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29/09/2015

EXPO during JOYA Barcelona OFF 2015 : ‘Anima Vienna’ – Jura Golub Atelier, Barcelona (ES) – 7-10 Oct. 2015

exhibition being part of « OFF JOYA » 2015

http://www.joyabarcelona.com/images/Prensa/logo_joya.jpg

Anima Vienna Exhibition  / 07- 10 Oct2015 – Jura Golub Atelier

Opening: 6 October at 19h

Anima Vienna Exhibition  / 07- 10Oct2015 - Jura Golub Atelier

With :  Susanne BlinPetr DvorakJura GolubJaqueline I. LillieGerti Machacek Bao Toan PulsFlorian Wagner

ANIMAVIENNA  is a group of seven independent art jewellers, whose work reflects their diversity. The individual members are unique in terms of their art and concepts. They share a common belief in artistic cooperation, exchange and endeavour, as well as a firm commitment to craftsmanship.
The group focuses on lending a new dimension to conceiving and creating meticulously crafted jewellery. Major factors in the members’ work are the individual otherness of their designs and the communicability of their different approaches. Equally important are freedom of expression, exchange of ideas and mutual respect.

The very qualities that enable the members of the group to appreciate similar aspirations in others permit them to translate their own emotions and intuitions into a compelling and distinctive art form. The group is aware of the different traditions and factors at play in modern art jewellery and seeks to go beyond the confines of adornment.
The very essence of the group’s work is rooted in a quest for new forms of expression commensurate with the world in which we live and the realities of modern society. Art thus becomes a reflection of societal diversity. Akin to all other art forms, art jewellery reveals not only the current stage and continuity of its genesis, with all its fissions and fractures, but also the utopias to which it aspires.
Independent of fashionable trends and art movements, ANIMAVIENNA focuses on the basic concept of jewellery and the pleasure it affords. The manner in which the members design and develop their jewellery is clearly shaped by their personalities as artists and each contains a personal message. All the members bring their special skills to bear and the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
In a globalised world that makes ever-increasing demands of the individual, the significance of creative artists as transmitters of cultural values in their encounters with people of the most diverse origins, with different approaches to life and life styles, cannot be overstated. Given its body-related individuality, this holds particularly true for art jewellery
Jacqueline I. Lillie - necklace - Glass Beads (individually knotted), Corian. - ANIMAVIENNA:                                           Jacqueline I. Lillie – necklace – Glass Beads (individually knotted), Corian.
PETR DVORAK - BROOCH - Silver 925º, Coloured Alabaster.                                      Petr Dvorak – brooch – Silver 925º, Coloured Alabaster.
 Jura Golub BUST WITH EARRINGS - Polyester                                              Jura Golub - bust with earrings – Polyester
Jura Golub - BROOCH - Silver 925º/800º, Red Jasper.                                          Jura Golub – BROOCH – Silver 925º/800º, Red Jasper.
ANIMAVIENNA   ·    GERTI MACHACEK - BROOCH - "Drei Tropfen im Meer" - Silber 925º, Steel, Fluorite, Lacquer.:                                           Gerti Machacek - brooch – « Drei Tropfen im Meer » – Silber 925º, Steel, Fluorite, Lacquer 
ANIMAVIENNA  GERTI MACHACEK - BROOCH - "In The Snow Shadow of Monte Corona" - Silver 925º, Acrylic Glass, Stainless Steel, 4,8 x 4,83 x 0,9 cm:                      Gerti Machacek – brooch – « In The Snow Shadow of Monte Corona » – Silver 925º, Acrylic Glass, Stainless Steel, 4,8×4,83cm
SUSANNE BLIN - BROOCH WITH YELLOW CHEEKS - Silver 925/000, Gold 750/000, Amethyst, Glass, Diamond, Colouring                          Susanne Blin – brooch with yellow cheeks – Silver 925/000, Gold 750/000, Amethyst, Glass, Diamond, Colouring
BAO TOAN PULS - BROOCH - "Melting Ice" - Silver 925º, Stainless steel, Kyanit, 4 x 7 cm                              Bao Toan Puls – brooch – « Melting Ice » – Silver 925º, Stainless steel, Kyanit, 4 x 7 cm
ANIMAVIENNA      FLORIAN WAGNER - "SEGMENT OF A HARD DRIVE":                                    Florian Wagner – « SEGMENT OF A HARD DRIVE »

 

 

Jura Golub Atelier
Carrer de la Diputació 349
08011 -  Barcelona
Monday to Saturday 17 – 21h
http://www.animavienna.com/
info@animavienna.com

 

 

30/09/2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 – How about FRENCH jewellers ???

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

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –
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En premier, Yannick MUR !
son bijou saute aux yeux à la page d’accueil de JOYA! – Of course ! Elle est l’une des « Guest Artists » ! :-) Cette année, elle nous présente sa collection « OR & NOIR »
Yannick Mur JOYA 2014Yannick Mur  OR & NOIR
« The dance, primary source of my inspiration, is the guiding thread of my search around fluidity, and the freedom’s source in the realization ». The 2015 collection of Yannick Mur is included inside an Art Déco esthetic. OR & NOIR is a light collection, contrasting, dark and bright… Unique and pure, the creations laugh with the codes’ delicacy of the contemporary jewelry. »
Yannick Mur - "Or & Noir" 2014 détailYannick Mur – « Or & Noir » 2014 détail
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Puis, dans l’ordre alphabétique des exposants, viennent :
Anaïs PAULARD  et, comme je les appelle, ses « maudits tubes » (qui crachent ! j’ADORE ! j’en VEUX un !!!). En fait, The Moody Tubes …..
«  Anaïs Paulard has created a collection of jewellery that leaves a physical trace of the memories or interactions of the person wearing it.« 
 Anaïs Paulard  Anaïs Paulard- broche The Moody Tubes – Materials: copper, spray paint, varnish steel wire & pigment.
« The aim of my work is to challenge people’s emotions and relations by creating interactive pieces that connect the wearer, the viewer and the object. My jewellery explores our emotional states and their effects on others. The Moody Tubes are made for happy people who want to share their joy and make others smile. In the present day, I feel it is important to open our minds to a different way of creating wearable pieces in order to bring something new and exciting.« 
Edith BELLOD  avec une nouvelle collection, « Nature » qui a première vue semble superbe !
 Edith_Bellod "Nature" 2014 Edith Bellod « Nature » 2014 necklace – photo Bruno Clergue -  blackened bronze.

« This collection is inspired by the beauty of nature and its simplicity and strength. Its fusion of materials strive to preserve a natural harmony, a fragile balance between authenticity and sham, weakness and solidity, a reflection on temporality.« 

Edith_Bellod "Nature" 2014 brooch #2 blackened bronze, pearls - 12cmEdith BELLOD « Nature » 2014 brooch #2 blackened bronze, pearls – 12cm


 

 

Florence CROISIER  (si si si, j’insiste, elle est Française !!) avec sa collection « Around the Net (or the Net) »

Florence CroisierFlorence Croisier – Materials: brown titanium wire.

« The first idea for this collection is a wish to wear jewellery like a textile and to look how the body can participate in the jewel’s design and change its shape. The second idea invites us to think where the jewels can be worn, to think of different places of the body where the piece could fit. In this collection I am interested in the structure of a net. »

Florence CroisierFlorence Croisier « a wish to wear jewellery like a textile »

 

 

Isabelle BUSNEL  et son/ses « SI-LI-CO-LI-ER » – le silicone, c’est mou. Mais, pos, là, ça a l’air dur, comme un bijou en porcelaine …. Et je ne peux que me rappeler la JUBILATION d’Isabelle Busnel, au dernier Salon JOYA, lorsque les gens prenaient une broche pour l’essayer et qu’ils se retrouvaient avec une « chose molle » entre les doigts ….. elle n’attendait qu’une chose, jubilatoire : voir leur tête de surprise …. « the deceptiveness of the white silicone » !

Isabelle BusnelIsabelle BUSNEL – SI-LI-CO-LI-ER -  white and green silicone rubber.

« Silicone rubber is a fascinating material for jewellery and, when appropriately worked, lures viewers into mistaking it for ceramic, plaster or porcelain. They are drawn into grabbing and touching the pieces only to realise it is not what they initially thought it was. This collection of necklaces explores pearls and beads stereotypes and plays with the deceptiveness of the white silicone. »

 

 

Violaine ULMER : collection « (IN)FORMAL » pour 2014

Vioaine UlmerViolaine Ulmer- collier collection (IN)formal – Materials: enamelled porcelain, enamelled steel and copper, felt.

« This collection ‘(in)formal ‘ leans onto the dialectic of contraries : the plastic elements – form, matter and value – are going beyond the simple opposite ; contrasts mix to divulge the singularity of each. It’s also a dialog of values : the white, a light grey and the black as its polar opposition. ‘(In)formal’ claims the difference as source of enrichment. »

 

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Enfin, parmi les COLLECTIFS, une rare Française, Jacqueline l. LILLIE , vivant à Vienne (collectif ANIMA). Elle fait un étonnant travail de « tissage » (?) de micro perles (glass beads)

Jacqueline I. Lillie

Artist Jacqueline Lillie was born in 1941 in Marseilles, France and currently lives and works in Vienna. She studied metalwork under Professor Hagenauer at the Academy of Applied Arts, Vienna. Since the early 1980′s she has exhibited internationally, given lectures around the world about her work and influenced generations of young artists with her refined and articulate work. Most recently her pieces were included in Things Plain and Simple at the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna and GlassWear at the Museum of Art and Design in New York. (Sienna Patti gallery)

« First and foremost, every piece has to meet certain aesthetic requirements. Each piece has to stand up to the rigours of a working environment. In addition to form and function, I also insist on flexibility. In this way, I have developed my own FÑ formula. Admittedly, form often follows function. For me, however, form and function are on an equal footing, complemented by flexibility. Flexibility is essential because all good jewellery should adapt to the wearer and be an extension of that person’s character. Jewellery is no longer an expression of status. It is a reflection of one’s attitudes towards life and one’s surroundings. The ultimate test with any piece of art is the impact that the piece has on the person looking at it, or in my case on the person wearing it. My work is very much a labour of love in which I have tried to meet the client’s urge for self adornment and satisfy my own desire for poetry and elegance. »

 

 

ET VOILA !

(le tout écrit au son de CATARACTES de pluie !!!)

 

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

12/09/2014

JOYA Barcelona 2014 – Selected COLLECTIVES

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

JOYA Barcelona 2014 –
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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

 

 

 

10/09/2013

OFF JOYA 2013 – ah la la ! quel programme !!!!!!

OFF-JOYA
JOYA 2013  Place: Convent dels Ángels (FAD) (Barcelona, Spain) Management: Paulo Ribeiro, Anthony Chevallier 17.Oct.2013 - 19.Oct.2013 deadline: 30.Apr.2013  website: www.joyabarcelona.com mail: anthony@le-departement.com mail: paulo@le-departement.com
In 2013, JOYA challenged itself to reach outside the FAD exhibition hall by pairing jewellery artists and galleries, that are not necessarily jewellery oriented but understand its contribution to art and design. The purpose is to further extend the offer of this art event to the public and to create greater synergies between the contemporary jewellery outlets that already exists in the city.
The end product is a route of jewellery exhibitions around the city of Barcelona that are open to the public and reach a larger audience.
* Ceramic Association of Catalunya- Prepares a special exhibition of ceramic jewellery “Joieria Sincrònic” in their gallery space.
* Klimt02 Gallery – The long lasting partnership with JOYA provides an opportunity to see Noon Passama’s work, winner of 2012 Art Jewelry Forum Award, at the Klimt 02 gallery.
* La Basilica- Azahara Santoro, winner of 2012’s La Basilica award for students will be featured in this gallery along with 12 other international artists that work with the gallery.
* Amaranto Joies gallery - Brazilian artist Mirla Fernandes will showcase a retrospective of 12 years of her work in Amaranto Joies gallery of Barcelona.
* « Bigote del Sr Smith » Gallery - Claudia Betancourt and Nano Pulgar from Chilean brand WALKA, will exhibit their award winning work (Excellence of Handcraftsmanship (UNESCO, Chile 2008-2009) in this new up and coming gallery.
* Fili Plaza – La artista española Fili Plaza (Salamanca, 1957) ha elegido el cuerpo humano como objeto temático, como modo de expresión de su obra escultórica, nos enseñará su faceta más conceptual y experimental.
* « Jura Golub » Atelier - Presents 6 international artists from Austria in this cozy Barcelona gallery.
* « Room Service » Gallery - This design specialized gallery will host Burcu Büyukünal, Selen Ozus, Asli Kuris and Burcu Sülek from Maden, an up and coming jewellery studio from Turkey.
* Mutuo Centro de Arte- This industrial size gallery in Barcelona’s gothic quarter will host Context. A group dedicated to showcase the work of 26 jewellery artist from Spain.
* Ring Ring Gallery- Ring Ring Arts & Crafts is an open space for the world of design, art and craft in Barcelona. Seeking to find an artist who seeks beauty and communication from their work, they will host Bigornia, a group of 7 artists led by Spanish artist Imma Batalla.
* Escola Massana – La Escola Massana nos prepararé 2 exposiciones para enseñar lo mejor de SUS alumnos :
 -> Linea de Sortida 2013 y
-> Massana in Progress.
 * Jo Joia – Los mejores trabajos de distintas escuelas españolas junto a la escuela florentina Le Arte Orafe en el recinto de la Escola Industrial.
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La Basilica Galeria presents « Fobias de Azahara Santoro » – 16-24 Oct. 2013
C. Sant Sever n.7
08002 Barcelona
tel. 93 304 20 47
Horario: 11h – 15h / 16.30h – 20.30h
La Basilica Galeria (Temporary Exhibitions) C/ Sant Sever 8 
OFF JOYA : La Basilica Galeria presents "Fobias de Azahara Santoro"
 
Escola Massana presents « Linea de Sortida 2013 » Sala  Busquets -  14-19 Oct. 2013
Centre d’Art i Disseny
Hospital, 56.
08001 Barcelona
Tel. 93 442 20 00
Fax 93 441 78 44
OFF JOYA : Escola Massana presents "Linea de Sortida 2013"
Escola Massana presents « Massana in Progress » – Sala Blava -  14-19 Oct. 2013
OFF JOYA : Escola Massana presents "Massana in Progress"
 
 
Amaranto joies presents « Mi Cuerpo, tu cuerpo. Mirla Fernandes » – 17 Oct.-10 Nov. 2013
Sant Domènec 23
08012 Barcelona
amarantojoies@d-dos.com
tel. 93 217 14 40
Horario de martes a sábado de 12 a 14:30h y de 17 a 21:30h.
OFF JOYA : Amaranto joies presents "Meu corpo, teu corpo. Mirla Fernandes"
 
 
Ring Ring Arts & Crafts presents « Personalismes by Bigornia » -Bigornia, a group of 7 artists led by Spanish artist Imma BatallaMireia Bonastre  — Mireia CalafLaura Juanós — Toni Marti — Anabel Ortega — Mar Sánchez
Carrer de Lluís el Piadós, 3
08003 Barcelona
Telf: +34 649 46 29 74
Mail: ringringartscraftsbcn@gmail.com
OFF JOYA : Ring Ring Arts & Crafts presents "Personalismes by Bigornia" Imma Batalla Mireia Bonastre Mireia Calaf Laura Juanós Toni Marti Anabel Ortega Mar Sánchez
 
 
Klimt 02 Gallery presents « Portraits by Noon Passama » Winner of Art Jewellery Forum Award 2012 – 16 Oct.-1er Nov. 2013
Riera Sant Miquel 65,
08006 Barcelona
phone:00 34 933687235
Tuesday to Friday from 17 h to 20 h
OFF JOYA   : Klimt 02 Gallery presents "Portraits by Noon Passama" Winner of Art Jewellery Forum Award 2012
 
DTerra Gallery+Workshop presents « Walter Chen : Ondas » 19 oct.-30 Nov. 2013
DTerra Gallery
Av. Josep Anselm Clavé, 9
 St. Cugat del Vallès – (near Barcelona)
tel +34 936747807 –
info@dterra.es
OFF JOYA : DTerra Gallery + Workshop presents "Walter Chen: Ondas"
 
 
Jura Golub presents « Jura Golub and friends from Vienna » – 17-18-19 Oct. 2013 -  6 international artists from Austria : Petr Dvorak –  Jura Golub –  Jacqueline I. Lillie — Gerti Machacek — BaoToan Puls — Florian Wagner
Diputacio 349
08009 Barcelona
+34 931 26 20 39
11 a 21 h
OFF JOYA -  Jura Golub presents "Jura Golub and friends from Vienna" Petr Dvorak Jura Golub Jacqueline I. Lillie Gerti Machacek BaoToan Puls Florian Wagner

 

 
« El Bigote del Sr. Smith » presents « Matadero/Walka Studio » – Claudia Betancourt and Nano Pulgar from Chilean brand WALKA, will exhibit their award winning work (Excellence of Handcraftsmanship (UNESCO, Chile 2008-2009) in this new up and coming gallery.

Calle Joaquín Costa
08001 Barcelona
+34 93 412 09 50
info@bigotesmith.com

OFF JOYA - El Bigote del Sr. Smith presents "Matadero/Walka Studio"
 
 
Room Service Design presents « maden studio istanbul » -  Room Service : This design specialized gallery will host Burcu Büyukünal, Selen Ozus, Asli Kuris and Burcu Sülek from Maden, an up & coming jewellery studio from Turkey

C/ dels Àngels, 16 
08001 -  Barcelona 
T. +34 933 021 016
Lunes-Viernes:  10-14h y 16-19h
Sábado: 11-14h

OFF JOYA - Room Service Design presents "maden studio istanbul" -  Room Service - This design specialized gallery will host Burcu Büyukünal, Selen Ozus, Asli Kuris and Burcu Sülek from Maden, an up and coming jewellery studio from Turkey
 
Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya presents « Sincrònic » special exhibition of ceramic jewellery: Alfredo Gómez — Aline Berdichevsky — Carolina Giner — Esther Pi — Eva Mazana — Isabel Sousa Carvalho — Laia Ossorio — Luzia Vogt — Maria Saura — Marta Armada — Marta Ortí — Marta Pachón — Olivia Monti — Paula Estrada — Peter Hoogeboom — Roberta Ferreira — Rosa Nogués Freixes — Rosa M. Viadé — Shu-Lin Wu — Unai Cariñena — Zita Rodrigues – 26 sept.-31 oct 2013
Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya
C/ Doctor Dou, 7 baixos 1a
08001 Barcelona.
Tel: 93 317 69 06
acc@ceramistescat.org
www.ceramistescat.org
Associació Ceramistes de Catalunya presents "Sincrònic" Alfredo Gómez Aline Berdichevsky Carolina Giner Esther Pi Eva Mazana Isabel Sousa Carvalho Laia Ossorio Luzia Vogt Maria Saura Marta Armada Marta Ortí Marta Pachón Olivia Monti Paula Estrada Peter Hoogeboom Roberta Ferreira Rosa Nogués Freixes Rosa M. Viadé Shu-Lin Wu Unai Cariñena Zita Rodrigues
 
 
Escola d’Art del Treball presents « Jo.Joia » – 3-30 oct. 2013
Escola d’ART del Treball
Comte d’Urgell, 187
08036 Barcelona
 Tel. 93 321 90 66
Fax 93 410 54 34
OFF JOYA : Escola d'Art del Treball presents "Jo.Joia"

08/11/2011

Lange Nacht der Schmuckkunst – Wien (Austria) – 8-11 Nov. 2011

„LANGE NACHT DER SCHMUCKKUNST“ in  ganz Wien
Dienstag, 8. November 2011, von 17 -  24 Uhr

 Lange Nacht der Schmuckkunst in Wien

Vernissage: 8. November 2011, von 17-24 Uhr Franz Luttenberger wird ab 19 Uhr am Klavier spielen
Öffnungszeiten: 9., 10. und 11. November 2011, von 15 – 20 Uhr
Petr Dvorak wird mit seinen in letzter Zeit entstandenen Schmuckstücken bei Florian Wagner zu Gast sein. Für seinen Schmuck hat er eine neuartige Granat/Glas-Termofusion entwickelt, die er mit Titankostruktionen verbindet.
Es werden auch Schmuckstücke von Astrid Gold, Jacqueline Lillie, Gerti Machcek, Bao Toan Puls und Florian Wagner gezeigt.
45 Galerien und Werkstätten zeigen in der Wiener Innenstadt ihre aktuellen Schmuckkreationen! Eine ereignisreiche Schmucknacht in Wien, weitere Informationen unter

http://www.schmuckkunstwien.at/
http://www.floschmuck.at/?flo=contact
http://dvorakart.com/index.php?page=gallery

 http://www.schmuckkunstwien.at/images/stories/08_11_11_geschmuechter_baum.jpg

 

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Jewellery Night“ at gallery V+V

Ädellab is the Jewellery and Corpus program at Konstfack University College for Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm.
Ädellab was founded in 2004 by prof. Ruudt Peters and together with the current professor Karen Pontoppidan Ädellab has developed a reputation for offering a fresh approach to art education.
As a natural part of the education questions of quality are discussed among the students. What is good jewellery? can it be defined out from size, form, material, tradition or personal attachment? Well aware that no such measurements can be used as a norm, Ädellab has developed the concept of an office for jewellery quality control, as a slightly ironical comment to our hunger for quality proof but also as an invitation into the mind of Ädellab.

At the „Jewellery Night“ at gallery V+V we hope to create an interactive, joyful and fruitful discussion about
the many different aspects of jewellery that excite us.
We invite the visitors to bring their jewellery and get a evaluation of their pieces the „Ädellab-way“.
Welcome!
 
Galerie V&V
Bauernmarkt 19 (unter der Ankeruhr)
1010 Wien
T+43 1 5356334, F+43 1 810212140; 0699/14093221;
www.galerievundv.at, www.kunstnet.or.at/V+V, vundv@aon.at
www.schmuckkunstwien.at, www.galerienrundgang.at
Di – Mi - Do 15-19, Fr 11-18, Sa 11-17 Uhr
sowie nach tel. Vereinbarung, montags geschlossen

 

 

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