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05/08/2017

EXPO ‘Marzee Graduate Show 2017′ – Marzee Gallery, Nijmegen (NL) – 20 Aout-25 Oct. 2017

Marzee International Graduate Show 2017

Please join us, and the participating graduates, for the opening of the Marzee International Graduation Show on Sunday 20 August 2017 at 4pm at Galerie Marzee.

Marzee Graduation Show - opening 20 August 2017 at 4 pm

The annual Marzee International Graduation Show, is the highlight of our exhibition calendar, and has grown from a modest affair to an event unparallelled in size and scope. This year’s show will present a selection of jewellery and objects by more than 100 graduates from 40 different art schools and academies from Europe, US, Asia and Australia.
Galerie Marzee is unique in its support for emerging young talent and since 1986 the Marzee International Graduate Show has offered the best new graduates their first opportunity to exhibit in a world-renowned gallery. During the opening we will also award the Marzee Graduate Prize to this year’s most promising students.
Bringing together student works from all over the globe, Galerie Marzee’s graduate exhibition is the only of its kind. It serves as an annual survey of thesis research in the field of jewellery, but more importantly, as a venue for these investigations, questions, and queries to come to light. Indeed, with contributions from over 40 academies and colleges across the world, design and process are as varied as there are selected works. As these students transition from the structure provided by university jewellery departments into a studio practice of their own making, the opportunity for their first body of work to continue into the contemporary conversation is significant. Perfectly housed within the gallery, the Marzee International Graduate Show 2017 marks the 31st installment, and the only jewellery degree exhibition of this size and scope.
The exhibition will be on show through October 25th.

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  Lotta Koov, Earthly Pleasures, 2017, brooches; silicone, silver, steel. Graduated from EKA Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn, EstoniaLotta Koov, Earthly Pleasures, 2017, brooches; silicone, silver, steel. Graduated from EKA Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn, Estonia
 Graduate Show preview: Ammeli Engström, Not my hands, 2017, brooch; silver. Graduated from HDK Academy of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg, Sweden
  Ammeli Engström, Not my hands, 2017, brooch; silver. Graduated from HDK – School of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg, Sweden

    Melissa Selvius, Ankh II, 2017, necklace; aluminium, gold. Graduated from SDSU San Diego State University, United StatesMelissa Selvius, Ankh II, 2017, necklace; aluminium, gold. Graduated from SDSU San Diego State University, United States

 Marzee International Graduate Show 2017 -  Lu Kuai, Peep-Communication, 2017, necklace; lacquer, horse hair, wood, silver, copper. Graduated from BIFT Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, ChinaLu Kuai , Peep-Communication, 2017, necklace; lacquer, horse hair, wood, silver, copper. Graduated from BIFT Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, China

MARZEE Graduate Show (2017) preview: Tamae Kamishima, Gather, 2017, brooches; acrylic paint. Graduated from Hiko Mizuno, Tokyo, Japan Tamae Kamishima, Gather, 2017, brooches; acrylic paint. Graduated from Hiko Mizuno, Tokyo, Japan
Lilian Mattuschka, untitled, 2016, necklace; wood, rubber, iron. Graduated from Alchimia, Florence, ItalyLilian Mattuschka, untitled, 2016, necklace; wood, rubber, iron. Graduated from Alchimia, Florence, Italy

 Holly O'Hanlon, Excess 2, 2016/2017, brooch; slate, treated mild steel, precious white metal, precious yellow metal, two-part epoxy, steel pin. Graduated from Central Saint Martins, London, UK. #graduateshow2017 #galeriemarzee Holly O’Hanlon, Excess 2, 2016/2017, brooch; slate, treated mild steel, precious white metal, precious yellow metal, two-part epoxy, steel pin. Graduated from Central Saint Martins, London, UK

Graduate Show preview: Dabin Lee, Down the Rabbit Hole, 2017, brooch; silver, copper wire, fabric. Graduated from Royal Academy of Antwerp, Belgium Dabin Lee, Down the Rabbit Hole, 2017, brooch; silver, copper wire, fabric. Graduated from Royal Academy of Antwerp, Belgium

Natalie Nicholson, Yellow, 2016, necklace; linen, sterling silver, rubber, wood. Graduated from SUNY, New Paltz, USNatalie Nicholson, Yellow, 2016, necklace; linen, sterling silver, rubber, wood. Graduated from SUNY, New Paltz, US

Marzee graduate show 2017 - Pia Groh, N'1, 2017, earrings agate, oxidised silver. Graduated from Idar-Oberstein, Hochschule Trier, GermanyPia Groh, N’1, 2017, earrings agate, oxidised silver. Graduated from Idar-Oberstein, Hochschule Trier, Germany

Marzee Graduation Show - opening 20 August 2017 at 4 pm

Lage Markt 3 / Waalkade 4
6511 VK Nijmegen, Netherlands
tel +31 24 322 9670

 

 

05/05/2017

COUP de COEUR ! Victoria Ioannidou “THE UNBAREABLE LIGHTNES OF CO EXISTENCE”

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Grece (GR),Victoria IOANNIDOU (GR) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:30

New amazing work by Victoria Ioannidou jewelry-object designer,maker
“ THE UNBAREABLE LIGHTNES OF CO EXISTENCE”
The time has come to leave behind and part ways with all that is negative and preserve the quality of my life
because I am the one who will choose …to give up….. to live in the past…. to loose my pride..to fear…
OR to react… to feel anger… to fight ..and finally to move on.
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” ― Mae West
so………………..
I had to destroy the path ,leave no trace, so the evil could not follow me

 

 Victoria IoannidouVictoria Ioannidou  « recycling pain is a way of living? » – Necklace-Object – silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,wood,thread
photo by Aimilia Balaska

Victoria Ioannidou - "may your scream be stronger than your understanding" Necklace silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,cord,thread photo by Aimilia BalaskaVictoria Ioannidou - « may your scream be stronger than your understanding » Necklace silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,cord,thread – photo by Aimilia Balaska

Victoria Ioannidou - "emergent merging or..violent separation"... brooch silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,bronze,thread photo Aimilia BalaskaVictoria Ioannidou - « emergent merging or..violent separation »… brooch silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,bronze,thread – photo by Aimilia Balaska

Victoria Ioannidou - "It is not what it seems" armlet silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,rubber,threads photo Aimilia BalaskaVictoria Ioannidou - « It is not what it seems » armlet silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,rubber,threads - photo by Aimilia Balaska

Victoria Ioannidou - "It is not what it seems" armlet silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,rubber,threads - photo Aimilia BalaskaVictoria Ioannidou - « It is not what it seems » armlet silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,rubber,threads - photo by Aimilia Balaska

Victoria Ioannidou - "wanna go home" Necklace, silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,bronze,thread photo Aimilia BalaskaVictoria Ioannidou - « wanna go home » Necklace, silicone,paper,acrylics,eco glue,soda powder,bronze,thread – photo Aimilia Balaska

 

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06/10/2015

EXPO ‘Omnia Vanitas’ – Wcc-bf Mons, Anciens Abattoirs de Mons (BE) – 24 Oct. 2015-10 Janv. 2016

Omnia Vanitas By Wcc-bf Mons

Exposition du 24/10/15 au 10/01/16 aux Anciens Abattoirs de Mons

puis/et à la Galerie Koma, Mons  du 24 octobre 2015 au 20 décembre 2015

 wccbf_omniavanitas

 

Résultat de l’appel à candidature aux créateurs des pays de l’Union européenne. Toutes disciplines des arts appliqués, ainsi que design, photo,…
Resultat of the call to the artists from the European Union countries. Each discipline within the applied arts, as well as design, photography,…

Vanity is a theme as old as the existence of Art itself. “Remember you will die” whispered the slave to the Roman General during the triumphs. Nowadays, this superstition which became obsession cannot be hidden. Her rebirth in the Contemporary Art is such that Vanity has become true fashion or a lifestyle. “Vanitas vanitatum, omnia vanitas”. How better than the current age of technology and overconsumption to update this adage? In this month of the dead, Omnia Vanitas proposes a stop in space-time, a time for reflexion to ask themselves the right questions once again.
On this occasion, the WCC-BF and the Koma Gallery exposed 62 artists from Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, France, Italy, Portugal, Poland, Finland and Estonia. In their own way, each of them present their personal interpretation of death and Vanity. As in the exhibition of the European Price for Applied Arts, the artworks will be seen with all the contemplation and the reflexion it requires. In its own way, Omnia will propose to visitors a more intimate perspective on our relationship with life and death.

 

Faezeh AFCHARY-KORD — Nathalie AMAND — Tanneke BARENDREGT — Alice BERTRAND  — Philippa BEVERIDGE  — Frédéric BRAHAM — Philippe BRODZKI  — Isabelle CARPENTIER   — Sébastien CARRE  — Anne-Sophie COSTENOBLE — Rose-Marie CRESPIN — Betty CUYKX  — Emmanuelle DARNAULT — Estefania DE ALMEIDA — Anke DE KORT — Trees DEMITS  — Nathalie DESMEDT  — Nicolas DESTINO — Camille DUPUIS — Emelyne DUVAL  — Ana ESCOBAR  — Hilde FOKS — Trini GAINZA  — Adinda GODDYN — Elodie GONZALVEZ  — Sabine HERMAN — Peter HOOGEBOOM –  Irving S.T. Garp (Bernard CAELEN) – Delphine JOLY — Christer JONSSON — Arthur KEMPENAAR — Désirée KERKLAAN — Anke LAND — Nathalie LATOUR — Claire LAVENDHOMME  — Thérèse LEBRUN — Antoine LEPERLIER — Geraldine LUTTENBACHERJan MACHATOVAKadri MAELKJorge MANILLA — François MARCADON — Helena MARK — Olga MATHEY — Laurence MEYER — Julika MÜLLER — Rosa NOGUESBarbara PAGANIN Renzo PASQUALE — PATBOUN — Monika PATUSZYNSKA  — Nathalie PERRET Ruudt PETERS — Alet PILON — Olivier REMAN — Hélène RIVIERE — Sophie SCHRAEN — Johanna SCHWEIZER — Carolein SMIT  — Alejandra SOLAR  — Olivier SONCK  — Luus URMAS  — Dorothée VAN BIESENMonique VOZ  — Annamaria ZANELLA .

OMNIA VANITAS - Frédéric Braham Installation: Agape, 2006 Lackered wood, glass, metronome, fabric, plastic, insects, iron and Buchenwald stones jewellery, candlelight, pure pigment obtained by the calcination of bones, oxidized silver, chrome-plaited and painted metal, leather 290 x 95 x 200 cm Photo by: Paul Duvochel: Frédéric Braham Installation: Agape, 2006 Lackered wood, glass, metronome, fabric, plastic, insects, iron and Buchenwald stones jewellery, candlelight, pure pigment obtained by the calcination of bones, oxidized silver, chrome-plaited and painted metal, leather 290 x 95 x 200 cm Photo by: Paul Duvochel

Sebastien Carré - My Sweet Disease, 2014 - harnaisSébastien Carré - My Sweet Disease, 2014 – harnais
Structure en cotte de maille acier inoxydable et papier japonais crocheté ; Brodé avec des perles (Rocaille, plastiques, métalliques et pierres semi précieuse) ; coton, soie, fibre bi-composée (60%soie 40% algue), laine et nylon crochetés et graines d’arbres.
Harnais fais à ma taille / Harness made in my size

OMNIA VANITAS - Ruudt Peters Object: Costa, 2011 Polyurethane 13 x 22 x 3,5 cm: Ruudt Peters Object: Costa, 2011 Polyurethane 13 x 22 x 3,5 cm

OMNIA VANITAS - Luus Urmas Brooch: Purification, 2015 Kitchen Sponge, acrylic paint, glue 8,5 x 6 x 3,5 cm Photo by: Luus Urmas Carved with bared hands: Luus Urmas Brooch: Purification, 2015 Kitchen Sponge, acrylic paint, glue 8,5 x 6 x 3,5 cm Photo by: Luus Urmas Carved with bared hands

Alejandra Solar (M.F.A. 2014 Odar Oberstein) • Brooch "Murmullos" • Onyx, slate, silver, print • 2015 • © photo by artistAlejandra Solar (M.F.A. 2014 idar Obersteon) • Brooch « Murmullos » • Onyx, slate, silver, print • 2015 • © photo by artist

 Isabelle Carpentier - Diadème "Miss " Argent, résine, dents en porcelaine.Isabelle Carpentier – Diadème « Miss  » Argent, résine, dents en porcelaine

 

 

 

 

Deux lieux :

*Les Anciens Abattoirs/ Galerie du WCC-BF
17/02, rue de la Trouille
7000 Mons (Belgique)
www.wcc-bf.org
Exposition du 24 octobre 2015 au 10 janvier 2016
Exhibition from 24th october to 10th january 2016

Tous les jours (sauf le lundi, et les 24, 25, 31.12.2015 et 01.01.2016) de 10h00 à 18h00
Open everyday (except Monday, 24, 25, 31.12.2015 and 01.01.2016)  from 10:00 to 18:00

*Galerie KOMA
4, Rue des Gades
7000 Mons (Belgique)
www.asblkoma.be
Exposition du 24 octobre 2015 au 20 décembre 2015
Exhibition from 24th october to 20 December 2015
Mercredi jeudi samedi et dimanche de 14h00 à 18h00
Wednesday Thursday Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 18:00

 

19/04/2015

EXPO ‘TWEEX 3′ – La Vénerie/Ecuries, Watermael-Boitsfort (Brussels) (BE) – 24 Avril-17 Mai 2015

TWEEX 3 : masters & students of Contemporary Art Jewellery creation

The TWEEX 3 exhibition takes place at  La Vénerie/Ecuries, Watermael-Boitsfort Cultural Centre Vernissage: jeudi 23 avril de 18h à 21h + KERMESSE – Stand pêche aux canards -  happening :  Je 23 avril  18h >  20h

TWEEX 3.     Exhibition  /  24 Apr-17 May 2015 - La Vénerie, Bruxelles -

In a co-production with La Vénerie, Françoise Vanderauwera and Bernard François present a third overview of masters and student work from four different colleges and art academies:
KASKA (Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten), Antwerp, (Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp)
RHoK (Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten), Brussels, (College of Fine Arts, Brussels)
SASK (Stedelijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten), Sint-Niklaas and
Académie de Dessin et des Arts décoratifs « Gustave Camus » de Châtelet ,Charleroi.

 Tweex3

Maîtres et élèves créateurs de bijoux contemporains.  3ème Etat des lieux de la transmission des savoirs maîtres-élèves du «bijou d’auteur» dans nos écoles supérieures et académies d’art. Art jeune et pluridisciplinaire, à la croisée des beaux-arts et du design, le bijou d’art contemporain, forme d’expression artistique à part entière, fait incontestablement partie de notre patrimoine. En s’interrogeant sur le poids des savoirs et la part de ceux-ci dans la création contemporaine et en soulignant le caractère critique et autoréflexif de cette discipline artistique, nous vous proposons de découvrir les passeurs de ces savoirs issus des Académies des Beaux- Arts de Châtelet (Charleroi), KASK (Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerpen) RHoK (Academie Beeldende Kunsten, Brussel) et SASK (Stedelijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Sint-Niklaas).

Tatiana Warenichova (KASKA alumni), Fairy Teller Queen, brooch, 2010, magazine paper, wood, silvervander Tatiana Warenichova (KASKA alumni), Fairy Teller Queen, brooch, 2010, magazine paper, wood, silvervander

Artist list :  Nina AirapetovaVelislava Bozhinova — Nadine Braeckeleer — Tineke Carels — Ilse Claus — Antonio Conati — Laurent-Max De Cock — Barbara Deriemaeker — Alain Duprez — Silke Fleischer — Kathleen Frisson — Jeaninne Gailly — Max Gielis — Jonathan Hens — Karin Lanneer –  Jorge Manilla — Brigitte Mathieu — Marta Miguel — Michel Mousset — Hilde Van Belleghem — Lore Van KeerJasper VandenbergheKaren VanmolPeter Vermandere

 TWEEX 3. Ilse Claus Bracelet: Second skin, 2015 chamois leather, gelatin, pigment, plastic zipper bag Photo by: Stanislas Huaux SASK-Sint-Niklaas studentIlse Claus - Bracelet: Second skin, 2015 chamois leather, gelatin, pigment, plastic zipper bag - Photo by: Stanislas HuauxSASK-Sint-Niklaas student

Marta Miguel - RHoK alumni - healing pendant, 2011 pink felt with latexMarta Miguel -  healing pendant, 2011 pink felt with latex - RHoK alumni -

 Left: Max Gielis (RHoK teacher), Are we Going to Die Pretty?, brooch, 2013, silver, feathers, glass, blood Right: Barbara Deriemaeker (RHoK alumni), No titel, necklace, 2012, plaster, lintLeft: Max Gielis (RHoK teacher), Are we Going to Die Pretty?, brooch, 2013, silver, feathers, glass, blood
Right: Barbara Deriemaeker (RHoK alumni), No titel, necklace, 2012, plaster, lint

 Barbara Deriemaeker RHoK alumni No titel 2012 plaster, stuffed animals, boxesBarbara Deriemaeker (RHoK alumni) No titel 2012 plaster, stuffed animals, boxes

 Left: Jorge Manilla (KASKA teacher), Essence of morality, pendant, 2013, Polymer Gypsum, steel, fabrics, photo: Hanne Nieberding Right: Jonathan Hens (KASKA alumni), DARK PARADISE #4, bracelet, 2013, tin, sutures, plastic, photo: Hanne NieberdingLeft: Jorge Manilla (KASKA teacher), Essence of morality, pendant, 2013, Polymer Gypsum, steel, fabrics, photo: Hanne Nieberding
Right: Jonathan Hens (KASKA alumni), DARK PARADISE #4, bracelet, 2013, tin, sutures, plastic, photo: Hanne Nieberding

Left: Hilde Van Belleghem (SASK teacher), ruuw & puur, necklace-bracelet and ring, 2015, silver 925, photo: Lieven Herreman Right: Tineke Carels (SASK alumni), hebberige handjes, necklace, 2014, silver, photo: Stanislas HuauxLeft: Hilde Van Belleghem (SASK teacher), ruuw & puur, necklace-bracelet and ring,2015, silver 925, (detail) photo: Lieven Herreman
Right: Tineke Carels (SASK alumni), hebberige handjes, necklace, 2014, silver, (detail) photo: Stanislas Huaux

Left: Hilde Van Belleghem (SASK teacher), ruuw & puur, necklace-bracelet and ring,2015, silver 925, (detail) photo: Lieven Herreman / Right: Tineke Carels (SASK alumni), hebberige handjes, necklace, 2014, silver,  photo: Stanislas Huaux   Left: Hilde Van Belleghem (SASK teacher), ruuw & puur, necklace-bracelet and ring,2015, silver 925, (detail) photo: Lieven Herreman Right: Tineke Carels (SASK alumni), hebberige handjes, necklace, 2014, silver, photo: Stanislas Huaux

 Dimitar Stankov KASKA alumni Bagpipes and Memories ring, 2014 silver Dimitar Stankov (KASKA alumni) Bagpipes and Memories ring, 2014 silver

 Dimitar Stankov Ring: Untitled, 2014 silver KASKA alumni Dimitar Stankov Ring: Untitled, 2014 silver KASKA alumni

 Velislava Bozhinova Necklace: Adaptation, 2014 porcelain, hemp rope KASKA alumniVelislava Bozhinova Necklace: Adaptation, 2014 porcelain, hemp rope KASKA alumni

 Karen Vanmol Necklace: Cultivate, 2014 Wood, Laminated, brass, paint, silver, plastic vintage beads KASKA alumniKaren Vanmol Necklace: Cultivate, 2014 Wood, Laminated, brass, paint, silver, plastic vintage beads KASKA alumni

 Gailly Jeannine Pendant: Untitled, 2015 Châtelet alumni Gailly Jeannine Pendant: Untitled, 2015 Châtelet alumni

 Left: Kathleen Frisson (SASK teacher), In memoriam, necklace, 2015, onyx, silver, gold, photo: Stanislas Huaux Right: Karin Lanneer (SASK alumni), ode aan de onbekende schilder 2, necklace, 2013, chitterlings, yarn, pearls, silver metal, photo: Stanislas Huaux Left: Kathleen Frisson (SASK teacher), In memoriam, necklace, 2015, onyx, silver, gold, photo: Stanislas Huaux
Right: Karin Lanneer (SASK alumni), ode aan de onbekende schilder 2, necklace, 2013, chitterlings, yarn, pearls, silver metal, photo: Stanislas Huaux

 Jasper Vandenberghe (KASKA alumni), Experimentables - Exp2.W.2015, ring, tin, Amethyst QuartsJasper Vandenberghe (KASKA alumni), Experimentables – Exp2.W.2015, ring, tin, Amethyst Quarts

 

Vander A Gallery  / La Vénerie
3 place Gilson 3
1170 Watermael-Boitsfort  (Brussels) BELGIUM
info@vanderagallery.be
tel  (0) 495 264 281
(0) 478 570 674
from Friday 24 April 2015 to Sunday 17 May 2015 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saterday: from 14:00 to 18:00 Sunday: from 10:00 to 13:00

 

 

18/01/2015

Among my « BLACK ENVIes » : Maria Rosa Franzin

Classé dans : AGC Italia,COUP DE COEUR,Gal. Alliages (FR),Italie (IT),Maria Rosa FRANZIN (IT) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:29

Maria Rosa Franzin

Une grande dame, des bijoux d’exception …….. Quelqu’un a parlé de « Architecture of light » en parlant de ses bijoux …. oui, c’est exactement ça …

« Thinking about the object, sketching her thoughts and then letting time pass to encourage them to become concrete shapes. My pieces are the result of a close confrontation between thought expression in terms of signs and its actual translation into three- dimensional objects by working flat metal plate.
The pictorial instinct is in the way shapes and in the implementation phase, become graphic signs, a brushstroke, mark, scratch, specks on the “skin” of metal.
Steel wire provides a means for translating these graphic marks like in the neckpiece Hartung.
Pictorial traces are outlined on the surface of the metal, abstract compositions where gold veins emerge from oxidized silver plated or surfaces are marked by tiny traces. »

Maria Rosa Franzin - Brooch, 2000. Silver, pure gold .Maria Rosa Franzin – Brooch, 2000. Silver, pure gold

Maria Rosa Franzin -  “Breeze” Necklace, 2000. Silver, pure gold, steel.Maria Rosa Franzin -  “Breeze” Necklace, 2000. Silver, pure gold, steel.

Maria Rosa Franzin -   Necklace INSTALLAZIONE - Gold999, silver800 lenght cm 68 - 2010Maria Rosa Franzin -   Necklace INSTALLAZIONE – Gold999, silver800 lenght cm 68 - 2010
(you can buy it at ALLIAGES)

Maria Rosa Franzin - Brooch,"Dark Moon"Maria Rosa Franzin – Brooch, »Dark Moon » 2010

Maria Rosa Franzin - Brooch "DUE", 2014 - base in argento, filo argento ossidato e sotto una lastra sottile di onice- L'altra parte è una forma sbalzata in argento e oro puroMaria Rosa Franzin - Brooch « DUE », 2014 – « base in argento, filo argento ossidato e sotto una lastra sottile di onice- L’altra parte è una forma sbalzata in argento e oro puro … » cosi dice la MAESTRA !

Maria Rosa Franzin - HARTUNG Necklace, detailMaria Rosa Franzin - HARTUNG Necklace, detail

Maria Rosa Franzin - Brooch 2014 SPAZIO NERO - Silver800, gold999, onix cm 6x6 - height cm 5Maria Rosa Franzin – Brooch 2014  « SPAZIO NERO » – Silver800, gold999, onix cm 6×6 – height cm 5
 (I made the picture a little clearer to be able to see the details and the different levels – can be bought at ALLIAGES …)

 

 

14/01/2014

RESPIRAR …… con Maria CARELLI

Classé dans : Argentine (RA),COUP DE COEUR,Maria CARELLI (RA),organics,www Joyeros Argentinos — bijoucontemporain @ 0:22

Maria Carelli - collection 2013 « Respirar » – escamas de pez, plata -
ça commence comme ça « Nací en Mar del Plata ………..«  et déjà l’imagination s’envole, tous les sens en éveil …
de la mer, elle a retenu la transparence, la blancheur de l’écume, et les poissons … pour leurs écailles, dont sont fait ces bijoux -

Jewelry done with fish scales !

 

Maria Carelli - "Respirar" 2013 - escamas de pez, plata -  http://www.mariacarelli.com/Maria Carelli - « Respirar » 2013 – escamas de pez, plata
.0-  http://www.mariacarelli.com/img/medium/RespirarI.jpgMaria Carelli – « Respirar » 2013 – escamas de pez, plata – detalle

Maria Carelli - "Respirar" 2013 - escamas de pez, plata -  http://www.mariacarelli.com/Maria Carelli - « Respirar » 2013 – escamas de pez, plata María Carelli - Joyería Contemporánea - "Respirar" brazalete  escamas de pez, plata 925, construccion -María Carelli -  « Respirar » brazalete  – escamas de pez, plata 925, construccio
María Carelli - Learn to Fly - "Las manos y el alma del artesano" De Freud al taller de joyasMaría Carelli -  « Las manos y el alma del artesano » De Freud al taller de joyas
María Carelli - Learn to Flyat workshop …

« Psicóloga de profesión, …….. estudié técnicas de joyería en la escuela de oficios municipal “Maestro Joyero Sergio Lukez” desde 2009 hasta 2011. En 2009 comencé de manera simultánea a estudiar con el maestro Jorge Castañón, y encontré en su taller “La Nave” un lugar para desarrollar mi creatividad, explorar nuevas técnicas y avanzar hacia una joyería de autor……
Actualmente me dedico con exclusividad a la joyería contemporánea.
Un trabajo que incluye el cuerpo como parte de la transformación o expresión de una idea en una pieza concreta. Las piezas están diseñadas y realizadas a mano por mí en mi taller con excepción de las líneas Calados en las que tercerizo parte del trabajo para producir piezas seriadas. »

Hace parte de los Joyeros Argentinos

 

Maria Carelli "marea"Maria Carelli « marea » necklace – fish scales

07/02/2013

EXPO ‘The Food Project: The shape of taste’ – Mart Rovereto, Rovereto (Italy) – 9 Fevr.-2 Juin 2013

Classé dans : Barbara UDERZO (IT),Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Italie (IT),organics,www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 19:57

Progetto Cibo – La forma del gusto

In recent years, the debate about food in the world of design has attained unheard-of levels of public interest. And the world of design, which always records and often anticipates aesthetic and cultural trends, together with socio-economic and anthropological ones, has in turn dedicated close attention to the world of food, showing creativity, curiosity and great innovative capacity.
The creations of a large group of “food designers” are at the centre of “The Food Project. The shape of taste” exhibition, with which the Mart, Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto presents the art of industrial projects and experimental design applied to foods.
Curated by Beppe Finessi, the exhibition will run from 9th February to 2nd June 2013.

EXPO 'progetto cibo'  Barbara Uderzo – Bijoux chocolat, 2004  “Progetto Cibo. La forma del gusto”

Selection of participating designers and architects: Enrico Azzimonti — Bompas&Parr — Achille Castiglioni — Stephan Bureaux — Lorenzo Damiani — Florence Doleac — FormaFantasma — Giorgetto Giugiaro — Marije Vogelzang — Marti Guixé — Giulio Iachetti — Marcel Wanders — Enzo MariAlessandro Mendini — Katja Grujters — Konstantin Grcic — Gaetano Pesce — Diego Ramos — Philippe Starck —  and leading chefs, like Gualtiero Marchesi, together with Bruno Barbieri, Massimo Bottura, Antonio Canavacciuolo, Carlo Cracco, Daniel Facen, Davide Oldani and Davide Scabin.
The exhibition is divided into a number of thematic areas and opens with a tribute to the “Good Design” book written by Bruno Munari 50 years ago, in which the great maestro taught his readers to read the products of nature, like oranges, as though they were objects of design, stressing their “functional and performance” characteristics with irony and precision.
Starting with the lesson, the exhibition reveals some “anonymous foods” through a series of graphic interpretations, to reveal their traditional forms in their sophisticated and precise architectural connotations: because behind such geographically connoted foods – like sushi or strudel, but also lasagna, and arancino or oliva ascolana – is frequently concealed a planning approach that is the result of a careful compromise between image, taste and production. A basic and omnipresent food – bread – will be presented in a series of different forms, displayed like sculptures to stress their aesthetic “fineness”.
Various types of pasta, designed by such as Giorgetto Giugiaro, Mauro Olivieri and Christian Ragot, will emblematically show how the creativity of designers converges with industrial production; this is one of the key themes of the exhibition. As Giampiero Bosoni writes in the catalogue, it has “revolutionised the relationship between form and content in food”. A felicity of synthesis that also underlies the success of commercial products, like Baci Perugina chocolates, Ferrero Rocher, Krumiro biscuits and Saratoga Chips.
The reflection about the transformations implemented by the food industry, which is still undergoing a radical evolution, meets the subject of ethics, ecology and also – in a section dedicated to patents – the relationship between creativity and standardisation.
“Food designers” today have an almost infinite freedom to shape form and function. Objects like the “Edible pen” of Martì Guixè, the chocolate “Golosimetro” (“greediness metre”) of Paolo Ulian and “Sugar Spoon” of Marije Vogelzang are some of the results of their fantasy.
In many cases, it is the form of a product that is planned and developed as a decorative element: the exhibition will display the jellies of Bompas & Parr reproducing St Paul’s Cathedral in London, the “Bread Palette” (a palette-shaped toast) by Ryohei Yoshiyuki and Delphine Huguet’s “Speculoos”, a biscuit that adapts to the shape of the coffee cup. All objects containing a dash of irony that develops into an entertaining detached viewpoint in the creations of Matteo Ragni, Diego Ramos and Enrico Azzimonti, gathered together in a section entitled “Irony, metaphor and paradox”.
Also on show are some designer objects made from food: chocolate jewels by Barbara Uderzo, bread dinner services by FormaFantasma and the “Decafè” of Raúl Laurí Pla, winner of the Salone satellite 2012 in Milan.
Alessandro Mendini’s “Cioccolator” (“Chocolator”) – a calculator in the form of a chocolate bar – and “Popsicles” by Putput – sponges shaped to resemble ice cubes – are instead unusual examples of designer objects alluding to food.
One section of the exhibition will reveal a number of recipes, created by creative figures who invent particularly sophisticated dishes as a living; not just leading Italian and international chefs, but also those who normally apply their sensitivity and creativity to other areas, including a sizeable group of designers invited recently to express themselves by offering a recipe.
There will also be a site-specific project made for the Mart by Martì Guixé, one of the new masters of design, and one of those who has most applied his talent to the world of food, revealing further expressive possibilities in a field that is so fundamental to our lives.
The exhibition ends with an overview of the future of food, with some brilliant and often very young talented designers who will for the first time present creations in the museum’s rooms that are not merely experimental and sophisticated, but also profoundly marked by an ethical and social tension. The exhibition will be accompanied by a rich catalogue, published by Electa, Milan, containing a number of essays dedicated to the subject, written by important experts and critics who have for years examined the relationship between food and design.
A busy programme of events will involve chefs of international standing, who will hold a series of evening cooking shows in the exhibition rooms. Workshops with the designers will provide visitors with the opportunity to create jewels and sculptures from local products. During the whole exhibition period, the visit will also enable the public to taste some free titbits and meet the protagonists of the exhibition.

Barbara Uderzo - Bijoux chocolat, 2004  “Progetto Cibo. La forma del gusto” http://www.mart.tn.it/progettocibo Barbara Uderzo – Bijoux chocolat, 2004

 The Food Project: The shape of taste -  Artists: Barbara Uderzo  - Mart Rovereto, (Rovereto, Italy)  09-Feb-2013 - 02-Jun-2013    website: www.mart.trento.it  mail: info@mart.trento.itBarbara Uderzo
David Bielander - Scampi, 2007  “Progetto Cibo. La forma del gusto” http://www.mart.tn.it/progettocibo David Bielander – Scampi, 2007

 Johnny Hermann - Wooden popsicle “Progetto Cibo. La forma del gusto” http://www.mart.tn.it/progettocibo Johnny Hermann – Wooden popsicle

 

Mart Rovereto
Corso Bettini 43
38068 – Rovereto
Italy
Telephone: +39 0464 438887
website: www.mart.trento.it
mail: info@mart.trento.it

08/01/2013

EXPO ‘FROM THE COOLEST CORNER’ – National Museum of Art, Architecture & Design, Oslo (Norway) – 19 janv.-21 Avril 2013

FROM THE COOLEST CORNER - Nordic Jewellery

from the coolest corner

From the Coolest Corner – Nordic Jewellery presents groundbreaking and fresh jewellery from Northern Europe, a comprehensive selection of current works by artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Baltic States. The best and most innovative Scandinavian art jewellery is presented, assessing its possibilities and potential at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
The project presented in this publication, culminating in a symposium and a travelling exhibition, challenges stereotypical notions of northern European art jewellery. Do the typical Nordic trends of the nineteen-nineties still apply today? Indeed are there currently any general trends at all in Scandinavian design? Or has the orientation towards international design become so dominant that there are no longer any regional characteristics?
Renowned experts have made a selection of representative works, as a basis for researching the role of northern European jewellery in the context of international art.

With 160 works by artists from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Baltic States, this publication considers the significance, strategies and trends of Nordic jewellery art in the early twenty-first century. Expert authors present the backgrounds, developments and characteristics of the contemporary jewellery.

Authors| jury: Liesbeth den Besten (NL) – Widar Halén (NO) – Love Jönsson (SE) – Päivi Ruutiainen (FI) – Jorunn Veiteberg (DK/NO)

Helga Ragnhildur MogensenHelga Ragnhildur Mogensen, Island, neck piece The Red Thread, 2010, driftwood, thread, sterling silver

Exhibition(s)  at
* The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway 19.1. to 21. 4. 2013,
afterwards at the
* Designmuseum Danmark, Copenhagen // The Danish Design Museum, Copenhagen, DK
* the Design Museum, Helsinki // The Design Museum, Helsinki, Finland (nov. 2013-Jan 2014)
* The Estonian Museum of Applied Art and Design, Tallinn, Estonia
* the Röhsska Museum of fashion, design & decorative arts, Gothenburg , Sweden
* at Galerie Handwerk, Munich, March 2015 // Galerie Handwerk , München, Germany during ‘Schmuck’ 2015

Further information: www.coolestcorner.no

Touring plan

EXHIBITION

Includes a parallel program with 15 exhibitions and events all over Oslo in the winter of 2013
Oslo (NO)
Copenhagen (DK)
Helsinki (FI)
Tallinn (EE)
Gothenburg
Munich
19 January – 21 April 2013
28 June – 15 September 2013
29 November 2013 – 12 January 2014
7 March – 11 May 2014
31 May – 21 September 2014
March 2015

19th January -  21st April 2013:
Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo, Norway – Kunstindustrimuseet
www.nasjonalmuseet.no13.06. – 15.09.13:
Designmuseum Danmark, København in Danmark
designmuseum.dk10th October – November 2013:
Design Museum in Helsinki, Helsinki in Finland
www.designmuseum.fiJanuary to April 2014:
Röhsska museet, Göteborg in Sweden
www.designmuseum.seMarch 2015
Galerie Handwerk, München in Germany during „Schmuck“

 

Participants: 

The following 61 artists have been invited to participate in the exhibition:
Denmark: Annette DamMarie-Louise KristensenKaori Juzu - Josephine Winther – Julie Bach – Thorkild Thøgersen
Finland: Ami Avellán – Aino Favén – Clarice Finell – Janne Hirvonen – Sirja Knaapi – Mervi Kurvinen – Mirja Marsch – Anna RikkinenJanna Syvänoja – Monica Wickström
Iceland: Hulda B. Ágústsdóttir – Ástþór & Kjartan for Orr – Hildur Ýr Jónsdóttir – Helga Ragnhildur Mogensen
Norway: Liv BlåvarpSigurd Bronger – Linnea Calder – Lillan Eliassen – Elise Hatlø – Anne Léger – Anna Talbot – Gunnhild Tjåland
Sweden: Tobias AlmBeatrice BroviaNicolas Cheng – Åsa Elmstam – Daniela Hedman – Hanna Hedman – Karin Johansson – Jenny Klemming – Agnieszka KnapAgnes Larsson – Kajsa Lindberg – Paula LindblomÅsa LocknerMärta Mattsson – Lena Olson – Lina PetersonAnnika Pettersson – Margareth Sandström – Sanna SvedestedtAnna Unsgaard – Peter de Wit - Sara Borgegård Älgå – Annika Åkerfelt
Estonia: Julia Maria KünnapMaarja Niimagi – Kristi Paap – Anna-Marie Saar – Tanel Veenre

Guests of Honour :
The jury decided to invite jewellers who had and are still having a great impact on the artistic development of the jewellery scene in their country :
Denmark: Kim Buck  //  Finland: Helena Lehtinen  //  Norway: Konrad Mehus   //  Sweden: Tore Svendson // Estonia: Kadri Mälk

Anna Talbot (NO), necklace Oh My Deer, 2011 (expo "from the coolest corner" Anna Talbot (NO), necklace Oh My Deer, 2011

Kim Buck (DK)_Bonsai I-V_2012 ringer Kim Buck (DK) – « Bonsai I-V » 2012 ringer

Designmuseum Danmark - FROM THE COOLEST CORNER - "Pumpous" 2011 by Kim Buck « Pumpous » 2011 by Kim Buck

Konrad Mehus (NO)_Birds nest_2003 Konrad Mehus (NO) – Birds nest – 2003

"untitled" Janna Syvänoja, Finland.  Shown at the exhibition at the National Museum.  http://www.coolestcorner.no/ Janna Syvänoja, Finland – « untitled »

Every Road Is Just Another Way Home by Lillan Eliassen, Norway. Lillan Eliassen, Norway – « Every Road Is Just Another Way Home »

Tore Svensson - not classic typology of portrait –medaillons Tore Svensson – not classic typology of portrait –medaillon/brooch

Elise Hatlø -   Grandma sings the bluesElise Hatlø -   Grandma sings the blues Agnieszka Knap (SWE) "anatomy_of_fear" 2011_enameloncopper_Agnieszka Knap (SWE) « anatomy of fear » 2011 enamel on copper Feet from the Ground Series by Daniela Hedman. Daniela HedmanFeet from the Ground Series


Helena Lehtinen (FIN)_Gardens_2012 halskjede

Helena Lehtinen (FIN)  – Gardens – 2012 halskjede

Hedmann Hanna (SWE) "While_they_await_extinction"  (Spheniscus magellanicus) halskjede 2011

Hanna Hedmann (SWE) – « While_they_await_extinction »  (Spheniscus magellanicus) halskjede 2011

Julia Maeia Kunnap (Est.) "from the middle of a dream" brooch 2010 Julia Maria Kunnap (Est.) « from the middle of a dream » brooch 2010

Sigurd Bronger -Norway, Fan Brooch, 2009, gold-plated brass, steel, enamel paint, 80 x 25 mm Sigurd Bronger -Norway, Fan Brooch, 2009, gold-plated brass, steel, enamel paint

‘Breaking the Ice’ symposium with theorists, artists and representatives of galleries, museums and other establishments, on the subject of the present and future of jewellery art, to be held in January 2013 in Oslo/Norway.

 

There will be a wide range of jewellery events taking place in various locations in Oslo in January 2013. We are working with the following galleries:

  • Galleri Expo Arte – young graduate jewellery students from abroad
  • Galleri Format Oslo – Jewellery from The Netherlands and New Zealand
  • RAM galleri – Camilla Luihn ‘The cloud, the wave and the koi remix’
  • Kunsthåndverkerne i Kongensgate – ‘Lightspot’
  • Kunstnerforbundet – Ingjerd Hanevold
  • Vigeland Museet – ‘Aftermath’
  • BRUDD – ‘Yours Sincerely’
  • Galleri Seilduken – KL!NK presents ‘The Black of Night’
  • Window Exhibition at Fritjof Nansens Plass

There will also be arranged several exhibitions at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

More information about the program (pdf)

Lillan EliassenLillan Eliassen, Norway, neck piece « Courage », 2012, casting clay, copper

"very guilty" brooch Kadri Malk Kadri Mälk, (Guest of Honour Estonia), brooch « Very Guilty », 2010, Siberian jet, black rhodium plated with white gold, spinel, tourmalines


The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway
The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design
St. Olavs gate 1
Oslo

Martina Kaufmann (Project Leader)  : martina.kaufmann@gmail.com

04/07/2012

EXPO ‘Rêves de villes’ – Galerie Diane & Eric Lhoste, Biarritz (FR) – 13 Juill.-8 Sept. 2012

« Dreams of cities » 13th July until 8th September 2012 New exhibition of contemporary jewelery and old drawings on the theme « Dreams of cities ».

Nouvelle exposition de bijoux contemporains et de dessins anciens sur le thème « rêves de villes ». Trois artistes, trois visions, trois histoires racontées avec d’étonnants bijoux sculptures : Gillian Harvie (GB) représente une ville issue d’un rêve : déformée, labyrinthique, où les perspectives sont faussées. Aline Kokinopoulos (FR) imagine des villes invisibles : palais d’orient, cités lointaines… Asagi Maeda (Japon) réinvente une ville idéalisée ou nous fait participer à la vie des habitants de Tokyo.
Parallèlement, nous présentons une sélection de dessins anciens, principalement du XIXème siècle : dessins de peintres voyageurs, notamment d’André Fouquier, originaire de Saint-Jean de Luz, qui fit des esquisses des villes du bassin méditerranéen dans les années 1850.  Rêves de villes

Three artists, three visions, three stories in amazing jewelry sculptures :
Gillian Harvie‘s work (Great Britain) is a city in a dream where lines are distorted.
Aline Kokinopoulos (France) dreams of invisible cities: East Palace, distant cities …
Asagi Maeda (Japan) reinvents an idealized city or tell us the lives of people in Tokyo.
In parallel, we present a selection of old master drawings, mainly of the nineteenth century : drawings by artists travelling in unknown countries, including Achille Fouquier, a native of St. Jean de Luz, who made sketches of the of the Mediterranean cities in the 1850s.

LOOT of the Day! Japanese artist Asagi Maeda creates jewelry that takes you into other worlds. This stunning piece “Dreams on the surface of puddles” is made from sterling silver, acrylic glass, avonite and yellow beryl.Asagi Maeda bracelet « Dreams on the surfaces of the puddles » argent, email, plexiglass
EXPO 'Rêves de villes' - Galerie Diane & Eric Lhoste, Biarritz (FR) - 13 Juill.-8 Sept. 2012  dans Aline KOKINOPOULOS (FR)
Asagi Maeda bracelet « Dreams on the surfaces of the puddles » argent, email, plexiglass – poème gravé sur le bracelet:
« Disappointed, walking with your head down
The blue sky after the rain is reflected in a puddle
Looking up, the sky is graceful and invigorating
The air is clean, feel the warmth of the sun … »
Puddles reflect anonymous stories
A scene of kids playing with laughter in the background
Sometimes ripples shake the images
When it is still again, your smile might be on the ground
 dans Asagi MAEDA (JP)
Asagi Maeda bracelet
Asagi Maeda, bague (ring) "class portrait", argent, or, plexiglassAsagi Maeda, bague (ring) « class portrait », argent, or, plexiglass
Gillian Harvie bague "Hilltop Houses"  (exhibition at galerie Diane & Eric Lhoste, Biarritz, France)Gillian Harvie bague (ring) « Hilltop Houses »
Aline Kokinopoulos bague "villes invisibles" argent et pierresAline Kokinopoulos bague « villes invisibles » argent et pierres
Aline Kokinopoulos bague "villes invisibles" argent et pierresAline Kokinopoulos bague « villes invisibles » argent et pierres
Aline KokinopoulosAline Kokinopoulos
Aline KokinopoulosAline Kokinopoulos

 

Galerie Diane & Eric Lhoste

25 av. Edouard VII, Biarritz, FRance
tel 06 07 83 38 91
mail: eric.lhoste@wanadoo.fr

16/06/2012

EXPO ‘Mirror Mirror’ – Espace Solidor, Cagnes-sur-mer (FR) – 23 Juin-23 Sept. 2012

Du 23 juin au 23 septembre : « Mirror Mirror »
Une exposition en hommage à Suzy Solidor, sur une proposition de Jo Bloxham et Benjamin Lignel.

Cagnes-sur-mer« Vingt-neuf artistes, de quatorze pays différents, ont répondu à notre invitation et se sont penchés sur la vie de Suzy Solidor. Nous croyons que la diversité de leurs réponses constitue un tribut à un parcours de vie hors normes, et qu’il est propice de la lire en dialogue avec les tableaux présentés du Château. Miroir déformé de sa collection de portraits, elle la prolonge (ces bijoux et objets sont souvent eux-mêmes des portraits), mais “l’exagère” aussi. En effet, les pratiques représentées ici ne sont pas mimétiques : il n’est pas question de “ressembler” à un sujet, mais d’équiper ses fictions identitaires : “je suis pirate / chanteuse / mangeuse d’hommes et de femmes / malouine échappée à Paris… pour y chanter des histoires de bord de mer”.
Le bijou a ceci de singulier qu’il identifie son propriétaire. Il le désigne, mais l’invente aussi : quel meilleur medium que le bijou pour alimenter la mythomanie légère de Solidor ?
Si elles dialoguent avec Suzy, les oeuvres montrées ici le font aussi avec la pratique du bijou contemporain elle-même. Ce dernier point a guidé nos choix photographiques dans la composition de ce catalogue. Au lieu de reproduire les objets détourés sur fond blanc, ce qui aurait encouragé une lecture sculpturale des pièces, nous avons préféré rendre à chaque objet sa taille relative, et photographier chaque double-page en une seule prise de vue en y laissant les indices d’un déballage récent. Notre propos était de rendre manifeste l’envers du décor des expositions de bijou contemporain : sa dimension logistique, et la réalité de ces colis qui voyagent d’un bout du monde à l’autre pour arriver à Cagnes-sur-Mer (les “boites” s’envoleront à nouveau après cette première exposition vers la galerie Velvet da Vinci de San Francisco). Cette quête de réalisme aura été l’occasion d’établir des correspondances imprévues entre les pièces en vis-à-vis : ultimes miroirs dont nous espérons qu’ils enrichiront la lecture de chaque oeuvre.
L’invitation faite à chaque artiste de créer un bijou “pour quelqu’un” reproduit des schémas de commande très conventionnels dans les arts appliqués : on verra cependant dans les pages suivantes à quel point leurs réponses ne le sont pas.« 
Jo Bloxham (1963, GB) & Benjamin Lignel (1972, FR)
commissaires

 Cagnes- invitation(à gauche: Peter Hoogeboom ‘embrasses’, manchettes en coquilles de moules  – - à droite : Manon van Kouswijk ‘Pearls for girls’)

une exposition de bijoux, d’objets, de photographies, d’installations et de performances créés spécialement par:
Jivan Astfalck — Maisie BroadheadLiesbet BusscheCarole DeltenreIris Eichenberg — Rebekah Frank — Kiko GianoccaSophie HanagarthKirsten HaydonLeonor Hipólito — Mike Holmes — Peter HoogeboomLisa Juen Lauren Kalman Susanne KlemmEmmanuel Lacoste — Natalie Luder — Irma Mae — Mia MaljojokiJorge ManillaNanna MellandSeth PapacMarie PendarièsNathalie PerretRuudt PetersConstanze SchreiberKarin SeufertBettina SpecknerManon van Kouswijk
Seth Papac - New piece from the put on the lights series for the exhibition Mirror, Mirror at Espace Solidor, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France opening June 23.Seth Papac  ‘Put on the lights’ – collier – laiton  2012
Liesbeth Bussche – ‘Urban jewelry’ installation in-situ d’1 chaine et de 6 breloques – zinc – photo Enrico Bartolucci, Paris
Nanna Melland ‘Unbound’ – install. et video – chaines et clé ancienne
Peter Hoogeboom – 2 manchettes en coquilles de moules
Manon van Kouswijk ‘Pearls for girls’ porcelaine, pigments, soie et or
Jorge Manilla ‘The best moments of my life’ – tissu, acier, biorésine, cuir
Natalie Luder  ‘Mythe de nuit’
Emmanuel Lacoste – ‘la vie parisienne’
Carole Deltenre ‘les importables (à Suzy Solidor) ‘ 2012 cocardes cire de bijoutier, argent, tissus brodés, fil
Lisa Juen ‘Yin + Yin’
Marie Pendaries ‘Reine d’un jour, reine pour toujours’ – couronne cuivre doré
Sophie Hanagarth ‘French Kiss’  – collier & broche
Suzanne Klemm « Anémone »
Espace Solidor
Place du Château – Haut-de-Cagnes
Entrée libre du mardi au dimanche de 14h à 19h (en septembre du mercredi au dimanche de 14h à 18h).
Tel : 04 93 73 14 42
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