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09/08/2014

EXPO ‘Pronkstukken’ – Gorcums Museum, Gorinchem (NL) – 5 Juill.-9 Nov. 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Hollande (NL),MUSEE — bijoucontemporain @ 0:21

« Pronkstukken / Showpieces »

exhibition Showpieces, the most beautiful pieces of jewellery by contemporary designers at Gorcums Museum until November 9th 2014

The finest jewelry contemporary designers & The Choice of Gorcum
Gorcums museum
5 July to 9 November 2014
pronkstukken

The designers whose jewelry are included in the exhibition are:

  • Gijs Bakker
  • Ralph Bakker
  • Peggy Bannenberg
  • Pauline Barendse
  • Jet Bartman
  • Ela Bauer
  • Dinie Besems
  • Paul Derrez
  • Emanuela Deyanova
  • Jacomijn van der Donk
  • Joke Dubbeldam
  • Suzanne Esser
  • Jantje Fleischhut
  • Afke Golsteijn
  • Willemijn de Greef
  • Gesine Hackenberg
  • Ineke Heerkens
  • Peter Hoogeboom
  • Beppe Kessler
  • Su Kroker
  • Felieke van der Leest
  • Nel Linssen
  • Jan Matthesius
  • Julie Mollenhauer
  • Chequita Nahar
  • Evert Nijland
  • Ted Noten
  • Carla Nuis
  • Gitte Nygaard
  • Ruudt Peters
  • Annelies Planteyd
  • Katja Prins
  • Nina Sajet
  • Lucy Sarneel
  • Persis van Schaik
  • Chris Sommer
  • Francis Willemstijn
  • Dominiek Steinmeijer
  • Martien van der Velden
  • Miriam Verbeek

For the Gorcum’s Choice of  an ornament selected from several designers mentioned above, and also:

  • Iris Bodemer
  • Juliane Brandes
  • Antje Bräuer
  • Kathleen Fink
  • Carmen Hauser
  • Herman Hermsen
  • Okinari Kurokawa
  • Christine Matthias
  • Barbara Paganin
  • Francesco Pavan
  • Dorothea Prühl,
  • Ulrich Reithofer
  • Vera Siemund
  • Tore Svensson
  • Tarja Tuupanen
  • Julia Walter
  • Anette Walz
  • Andrea Wippermann

 

EXPO 'Pronkstukken' - Gorcums Museum, Gorinchem (NL) - 5 Juill.-9 Nov. 2014 dans Exposition/Exhibition Felieke_van_der_Leest_stripey_animal_braceletFelieke van der Leest - stripey animal bracelet

Peggy_Bannenberg_-_Circle_of_sunshine dans Hollande (NL)Peggy Bannenberg – Circle of sunshineChris Sommer - PassionChris Sommer – Passion

Ted_Noten_-_Chatelaine_4 dans MUSEETed Noten – Chatelaine 4

De_keuze_van_Gorcum_07_Ferdinand_BiesheuvelGorcum’s Choice -necklace worn / selected by Ferdinand Biesheuvel

De_keuze_van_Gorcum_02_Katrien_KoppersGorcum’s Choice -necklace worn / selected by Katrien Koppers

 

Gorcums Museum
Grote Markt 17
4201EB  Gorinchem
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 183-632821
E-mail: info@gorcumsmuseum.nl

 

 

26/05/2014

EXPO ‘A bit of CLAY on the SKIN’ – World Jewellery Museum, SEOUL (South Korea) – 28 Mai-9 Nov. 2014

Classé dans : ceramique,Exposition/Exhibition,Korea (KR) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:22

Exhibition- «Un Peu de Terre sur la Peau/ A Bit of Clay on the Skin»

28th of May> 9th of September

28th of May> 9th of September 2014 - a little clay on the skin / ceramic jewelry - SEOUL

 

Artists:     Yasar AydinMarion DelarueCarole DeltenreIris Eichenberg Willemijn de Greef Andi GutGésine HackenbergPeter HoogeboomRian de Jong Manon van KouswijkNatalie LuderEvert NijlandTed NotenMarie PendarièsKatja Prins Tiina RajakallioTerhi TolvanenYiumsiri VantanapinduLuzia VogtShu-lin Wu Christoph Zellweger.

World Jewellery Museum
75-3 Hwa-dong Jongno-gu Seoul-si
Seoul, Corea

09/11/2011

Spécial CERAMIQUE

 Je passe mon temps à osciller entre « céramique » et « porcelaine » ….. :-( on a beau me le dire et redire ….. alors … merci wikipedia (après Violaine Ulmer et tant d’autres qui me l’ont si bien et si patiemment expliqué ……) : « La porcelaine est une céramique fine et translucide produite à partir du kaolin par cuisson à plus de 1200°. Elle est majoritairement utilisée dans les arts de la table »  ………..
pour plus approfondi que Wikipedia … : on peut aller voir le site de la Société Française de Céramique, Céramique.com, le site de Sèvres Sèvres Cité Céramique, Le Pôle Européen de la Céramique (CeramEurop), le European Ceramic Workcentre (Europees Keramisch werkcentrum- EKWC) (NL), et, en anglais …. get ANSWERS about ceramics here ! :-)

 

* Violaine ULMER (FR) – bijoux de porcelaine

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Violaine Ulmer - bagues – porcelaine et « granulations » d’argent

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Spécial CERAMIQUE dans Anne PERBET (FR)
Violaine Ulmer - bagues – on a envie de toutes, les douces, les rondes, les lisses, les granuleuses, les blanches, les noires …….. aaahhh!!! 
Alors quand elle est venue me voir, à Collioure, et qu’à une table de café, devant la mer, elle a ouvert une boite avec toutes ses bagues ………… j’étais comme une gosse devant une malle aux trésors !!!! http://violaine-ulmer.com/assets/ImageCollection/106/_resampled/SetWidth450-IMG2304.JPG?PHPSESSID=19e6156f6cf3f20c9c6ea8e4885ddfcf
Violaine Ulmer - bagues « diamants »

 dans Caroline GORE (US)
Violaine Ulmer -bague – ligne « galets »

http://www.goettgen.de/files/sf/237/collier_plastron_acier_porcelaine_caouchouc.jpg
Violaine Ulmer - collier plastron acier, porcelaine, caoutchouc http://www.ultra-book.com/users_2/v/i/violaine-ulmer/images_550x480/280b646a00fbec.jpg
Violaine Ulmer -Collier ‘Petit Bruit’ – le bruit de l’absence/présence, capté dans un collier

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Violaine Ulmer - collier

 

* Edith BELLOD (FR)

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Edith Bellod – Bagues en porcelaine

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Edith Bellod porcelain necklace (born in France, lives and works in Berlin)

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Edith Bellod
Edith Bellodcolliers en porcelaine de limoges : “kaléidoscope” (en haut)  et “goutelettes” (en bas)

 

* Trinidad CONTRERAS (ES)’ porcelain and silver jewelry – calm & order….
qui parlait déjà de « Luxe, calme et volupté » ? juste Matisse et Baudelaire ……
« …Là, tout n’est qu’ordre et beauté,
Luxe, calme et volupté…
 » (« L’invitation au voyage« , Charles Baudelaire)

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Trinidad Contreras Brooch

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Trinidad Contreras   tubular brooch

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Trinidad Contreras brooch

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Trinidad Contreras

« Contreras is drawn to the simple, the familiar, the roundness of things, explaining that it makes her reflect on “what can exist within a sensual and harmonious world. A world where time passes by slowly, but in a vital and ephemeral way, in a constant circular motion of “creation-destruction.”  « 

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* Pilar COTTER (ES) porcelain jewels – the 2011 collection

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Pilar Cotter- Earrings, porcelain, oxidized silver

pendiente dans ceramique
Pilar Cotter-Pendiente (earrings) , porcelana.

anillo+negro dans Claire MARFISI (FR)
Pilar Cotter- ring , porcelana negra.

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Pilar Cotter-  collar/necklace – porcelana y plata – 2006

pend010 dans Dora HARALAMBAKI (GR)
Pilar Cotter-Pendientes / earrings – Porcelana-plata.

 

* Joyas de la colección ‘La hora del té’, de María  Lasarga (ES) - Problema : muy bonito el resultado pero ……………. EXACTAMENTE lo mismo de lo que hace Gesine HACKENBERG !!! :-(

japones1 dans Edith BELLOD (FR)P1020010-r dans European Ceramic Workcentre (EKWC)(NL)
María  Lasarga- Plata 925 · Porcelana Japonesa.

P1010550-r dans Evert NIJLAND (NL)P1010741-r dans Fanny ACQUART-GENSOLLEN (FR)
María  Lasarga- « Willow » plate & earrings

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Gesine HACKENBERG ceramic jewelry

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Gesine HACKENBERG turquoise earrings

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Gesine HACKENBERG

 

* Ceramic Jewelry by Hana KARIM (Slovenia)

 dans Gal. Dterra (ES) dans Gesine HACKENBERG (NL)
 dans Hana KARIM (Sl) dans Hildur YÌR JONSDOTTIR (ICL.)
Hana Karim – turquoise brooches

 dans Jet MOUS (NL)
Hana Karim collier « craquelé »

j’essaye de »résister » à ses « rouges » ‘déjà présentés dans un post (COUP de ROUGE ! Ceramic jewelry by Hana Karim)…) mais impossible  (de résister), trop beaux !

1cb12ef4e1a29c38fbf9c1fd6cbb4af4 dans Manuela GANDINI/Manuganda (IT)
Hana Karim – necklace

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Hana Karim-  rings of fire

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et allez contempler ces deux-là sur sa page Facebook ! :-)

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ceramic brooch in black & yellow on her Etsy shop !

 

* ceramic jewellery Dora HARALAMBAKI (Greece)
« Earth with water, dry on air and bake with fire !  » ! comme pour une recette de gâteau ….. d’ailleurs, ses bijoux me font penser à des bonbons …..

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Dora Haralambaki  « candy » rings

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 dans Marion DELARUE (FR)
Dora Haralambaki - earthenweare clay rings with colour glazes

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36372_133554079997760_129993013687200_284590_1354199_n dans Marion VIDAL (FR)
Dora Haralambaki (Greece) – ceramic jewellery

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  Dora Haralambaki ceramic jewellery

 

* Nicole BARTH, qui travaille souvent la porcelaine mêlée au feutre

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Nicole Barth – collier « paillettes » porcelaine 

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Nicole Barth – bagues « design » – faience, porcelaine

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Nicole Barth – collier « cercle » en porcelaine 

 

* MANUGANDA / Manuela GANDINI – GUIDO DE ZAN >>> porcelain experiments

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Manuela Gandini – ‘MACCHIE’ collana porcellana bianca e smaltata nera, argento 925, pelle

 

* Roberta FERREIRA – Dterra Gallery (ES) – Contemporary Ceramics and Art Jewelry
voir aussi leur blog http://www.dterrablog.blogspot.com
« dterra was founded in 2001 as a workshop-gallery where Roberta FERREIRA and Laura Jener could develop their artistic careers in the field of jewellery and pottery. Thanks to the collaboration of Cristina Villar, in 2010 dterra was finallly established as a gallery specialized in contemporary jewelry. The gallery also offers courses and artistic events that help to spread artists’ creations and allow the audience to approach the world of contemporary jewelry. »

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Dterra ( Roberta FerreiraLaura Jener) bagues « vase »

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Roberta Ferreira – bague « vase »

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Roberta Ferreira – Aigua: tresor – porcelain brooch

 

voir aussi expo/articles :

EXPO ‘Wearable Ceramics’ – PEWABIC Pottery, Detroit (USA) – 20 Mai-4 Juill 2011

 (Participating Artists:
Sebastian Buescher,
Peter Hoogeboom, Pilar Cotter Nunez, Jet Mous, Rian de Jong, Evert Nijland, Iris Eichenberg, Karin Seufert, David Elliott, Andrea Wagner, Ford & Forlano, Gaby Wandscher, Caroline Gore, Pauline Wiertz, Maria Hees, Shu-Lin WU)

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_4Jks94Lms2o/SPh_NjLAeoI/AAAAAAAAA1g/O8ZqopGDOqM/s400/ceramica.jpg
Peter Hoogeboom ceramic jewelry

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_gu49dWTj6NQ/Rz7iMNGhBJI/AAAAAAAADrU/Kcw_kUd50rI/s400/peter2.jpg
Peter Hoogeboom rings

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Peter Hoogeboom – broche ‘Peony’

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Caroline Gore “cookies from Odet” Porcelain bracelets

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Jet Mous (NL) – Porcelain rings

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5134/5537653054_c44e9af4f9.jpg
Iris Eichenberg White Brooch

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Evert Nijland – Brooch, Rococo, 2010
- porcelain, silver, steel

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Evert Nijland -  white porcelain necklace  

photo
Shu-Lin Wu – brooch

     

5537653130_cfd38c0cc4_b dans Nicole BARTH (FR)
David Elliott (CA) porcelain bead necklace with silver

et celle-ci, que j’ADORE ! :

Marie PENDARIES (FR) 'la dot' - 28 pieces en porcelaine
Marie Pendaries (FR) ‘la dot’ – 28 pieces en porcelaine

(voir l’article/expo  EXPO ‘Un peu de terre sur la peau’ – FONDATION BERNARDAUD, Limoges (FR) – 16 juin-16 oct 2010)

 

et enfin voir l’article/expo  EXPO ‘Bijoux de Porcelaine, et plus…’ – Galerie Helène Porée, Paris (FR) – 7 mai-5 juin 2010

Marion DELARUE - collier Empreintes
Marion DELARUE - collier Empreintes (mon grand favori !)

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Hildur ÝR  (Islande) – ceramic necklace

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Terhi Tolvanen

 

* Marion VIDAL
« Diplômée de l’Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts d’Anvers en Mode, elle crée sa société en mai 2006 et se consacre rapidement aux seuls accessoires. Elle dessine parures, plastrons, encolures, bijoux de corps. Elle conçoit le bijou comme partie intégrante de la silhouette.
La céramique émaillée reste le fil rouge de ses collections, mais elle se passionne avant tout pour les matières nobles, et pour le dialogue entre les matières. »

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Marion VIDAL

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Marion VIDAL

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Marion VIDAL 

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Fanny Acquart-Gensollen - porcelain necklace

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Fanny Acquart-Gensollen

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Anne Perbet – porcelain, paper and glass rings 

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Claire Marfisi – sautoir « boa » en céramique  

30/10/2011

SIERAAD Art Fair 2011 – Amsterdam (NL) – 3-6 Nov. 2011

Classé dans : Hollande (NL),Salon,SIERAAD (NL) — bijoucontemporain @ 1:09

10th SIERAAD Art Fair 2011

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list of PARTICIPANTS here
and ……

Special projects:
* Die Slowakische Schmuck- mannschaft by Academy of fine arts and design, Bratislava, Slovakia Metal and jewellery studio

* Red, by Alchimia, Italy

* ”Portrait Me” by Vivian Meller & Laura Alvarado

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

INSPIRATIONS & VISIONS o.a.
Evert Nijland, Terhi Tolvanen, Tarja Tuupanen, Ralph Bakker, Eelco Veenman, Chequita Nahar, Jasmin Matzakow, Truike Verdegaal, Peter Hoogeboom, Jantje Fleischhut

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Nora Rochel

 

Red by, Alchimia, Italy : Performance in RED by Alchimia School, Italy

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Alchimia School of Contemporary Jewellery students performing Red.   http://www.alchimia.it/

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

08/09/2011

EXPO ‘On Repeat’ – Flow Gallery, London (UK) – 8 Sept.-5 Nov. 2011

  »On Repeat »

This exhibition at flow features the work of eighteen international makers. The exhibition explores the creative process which at times becomes meditative; moving from the mind of the maker to an intuitive action. The process of repetition can create or even determine a form. It allows exploration of volume, decoration and pattern. Repetition creates a rhythm and a flow; it highlights difference, irregularity and the history behind surfaces. It is through repetition that you discover difference, through order and an attempt for the constant, variation is emphasized and the unexpected is found in the familiar. Using different materials and patterns; from lines, dots or looping, all the work has the process of repetition in common. The process of making can be a valuable trigger of inspiration. This is echoed in this exhibition, which aims to encourage people to see and enjoy the subtle variations created from a single repeated act.

 

Artists:
Astrid Keller, Birgit Hagmann, Charlotte Sale, Ella Robinson, Evert Nijland, Flora Vagi, Ike Junger, Iris Tsante, Momoko Kumai, Nikolay Sardamov, Noriko Takamiya, Nuala O’Donovan, Renata Francescon, Ritsuko Jinnouchi, Sidsel Hanum, Stacey Bentley, Stine Jespersen, Tsuruko Tanikawa.

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Iris Tsante

Iris Tsante considers jewellery as a process of exploring ways to define the sense of « beauty » and « value » in reference to memories of significant objects and the subsequent human/social connections related to them. Tsante’s pieces provide connotations of optimism, simplicity, joy and innocence, revealing at the same time qualities such as fragility and vulnerability.

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Flora Vagi - waves & flames brooch

Flora Vagi creates jewelry which not only adorns the body but explores the visual language of an object. » I search discover, transform…. surprise. The materials get a ‘return ticket’ from me, and with their ‘newly dressed souls’ I send them back to the world, where they came from ».

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Nikolay Sardamov- Being the basic motif, the circle serves as a starting point: “Intersections” necklace, 2010. Blackened silver.

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Nikolay SardamovSense of snow
Nikolay Sardamov has focused on the circle. Through repetitions and overlapping a pattern emerges. He uses the multiplied pattern to arrange figures with different types of symmetry and uses them to construct double-layered forms. The layers cast shadows that overlap and create a notion of movement, like snowflakes falling from the sky.

Momoko Kumai
Momoko Kumai
Momoko Kumai describes her work as « accessing my inner child playing with paper. It is abstract in form – the result of a free-flowing sub-conscious process of folding, twisting and rolling up any kind of paper material ».

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Stacey Bentley
Stacey Bentley is inspired by urban scenery, taking inspiration from its patterns and structures. Being attentive to the unexpected and unnoticed components of this industrial environment allows Bentley to discover an elegant and mysterious aesthetic. Her observations are translated into tactile, sculptural forms that play with line, gritty textures and matt finishes.

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Ike Junger
Ike Jünger uses a variety of materials and techniques from colourful enamel to gold casting and often incorporating found objects. Her work is organic and enigmatic.

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Evert Nijland
Evert Nijland is fascinated by the way nature is visualized by artists throughout art history. His collection titled ‘Naturae’ is inspired by the many floral motives that are used in classical ornaments.

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Renata Francescon (céramique, mais si beau ……)

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Birgit Hagmann necklace 2011

Birgit Hagmann. This work is based on drawing. Using the wire, the drawing is
transformed into a three-dimensional space. The line creates shapes and explores volume, sometimes delicately, playfully and searchingly and other times confidently, in a straight, clear and powerful way. Thus crystalline-organic structures come to life and become jewellery.

 

 

Flow Gallery
1-5 Needham Road, W11 2RP London, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 20 7243 0782
http://www.flowgallery.co.uk

17/05/2011

EXPO ‘Wearable Ceramics’ – PEWABIC Pottery, Detroit (USA) – 20 Mai-4 Juill 2011

Wearable Ceramics- Jewelry from International Artists

These artists, some of the finest established and emerging makers from six countries, transform clay and other non-traditional materials into jewelry that also reflects advanced ideas of contemporary design for body ornament.  The exhibition was organized by Tara Robinson, Curator of Contemporary Ceramics, Pewabic Pottery, & Linda Ross Contemporary: Art + Projects.

EXPO 'Wearable Ceramics' - PEWABIC Pottery, Detroit (USA) - 20 Mai-4 Juill 2011 dans Andrea WAGNER (NL) 195817_213132878705564_3973127_n

Participating Artists:

Sebastian Buescher, Peter Hoogeboom, Pilar Cotter Nunez, Jet Mous, Rian de Jong, Evert Nijland, Iris Eichenberg, Karin Seufert, David Elliott, Andrea Wagner, Ford & Forlano, Gaby Wandscher, Caroline Gore, Pauline Wiertz, Maria Hees, Shu-Lin WU

 

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Shu-Lin Wu – brooch

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Evert Nijland – Brooch, Rococo, 2010

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Andrea Wagner, Brooch, « Satellite City »

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Pilar Cotter- Brooch Porcelain and silver – 2010

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(Steven) Ford & (David) Forlano « Hydro » brooch – Polymer clay and silver

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Caroline Gore « cookies from Odet » Porcelain bracelets

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Jet Mous (NL) – Porcelain rings

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Iris Eichenberg White Brooch

 

 

 

PEWABIC Pottery
10125 E Jefferson Ave
Detroit, MI 48214 (USA)
(313) 626-2000
Fax (313) 626-2100
pewabic1@pewabic.org

07/03/2011

EXPO ‘A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewelry’ – MAD Museum, NY (US) – 15 Mars-4 Sept. 2011

L’exposition de Limoges part à new-York ! :-)
The Exhibition is traveling from Limoges, France, to New York, USA

(cf article  : «  EXPO ‘Un peu de terre sur la peau’ – FONDATION BERNARDAUD, Limoges (FR) – 16 juin-16 oct 2010« )

EXPO 'A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewelry' - MAD Museum, NY (US) - 15 Mars-4 Sept. 2011 dans ceramique 188041_152613144796629_7257687_n

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewelry explores the manifold appeal of ceramics, especially porcelain, in jewelry. Organized by the Fondation d’Entreprise Bernardaud and curated by the renowned German-born goldsmith and jewelry artist Monika Brugger, the exhibition showcases the versatility and allure of the medium, which can be modeled or cast, used alone or with metal, wood, and stone, and vary in color and texture. Best known as the stuff of the luxurious and the mundane, of fine tableware and technical equipment, when used in jewelry, porcelain sparks the visual and physical sensations to become an object of desire.
The exhibition showcases the scope and ingenuity of the more than one hundred works on view and features the work of 18 cutting-edge jewelry artists, including creations by such notables as Peter Hoogeboom, Evert Nijland, Ted Noten (The Netherlands), Gésine Hackenberg (Germany), Marie Pendariès (France), and Shu-Lin Wu (Taiwan). While some make reference to traditional jewelry in materials and symbolism, others altogether redefine it in substance, form, and matter.
« Even though the Egyptians produced seal rings in faience, and the Greeks and Romans gilded terracotta to imitate gold, the use of ceramics in the fabrication of jewelry was abandoned centuries ago, » says curator Monika Brugger. « Today many artists, like those assembled in this show, are popularizing porcelain as a compelling material for jewelry. »
« Ceramic jewelry embodies the creative transformation of a humble Earth material by art and industry into a wearable object of great refinement and sensuality, » notes MAD’s Jewelry Curator Ursula Ilse-Neuman. « Exploring new currents in art jewelry is a vital part of the Museum’s mission, » she continues. « We are delighted to present these visually and intellectually engaging works to a New York audience. »

Marie PENDARIES (FR) 'la dot' - 28 pieces en porcelaine
Marie Pendaries (FR) ‘la dot’ – 28 pieces en porcelaine

THE FONDATION D’ENTREPRISE BERNARDAUD
Established in 2003 by Michel Bernardaud, the family-run company’s Chairman and CEO, the mission of the Fondation d’Entreprise Bernardaud is to promote a deeper public awareness of porcelain’s fascinating history and extraordinary qualities. The Fondation, located in Limoges, France, welcomes an international array of artists and designers who are invited to invent unexpected usages for porcelain. Through these innovative and technically challenging projects, the Fondation aims to give new value to a craft that favors the « wisdom of the hand. »

 

PETER HOOGEBOOMPeter Hoogeboom – ‘Spanish collar’ série ‘Handle with care’ – céramique argent 

BERNARDAUD
A family owned-and-operated company founded in 1863, Bernardaud is the premier manufacturer of Limoges porcelain. Deeply rooted in the history and activity of that region, the company is highly regarded for its artistic, technical and innovative prowess. Among French luxury brands it is a considered a trendsetter for objects that are characterized by original forms and stunning decorative embellishments, while globally the company is renowned for its commitment to the French traditions of impeccable craftsmanship, refinement, and creativity in the fabrication of porcelain objects. The vast range of its collections–tableware, jewelry and decorative interior objects—elegantly fuses design, art, and lifestyle.

A Bit of Clay on the Skin: New Ceramic Jewelry is made possible in part by the Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam, and the Curators Circle, a leadership Museum support group.Champagne for the opening reception graciously donated by La Caravelle.

Evert Nijland - collier 'Rococo' porcelaine, linTerhi Tolvanen - collier 'Zig ZAg' de la serie 'woodland' - porcelaine, argent
Evert Nijland – collier ‘Rococo’ porcelaine, lin
Terhi Tolvanen - collier ‘Zig ZAg’ de la serie ‘woodland’ – porcelaine, argent

Katja Prins - broche 'Inventarium' - argent porcelaine caoutchoucShu-Lin WU (Taiwan) - collier 'mokume' porcelaine
Katja Prins – broche ‘Inventarium’ – argent porcelaine caoutchouc
Shu-Lin WU (Taiwan) – collier ‘mokume’ porcelaine

 

MUSEUM OF ARTS AND DESIGN  (MAD Museum)
2, Columbus Circle
10019 New York, NY (USA)
T : +12122997777
info@madmuseum.org
collections.madmuseum.org

20/04/2010

EXPO ‘PREZIOSA Young 2010′ – Florence (Italy) 21 Mai-6 Juin 2010

Le Arti Orafe is glad to announces PREZIOSA YOUNG 2010. The third edition of this important exhibition of young goldsmith/artists selected for their individual research and for the originality of their creations will presented in Firenze, as a “collateral” exhibition to the fifth edition of PREZIOSA 2010
The aims of PREZIOSA YOUNG is to contribute to the diffusion of what is new in the research jewellery, what the new generation of goldsmiths/designers/artists have “boiling in the pot”…The exhibition opens on May 21st. To take part to the artists’ conferences on May 22nd, the day after the opening, interested people must register on-line (places are limited).

The selection of the 111 participants was handled by an international jury composed by Giampaolo Babetto, Johanna Dahm, Evert Nijland, Helen Britton, Angelika Wildegger, Dora Liscia Bemporad, Maria Cristina Bergesio, Giò Carbone

The 8 selected participants are:
Cheryl Eve , USA
Erin Keys, Australia
Monica Haneckova , Slovakia
Sachiko Shouji, Japan
Edna Yoshie, Japan
Sooyeon Kim, Korea
Adam Grinovich, Sweden
Melissa Cameron, Australia

Eve Cheryl. Connecting
Cheryl Eve, (Cheryl Eve Acosta) USA – piece ‘Connecting’ 2009Mixed media

Red Radial Pattern
Melissa Cameron, (AU) – Red radial pattern

EXPO 'PREZIOSA Young 2010' - Florence (Italy) 21 Mai-6 Juin 2010 dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) rock_3rock_2 dans Cheryl Eve ACOSTA (US)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sooyeon KIM - ‘Rock’ foam, cement, silver brooch

 

Because of the importance and beauty of works, the Jury decided to give a special mention to:

Marta Hryc, Poland — Susanne Wolbers, Germany — Elena Ruebel, Germany –  Sabine Lang, Germany — Jahyun Baek, Great Britain –Natalie  Smith, Great Britain –  Tiina Rajakallio, Finland — Lisa Juen, Germany

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Marta Hryc  (PL)

Sachiko Shouji. BangleMelissa Cameron. Red Tin Set
Sachiko Shouji (JP) -bangle – 2009 – Mixed media
Melissa Cameron (AU) -piece : Red Tin Set 2009 – mixed media

Adam Grinovich Yoshie Enda. Ring
Adam Grinovich (SE)- necklace – 2009 – Mixed media
Edna Yoshie (JP) – ring – 2009 – Mixed media

 

PREZIOSA Young Firenze
Via dei Serragli 104
50124 – Florence (Italy)
Tel : +39 055 22 80 131
Fax: +39 055 22 80 163
website: www.artiorafe.it
website: www.preziosa.org
mail: gio@artiorafe.it

 

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

12/02/2010

dans un MONDE SUB-AQUATIQUE naissent des BIJOUX ……

Ce n’est pas du matériau utilisé d’où je veux partir (genre je vais vous montrer des bijoux en nacre, en corail, etc ….) non, c’est de « l’impression marine » donnée …. comme une vague, de tous les côtés, qui doucement envahi les créateurs ….

Ce n’est pas tant le matériau qui compte, quoique …. corail, nacre, coquillage(s), oursins, galets…. ils ont leur mot à dire. Est-ce qu’ils viennent donner la « touche marine », en … « touche finale »,  ou sont-ils à l’origine de l’idée ? N’est-ce pas plutôt leur texture, leur aspect, leur granulé, je dirais presque leur « grain de peau », qui inspire ? qui donne l’idée de « faire comme si » ? Beaucoup de ces bijoux »aquatiques » sont en papier, silicone, argent, porcelaine, verre, feutre …. rien à voir avec ce que l’on est censé trouver en fond de mer (oui, enfin, rien de ce que l’on ETAIT censé trouver ….. maintenant ….. pfff ! ma brav’dame ! ……… ), mais ce qui merveilleux c’est que ces matériaux « terriens », voire industriels, nous parlent du fond des mers avec maestria, presque mieux que les « vrais », car ils ont un pouvoir d’évocation très fort, le rêve, l’imagination, l’interprétation sont libres de s’envoler : ce n’est pas « vraiment » du corail, mais ça fait penser au corail, ou à plus, à ce que l’on veut, à ce que l’on ressent  …. enfin, la maestria des matériaux qui nous parlent, je m’entends, plutôt la maestria des doigts de ces créateurs que j’envie tant (les doigts ET les créateurs ! ;-) )

Bon, assez parlé, des images ! :-)

(à chaque nom de créateur, cliquez et vous aurez accès à son site ou sa page web)
Ashley Vick (us) - sea urching rings PArcangelo BUNGARO -bague - 2002
Ashley VICK (US) -  Sea Urchin Rings  –
Arcangelo BUNGARO - (IT) bague coquillage, perles, argent

TZURI GUETA -collier 'corail' siliconeAna Hagopian -P
Tzuri GUETA -(FR) collier ‘corail’ silicone  –  Ana HAGOPIAN -(ES) ‘coral’ necklace – papier
Aline Kokinopoulos - bague oursinAline KOKINOPOULOS- La ronde des Etoiles de mer-P
Aline KOKINOPOULOS (FR) bague oursin, argent & corail –bague ‘La ronde des Etoiles de mer’

Cath_jacquet- Corail vivant- PCath-Jacquet_Collier 'CASCADE'- P
Catherine JACQUET (FR) – colliers ‘Corail vivant’ et ‘cascade’ – plastiques
Barbara Paganin - broche 'fiore di luce'GIIA - blue wave
Barbara PAGANIN (IT) broche ‘fiore di luce’ – verre  (Galerie SLAVIK) –  GIIA (IT) « blue wave » felt neckpiece
Esty GROSSMAN bo_meduses-polypesLaurence OPPERMANN - bague oursin 'constellation' argent
Esty GROSSMAN  (FR) b.o. meduses-polypes – argent & cuivre 
Laurence OPPERMANN – (FR) bague oursin ‘constellation’ argent
Gilles_Jonemann collier-galet-Evert NIJLAND - necklace white porcelain
Gilles JONEMANN (FR) collier-galet- LE fameux collier galet ! 
Evert NIJLAND (NL) necklace white porcelain… comme des squelettes marins …. Gulnur Ozdaglar - book pagevbaski-79Jean-François PEREÑA- Galuchat de raie - Galuchat de roussette - Galuchat de requin -
Gulnur OZDAGLAR – (Turquie) PET plastic necklace  -
Jean-François PEREÑA (FR) Galuchat de raie – Galuchat de roussette – Galuchat de requin – Plexiglas – Erable teint  Laiton – Maillechort – Cuir – Aventurine – Ebène ….. (cette liste me réjouit ! )
Patricia LEMAIRE- bague 'péché d'orgueil'Patricia LEMAIRE-'Eclat de Mediterranée'
Patricia LEMAIRE (FR) Bague Péché d’Orgueil (photo Laurent Thion)–’ Eclat de Mediterranée’ – tour de cou suspension maillechort, argent, os, corail

Tosca Teran - 2009- an Un-Natural History - 'Epigeous Conidiophorus' - silver, enamel, silicone, borosilicateVictoria TAKAHASHI-- 'experimental'-   wishing rock box
Tosca TERAN (USA)  2009- an Un-Natural History – ‘Epigeous Conidiophorus’ – silver, enamel, silicone, borosilicate 
Victoria TAKAHASHI (USA)  wishing rock box
Willemijn de GREEF - necklace 'Weavings' -  wool, imitation coral, thread, plastic - 2Willemijn de GREEF - necklace 'Weavings' -  wool, imitation coral, thread, plastic
Willemijn de GREEF (NL) -  « weavings » necklace -wool, imitation coral, thread, plastic
Willemijn de GREEF - broche (2006)Willemijn de GREEF -  necklace (2005) zinc, teakwood, cotton
Willemijn de GREEF (NL) -  broche  –  necklace (2005) zinc, teakwood, cotton-

Et pour finir, parce que la mer a besoin des rivières, et les rivières de la pluie, finissons sur/par un petit nuage ! :-)

kyoko hashimoto- collier petit nuage

Kyoko HASHIMOTO - (Japon) collier petit nuage (proposé par la galerie CARACTERE à Neuchatel (Suisse)