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27/01/2016

Selection 4 SCHMUCK 2016 : Fátima Tocornal

Fátima Tocornal- Petites rêveries …..

Congrats to all the artists who made the SCHMUCK 2016 list, on show at the Handwerksmesse  during #munichjewelleryweek  24/02–1/03/2016

« All through more the 30 years that I have been working professionnally, mainly in painting, and later video and jewelry, I have been narrating sensations, emotions and feelings that are part of the common imaginary. These images, sometimes undefined, calm and upset with the same intensity the spectator wit the intention that he feel and decode freely. Because of these my representations are nearer the lyric and subletness than of the narration, and because of theese, when someone explains me what one of my works sugest to him, he discovers truth that even myself did not know » (Context Gallery)

Fátima Tocornal - Fermall "Dreamers V" -    Materials: esmalt i llautó amb bany de plata Mida: 85x45 mm Fátima Tocornal - broche « Dreamers V » -  esmalte y latón con baño de plata-  85×45 mm

Fátima Tocornal - broche "Pequeños III" -  esmalte y cobre - 45x50 mmFátima Tocornal – broche « Pequeños III » -  esmalte y cobre – 45×50 mm

Fátima Tocornal - fermall / broche / brooch "pequeños II" - Context Galeria -: Fátima Tocornal – broche  « pequeños II »

 

‘A lo largo de los más de 30 años que llevo profesionalmente trabajando sobre todo en pintura, y más tarde en video y joyería, he ido narrando sensaciones, emociones y sentimientos que forman parte del imaginario colectivo. Estas imágenes, a veces indefinidas, calman e inquietan con la misma intensidad al espectador con la intención de que las sienta y descifre libremente. Por ello mis representaciones están más cerca de la lírica y la sutileza que de la narración, es por ese motivo, que cuando alguien me explica lo que le sugiere una de mis obras, me descubre verdades que ni yo misma sabía. » Fatima Tocornal

She lives and works in Barcelona. She followed Studies of Painting and Video at Escola Massana of Barcelona. She follows several trainings of Jewellery with Silvia Walz. Since 1987 she participates in individual and collective exhibitions, as well as Art Fairs and Festivals, in our country andabroad. She is member of Joyas Sensacionales, group coordinated by Silvia Walz.

11/01/2016

EXPO ‘Enmarcamos a Paul ADIE’ – Amaranto Joies Galeria, Barcelona (ES) – 11 Janv.-5 Mars 2016

AMARANTO Joies :

Enmarcamos a Paul ADIE

« Hello, I’m Paul. I was born in Scotland and after studying in Glasgow, I hopped around Europe living in Spain, Russia, Estonia and Lithuania, eventually settling in Barcelona to work as a translator. I then decided to study jewellery at the Escola Massana (Degree in Artistic Jewellery, Escola Massana, Barcelona, Spain September 2012 – May 2015) under Ramon Puig Cuyàs. »

Amarantojoies - Paul Adie - 11 Janv-5 mars 2016:

« The Earth is moving

 We are moving.
We try to hold on tight. 
Every movement is unstable and the ground shakes. 
When will it stand still?
 After thousands of inventions and discoveries, humans still want to know where they came from and look to the past. We search on the internet and ask our relatives for answers to why we are who we are. Parents dread the question « where do babies come from? », grandparents satisfy their grandchildren’s curiosity about what it was like in the old days. What if we look further back? When did we first make tools, when did we first speak, what were our first beliefs?
 We don’t know. The unanswered questions are endless: does heaven exist? Is there life beyond this planet? Why are we here?
The mystery that surrounds these questions is my starting point. By using my hands I come up with approximations to answers and I feel what it is to be human. I try to challenge what I already know and not be scared of being surrounded by what I don’t. » Paul Adie
Paul Adie - Anillo "The Earth is moving"  2015. Acero. 7 x 9,5 x 5,5 cm Paul Adie – Anillo « The Earth is moving I «   2015. Acero. 7 x 9,5 x 5,5 cm

 Paul Adie - Anillo "The Earth is moving II "    2015. Acero. 5 x 12 x 2,5 cmPaul Adie – Anillo « The Earth is moving II «     2015. Acero. 5 x 12 x 2,5 cm

 Paul Adie  Broche  "The Earth is moving V "    2015. Acero. 7 x 16 x 6 cm Paul Adie  Broche  « The Earth is moving V «     2015. Acero. 7 x 16 x 6 cm

Paul Adie  pendant  "The Earth is moving VI "    2015. Acero Paul Adie  pendant  « The Earth is moving VI «     2015. Acero

 Paul Adie - Broche The Earth is moving IV 2015. Acero. 5 x 15,5 x 4,5 cm  Paul Adie – Broche « The Earth is moving IV » 2015. Acero. 5 x 15,5 x 4,5 cm

Paul Adie-  Colgante The Earth is moving VI     2015. Acero. 7,5 x 18,5 x 5 cm: Paul Adie -  Colgante The Earth is moving VI     2015. Acero. 7,5 x 18,5 x 5 cm

 

 

Amaranto Joies Galeria
Sant Domènec 23
08012 Barcelona
Spain
amarantojoies.blogspot.be

 

16/12/2015

EXPO ‘Sinergia’ – botiga/taller de Montserrat Lacomba, Girona (ES) – 19 Dec. 2015 – 9 Janv. 2016

Sinergia a la botiga/taller de Montserrat Lacomba

by Lourdes Carmelo and Montserrat Lacomba

El 19 de desembre a les 12 h. s’inaugura Sinergia de Lourdes Carmelo i Montserrat Lacomba a la botiga/taller de Montserrat Lacomba, a la Plaça de Sant Pere, 2 de Girona. La mostra es podrà visitar fins al 9 de gener del 2016.

exposición "Sinergia" de Lourdes Carmelo y Montserrat Lacomba

The nature which is surrounding us and the memories we keep is the link between both artists work.

« Concerning the Landscape As Ive grown older, Ive become increasingly closer to nature. Observation of the landscape has become a sort of daily ritual, during which I have a constant awareness of the changes and mysteries of life that will never be revealed. I bring the shapes, colors and textures that are part of these landscapes into my pieces, so I may remember them, thereby inviting the viewer to sense those same places and make them their own. » / Montserrat Lacomba

« I’ll collected artifacts in my travels, my walks, in my day to day, I keep them and hope to find the time to restore the prominence it once had, remember the value of their past and hear again the story told , which generates the memory. Memory can blur memories and, in the effort to not forget, I restore past with patches, inch by inch, until finally there is a new object to join the past and the present, and sometimes the future. Sometimes it’s hard to remember but it’s always easy to reinvent oblivion. » / Lourdes Carmelo

 Montserrat Lacocmba - 2015 brocheMontserrat LacombaBrooch: Purple River Memories, 2014 – Silver, nickel silver, engraved and enameled copper, purpurite -4 x 9.5 x 1.5cm- Photo by: JM. Oliveras – From series: Concerning the Landscape

  Montserrat Lacomba Brooch: Crater, 2015 Silver, enameled copper, turmaline 9 x 8.5 x 1cm Photo by: JM. Oliveras From series: Concerning the Landscape: Montserrat Lacomba Brooch: Crater, 2015 Silver, enameled copper, turmaline 9 x 8.5 x 1cm Photo by: JM. Oliveras From series: Concerning the Landscape

 Lourdes Carmelo   Collier: Melodía salvaje para violín nº1, 2014 Mixed materials: Lourdes Carmelo   Collier: Melodía salvaje para violín nº1, 2014 Mixed materials

  Lourdes Carmelo Parra Brooch: Relato intimo para violin nº2, 2015 Mixed materials 13 x 4 x 3 cm: Lourdes Carmelo  Brooch: Relato intimo para violin nº2, 2015 Mixed materials 13 x 4 x 3 cm

 Lourdes Carmelo   Necklace: Relato intimo para violin nº1, 2014 Mixed materials 46 x 16 x 5 cm:  Lourdes Carmelo   Necklace: Relato intimo para violin nº1, 2014 Mixed materials 46 x 16 x 5 cm 

 Montserrat Lacomba Brooch: Sun and Boat, 2015 Enameled copper, silver, nickel silver, blue quarts with pyrite 7 x 9 x 1cm Photo by: JM. Oliveras From series: Concerning the Landscape: Montserrat Lacomba Brooch: Sun and Boat, 2015 Enameled copper, silver, nickel silver, blue quarts with pyrite 7 x 9 x 1cm Photo by: JM. Oliveras From series: Concerning the Landscape

 

 

botiga/taller de Montserrat Lacomba / Mar de Color Rosa Shop/Workshop
Plaça de Sant Pere, 2
17007 Girona (Spain)
tel   +34 972 224 635
+34 669 594 184
montlacomba@gmail.com

23/09/2015

EXPO during JOYA Barcelona OFF 2015 : ‘To Recover’ – Klimt02 Gallery, Barcelona (ES) – 7 Oct.-7 Nov. 2015

exhibition being part of « OFF JOYA » 2015

http://www.joyabarcelona.com/images/Prensa/logo_joya.jpg

To RecoverKlimt02 Gallery

Opening : 7 October from 19 h.

To Recover Exhibition  / 07Oct - 7Nov2015 Klimt02 Gallery  (Ted Noten Superbitch Bag, 2000 / Superbitch Bag Revisited, 2015)

Artist list   Simon CottrellKarl FritschGésine HackenbergKarin JohanssonJiro KamataSari LiimattaStefano MarchettiTed NotenNoon Passama –  Annelies PlanteydtTore SvenssonLisa WalkerManon van Kouswijk

Manon van Kouswijk Pearl Grey necklace, 2008 / Pearl Grey Revisited necklace, 2015 Glass elements (saucer, hand formed cup handle with attached glass beads), diverse glass and plastic beads, polyester thread, glue.  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Manon van Kouswijk Pearl Grey necklace, 2008 / Pearl Grey Revisited necklace, 2015 Glass elements (saucer, hand formed cup handle with attached glass beads), diverse glass and plastic beads, polyester thread, glue.  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

The original « Pearl Grey » of 2009 was an assemblage work consisting of found and made elements of porcelain, glass, wood, plastic and pearl. It referenced a traditional cup and saucer of which the cup had been magically replaced by a bead necklace. For this new work I have translated that idea to the typology of a glass ‘saucer and cup’. It is again a combination of found and made elements but this time the work is completely transparent; almost like an x-ray of it’s predecessor

Gésine Hackenberg Still Life, 2009 / Pink Balancing Glass brooch, 2015 Glass by Theresienthal, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Gésine Hackenberg Still Life, 2009 / Pink Balancing Glass brooch, 2015 Glass by Theresienthal, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

The ‘Still Life’ Brooches that I have made between 2009 and 2012 can be seen as a contemporary interpretation of 17th and 18th century Dutch Still Life paintings. This subject was preferable used to portray items of daily life that were emotionally and economically significant for people of that time.  Within my ‘Still Lifes’, I sliced existing glasswork and rearranged them into new compositions. They represented a perfect translation of the three dimensional to the two dimensional, the realistic vista of the glasses to the medium of jewellery. The body is taking on the role of the canvas as it were…  Within the new work I explored another way of looking at tableware than in a static composition: I wanted to express a certain precarious dynamic that is inherent to drinking glasses during a sociable meal. I tried to catch this moment of a glass tumbling, undecided yet if it is going to fall or stay upright.

 Sari Liimatta But I love Him object, 2005 / But they don´t love him pendant, 2015 Glass beads, metal link, thread (polyamide), a plastic toy  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Sari Liimatta But I love Him object, 2005 / But they don´t love him pendant, 2015 Glass beads, metal link, thread (polyamide), a plastic toy  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

Just as men are not just men, and women just women, meat is never just meat. It has it´s past and origin, a story which is so often simply forgotten. Living creatures which are very much alive until they are nothing more than materials, for those who still choose to use them. Even the life before their death is so often more than problematic, as we all know. As we all know.

 Annelies Planteijdt Beautiful City - Pink Stairs necklace, 2001 / Beautiful City-Pink Stairs Black Crystal necklace, 2015 Gold, Tantalum, pigment  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Annelies Planteijdt Beautiful City – Pink Stairs necklace, 2001 / Beautiful City-Pink Stairs Black Crystal necklace, 2015 Gold, Tantalum, pigment  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015 

 I started to re-consider a piece from 2001, that never has been sold, although I liked it very much, ‘Beautiful City – Pink Stairs’.  This piece is really symmetrical, so I decided to look for a way to separate it in two parts and finish both parts in a different way, in order to get two different pieces. I have re-collected parts of other (unsold) pieces from about the same time (1999 and 2000) and have been re-approaching and re-thinking them: I made ‘Crystals’ with them, like I did in my most recent work. So I have been mixing time and thinking. And size: the sizes I used earlier were different from the sizes I used in the later ‘Beautiful City’ series, they wouldn’t have fit. But because the ‘Crystals’ are liquid (they adapt to the square) the size of the elements was not importantanymore. So I could re-take these old pieces into the new time now, I have re-used them, re-connected them.
This ‘expansion’ offered me more possibilities: I re-used the material I already had without loss of material or time. The possibility to re-make the old pieces still exists. And it gave me two new pieces. So I multiplied my possibilities. A new life.

 Noon Passama Formal Research - A necklace, 2015 / Formal Research - H rings, 2015 Rigid clay, silver, gold  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Noon Passama Formal Research – A necklace, 2015 / Formal Research – H rings, 2015 Rigid clay, silver, gold  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

 Formal Research – A necklace (2015) composing of six chain units is the starting point of the group of six rings. A closed-end loop of each ring was divided in sections, one / two / three /… / six, by the difference between the fat and thin parts. The works were made under the following keywords: dividing / sequencing / sizing.
Formal Research initially focused on one classical type of jewellery: the chain. The project is mainly about the form of each connecting chain unit and how the unit connects to its neighbours.
During the sculpting process, the shapes were transformed because of them being in the hand and through time. I did not edit the outcomes and will present the rings as they are. The try-outs are the finals and vice versa.

 Stefano Marchetti Untitled brooch, 2007 / Untitled Revisited brooch, 2015 Silver, silver and titan powder, epoxy resin  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Stefano Marchetti Untitled brooch, 2007 / Untitled Revisited brooch, 2015 Silver, silver and titan powder, epoxy resin  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.:

 In the Nineties, in the making of the older brooch, my goal was to control the metal, to have the metal do whatever I wanted. In this latest brooch, made a few days ago, I let instead the metal take control over myself, and let it take me wherever its will would go.

Tore Svensson Mr. T brooch, 2011 / Mr. T Revisited brooch, 2015 (5 different versions) Veneer wood, acrylic paint, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015.: Tore Svensson Mr. T brooch, 2011 / Mr. T Revisited brooch, 2015 (5 different versions) Veneer wood, acrylic paint, silver  New work designed for Klimt02 Gallery in occasion of the exhibition To Recover, Barcelona, October 2015

The reason why I chosen my self-portrait, is that it is probably one of my most well known pieces of jewellery. It is made in steel and etched.  The material and techniques I mostly work with. For the Re-version I saw out the silhouette in 2 mm veneer, divided the image in 3 parts and painted them in similar but for each piece different colours, before I glued them together. The fact that they are divided in three parts, with the dark sawing-line between, gives them a comic-like impression.
This impression is even emphasised by the bigger size, which is possible by the lightness of the material, and is completely different from the original steel-one. While the surface of the steel-portrait and other previous work was the key technology for building the image, the colour for some years been a part of my jewellery.

 

To revisit, remake, salvage, reinterpret, adapt, convert, converse, rethink…
  Why have we asked some of the artists we work with as gallery owners to reinterpret one of their works? We could say it’s because we’re interested in talking about time. And by “revisiting” we mean discussing the notion of time. But in what way? That’s the question.
Time passes, it is made, interpreted, felt and suffered, it escapes, drifts away, becomes trapped or stretched, sometimes it is intelligently ignored and, why not, it is exercised. Reinterpreting a work, a fiction or precis is a way of addressing time, a way of exploring a landscape in order to try and understand it. And we thought this exercise would provide an interesting opportunity to discuss time.
Revisiting in order to reflect… an exercise for the artist.
  Are there any changes in these artists’ works? Should there be? Is time involved? Without a shadow of a doubt, the answer is yes. But that barely scrapes the surface of what we want to know.
We’re more likely to find out what we want to know if the work enables us to answer questions such as: What kind of time is involved? Is there any usefulness? Is there any spirituality? Are there any aesthetics? Is there any abstraction? Is there any progress?
The exhibition is also designed to be understood through an analysis of the different types of answers provided by the works as a whole. As you will see, there are answers that simplify, offering minor changes, non-answers, coherent answers (if you have prior knowledge of the artist’s trajectory), inspired answers, uninventive answers… As we have said, evaluating the “revisits” as a whole provides additional knowledge.
When it comes down to it, what we most value is the sensation we observe and feel when the artist takes some distance and moves away from the centre stage in an attempt to provide an answer. As observers, we believe this circumstance helps to achieve universality and thus provide an intellectual satisfaction, that of communicating and objectifying the creation to the full in order to express and play with a more authentic reality.
Revisiting in order to look afresh… the viewer’s exercise.
We switch from observation to understanding, and vice versa. We observe in order to find differences between similar things and we understand when we find similarities between different things. Accustomed as we are today to viewing several pieces in a highly random fashion, pausing to stop in order to take a fresh look at a work “inaugurated” some time ago is another exercise we wish to propose. This exercise may help us assimilate better in this era of accumulation and, on occasions, superficiality. There can be no doubt that the way in which a work attracts and engages us is based on the knowledge we may have of it.
Knowledge without criticism is an indication of the end of everything. Yet, on the other hand, what can be said of criticism without knowledge? Are we capable of enjoying what these workers of art offer us? Will we be capable of evaluating what they show us? Can we offer knowledge-based criticism? Frankly, we find there is a lack of humility on the part of the viewer. And we’re all viewers.
Let’s enjoy this opportunity.

 

 

Klimt02 Gallery
Riera de Sant Miquel 65
08006 -  Barcelona
Monday to Friday / 11 -14 and 16-19 h.

 

 

 

19/09/2015

EXPO during JOYA Barcelona OFF 2015 : ‘La Monroe i La Robadora’ – 5-10 Oct. 2015

exhibition being part of « OFF JOYA » 2015

http://www.joyabarcelona.com/images/Prensa/logo_joya.jpg

La Monroe i La Robadora   – Restaurant La Monroe y Restaurant La Robadora – Barcelona, Spain – (near La Massana)

Opening: 7 October at 22:30h

Aquesta edició de Joya, estrenyem llaços entre joiers catalans i portuguesos. No us perdeu aquesta interessant exposició que trobareu repartida en dos espais, ben propers! Una alternativa per descansar una mica del ritme frenètic de la setmana de la joieria, i acompanyar la visita d’una copeta de vi (per exemple)!

Exposició coordinada per Rosa Gomis.

JOYA 2015 OFF

Artist list   Jordi Aparicio — Bárbara Arnau — Mireia Calaf Gabriela CoelhoCatalina Gibert — Rosa Gomis — Mar SanchezCarlos SilvaTelma Simoes — Joana Taurino — Violeta Zenobia Torres

 

 

Restaurant La Monroe – Plaça Salvador Segui 1 – 08001 – Barcelona
Restaurant La Robadora – Robadors 18 – 08001 – Barcelona
phones : +34 934 419 461
+34 932 529 639

18/09/2015

EXPO ‘Subamos los colores/Enhance colours’ – Aram. Espai de Joies, Palma de Majorca (ES) – 19 Sept.-3 Oct. 2015

On Saturday it will be the 2nd stop of the « Enhance Colours » tour during the « Nit de l’Art » in Palma of Majorca.
A night when all the city is invaded by all sort of artistic proposals.
Come and join us.
We are waiting for you at « Aram. Espai de Joies« !!!!

nit del art 2015  palma de mallorca will be the 2nd stop of the Enhance_Colours /Pugem_els_colors tour.

Join us on Saturday, September 19th @AramEspaideJoies !!

 nitdelart2015  palmademallorca will be the 2nd stop of the Enhance_Colours

 

Exhibition organised by Alchimia alumni collective :

List of participants:
Akiko Ban — Andrea Coderch — Catalina Gibert — Claudia Cucchi — Elena Gil — Francesco Coda — Elisa Deval — Margherita de Martino Norante — Mª Constanza Ochoa — Mª Ignacia Walker — Maru Lopez — Poly Nikolopoulou — Selen Özus — Valentina Caprini  – Yuki Sumiya

 

Claudia Cucchi EXPO 'Subamos los colores/Enhance colours' Claudia Cucchi

catalina_gibert dans Exposition/ExhibitionCatalina Gibert

Elena GilElena Gil

akiko_ban dans Gal. Silvestre (ES)Akiko Ban

andrea_coderchAndrea Coderch

maria_ignacia_walkerMaria Ignacia Walker

Poly Nikolopoulou: Poly Nikolopoulou

Selen Ozus Jewelry | "Friends" necklace(s) 2013 - silver, porcelain, cotton thread: Selen Ozus – « Friends » necklace(s) 2013 – silver, porcelain, cotton thread

Valentina Caprini 2015Valentina Caprini

 
Carrer Missió

Missió,
07003 Palma de Majorque
aramjoies@gmail.com
tel 971572348
de dill a div de 10.30 a 14.00 i de 17.00 a 20.30h

15/09/2015

EXPO during JOYA Barcelona OFF 2015 : ‘BIJOUX EN JEU’ – Museu del Disseny de Barcelona (ES) – 1-18 Oct. 2015

exhibition being part of « OFF JOYA » 2015

http://www.joyabarcelona.com/images/Prensa/logo_joya.jpg

«BIJOUX EN JEU» Exposition des collections de bijou contemporain du MUDAC et de la
Confédération Suisse.

Opening: 1 Octubre, 18.00h

BIJOUX EN JEU presents Otto Küzli, Christoph Zellweger, Sophie Hanagarth, Angi Gut, Felix Flury, David Bielander, Max Fröhlich, Bernhard Schobinger … and many other swiss artists at Disseny HUB Barcelona

« BIJOUX EN JEU »  (Susanne Klemm, Frozen, 2007 Necklace. Polyolefin 38 x 38 x 7 cm | Collection of the mudac)

Le mudac conserve deux ensembles remarquables de bijoux contemporains, sa collection et celle de la Confédération. Fortes de près de 200 pièces, elles reflètent l’étonnante évolution d’un domaine en perpétuelle ébullition. Le bijou contemporain s’est affranchi, dès les années soixante, d’une tradition considérée comme dévitalisée. Revendiquant un statut artistique à travers la diversité des esthétiques, les créateurs ont été nombreux à dépasser la fonction décorative pour s’interroger sur les dimensions sociales, culturelles et relationnelles du bijou.
Dans les années 1980, le bijou s’est montré clairement contestataire. Explorant ses limites, utilisant quelquefois la performance et l’installation, il s’est rapproché de l’art contemporain. Toutefois depuis une vingtaine d’années, il est autant le lieu de manifestes que le moyen de revendiquer une expression individuelle.
Base de données des collections: http://musees.lausanne.ch/

Parmi les récentes acquisitions de la collection de bijou contemporain, le mudac compte le collier Bretzel de Sophie Hanagarth, qui conjugue culture populaire et mythologie classique, le collier 125 lapins de Natalie Luder, fait de dents de lapin et de fil de soie ou le collier Frozen de Susanne Klemm.

David Bielander, Scampi, 2008  Bracelet. Silver, copper, rubber band.  Diameter 10 cm. | Collection of the Confederation  | Photograph © David Bieler  #jewellery #art #davidbielander #mudac: David Bielander – scampi  bracelet 2008 Silver, copper, rubber band

Bernhard Schobinger collier 1987 cuivre, or, bois, caoutchouc, pavatexBernhard Schobinger collier 1987 cuivre, or, bois, caoutchouc, pavatex

Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Noce, 1985  Necklace. Butcher’s paper, wire.  Diameter 42 cm.  Collection of the mudac  Photograph © Olivier Laffely/AN #jewellery #art #sieberfuchs: Verena Sieber Fuchs -  « Noce » collier 1984 papier de boucher, fil acier

 Natalie Luder - collier 125 lapins - 2005-2006 -  dents de lapin, fil de soie Natalie Luder - collier 125 lapins – 2005-2006 -  dents de lapin, fil de soie

Sophie Hanagarth collier Bretzel 2009 fer forgéSophie Hanagarth collier Bretzel 2009 fer forgé

 

 

Museu del Disseny de Barcelona
Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes 37
Barcelona

Martes a Domingo, 10.00h to 20.00h
Lunes cerrado

 

 

23/08/2015

EXPO ‘Meer dan klompen en tulpen…/ Más que zuecos y tulipanes…’ – Galería Lalabeyou, Madrid (ES) – 17 Sept.-18 Oct. 2015

Meer dan klompen en tulpen… / Más que zuecos y tulipanes… 

Nederlandse sieradenontwerpers – diseñadores de Joyas holandeses – Dutch jewelry designers

Inauguracion jueves 17 de septiembre a las 21h

EXPO - LALABEYOU - MAS QUE ZUECOS Y TULIPANES

20 diseñadores de Joyas holandeses se presentarán en Madrid. Aquí un adelanto de lo que se podrá ver.
20 Dutch jewelry designers will be presented in Madrid.  Here’s a preview of what will you can expect.
Comisario – Curator : Luis Acosta

EXPO 'Meer dan klompen en tulpen.../ Más que zuecos y tulipanes...' - Galería Lalabeyou, Madrid (ES) - 17 Sept.-18 Oct. 2015 dans Birgit LAKEN (NL)

with :   Arianne van der Gaag – Birgit LakenCharlotte Molenaar – Dieuwke Raats – Eva Van Kempen – Francisca Henneman – Gemma Frowijn – Ina Hascher – Iris Weyer – Jacquelien Sluis – Jeanet Metselaar – Karin KortenhorstLinda EzermanMachteld van Joolingen - Maja HoutmanMargo Nelissen – Marjo van den Bekerom- Michela Mazzeo Timmer Privato – Miriam Verbeek – Sylvia Blickman

Linda EzermanLinda Ezerman

Karin KortenhorstKarin Kortenhorst

Charlotte MolenaarCharlotte Molenaar

Margo NelissenMargo Nelissen

Miriam VerbeekMiriam Verbeek

Birgit Laken Birgit Laken

Machteld van JoolingenMachteld van Joolingen

Ina HascherIna Hascher

Francisca HennemanFrancisca Henneman

Jeanet MetselaarJeanet Metselaar

Marja HoutmanMarja Houtman

 

 

Galería Lalabeyou
joyería contemporánea
Laura González Sanz
Travesía de Belén 2 – Local 1
28004 Madrid
0034 653300154
www.lalabeyou.com

 

 

 

19/08/2015

JOYA 2015 – Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair – PROGRAM – 8–9-10 October 2015

 JOYA Barcelona 2015 

OFFICIAL PROGRAM

(thanks to Klimt02)

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015.  - JOYA 2015 (7th Edition) Arts Santa Monica 8th October – 10th October, 2015.(Gigi Mariani necklace)

 

 

Thursday October 8th
10:00 Press Preview
11:00 – 14:00 Fair
14:00 Round table Art Jewellery Forum with Benjamin Lignel
16:00 – 21:00 Fair
18:00 Gioielli in Fermento winners presentation/ Fondazioni Cominelli Award
20:00 Enjoia’t Awards

Friday October 9th
11:00 – 14:00 Fair
14:00 Conference MUDAC with Chantal Prod’Hom and Carole Guinard
16:00 – 21:00 Fair
18:00 Autor Award
20:00 VI Yearbook Award – Arte & Joya
20:30 Cocktail with Espaijoia

Saturday October 10th
11:00 – 14:00 Fair
14:00 Conference BORAX 08001 “What do you have in your hands? “
16:00 – 21:00 Fair
19:00 Alchimia Student Award/ Legnica Gallery Award
20:00 Alliages Legacy Award 2015
20:45 JOYA 2015 Award
22:00 JOYA Official Dinner at Museo del Disseny de Barcelona

 

 

Sébastien Carré - “Oh My God..." 7m (!!) Necklace - Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsSébastien Carré - “Oh My God… » 7m (!!) Necklace – Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beads

 

 

 

 

 

 Selected artist:

Aggelika DiplariAkis GoumasAlina CarpAlja NeunerAmira JaletAnna Krol — Anna Pavlova — Artemis ValsamakiBokyeong Lee — Carolyn Baker — Cedric Chevalley — Christine JalioCristina ZaniDora HarambalakiErato Kouloubi — Esme Parsons — Eva TesarikFlorence CroisierGigi MarianiGili DolinerInbar ShahakIrene Palomar Isabelle BusnelJeemin Jamie ChungJordi AparicioJose MarínKaterina GlykaKatja ToporskiKsenia VokhmentsevaLiana Pattihis — Marie Eve Castonguay — Mia KwonMichelle KraemerMihai Basoiu (« Bashou ») — Nicolas EstradaNiki Stylianou — Nina Lima — Omri Goren — Ruriko Ito — Sébastian CarréSenay AkinSteffi GotzeStenia Scarselli — Tami Eshed — Viktoria Munzker — Xing Zhou — Yafit Ben Meshulam — Yana TankovskaYannick MurYiota Vogli Zeta Tsermou.

Beside this, we have the honor to present the winners of different international events related with art jewellery :
Marie Eve Castonguay – Winner Autor Award 2015
Gigi Marini – Winner JOYA Award 2014
Akis Goumas – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Sebastian Carré – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Anna Krol – Winner La Basílica Award 2014.

 

 

 

Santa Monica Arts Centre
La Rambla 7
08001 -  Barcelona
SPAIN
Phone: + 34 931 42 26 17

22/07/2015

JOYA 2015 – Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair – 8–9-10 October 2015

 JOYA Barcelona 2015 

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the selected artists

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015  (7th Edition)  – at Arts Santa Monica 8th–10th October, 2015.

Curated by
Paulo Ribeiro, Anthony Chevallier, Pilar Vélez, Chantal Prod´Hom, Susan Cummins, Piotr Rybazcek and Gigi Mariani.
This year the jury has choosen 47 artists based on the originality and innovation of the presented works, the use of new techniques and experimentation with new materials.

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2015.  - JOYA 2015 (7th Edition) Arts Santa Monica 8th October – 10th October, 2015.(Gigi Mariani necklace)

 Selected artist:

Aggelika DiplariAkis GoumasAlina CarpAlja NeunerAmira JaletAnna Krol — Anna Pavlova — Artemis ValsamakiBokyeong Lee — Carolyn Barker — Cedric ChevalleyChristine JalioCristina ZaniDora HarambalakiErato KouloubiEsme ParsonsEva TesarikFlorence CroisierGigi MarianiGili DolinerInbar ShahakIrene Palomar Isabelle BusnelJeemin Jamie Chung Jordi AparicioJose MarínKaterina GlykaKatja Toporski Ksenia VokhmentsevaLiana PattihisMarie Eve CastonguayMia KwonMichelle KraemerMihai Basoiu (« Bashou ») — Nicolas EstradaNiki Stylianou — Nina Lima — Omri Goren — Ruriko Ito — Sébastian Carré Senay AkinSteffi GotzeStenia Scarselli — Tami Eshed — Viktoria Munzker — Xing Zhou — Yafit Ben MeshulamYana TankovskaYannick Mur Yiota Vogli Zeta Tsermou.

Beside this, we have the honor to present the winners of different international events related with art jewellery :
Marie Eve Castonguay – Winner Autor Award 2015
Gigi Marini – Winner JOYA Award 2014
Akis Goumas – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Sebastian Carré – Winner Gioiello in Fermento Torre Fornello Award 2015
Anna Krol – Winner La Basílica Award 2014.

  Marie-Eve Castonguay -  Close up brooch from Coming and Going collection -    #kineticjewellery #lasercutting #pigments  Marie-Eve Castonguay - « Coming and Going » – Brooch – Sterling silver, mild steel, wood, resin, pigmentsFlorence Croisier  - Necklace: Ramifications, 2015 Titanium brown and gold: Florence Croisier – Necklace Ramifications, 2015 – Titanium brown and gold

Gigi Mariani Brooch: A different view, 2015 Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello patina 7,6 x 0,5 x 8,5 cm Photo by: Paolo Terzi: Gigi Mariani – Brooch A different view, 2015 – silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello, and patina

Akis Goumas - « …spirits of a Symposion, remnants of red wine … » Necklace – Silver, copper, PVC, steel, mixed techniques, threads and pigments: Akis Goumas - « …spirits of a Symposion, remnants of red wine … » Necklace – Silver, copper, PVC, steel, mixed techniques, threads and pigments

Alina Carp - “Legends" Romania , 1967 Brooch - Silver, Steel mesh, Rice papier, Resin, Pigment, Brass mesh, 24 k Gold foil: Alina Carp – “Legends »  Brooch – Silver, Steel mesh, Rice papier, Resin, Pigment, Brass mesh, 24 k Gold foil

 Sébastien Carré - “Oh My God..." France, 1989 Necklace - Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsSébastien Carré - “Oh My God… » – Necklace – Wool, leather, silk, cotton, Red tiger eyes /tiger eyes/Aventurine, beadsNikiStylianou “Vessels and Matter III: Thoughts are Concrete“ Greece, 1968. Necklace - Hand cut rubber, silk thread, oxidized silver NikiStylianou “Vessels and Matter III: Thoughts are Concrete“ -. Necklace – Hand cut rubber, silk thread, oxidized silver

Anna Krol "Childhood 89" - Ring - SilverAnna Krol « Childhood 89″ – Ring – Silver

 Ksenia Vokhmentseva Necklace: The Orchid, 2015 Wire

Ksenia Vokhmentseva Necklace: The Orchid, 2015 Wire

Christine Jalio (Finland, 1978) - “Past, Loss, Future” . Brooch - silk clay and silverChristine Jalio   – “Past, Loss, Future” . Brooch – silk clay and silver

Liana Pattihis - Necklace - Silver, silver trace chain, enamel joya 2015Liana Pattihis – Necklace – Silver, silver trace chain, enamel

Alja Neuner - porcelainAlja Neuner – porcelain

Aggelika Diplari (Greece, 1960).Necklace: Untitled, 2015 wood, Silver, Argentium silver, Pigments, AcrylicsAggelika Diplari – Necklace: Untitled, 2015 wood, Silver, Argentium silver, Pigments, Acrylics

Erato Kouloubi  - Ring - Tar, bronze, pigmentErato Kouloubi  – Ring – Tar, bronze, pigment

  Yana Tankovska Brooch: Blick, 2015 porcelain, fiber top: Yana Tankovska (Yana Tankovska & Evgeniya Tsancova) Brooch: Blick serie, 2015 – porcelain ,textiles- cotton-knitted cotton rope

Gili Doliner -  Wish tank Oxidized 925 silverGili Doliner ♡ Wish Tank + tiny treasures ♡

Gili Doliner -  Wish tank (& tiny treasures) Oxidized 925 silver

Mirage — BOKY LEE (bokyeong.lee) -  Double clasps bangle  Gold and silver plated brass   77 x 106 x 70 mm  Photography: Sylvain DeleuBOKY LEE (Bokyeong Lee) -  Mirage —Double clasps bangle  Gold and silver plated brass  77x106x70 mm – Photo  Sylvain Deleu

Sébastien Carré Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 Awarded at: Gioielli In ...Fermento 2015Sébastien Carré Ring: Several scales of grape, 2015 Awarded at: Gioielli In …Fermento 2015

 (Jeemin) Jamie Chung Brooch: Two drops, 2015 Brass (Jeemin) Jamie Chung Brooch: Two drops, 2015 Brass

  Jordi Aparicio Brooch: Anima, 2015 Silver 930/000, gold and platinoJordi Aparicio Brooch: Anima, 2015 Silver 930/000, gold and platino

Nicolas Estrada Brooch, Kap Arkona, 2014 Silver, quartz, wood, electric componentsNicolas Estrada Brooch, Kap Arkona, 2014 Silver, quartz, wood, electric components

 Katerina Glyka - “Weapons” Greece, 1963 Necklace - Bronze, concrete, glass, wire, rope  Katerina Glyka - “Weapons” Greece, 1963 Necklace – Bronze, concrete, glass, wire, rope

Yannick Mur “SIGNES” - Brooch - Gold and silver threadYannick Mur “SIGNES” – Brooch – Gold and silver thread

Yafit Ben Meshulam “Cocoon” (Israel) - Necklace - Plaster 3D, silver, goldYafit Ben Meshulam “Cocoon” (Israel) – Necklace – Plaster 3D, silver, gold

Cedric Chevalley - “Blownishere” (Switzerland) - Necklace - SIlver and enamelCedric Chevalley – “Blownishere” (CH) – Necklace – SIlver and enamel

Stenia Scarselli “Per piano solo” - Brooch - Ebony, silverStenia Scarselli “Per piano solo” – Brooch – Ebony, silver

CAROLYN BARKER -AU - Oregon brooch   (Sterling silver, shibuichi, shakudo)   . $725: Carolyn Barker – AU – Oregon brooch   (Sterling silver, shibuichi, shakudo)

Viktoria Münzker “Frangibilis" - Necklace - Porcelain, Liquid Porcelain, pearls, precious stones Viktoria Münzker “Frangibilis » – Necklace – Porcelain, Liquid Porcelain, pearls, precious

Xing Zhou “Oh Wow collection” (China) Necklace - Silver, CrystalXing Zhou “Oh Wow collection” (China) Necklace – Silver, Crystal

 

 

Santa Monica Arts Centre
La Rambla 7
08001 -  Barcelona
SPAIN
Phone: + 34 931 42 26 17

 

 

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