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15/06/2014

EXPO ‘Form and Color – Color and Form’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 5 Juin-31 Juill. 2014

Classé dans : Allemagne (DE),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Spektrum (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:02

Form and Color – Color and Form

Form and color – color and form is an exhibition, dealing with two main components of art work. Form and color are the medium to express artistic, social and philosophical ideas in works of arts, even as to work about form, geometry, signs, design and communication.In the exhibition there will be shown jewellery, photography, graphics and container from the artists.

 
Spektrum

With :  Helen BrittonRamon Puig CuyàsGeorg Dobler Iris Eichenberg — Kyoko Fukuchi — Herman HermsenMari IshikawaRian de JongFlorence LehmannMia MaljojokiRuudt PetersKaren Pontoppidan — Marianne Schliwinski — Deganit Stern SchockenArek Wolski


Kyoko Fukuchi, Brooch, 2013 Kyoko Fukuchi
Brooch: Untitled, 2013Photo: Jürgen Eickhoff

Arek Wolski Brooch: Untitled, 2011 Photo: Jürgen Eickhoff  Gal SpektrumArek Wolski Brooch: Untitled, 2011 Photo: Jürgen Eickhoff
Jürgen Eickhoff, Brooch, 2010Jürgen Eickhoff, Brooch, 2010
Mari Ishikawa, Pendant, 2013Mari Ishikawa, Pendant, « The Tag » 2013
Mia Maljojoki, Pendant, 2011Mia Maljojoki, Pendant, 2011

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstraße 46
80333 München
www.galerie-spektrum.de
Fr 14.3., 18-21, Sa 15.3., 11-14 Uhr, So 16.3., 13-18 Uhr
schmuck@galerie-spektrum.de

03/03/2014

EXPO ‘Helen Britton – Unheimlich’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 14 Mars-26 Avril 2014

 SCHMUCK 2014 – Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014

Galerie Spektrum, « Helen Britton – Unheimlich »

http://www.galerie-spektrum.de/bilder/britton%20unheimlich-1.jpg
(« Blitz » + « Branch » – 2 Ringe 2014)
Helen Britton - Ring 2014Helen Britton – Ring 2014
Helen Britton - "Drops Bones" Armreif 2014 Helen Britton – « Drops Bones » bracelet  2014
Helen Britton 'Thorn' 2014 (galerie Spektrum)Helen Britton ‘Thorn’ brooch 2013
Helen Britton 'Flowers Bones' bracelet 2014 (galerie Spektrum)Helen Britton ‘Flowers Bones’ bracelet 2014
 
Theresienstraße 46
 Fr 14.3., 18-21, Sa 15.3., 11-14 Uhr, So 16.3., 13-18 Uhr

16/12/2013

EXPO ‘Karen Pontoppidan : Context ‘ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (Germany) – 6 Dec. 2013 – 25 Janv. 2014

Karen Pontoppidan: Context  - Galerie Spektrum (Munich, Germany) 06-Dec-2013 – 25-Jan-2014

Karen Pontoppidan: Context  Artists: Karen Pontoppidan Management: Jürgen Eickhoff Place: Galerie Spektrum (Munich, Germany) 06-Dec-2013 - 25-Jan-2014  website: www.galerie-spektrum.de mail: schmuck@galerie-spektrum.de
(Brooches Context, 2013 – Canvas, paint, silver – 4,5 x 3,5 x 3 cm up to 6 x 3,5 x 3,3 cm)
Karen Pontoppidan’s new series „CONTEXT“ includes 100 brooches, made in the same manner but not identically. The series based on the idea of outsourcing the craftwork. KP developed the concept, and asked different people from different professions to realize parts of the CONTEXT-brooches. At the end of this process KP signed each of the brooches. Although the production is standardised every single brooch is unique, due to the differences in color, shape and size, and the price is reasonable thanks to the manner of production.

 

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstraße 46 D
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49-(0)89 – 28 45 90
www.galerie-spektrum.de
mail: schmuck@galerie-spektrum.de

21/05/2013

EXPO ‘Ramon Puig Cuyàs : Crossing Points’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (Germany) – 11 Mai-29 Juin 2013

Ramon Puig Cuyàs: Crossing Points. Works 1997-2013   

Ramon Puig Cuyàs: Crossing Points. Works 1997-2013    Artists: Ramon Puig Cuyàs  Management: Jürgen Eickhoff & Marianne Schliwinski  Place: Galerie Spektrum  (Munich, Germany)  11-May-2013 - 29-Jun-2013    website: www.galerie-spektrum.de
The exhibition presents more than 30 pieces of jewellery produced over an extended period of time. Although the works from these years vary with regard to form and material, they are linked together via a common thread. The unifying concept is in the way the artist handles, examines and organizes the material. The construction of the pieces reflects experiences that are translated into works of art.
Using the technique of assemblage, the artist joins kaleidoscopic fragments of various objects and materials into fragile compositions. Thus, they create a fragmented vision of reality and of our own poetic universe.
The direct approach to the material, the exploration of its possibilities and inherentcharacteristics opens the door to the accidental and the unexpected. It also leads toflexibility and subjectivity in the artistic expression. The less defined the results are, the more room there is for interpretation. In this way, each piece has turned into a functioning model containing many possibilities: A work of art emerges that keeps projecting itself forward.
Ramon Puig Cuyàs 2013
Ramon Puig Cuyas  No. 1453  "Subtl architectures"  Brosche 2012    Foto: Ramon Puig Cuyas  http://www.galerie-spektrum.de/bilder/cuyas%2016.jpgRamon Puig Cuyas  No. 1453  « Subtl architectures »  Brosche 2012    Foto: Ramon Puig Cuyas 
Ramon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Primacolor no 1280 2009  Mixed media  Picture by Ramon Puig CuyasRamon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Primacolor no 1280 2009  Mixed media  Foto Ramon Puig Cuyas
Ramon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Subtle Architectures no 1452 2012  Mixed media  Picture by Ramon Puig CuyasRamon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Subtle Architectures no 1452 2012  Mixed media  Foto Ramon Puig Cuyas
Ramon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Net Work no 1430 2011  Oxidised alpaca  Picture by Ramon Puig CuyasRamon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Net Work no 1430 2011  Oxidised alpaca  Picture by Ramon Puig Cuyas
Ramon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Imago Mundi Inimitabilis no 1204 2007  Mixed media  Picture by Ramon Puig CuyasRamon Puig Cuyàs  Brooch: Imago Mundi Inimitabilis no 1204 2007  Mixed media  Picture by Ramon Puig Cuyas
Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstraße 46 D
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49-(0)89 – 28 45 90
www.galerie-spektrum.de

28/02/2013

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Life is juicy – How fragile is your day’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 8 Mars-27 Avril 2013

Mia Maljojoki: Life is juicy – How fragile is your day

Schmuck 2013 – EXPO ‘Life is juicy - How fragile is your day’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 8 Mars-27 Avril 2013 dans Allemagne (DE) maljojoki-cover

« In this series, I have been experimenting with porcelain to create wearable jewellery that explores the marks that emotions leave on our flesh.
Porcelain, like skin, begins as a soft, moist, and pliable substance. It can easily be stretched, pushed, folded, scratched, torn, or re-­‐bonded to itself. When the desired series of actions has been applied, one dries it out and fires the leathery material at temperatures up to 1400c˚. Similar to the way time, experience, and emotion affect our bodies, this process, permanently changes the material composition leaving the porcelain hardened, durable, and stiff. 
In response to this likeness, I have conducted video investigations of people in a variety of situations. These situations range from a boy lying in the sun on the beach, to a mother sitting in her living room just days before giving birth a third time. By filming subjects close up one is able to identify effects of
the given conditions directly on the surface of the body.
The resulting works are flexible synthetic bands with accents of bright colors contrasted by hardened
organic-­‐shaped porcelain intestines.
What is juicy will be fragile. »

  Mia Maljojoki  Necklace: Life is juicy - How fragile is your day #2 2013  Porcelain, elastic, textile  Photo by Mirei Takeuchi Mia Maljojoki  Necklace: Life is juicy – How fragile is your day #2 2013  Porcelain, elastic, textile  Photo by Mirei Takeuchi

Mia Maljojoki  Necklace: Life is juicy - How fragile is your day #6 2013  Porcelain, elastic, textile  Photo by Mirei Takeuchi Mia Maljojoki  Necklace: Life is juicy – How fragile is your day #6 2013  Porcelain, elastic, textile  Photo by Mirei Takeuchi

Mia Maljojoki  Necklace: Life is juicy - How fragile is your day #3 2013  Porcelain, elastic, textile  Photo by Mirei Takeuchi Mia Maljojoki  Necklace: Life is juicy – How fragile is your day #3 2013  Porcelain, elastic, textile  Photo by Mirei Takeuchi

Mia Maljojoki - Life is juicy  http://www.galerie-spektrum.de/bilder/lifeisjuicy%2009.jpg Mia Maljojoki – Life is juicy

 

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstraße 46 D
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49-(0)89 – 28 45 90

website: www.galerie-spektrum.de
mail: schmuck@galerie-spektrum.de

11/01/2013

EXPO ‘Doris Betz & Attai Chen’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 22 Nov. 2012-26 Janv. 2013

‘Doris Betz and Attai Chen’ at Galerie Spektrum (Munich, Germany)  From November 22, 2012 until January 26, 2013

'Doris Betz and Attai Chen' at Galerie Spektrum (Munich, Germany)  From November 22, 2012 until January 26, 2013

Doris Betz  Necklace: Brain Brush 2007  Blackened silver beads, plastic Doris Betz  Necklace: Brain Brush 2007  Blackened silver beads, plastic

Attai Chen  Brooch: Forgive me father I have sinned part 5 2012  Paper, graphite, paint, glue, silver, brass, stainless steel Attai Chen  Brooch: Forgive me father I have sinned part 5 2012  Paper, graphite, paint, glue, silver, brass, stainless steel

 

 

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstraße 46 D
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49-(0)89 – 28 45 90
website: www.galerie-spektrum.de
mail: schmuck@galerie-spektrum.de

05/09/2012

EXPO ‘Nanna Melland: Swarm’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 14 Sept.-27 Oct. 2012

Classé dans : Allemagne (DE),Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Spektrum (DE),Nanna MELLAND (NO) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:01

Nanna Melland: Swarm

Nanna Melland  Installation: Swarm 2010  Steel, aluminiumNanna Melland  Installation: Swarm 2010  Steel, aluminium

A swarm is a biological survival strategy for insects. It is a challenging strategy that constantly seeks to balance the growth and needs of the individuals in the swarm with the pressures of its natural habitat.
Approximately 10% of the world population travel by air today. That is 600 million people! This swarm of aerial travel has brought benefits and drawbacks. Material and social culture now cross borders at hundreds of kilometres per hour, and yet this has eroded cultural diversity, damaged the environment and reinforced inequalities. It is alarming that todays aviation systems operate at or near their maximum capacity, and we increasingly depend upon safe and reliable aviation traffic, with very little margin for disruptions or irregularities.
Furthermore, we board aeroplanes increasingly for pleasure rather than necessity. What is it doing to us and the society we live in, when we can travel wherever and whenever we want, to destinations that only a century ago would have taken months of risky travel to reach, if it were even possible?
Some say “to travel is to live”, but if we are unable to stop, what are the consequences for us as individuals?
The installation Swarm
Swarm consists of thousands of small flat aluminium aeroplanes suspended in a swarm formation on a large wall. The large size of the installation and its relentless repetition of an otherwise familiar form will induce in the viewer feelings of being small, vulnerable and uncomfortable, similar to the feelings when faced with a real swarm. There is beauty in the synchronized movements, but the force of the mass that is formed by thousands of tiny individuals is disturbing.

The shape and size of the aeroplanes ranging from 2.5 to 8.5 cm, are a conscious hint at the Catholic tradition of votive offerings. These are small metal or clay objects – sometimes representing an afflicted body part – that are offered at a holy site together with a prayer for healing or protection in times of illness or uncertainty. These offerings reflect faith, and also humility in the face of nature’s great and dangerous forces.
The installation Swarm is hence an opportunity and a place for the viewer, despite hectic everyday tasks and routines, to pause and contemplate.
By making a comparison between ourselves as human beings and a swarm of aeroplanes, I wish to invoke the idea that we are after all nothing more and nothing less than one swarm among many who are trying to survive. We are not lords who survey or command. As individuals we are merely small parts of a much greater whole.
Another important aspect of the Swarm is to invite the audience to interact with the installation. In practical terms this means that visitors can purchase one of the planes and pick it off the wall for themselves. They can then pin it directly onto their clothes. This transaction will take place independently of gallery staff. The visitor pays for the aeroplane by putting money into a box placed in front of the installation, where information on the costs of the different sized aeroplanes can be found.
In contrast to buying a candle in a church, however, visitors do not leave behind the offering object but rather take it with them. They walk out of the gallery wearing an aeroplane. They will wear this reminder of something bigger, as well as helping to spread Swarm from within the gallery space into the real world and the global human swarm.

EXPO 'Nanna Melland: Swarm' - Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) - 14 Sept.-27 Oct. 2012 dans Allemagne (DE) schwarm

 

 

 

 

 

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstraße 46 D
80333 – Munich
Germany
Telephone: +49-(0)89 – 28 45 90

website: www.galerie-spektrum.de
mail: schmuck@galerie-spektrum.de

03/04/2012

SCHMUCK 2012 ‘Corpus’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 16 mars-28 avril 2012

Ruudt Peters – Corpus

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

 SCHMUCK 2012 'Corpus' - Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) - 16 mars-28 avril 2012 dans Allemagne (DE) peters-lumbusRuudt PetersCorpus « Limbus »

« Between body and spirit.
Flat, amorphous shapes in subdued shades of dark-grey. Ruudt Peters’ new jewellery appears to be austere and abstract until the eye is drawn to the occasional sharp edges, or intentionally modelled surfaces. Peters is always on a quest for spirituality in his work as his earlier work has demonstrated. One line of approach he did not consider in the past was Christianity. Was it too predictable a choice, or was it too close for comfort in the artist’s view?
From the abundance of motifs Peters chose what lies at the heart of Christianity: Jesus as the saviour of mankind. For a thousand years artists have searched for an apt representation of the crucifixion: from the simplicity of Romanesque depictions to an increasingly explicit image of a virtually naked man. The body of the Christ figure becomes increasingly pronounced: muscles starting to develop, the abdomen curving, the loincloth losing its innocence. The religious symbol takes on increasingly complex meanings.
It was a challenge for Ruudt Peters to add his own interpretation to this iconography. In a study in which the crucifix was initially sawn into bits and pieces and then joined together again instinctively, the artist was not only guided by religious connotations. Other aspects present themselves: the meeting of bodies, expressiveness of touch, intimacy. In the final product Peters stresses abstract, veiled shapes on the front and keeps the recognizable parts for the sides and back.
Western society is becoming increasingly secularized, and Ruudt Peters CORPUS jewellery hits the spectator like a bolt out of the blue. At its first presentation at the COLLECT art fair the reactions were unusually outspoken. Curiosity, amazement and appreciation competed for first place, often combined with wariness about the wearability of the pieces. For should you judge this work on the basis of the artistic stament made by the maker, or as a personal testimony? Is it about body or spirit? In his work the artist extends a hand to the spectators, ultimately it is their responsibility to provide an interpretation and decide on the value of a work of art. «   Ward Schrijver  (© Galerie Rob Koudijs)

 

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30 Jahre Galerie Spektrum
Doris BetzHelen BrittonAttai ChenAnton CepkaSaskia DeteringGeorg DoblerIris EichenbergJürgen EickhoffKyoko FukuchiThomas GentilleHerman HermsenMari IshikawaRian de JongVered KaminskiEsther KnobelWinfried KrügerFlorence LehmannStefano MarchettiSuska MackertMia MaljojokiNanna MellandTed NotenRuudt PetersKaren PontoppidanMarianne SchliwinskiPeter SkubicGraziano VisintinArek Wolski

  30-arek Kyoko FUKUCHI (JP) dans Anton CEPKA (SK)AREK WOLSKI Brosche 2011

30-deganit dans Arek WOLSKI (PL)DEGANIT STERN SCHOCKEN2 Anhänger 2003

 30-doris dans Attai CHEN (IL)

DORIS BETZHalsschmuck 2011 – Foto: Bernhard Roth

 30-florence dans Deganit STERN SCHOCKEN (IL)FLORENCE LEHMANN« Domino Spektrum » – Halsschmuck 2009

 30-juergen dans Doris BETZ (DE)JUERGEN EICKHOFF - Brosche 2010

30-kyoko dans Esther KNOBEL (PL)KYOKO FUKUCHIBrosche 2011

30-mari dans Exposition/ExhibitionMARI ISHIKAWA« Parallel Worlds » Halsschmuck 2011

 30-mia dans Florence LEHMANN (FR)MIA MALJOJOKI« Explosive Frozen Fireworks #21″ – Halsschmuck 2011 - Foto: Mirei Takeuchi

30-rian dans Gal. Spektrum (DE)RIAN DE JONG -Brosche 2011

30-stefano dans Georg DOBLER (DE)STEFANO MARCHETTIBrosche 2011

30-ted dans Graziano VISINTIN (IT)TED NOTEN  « Hanzi Perfume » Armband 2011-

30-vered dans Helen BRITTON (AU)VERED KAMINSKI Halsschmuck 2011

30-karen dans Herman HERMSEN (NL)KAREN PONTOPPIDAN  « Canvas #54″ Brosche 2011

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstr.46,
80333 München.
Tel. 089-284590

13/07/2011

EXPO ‘Parallel Worlds’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 21 Mai-13 Juill. 2011

Parallel Worlds von Mari Ishikawa

http://www.k-system.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Mari-Ishikawa-book1.jpg
http://www.goettgen.de/files/fz/mariishikawa-gr-052011.jpg?1296551075

 

 

Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstr. 46,
München, Bayern, 80333
tel 089284590

17/03/2011

SCHMUCK 2011- ‘Under that cloud’- Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 17-22 mars 2011

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, Curated by Jo Bloxham.  

SCHMUCK 2011- 'Under that cloud'- Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) - 17-22 mars 2011  dans Agnieszka KNAP (PL) 187783_133073286766062_611866_n

 

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

cloud-lignela dans Allemagne (DE)
Benjamin Lignel- piece 2011

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Jürgen Eickhoff

7593f9a90c5423e4e6c3c1e72f8da23e dans Andrea WAGNER (NL)
Janina Stübler

Heart Charm
Nanna MellandHeart Charm (2000)
Galerie Spektrum
Theresienstr. 46
80333 München
Tel. 089-284590
www.galerie-spektrum.de
Di-Fr 13-19 Uhr, Sa 11-14 Uhr, Sonderöffnung am 20.3. 13-18 Uhr

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