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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/

27/11/2014

EXPO ‘Tabea Reulecke’ – Galeria Thomas Cohn, São Paulo (Bresil) – 19 Nov.- 13 Dec. 2014

Classé dans : Bresil (BR),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Tabea REULECKE (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:01

A Galeria Thomas Cohn inaugura em 19 de novembro de 2014, às 19h, a primeira individual da artista alemã Tabea Reulecke no Brasil. A exposição é composta por uma série de criações figurativas em joalheria contemporânea, que inclui 12 colares, e quatro broches.

Tabea Reulecke

Tabea Reulecke is one of the most relevant artists from the new generation of german jewellers. Born in Berlin (1981), Tabea studied in the University of Applied Sciences in Idar Oberstein and then in the famous Art Academy in Tallin, Estonia and the Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam.
Different to most, her subjects are basically figurative. She uses human, sometimes mythological figures and animals and flowers. These front images are carefully finished in enamel and the reverse in silver with ironic shadows of mice or deers.
Tabea has shown several times in Gallery Marzee and other galleries in Germany, Belgium and Thailand, and lectures in Australia, Belgium, Chile and Thailand.
Our exhibition shows twelve necklaces and four brooches of her most recent production.

Tabea Reulecke  Necklace: Wenn die Mäuse auf dem Tisch tanzen 2012  Enamel, copper, oxidised silver  Photo: Manuel Ocana MascaróTabea Reulecke – Necklace: Wenn die Mäuse auf dem Tisch tanzen 2012  Enamel, copper, oxidised silver  Photo: Manuel Ocana Mascaró

Tabea Reulecke - brooch back & frontTabea Reulecke – brooch (back & front) Checker, 2012 – Silver oxidized, Enameled copper

Tabea Reulecke - neckpieceTabea Reulecke - neckpiece Leopard, 2014 – Silver oxidized, 18ct gold, Enameled copper

Tabea Reulecke Necklace: Leopard (BACK), 2014 Silver oxidized, 18ct gold, Enameled copperTabea Reulecke Necklace: Leopard (BACK), 2014 Silver oxidized, 18ct gold, Enameled copper

 

 

Galeria Thomas Cohn
r. Joaquim Antunes, 187, Jardim Paulistano,
São Paulo – Brasil
(11) 2528-0409 | 3085-0707

 

08/10/2012

JOYA 2012 Barcelona – 11-12-13 Oct. 2012 : EXPO « MATÉRIA+MENTE+MÃO: JOIA ARTE BRASILEIRA »

Classé dans : BARCELONA,Bettina TEREPINS (BR),Bresil (BR),Exposition/Exhibition,JOYA (ES) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:15

at  JOYA Barcelona 2012 : EXPOSICION invitada / guest exhibition :
MATÉRIA+MENTE+MÃO: JOIA ARTE BRASILEIRA

(see also this post : JOYA 2012 Barcelona – 11-12-13 Oct. 2012)

Brazil talks through vegetable, animal and mineral matter, a dialogue between the minds and the hands of the jewellery artists from the first two decades of the XXI century. This dialogue shifts from Brazilian artists’ hands to the human body, a symbol of divinity, so as to move away from colonial jewellery and find its own identity.

Joya Barcelona 2012

Artists exhibited :
Alice FlorianoAna LepschAndrea LasmarAurea SacilottoBettina TerepinsDorine Botana Gabi De Rolt –  Germana ArthusoIsabella NishiokaMariana NeumannMirian Mirna KorolkovasMiriam Pappalardo Nina LimaPaula MouraoRenata MeirellesRosana CamargoRubens MatuckSandra Manin FríasThais CostaZete Lundin

Materia + Arte + Mao: Joia arte Brasileira - JOYA 2012 --  Nina LimaNina Lima

Materia + Arte + Mao: Joia arte Brasileira - JOYA 2012 -- Alice FlorianoAlice Floriano

Materia + Arte + Mao: Joia arte Brasileira - JOYA 2012 -- Miriam Mirna KorolkovasMiriam Mirna Korolkovas

Materia + Arte + Mao: Joia arte Brasileira - JOYA 2012 -  Bettina TerepinsBettina Terepins

18/09/2011

Decouverte : Benedikt FISCHER

Benedikt FISCHER :

« As a student of the Jewellery Department (Gerrit Rietveld Academie) , I try to gain full understanding of my subject. In order to do that, it is important to go back to the origins. This is also the method I use when approaching a problem. Jewellery is a complex field where on each end someone is trying to push the boundaries of what we consider jewellery. This fact raised the urge in me to find out where jewellery came from in order to understand what it really is.
Considering the extensive history of adornment through the ages, it is hard to think of donning jewellery as anything less than a human need. It appears embedded across religions, cultures, rites, and throughout human activity. It is worn as adornment, to show status or belonging, as a memento and so on. In some instances, societal prescriptions about not wearing any jewellery, or restrictions around the type of ornament a person is allowed to wear, tell an equally strong story about the power and impact of jewellery. The drive goes deeper than the individual reasons that a certain country or religion might produce a given ornament. My belief, supported by historical examples and anecdotes, is that the motivation for jewellery making and wearing is actually quite primal and that this creative instinct speaks to our animalistic nature. In exploring these ideas, I also delve into my own desire to be part of this ongoing history and to create wearable pieces. I am interested in things that endure for long periods, that are maintained in our culture without question, and which are established in our lives as axioms.
Another theme for me is animals. There are similarities of character between Man and animals. Man learned from animals. When we compare the purely visible aspect of jewellery to the most obvious example in animal kingdom, the peacock, it is clear that visual attraction is of major importance. Perhaps we adopted this behaviour from our animal friends. The lion has his mane, the deer his antlers and the peacock tries to impress his female companions with its amazing range of feathers. Man’s power is also related to visual display. The ability to consume, to drive fast cars, to wear sharp clothing, is directly related to the sexual virility or a man or woman. Those who do not have this power, who lack money, become faceless. In his Theory of Evolution, Darwin states that it is more likely for a more attractive male to mate with a female than for one who is physically stronger. To this day you get a pin if you are a brave fighter in a war, the mayor gets a special kind of chain around his neck, top sportsmen are being visually underlined with gold, silver or bronze. What fascinates me most about animals is that they are entirely led by their instincts. When making jewellery I am aiming to get into that state as well. »

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Benedikt Fischer presented at Galerie Rob Koudijs – brooch ‘Ibex ibex’ – plastic, remanium – 2011

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Benedikt Fischer(Gerrit Rietveld Academie Graduation 2011)

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Benedikt Fischer(Gerrit Rietveld Academie Graduation 2011) – brooch (back side) ‘Stador’ – plastic, epoxy, remanium – 2011

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Benedikt Fischer

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Benedikt Fischer(Gerrit Rietveld Academie Graduation 2011)

Benedikt Fischer
1984 Eferding, Austria
Lives and works in Vienna, AT
Education
1998-2003
Techn. School for Arts and Crafts, Steyr, AT
2008
Summer Academy with Florian Ladtstätter, Salzburg, AT
2010
Exchange semester at Konstfack, Stockholm, SE
2008 – 2011
Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, NL

 

06/04/2011

EXPO ‘Jóia Contemporânea Brasileira’ – A CASA, Museu do Objeto Brasileiro, São Paulo (Brazil) – 6 Avril-3 Juin 2011

 Jóia Contemporânea Brasileira

EXPO 'Jóia Contemporânea Brasileira' - A CASA, Museu do Objeto Brasileiro, São Paulo (Brazil) - 6 Avril-3 Juin 2011 dans Andre LASMAR (BR) icone109

 

The exhibition intends to show all the possibilities that the word ‘Contemporary Jewelry’ can mean, displaying the most significant range of works of brazilian craft communities, designers and also art-jewelers.

 

Artists: 
Aglaíze Damasceno, Alice Ursini, André Lasmar, Audrey Girotto, Bettina Terepins, Carolina Pedroso, Cooperativa Lã Pura, Gabriela De Rolt, Hena Lee, Krahôs, Mana Bernardes and Mirla Fernandes.

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Mana Bernardes- Colar de grampos

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Mirla Fernandes

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Mirla Fernandes  Pluto Necklace – 2009 – latex

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Bettina Terepins

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André Lasmar

 

A CASA – Museu do Objeto Brasileiro
Rua Cunha Gago, 807
05421-001 – São Paulo (Brazil)
Telephone: 55 11 3814 9711
website: www.acasa.org.br/evento.php?modo=agenda&id=109
mail: acasa@acasa.org.br

 

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