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08/03/2017

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (87) – TONE VIGELAND – Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich (DE) – 11 Mars-11 Juin 2017

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TONE VIGELAND. JEWELLERY – OBJECT – SCULPTURE

at Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich, Germany
Opening 10.03.2017 from 7.00 p.m.
Press conference: 10.03.2017 from 11.00 a.m.

TONE VIGELAND:

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Tone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 1994 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl: Tone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 1994 Silver Photo by: Guri DahlTone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 2001 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl: Tone Vigeland Necklace: Untitled, 2001 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl

 

Scandinavian studio jewelry is inconceivable without her and her works. As early as the beginning of the 1960s Tone Vigeland’s jewelry objects were routinely included in what are today legendary publications and exhibitions, such as the International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery held 1961 in the Goldsmiths Hall London, which first familiarized the public with the emerging art style of studio jewelry. Now, to mark her 80th birthday, Die Neue Sammlung is devoting its first solo exhibition in Europe outside Scandinavia to the grand dame of Scandinavian studio jewelry – 50 years after Vigeland’s first solo exhibition in 1967 in the Kunstnerneshus in Oslo.

  Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 2017 Silver Ø 6,6 cm Photo by: Guri Dahl  Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 2017 Silver Ø 6,6 cm Photo by: Guri Dahl

 

 

 

With their flowing shapes Tone Vigeland’s pieces generally fit snugly despite being made of metal. Vigeland oxidizes the light shiny silver until it is as black as iron. Through contact with the skin the silver regains its play with the light, and lent and dreamt of metallic color variations. Every piece becomes individualized through virtue of being worn. Though they stand out for their size and volume, the objects consist of an incredibly large number of tiny hand worked parts – minute pipes twisted from silver wire, precisely cut rectangular and round discs or tiny pellets and rings – so cleverly joined together as to be invisible to the naked eye. Tone Vigeland’s art on the body appears simultaneously modern and archaic.
About the artist:
Born 1938 into one of the most famous artist families of Norway Vigeland’s artistic training began 1955 at the Statens Håndverk-og Kunstindustriskole Oslo (today Kunsthøgskolen in Oslo, National Academy of the Arts). To learn goldsmith work she moved 1957 to the Oslo Vocational School. In 1958 she joined the avant-garde artist cooperative Plus in Frederikstad, where several of the works she designed as a student were produced in series. Earrings worked from a single silver loop, whose restrained simplicity and linearity was typical for the style in Scandinavia after World War II, were successfully produced until 1985. In 1961, Tone Vigeland opened her own workshop, and began producing one-offs. Since then she has produced many world-famous items of jewelry which have been honored with numerous distinctions. These are now on show for the first time in a solo exhibition featuring 150 of her works.
  In a high-profile exhibition in Galerie Riis 1995 in Oslo, Vigeland took an important step into a different dimension – namely art in architectural space – and simultaneously a move away from decorative art that cites the human body. This move from the body to free space seems a huge one, and yet was quite a logical step for Tone Vigeland.
The very highest distinction have accompanied the artistic oeuvre of this extraordinary Norwegian artist: the Prince Eugen Medal from Sweden in 1988, appointment as Commander of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav in 1996, the Anders Jahre Art Prize and in 2008 she received the Golden Ring of Honor from the Association for Goldsmiths’ Art in Hanau.
  The exhibition was realized with the kind support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Oslo, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Berlin, the Royal Norwegian Consulate in Munich and the Danner-Stiftung, and in cooperation with Norwegian Crafts, Oslo.
In January 2018 the exhibition will be on show in Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum in Trondheim.

Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 1997 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl: Tone Vigeland Bracelet: Untitled, 1997 Silver Photo by: Guri Dahl

 

 

Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum
Pinakothek der Moderne, Rotunda,
Türkenstrasse 15
80333 -  Munich
GERMANY
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28/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Ute van der PLAATS at LOOT spring 2017

Ute van der PLAATS

have been selected to participate in the 2017 spring edition of LOOT: Mad About Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. From April 4 through 8, 2017

‘LOOT: Mad About Jewelry’ Returns this Spring with 54 Artists from 21 Countries

LOOT spring 2017

From April 4 through 8, 2017, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) presents LOOT: MAD About Jewelry, the annual exhibition and sale of contemporary art jewelry. Now in its 17th edition, LOOT presents a cross-section of the most exciting cutting-edge art jewelry designs, while offering the public a rare opportunity to meet and acquire pieces directly from some of the most skilled creators in the field. A striking example of the evolving possibilities of jewelry as an art form, LOOT: MAD About Jewelry champions the vision and craftsmanship of outstanding art jewelers—most of whom have never before shown work in the United States.

This year’s edition welcomes 54 artists from 21 countries, the majority of whom have never been shown in New York. All were selected by Bryna Pomp following a full year of travel and research. For the first time, LOOT will feature three artists from Iceland and one from Romania. There will also be artists from Argentina (1), Austria (2), Belgium (1), Canada (1), Denmark (3), Finland (2), France (5), Germany (4), Greece (2), Holland (1), Israel (1), Italy (5), Korea (2), Norway (1), Portugal (1), Spain (2), United Kingdom (10), and United States (6). [.....]

The 2017 presentation includes driftwood, neoprene, marble, sheer plywood, textiles, ceramic, aluminum, beading, and acrylic. A significant trend this year is the use of recycled materials, including china tableware, plastic bottles and shopping bags, and even skateboards.”
This year, over two dozen artists have designed jewelry using natural forms as their subjects. Artists showcasing their nature-inspired designs include Hebe Argentieri (Argentina); Katharina Eder (Austria); Ute van der Plaats (Belgium); Aino Favén (Finland); Silke Lazarević (Germany); Guðbjörg Ingvarsdóttir (Iceland); Mario Salvucci (Italy); Sowon Joo (Korea); Sunyoung Kim (Korea); Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud (Norway); Raluca Buzura (Romania); Ana Hagopian (Spain); Jane Adam (UK); Jacqueline Clarke (UK); Olivia Creber (UK); and Iradj Moini (USA). Visitors will meet Finnish artist Inni Pärnänen, who makes floral designs using sheer plywood, and English artist Rie Taniguchi, whose jewelry depicts animals and birds. Fellow English jewelry artist Olivia Creber uses molten metal with minerals, while French artist Delphine Nardin uses sea glass, gold, and silver to design jewelry inspired by the ocean. And Icelandic artist Helga Mogensen uses driftwood and visible threads to create unique statement necklaces. »

 

THE LOOT ACQUISITION PRIZE
Awarded by a jury, the LOOT Acquisition Prize seeks to recognize a LOOT jewelry artist whose work reflects a maturity in artistry and concept; exhibits both a superior and experimental understanding of materials and form; and demonstrates expertise in technique and execution. The 2017 jury is chaired by William and Mildred Lasdon Chief Curator Shannon R. Stratton, Assistant Curator Barbara Paris Gifford, and LOOT Curator Bryna Pomp. The 2017 LOOT Acquisition Prize will be awarded on April 3 at the Opening Benefit dinner.

2017 LOOT ARTISTS (click to see more pictures):

Jane Adam
Hebe Argentieri
Kate Bajic
Giulia Barela
Ferràn Iglesias Barón
Marianne Batlle
Abigail Brown
Ilka Bruse
Raluca Buzura
Michelle Cangiano
Jacqueline Clarke
Cor Sine Labe Doli
Olivia Creber
Julie Decubber
Anne Dinan
Katharina Eder
Gaëtan Essayie
Aino Favén
Liliana Guerreiro
Aurélie Guillaume
Ana Hagopian
Guðbjörg Ingvarsdóttir
Sowon Joo
Jeong Ju Lee
Kaori Juzu
Sunyoung Kim
Saerom Kong
Konrad Laimer
Silke Lazarević
Tara Locklear
Lucy Martin
Jo McAllister
Rhona McCallum
Helga Mogensen
Iradj Moini
Gerda and Nikolai Monies
Delphine Nardin
Iris Nijenhuis
Semeli Androulidaki and Labros Papageorgiou
Inni Pärnänen
Amalia Petsali
Anna Porcu
Hélène Prime
Hlín Reykdal
Andrea Rosales-Balcarcel
Mario Salvucci
Louise Seijen ten Hoorn
Inbar Shahak
Rie Taniguchi
Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud
Karola Torkos
Kristin Urup
Ute van der Plaats
Katrin Zimmermann

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Ute van der PlaatsUte van der Plaats

« Born in Germany and based in Brussels, Belgium, Ute van der Plaats has worked as a jewelry designer since 2009. In addition to contemporary jewelry, she has a passion for graphic design and ceramics, and her latest collection combines these three disciplines. A few years ago, she discovered porcelain—the white gold—and fell in love with it. Since then, this pure material has become the starting point in the creation process of her jewelry collections. She is attracted by its translucent white color, the fragile appearance that belies a surprisingly solid character, and the almost sensual texture of unglazed porcelain. By integrating different materials, such as 3D-printed ornaments and digitally designed images, into handcrafted porcelain creations, she translates traditional jewelry concepts into contemporary pieces. « 

Ute van der PlaatsUte van der Plaats

Ute van der Plaats - add a little of blue ..... fevr 2017Ute van der Plaats - add a little of blue ….. fevr 2017

Ute van der Plaats - add a little of blue ..... fevr 2017Ute van der Plaats – add a little of blue ….. fevr 2017

 

ARTIST HIGHLIGHTS :

  • Ferràn Iglesias Barón (Spain) has over 20 years of experience in goldsmithing, encompassing academic studies and written publications, teaching, and exhibitions. He is the recipient of numerous awards. Essence and meaning are two driving forces of his growth and creative process. Barón uses the interaction of different mediums and chromas to express emotion, transcending aesthetics to create a new form of beauty and appeal.
  • Ute van der Plaats (Belgium) integrates different materials, such as 3D-printed ornaments and digitally designed images, into handcrafted porcelain creations, thus translating traditional jewelry concepts into contemporary pieces.
  • Michelle Cangiano (Australia) produces limited-edition handmade contemporary jewelry and one-off pieces for private commissions. For her “Paper Cuts” collection, Cangiano draws on her painting background and employs the simple yet time-consuming technique of threading and knotting paper discs to create pieces that seem to shift and change color as they move with the wearer.
  • Julie Decubber (France) specializes in antique porcelain and earthenware plates, turning ordinary objects into unique jewels that explore the theme of memory. Decubber cuts and reassembles pieces in order to highlight what is precious in the ordinary, applying techniques of the jeweler, stonecutter, and potter to generate elegant and unexpected combinations.
  • Aino Favén (Finland) moves between art and design to explore the achievements of nature and man. Her pieces made of translucent plastic bags are subtle comments on the large trash islands floating in oceans and endangering nature and wildlife. They also serve as memorial garlands for birds and other animals who have died from eating plastic waste.
  • Aurélie Guillaume (Canada) is reviving the idea of narrative in enameling through a contemporary context fueled by street art, comics, pop art, and counterculture. A jeweler, enamelist, and illustrator, she begins her designs with illustrations, which through the process of enameling are given new life in the physical world as wearable objects.
  • Guðbjörg Ingvarsdóttir (Iceland) takes inspiration from the Icelandic wilderness. She allows her collections to continually evolve, underlining the organic process of translating concept into finished article.
  • Sunyoung Kim (Korea) finds inspiration in the world of plants, which though frail have a strong hold on life. She focuses on representing this strength with thin metal plates, which she processes through hammering and injection using various chasing tools.
  • Konrad Laimer (Italy) has defined his works through themed workshops ranging from jewelry to objects and graphics. Through installations, international workshops, and multimedia works, he transfers his concepts to various artistic mediums and locations. The Alps have become Laimer’s main source of inspiration in regard to both themes and materials.
  • Silke Lazarević (Germany) focuses on natural materials, with the aim of expressing their inherent qualities and various potentialities. She finds inspiration in the coincidence involved in the process of working with parchment, which as a natural product follows its own logic.
  • Helga Mogensen (Iceland) creates neckpieces of all sorts, as well as smaller-scale works such as earrings, using driftwood in combination with thread and sterling silver. Mogensen considers the thread to represent human connection.
  • Iradj Moini (United States), a jewelry designer with a background in architecture, specializes in the usage of bold stones. In 2006, his jewelry was on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of Iris Apfel’s collection, in addition to being featured at the Louvre, where he has three pieces in the permanent collection.
  • Delphine Nardin (France) designs jewelry around pieces of found sea glass, rough stones formed billions of years ago, and other collected relics. She combines these found eroded treasures with 18-karat gold or silver to create completely unique, delicate, and understated pieces of wearable history, which forge new links between archaeology and modernity.
  • Hélène Prime (France) creates unique pieces made of horn and of leather, each adorned with semiprecious stones. All of her creations are handmade with the greatest care in Paris and produced in limited series, using metal gilded with fine gold and natural stones.

 

 

Museum of Arts and Design (MAD Museum)
Jerome and Simona Chazen Building / 2 Columbus Circle /
New York, NY 10019
(212) 299-7777

EXHIBITION AND SALE HOURS
Tuesday, April 4: 10 am to 7 pm
Wednesday, April 5: 10 am to 8 pm
Thursday, April 6: 10 am to 9 pm
Friday, April 7: 10 am to 6 pm
Saturday, April 8: 10 am to 6 pm
Entrance is free with Museum admission.
For questions regarding LOOT 2017, please call Rebekka Grossman at 212.299.7712 or email rebekka.grossman@madmuseum.org.

 

 

 

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03/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Rafael Luis ALVAREZ – KOSMOS en el Museo José Hernandez en Buenos Aires (Argentina) – 10 Fevr.-13 Mars 2017

Rafael Luis Alvarez (ARGENTINA)

COLECCIÓN KOSMOS,UNA COLECCION DE PINTURA, DIBUJOS, FOTOGRAFIA Y JOYERIA

Museo José Hernandez en Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Inauguracion Viernes 10 de febrero 2017 18:30 hs
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS, UNA COLECCION DE PINTURA, DIBUJOS, FOTOGRAFIAY JOYERIA:
El viernes 10 de febrero de 2017 a las 18.30 horas el Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández inaugura la exposición KOSMOS. Joyería, fotografía, dibujo y pintura.
Reconocido como uno de los más destacados orfebres contemporáneos de Argentina, Rafael Álvarez reflexiona acerca de lo sutil y contenedor, lo liviano y etéreo, la intuición, lo fantástico y la imaginación. El cosmos, un gran hueco que se crea a cada instante, nuestro espacio cercano que a cada minuto aparece y desaparece interpelado por sus límites.
Las obras surgen de una búsqueda artística subjetiva, conceptual y material con la intención de querer expresar en la joyería cualidades relacionadas a lo femenino. El metal entonces se presenta como demasiado rígido. La investigación lo lleva por los caminos de la pintura, el dibujo,  la fotografía y el video, y encuentra en el caucho las cualidades deseadas.
Kosmos es un  universo femenino. Gea, Ceres, Maya, Venus, Diana, Metis, Io y Hera son las mujeres que habitan este espacio. Representantes de una estirpe mitológica que al mirar el infinito no se nombran aunque están presentes.
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS –   collarRafael Alvarez – KOSMOS – necklace
Rafael Luis Alvarez -  KOSMOS –   collarRafael Alvarez - KOSMOS – necklace – detail
Rafael Alvarez - KOSMOSRafael Alvarez – KOSMOS
Rafael Alvarez - KOSMOSRafael Alvarez - KOSMOS

 

 

Museo de Arte Popular José Hernández
Av. del Libertador 2373 – CABA – Buenos Aires – Argentina
extensioncultural_hernandez@buenosaires.gob.ar
Téléphone : +54 11 4802-9967

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10/01/2017

EXPO ‘Look What I Did. New Rings by DOT’ – Villa Bengel (DE) – 7 Dec. 2016-7 Mars 2017

Look What I Did. New Rings by DOT

opening Wednesday, 7th of December 2016 from 18 h

Look What I Did. New Rings by DOT 07Dec2016 - 07Mar2017 Villa Bengel Idar Oberstein, Germany

The exhibition shows works from DOT, a recently graduated student of the Masters programme from the Hochschule Trier.  After his graduation this spring, he startet to make a collection of rings, questioning his own and the wearers identity. What is male, what is female? What role plays the artistic expression? And who is the « I » in DOT, who made these Rings?

 Exhibition display. - DOT MELANIN rings: Exhibition display. – DOT MELANIN rings

 

« While viewing the rings you recognize a gender study. Both feminine and masculine forms are expressed by inner containing worlds, of phallus and aggressive forms. A combination of gemstones and metal connect to each other by layers and phases.
Metal that heals a wounded stone, a setting that simulates a gemstone to the human mind. Within you see a complexity of materials, colour and size that creates a sculptural object, however still maintaining its original function as a ring.
« / DOT

 Exhibition display. - DOT MELANIN ring: Exhibition display. – DOT   ring

DOT. Ring: I am sentimental if you know what I mean, love the pieces but can’t stand the scene, 2016. Cacholong, reconstructed agat,  fine silver, glass, borax, charcoal and lead. Photo by: Nima Ashrafi.: DOT. Ring: I am sentimental if you know what I mean, love the pieces but can’t stand the scene, 2016. Cacholong, reconstructed agat,  fine silver, glass, borax, charcoal and lead. Photo by: Nima Ashrafi.

Exhibition display. - DOT MELANIN rings: Exhibition display. - DOT MELANIN rings

Dot Melanin  ring: Dot   ring

Dot Melanin ring: Dot   ring

Dot Melanin rings: Dot Melanin rings

Dot Melanin ring: Dot Melanin ring

Dot Melanin: Dot Melanin rings

 

 

Villa Bengel 
Wilhelmstraße 42a
55743 Idar-Oberstein
Telephone: +49 (0)6781 – 27030
Fax: +49 (0)6781 – 23549
E-Mail:  info@jakob-bengel.de

 

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06/11/2016

EXPO ‘Triple Parade Exhibitions’ – SHENGXI Art Museum, Tianjin / Gauguin Gallery, Beijing (China) – 10 Nov. 2016-16 Janv. 2017

«Triple Parade Exhibitions» 

SHENGXI Art Museum at Tianjin (China), & then Gauguin Gallery at Beijing

Triple Parade in Tianjin: 10th.NOV – 10th.DEC. 2016
Location: Shengxi Museum of Fine Arts, Tianjin

Triple Parade in Beijing: 17th.DEC.2016 – 16th.JAN.2017
Location: Gauguin Gallery Beijing, Wangjing SOHO.

Triple Parade exhibitions in Tianjin & Beijing Exhibition  /  10 Nov 2016  -  17 Jan 2017 - Tianjin Shengxi Museum of Fine Arts & Gauguin Gallery Beijing

The main exhibition TRIPLE PARADE 2016 -  Dialogue Across You and Me to Them: Creator, Wearer, Viewer  – Central Traveling Exhibition Represented 110 jewellery designers & artists from 14 countries.

The Triple Parade 2016 international annual exhibition is a cultural exchange which is expanded between China and the rest of the world on a multitude of level, devoted to the hardcore awakening in jewellery design, with a very open and contemporary-oriented approach by focusing on the concept of dialoguing.

The pervious themes were: Triple Parade 2015 – Dialogue across Three Countries, Triple Parade 2014 – Dialogue across Three Generations. This year, the term Dialogue across You and Me to Them: Creator, Wearer, Viewer in our theme is vitally important marks the notion of social interaction. We believe that the significance and multiple capacities of the dialogue mark have not been truly recognized. Each of the three roles in a dialogue, which are briefly introduced in the plate sections devoted to them, addresses one perspective on how  » Dialogue » plays a progressive position in the contemporary jewellery design of our period. Jewellery examines how we define self, integration and segregation, the means used for communication – and how these issues are reflected in creative work.

the artists and designers will be part of this year’s TRIPLE PARADE Central Exhibitions are:
Karin JohanssonPaul DerrezLin Cheung — Dinie Besems — Kim Buck Lauren KalmanEzra Satok-WolmanKatja Prins Joo Hyung ParkSofie BoonsChiara Scarpitti Trinidad ContrerasAisegul Telli — Ana Filipa Braganca — Gular MustafaDukno Yoon Hester Popma-Van De Kolk — Joson Thomson – Juan Harnie Marie-Louise Kristensen –  Marion DelarueMinna KarhuRuta Naujalyte Sangji YunSara Gackowska — Lee Yojae — Lee Myungjoo — Hong Kyunghee — Zixuan Feng — Zheng Yu — Haiming Ren — Dingchen He — Zhicheng  Zhou — Wei Zhou — Jingyao Sun — Ye Zhang — Yiping Zeng — Danyi Zhu — Yuxuan Zhu — Anqi Li — Heng Li — Wenqian Li — Muzi Li — Dongdong Zhuang — Jie Sun — Jing Li — Guangyao Yang — Xiao Liang — Yanli Duan — Hangchen Duan — Jinwei Chi — Zhaokun Wang — Jun Hu — Bai Xie — Yi Zhao — Xinan Yu — Hui Guo — Xiaodai Huang — Zhaodan Zhang — Kui Shu — Shijian Zhao — Peter Rust — Kirsi Manninen — Anne Bader — Shaofei Zhang & Qian Wang — Ying Jiang — Lin Ju — Yin Chang — Wenqi Xu — Hongyu Xu — Yan Li — Wenqian Li — Feiyu Lin — Liyin Wang — Weiming Lu — Ma Lu — Quanxia Chen.

Ra Gallery Selection:   Sam-Tho Duong — Monique Vierling — Julian Steimer — Noon Passama — Thanh Truc Nguyen — Floor Mommersteeg — Bogki Min — Peter Hoogeboom — Mirjam Hiller — Karin Herwegh — Hartog & Henneman — Hilde Foks — Reka Fekete — Sarah Enoch — Sylvia Blickman — Paul Derrez.

K.A.U. COLLECTION Selection: Ted NOTEN — Lucy SARNEEL — Birgit LAKEN –Peter HOOGEBOOM — Willem HONING — Gemma DRAPER — Warwick FREEMAN — Bettina SPECKNER — Marc MONZO — Georg DOBLER.

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at TRIPLE PARADE

 » TRIPLE PARADE 2016 will open its door at 10th NOV in Tianjin in China, it embraced the aspirations in a great ambition, setting up an intensive program consisting of exhibitions, publication, workshops, forum, lecture, which included dialogues with international collaboration partners from Netherlands, United States, United Kingdom, China, Denmark, Spain. The exhibition represented an enormous challenge to everyone involved in purely quantitative terms: with over 260 works by more than a hundred designers and artists from 14 countries. 11 experts from 8 countries have been exclusively invited to be in Tianjin as speaker on the Design Forum. The publication consists of 7 groups of interviews, including 14 experts on board, giving perspectives from education, collecting, creating, curating, wearing, and dealing on contemporary jewellery design. I am confident that it will open up new perspectives on the giant, and I would like to invite all the visitors to discover the greatly relevant designs from a field so full of surprises, with such a future ahead of it. » Jie Sun (founder of Triple Parade)

 at TRIPLE PARADE


 

* Shenxi Art Museum
12 Nancheng street
Nankai District -  Tianjin
CHINA

 

* Gauguin Gallery
Wang Jing S O H O Zhong Xin T 2
chaoyang Qu -  Beijing
CHINA

 TRIPLE PARADE

 

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10/09/2016

OFF JOYA 2016 – EXPO ‘CONFLUENCIAS’ – Museo del Modernismo, Barcelona (ES) – 22 Sept.-16 Oct. 2016

OFF JOYA 2016 – « LES CONFLUENCES« /CONFLUENCIAS / CONFLUENCIES

Ramón Casas and Contemporary Jewellery Museo del Modernismo de Barcelona
Opening: 22 September, 19.00h
Press Conference: 21 September, 11.00h
curated by Nichka Emme /The Morning Bark

 

OFF JOYA 2016 - "LES CONFLUENCES" Ramón Casas and Contemporary Jewellery Museo del Modernismo de Barcelona

(Ramon Casas,  « Dama con peineta i mantón », c.1915,   carbon sobre papel, 58×44 cm – Gothsland Galeria D’Art -  …for Jorge Manilla ……)

 

List of paints by R. Casas and Jewellery Artists:
“El petó de bona nit”, 1890, Gigi Mariani (Italy) and Flóra Vági (Hungary).
Recogiendo la ginesta”, 1899, Judy McCaig (Scotland/Spain).
“Dama amb foulard vermell”, 1901, Karin Johansson (Sweden).
Dama con sombrero”, Maria Rosa Franzin (Italy).
“Dama vestida amb gavardina i tocat”, 1899-1903, Flóra Vági (Hungary).
Manola con mantilla”, 1915, Sungho Cho (South Korea).
“Chula con manto y pañuelo rojo”, 1898, Lucia Massei (Italy).
Júlia”, 1915, Kazumi Nagano (Japan).
Figura femenina”, 1898, Lydia Hirte (Germany).
Dama con peineta i mantón”, 1915, Jorge Manilla (Mexico).

Les confluences. Ramon Casas y la joyería contemporánea

« En el marco de la 8ª edición de JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair, la comisaria y experta en historia del arte Nichka Marobin, comisaria de la muestra, nos presenta el proyecto de “Les Confluences | Las Confluencias”. Nuestro particular homenaje a Ramon Casas continúa: un paso más allá que abasta un territorio híbrido, un diálogo entre la pintura modernista y la joyería artística.

La exposición tendrá lugar del 22 de septiembre al 16 de octubre, donde podremos apreciar un diálogo artístico, confluencia de ideas, patrones, colores y texturas entre las pinturas del artista catalán Ramon Casas y piezas de joyería artística de nivel mundial. El proyecto es el testimonio de la repetición de motivos ornamentales, adornos decorativos y texturas similares mediante la yuxtaposición de piezas de joyería contemporánea y pinturas extraídas directamente del período modernista.
En la muestra se podrá disfrutar de un Ramon Casas, en su Año oficial, enfrentado a diez artistas de diferentes nacionalidades, con su particular visión del universo de la joya contemporánea. Una sinfonía artística de colores, texturas y emociones, que danzan alrededor de las obras de Casas. Las sensaciones que transmiten sus óleos y dibujos atrapan a estos artistas, inspiradas en un Casas más actual que nunca.
Mundos aparentemente diferentes como son la pintura y la joyería artística, el Modernismo y el arte contemporáneo: sutiles broches, brazaletes o pendientes de originales contrastes, encuentran en esta exposición su espacio, su conversación, poética y sugerente. Una muestra que acerca fuentes artísticas de raíz diversa –técnica y culturalmente- para compartir la inagotable capacidad creativa de los artistas y del ser humano. »

cuadros que son joyasen in « Descubrir el Arte« 

The project is the testimony of repeating ornamental motives, decorative ornaments and similar textures by juxtaposing pieces of artistic jewellery and paintings taken directly from the modernist period, is comparing two forms of artistic expression different time and space come together harmoniously together.
An artistic dialogue, confluence of ideas, patterns, colors and textures among the paintings of the Catalan Modernist painter Ramón Casas and art jewelry pieces of 10 renowned artists worldwide.

RECOGIENDO LA GINESTA, c.1899, carbó i cera sobre paper/ carbón y cera sobre papel - Museu del Modernisme de Barcelona  matched with JUDY McCAIGRamon Casas, « Recogiendo la ginesta », c.1899,   carbón y cera sobre papel -Museu del Modernisme de Barcelona
-  matched with jewelry by  JUDY McCAIG

Judy McCaig  Brooch: Across Time and Space I, 2016  Steel, 18ct gold, silver, herkimer diamond crystals, aluminium, paint, perspex.  9.9 x 6.7 x 1 cm: Judy McCaig –   Brooch: Across Time and Space I, 2016  Steel, 18ct gold, silver, herkimer diamond crystals, aluminium, paint, perspex.  9.9 x 6.7 x 1 cm:

RAMON CASAS, Dama amb peineta i mantó/ Dama con pineita y mantón, c.1915, carbó sobre paper/ carbon sobre papel, 58x44 cm – Gothsland Galeria D’Art. JORGE MANILLA (Mexico/Belgium), Who of us has lost the most, 2016 - Mixed media, leather, nylon thread, wood - 45 x 11 x 8 cmRAMON CASAS,  « Dama con pineita y mantón », c.1915,  carbon sobre papel, 58×44 cm – Gothsland Galeria D’Art.
JORGE MANILLA
, « Who of us has lost the most », 2016 – Mixed media, leather, nylon thread, wood – 45 x 11 x 8 cm

OFF JOYA 2016 -  -  confluences - Ramon Casas chica con manto rojo - Lucia Massei bracelet  Ramon Casas « chula con manto y pañuelo rojo » – Lucia Massei Bracelet: Rosso Cionsapevole, 2013
Copper, pigments, mixed media, fine gold  (picture from « Descubrir el Arte« )

RAMON CASAS,   FLÓRA VÁGI  RAMON CASAS,  Dama vestida con gabardina y tocado, 1899-1903,  carbón y pastel sobre papel
FLÓRA VÁGI  , Sun lost in waves, brooch – cedar wood, pigment, acrylic paint, silver, steel – 9 x 5.5 x 2 cm

 Ramon Casas - Manola con mantilla - broche Sungho Cho (en "Descubrir el Arte"):  Ramon Casas – Manola con mantilla – broche Sungho Cho (from « Descubrir el Arte« )

OFF JOYA 2016 - "confluences" - Ramon Casas    / Kazumi nagano:  Ramon Casas « Julia »   / Kazumi Nagano brooch Wowen Linen paper, gold 18kt, nylon thread, 950 slver.  ( picture from « Descubrir el Arte« )

RAMON CASAS, Dama amb foulard vermell/ Dama con Foulard Rojo, c. 1901, Tècnica mixta sobre paper/Técnica mixta sobre papel – 60x45 cm - Museu del Modernisme de Barcelona  KARIN JOHANSSON (Sweden), Sweep, earrings, 2016 - sawing, bending and soldering - 11 cm, gold and acrylicRAMON CASAS,  Dama con Foulard Rojo, c. 1901,  Técnica mixta sobre papel – 60×45 cm – Museu del Modernisme de Barcelona
KARIN JOHANSSON  , Sweep, earrings, 2016 – sawing, bending and soldering – 11 cm, gold and acrylic

 

 

Museo del Modernismo CatalánMMBCN
Carrer de Balmes 48,
08007 Barcelona
mmcat@mmcat.cat
Tel. +34 932722896
Fax +34 932724276

https://twitter.com/MuseuModernisme

Horario : Lunes cerrado / Martes a sábado de 10:30h a 19h / Domingos de 10:30h a 14h
Tuesday to Saturday, 10.30h to 19.00h Sunday, 10.30h to 14.00h Monday closed

The Morning Bark – blo(g)azette on arts and humanities | founded by Nichka Marobin

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04/09/2016

EXPO ‘BASALT- Volcanic bijoux’ – Geological Museum, Ramat Hasharon (IL) – 26 Sept. 2016-31 Janv. 2017

BASALT- Volcanic bijoux -

Soon in the  Geological Museum  -

Opening on Monday September 26th, 20h30

An international exhibition that reunites 25 artists from Europe and Israel who have created jewelry especially for this show, utilizing basalt as the central motif.
Taking into consideration the unique properties of this igneous rock – its natural structure, color and texture – the artists have created pieces that provoke questions about preciousness, esthetics, mythology and beliefs.
The exhibition was originally shown in Agde, France (a city built from basalt) in 2015 and was re-curated for the Geological Museum in Ramat HaSharon. / Jean-Yves Le Mignot, Curator, Rachel Sasporta, Curator in charge

BASALT- Volcanic bijoux -  Soon in the Geological Museum. :

« Taking into consideration the unique properties of this igneous rock – its natural structure, color and texture – the artists have created pieces that provoke questions about preciousness, esthetics, mythology and beliefs. « 

Artist list :    Vered Babai — Christian Balmer — Yakov Bloch — Brune BoyerEsther BrinkmannSeliena Coyle –  Johanna DahmClara DenidetGeorg Dobler Marine DominiczakPia FarrugiaSophie HanagarthNaama HanemanNoga Harel — Lia Kirel — Florence Lehmann — Taïr Delia Littman — Stefano Marchetti –  Eliane MichelRenzo PasqualeRamon Puig CuyàsPhilip SajetIlona SchwippelAnnamaria Zanella


Marine Dominiczak - "Noyade au Cap d'Agde".  EXPO noir comme basalteMarine Dominiczak – «Noyade au Cap d’Agde» Copper, basalt, patinated bronze, hemp rope  20 x 9 x 8 cm and …. VERY HEAVY !

 Annamaria Zanella Ring: Monolite, 2016 Basalt 3.8 x 1.8 x 3.6 cm Photo by: Marco Furio Magliani: Annamaria Zanella Ring: Monolite, 2016 Basalt 3.8 x 1.8 x 3.6 cm Photo by: Marco Furio Magliani

 Ramon Puig Cuyàs Brooch: Metamorphic, 2016 Nickel silver, basalt, ColorCore, acrylic painting, reconstructed pink choral 8 x 6.1 x 1 cm Photo by: Ramon Puig Cuyàs:  Ramon Puig Cuyàs Brooch: Metamorphic, 2016 Nickel silver, basalt, ColorCore, acrylic painting, reconstructed pink choral 8 x 6.1 x 1 cm Photo by: Ramon Puig Cuyàs

 Stefano Marchetti Ring: Untitled, 2016 Gold, basalt-resin 4 x 2.5 x 3 cm Photo by: Stefano Marchetti: Stefano Marchetti Ring: Untitled, 2016 Gold, basalt-resin 4 x 2.5 x 3 cm Photo by: Stefano Marchetti

  Georg Dobler Brooch: Untitled, 2016 Silver, basalt, red paint  11 x 3.5 x 1 cm Photo by: Georg Dobler: Georg Dobler Brooch: Untitled, 2016 Silver, basalt, red paint  11 x 3.5 x 1 cm Photo by: Georg Dobler

Vered Babai Pendant: Black orchids, 2015 Basalt, resin, polymer 7 x 6 x 2 cm Photo by: Vered BabaiVered Babai  Pendants: Black orchids, 2015 – Basalt, resin, polymer  7 x 6 x 2 cm Photo by: Vered Babai

Sophie Hanagarth - "Dyke" 2015 -basalt; resin  13/7/3 cm -expo BASALT - Sophie Hanagarth   »Dyke » 2015 – basalt, resin  13/7/3 cm

Lia Kirel - NOIR comme BASALTE: Lia Kirel

expo BASALT - Christian Balmer-'Spitzberg' 2016-forged iron, white gold, silver, basalt, diamond: Christian Balmer - ‘Spitzberg’ 2016- forged iron, white gold, silver, basalt, diamond

expo BASALT - Yakov Bloch- 2015- basalt, silver, polymer: Yakov Bloch - 2015 – basalt, silver, polymer 11x5x1,6cmexpo BASALT - Seliena Coyle-Carraig Dubh #1-2015 silver, image on Di-bond, basalt, steel: Seliena Coyle  brooch « Carraig Dubh #1″-2015 silver, image on Di-bond, basalt, steel 10x10x6cm
Taïr Delia Littman. Ring: The trail, 2016. Basalt, silver, gold plated, 24k gold leafs, resin, polymer. 3 x 3.5 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Vered Babai.Taïr Delia Littman. Ring: The trail, 2016. Basalt, silver, gold plated, 24k gold leafs, resin, polymer. 3 x 3.5 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Vered Babai

Renzo Pasquale. Brooch: BAS-ALT, 2016. Basalt, gold, steel. 8.7 x 6.1 x 1.5 cm. Photo by: Marco Furio Magliani.Renzo Pasquale. Brooch: BAS-ALT, 2016. Basalt, gold, steel. 8.7 x 6.1 x 1.5 cm. Photo by: Marco Furio Magliani.

 Philip Sajet ring at "BASALT" Philip Sajet ring for « BASALT »

 

Programme

A conference on contemporary jewelry will be held before the opening at Yad Lebanim, 3 HaMahteret st, Ramat HaSharon.

19:00   Welcome and greetingsRachel Sasporta, curator in charge.
19:10   Behind the scenes: nursing, staging, curating contemporary jewelery - Nicole Brémond, marketing and communication, luxury goods (Paris)
19:40   Eyes sink into stone: my work and other stories - Johanna Dahm, contemporary jeweler (Zürich)
20:30   Exhibition opening in the Geological Museum.

Admission is free.

 

The Geological Museum
12 Hapalmach st
Ramat HaSharon -  Ramat Hasharon
ISRAEL
geo.museum@ramat-hasharon.muni.il
Phone: 972 03 5497185


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15/06/2016

EXPO – ‘Krama school – Contemporary jewelry’ – Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, Athens (GR) – 15-28 Juin 2016

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Grece (GR),KRAMA (GR),Lalaounis Jewelry museum (GR) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:29

Krama students’ exhibition at Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum

The exhibition will extend until Tuesday 28.06.16 !!!

 Inauguration  wednesday June 15th, 17.00

Krama school -  at Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum(Jewelry on the poster: Stefania Sioufa/ poster artwork by Chrisini Chatzioanoglou)

Krama school shows students’ work at Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum
participants:   Eleni Athanasopoulou –  Xenia Deimezi –  Victoria Ioannidou — Anastasia Karantrantou –  Maria Koutmani –  Toni Papadimitriou –  Katerina Roumelioti –  Stefania Sioufa –  Chrisini Chatzioanoglou

 Stefania Sioufa - "Storm" for today / brooch  Stefania Sioufa - « Storm » for today / brooch

 Unit 2 Mythologie - Eleni Athanasopoulou "a woman's flight" bronze; leather Eleni Athanasopoulou – Unit 2 Mythologie - »a woman’s flight » bronze; leather

Victoria Ioannidou.- Krama school: Victoria Ioannidou
Stefania Sioufa -  "Let your thoughts go away" brooch Stefania Sioufa -  « Let your thoughts go away » brooch
Toni Papadimitriou - unit nature/" Big Island " brooch   - bougainvillea branch/pencil scrapes/plasticine/salt/resin/silver Toni Papadimitriou - unit nature/ » Big Island  » brooch   – bougainvillea branch/pencil scrapes/plasticine/salt/resin/silver

 Victoria Ioannidou - "life troubles..." - cotton fabric,acrylics,thread,silicone,foam,woodVictoria Ioannidou – « life troubles… » – cotton fabric,acrylics,thread,silicone,foam,wood

Katerina Roumelioti - bracelet "safety point"  - silver_copper_alpaca_cotton_cv_glue‬: Katerina Roumelioti - bracelet « safety point »  – silver_copper_alpaca_cotton_cv_glue

   Katerina Roumelioti  bracelet - "my paths, my ways" / LIMITS bracelet by Katerina Roumelioti bronze, cotton, cv, glueKaterina Roumelioti  bracelet – « my paths, my ways » / LIMITS bracelet by Katerina Roumelioti bronze, cotton, cv, glue

 

Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum
tel +30 21 0922 1044
http://www.lalaounis-jewelrymuseum.gr/en/

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04/06/2016

EXPOs – ‘DIALOGHI AGC/JJDA’ – Museo di Storia Naturale del Mediterraneo, Livorno (IT) – 4-11 Juin 2016

DIALOGHI tra AGC e JJDA Associazione gioiello contemporaneo Giapponese (Japan Jewellery Designers Association)

Museo di Storia naturale del Mediterraneo , Livorno

inaugurazione sabato 4 giugno alle ore 18

 

DIALOGHI-DIALOGUES – Italy/Japan

Dopo la tappa livornese (Museo di Storia naturale del Mediterraneo) la mostra andrà alla

* Fondazione Cominelli (25 June – 24 July 2016, Cisano di San Felice/B Salò, Italy),

* poi all’ Museo Oratorio di S. Rocco a Padova (Italy) (23 September – 5 November 2016),

* per poi fermarsi al Museo del Bijou di Casalmaggiore (Italy) (26 Novembre 2016 – 15 Gennaio 2017)

AGC - JJDA PROJECT “DIALOGHI” 対話 ITALY – JAPAN - Curated: AGC Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo Italy JJDA Japan Jewellery Designers Association http://www.it.emb-japan.go.jp/150/it/eventi/dialoghi.html - 4-11juin 2016 Livorno / .../ 24sept-6nov 2016 Padova / 26nov2016-15janv2017 Casalmaggiore ITALY:

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Japanese selected authors (JJDA members):
Chisa TAKAGI — Eiko NAKAHARA  — Emiko SHIGETA  — Eriko UNNOErina KASHIHARA  — Fumiki TAGUCHIFumie HIRAKAWA  — Fumie SUMA  — Harumi TAKANAKA  – Itto MISHIMA — Kimiko IINO  — Keiko KOBARIKeiko TSUBOI  — Koichi HIRAKO  — Makiko YUKI  –  Makoto HIEDA  — Mariko KOBAYAKAWA — Mario SUGA — Masako SAWAMOTO — Mayumi YASUGI — Michie KITADA — Mineri MATSUURA — Nagi NAKAJIMA — Nahoko FUJIMOTO  — Nobuko NISHIWAKI — Nobuko WASHIMI  — Noriko HATANAKA — Norihiro KIUCHI  — Satomi ITO  –  Setsuko TANEZAWA  — Sumiko YAMAZAKI  — Takako KOMIYA  — Takashi KOJIMA — Taeko NARUMI — Tomoaki KIYOTA  — Yayoi OSHIMA  — Yoko SATO  — Yoshiko UCHIDA  — Yumi SHIRAO — Yutaka NAGAI

Italian selected authors (AGC members):
Francesca ANTONELLO — Adrean BLOOMARDRoberta BERNABEIPatrizia BONATI – Anna Maria CARDILLO — Luisa CHIANDOTTO — Corrado DE MEOClara DEL PAPAElisabetta DUPRE’Flavia FENAROLIAnna FORNARIRita MARCANGELOMaria Rosa FRANZINNicoletta FRIGERIOLucilla GIOVANNINETTIAngelo LOMUSCIO – Chiara LUCATO — Gigi MARIANISimona MATERI — Marco MINELLI — Paola MIRAI — NALJ Jewels — Eliana NEGRONI — Margareta NIEL — Tania PALAZZI — Liana PATTIHIS — Alessandra PASINI — Roberta PAVONE — Marco PICCIALI — Alba POLENGHI LISCA — Daniela REPETTO –  Stefano ROSSIChiara SCARPITTISergio SPIVACHStefano SPIVACHClaudia STEINERYoko TAKIRAISilvia VALENTIBarbara UDERZOGabi VEITCaterina ZANCA

 

 

 

Museo di Storia naturale del Mediterraneo
Via Roma 234
57128 Livorno  Italy

31/05/2016

EXPO ‘Joya – la inspiracion en el pasado’ – Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), Burgos (ES) – 31 Mai-2 Oct. 2016

Today May 31 Opening at 6:30 pm 

« Jewel – The inspiration in the past »

at the Museo de la Evolución Humana (Museum of Human Evolution) in Burgos.

« Joya – la inspiracion en el pasado » (Bijou – l’ inspiration dans le passé) au Musée de l’Evolution Humaine de Burgos en Espagne (Museo de la Evolución Humana). L’exposition sera visible jusqu’en Septembre 2016 .

La podéis visitar en la zona de talleres del MEH hasta el 2 de octubre con entrada libre. Contiene diseños de 30 joyeros de todo el mundo que se han inspirado en algún aspecto de la Prehistoria. No os la perdáis!!

EXPO 'Joya - la inspiracion en el pasado' - Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), Burgos

   Artist List:        Akis Goumas – Beth LeggCarla García Durlan Carlos Pastor  — Carlos Reano –  Clara del Papa Gigi Mariani Gold & Roses –  Hege OsdalenJee Hye Kwon – Jordi Aparicio –  Jorge Manilla José Marín  – Juan José García Martín –  Judy McCaig – Katerina Glyca Laura Gómez — Laura González – Lluís Comín – Mabel Pena – Maria Diez – Montserrat Lacomba   Patricia Domingues – Niki Stylianou -- Paul AdiePilar Cotter – Rosa NoguésSara SernaSébastien Carré –  Trinidad Contreras

 

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La muestra, que reúne diseños de 30 joyeros de once países distintos, entiende la joyería como parte de nuestra historia cultural y se podrá ver hasta octubre de forma gratuita en la Sala de Talleres del MEH El Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), ha presentado la exposición ‘Joya. La inspiración en el pasado’, que se podrá ver gratuitamente en la Sala de talleres (planta -1) del MEH hasta el próximo2 de octubre. Este proyecto, comisariado por Sara Serna, reúne trabajos de una treintena de joyeros de todo el mundo que entienden la joyería como parte de nuestra historia cultural y que, inspirados en la Prehistoria y utilizando diferentes técnicas y materiales, pretenden conmover al visitante ensalzando la joya como un elemento conceptual, superando el valor ornamental de las mismas. La exposición, puesta en marcha por la Consejería de Cultura y Turismo en el MEH, contiene piezas de 30 joyeros de once países distintos. Así, diseñadores de España, Reino Unido, Argentina, Grecia, Venezuela, Italia, Noruega, República de Corea, Bélgica, Portugal o Francia exhiben diversas técnicas innovadoras, materiales, formas y texturas en joyas artísticas con una inspiración y una investigación prehistórica, con el fin de conmover al asistente y buscar una reacción en la expresión de las piezas.

Sébastien Carré - broche 2016 - EXPO 'Joya - la inspiracion en el pasado' - Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), Burgos (ES) - 31 Mai-2 Oct. 2016: Sébastien Carré – « Couches Archéologiques » – Broche -2016 Papier Japonais, Laque Japonaise, poussière d’aluminium, Ruby Zoisite, Turquoise d’Afrique, Aigue Marine, perles rocaille, soie, coton //  » Archaeological Layers » – Brooch – 2016 Japanese paper, Japanese Lacquer, Aluminum powder, Zoisite’s Ruby, African Turquoise, AquaMarine, beads, silk, cotton

Lluís ComínLluis Comin:
Lluís Comín - « España » collar – plata, oro, bronce, mica, patinas

- Niki Stylianou - EXPO 'Joya - la inspiracion en el pasado' - Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), Burgos  http://www.museoevolucionhumana.com/:  Niki Stylianou

Jorge Manilla- SCHMUCK 2015: Jorge Manilla - Sacrifices II  (presented at SCHMUCK 2015)

Gigi Mariani - Per il MEH ho fatto una collana "inclusion" soliti ingredienti   2016: Gigi Mariani – Per il MEH  collana « inclusion »   2016

Gigi Mariani -   collana "inclusion" 2016 (detail)Gigi Mariani -   collana « inclusion » 2016 (detail)

Hege Osdalen - necklace 2016Hege Osdalen – necklace (detail) Clara Del Papa - TAIMA-T prehistoric hug ringClara Del Papa – TAIMA-T prehistoric hug ring

Clara Del Papa - TAIMA-T prehistoric hug ringClara Del Papa – TAIMA-T prehistoric hug ring

 Mabel Pena - Huellas de tiempos Collar Detalle - Photo:Ruben Andon Mabel Pena – Huellas de tiempos Collar Detalle – Photo:Ruben Andon

Mabel Pena - Huellas de tiempos Collar Detalle - Photo:Ruben Andon: Mabel Pena – Huellas de tiempos Collar Detalle – Photo:Ruben Andon

 Jee Hye KwonJee Hye Kwon

Montserrat Lacomba - Brooch  “Transformed Halberd” Brooch 50 x 130 x 10 mm Silver, copper and enamel 2016Montserrat Lacomba - Brooch  “Transformed Halberd” Brooch 50 x 130 x 10 mm Silver, copper and enamel 2016

Carlos Pastor - manopla-objeto - pergamino - EXPO 'Joya - la inspiracion en el pasado' - Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), Burgos: Carlos Pastor – manopla-objeto – pergamino de cabra

Jose Marin - Collar. "La Dama de la Cova del Parpalló".Jose Marin - Collar. « La Dama de la Cova del Parpalló ». silex, hueso, crin de caballo, titanio, oro

Rosa Nogués Freixas  - EXPO 'Joya - la inspiracion en el pasado' - Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH), Burgos: Rosa Nogués Freixas
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* el MEH realizará el taller ‘Pequejoyeros’ para conocer qué es una joya y cuándo nuestros antepasados comenzaron a fabricarlas. Esta actividad, en la que los participantes fabricarán sus propias joyas, se desarrollará los días 27, 28 y 29 de julio, de 11 a 12.15 horas, para niños y niñas de entre 4 y 7 años y los mismos días para menores de de 8 a 12 años de 12.30 a 13.45 horas.

* El MEH organizará la conferencia ‘La joya, más allá de la belleza’, por parte de Sara Serna, comisaria de la exposición, quien dará a conocer el objetivo y resultados de esta muestra, dando a conocer cómo todo el proceso creativo de la joyería actual lleva detrás una investigación, una innovación y un estudio que, en este caso, nos remite a nuestro pasado más remoto. La charla será el jueves, 22 de septiembre, en el Salón de Actos del MEH. La ponente invitará a reflexionar sobre las joyas en relación con materiales y utensilios prehistóricos que se asemejan en formas y texturas a obras contemporáneas.

 
Museo de la Evolución Humana (MEH)

Paseo de la Sierra de Atapuerca, 2.
Burgos.
http://www.museoevolucionhumana.com/
tel 34 902 024 246

 

 

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