsholmen, Sweden since 2008.

« My Work deals with dreams. What we dream at night and my only remember vaguely in the morning. The dreams we have during the day when the brain loops of and leaves the conscious behind. I collect the feelings from my dreams and give them shape. »



Platina Gallery
Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden
tel +46-8-300 280


EXPO ‘Manon van Kouswijk : Artefacts of life’ – Platina, Stockholm (Sweden) – 20 Oct.-12 Nov. 2011

Manon van Kouswijk : Artefacts of life

Within her work she focus on the value and meaning that everyday objects represent to us. She is interested in actions and rituals in which these objects take part, like finding, buying, collecting,receiving and giving. In the works she visualises aspects of their function, of use and wear, and of associations that are connected with them.
Manon van Kouswijk sees the making process as a way of making things visible rather than designing; she stays quite close to the objects and work with the materials and techniques that the archetypes which she starts from have been made with.
Manon van Kouswijk- ‘Fossil’

What do we modern humans have in common with the first people that inhabited the earth? Well, we wear jewellery; we were already wearing jewellery before we started wearing clothes. The fact that the Neanderthals were making and wearing jewellery proves that they had the capacity for symbolic thinking. Jewellery and weapons are the world’s oldest artifacts. Today’s weapons do not look like the ancient ones, but the appearance of the bead necklace has remained the same. The adornment of the human body is a primal urge that has created a flow of jewellery with endless symbolism. Jewellery is beautiful, it provides protection; it is economic security; shows status; carries memories and more. Jewellery refers to human and spiritual issues. The objects are often small in size but take the greater place in our emotional worlds.
Along with the diamond ring, the pearl necklace is the most popular piece of jewellery. While humans prefer soft and round shapes to square shapes a beaded necklace does not need to be of genuine pearls or round balls. A bead can be made of any rigid material with a hole so it can be threaded on a string. The range of the beaded necklace is enormous, from children’s first pieces of jewellery made of plastic beads to the invaluable pearl necklaces for kings and 20th century movie stars.

Odengatan 68
11322 – Stockholm
Telephone: +46-8-300280


EXPO ‘Tanel Veenre – Paradise regained’ – PLATINA Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 21 Mai-18 Juin 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Suede (SE),Tanel VEENRE (EE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

 Tanel Veenre – Paradise regained
Opening night Saturday 21st May 2011, 16-19

« There are moments when one experiences a feeling of exceptional clarity. Everything instantly seems possible and, for a time, all the threads of doubt weave together to form an invincible rope of conviction, able to carry even the heaviest of burdens. The entire world and every single universe combined can be fastened to that rope.
That is Paradise regained. »

EXPO ‘Tanel Veenre - Paradise regained’ - PLATINA Gallery, Stockholm (SE) - 21 Mai-18 Juin 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition 195746_172735149450431_8379029_n

Platina welcomes Tanel Veenre to his first solo exhibition, Paradise regained, in the gallery. The exhibition has previously been shown in Tallin (Gallery Marz) and in Munich (Historische Baumaterialien).
Tanel Veenre was born into an art and music loving family. His city grandfather played piano in cafes and accordion at home, his other grandfather from Põlva County played the Estonian zither. His father and brother are violinists. But Tanel Veenre didn’t become a musician eventhough the music plays a roll in his works. Instead, he found a path that his mother would have perhaps chosen if life had been different- to create visual art. He decided to enrol in the jewellery programme at the Academy of Arts. These studies led him to Kadri Mälk, who taught him to see the big picture – the biggest picture.
With that in mind Tanel Veenre has developed a very personal style, not like any other. To wear his jewellery is to step into another world in which reality is erased and becomes a dreamy landscape. His collection of jewellery is like a collection of poems. No wonder he got great success worldwide. « Jewellery is crystallized poetry, a precious, compact genre with a finelyhoned vocabulary of patterns. Spare but taut. Art requires to be oneeis own storyteller.
Jewellery is a triumph of the imagination; the world of two people – the artist and the spectator – that has congealed, for an instant, into one.
Tanel Veenre

Tanel Veenre lives and works in Estonia as a freelance jewellery artist. He has also worked as a fashion and advertisement photographer, fashion editor of « Eesti Ekspress », editor-in-chief of cultural magazine « Muusa » and cultural editor of « Eesti Päevaleht ». Tanel Veenre is working since 2005 as a teacher in Estonian Academy of Arts.

Tanel_Veenre dans Gal. Platina (SE)


Heart_cross dans Suede (SE)

Tanel VeenreHeart cross

Ametist dans Tanel VEENRE (EE)Majestic
Tanel VeenreAmetist necklace         —            « Majestic »


Tanel Veenre« LesFleurs du mal »   —        « Arrival »  —            « Winter »


Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden


EXPO ‘CARBO – AGNES LARSSON’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – 14 Avril-14 mai 2011

Classé dans : Agnes LARSSON (SE),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:02


Platina welcomes Agnes Larsson for her first solo exhibition in the gallery. In a short time, she has surprised her audience with unexpected large seductive jewellery made in blackest carbon. With a deft hand Agnes Larsson has succeeded to transform carbon into a cohesive body of work Together with horsehair she creates basic forms as shields along the body. The result is a series of elegant necklaces with dominant expression.

Agnes Larsson’s work often starts in abstract thoughts about great forces that surround us, thoughts which can be difficult to express in words, such as life, death, heaviness and lightness.

EXPO 'CARBO - AGNES LARSSON' - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) - 14 Avril-14 mai 2011 dans Agnes LARSSON (SE) Carbo_Larsson

« With these words in mind I do a selection of material, in this case carbon, a basic material existing in all living things around but which we also consider to be dead, burned and charred.
Very often, I let the material in itself be the guideline. Thoughts in collaboration with my hands make the researching. Deep inside the core material I make the sketch work. Limitless, intuitively and fairly quickly I am looking for expressions that match, respond to and express something related to the theme. Often I use opposites to emphasize different characteristics of the material that I think are important for this work. A second material is added, horsehair, a natural material that has connections to a body and a life.
Agnes Larsson

At first glance, these jewellery pieces seems heavy and impossible to wear but in fact they are light and shaped for the body. Opposites may seem typical of Agnes Larsson’s work, life and death, light and darkness, surface and depth, fragility and strength. And, that’s just the way life is – natural and mysterious.

Agnes Larsson received his Master degree from Konstfack College of Arts 2007. In 2010 she was awarded two major awards for her jewellery :


*AJF Art Jewelry Forum U.S. 2010 AJF Emerging Artist Award Winner



Agnes_Larsson12 dans Exposition/ExhibitionAgnes_Larsson11 dans Gal. Platina (SE)Agnes_Larsson1 dans Suede (SE)





Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden


Wanna swap your ring? – ONE DAY PROJECT – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) – SATURDAY 9 APRIL 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Suede (SE),Ted NOTEN (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

“Wanna swap your ring?” Stockholm
500 Miss Piggy rings presented in the shape of a gun?


Wanna swap your ring? - ONE DAY PROJECT - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (SE) - SATURDAY 9 APRIL 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition Miss_Piggy
Bring a ring with you!
You will for exchange get a Miss Piggy ring and Pink drinks!

There will also be a chance to see some other work of Ted Noten’s

The shape of a gun on the wall, known as an icon of Ted Noten’s work, will gradually change into a jewel jungle as a result of the stories told by the rings that are left behind. Jewellery reflects the soul of a city! Atelier Ted Noten is going to present the same concept in different cities all over the world, like: Tokyo, Paris, Moscow, New York, Sao Paulo.

What does Noten do with the rings you left behind? “I surely find a way to deal with that!”

« Jewellery has incredibly many ways of communicating. It forms a direct link with what means to be human, with what is small, with the psychology of traditions that can be found in all nationalities and periods. »
The conceptual jewellery designer Ted Noten began his career in the early 1990s. His jewellery implicitly reflects on the discipline, using for that purpose the media, materials and techniques that we normally associate with timeless beauty and eternal value, such as gold, pearls and diamonds, but also inexpensive materials such as plastic and ephemeral media such as video and performances. For the presentations of his objects and installations he chooses both traditional jewellery shops and galleries and museums of modern art, as well as the public domain on occasion. Noten has had a profound influence on the discipline, for example by introducing the longing for beauty and ornament in the vanguard again and through his playing with high and low. He combines deadly serious research and critical ideas with an almost childlike humor, absurdity and sense of theatricality. « I find it equally interesting to design something for a museum or for a souvenir shop, for a stinking rich collector or for a whore in Amsterdam. I like to fool people with my work. » Many of his designs are small and tender, others are out to provoke and are very showy. Each one of them tells a story about jewellery, not in the last place because of the great attention that Noten has lavished on details.
There is no shortage of well-known designs. In the course of his career he has given many old piece of jewellery a new raison d’être by incorporating it in transparent acryl, such as the Lyppens Bag (2005). The project Chew your own Brooch (1999) gave people the opportunity to « design » a shape with the gum they were chewing, which Noten then cast in silver and fitted with a clasp. The Global Tactile Pieces II (2006) are impressions of a journey that Noten made with the Siberia Express from Tokyo to Moscow. Tianjin, for example, shows a drill with miniature human figures making love because Noten was struck by the almost sexual energy of the city of Tanjin which, unlike many of Russian cities, does not look back in anger but looks confidently towards future. Noten placed a ring dispenser in the Amsterdam Red Light District with the title Be Nice To A Girl, Buy Her A Ring (2009). Clients of the hookers were invited to buy a ring for the lady of their choice for a mere €2,50.
Ted Noten has received numerous awards for his creations, such as the Francoise van den Bosch Award for his oeuvre in 2008. On the occasion of the presentation of the award in Stedelijk Museum’s-Hertogenbosch he showed highlights from his oeuvre in a carefully orchestered catwalk show. An impression of the oeuvre of that catwalk can be seen in the MOT. Objects that combine to give an impression of the oeuvre of this recalcitrant jewellery designer are placed motionless beneath transparent cylinders. Besides this static presentation of the catwalk, the interactive installation Wanna Swap Rings? – can be seen on the wall.


Visiting address: Odengatan 68, Stockholm
Postal address: Box 6116,
S-102 32, Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: + 46 8 300 280
Open Tu-Fri 11am-6pm Sat 11am-3pm 


SCHMUCK 2011 – Munich (DE) 16-22 mars 2011 – PROGRAMME

Classé dans : Adam GRINOVICH (SE),Adrean BLOOMARD (IT),Agnieszka KNAP (PL),Akiko KURIHARA (JP),Alejandra SOLAR (Mex.),Alessandra PIZZINI (IT),Alexander BLANK (DE),Allemagne (DE),Amy DEATH (UK),Anna EICHLINGER (DE),Anna LANG (DE),Annamaria ZANELLA (IT),Ara KUO (Taiwan),Attai CHEN (IL),Babette BOUCHER (FR),Barbara PAGANIN (IT),Beate EISMANN (DE),Beate KLOCKMANN (DE),Beatrice BROVIA (IT),Benjamin LIGNEL (FR),Beppe KESSLER (NL),Burcu BUYUKUNAL (TR),Carolina GIMENO (Chili),Caroline BROADHEAD (UK),Christiana JOCKEL (DE),Christine GRAF (DE),Chuchart SARUNNAYAWATSIN (Thai.),Claudia LASSNER (DE),Dana SEACHUGA (IL),Daniel KRUGER (DE),David BIELANDER (CH/DE),Despo SOPHOCLEOUS (CA),Doerthe FUCHS (DE),Edgar MOSA (PT),Eija MUSTONEN (FI),Elena RUEBEL (DE),Elisabetta DUPRE (IT),Emmanuel MANOLO,Estela Saez VILANOVA (ES),Eunmi CHUN (KR),EVENEMENT / Type of EVENT,Ewelina BOCIAN (PL),Exposition/Exhibition,Fabrizio TRIDENTI (IT),Fiona HERMSE (UK),Flora VAGI (HU),Florian BUDDEBERG (DE),Gal. Handwerk (DE),Gal. Marzee (NL),Gal. Platina (SE),Gal. RA (NL),Gemma DRAPER (ES),Georg DOBLER (DE),Geri NISHI (CA),Graziano VISINTIN (IT),Hanna HEDMAN (SE),Hanna LILJENBERG (SE),Helen BRITTON (AU),Henriette SCHUSTER (DE),Ike JUNGER (DE),Iris NIEUWENBURG (NL),Jasmin WINTER (DE),Jiri SIBOR (CS),Jiro KAMATA (JP),Joanne GRIMONPREZ (FR),John IVERSEN (US),Jorge CASTANON (RA),Jorge MANILLA (MEX),Julia Maria KUNNAP (EE),Karin JOHANSSON (SE),Karin Roy ANDERSSON (SE),Karl FRITSCH (DE),Katharina KATAROS (DE),Katharina MOCH (DE),Katherine RICHMOND (UK),Kathryn PARTINGTON (UK),Kazumi NAGANO (JP),Kiko GIANOCCA (CH),Kimiaki KAGEYAMA (JP),Kirsten HAYDON (NZ),Laura DEAKIN (AU),Leila ARZAGHI (IRAN),Life is a BENCH (UK),Lisa BJORKE (SE),Lisa JUEN (CN),Lisa WALKER (DE/NZ),Lucy SARNEEL (NL),Malaika NAJEM (Liban),Malin LOVGREN (SE),Manfred BISCHOFF (DE),Manon van KOUSWIJK (NL),Margit HART (AT),Margit JASCHKE (DE),Margot SEVADJIAN (FR),Mari ISHIKAWA (JP),Maria Rosa FRANZIN (IT),Marta MATTSSON (SE),Martin PAPCUN (CS),Maurizio STAGNI (IT),Melanie ISVERDING (DE),Mia MALJOJOKI (FI),Mikaela LYONS (UK),Mirei TAKEUCHI (JP),Mirjam HILLER (DE),Natalie SMITH (UK),Nicolas CHENG (SE),Nicole BECK (DE),Noemie DOGE (CH),Noon PASSAMA (Thai.),Norman WEBER (DE),Paolo SCURA (IT),Patrick McMILLAN (US),Pavel OPOCENSKY (CS),Peter BAUHUIS (DE),Peter CHANG (UK),Peter SKUBIC (YU),Petr DVORAK (CS),Petra BISHAI (UK),Rachel TERRY (UK),Ramon PUIG CUYAS (ES),Reiko ISHIYAMA (JP),Renate SCHMID (DE),Rinaldo ALVAREZ (ES),Rita MARCANGELO (IT),Robert BAINES (AU),Romina FUENTES (RA),Ruudt PETERS (NL),Salon,Sanna SVEDESTEDT (SE),Saskia DETERING (DE),SCHMUCK / MJW (DE),Seth PAPAC (US),Shadi VOSSOUGH (UK),Shari PIERCE (US),Shunichiro NAKASHIMA (JP),Silke FLEISCHER (BE),Silke SPITZER (DE),Sofie BOONS (BE),Sophie HANAGARTH (CH),Stefan HEUSER (DE),Stefano MARCHETTI (IT),Sungho CHO (KR),Susanne ELSTNER (DE),Suzanne BEAUTYMAN (US),Tamsin LEIGHTON-BOYCE (UK),Ted NOTEN (NL),Thomas GENTILLE (US),Tobias ALM (SE),Toni MAYNER (UK),Tore SVENSSON (SE),Trinidad CONTRERAS (ES),Vera SIEMUND (NL),VIDEO,Volker ATROPS (DE),Willy Van De VELDE (BE),www Klimt02,Yi LIU (CN) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:17

Please find enclosed the program of the Schmuck 2011 during the International Trade Fair in Munich.

This special exhibition is the eldest exhibition of contemporary jewellery work in the world. It takes place since 1959 every year during the International Trade Fair in March. Except the transport cost until Munich the participation in the special show is free of charge for you. Three contributions of Schmuck 2011 will be awarded with the Herbert Hofmann Prize. The prize commemorates Dr. Her-bert Hofmann, the founder of the special show in 1959. In addition the jury of the Bavarian States Prize will look at the works in the special show. The Bavarian States Prize is awarded to 10 contri-bution of applied art within all contribution of the International Trade Fair. This prize is awarded with 5.000 €


>> download fair plan

The selection of the 62 exhibits to feature in the special show SCHMUCK 2011 was made by Dr Rüdiger Joppien (Head of the Department of Art Nouveau and Modernism at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg), a recognised expert in the applied arts. In total over 650 designers had submitted applications to be granted a space to exhibit within SCHMUCK 2011. Featured in the exhibition are the works of a number of designers of international renown – names like Kimiaki Kageyama (Japan), Ted Noten (Netherlands), Lisa Walker (New Zealand), Ike Jünger (Germany) and Peter Bauhuis (Germany). For the first time this year the exhibition will also include work from China, Mexico and Turkey.


Selected artists:
Rinaldo Alvarez (ES) – Robert Baines (AU) – Peter Bauhuis (DE) – Suzanne Beautyman (USA) – Romeu Bettencourt (PT) – David Bielander (CH) – Ewelina Bocian (PL) -  Helen Britton (AU) – Burcu Büyükünal (TR) – Jorge Castañón (Arg.) – Attai Chen (IL) – Eun Mi Chun (Korea) – Trinidad Contreras (ES) – Laura Deakin (AU) – Saskia Detering (DE) – Beate Eismann (DE) – Christiane Förster (DE) – Thomas Gentille (USA) – Sophie Hanagarth (CH) – Kirsten Haydon (NL) – Mirjam Hiller (DE) – Hsuan-Ying Ho (Taiwan) – Mari Ishikawa (JP) – Reiko Ishiyama (JP) – John Iversen (USA) – Margit Jäschke (DE) -  Karin Johansson (SE) -  Ike Jünger (DE) – Kimiaki Kageyama (JP) – Jiro Kamata (JP) -  Beppe Kessler (NL) – Beate Klockmann (DE) – Markéta Kratochvílová (CS) – Daniel Kruger (ZA) – Julia Maria Künnap (EE) – Guanlan Liang (CN) – Yi Liu (CN) – Bety Majernikova (SK) – Mia Maljojoki(FI) – Stefano Marchetti (IT) – Märta Mattsson (SE) – Lital Mendel (IL) – Eija Mustonen (FI) – Kazumi Nagano (JP) – Shunichiro Nakashima (JP) – Yu Natsume (JP) – Iris Nieuwenburg (NL) – Geraldine Nishi (CA) - Ted Noten (NL) – Barbara Paganin (IT) – Shari Pierce (USA) – Alessandra Pizzini (DE) – Henriette Schuster (DE) – Vera Siemund (DE) – Natalie Smith (GB) – Alejandra Solar (Mex.) – Mirei Takeuchi (JP) – Jennifer Trask (US) – Graziano Visintin (IT) – Lisa Walker (NL) – Jasmin Winter (DE) – Annamaria Zannella (IT) -

SCHMUCK 2011 - Munich (DE) 16-22 mars 2011 - PROGRAMME dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) 249855_wvVluvz6ol0uk0a1Vn4Z_6AUn
Ewelina Bocian« emergency pin » – brass & silver etching, medicine – jewellery envelope for a pill

dishonest-pearls-2007-main dans Adrean BLOOMARD (IT)
Laura Deakin – pearl series

ishiyama04 dans Agnieszka KNAP (PL)
Reiko Ishiyama necklace

All images from Anti-War Medals: at Velvet da Vinci Gallery,
Alejandra Solar Anti-War Medal

Klassiker der Moderne 2011 : Manfred Bischoff
In 2011, as in every year, there will be a retrospective of the works of one of the ‘classics of the Modern’. SCHMUCK 2011 will present the key works of Manfred Bischoff, a German goldsmith living in Italy who is regarded around the world as one of today´s leading contemporary jewellery designers. At the Internationale Handwerksmesse one of the many prizes he has received is the Bavarian State Prize (2005), an award which enjoys the very highest regard in the field of arts and crafts.

Manfred Bischoff

SCHMUCK the special show culminates in the presentation of the Herbert Hofmann Prize on 19 March 2011. In addition SCHMUCK 2011 is accompanied by a whole host of other events taking place in galleries, museums and arts institutes in Munich.


After the Internationale Handwerksmesse SCHMUCK goes on tour, this time, for the first time, also to France.
The French town which was given this honour is Cagnes-sur-Mer (Espace Solidor) in Provence. In recent years this small town has developed a reputation as a meeting place for statement jewellery designers. SCHMUCK first started to travel around the world in 2006, and has been seen in Australia (RMIT Gallery, Melbourne), Great Britain (Birmingham City University), Poland (National Art Gallery, Lódz), Italy (Oratorio di San Rocco, Padua) and the US (Museum of Arts and Design, New York).



Schmuck 2011 day by day:

16 -> 22 /3/2011
Neue Messe München I Halle A1 ›Handwerk & Design‹ 9.30-18 Uhr
Sonderschauen der 63. Internationalen Handwerksmesse München. Schmuck 2011, Exempla 2011-Werkstätten der Zukunft mit Karl Fritsch, David Huycke; Talente 2011; Meister der Moderne 2011 mit Johanna Dahm, Georg Dobler; ›Frame‹ Präsentation internationaler Galerien: Galerie Marzee, Galerie Platina, Galerie Ra.

Galerie Handwerk, Max-Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München,, 
Galerie der Preisträger
, Bayerische Staatspreise 2005-2010, 11.3.-21.4.
Vernissage am 10.3. um 18 Uhr, Di, Mi, Fr 10-18 Uhr, Do 10-20 Uhr, Sa 10-13
Uhr, So 20.3. Sonderöffnung 10-14 Uhr, Tel. 089-595584

Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich,
Barerstr. 40, Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München.

robert+baines+1 dans Akiko KURIHARA (JP)
Robert Baines ‘Courtly Love

Radikal. Peter Skubic. Schmuck und Schatzjäger. Klasse Eva Eisler,
Prag 19.3.-15.5. Vernissage am 18.3. um 19 Uhr, Di-So 10-18 Uhr, Do 10-20 Uhr, Tel. 089-2727250 und 089-23805360,

Skubic_Brosche-1984_s dans Alejandra SOLAR (Mex.)
Peter Skubic – Brosche-1984

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

ALL ABOUT ME So 20.3. 11 Uhr Lecture in English Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins (siehe So 20.3.)

Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Pacellistraße 6-8, 80333 München
NOW-Jewels by Norman Weber, 25.2.-9.4, Vernissage am 24.2. um 18.30 Uhr,

620971966c dans Alessandra PIZZINI (IT)

Porträt im Laden The JAMES Days, Christine Graf, Lisa Juen, Toni Mayner, Patrick McMillan, Kathryn Partington,
25.2.-9.4. Mo-Sa 10-18 Uhr, So 20.3. Sonderöffnung 11-17 Uhr, www.kunsthandwerk-, Tel. 089-2901470

patrick-mcmillan_brosche2011_kl dans Alexander BLANK (DE)lisa-juen_kette2011_kl dans Allemagne (DE)
Patrick McMillan -brosche 2011 — Lisa Juen kette 2011

Freitag, 11.3.2011 / 11 Mars

19-22 Uhr Agraphobia, Shari Pierce,
324 Raum für Kunst, Gabelsbergerstr. 65,
80333 München, Tel. 0049-15771733324,,
12.-26.3., 16.-22.3. 12-18 Uhr

Pierce_2 dans Amy DEATH (UK)
Shari Pierce Necklace: 34 Sexual Offenders and 2 Sexual Predators 2010 – photo prints from transparencies, silk

Sonntag, 13.3.2011 / 13 Mars

11 Uhr SCHÖNES SAMMELN – Der Verein Neuer Schmuck e.V. präsentiert 6 private Schmucksammlungen seiner Münchner Mitglieder. MaximiliansForum, Fußgängerunterführung,
Maximilianstr./Altstadtring, 80539 München, 14 Uhr
München Schmückt sich. Film, 13.-20.3. 11-18 Uhr

04 dans Anna EICHLINGER (DE)
Annamaria Zanella Ring

01 dans Anna LANG (DE)
Peter Chang

Dienstag, 15.3.2011 / 15 Mars

16 Uhr Peter Bauhuis, der Goldschmied, Film ›Schmuck und Exzess‹ und Vortrag, Pravu Mazumdar, MaximiliansForum, Fußgängerunterführung, Maximilianstr./
Altstadtring, 80539 München


Mittwoch, 16.3.2011 / 16 Mars

Der Galliumhort von Obertraun – präsentiert von Peter Bauhuis,
Institut für Neuere Archäologie
, Archäologische Staatssammlung, Lerchenfeldstraße 2,
80538 München, Tel. 089-2112402, 16.3.-8.5. Di-So 9.30-17 Uhr,

18 Uhr hautnah, Eunmi Chun, Akiko Kurihara,
Micheko Galerie
, Theresienstr. 18,
80333 München, 17.-20.3. 11-19 Uhr, Tel. 089-38169388[Akiko+Kurihara.png]
Eunmi Chun      —        Akiko Kurihara

18 Uhr Birgit Hagmann,
Galerie Artefakt, Hans-Sachs-Str.13, 80469 München,
Tel. 089-2603108, 16.3.-16.4. Mo-Fr 11-19 Uhr, Sa 11-15 Uhr
Birgit Hagmann brooches

19 Uhr Tschechischer Schmuck in Europa: Petr Dvorák (Wien), Pavel Opocensky (Prag), Martin Papcún (München), Jiri Sibor (Brünn),
Tschechisches Zentrum, Prinzregentenstr. 7,
80538 München, Tel. 089-21024932, 16.3.- 8.4. Do-Fr 10-20 Uhr, Sa 19.3. 10-14
Uhr, ab 20.3. Mo-Do 10-17, Fr 10-16 Uhr

Pavel Opocensky brooch

sibor_broz_nerez_sklo_2008 dans Annamaria ZANELLA (IT)
Jiri Sibor brooch

Donnerstag, 17.3.2011 / 17 Mars

10 Uhr Life´s a bench II, Fiona Hermse, Tamsin Leighton-Boyce, Mykaela Lyons, Katharina Moch, Katherine Richmond, Elena Ruebel, Chuchart Sarunnayawatsin, Shadi Vossough, Nicola Turnbull,
(The exhibition ‘Life’s a Bench!‘ showcases the students graduating from the School of Jewellery’s MA programme, Birmingham City University)
Studio K162 Renate Scholz, Klugstr.
162, 80637 München, Tel. 089-1577231, 17.-19.3. Fr-Sa 12-18 Uhr, So 12-14 Uhr

final+Kopie dans Ara KUO (Taiwan)

11 Uhr Finger- und Handkostüme (« costumes de doigts et de mains »), Susanne Elstner, Andrea Hiebl, Christiane Oexl, Daniela Osterrieder, Renate Schmid, Renate Scholz, Gottlinde Singer, Monika Vesely, Christine Vitzthum, Hanni Weber, Christina Weck. GÄSTE (invités): Hinrichs, Kraus,
galerieGEDOKmuc, Elisabethstr. 13 RG, 80796 München, Tel. 0171-1762705,
17.-22.3. 11-20 Uhr, 23.3.-25.3. 15-19 Uhr

Rita de Muynck
« costumes de doigts et de mains »

Susanne Elstner | Ring „Cindy“ (aus der Serie Secrets from the Bottom of the Sea) | Silber, Rotgold und Fell
Susanne Elstner - Ring ‘Cindy’ (aus der Serie Secrets from the Bottom of the Sea) – Silber, Rotgold und Fell

12 Uhr Look, curated by Ruudt Peters presented by Caroline van Hoek, Contemporary Art Jewelry,
Tel. 0032-475753102. Galerie Sonja Junkers,
Amalienstraße 45, 80799 München, 17.-19.3. 10-19 Uhr
Various artists, curated by Ruudt Peters :  Tobias Alm, Sara Borgegard, Beatrice Brovia, Nicolas Cheng, Noemie Doge, Diana Dudek, Romina Fuentes, Carolina Gimeno, Adam Grinovich, Hanna Hedman, Hannah Joris, Ara Kuo, Edgar Mosa, Malaika Najem, Seth Papac, Annika Pettersson, Estela Saez, Dana Seachuga, Nelli Tanner

cvanhoek_CVHfritzmunchen170311newsletter dans Attai CHEN (IL)

13 Uhr Mari Ishikawa, Mia Maljojoki, Steinau-Steinrück, Flora Vagi, im Auto van de Velde
Frauenstr. 36, Tel. 0179-2047433,, 17.-20.3. 13-16 Uhr
Flora Vagi wood jewelry ‘azur-seanemone’ brooch

13 Uhr Dreispaltigkeit-Einblicke, Verein experimenteller Transformationsforschung: Muriel Lang, Katharina Kataros, Emmanuel Manolo, kuratiert von Kuschmann,
Galerie IM RAUM,
Herzog-Rudolph-Str. 9, 80539 München, Do 13-18 Uhr,
Fr 11-17 Uhr, Sa 11-15 Uhr, So 12-17 Uhr

veextra-katharina-kataros-bonbon-02 dans Babette BOUCHER (FR)
Katharina Kataros ‘bonbon’ kette

14 Uhr Henriette Schuster,
Geschäft Rothmundstraße 6 (Nähe Sendlinger Tor),
80337 München, Tel. 0174-3263647,, 17.-20.3. Do,
Fr 14-18 Uhr, So 12-18 Uhr

Henriette dans Barbara PAGANIN (IT)henri07 dans Beate EISMANN (DE)

henriette dans Beate KLOCKMANN (DE)
Henriette Schuster – inside-outside brooch

16 Uhr Discursive Picnic – ein Austausch zwischen Passanten, Kunstinteressierten und Künstlern. Ein Ereignis, bei dem jeder Gast und Gastgeber zugleich ist. oder MaximiliansForum, Fußgängerunterführung,
Maximilianstr./Altstadtring, 80539 München

17 Uhr Normal ist der Tod, Bernhard Lehner,
Schlegelschmuck München,
Nordendstrasse 7a/Eingang Ecke Adalbertstr., 80799 München, www.schlegelschmuck.
de, Tel. 089-2710071, Fr, Sa 11-19 Uhr, So 11-15 Uhr

19b1031d88 dans Beatrice BROVIA (IT)
Bernhard Lehner

17-19 Uhr WITTENBRINK ZEIGT SCHMUCK Tobias Alm, Kiko Gianocca, Noon Passama, David Phillips.
WITTENBRINK FUENF HOEFE, Theatinerstraße 14,
80333 München, Tel. 089-25541933, 17.-24.3. 10-19 Uhr, So 20.3. 14-17 Uhr

Tobias Alm - Summer series 2009

302 dans Benjamin LIGNEL (FR)
Kiko Gianocca

17-21 Uhr A Pieceful Swedish Smögåsbord, Nina Mårtensson, Hanna Liljenberg, Malin Lövgren, Pernilla Persson, Maria Ylander, Marta Mattson, Lisa Björke, Linda Marie Karlsson, Sanna Svedestedt, Karin Roy Andersson,
Schwedische Kirche, Schwanthalerstraße 60, 80336 München, 17.-20.3. Fr 13-21 Uhr,
Sa 12-19 Uhr, So 12-17 Uhr, Finissage 15-17 Uhr

24143 dans Beppe KESSLER (NL)

17-21 Uhr I am sorry, there’s no title, Jorge Manilla, Peter Vermandere, Silke Fleischer, Willy van De Velde,
Schraudolphstr.16, 80799 München, 17.-20.3. 11-18

Jorge Manilla
Jorge Manilla

17-22 Uhr Ulrike Kraus, Alessandra Pizzini und MunSun Schumacher,
schmuckgalerie tal20, Tal 20, 80331 München,,
Tel. 089- 24231491, 17.-21.3. Di-Fr 11-19 Uhr, Sa 10-16 Uhr

einladungskarte dans Burcu BUYUKUNAL (TR)

17 Uhr 3stations., 18.-20.3. Fr 10-18; Sa und So 10-14 Uhr
Jewels for the Ladies. Bead necklaces designed for Anita Evenepoel and Marjan Unger, Students from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Galerie Elsa Barenyi, Welserstr.1, 81373 München, Tel. 0032-485434390.

bijvoegen_portfolio7_jpg_scale.jpg.scaled.500 dans Carolina GIMENO (Chili)
Sofie Boons necklace

Holy. Gisbert Stach, Rose Stach & special guests. Schmuck, Fotos, Videoarbeiten. Fotostudio Adrian Greiter, Welserstr. 11, 81373 München, Tel. 0174-8050333.
Schmuck Wander. Made by Many. A project by Bety Majernikova and Maria Nepsinska,
Clubraum, Welserstr. 29a, 81373 München, Tel. 0042-1902615785

17 Uhr NieOhneSeifeWaschen, Kathleen Hennemann, Christiane Köhne, Claudia Lassner, Christina Pauls,
Blutenburgstraße 79, 80634 München,, 17.-20.3.
Fr, Sa 11-19 Uhr, So 11-17 Uhr

 dans Caroline BROADHEAD (UK)

18-20.30 Uhr BFG-Bund für Gestaltung (Volker Atrops, Grießmayr, Michalski),
Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich, Zieblandstr. 2, 80799 München, Tel. 089-52059553,
17.-26.3. Mo-Sa 11-18 Uhr, So 15-18 Uhr

18.30 Uhr A Theatre of Appearances – Die Bühne des Augenscheins, David Bielander, Schmuck, Michelle Taylor, Fotografie,
Galerie Biro, Zieblandstr. 19, 80799
München,, Tel. 089-2730686, 17.3.-16.4. Di-Sa 14-18 Uhr

18.30 Uhr SOME KIND OF HEAVEN – WILL RAMBO BE THERE? Nicole Beck, Melanie Isverding, Despo Sophocleous,
Projektraum J. Baumeister, Georgenstr. 66,
80799 München, 18.-20.3. Fr 12-18 Uhr, Sa 12-16 Uhr, So 12-18 Uhr

right bloc
Despo Sophocleous

19-21 Uhr RUUDT PETERS – ANIMA 17/3 -> 23/4.
und im Fenster UNDER THAT CLOUD 17->22/3.
(An exhibition of jewellery inspired by 18 artists being stranded in Mexico City under the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud – Artist list: Agnieszka Knap, Andrea Wagner, Benjamin Lignel, Caroline Broadhead, Cristina Filipe, Gemma Draper, Janina Stübler, Jiro Kamata, Jorge Manilla, Jürgen Eickhoff, Karin Seufert, Lucy Sarneel, Manon van Kouswijk, Nanna Melland, Nedda El-Asmar, Ramon Puig Cuyàs, Sarah O’Hana, Tore Svensson.)
Galerie Spektrum, Theresienstr. 46, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-284590,, Di-Fr 13-19 Uhr, Sa 11-14 Uhr,
Sonderöffnung am 20.3. 13-18 Uhr

187783_133073286766062_611866_n dans Christiana JOCKEL (DE)
Benjamin Lignel- piece 2011

19 Uhr GARDENS, Helena Lehtinen,
84 GHz Kultur im Keller, Georgenstraße 84,
80799 München, Tel. 089-30637911., 17.-20.3. Fr-So 12-20 Uhr

24232 dans Christine GRAF (DE)

20-22 Uhr Martin Papcun, Sungho Cho,
Akademie Galerie, U-Bahn Universität, Ludwig-Maximilian-
Universität, Akademiestraße, 80539 München, 17.-25.3. 15-20 Uhr

pap_cho_DL_press-1024x997 dans Chuchart SARUNNAYAWATSIN (Thai.)
Sungho Cho

Freitag, 18.3.2011 / 18 Mars

10.30 Uhr Helen Britton, ›Jewellery Life‹ Catalogue launch, introduction by Helen Drutt-English,
Galerie Handwerk, Max-Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-595584

24101 dans Claudia LASSNER (DE)

12 Uhr was zählt – what counts, Leila Arzaghi, Christiana Jöckel, Anna Lang, Geri Nishi,
Studio Gabi Green, Gollierstr. 17, 80339 München, Tel. 089-54030254. 18.-21.3. Fr 12-18 Uhr,
Sa-Mo 10-18 Uhr

whatcounts dans Dana SEACHUGA (IL)

joeckel dans Daniel KRUGER (DE)
Christiana Jöckel 


12 Uhr Curgäste und Fremde, Erol Gurian, Fotografie, Florian Buddeberg, Anna Eichlinger,
Schmuck, Bergmannstr. 28, 80339 München, Tel. 0173-5926015,
18.-20.3. Fr 14-18 Uhr, Sa, So 10-18 Uhr

BODY dans David BIELANDER (CH/DE)Highslide JS
Anna Eichlinger              —              
Florian Buddeberg

15-20 Uhr die kunst.wirt.schaft Graz auf ›schmucktour‹,
Route Maxvorstadt, Tel. 0043-6644631253 oder 0043-69912120590,

16 Uhr Claudia Milic, Claudia Stebler, Silke Spitzer,
Almstadt Schmuck, Reichenbachstrasse 25,
80469 München, Tel. 089-12555761, 18.-20.3. 11-19 Uhr

EinladungAlmstadt dans Despo SOPHOCLEOUS (CA)

16-18 Uhr meet the artists The JAMES Days, Graf, Juen, Mayner, McMillan, Partington,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Pacellistraße 6-8,
80333 München, Tel. 089 290147-0

16 Uhr Aperitivo FIVE OF A KIND, Positionen anwendbarer Kunst („five of a kind, Positions in Usable Art“). Margit Hart, Stefan Heuser, Fritz Maierhofer, Kathryn Partington, Wolfgang Rahs,
Manuela Schlossinger mit Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts, Brescia, Galerie Jordanow, Fürstenstraße 11, 80333 München,,, Tel. 089-28779776, 18.-21.3. 10-19 Uhr

Einladung_GRAZ_30.11.2010_Seite_1 dans Doerthe FUCHS (DE)

17.30 Uhr Aperitivo LADIES BOXES, Elisabeth Altenburg, Helen Britton, Christiane Förster, Joanne Grimonprez, Therese Hilbert, Despo Sophocleous,
Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts, Brescia, Kunstbüro reillplast,, Amalienstr. 21, 80333 München, Tel. 089-38903538, 18.-20.3. 10-19 Uhr

Joanne Grimonprez
Joanne Grimonprez

17-19 Uhr Rebellen der LIEBE / Rebels of LOVE, Alexander Blank, Stefan Heuser, Christian Hoedl, Jiro Kamata,
Kunstarkaden, Sparkassenstrasse 3, 80331 München,,, 22.2.-26.3.
Di-Sa 13-19 Uhr, So 20.3. 13-17 Uhr

18-21 Uhr Dialogue X: Petra Bishai, Amy Death, Elsa Hedberg, Buddug Humphreys, Therese Morch-Jorgensen, Julia Patterson, Margot Sevadijan, Paolo Scura, Rachel Terry,
Timothy Information Limited. Kunstgießerei München, Schleißheimer Str. 72, 80797 München, with 84 GHz, 18.-20.3.
Fr 18-21 Uhr, Sa, So 12-20 Uhr, Sa 11 Uhr brunch view, Tel. 089-30637911


18 Uhr Nuove Direzioni del Gioiello Italiano Contemporaneo, 11 Goldschmiede aus Italien,
Galerie Isabella Hund, Frauenplatz 13, Eingang Schäfflerstraße,
80331 München,, 19.3.-16.4. Mo-Fr 11-14 ,15-19 Uhr,
Sa. 11-16/18 Uhr
(Artists: Adrean Bloomard, Patrizia Bonati, Lucia Davanzo, Elisabetta Dupre, Maria Rosa Franzin, Rita Marcangelo, Maurizio Stagni, Fabrizio Tridenti)

24125 dans Edgar MOSA (PT)

Elisabetta Dupré – ‘aracne’ – ciondolo


18.30 Uhr TIERPARADE oder Schmuck ohne Mensch, Ecole supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg. commissariat Sophie Hanagarth et Florence Lehmann,
Französisches Kulturinstitut,, Kaulbachstraße 13,
80539 München, Tel. 089-2866280, 17.-20.3. 10-19 Uhr

cf article :  EXPO ‘TIERPARADE’ – Institut Français de Munich (DE) – 17-20 mars 2011

71017_203188479708452_7801362_n dans Eija MUSTONEN (FI)

19 Uhr Förderpreis der Landeshauptstadt München 2011,
lothringer13_halle, Lothringerstrasse 13, 81667 München,, 19.3.-17.4. Di-So
14-20 Uhr, Tel. 089-4486961

20 Uhr Do You Want A….? An act of Piracy. Guerilla Jewellery from students of the Academy Fine Arts Maastricht,


Samstag, 19.3.2011 / 19 Mars

11 Uhr Returning to the Jewel is a Return from Exile Nr. 4, Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch, Gert Rothmann,
Münchner Residenz, Einsäulensaal, Residenzstr. 1, 80333 München,
19.-20.3. 11-18 Uhr

 dans Elena RUEBEL (DE)
Robert Baines (image courtesy of, and with thanks to, the gallery, tarraWarra Museum of Art, AU)


>> Neue Messe München Halle A1, Aktionsbühne
16 Uhr
Talente-Preis Verleihung
17 Uhr Herbert-Hofmann-Preis Verleihung
18 Uhr ›Ausgezeichnet!‹ Vortrag, Dr. Weber-Stöber
19 Uhr Achtung Adressenwechsel! Goldschmiedetreffen Festsaal, Augustinerkeller, Arnulfstr. 52,
20 Uhr edible, Annamaria Leiste & Sarah Lierl, mit den Kitchen Guerillas,
Anmeldung erforderlich unter, Tragbar, Zenettistr. 33,
80337 München, Tel. 089-76703974, 16.-20.3. 11-19 Uhr


Sonntag, 20.3.2011 / 20 Mars

10-14 Uhr Galerie der Preisträger, Sonderöffnung,
Galerie Handwerk, Max- Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München, Tel. 089-595584

11 Uhr ALL ABOUT ME Lecture in English Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins,
Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium, Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design
Museum Munich, Barerstrasse 40, Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-2727250 u. 089-23805360,

Wendy Ramshaw und David Watkins © Artists

« In the mid 1960s Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins ran a small firm called Optik Art Jewellery. They designed acrylic fashion jewellery inspired by Pop art paintings of the period. Later in 1967 they designed and sold paper jewellery all over the world. This was prior to a new revolution in jewelry design which was looming, throughout the 70s with non-precious materials and artistic ideas replacing material values. Ramshaw and Watkins were among the protagonists of the London scene. Ramshaw started out as an illustrator and textile designer. She has received numerous prestigious awards for her works, which include the Millennium Medal for Queen Elizabeth II. Her husband David Watkins was a jazz pianist, now a sculptor, and jewelry artist. Through his unconventional techniques and methods of working with materials he creates a unique style all of his own; from 1984 until 2006 he was Professor of Metalwork and Jewelry at the Royal College of Art in London. »
SUN 20.03., 11.00, Pinakothek der Moderne, Ernst von Siemens Auditorium, Admission free Lecture in English

15 Uhr NOW-Jewels by Norman Weber, Führung Norman Weber,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Pacellistraße 6-8, 80333 München, Tel. 089-2901470

Fai clic per ingrandire

Norman Weber


16 Uhr Baby Bling Bling, Finissage mit Schmuck-Performance,
Maximilians- Forum, Fußgängerunterführung, Maximilianstr./Altstadtring, 80539 München
« Eine Revue über Rein-Gold und kuriose Gehänge, dicke Klunker und zarte Geschmeide. Schmuckstückstories in 6 Akten. Schauspiel von Die Vorleserinnen Katja Brenner, Sophie Engert, Vanessa Jeker.
Die Vorleserinnen verwandeln die individuellen Persönlichkeiten von Schmuckstücken von SchmuckkünstlerInnen, die eng mit München verbunden sind ,in verschiedene dramatische Formen: Gangsta-Rap, Soap, Ballade oder Stummfilm – der Schmuck spielt die Hauptrolle. »

und außerhalb der Stadt: Schmuckstücke von Doerthe Fuchs,
Galerie Anna Pirk, Seestrasse 24, 83700 Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee, Tel. 08022-1884222., 15.3.-26.3. Di-Sa 11-19 Uhr oder nach Vereinbarung, Eröffnung Samstag, 12.3. ab 17 Uhr
Doerthe Fuchs



Apart from SCHMUCK, other special displays of arts and craft are hosted at «Handwerk & Design»: TALENTE, a show of the work of promising young designers; EXEMPLA, subtitled this year ‘Workshops of the Future’; and MEISTER DER MODERNE, featuring a selection of the work of famous international masters of arts and crafts and applied arts. Visitors who want to find out more about contemporary craft and design have the opportunity of taking part in a guided tour of «Handwerk & Design». These tours, which are free of charge, start each day at 13:30 (meeting point: stage in Hall A1, no registration needed).


Meister der Moderne 2011, Georg Dobler
Georg Dobler at Meister der Moderne




Schmuck 2011
Willy Brandt Allee 1
81829 München, Germany
Telephone: 0049 89 5119 248
Fax: 00 49 89 5119 245
Organized by the Verein zur Förderung des Handwerks e.V.
16.Mar.2011 – 22.Mar.2011
from 9.30 until 18.00
with a special VIP opening on Thursday 17th from 6 until 10. On Saturday 19th March we will have the ceremony of the Herbert-Hofmann-award at 4 p.m.


EXPO ‘BLACKENED BRILLIANCE – SOFIA BJÖRKMAN’ – Gallery Platina, Stockholm (SE) – 24 Fevr.-26 mars 2011

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Sofia BJORKMAN (SE),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04



EXPO 'BLACKENED BRILLIANCE - SOFIA BJÖRKMAN' - Gallery Platina, Stockholm (SE) - 24 Fevr.-26 mars 2011 dans Exposition/Exhibition Blackened_Brilliance

« The past year has been mostly black.
The oil disaster stained beaches black. The ash cloud put much of Europe in a greyish mist. Miners searching for treasures in the earth, were trapped in the dark. Forest fires as well as street fires worldwide blackened both environments and hearts. Financial crises have made deep dark holes in many wallets.

How deeply does it blacken our souls? In concert with these grave situations, humanity seems to revel in glamour. Politics becomes glamorous, as well as TV programs. Western fashion highlights a desire for power and status. What sparkles, sparkles more and more and the brilliance dazzles and relives.
In the gap between sorrow and escapism, people are looking for spirituality. In contrast to gloominess we flee from reality and seek meaning. The individual is in focus and the ways to find well-being are many.
Blackened Brilliance is the title of an exhibition about some of the past year’s incidents, illustrated using the qualities of jewellery art. Jewellery belongs to humans. We wear jewellery to remember, to make statements orto use as tools in realizing ourselves. Jewellery is intimate in the way that we wear it close to our hearts and fill it with meaning. It is also intimate because it requires the viewer to come close to the objects and to penetrate their meaning to get the entire content. This requires not only courage but also a willingness to understand both as a viewer and as a wearer.« 



Black_Sofia4 dans Gal. Platina (SE)Black_Sofia1 dans Sofia BJORKMAN (SE)
Sofia Bjorkman – Brooch – Rubber and silver
Sofia BjorkmanNecklace -Iron and plastic

Black_Sofia3 dans Suede (SE)
Sofia BjorkmanBrooch -Rubber and silver



Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden
tel +46-8-300 280



EXPO ‘MIA MALJOJOKI – EXPLOSIVE: FROZEN FIREWORKS’ – Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) – 11 Nov.-4 Dec. 2010

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Platina (SE),Mia MALJOJOKI (FI),Suede (SE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04


« Fireworks are temporary explosions to commemorate an event. Sound, lighting, paint and smoke intermingled with wonder, excitement, nostalgia and inspiration. Fireworks are used to heighten an already emotional or significant occasion. In some cultures, fireworks and firecrackers are used as a way to ward off evil spirits at the events like funerals, weddings, inaugurations and the start of the festivities.
Jewellery tells stories and reminds of relationships.
Both Fireworks and Jewellery can be beautiful. They can allow us to flee reality and at the same time, with full attendance, throw ourselves into the spiritual realms of fantasies and emotions.

EXPO 'MIA MALJOJOKI - EXPLOSIVE: FROZEN FIREWORKS' - Platina Gallery, Stockholm (Sweden) - 11 Nov.-4 Dec. 2010  dans Exposition/Exhibition mia

« In the exhibition Explosive: Frozen Fireworks Mia Maljojoki works to freeze the moments that cause us to explode.
Fireworks are temporary explosions to commemorate an event. Sound, lighting, paint and smoke intermingled with wonder, excitement, nostalgia and inspiration. Fireworks are used to heighten an already emotional or significant occasion. In some cultures, fireworks and firecrackers are used as a way to ward off evil spirits at the events like funerals, weddings, inaugurations and the start of the festivities.

Jewellery tells stories. It takes the form of medallions to commemorate events or actions. Jewellery reminds of relationships with friends, family, or spouses. In some cultures, they believe that Jewelry can be used to heals wounds or offer protection.
Both Fireworks and Jewellery can be beautiful. They can allow us to flee reality and but at the same time, with full attendance, throw ourselves into the spiritual realms of fantasies and emotions.
Mia Maljojoki was born and raised in Joensuu, Finland. After a few years working as a stylist She moved to Boston to complete her training in jewelry art. 2010 she took her Diploma in Art Academy, Munich, Germany under Professor Otto Künzli. She is currently living and working in Munich, Germany as a Jewellery Artist.« 
mia_frozen1 dans Gal. Platina (SE)mia_frozen3 dans Mia MALJOJOKI (FI)mia_frozen2 dans Suede (SE)

Necklace- Plaster, Pigment, paint, pearl, gold, elastic band  
Brooch -Plaster, pigment, silver, stainless steel 
Necklace – Plaster, pigment, string, paint, silver, rubber band 



Odengatan 68
Stockholm, Sweden