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29/10/2012

SeulGi KWON : new works

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),plastiques,Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR),SIERAAD (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 18:26

  SeulGi Kwon -   Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award "First Prize"    http://gioiellocontemporaneo.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/le-motivazioni-del-cominelli-2012/SeulGi Kwon -   Cominelli Foundation 2012 Award « First Prize »   

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  21 x 11.5 x 4.5 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅴ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel
SeulGi Kwon - 2012 - broochSeulGi Kwon – 2012 – brooch

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 - brooch (DETAIL)SeulGi Kwon – 2012 – brooch (DETAIL)

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅳ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, artificial hair, stainless steel  14 x 8 x 4 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -   Baek is back Ⅳ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, artificial hair, stainless steel  14 x 8 x 4 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  13.5 x 9 x 3 cmSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel  13.5 x 9 x 3 cm

SeulGi Kwon - 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch (DETAIL) -  silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steelSeulGi Kwon – 2012 -  Baek is back Ⅵ / Brooch (DETAIL)

09/07/2012

EXPO ‘Body extension’ – The 8th Gallery, Tokyo (JP) – 6-10 Juill. 2012

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Fabienne VUILLEUMIER (FR),GALERIES,Japon (JP),Korea (KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

Fabienne Vuilleumier -  at The 8th Gallery, Tokyo, Japon «Body extension» International group exposition (6 -10 juillet 2012)   & at Korean Craft Center, Séoul, Corée «Body extension» International group exposition (26 juin 2012 – 03 juillet 2012)

Fabienne Vuilleumier -  The 8th Gallery, Tokyo, Japon « Body extension » International group exposition (6 -10 juillet 2012)    Korean Craft Center, Séoul, Corée « Body extension » International group exposition (26 juin 2012 - 03 juillet 2012)

Fabienne Vuilleumier - necklaceFabienne Vuilleumier – necklace

Fabienne Vuilleumier - Collier en plexi articulé par des rivets en argent.Fabienne Vuilleumier – Collier en plexi articulé par des rivets en argent

Fabienne Vuilleumier - Perles enfilées dans plusieurs tubes thermo formables étirés. Les fils joints sont assemblés par des anneux argent. Les perles serties servent de système d'attache.Fabienne Vuilleumier – Perles enfilées dans plusieurs tubes thermo-formables étirés. Les fils joints sont assemblés par des anneaux argent. Les perles serties servent de système d’attache

Fabienne Vuilleumier - detail necklaceFabienne Vuilleumier – detail collier

Fabienne VuilleumierFabienne Vuilleumierbracelet « Villa Dutoit »

bracelet - Fabienne Vuilleumier GastaldiFabienne Vuilleumier – bracelets « Villa Dutoit »

bracelet - Fabienne Vuilleumier GastaldiFabienne Vuilleumierbracelets « Villa Dutoit »

Fabienne Vuilleumier - bracelet modulable. Argent 925, fourrure cousue sur une bande velcro.Fabienne Vuilleumier – bracelet modulable. Argent 925, fourrure cousue sur une bande velcro.

EXPO 'Body extension' - The 8th Gallery, Tokyo (JP) - 6-10 Juill. 2012  dans Exposition/Exhibition
Fabienne Vuilleumier - Quartz et bandelette en plastique thermo formable sur corps de bague argent 925
ring by fabienne vuilleumierFabienne Vuilleumier -  bague quartz carré

07/06/2012

EXPO ‘Nora Rochel: One Piece’ – Space Duru, Seoul (Korea) – 29 Mai-11 Juin 2012

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Korea (KR),Nora ROCHEL (DE),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 1:34

Nora Rochel’s newest body of work is a hommage to the age old technique of lost wax casting, giving new meaning to the term One Piece. Taking the saying literally, her new creations are all cast in one piece, thanks to the unique technique of connecting all pieces using tiny sprues which allow the liquid metal to flow through the cast, eliminating the need to join the metal pieces. As a humorous reminder that a dress is just a one cast version of a blouse and skirt, Nora Rochel adds a new element to her work by introducing cloth structures and laces in unexpected places.

Nora Rochel

The exhibition will be also on show from the 12th of June until the 12th of July at Gallery Atta in Thailand, Bangkok.

Nora Rochel  Necklace: Untitled 2010  925 Silver, blackened  Photo by Janusch TschechNora Rochel  Necklace: Untitled 2010  925 Silver, blackened  Photo by Janusch Tschech

 

 

Space Duru
619-8 Sinsa-dong
Gangnam-gu – Seoul
Republic of Korea
website: www.spaceduru.com
mail: spaceduru@hotmail.com

 

05/06/2012

EXPO ‘Imitation & Deception’ – Gallery Yedam, Seoul (Korea) – 6-26 Juin 2012

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Korea (KR),Serin OH (KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:41

Serin OH solo exhibition at Gallery Yedam

Serin OH Serin OH jewelry Serin OH Serin OH

 

 

Gallery Yedam
yedam@galleryyedam.comDong 26-2, Jongno-gu, Séoul 
T. +82-2-723-6033

16/05/2012

COUP de COEUR : Young Geum Cho « Performing Shell »

Young Geum Cho « Performing Shell »

« Once, I asked a shop assistant in a Tiffany’s store if I could get one of their boxes. The assistant flustered. I actually expected such reaction as I knew that the package nowadays is not a mere wrapping box.
Packaging is regarded as being as significant as the actual substance of commercial products. Even more so, packaging has become more significant than the actual content.
I combine jewellery and packaging in my jewellery work in order to make my own statement about the relationship between surface and substance in commercial culture.
With my artistic statement about packaging, I am shaping a critical discussion on the overwhelming illusion of consumption related to brand myths in commercial culture. »

(Konstfack Degree Exhibition 2012)

 

Performing Shell

Performing Shell

Performing Shell

Performing Shell

06/12/2011

DECOUVERTE : Yoon Ah PAIK

Classé dans : blog ArtJewelryForum,COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Yoon Ah PAIK (KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04

Born and raised in Seoul, Yoon Ah PAIK graduated from Pratt Institute N.Y. with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in spring 2011. Paik’s work was created as part of her jewelry senior thesis, which is inspired by the repeating and three-dimensional patterns of the cactus. Her collection references two different elements of the plant—its prickly exterior and fleshy core—and employs multiple materials such as silver, fabric, plastics, and natural pearls to represent the cactus’s unique forms and textures.

Pratt Institute is uniquely positioned as the only school in New York City to offer a comprehensive course of study in jewelry and metalsmithing resulting in a BFA

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Yoon Ah PAIKBarrel Cactus Bracelet -  sterling silver – - (Senior Jewelry Thesis Show)

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Yoon Ah PAIK –  Prickly Pear Cactus Necklace -  sterling silver, fresh water pearls

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Yoon Ah PAIK –  Spine Necklace – sterling silver, fresh water pearls

25/11/2011

COUP de COEUR : SeulGi KWON, new works 2011

Classé dans : brooches,COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),plastiques,Seul-Gi KWON (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:34

Always so MAGICAL, so mysterious, so attractive !!

SeulGi KWON says :

« As root of subject matter of art, nature provided infinite possibility of creation and we created artworks based on continuous study and experience toward art from past to present. In the past, roots were selected within the scope that can be experienced visually but due to development of science technology even microscopic parts are used as subject matter of art. Together with development of natural science, visual images that were not experienced in the past were created and this helped us to cause new imagination to us. Based on these experiences, we are able to create organic form in a new viewpoint which is different from the past.
There are organisms that pursue changes while it complies to certain rule known as order and harmony within the nature. These organisms are consists of cells. Unit cells itself shows various change in forms at each stage during the course of creation, grow, division, and extinction. The course of change gives fantasy about unpredictable ‘organism’ and organic form itself of cells which are basic unit of life formation contain element of infinite fantasy.
By analyzing cell form and shape through basic element of model, we arranged shape trait of cell as line, form and color. We used it as basic shape measure and instead of reproduce it as itself we expressed 2nd dimensional image that can be considered from the subject.
We actively expressed organic movement of cell with its mysterious color and its constant changing form by using silicone which is synthetic resins as its major component, and made spectator and wearer to feel interest by texture and materiality and transparency of silicone. » https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/293619_289963114364553_100000525993380_1096392_423404921_n.jpg

SeulGi KWON brooch 2011 -silicone, pigment, plastic, thread, stainless steel

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SeulGi KWON  brooch 2011  silicone, pigment, plastic, thread, wood, stainless steel
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SeulGi KWON  Untitled brooch – 2011 – silicone, pigment, glass bead, thread, stainless steel
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SeulGi KWON  untitled  brooch – 2011 – silicone, pigment thread, plastic, glass bead, stainless steel

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SeulGi KWON- Untitled  brooch – 2011  silicone, pigment sterling silver, thread, stone, glass bead, stainless steel

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SeulGi KWON Untitled  brooch – 2011  silicone, sterling silver, thread, stone, stainless steel

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SeulGi KWON Untitled – brooch – 2011 – silicone, pigment, plastic, thread, wood, stainless steel (detail)

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SeulGi KWON Untitled  brooch – 2011 – silicone, pigment, thread, stainless steel

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SeulGi KWON brooch 2009 – silicone, plastic, stainless steel

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SeulGi KWON brooch 2009  silicone, plastic, thread, stainless steel

31/10/2011

SIERAAD Art Fair 2011 – 7 jewellers from South Korea – Amsterdam (NL) – 3-6 Nov. 2011

10th SIERAAD Art Fair 2011

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among the Special projects:
7 jewellers from South Korea:
Choonsun Moon , Dongchun Lee, Heejoo Kim, Jimin Kim, Seulgi Kwon, Yeseul Seo, Woori Bae

SIERAAD Art Fair 2011 - 7 jewellers from South Korea - Amsterdam (NL) - 3-6 Nov. 2011 dans Choonsun MOON (S.KR) Choonsun-Moon1

Choonsun Moon

ldc01 dans Dongchun LEE (KR)

Dongchun Lee

Heejoo-Kim_2 dans Heejoo KIM (S.KR)

Heejoo Kim

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Jimin Kim – brooch- brass, Korean paper, latex

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Seulgi Kwon

C_Yeseul-Seo_1_RR dans Hollande (NL)

Yeseul Seo

01_woori dans Jimin KIM (S.KR)

Woori Bae
 

SIERAAD ART FAIR
Gashouder WesterGasterrein
Klönneplein 1
1014 DD Amsterdam
the Netherlands

21/07/2011

COUP de COEUR : Sung-Yeoul LEE – Knot so Precious ……

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Sung-Yeoul LEE (KR),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:03

SungYeoul Lee
 » My goal is associating the idea of intimacy in jewelry object to the body. Intimacy is intrinsic to the jewelry/wearer relationship. Historically, individuals have worn jewelry not only to adorn their body but to express their physical or mental condition. As conceptual approaches to jewelry making today became popular, jewelry artists keep trying to consciously communicate their thoughts through the jewelry works. Jewelry are no longer simply body adornment; some widen our senses and challenge our perceptions. For these reasons, the idea of intimacy became a significant source of inspiration.
In my current body of works, I am trying to visualize intimate relationship between jewelry form and our body. I cast single or group of precious stone shapes which symbolize ‘Jewelry’ and they are embedded, inserted or growing in the organic form and it represented extension of human body. To do so, my works indicate a deep affinity and ties with wearer. I feel that it expresses the physical and conceptual connection between piece and wearer. It is important to me that the wearers can be able to feel themselves connected with the jewelry while wearing my works. »

Intimacy (Rope and Knot)  
« I use the rope and knot as a symbol of intimate relationship. Using them allows me to comment on my personal experience. The use of rope and knot relate to me both physically and conceptually implying emotional intimacy. »

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SungYeoul Leerings- Ring / Poly rope, Tool dip, Aluminum / 2006

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SungYeoul Lee – Intimacy- rope & knot- necklace 2006

 

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SungYeoul Lee« I am hitched » -Brooch – Poly rope, Tool dip, St.silver – 2007

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SungYeoul LeePierce me -Brooch- Silver, Copper, Powder coating, Tool dip- 2007

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SungYeoul LeePenetration -Brooch- St.silver, Resin, Poly rope, Tool dip-  2007

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SungYeoul LeeKnot so Precious rings

 

Intimacy (Faceted Stone form)
My goal is associating idea of intimacy in jewelry object to the body. When the piece is on the body, it seems to being embedded or to penetrate the wearer. I feel that it expresses the physical and conceptual connection between piece and wearer. It is important to me that the wearer can be able to feel themselves connected with the jewelry while wearing my work. It is very meaningful in promoting the intimacy between wearer and the work itself.

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SungYeoul LeeConnection -Brooch – St.silver, Wire cable – 2008

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SungYeoul Lee ‘Intimacy’ -Brooch – St.silver, Wire cable-2008

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SungYeoul Lee Sprout -Brooch – St.silver, Wire cable, Tool dip- 2008

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SungYeoul Lee Sprout -Brooch – St.silver, Wire cable, Tool dip – 2008

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SungYeoul Lee‘Implant’ – Brooch – St.silver, Shibuichi, Cable wire, Tool dip – 2009

 

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02/06/2011

COUP de COEUR : Myung URSO – ELEGANCE ………..

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Myung URSO (S.KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

 Myung URSO last works

« My imagination transforms itself from memories and personal stories. Painterly surfaces and sculptural forms influence my contemporary jewelry aesthetic.
Assisting my elderly mother with hand sewing and the traditional ways for the preparation of food helped to shape my hand skills. The shaping of rice cake and arranging vegetables for winter storage enhanced my visual aesthetic. My previous work experience as an editor/reporter and art curator has broadened my knowledge and interpretation of contemporary jewelry.
Calligraphy and sewing serve as my fundamental techniques, which I have practiced throughout my lifetime. Calligraphy has always fascinated me in how the brush stroke touches and enlivens the surface of a paper or fabric. Black ink lines and patterns often reveal meaningful symbols, letters or poetic landscapes.
The collaboration between metal and various fiber materials enhance my ability to create.
Materials have their own character and offer many unique shapes, colors, patterns and textures.
I challenge myself to emphasize the special characteristics and beauty of materials while expanding the boundaries in creating an original identity for my jewelry art forms »

Myung URSO - Neckpiece Wraparound 2011
Myung URSO – neckpiece ‘Wraparound’ 2011 – Silk, thread, sterling silver, lacquer

Myung Urso - neckpiece 'Stroke'  2011
Myung URSO  - neckpiece ‘Stroke’  2011 – Hanji (Korean mulberry paper), oriental ink, sterling silver, lacquer

Myung Urso - neckpiece 'Combination' 2011
Myung URSO  - neckpiece ‘Combination’ 2011 – Hand-dyed cotton, Hanji, thread, sterling silver, lacquer

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Myung URSO  - necklace ‘Variation’ 2011 – Hanji, twig, acrylic paint, sterling silver, lacquer

Myung Urso - brooch 'Morning Glory' 2011
Myung URSO  - brooch ‘Morning Glory’ 2011 Silk, thread, sterling silver, lacquer

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Myung URSO  - necklace ‘Message’ 2011 – Old Korean book, hanji, polymer clay, sterling silver, lacquer

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