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29/10/2014

EXPO ‘Body Language ?’ – Stedelijk museum, Amsterdam (NL) – 3 Oct. 2014 – 3 Oct. 2015

Body Language? Exhibition / 03 Oct 2014 – 03 Oct 2015 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Stedelijk museum

The Museum shows to the public a Collection presentation, on view in gallery 0.25. This collection presentation focuses on the human body. The selection comprises jewelry that literally measure the human body, and pieces whose shape is based on the human body—on sexual characteristics, to be precise.

 Body Language? - Display of the collection at the showcases of the Stedelijk Museum Photo: Gert Jan van RooijBody Language? – Display of the collection at the showcases of the Stedelijk Museum Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij

This collection presentation focuses on the human body. The selection comprises jewelry that literally measure the human body, and pieces whose shape is based on the human body—on sexual characteristics, to be precise. The designs that comment on the notion of “human measurements”, for instance “the ideal woman”, are highly conceptual. Some designs, such as those that compel the body to assume a new shape, are also ambivalent. But what kind of message is jewelry in the form of penises, breasts, nipples or testicles trying to convey? Irony? An invitation? Are the pieces intended to excite or shock? Each culture has its own forms of body adornment, often worn to communicate status (wealth or group affiliation) or sexual availability.
In the late ’60s, young European jewelry designers began to reject the function of jewelry as status symbol (the pearl necklace, for instance). Their alternatives, which took the form of unorthodox shapes and materials, were a visual protest against the established order, parallel to the sexual revolution of the day. In the decades that followed, jewelry designers continued to explore similar themes, particularly jewelry’s relationship to the body, youth culture, and eroticism and sexuality. These trends are also visible in the Stedelijk collection.

Artist list :  Dinie Besems, Gijs Bakker, Iris Eichenberg, Ruudt Peters, Sally Marsland, Vádav Cigler

 Body Language?  - Ruudt Peters Brooch: Xanthosis, 1997 Silver, Sulphur 8,5 x 6,5 x 8,5 cm Lapis seriesRuudt Peters Brooch: Xanthosis, 1997 Silver, Sulphur 8,5 x 6,5 x 8,5 cm Lapis series

 

 

Stedelijk museum

Postbus 75082
1070 AB -  Amsterdam
NETHERLANDS

mail : info@stedelijk.nl
Phone: +31 (0)20 5732 645

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

 

 

21/05/2014

EXPO ‘Multiple Exposures : Jewelry and Photography’ – MAD Museum, New York (USA) – 13 Mai-14 Sept. 2014

« Multiple Exposures »

exhibition at Museum of Arts and Design (MAD Museum), New York, featuring:
JANTJE FLEISCHHUTMARI ISHIKAWAJIRO KAMATA and SHARI PIERCE.

Upcoming exhibition at Museum of Arts and Design, New York, featuring:<br />JANTJE FLEISCHHUT, MARI ISHIKAWA, JIRO KAMATA and SHARI PIERCE.<br />http://madmuseum.org/exhibition/multiple-exposures
 
Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography is the first museum exhibition to explore how contemporary jewelry artists transform and add new meaning to the pervasive images of this digital age.  Drawing inspiration from historic daguerreotypes to manipulated digital images, international jewelry artists explore changing views of beauty and the human body; examine social, political, and cultural issues; probe perceptions of memory and desire; and question the broader relation of jewelry to society and personal identity, issues central to the contemporary experience.
 
More than 80 renowned artists from over 20 countries are represented —including
Gijs Bakker, Wafaa Bilal, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Gabriela Sanchez, Bernhard Schobinger, Bettina Speckner,
Joyce Scott, Kiff Slemmons, Andy Warhol and Noa Zilberman.
 
The connection between photography and jewelry extends back more than 150 years to the invention of the photographic process.  The exhibition will provide historical context for this evolving relationship by presenting outstanding nineteenth-century pieces, many of which have never before been exhibited. In recent years, both photography and art jewelry have changed dramatically, and the exhibition will present cutting-edge videos and installations that will provide viewers a broader perspective of contemporary jewelry now.
Organized by MAD’s Curator of Jewelry, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography will be on view from May 13 to September 14, 2014.
Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with essays by Ursula Ilse-Neuman, MAD’s Acting Chief Curator Lowery Stokes Sims, Dutch author and jewelry curator Liesbeth den Besten, photography expert Mark Durant, Curator of Decorative Arts at the Toledo Museum of Art Jutta Page, American author and Metalsmith editor Suzanne Ramljak, photography historian and critic Lyle Rexer and German author and critic Ellen Maurer Zillioli.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a full range of educational programming, including lectures and panels for adults, workshops for young visitors and families, in-house demonstrations of jewelry making, curator-led tours of the exhibition, and a variety of film screenings.
Gijs Bakker Waterman; (brooch), 1991Gijs Bakker – « Waterman » (brooch), 1991 – black & white photo, diamonds, white gold
Martin Papcύn, Ring, 1999Martin Papcun, Ring, 1999 – artist photopgraph, silver, brass
EXPO 'Multiple Exposures : Jewelry and Photography' - MAD Museum, New York (USA) - 13 Mai-14 Sept. 2014 dans Bernhard SCHOBINGER (CH) slideshow_close

 
Célio Braga  -  Golden Boys Collection/ Silver Boys Collection (strings/ colliers), 2010–11  Fragments of digital C-prints, double-sided tape, glitter  Collection of the artist  Photo by Cris Bierrenbach Braga_Celio_C_LORES.jpgCélio Braga  -  Golden Boys Collection/ Silver Boys Collection (strings/ colliers), 2010–11  Fragments of digital C-prints, double-sided tape, glitter  Collection of the artist  Photo by Cris Bierrenbach
Bernhard  Schobinger  Self-Portrait with Nose (brooch), 2010 - Digital photograph on commuter card, hologram, silver, coral  Courtesy of Gallery S O  Photo courtesy of Gallery S OBernhard  Schobinger  Self-Portrait with Nose (brooch), 2010 – Digital photograph on commuter card, hologram, silver, coral  Courtesy of Gallery S O  Photo courtesy of Gallery S O
Viktoria Munzker-Ferus__27th-Week-Brooch.jpg  27th Week (brooch) from the Secret series, 2004  Image dimensions: 640px  x  427px  Viktoria Münzker  Sonogram printed on transparent plastic-foil, silver, plastic hemispheres  Collection of the artist  Photo by Viktoria Münzker
Viktoria Munzker-Ferus -  27th Week (brooch) from the Secret series, 2004  Image dimensions: 640px  x  427px  Viktoria Münzker  Sonogram printed on transparent plastic-foil, silver, plastic hemispheres  Collection of the artist  Photo by Viktoria Münzker
Ramon Puig Cuyàs - N° 1279, Ita est (brooch) from the UTOPOS series, 2009  Internet images, enamel, acrylic resin, silver, nickel silver, onyx, shell, pearl, coral, plastic  Courtesy of a private collection  Photo by Ramon Puig CuyàsRamon Puig Cuyàs - N° 1279, Ita est (brooch) from the UTOPOS series, 2009  Internet images, enamel, acrylic resin, silver, nickel silver, onyx, shell, pearl, coral, plastic  Courtesy of a private collection  Photo by Ramon Puig Cuyàs
Sally von Bargen - Elegy (neckpiece), 2008  Digital photographs on paper, brass, paint  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sally von Bargen
Sally von Bargen – Elegy (neckpiece), 2008  Digital photographs on paper, brass, paint  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sally von Bargen
 Sooyeon Kim  - House on Benefit Street (neckpiece), 2010   Artist’s digital photographs on paper, fabric, magnets  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sooyeon Kim   Sooyeon Kim  – House on Benefit Street (neckpiece), 2010   Artist’s digital photographs on paper, fabric, magnets  Collection of the artist  Photo by Sooyeon Kim
Support for Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography has been provided by Hasselblad, Kara Ross NY, Betsy Z. and Edward E. Cohen, Washington Square Hotel, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York, Creative New Zealand, Janet Kardon, and Frame Finland. Additional support is made possible in part through the generosity of the Inner Circle, one of the Museum’s leadership support groups.
 
2 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10019
info@madmuseum.org
212-299-7777

14/03/2014

EXPO « ART 7 2014 – Chp … ? » – Galerie Annick Zufferey, Carouge (CH) -15-29 Mars 2014

Galerie Annick Zufferey

VERNISSAGE SAMEDI 15 & DIMANCHE 16 MARS 11.30-18H
EXPOSITION DU 15 AU 29 MARS 2014

 CAROUGE ART7 A 10 ANS!
chp25 Nosé pendant  by Marcel WandersNosé pendant  by Marcel Wanders

Chp … ? a été établi en 1996 par Gijs Bakker, designer et co-fondateur de DroogDesign, dans le but d’éditer des bijoux conceptuels de designers internationaux.
En privilégiant la préciosité de l’idée sur la valeur matérielle, le bijou devient bien plus qu’un simple accessoire décoratif. En montrant que le design de bijou évolue au même titre que n’importe quel autre discipline en design, CHP rempli un vide existant et rendant les designers de bijou plus largement accessible.
Chp… ? C’est une collection de bijoux de 56 designers tels que Gijs Bakker, Susanne Klemm, Bless, Marc Newson, Marcel Wanders, Campana Brothers, Ron Arad, Hannes Wettstein , et d’autres audacieux artistes du GROUPE  chp?… (Chi A Paura ?...)

 Chi a Paura - bracelet "plastic soup", Gijs Bakker
bracelet « plastic soup », Gijs Bakker
Chi a Paura - bracelet de .....bracelet « plastic soup », Gijs Bakker
"Chi a Paura ? ..." chp07 Triller ring by Hannes Wettstein -  €495   Not just an ornament but also an actual instrument. In case of emergency, just blow on it. Material: silver 925Triller ring by Hannes Wettstein
Triller ring by Hannes Wettstein -  silver 925-  Not just an ornament but also an actual instrument. In case of emergency, just blow on it
Galerie Annick Zufferey
place des Charmettes 1
1227 Carouge/ Genève
 +41 (0) 22 343 03 05
annick@galerie-annickzufferey.com
www.galerie-annickzufferey.com
www.art7-carouge.com
www.chpjewelry.com

19/02/2014

EXPO ‘the GIJS+EMMY spectacle’ – Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (NL) – 22 Fevr.- 24 Aout 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gijs BAKKER (NL),Hollande (NL),MUSEE — bijoucontemporain @ 0:04

« The Gijs+Emmy spectacle » 22 Feb – 24 Aug 2014 : A survey of the designs created by Gijs Bakker (1942) and Emmy van Leersum (1930 – 1984) from 1967 to 1972 -

The Stedelijk Museum presents The Gijs+Emmy Spectacle, Fashion and Jewelry design by Gijs Bakker and Emmy van Leersum

"the gijs+emmy spectacle" 22 Feb - 24 Aug 2014 - A survey of the designs created by Gijs Bakker (1942) and Em
The most famous item of jewelry featured in the show is undoubtedly Bakker’s Stovepipe Necklace (with matching bracelet) (picture), now an icon of Dutch design. Bakker was the first designer to create a piece of jewelry of such audacity and on such a scale. It was a provocation
Stedelijk Museum - Sonja Bakker with Large Collar by Gijs Bakker, 1967, from collection Stedelijk Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Photograph by Matthijs Schrofer.Sonja Bakker with Large Collar by Gijs Bakker, 1967, from collection Stedelijk Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Photo by Matthijs Schrofer.
 Sonja Bakker with Large Collar by Gijs Bakker, 1967, from collection Stedelijk Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Photograph by Matthijs Schrofer.Sonja Bakker with Large Collar by Gijs Bakker, 1967
Sonja Bakker with Ten-loop Bracelet by Gijs Bakker, 1965. Photograph by Matthijs Schrofer.Sonja Bakker with Ten-loop Bracelet by Gijs Bakker, 1965. Photo by Matthijs Schrofer.
Stovepipe Bracelet by Gijs Bakker, 1967, from collection Stedelijk Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch. Photograph by Rien Bazen, courtesy of Gijs Bakker.Stovepipe Bracelet by Gijs Bakker, 1967, from collection Stedelijk Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch. Photo by Rien Bazen, courtesy of Gijs Bakker.
Scholderpiece by Gijs Bakker, 1967. Photograph by Rien Bazen, courtesy of Gijs Bakker.Scholderpiece by Gijs Bakker, 1967. Photo by Rien Bazen, courtesy of Gijs Bakker.
Renie van Wijk with PVC Head Ornament by Gijs Bakker, 1967. Photograph by Sjaak Ramakers.Renie van Wijk with PVC Head Ornament by Gijs Bakker, 1967. Photo by Sjaak Ramakers.
 
Museumplein 10
1071 DJ Amsterdam
020 573 2911

07/02/2014

EXPO ‘Chain Reactions’ – CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL) – 30 Janv.-30 Mars 2014

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Hollande (NL),MUSEE,necklaces — bijoucontemporain @ 0:06

Chain Reactions: Claartje Keur’s jewellery and portraits  :exhibition in Museum Coda Apeldoorn untill 30 March 2014  – 70 Necklaces from the collection Claartje Keur.

What started with a few silver chains and pendants in the 1970s, grew into a unique collection of jewellery. Claartje Keur (1938) has been collecting jewellery for over thirty years, specialising in neck jewellery. From 30 January until 30 March 2014 CODA Museum exhibits seventy necklaces from her collection. The exhibition combines this neck jewellery with the photo portraits of designers Claartje Keur made over the years.

exhibition in Museum Coda Apeldoorn untill 30 March 2014 www.coda-apeldoorn.nl 70 Necklaces from the collection Claartje Keur.
Claartje Keur started her jewellery collection by buying a brooch designed by Sita Falkena from gallery Ra in Amsterdam in 1983. Three years later this was followed by a necklace and bracelet by Emmy van Leersum, and in 1990 Keur made her first big neck jewellery purchase. In 1998, her collection consisted of thirty necklaces made by renowned jewellery designers. Today, the collection encompasses seventy pieces of neck jewellery from the best-known artists and jewellery designers.
Claartje Keur’s interest in neck jewellery goes back to her students days (Technical College, chemical technology) when she was given a necklace with a wrought-iron pendant in the shape of a small man. This pendant comforted her in difficult times. According to Keur, neck jewellery does not only act as a talisman, it also poses a challenge to both the maker and the wearer. How does it sit on the body? How does it change your aura?
Even though her collection now consists of more than seventy necklaces, collecting was not Keur’s original aim. “I did make a very conscious decision to spend money on jewellery, but at first it was mainly out of interest. You simply turn into a collector at a certain point; usually when others describe you as such.” Buying jewellery is a matter of taste, preference, personal contacts, and of course budget. Keur is interested in modern art and photography and has a preference for neck jewellery designed by artists who have graduated from Dutch academies. Diversity of materials was also an important factor. Keur: “I buy from as many artists as possible, in as many (unusual) materials as possible. I abhor ‘things on strings’, and I am not all that keen on gold.” The Chain Reactions exhibition in CODA Museum shows how each purchase is a reaction to the previous jewel, and predicts elements, shapes or materials in the next piece.

Exhibiting artists :

Gijs Assmann www.gijsassmann.com | Gijs Bakker www.gijsbakker.com | Ralph Bakker  www.ralphbakker.nl | Laura Bakker www.laurabakker.com | Peggy Bannenberg www.peggybannenberg.nl | Ela Bauer www.elabauer.com | Dinie Besems www.diniebesems.nl | Rob Birza | Onno Boekhoudt | Bas Bouman | Laura Braspenning www.laurabraspenning.nl | Mecky van den  Brink  www.meckyvandenbrink.com | Paul Derrez | Nicolas Dings www.nicolasdings.nl |Jacomijn van der Donk www.jacomijnvanderdonk.nl | Iris Eichenberg www.iriseichenberg.nl |Sita Falkena | Jantje Fleischhut www.jantjefleischhut.com | Hilde Foks www.hildefoks.nl | Helen Frik www.helenfrik.nl | Marijke de Goey www.marijkedegoey.com | Willemijn de Greef www.willemijndegreef.nl | Gesine Hackenberg www.gesinehackenberg.com | Petra Hartmann | Ineke Heerkens www.inekeheerkens.nl | Maria Hees www.mariahees.kunstinzicht.nl | Marion Hebst | Herman Hermsen |Peter Hoogeboom www.peterhoogeboom.nl | Hans Hovy www.hanshovy.nl | Stephanie Jendis | Rian de Jong | Beppe Kessler www.beppekessler.nl | Beate Klockmann www.beateklockmann.com |Danielle Koninkx | Manon van Kouswijk | Birgit Laken www.birgitlaken.nl | Emmy van Leersum |Felieke van der Leest www.feliekevanderleest.com | Nel Linssen www.nellinssen.nl | Lous Martin www.galerielousmartin.nl | Julie Mollenhauer | Chequita Nahar | Riet Neerincx |Evert Nijland www.evertnijland.nl | Ted Noten www.tednoten.com | Carla Nuis www.carlanuis.nl |Ruudt Peters www.ruudtpeters.nl | Annelie Planteydt | Katja Prins www.katjaprins.com |Mi-Ah Rödiger www.mi-ah.com | Liesbeth Rommers www.liesbethrommers.nl |Maria Roosen www.mariaroosen.com | Philip Sajet www.philipsajet.com | Nina Sajet www.ninasajet.nl | Lucy Sarneel |Rob Scholte | Constanze Schreiber www.constanzeschreiber.com | Robert Smit robert.smit.ws | Chris Steenbergen | Thea Tolsma www.theatolsma.nl | Terhi Tolvanen www.terhitolvanen.com | Miriam Verbeek www.miriamverbeek.nl | Truike Verdegaal | Carel Visser |Marcel Wanders www.marcelwanders.com | Marieke Wijers | Lam de Wolf www.lamdewolf.nl | Reka Fekete www.feketereka.com | Wim Vonk www.wvonk.nl |

 

Felieke-van-der-LeestFelieke van der Leest
 Jantje Fleischhut try flying — necklace  Jantje Fleischhut - « try flying » necklace (detail)

vonk-wim-P1130475-klWim Vonk

 

CODA Museum
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7311 CL Apeldoorn
tel.: (055) 5268400
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19/01/2014

Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014 – DEADLINE 28 Febr. 2014

Classé dans : Concours / Competition,Italie (IT),POLI.Design Milan (IT) — bijoucontemporain @ 8:08

Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014

DEADLINE 28 Febr. 2014

Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014 -3nd edition

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A., with the scientific advice of the School of Design of the Politecnico di Milano, publishes an International Contest dedicated to ideas of young talents under 30.

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A. believes in young people and the Contest is an essential scouting tool to identify and promote new talents in the international gold scenario. The theme of the 2014 Contest is the Design of a Sentimental Jewel, understood as a jewel to celebrate the most important moments of human life and feelings, from love to mourning, from memory to loss. The inspirations for the Sentimental Jewellery may relate to materials, shapes, processings, symbols, traditions and customs of the past or of the present, capable to transfer to the jewel sentimental and commemorative values.

The deadline for submitting the Designs is 28 February 2014.

The Award Ceremony will take place in May 2014 at VICENZAORO Spring

 

CONCOURS-  Next Jeneration / Jewellery Talent Contest 2014 - terza edizione  Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A., con la consulenza scientifica della School of Design del Politecnico di Milano, ..... DEADLINE 28 Febr. 2014
 
Participation is open to all Italian and foreign designers who, by 30 January 2014 are not older than 30 years (date of birth within 30 January 1984).
The documents required must be delivered by hand or sent by mail or courier no later than 12.00 pm of 28 February 2014 to:
Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A.
Via dell’Oreficeria, 16
36100 Vicenza, Italy
Attn. Carolina Lotto
Events Manager
carolina.lotto@vicenzafiera.it
 
JURY : Gijs Bakker Designer and Founder of Droog Design and “Chi ha paura…?” – Luisa Bocchietto Designer and President of the ADI – Associazione per il Disegno Industriale – Alba Cappellieri  Professor of Jewellery Design, Politecnico Univeristy of Milan – Marco Romanelli  Designer – Augusto Ungarelli
President of Club degli Orafi Italia -

EXPO ‘Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello’ – VicenzaOro, Vicenza (IT) – 18-23 Janv. 2014

« INTORNO AL FUTURO: 3DPRINTING PER IL GIOIELLO »

“Intorno al futuro: 3D printing per il gioiello”
VICENZAORO Winter Galleria G-C 18-23 Gennaio 2014 curata da Alba Cappellieri e organizzata da Fiera di Vicenza

"INTORNO AL FUTURO: 3DPRINTING PER IL GIOIELLO" — La Mostra “Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello” nasce da un’ampia ricerca svolta dal Politecnico di Milano per Fiera di Vicenza sui nuovi materiali e sulle nuove tecnologie per il gioiello

La Mostra “Intorno al futuro: 3Dprinting per il gioiello” nasce da un’ampia ricerca svolta dal Politecnico di Milano per Fiera di Vicenza sui nuovi materiali e sulle nuove tecnologie per il gioiello i cui esiti sono raccolti in un volume che accompagna l’esposizione. La frontiera del 3d printing muterà drasticamente il futuro del gioiello, influendo tanto sul processo progettuale del designer quanto su quello produttivo dell’azienda con una significativa ottimizzazione dei costi e dei tempi, permettendo personalizzazioni e varianti altrimenti molto lunghe e costose.
Curata da Alba Cappellieri, Professore di Design del Gioiello al Politecnico di Milano, la Mostra presenta i lavori di 32 designer internazionali provenienti, oltre che dall’Italia, da Stati Uniti, Israele, Taiwan, Olanda, Inghilterra, Giappone, che hanno applicato le più avanzate tecnologie della stampa 3d ai propri progetti di gioielli.
La stampa tridimensionale rende economico creare singoli oggetti tanto quanto crearne migliaia e per questo ben si adatta alle esigenze delle aziende e a quelle dei progettisti. Ne sono un esempio le opere presenti in mostra che includono stampanti home con produzioni sofisticate quali la stereolitografia della vicentina DWS Systems o la sinterizzazione della padovana 3Dfast ma, soprattutto, evidenziano la libertà creativa di forme altrimenti impossibili da realizzare con le tecniche orafe tradizionali.

 

I Designer presenti in Mostra: AmniosyA — Laura Alvarado — Alessia Ansaldi — bijouets — Gijs BakkerDana Bloom — Valentina Bruzzi — Els Cuvelier — Patrick Durgin-Bruce — Orlando Fernandez Flores + Lucia De Conti –  Odoardo Fioravanti — Michela Fornasari Manuela GandiniFrancesca Gabrielli — Gumdesign — Alia Hasan — Gina Hsu — Sha Hwang + Rachel Binx – Li&An — Stefania Lucchetta — Valeria Masconale — Vivian Meller –  Michela Nosè — Ted NotenTomek Ogrodowski — Caterina Passaro — Mi-Ah Rödiger — Jessica Rosenkrantz + Jesse Louis Rosenberg — Scilla Stuart — Anthony TammaroRossella Tornquist — Natsusko Toyfuku — Viola Chiara Vecchi + Flora Gaetani –  Marteen Verstaag — Daniel Widrig

 

Stefania Lucchetta_5Stefania Lucchetta

Gina Hsu - hear ringGina Hsu – Ring Hear – 3D printing, Chinese lacquer –  » A ring with a large audience. It says, as it were: While putting my hand close to my cheek I hear the surrounding voices, saying « I love you ».

A Range Of 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired By The Movement Of Fluids | by  AmniosyaAmniosya - 3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired By The Movement Of Fluids | by  Amniosya (Italy)
Nervous System 3D jewelryNervous System 3D jewelry

 

Vicenza Oro – winter – 18-23 Janv. 2014

Fiera di Vicenza S.p.A

Via dell’Oreficeria, 16
36100 Vicenza
Tel. 0444-969.111
Fax. 0444-969.000
P.I. 00515900249
info@vicenzafiera.it

01/12/2012

EXPO ‘UNEXPECTED PLEASURES’ – Design Museum, London (UK) – 5 Dec. 2012–3 Mars 2013

Classé dans : BOOKS / BIBLIO,Exposition/Exhibition,Grande-Bretagne (UK),MUSEE — bijoucontemporain @ 0:03

UNEXPECTED PLEASURES

The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery

A Design Museum, London touring exhibition

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Bringing together almost 200 objects from around the world, Unexpected Pleasures celebrates the work of contemporary jewellers who have challenged the conventions of jewellery design.

Curated by jewellery designer and maker Dr. Susan Cohn, the exhibition offers a survey of contemporary jewellery presented through a number of themes: Worn Out – celebrating the experience of wearing jewellery, Linking Links – looking at the ways in which meaning and narratives are expressed in jewellery and A Fine Line – offering insights into the origins of contemporary jewellery today, highlighting key instigators of the contemporary jewellery movement.

The exhibition will feature prominent UK and international jewellers including Wendy Ramshaw, renowned for her complex geometric designs, Hans Stofer’s intricate wire form jewellery, Gijs Bakker’s conceptual adornments and delicate abstract pieces by Dorothea Pruhl.

« UNEXPECTED Pleasures, an exhibition of the world’s ugliest, loveliest, most intriguing contemporary jewellery, opened at the National Gallery of Victoria International yesterday.
 »Everything here is designed to be worn, » said guest curator and jewellery designer Susan Cohn.
Visitors took that as a challenge, moving through 180 dimly lit curiosities by the world’s most radical designers, trying to imagine what it would be like to wear a necklace of glass and ceramic dildos. Or a tubular  »veil » collar like a pearly plastic version of Ned Kelly’s helmet. Or a cluster of rusted bolts and nails on a silver  »Screw Ring ».
»After procreation and survival, our next instinct as humans is adornment, » Cohn said when asked,  »Why? »
 »Adornment is about attracting a mate, which in turn, is about procreation and survival. »
Some humans, however, obviously require more complex, intellectual adornments than others.  »Yes, some wearers will want something that speaks that way for them, » Cohn said. Among the exhibits was a vast choice of such expression, from the minimalist exquisitry of a grey sunray-pleated yoke, to a clump of small pale  »tumours », photographed bursting through a model’s frock. The latter was in a category of radical ideas.
NGV director Gerard Vaughan said the exhibition offered  »a fresh view of the many meanings associated with jewellery ».
The visiting director of London’s Design Museum, Deyan Sudjic, said it was the result of a  »long, drawn-out, cerebral process », and that is precisely how it felt.
Unexpected Pleasures: The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery, is a Design Museum, London, exhibition funded by the Joan and Peter Clemenger Trust.
It is free and runs until August 26, when it will travel to London. (Daily Life.com.au)

 

MEGA,  2009
Camilla Prasch – MEGA 2009 – red dyed snap fasteners, nylon thread, silicone discs – Photo: Dorte Krogh
Lauren Kalman, Hard Wear (Oral Rims), 2006, Electroformed mold with gold plating

Doug Bucci, USA, Trans-Hematopoietic neckpiece (2010).Doug Bucci, USA, Trans-Hematopoietic neckpiece (2010).

Susie Ganch, USA, Yellow dust, brooch (2010).Susie Ganch, USA, Yellow dust, brooch (2010)

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.David Bielander, Scampi, armband/bracelet, 2007

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.Karl Fritsch Screw ring 2010 silver, nails, screws

 

Karl Fritsch, New Zealand, Steinhaufen, ring 2004.Karl Fritsch, New Zealand, Steinhaufen, ring 2004

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.Hyewon Kim -  Torn 1 (2011) – resin, twigs Photo: Myoungwook Huh

Unexpected Pleasures exhibition
Tiffany Parbs – Extension (2008) – hand woven hair, digital print – photo Terence Bogue
Caroline Broadhead, England, Veil, necklace (1983).
Caroline Broadhead, England, Veil, necklace (1983).
Susanne Klemm, Frozen, necklace, plasticSusanne Klemm, « Frozen » necklace, plastic

Blanche Tilden  Speed, neckpiece  2000  borosilicate glass, titanium, anodised aluminium  1.2 x 24.0 cm  Collection of the artistBlanche TILDEN – Speed, neckpiece  2000  borosilicate glass, titanium, anodised aluminium

Paul Derrez  Pleated Collar  1982  Plastic, steel  Collection of Paul DerrezPaul Derrez  Pleated Collar  1982  Plastic, steel 

Felieke van der Leest - necklace Felieke van der Leest – necklace

Rose by Gijs Bakker: Colour photograph in laminated plastic (1983)    http://egetal.com.au/static/files/assets/7ab4f2ba/Image_1_news.jpgGijs Bakker Rose necklace – Colour photograph in laminated plastic (1983) 

Dorothea Prühl - Habicht (Hawk), 2006 necklace, elm wood - H 40 cm Dorothea Prühl Habicht (Hawk), 2006 necklace, elm wood – H 40 cm

Noon Passama, Brooch, 2010Noon Passama, Brooch, 2010

 

First on show at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 20 April – 26 August 2012, this exhibition will also tour to the Design Museum in London, 5 Dec 2012 – 3 Mar 2013. Melbourne based designer and maker Dr. Susan Cohn (interview with The Age) has curated this exhibition for the Design Museum and is also co-author of the substantial catalogue documenting this event as well contributing to the discussion about contemporary design and making.

 

 

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EXPO ‘UNEXPECTED PLEASURES’ – NGV International, Melbourne (AU) – 20 Avril-26 Aout 2012

UNEXPECTED PLEASURES

The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery

A Design Museum, London touring exhibition
at NGV (National Gallery of Victoria)

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Unexpected Pleasures looks at what we mean by jewellery from a number of different perspectives.  Taking as its starting point the radical experiments of the Contemporary Jewellery Movement that challenged a conventional understanding of the language of personal adornment, and looking instead at the essential meanings of jewellery, the exhibition brings together important work from around the world, and looks at it from the point of view of the wearer as well as the maker. Contemporary  Jewellery in this sense is at the intersection of art and design.

Curated by Dr. Susan Cohn for the Design Museum, London with exhibition design by Ab Rogers Design and graphics by Barnbrook.

« UNEXPECTED Pleasures, an exhibition of the world’s ugliest, loveliest, most intriguing contemporary jewellery, opened at the National Gallery of Victoria International yesterday.
 »Everything here is designed to be worn, » said guest curator and jewellery designer Susan Cohn.
Visitors took that as a challenge, moving through 180 dimly lit curiosities by the world’s most radical designers, trying to imagine what it would be like to wear a necklace of glass and ceramic dildos. Or a tubular  »veil » collar like a pearly plastic version of Ned Kelly’s helmet. Or a cluster of rusted bolts and nails on a silver  »Screw Ring ».
 »After procreation and survival, our next instinct as humans is adornment, » Cohn said when asked,  »Why? »
 »Adornment is about attracting a mate, which in turn, is about procreation and survival. »
Some humans, however, obviously require more complex, intellectual adornments than others.  »Yes, some wearers will want something that speaks that way for them, » Cohn said. Among the exhibits was a vast choice of such expression, from the minimalist exquisitry of a grey sunray-pleated yoke, to a clump of small pale  »tumours », photographed bursting through a model’s frock. The latter was in a category of radical ideas.
NGV director Gerard Vaughan said the exhibition offered  »a fresh view of the many meanings associated with jewellery ».
The visiting director of London’s Design Museum, Deyan Sudjic, said it was the result of a  »long, drawn-out, cerebral process », and that is precisely how it felt.
Unexpected Pleasures: The Art and Design of Contemporary Jewellery, is a Design Museum, London, exhibition funded by the Joan and Peter Clemenger Trust.
It is free and runs until August 26, when it will travel to London. (Daily Life.com.au)

Art and design come together through its exploration of the radical experiments of contemporary jewelers who have pushed the boundaries. Navigate your way through the labyrinth of themes; Worn Out (celebrating the experience of wearing jewellery), Linking Links (looks at the way in which narratives are expressed through sub-themes and creative systems) and A Fine Line (offers insight into the origins of contemporary jewellery today) in an exhibition that is not to be missed.

MEGA,  2009
Camilla Prasch – MEGA 2009 – red dyed snap fasteners, nylon thread, silicone discs – Photo: Dorte Krogh

EXPO 'UNEXPECTED PLEASURES' - NGV International, Melbourne (AU) - 20 Avril-26 Aout 2012 dans Australie (AU) EXHI016680Sally Marsland (AU) – Flat colour, brooches (2002) – epoxy resin mixed with powdered pigment - Photo: Jeremy Dillon

Doug Bucci, USA, Trans-Hematopoietic neckpiece (2010).Doug Bucci, USA, Trans-Hematopoietic neckpiece (2010).

Susie Ganch, USA, Yellow dust, brooch (2010).Susie Ganch, USA, Yellow dust, brooch (2010)

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.David Bielander, Scampi, armband/bracelet, 2007

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.Karl Fritsch Screw ring 2010 silver, nails, screws

 

Karl Fritsch, New Zealand, Steinhaufen, ring 2004.Karl Fritsch, New Zealand, Steinhaufen, ring 2004

Unexpected pleasures exhibition.Hyewon Kim -  Torn 1 (2011) – resin, twigs Photo: Myoungwook Huh

Unexpected Pleasures exhibition
Tiffany Parbs – Extension (2008) – hand woven hair, digital print – photo Terence Bogue
Caroline Broadhead, England, Veil, necklace (1983).
Caroline Broadhead, England, Veil, necklace (1983).
Susanne Klemm, « Frozen » necklace, plastic

Blanche Tilden  Speed, neckpiece  2000  borosilicate glass, titanium, anodised aluminium  1.2 x 24.0 cm  Collection of the artistBlanche TILDEN – Speed, neckpiece  2000  borosilicate glass, titanium, anodised aluminium

Paul Derrez  Pleated Collar  1982  Plastic, steel  Collection of Paul DerrezPaul Derrez  Pleated Collar  1982  Plastic, steel 

Felieke van der Leest - necklace Felieke van der Leest – necklace

Rose by Gijs Bakker: Colour photograph in laminated plastic (1983)    http://egetal.com.au/static/files/assets/7ab4f2ba/Image_1_news.jpgRose necklace by Gijs Bakker: Colour photograph in laminated plastic (1983) 

Dorothea Prühl - Habicht (Hawk), 2006 necklace, elm wood - H 40 cm Dorothea Prühl Habicht (Hawk), 2006 necklace, elm wood – H 40 cm

Noon Passama, Brooch, 2010Noon Passama, Brooch, 2010

 

First on show at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 20 April – 26 August 2012, this exhibition will also tour to the Design Museum in London, 5 Dec 2012 – 3 Mar 2013. Melbourne based designer and maker Dr. Susan Cohn (interview with The Age) has curated this exhibition for the Design Museum and is also co-author of the substantial catalogue documenting this event as well contributing to the discussion about contemporary design and making.

 

 

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