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20/09/2014

SUSPENS ….. for JOYA 2014

Classé dans : Catalina GIBERT NADAL (ES),COUP DE COEUR,Espagne (ES),JOYA (ES) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:03

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –

…. more new works by Catalina Gibert ? new colors ? Here is the SERRA serie

Her work will be presented at JOYA 2014 among the selected Collectives (AAC)

Catalina Gibert | Serra_2014 NecklaceCatalina Gibert | Serra_2014  Necklace

Catalina has become a friend. A dear friend (well, I hope !). I love her work. But more than her work, I admire here tenacity, and what she makes evolving her project, her first idea of jewelry …. Onec upon a time, there was (there is) MEDITERRANEAN.The colors, the smells …. the sea, the nature ….well, the « nature » : you will not see « little flowers » in Catalina Gibert Jewelry. It began with lemons, yes, but more than a lemon, ONE lemon, what was important was the SERIE of lemons, their color, at 1st sight, but their form(s), their « granulation » , their texture : having in front of you ONE lemon you could thought « OK, it’s a lemon … (what else ?) » … but was important to see, to touch ALL of them, together …. This beginning could have been « dangerous », after the lemons, the flowers ? the branches ? the trees ? ….
NO ! she continued with COLORS of Mediterranean, and with TEXTURES … with the sailing’s world : materials, ropes, woods, corks, nets …  (see series « aMare » and « M.A.R. ») .… all the rough of things, all the vivid life of colours …

Catalina Gibert -  aMARE inspirationCatalina Gibert  Catalina Gibert -  aMARE inspiration (up) – working on M.A.R. (bottom) – importance of colors & textures

Catalina Gibert  Llimona_2012  BroochCatalina Gibert  Llimona_2012  Brooch

Catalina Gibert  Llimona_2012  Brooch series

Catalina Gibert 6 lemon brochesCatalina Gibert- Lemons, 2012, 6 brooches, foam, paint, silver 5.8 x 3 cm, photo: Federico Cavicchioli

Catalina Gibert M.A.R._2013 BroochCatalina Gibert M.A.R._2013 Brooch – | linen canvas·acrylic paint·water colours·gold·brass

Catalina Gibert M.A.R._2013 BroochCatalina Gibert M.A.R._2013 Brooch

Catalina Gibert - Serra 2014 - Mediterranean pine burnt wood - linen thread - acrylic paint - MODIFIED PHOTOCatalina Gibert - Serra_2014 – Mediterranean pine burnt wood – linen thread – acrylic paint

Catalina Gibert | Serra_2014 NecklaceCatalina Gibert | Serra_2014 Necklace

Catalina Gibert | Serra_2014 | NecklaceCatalina Gibert| Serra_2014 | Necklace

19/09/2014

SOURIEZ ….. vous êtes photographié ! :-)

Classé dans : Autriche (AT),COUP DE COEUR,JOYA (ES),Susanne BLIN (AT) — bijoucontemporain @ 22:57

Susanne Blin and her humoristic « lil’ portraits »

well, more than « portraits », masks, faces, humoristic ? secrets, enigmatics, like African masks ….

Her work will be presented at JOYA 2014 among the selected collectives (ANIMA)

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –

« Schmuck ist ein Medium der Kommunikation« 
« I live a dream of strange opulence in my pieces. And I feel understood when people laugh. »

Susanne Blin silver #brooch #Mononoke forrest spiritSusanne Blin  brooch #Mononoke forrest spirit – 2013 – 925/000 Silber, Amethyste, Glas, 750/000 Gold, 0,06ct Brillant, Farbe

Susanne Blin Brosche 925/000 Silber, 750/000 Gold, Türkise, KoralleSusanne Blin  Brosche 925/000 Silber, 750/000 Gold, Türkise, Koralle
Susanne Blin - Anhänger 925/000 Silber KoralleSusanne Blin – Anhänger 925/000 Silber Koralle – 2013
Susanne Blin - Anhänger 925/000 SIlber, 750/000 Gold, Aquamarin, Alexandrite, RubineSusanne Blin – Anhänger 925/000 SIlber, 750/000 Gold, Aquamarin, Alexandrite, Rubine
Susanne Blin  - Anhänger 925/000 Silber, 750/000 Gold, Korallen, 0,06ct BrillantSusanne Blin  - Anhänger 925/000 Silber, 750/000 Gold, Korallen, 0,06ct Brillant
Susanne Blin - Anhänger 925/000 Silber, 750/000 Gold, Perlen, Knochen, Rauchquarz, FarbeSusanne Blin – Anhänger 925/000 Silber, 750/000 Gold, Perlen, Knochen, Rauchquarz, Farbe

 

18/09/2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 – Selected SCHOOLS

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –  Art Jewellery Fair, October 9, 10 and 11, 2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –
***
SCHOOLS : this year 8 schools have been selected, with a total of 37 students, which show their new approaches in design, creativity and originality.
* seven national schools :
Escola Massana : Centre d’Art i Disseny (Barcelona) –
Arsenal : Escola Municipal D’Art (Barcelona) –
Escola D’Art i Superior de Disseny (EASD) Valencia
Escuela de Arte 3, Madrid –
Escola Superior de Disseny i Art Llotja , Barcelona –
Escola d’Art i Disseny de Tarragona EADT
* and the prestigious school Rietveld Academy from the Netherlands as a guest school.

 

Gerrit Rietveld Academy presents  Garam Jung – Giedre Lisauskaite Mio Fujimaki Misato Unno —  Veselina Popova

Giedre LisauskaiteGiedre Lisauskaite

Gerrit Rietveld Academy presents Misato Unno Misato Unno

Gerrit Rietveld Academy presents Veselina Popova Veselina Popova

 
Escuela de Arte 3 , Madrid, presents : Covadonga Rios — Eliana Klenicki — Gimena Caram
Covadonga Rios (Escuela de Arte 3 ) Covadonga Rios
 
Escola Municipal d’Art Arsenal, Barcelona,presents :  Nirka Panoso
 
Escola Superior de Disseny i Art Llotja, Barcelona, presents  :  Yuko Yamada
Escola Massana Barcelona, presents :  Natsumi Kaihara.
Natsumi Kaihara PFC pieza2 -  Polyphony of silence - Pin / Stainless steel, brass gold plating 75 × 25 × 15
Natsumi Kaihara  -  Polyphony of silence – Pin / Stainless steel, brass gold plating 75 ×25×15
Escola d’Art i Disseny Tarragona presents  :  Laura Juanós
Laura JuanósLaura Juanós
Escola d’Art del Treball presents :  Jennifer Lozano
 Escola d'Art del Treball presents Jennifer LozanoJennifer Lozano
Elvira MelladoRosa Borredá
  Elvira Mellado - Escola d'Art i Superior de Disseny de Valencia    Elvira Mellado
Rosa BorredaRosa Borredá

 

 

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair
Santa Monica Arts Centre
Rambla, 7
08001 – Barcelona
Spain
Telephone: +34 93 459 24 06

 

 

 

17/09/2014

EXPO ‘Via Hong Kong’ – AME Gallery, Hong Kong (CN) – 16-27 Sept. 2014

Via Hong Kong

AME Gallery

(this exhibition, in Hong-Kong on 16-27 sept. 2014, will held in JOYA 2014 Barcelona on 9-11 Oct. 2014)

Anna Cheng said, “We curate ‘Via Hong Kong’ to showcase the great works of Hong Kong’s local artists. Since it is Ame Gallery’s third anniversary, we also want to take this opportunity to unite the contemporary jewellery community in Hong Kong, which includes some dedicated artists, educators and supporters. We believe through working together, we can create a healthy environment for this art form to blossom in this city. By bringing the exhibition to JOYA, we hope to encourage more artistic and cultural exchanges between Hong Kong and the world.”

Via Hong-Kong

 

Artists: Mary Lee HuKee Ho YuenCicy ChingTricia TangBella MungCathy Wang — Chan Po Fung — Cherry ChanCissy Chan — Gloria Ng — Hugo Yeung — Pilz Au-Yeung — Pinky Wong — Rosette Chan — Victor Wong

Cicy Ching Sze-Yin - The Fragility of City Living Jewellery Cicy Ching Sze-Yin - The Fragility of City Living Jewellery  2012 Sterling Silver, Porcelain

Cissy Chan, Bracelet, 2014Cissy Chan, Bracelet, 2014

Bella Mung, Necklace, 2013Bella Mung, pearl Necklace, 2013 (Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Degree Show ) 

Tricia Tang, Neckpiece, 2012Tricia Tang, Neckpiece, 2012

Kee Ho Yuen, Ring, 2013Kee Ho Yuen, Ring, 2013

Gloria Ng, Piece, 2008Gloria Ng, earPiece, 2008  Wear it Inside, Brass

Mary  Lee Hu, Brooch, 2009Mary  Lee Hu, Brooch, 2009 – 18K & 22K gold

 

AME Gallery
12/F Tin On Shing Commercial Building
41-43 – Graham St, Central
Hong Kong
Telephone: +852 3564 8066
website: www.ame-gallery.com
mail: info@ame-gallery.com

13/09/2014

EXPO ‘Ramon Puig Cuyas’ – Villa de Bondt, Gent (BE) – 18-22 Sept. 2014

Villa de BondtRamon Puig Cuyas recent work

EXPO - Villa de Bondt - Ramon Puig Cuyas

Ramon Puig Cuyas at Villa de Bondt -Ramon Puig Cuyas brooch

Ramon Puig Cuyas at Villa de Bondt -Ramon Puig Cuyas brooch

  Ramon Puig Cuyas at Villa de Bondt -Ramon Puig Cuyas brooch

 

Villa De Bondt
Krijgslaan 124
9000 Gent (Gand) – BELGIQUE
tel 0032(0)92217609
info@villadebondt.be

12/09/2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 – Selected COLLECTIVES

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –  Art Jewellery Fair, October 9, 10 and 11, 2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –
***
This year JOYA will have seven collectives :
Artist Collective ANIMA from Austria,
AORP from Portugal and CORPO from Brasil.
For the first time, there will also be the collective Bench 886 from Taiwan, formed by 6 talented artists, and the collective JOYA BRAVA from Chile, with 10 artists on stage.
« We are a new and fresh (april 2014) collective called Aac (Alchimia alumni collective). This collective was created just a couple of months ago, co-founded by Andrea Coderch, Catalina Gibert and Dinah Lee as a platform for past and future Alchimia alumni. Our main goal is to showcase their and our work, so as to put contemporary jewelry on the map in a larger scale, introducing it to the general public as it is still an unexplored territory to many.
Being friends, colleagues and former schoolmates, we naturally discussed the current state of contemporary jewelry amongst ourselves. We came to the conclusion that we would be much stronger as a collective and could help not just each other, but on a much larger scale by having this platform available for all past and future alumni, especially giving that we all come from the same school of training, have a common understanding and approach to our individual work. Our aim is to create, one day in the near future, a movement, a kind of contemporary jewelry “awareness”, as we feel that it is still very much an unrecognized area of the arts.
Gradually, we want to be able to organize, create and participate in different events and exhibitions all around the world, in different cities.« 
The members of the Aac Team will be …  : Akiko BanAndrea CoderchCatalina GibertDinah LeeGabi VeitLavinia RossettiMichelle Kraemer –  Nur Terün and Selen Özus.
Barcelona, here we go !!!
Aac -   Catalina Gibert ‘M.A.R.’ Necklace linen canvas | acrylic paint | water colours | goldCatalina Gibert ‘M.A.R.’ Necklace linen canvas | acrylic paint | water colours | gold
Andrea Coderch Valor - ‘Obsession’ Pendants silver | red coral | onix | olive wood | japanese lacquer | cotton threadAndrea Coderch Valor - ‘Obsession’ Pendants silver | red coral | onix | olive wood | japanese lacquer | cotton thread
 Dinah Lee ‘Bone Appétit Series, No.13′ Necklace 14 k gold | sterling silver | silver leaf | cow bone | Italian sea salt | pigment | resinDinah Lee ‘Bone Appétit Series, No.13′ Necklace 14 k gold | sterling silver | silver leaf | cow bone | Italian sea salt| pigment | resin
Akiko Ban FIREWORKS necklace plastic | photo printed sheet | polyurethane thread | silver925Akiko Ban FIREWORKS necklace plastic | photo printed sheet | polyurethane thread | silver925
 
 
* AGC – Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo (from Italy) presents :
Caterina ZancaClara del Papa -- Claudia SteinerCorrado De Meo — Emma Francesconi — Francesca Antonello — Giancarlo Montebello — Maria Rosa Franzin —  Monica Cecchi — Nicoletta FrigerioPaola Mirai — Stefano Spivach — Stefano Rossi 
Claudia SteinerClaudia Steiner

 Maria Rosa FranzinMaria Rosa Franzin

* BENCH 886 (from Taiwan, who formed  6 talented artists) presents Cai Xuan Wu - Han-Chieh Chuang – Heng Lee — Shih-Dea Tseng (Deborah Tseng) — Wen-Miao YehYu-Ping Lin
  Han-Chieh Chuang Han-Chieh Chuang
Heng LeeHeng Lee – brooch pixel garden
 
 
* ANIMA (collective from Austria) presents : Bao Toan Puls — Florian Wagner –
Gerti Machacek – Jacqueline LilliePetr Dvorak Susanne BlinJura Golub
 Jacqueline LillieJacqueline Lillie
Susanne BlinSusanne Blin
Jura GolubJura Golub
  Bao Toan Puls Bao Toan Puls
* AORP (Associação de Ourivesaria de Portugal) presents Ana Pina — Bruno da Rocha — Gabriel Ribeiro — Joana Mota Capitão — Lia Gonçalves
Lia Gonçalves (AORP)Lia Gonçalves
 
 
* CORPO (Materia + Mente + Mao: COR) from Brasil presents Alice Nakagawa Matuck — Maria de Carvalho Rodrigues — Miriam Mirna Korolkovas —  Seizo Soares
Materia + Mente + Mao: COR presents Maria de Carvalho RodriguesMaria de Carvalho Rodrigues
*Joya Brava from Chile, with 10 artists on stage, presents : Caco Honorato — Ilonka Palocz —  Joyce Marin  – Liliana Ojeda – Massiel Mariel Muñoz –  Nicolás HernándezPamela de la Fuente –  Paulina Latorre– Vania Ruiz — Tita Cardemil
Caco HonoratoCaco Honorato
Massiel Muñoz (JOYA BRAVA)Massiel Muñoz

 

JOYA: Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair
Santa Monica Arts Centre
Rambla, 7
08001 – Barcelona
Spain
Telephone: +34 93 459 24 06

 

 

 

11/09/2014

EXPO ‘Matadero’ – Gallery Hnoss/Konstepidemin, Göteborg (SE) – 19-21 Sept. 2014

Matadero

http://hnossinitiative.se/Matadero/WALKA-STUDIO Walka Studio: Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar, Chile

Claudia Betancourt & Nano Pulgar run WALKA STUDIO, a creative space for creation of and education about contemporary jewellery in Santiago de Chile. They state that “we are a territory of experimentation at the crossroads of Art, Design and Craft. The language of this territory is jewelry-making” and that their mission is to expand the possible borders of the jewellery discipline in Chile and Latin America. Their work has over the past years been exhibited in Latin America, the USA, Europe, China and Australia. Website: www.walka.cl

Matadero is a series of necklaces and pendants, jewel categories that step away from the often resorted to European brooch and allude to the prevailing ornament of the Pacific cultures. The series is the product of a long investigation about the symbolical and aesthetic characteristics of body ornamentation in the Pacific Basin until its evolution into contemporary jewellery; as well as the experimentation with new methods to work the cacho de buey or bull’s horn, a traditional material in Chilean craft that has been worked by Betancourt’s family for generations.
The relationship established between body and ornament in Matadero reveals how social custom and stigmas around the subject of death or murder of animals, affect our capacity to deem animal remains as acceptable materials, thus disregarding the origin of body ornamentation and the sacred connotations associated with it in the cultures of the Pacific Islands (Polynesia) and Latin America.
Matadero uses both bull´s horns and hooves which had been part of a previous collection dedicated to the fashion industry, delicately tinted in a faint pink colour for that occasion. The fashionable neckpieces have been deconstructed, burnt and rebuilt as entirely new pieces that fascinate and repulse. The newly transformed pieces allude to one of the darkest periods in Chilean history: the 17 year long dictatorship that was common to many other Latin American countries and which is still a source of preoccupation and reflection for many artists from the continent.”   Valeria Vallarta Siemelink

Walka Studio -Matadero - fractura.Walka Studio -Matadero – fractura.Matadero - Walka -TranspacificoWalka Studio - Matadero – Transpacifico

 

Hnoss / Konstepidemin Gallery
Konstepidemins väg 6,
413 14 Göteborg,
Sweden
hnoss@hnossinitiative.se

10/09/2014

EXPO ‘Ted Noten: Gold, Sweat and Pearls/Retro – 25 years Ted Noten’ – Putti Art Gallery, Rīga (Latvia/lettonie) – 19 Sept.-11 Oct. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Putti (LV),Lettonie (LV),Ted NOTEN (NL),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 0:06

Ted Noten: Gold, Sweat and Pearls/Retro – 25 years Ted Noten

Ted Noten - Gal. Putti(7 Necessities For Every Woman by Atelier Ted Noten)

Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten started his career in the early nineties when he worked as a soloist. Since 2005 he has been going by the name of Atelier Ted Noten. His pieces vary from handmade jewellery and sculptural objects bordering on jewellery design, to installations, videos and projects for museums or public spaces.

« Jewellery holds so many opportunities to communicate. It forms a direct link to being human, to small things, to the absurd nature of fate, and the psychology behind traditions, cutting right across the times and nationalities« , according to jewellery designer Ted Noten.

In the nineteen sixties a number of jewellery designers started studying the possibilities of using other, cheaper materials as well in their designs. And they studied the question if jewellery could express ideas that reached beyond beauty. Ted Noten followed in the footsteps of this first generation of ‘conceptual designers’. But right from the start he also distinguished himself from them, for instance for his ability to reconcile widely differing worlds. Although he comments on the traditional world of jewellery, making clear statements, he celebrates it at the same time. He will never shrink from using unconventional materials, but he will just as easily work precious materials into his pieces if their story demands it. Noten enjoys nothing so much as operating on the fringes of his profession, or even going slightly over the edge. Like a relative outsider he has taken in both the conventional world of jewellery and its target group, and the conceptual avant-garde.

I enjoy creating work that will set people on the wrong track. Your story can only get through to people if you rob them of their prejudices about jewellery. Inspiration can be found anywhere: in the street, around the corner, in an extraordinary picture, or by contrast in an unpretentious little story someone will tell me. »

The exhibition includes and interactive and provocative installation ”Wanna Swap Your Ring” with 500 Miss Piggy rings, made of 3D-printed nylon in shocking pink, on the wall of the exhibition space, all placed within the imaginary contours of a handgun. Spectators can obtain a ring made by the master by replacing it with an old one of theirs. What counts is not the value. Noten is equally happy to receive precious rings or cheap ones. What counts is the exchange of old stories and new ones. All the stories together will gradually fill the pistol-shape, changing the symbol of aggression into a charming and multi-faceted scene.

So far the project has been created in three cities; Tokyo (Japan), Stockholm (Sweden) and Wellington (New Zealand). Other cities will follow, including London, Paris, Milan, Sydney, São Paulo, New York and Moscow. When he has been to 15 cities, Noten intends to display all the original presentations alongside each other.

The exhibition includes a documentary „Ted Noten: Gold, Sweat & Pearls”.

Jewellery designer Ted Noten (1956) is well-known for his cheeky pieces of jewellery. Are they wearable? Not necessarily. Are they provocative? Absolutely. A series of see-through purses containing a gun, a chameleon or a line of coke with a pearl necklace…

Noten: “I make jewellery that takes some time getting used to. When you wear it, you make yourself vulnerable as it makes such a striking statement. I speak out through my jewellery and objects. I comment upon jewellery as a phenomenon, upon the industry or – like any artist – upon humanity.

Atelier Ted Noten: Wanna swap your ring?  Atelier Ted Noten: Wanna swap your ring?

Wanna swap your ring? Ted NotenWanna swap your ring? Ted Noten

 

Putti Art Gallery
(Rīga, Latvia)
30-Oct-2014 – 15-Nov-2014Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 – Rīga
Latvia
Telephone: +371 67214229
Fax: +371 67214230

website: www.putti.lv
mail: gallery@putti.lv

09/09/2014

EXPO ‘Retrospective Ted Noten’ – Putti Art Gallery, Rīga (Latvia/lettonie) – 19 Sept.-11 Oct. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Putti (LV),Lettonie (LV),Ted NOTEN (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:07

Retrospective – 25 Years of Ted Noten / Gold, Sweat & Pearls

 Art Gallery PUTTI

"Retrospective Ted Noten - 25 years" 19sept-11Oct 2014 - Gallery Putti - LV -  http://putti.lv/

From September 19 until October 11, 2014 Art Gallery PUTTI is proud to present a personal exhibition by the famous Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten – Retrospective – 25 Years / Gold, Sweat & Pearls.

Dutch jewellery designer Ted Noten started his career in the early nineties when he worked as a soloist. Since 2005 he has been going by the name of Atelier Ted Noten. His pieces vary from handmade jewellery and sculptural objects bordering on jewellery design, to installations, videos and projects for museums or public spaces.

“Jewellery holds so many opportunities to communicate. It forms a direct link to being human, to small things, to the absurd nature of fate, and the psychology behind traditions, cutting right across the times and nationalities”, according to jewellery designer Ted Noten.

 Wanne swap your ring? Ted NotenWanne swap your ring?

Ted Noten - Necklace: Ice Ball, 2007 - Inspired by Siberian Necklace 2006 - From the series Global Tactile PieTed Noten – Necklace: Ice Ball, 2007 – Inspired by Siberian Necklace 2006From the series Global Tactile Pieces Vol.II

In the nineteen sixties a number of jewellery designers started studying the possibilities of using other, cheaper materials as well in their designs. And they studied the question if jewellery could express ideas that reached beyond beauty. Ted Noten followed in the footsteps of this first generation of ‘conceptual designers’. But right from the start he also distinguished himself from them, for instance for his ability to reconcile widely differing worlds. Although he comments on the traditional world of jewellery, making clear statements, he celebrates it at the same time. He will never shrink from using unconventional materials, but he will just as easily work precious materials into his pieces if their story demands it. Noten enjoys nothing so much as operating on the fringes of his profession, or even going slightly over the edge. Like a relative outsider he has taken in both the conventional world of jewellery and its target group, and the conceptual avant-garde.

“I enjoy creating work that will set people on the wrong track. Your story can only get through to people if you rob them of their prejudices about jewellery. Inspiration can be found anywhere: in the street, around the corner, in an extraordinary picture, or by contrast in an unpretentious little story someone will tell me.”

The exhibition includes and interactive and provocative installation ”Wanna Swap Your Ring” with 500 Miss Piggy rings, made of 3D-printed nylon in shocking pink, on the wall of the exhibition space, all placed within the imaginary contours of a handgun. Spectators can obtain a ring made by the master by replacing it with an old one of theirs. What counts is not the value. Noten is equally happy to receive precious rings or cheap ones. What counts is the exchange of old stories and new ones. All the stories together will gradually fill the pistol-shape, changing the symbol of aggression into a charming and multi-faceted scene.

Ted Noten  Necklace: After 21 cups of coffee-chain 2003  18 kt gold, porcelain  27 x 12 x 5 cmTed Noten  Necklace: After 21 cups of coffee-chain 2003  18 kt gold, porcelain  27 x 12 x 5 cm

Fashionista Golden Girl by Ted Noten - - Computer rendering: Glass-filled Nylon- 3D printed via Rapid Prototype technology.  Edition of 10 unique pieces, each with different gold element. Fashionista Golden Girl by Ted Noten - Computer rendering: Glass-filled Nylon- 3D printed via Rapid Prototype technology.  Edition of 10 unique pieces, each with different gold element.

 

Putti Art Gallery
(Rīga, Latvia)
30-Oct-2014 – 15-Nov-2014Putti Art Gallery
16 Mārstaļu iela
1050 – Rīga
Latvia
Telephone: +371 67214229
Fax: +371 67214230

website: www.putti.lv
mail: gallery@putti.lv

08/09/2014

My « WANT-IT » of the WEEK ……

Classé dans : Catalina BRENES (Costa Rica),Gal. OHMYBLUE (IT),Italie (IT),necklaces,SHOP,WANT-IT — bijoucontemporain @ 23:39

Each monday, « my WANT IT » of the week …. and where to find & buy it (if possible …)

today, the Catalina Brenes unique necklace, saw at OHMYBLUE Gallery, Venezia  (ohmyblue.venezia@gmail.com)

Catalina Brenes -NECKPIECE, SILVER, UNIQUE PIECE, CATALINA BRENES AT OHMYBLUE    #silver

 

 

OHMYBLUECampo San Tomà
San Polo 2865
30125, Venezia
tel. (+39) 041 243 5741

 

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