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31/12/2016

EXPO – ’0 + 0 = 0′ – Christchurch Art Gallery (NEW ZEALAND) – 16 Dec. 2016 – 2 Avr. 2017

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,GALERIES,Lisa WALKER (DE/NZ),Nlle Zelande (NZ),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 14:08

0 + 0 = 0 by Lisa Walker

Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu presents an exclusive exhibition of new and recent works by this internationally acclaimed artist, who received the prestigious Françoise van den Bosch Award in 2010 and became an Arts Foundation Laureate in 2015

Lisa Walker Artist Talk.  Wednesday, 15 February 2017 / 6pm
Artist Lisa Walker’s extreme, iconoclastic jewellery has been described as ‘the physical manifestation of the mental and virtual baggage of living NOW’.

0 + 0=0 by Lisa Walker Exhibition  /  16 Dec 2016  -  02 Apr 2017 - Christchurch Art Gallery -  Place     Cnr Worcester Blvd and Montreal St     Christchurch     NEW ZEALAND: (Lisa Walker Necklace: Untitled, 2016 Fabric, stuffing Courtesy of the artist and Funaki Gallery, Melbourne)

It might be tempting to say that Lisa Walker makes jewellery out of any old thing – but it isn’t true. The eclectic objects that form her distinctive necklaces, brooches and other body-adornments are meticulously selected and shrewdly modified before they see the light of day. She salvages her materials from an unlikely cornucopia of sources – re-presenting objects such as car parts, animal skins and even kitchen utensils through the frame of body adornment’s long history. Tiny Lego hats, helmets and hairpieces – of the kind that clog vacuum cleaner nozzles in children’s bedrooms around the world – are strung on finely plaited cords like exotic beads or shells; trashy gossip magazines are lashed together to yield a breastplate befitting our celebrity-obsessed culture; dozens of oboe reeds donated by a musician friend bristle round the wearer’s neck like the teeth of some unimaginable deep sea leviathan.
Walker’s work doesn’t sit comfortably within the contours of conventional jewellery – it squirms, fidgets, stretches and unravels. ‘I want to make pieces that don’t fit any of those jewellery recipes, yet still make sense as jewellery,’ she once said.1 In a field known for refined finishes and seamless construction, her audaciously sized, deliberately low-tech pieces inject a blast of pure creative oxygen, wilfully disobeying established jewellery conventions and confounding audience expectations. Despite their bodged-up, glued-together appearance and gleefully tacky origins, Walker’s works are anything but haphazard – rather they are elevated by her acute sense of colour and composition and healthy sense of irony. The new and recent pieces included in her Christchurch Art Gallery show, 0 + 0 = 0, explore a range of critical concerns; confronting jewellery-specific preconceptions about wearability and craftsmanship, they also investigate the politics of value, identity and appropriation.
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While some of Walker’s materials are amassed close to home – she once made a necklace from six months’ worth of detritus collected from her studio floor – she also ranges more widely, combing the world of the non-precious for idiosyncratic treasures. Together with physical objects, she collects memories and associations, a process made explicit in Trip to Europe 1973 (2011), a necklace, constructed from the postcards, train tickets, concert programmes and other souvenirs a ‘cultured couple’ offered for sale on Trade Me. For Walker, having just returned home after fifteen years spent living in Germany, the mementos spoke of New Zealand’s complex history of arrivals – including those of Māori and European settlers – and of how cultures are transported, translated and transformed. Recent pieces such as Pendant (2016) reflect her interest in (and ambivalence about) exchange and appropriation and especially how these might play out within a New Zealand context. Assembled from pounamu offcuts given to Walker by a sculptor friend, Pendantcombines varied surfaces cut from several different stones, offering a beautiful, but deliberately problematic, addition to the tradition of Māori taonga.

Lisa Walker Dick Necklace 2016  Lisa Walker Dick Necklace 2016

Despite the irreverence of its title, and the ubiquitous banality of the phallic graffiti that inspired it, another, equally serious, reclamation prompted the creation of Dick Necklace (2016).
I live with the challenges of a patriarchal world and [its] hideous anti-women history. I’m intrigued by the online activity of the younger feminists. I was always impressed by Louise Bourgeois’s giant bronze cast penis sculpture [Filette (1968)]. Many years ago I saw a postcard of her as a 70-something year old woman, standing next to it with her hand gently, but authoritatively, resting on the giant penis. ‘Dick and balls’ drawings are a cultural phenomenon; we grow up with these scrawlings everywhere. The penis can be symbolically positive and negative; fertility and love, but also rape, misogyny, imbalance of power. As a feminist I now take, claim, and interpret it for myself, twisting its symbology into something else.
‘I learned a long time ago that you don’t have to find the answers. It’s enough for the works to keep asking the questions.’
The thorny issue of copying and influence has long fascinated Walker, gaining new relevance as social media allows for the increasingly unrestricted distribution and repurposing of imagery of all kinds. She joined Instagram, the online image-sharing service, in 2015 and describes it as a ‘huge hunting ground’,2 admitting she is now influenced more by what she finds online than by actual, ‘real world’ objects. A posted shot of Masturbine (1984), a well-known work by the renowned contemporary Swiss duo Peter Fischli and David Weiss, prompted her own Fischli & Weiss Bracelet(2016), which replaces the original’s whorl of expensive leather footwear with budget heels from her local Number One Shoes warehouse. A photograph of a cellphone bound up in the twisted cord of an old-school desk phone, uploaded by the Los Angeles-based artists Mitra Saboury and Derek Paul Boyle under the Instagram nomenclature ‘Meatwreck’, proved irresistible. Walker recreated it, almost exactly, in the form of an oversized pendant and, though she remains delighted with the piece, doesn’t shy away from the questions about ownership and creative license this kind of borrowing provokes. In fact, the discomfort inherent in such appropriation is shared by artist and collectors, since Walker’s works are primarily designed not to be displayed politely indoors, but to travel with their wearers out into the wild, wide open of the public domain. ‘I learned a long time ago that you don’t have to find the answers,’ she says, ‘It’s enough for the works to keep asking the questions.
  If the eclectic forms of Walker’s work reflect the democracy and limitless possibility of our new open-source world, her ‘more is more’ aesthetic also suggests the sense of chaos and overload it can provoke. With every online image potentially linked to thousands more, how could you ever see it all? Excessive, oversized, popping at the seams with look-at-me impudence, Walker’s works draw upon and reflect the unrelenting abundance of modern life. And yet, taken one piece at a time, they’re much more than thrown-together clickbait. At its most anarchic, jewellery that is created to be worn still requires its maker to take into account a series of considerations that don’t constrain other art forms, like painting or sculpture. As she creates her pieces, often concealing traditional jewellery processes beneath contemporary kitsch, Walker thinks about weight, scale, durability, and how her pieces will relate to the yet-unknown body they are destined to adorn. Having thrown out the rulebooks in her early practice, she now values the technical challenges these self-imposed limits present, enjoying how they slow things down and distil her attention, demanding mindful focus in a fast-moving world. In discussion, it soon becomes apparent that this process fuels, rather than suppresses, Walker’s high-voltage imagination. Recalling a project in which she turned an entire building (City Gallery Wellington) into a brooch by clipping a giant mild-steel safety chain to its ceiling and attaching the other end to a wearer via an enormous pin, she mischievously refers to it as only her ‘second largest work’. She’s not kidding; the scale of that audacious project is effortlessly eclipsed by another one. Existing, so far, in solely conceptual form it features a chain, pinned to its wearer, with planet Earth on the other end.  Felicity Milburn, Curator

Lisa Walker Pendant: Untitled, 2016 Pounamu, silver, thread Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Biro, Munich: Lisa Walker Pendant: Untitled, 2016 Pounamu, silver, thread Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Biro, Munich
Lisa Walker Necklace: Untitled, 2015 Plastic, thread Courtesy of the artist and Masterworks Gallery, Auckland: Lisa Walker Necklace: Untitled, 2015 Plastic, thread Courtesy of the artist and Masterworks Gallery, Auckland
Lisa Walker  Pendant: Untitled, 2016  Egg beater, thread.  Courtesy of the artist and The National, Christchurch: Lisa Walker  Pendant: Untitled, 2016  Egg beater, thread.  Courtesy of the artist and The National, Christchurch
Lisa Walker  Necklace: Trip to Europe 1973, 2011  Documents, brass, string  Courtesy of the artist: Lisa Walker  Necklace: Trip to Europe 1973, 2011  Documents, brass, string  Courtesy of the artist
Lisa Walker Fischli & Weiss Bracelet 2016. Shoes. Courtesy of the artist  Lisa Walker Fischli & Weiss Bracelet 2016. Shoes. Courtesy of the artist
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Cnr Worcester Blvd and Montreal St
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NEW ZEALAND
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28/08/2016

Mari Funaki award 2016 – & the WINNERs are …..

2016 Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

The winners of the Mari Funaki Award  will be announced at the opening on Tuesday 23 August 2016.

Mari Funaki award 2016

The Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery is a biennial international Award that showcases excellence in international and Australian contemporary jewellery. Thirty-five artists have been shortlisted from an international field of 413 entries from 48 countries.

 David Bielander, winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Established category) with his piece 'Cardboard' (2015) of patinated silver and white gold Congratulations to David Bielander,
winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Established category)
with his piece ‘Cardboard‘ (2015) of patinated silver and white gold. The judges called it ‘an extraordinary example of contemporary making and practice‘. This work will now be part of the National Gallery of Victoria collection 
 

Congratulations Sarah Johnston, winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Emerging category) with her piece Collapsing Time (2015) The judges reflected on 'the intimacy of putting (the piece) on and feeling transformed, taken to another place'.Congratulations Sarah Johnston (AU),
winner of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2016 (Emerging category)
with her piece « Collapsing Time » (2015) – onyx stone, rubber, 280x240x50mm
The judges reflected on ‘the intimacy of putting (the piece) on and feeling transformed, taken to another place’

Congratulations to Ela Bauer, receiving a high commendation (Established) for her piece 'NT' (2016) for 'its confidence, freshness and evocative use of materials'.Congratulations to Ela Bauer,
receiving a high commendation (Established)
for her piece ‘NT’ (2016) for ‘its confidence, freshness and evocative use of materials’.

Congratulations to Genevieve Howard, awarded a high commendation (Emerging) for her work 'The Song of the Chanter' (2015), impressing the judges with its 'forward thinking and beautifully resolved relationship with the body'.Congratulations to Genevieve Howard,
awarded a high commendation (Emerging)
for her work ‘The Song of the Chanter’ (2015), impressing the judges with its ‘forward thinking and beautifully resolved relationship with the body’.

The selected exhibitors for 2016 were:
Blanche Tilden (Au) / Céline Sylvestre (Fr) / David Bielander (CH/De) / Doris Betz (De) / Dovile Bernadisiute (Lithuania) / Ela Bauer (Nl) / Emi Fukuda (Jp) / Florian Milker (De) / Frieda Doerfer (De) / Genevieve Howard (Irl) / Henriette Schuster (De) / Inari Kiuru (Fi/Au) / Karl Fritsch (De/NZ) / Katie Collins (Au) / Katja Prins (Nl) / Katrin Feulner (De) / Lauren Tickle (USA) / Léa Mazy (Fr) / Lisa Walker (NZ) / Manon van Kouswijk (Nl/Au) / Melanie Isverding (De) / Melinda Young (Au) / Melissa Cameron (Au) / Michihiro Sato (Jp) / Nadja Soloviev (De) / Naoko Inuzuka (Jp/Au) / Paul Adie (UK) / Shachar Cohen (Il) / Sarah Johnston (Au) / Selen Özus (Tr) / Sophie Baumgärtner (De) / Thanh-Truc Nguyen (De) / WenMiao Yeh (Tw) Yong Joo Kim (S. Kr) / Yu Fang Chi (Tw)

 

 

Gallery FUNAKI
4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000
PO Box 24142
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3001
Email
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15/07/2016

Mari Funaki award 2016 – EXPO at Gal. Funaki (AU) – 23 Aout-24 Sept. 2016

2016 Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

The winners of the Mari Funaki Award  will be announced at the opening on Tuesday 23 August 2016.

The Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery is a biennial international Award that showcases excellence in international and Australian contemporary jewellery. Thirty-five artists have been shortlisted from an international field of 413 entries from 48 countries.

Mari Funaki award 2014Mari Funaki award 2014

The selected exhibitors are:
Blanche Tilden (Au) / Céline Sylvestre (Fr) / David Bielander (CH/De) / Doris Betz (De) / Dovile Bernadisiute (Lithuania) / Ela Bauer (Nl) / Emi Fukuda (Jp) / Florian Milker (De) / Frieda Doerfer (De) / Genevieve Howard (Irl) / Henriette Schuster (De) / Inari Kiuru (Fi/Au) / Karl Fritsch (De/NZ) / Katie Collins (Au) / Katja Prins (Nl) / Katrin Feulner (De) / Lauren Tickle (USA) / Léa Mazy (Fr) / Lisa Walker (NZ) / Manon van Kouswijk (Nl/Au) / Melanie Isverding (De) / Melinda Young (Au) / Melissa Cameron (Au) / Michihiro Sato (Jp) / Nadja Soloviev (De) / Naoko Inuzuka (Jp/Au) / Paul Adie (UK) / Shachar Cohen (Il) / Sarah Johnston (Au) / Selen Özus (Tr) / Sophie Baumgärtner (De) / Thanh-Truc Nguyen (De) / WenMiao Yeh (Tw) /
Yong Joo Kim (S. Kr) / Yu Fang Chi (Tw)

 Kiko Gianocca, Veneer #2 neckpiece, 2014, wood veneer, balsawood, brass. Winner of the 2014 Mari Funaki Award.Kiko Gianocca, Veneer #2 neckpiece, 2014, wood veneer, balsawood, brass. Winner of the 2014 Mari Funaki Award.

Melissa Cameron. Piece: Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot, 2016. Powdercoated steel hand trowel, stainless steel, ribbon, various dimensions. Necklace, brooch, pin. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Melissa Cameron. Piece: Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot, 2016. Powdercoated steel hand trowel, stainless steel, ribbon, various dimensions. Necklace, brooch, pin

David Bielander. Bracelet: Cardboard, 2015. Patinated silver, white gold. Photo by: Dirk Eisel. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: David Bielander. Bracelet: Cardboard, 2015. Patinated silver, white gold. Photo by: Dirk Eisel

Genevieve Howard. Necklace: The Song of the Chanter, 2016. Laser cut Japanese linen paper, elastic. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Genevieve Howard. Necklace: The Song of the Chanter, 2016. Laser cut Japanese linen paper, elastic

Yong Joo Kim. Necklace: Crossing the Chasm, 2016. Velcro® hook and loop fastener, thread. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Yong Joo Kim. Necklace: Crossing the Chasm, 2016. Velcro® hook and loop fastener, thread

Manon van Kouswijk. Necklace: Figures. Porcelain. - selected for Mari Funaki award 2016: Manon van Kouswijk. Necklace: Figures. Porcelain

Léa Mazy (FR) -  Beneath the surface -  2016  Léa Mazy -  Beneath the surface -  2016 – Léa is a young French designer studying at Design Academy Eindhoven.  Léa ’s jewelry collection “Beneath the Surface” is the result of a research on materials around the notions of intimacy, preciousness, fragility, surprise, but most of all on the beauty lying underneath the surface. Combined, the individual story of each broches and rings creates a personal narration and landscape.

 

Mari Funaki was a unique and passionate advocate for contemporary jewellery in Australia, both through her own remarkable practice and her establishment and directorship of Gallery Funaki.
This Award aims to celebrate Mari’s legacy by rewarding the skills and vision of jewellers both here and overseas and by providing a platform for outstanding new work to be shown here in Australia. A panel of three judges will award prizes in both established and emerging categories, with total prize money valued at AUD$11,000.

 

Gallery FUNAKI
4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000
PO Box 24142
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3001
Email
tel +613 9662 9446

 

24/01/2015

selected for SCHMUCK 2015 : Kaori Juzu

Classé dans : email / enamel,Japon (JP),Kaori JUZU (JP/DK),SCHMUCK / MJW (DE) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:13

Kaori Juzu

«  »Jewellery » is a word that can give anyone a concrete image in a moment, though it is associated with so many different sorts of work.
The word itself is so common that no one seems to pay attention anymore.
And there could be a gap between my work and what people usually recognize as jewellery…
One day I found one precious name in danish which better describes,
what I experience in the process of making
« klenodie »
treasure, gem, jewel …just a small thing,
but it always makes me feel warm. »

Kaori Juzu - mare nostrum - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt gold. Kaori Juzu – mare nostrum – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt gold.
nominated for Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

« Handmade Enamel Treasures by Kaori Juzu
I love it when craft can pull through and show its face in a number of different realms. Often you see this in galleries, where an artist creates using handiwork that might be considered craft. But they don’t use the material for functional purposes, mainly for expression and to build on a concept or idea. If there’s someone who sits in this murky area it would be artist Kaori Juzu. Born in Fukuoka, Japan she moved to Bornholm in Denmark to study art, where she then founded a small line of jewellery. After training with well-known Danish jewellery designer Per Suntum, Kaori set up her own studio producing experimental brooches.
Kaori crafts by hand what she now calls ‘klenodie’. This title is a Danish word for artefact, gem, jewel, or treasure, encapsulating her pieces under this wide spectrum. She uses a mixture of copper, silver, and gold depending on the idea at hand. The metal is carefully hammered and sculpted in to shape, after a mixture of enamels (powdered glass) are applied to the metal which react in the kiln at high temperature creating a unique colour pattern and surface texture. Her forms and compositions are quite exquisite, they remind me of abstract objects carefully arranged on a canvas, the only twist is that they’re actually made of metal and are at a smaller scale. It’s fantastic to see such experimentation.
The more I explore as a creative the less I’m worried about the particular medium used. It’s more impressive to see a creative use a multitude of materials to bring an idea in to fruition, overstepping the boundaries as it were. I’m intrigued by Kaori’s work and can’t wait to see more from her in the near future, if you have time I’d recommend watching this video piece (see above) on how she produces these objects and what inspires her. » (An introduction by Mark Robinson at OEN – the189.com)

Kaori Juzu, "so close : so far" - brooch series # 2 2013. enamel, copper, silverKaori Juzu, « so close : so far » – brooch series # 2 2013. enamel, copper, silver

Kaori Juzu - voyage - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silver, 24kt gold, fine silverKaori Juzu - « voyage » – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silver, 24kt gold, fine silver

Kaori Juzu, mare mea - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt goldKaori Juzu, mare mea – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, 14kt gold

Kaori Juzu, "looking for rose-buds" - brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silverKaori Juzu, « looking for rose-buds » – brooch 2012. enamel, copper, silver

 

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13/08/2014

Mari Funaki award : and the WINNERS are …. – EXPO at Gal. Funaki (AU) – 13 Aout-13 Sept. 2014 -

The results of the Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery are in:
the winner of the prize for an established artist is Kiko Gianocca with his series of 3 necklaces, ‘Veneer’.
The two emerging winners are Patricia Correia Domingues with her pendant from the ‘Duality’ series, and Sara Gackowska with her ‘Membrane’ brooch from the ‘Methamorophosis’ series.
The judges were also very impressed with the work of Inari Kiuru (emerging) and Jiro Kamata (established) and gave each a commendation. It’s been a wonderful night and congratulations to all!

 The « Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery » EXHIBITION runs until September 13.

Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

Mari Funaki was a unique and passionate advocate for contemporary jewellery in Australia, both through her own remarkable practice and her establishment and directorship of Gallery Funaki.
This Award aims to celebrate Mari’s legacy by rewarding the skills and vision of jewellers both here and overseas and by providing a platform for outstanding new work to be shown here in Australia. A panel of three judges will award prizes in both established and emerging categories, with total prize money valued at AUD$11,000.

The judges are:
Warwick Freeman, an eminent New Zealand jeweller who has exhibited with Gallery Funaki since 1995. He is the recipient of the Francoise van den Bosch Prize (2002) and the Bayerischer Staatpreis ‘Modern Classic’ (2013).
Simon Cottrell, a prominent Australian jeweller and educator and currently acting head of the Gold and Silversmithing Workshop at ANU, Canberra. Cottrell has an extensive exhibition history and his work is held in numerous international collections.
Julie Ewington, a leading Australian art specialist with almost 40 years experience as an academic, writer and curator. Most recently Curatorial Manager at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art, she has a particular interest in contemporary jewellery and has written extensively on the topic, most recently in the 2013 Lark publication, ‘Contemporary Jewelry in Perspective’. She was recognised this year with an Australia Council for the Arts Visual Arts Award.
The Award is generously supported by Vivienne and Leo Donati, Johannes Hartfuss and Fabian Jungbeck

And the winners are…

In the established category, the judges chose Kiko Gianocca’s Veneer necklaces.

There are two winners in the emerging category. The first is Patrícia Correia Domingues with her pendant from the Duality series.
The second emerging prize goes to Sara Gackowska for her Membrane brooch from the Methamorphosis series .

In the emerging category, the judges also gave a commendation to Inari Kiuru’s two brooches from the Evolution series (right), saying “this commendation recognises the conceptual adventurousness of her project, which takes her across diverse materials to explore the inter-connectedness of natural and urban systems.”

And a commendation in the established category went to Jiro Kamata, for his Spiegel necklace (right). The judges said “this classical graduated necklace is composed of camera lenses and mirrors that bring viewers into the very substance of the piece. But, note, everyone who sees themselves will do so from a different perspective. This, in combination with its impeccable making, comprises its simple elegance.”

We extend warm congratulations to all the winning artists and thank everyone involved in the exhibition, which received an overwhelmingly positive response on this, its opening night.

 

Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery - Kiko Gianocca’s Veneer necklacesIn the established category, the judges chose Kiko Gianocca’s Veneer necklaces (2014, neckpiece, wood veneer, balsawood, brass, 220x240x18mm). Of these works, they commented: “They have a boldness of scale that makes them look challenging to wear, but the choice of materials and the subtlety of the construction make these pieces exceptionally successful on the body.
Veneer 1, 2 and 3 are deceptively straightforward titles, but we found that the pieces evoke many different associations and interpretations. They move and shift on the body, with their beautiful hinging adapting to the wearer. This is exceptional work.”
There are two winners in the emerging category. The first is Patrícia Correia Domingues with her pendant from the Duality series.

The second emerging prize goes to Sara Gackowska for her Membrane brooch from the Methamorphosis series .

Sara Gackowska Brooch: Membrane, 2013 Bio-resin, hematite, sterling silver 100x65x25mm
The second emerging prize goes to Sara Gackowska for her Membrane brooch (2013, brooch, bio-resin, hematite, sterling silver, 100x65x25mm) from the Methamorphosis series .
The judges said: “We greatly admired the elegant oppositions between the two main materials- dense hematite on the top surface, and spongy bio-resin on the base. There’s a wonderful necessary relationship between the two materials and the way the top surface appears broken, and fractured, precisely because of their interaction.”

Patrícia Correia Domingues -  WINNER OF THE Mari Funaki EMERGING PRIZEPatrícia Correia Domingues  with her pendant from the Duality series. (‘Duality’, 2014, pendant, artifical ivory,)Of this work, the judges said: “Patricia’s work Duality plays with oppositions between chance and deliberation – if you look at the piece, you’ll see that it seems highly structured – it’s a frame of artificial ivory, but she has embraced the possibilities of chance in fracturingthat form.”

EXHIBITION : August 13, 2014  to  September 13, 2014
The exhibitors are:
Ela Bauer (PL/IL/NL) — Alexander Blank (DE) –  Conversation Piece (SE) — Hermien Cassiers (BE) — Jane Dodd (NZ) – Patrícia Correia Domingues (PT/DE) — Benedikt Fischer (AT/DE) — Emi Fukuda (JP/DE) — Sara Gackowska (PL) — Kiko Gianocca (CH) — Marcos Guzman (AU) — Jo Hawley (GB/NZ/AU) — Therese Hilbert (CH/DE) — Lucie Houdková (CZ) — Linda Hughes (AU) — Kaori Juzu (JP/DK) — Jiro Kamata (JP/DE) — Inari Kiuru (FI/AU) – Jun Konishi (JP) — Lore Langendries (BE) — Carlier Makigawa (AU) — Gitte Nygaard (DK/NL) –  Martin Papcun (CZ/DE) — Nelly van Oost (FR/BE) — Thanh-Truc Nguyen (DE) — Mette Saabye (DK) — Michihiro Sato (JP) — Helen Shirk (USA) — Blanche Tilden (AU) — Julia Walter (DE/NL) — Reinhold Ziegler (NO)
incipit2 Nelly van OOst -2014 - Collection Incipit - You shall love your neighbour                    Brooches - gold, new silver, paintNelly van Oost (France/Belgium, emerging) ‘You Shall Love Your Neighbour’, Incipit 2014, brooch, 18k gold, paint, 85x180x70mm
Michihiro Sato (Japan, established) SOLD Untitled, 2014, brooch, paper, silver, brass, steel, 180x35x35mm
Michihiro Sato (Japan, established) SOLD Untitled, 2014, brooch, paper, silver, brass, steel, 180x35x35mm
Martin Papcun Brooch: Building, 2013 Sterling silver, zinc coated 60x80x120mm (Czech Republic/Germany, established) © By the author
Martin Papcun (Czech Republic/Germany, established) ‘Building’, 2013, brooch, sterling silver, zinc coated, 60x80x120mm
Carlier Makigawa Bracelet: Bracelet, 2014 Sterling silver, high density foam, 100x120x70mm (Australia, established)  © By the author.
Carlier Makigawa (Australia, established) Bracelet, 2014, sterling silver, high density foam, 100x120x70mm
Lore Langendries - Hunacturing Series - Hert, Springbok & Koe - Broches
Lore Langendries (Belgium, emerging) ‘Hunacturing series (Deer, Springbuck, Cow)’, 2014, brooches, deer, springbuck, cow hide, black saddle leather, magnets, 5x80x80mm each
Benedikt Fischer (Austria/Germany, emerging) 'Monocoque', 2013, pendants, plastic, string Dimensions from left to right: 84x164x37mm, 110x122x25mm, 107x117x35mm Benedikt Fischer (Austria/Germany, emerging) ‘Monocoque’, 2013, pendants, plastic, string Dimensions from left to right: 84x164x37mm, 110x122x25mm, 107x117x35mm
Inari Kiuru (Finland/Australia, emerging) 'Evolution series', 2013, brooches From left to right: stainless steel, 70x130x70mm; mild steel, stainless steel, clay, iron, patina, paint, 60x60x60mm JUDGES’ COMMENDATION – EMERGING SECTION Inari Kiuru (Finland/Australia, emerging) ‘Evolution series’, 2013, brooches From left to right: stainless steel, 70x130x70mm; mild steel, stainless steel, clay, iron, patina, paint, 60x60x60mm JUDGES’ COMMENDATION – EMERGING SECTION

 

Gallery FUNAKI
4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000
PO Box 24142
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3001
Email
tel +613 9662 9446

06/06/2014

Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2014 – deadline : 18 June 2014

Classé dans : Australie (AU),Gal. Funaki (AU),Prix/Awards — bijoucontemporain @ 1:12

 Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery 2014 

deadline : 18 June 2014

Finalists will be selected by gallery Director Katie Scott and Award Manager Chloë Powell. The selected work will be exhibited at Gallery Funaki in a major exhibition in August-September 2014.

Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery

August 12, 2014  to  September 13, 2014

We’re thrilled to announce the inaugural Mari Funaki Award for Contemporary Jewellery. Mari was a unique and passionate advocate for contemporary jewellery in Australia, both through her own remarkable practice and her establishment and directorship of Gallery Funaki.

This Award aims to celebrate Mari’s legacy by rewarding the skills and vision of jewellers both here and overseas and by providing a platform for outstanding new work to be shown here in Australia. A panel of three judges will award prizes in both established and emerging categories, with total prize money valued at AUD$11,000.

The judges are:
Warwick Freeman, an eminent New Zealand jeweller who has exhibited with Gallery Funaki since 1995. He is the recipient of the Francoise van den Bosch Prize (2002) and the Bayerischer Staatpreis ‘Modern Classic’ (2013).
Simon Cottrell, a prominent Australian jeweller and educator and currently acting head of the Gold and Silversmithing Workshop at ANU, Canberra. Cottrell has an extensive exhibition history and his work is held in numerous international collections.
Julie Ewington, a leading Australian art specialist with almost 40 years experience as an academic, writer and curator. Most recently Curatorial Manager at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art, she has a particular interest in contemporary jewellery and has written extensively on the topic, most recently in the 2013 Lark publication, ‘Contemporary Jewelry in Perspective’. She was recognised this year with an Australia Council for the Arts Visual Arts Award. 

For entry conditions and more information, please email Award Manager Chloë Powell at award@galleryfunaki.com.au or download the PDF below.

 

The Award is generously supported by Vivienne and Leo Donati, Johannes Hartfuss and Fabian Jungbeck.

 

Applications close: 18 June 2014 (11:59pm, Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Finalists notified: 25 June 2014
Work/s received by: 30 July 2014
Award exhibition: 12 August – 13 September 2014

11/03/2011

SCHMUCK 2011 – Munich (DE) 16-22 mars 2011 – PROGRAMME

Classé dans : Adam GRINOVICH (SE),Adrean BLOOMARD (IT),Agnieszka KNAP (PL),Akiko KURIHARA (JP),Alejandra SOLAR (Mex.),Alessandra PIZZINI (IT),Alexander BLANK (DE),Allemagne (DE),Amy DEATH (UK),Anna EICHLINGER (DE),Anna LANG (DE),Annamaria ZANELLA (IT),Ara KUO (Taiwan),Attai CHEN (IL),Babette BOUCHER (FR),Barbara PAGANIN (IT),Beate EISMANN (DE),Beate KLOCKMANN (DE),Beatrice BROVIA (IT),Benjamin LIGNEL (FR),Beppe KESSLER (NL),Burcu BUYUKUNAL (TR),Carolina GIMENO (Chili),Caroline BROADHEAD (UK),Christiana JOCKEL (DE),Christine GRAF (DE),Chuchart SARUNNAYAWATSIN (Thai.),Claudia LASSNER (DE),Dana SEACHUGA (IL),Daniel KRUGER (DE),David BIELANDER (CH/DE),Despo SOPHOCLEOUS (CA),Doerthe FUCHS (DE),Edgar MOSA (PT),Eija MUSTONEN (FI),Elena RUEBEL (DE),Elisabetta DUPRE (IT),Emmanuel MANOLO,Estela Saez VILANOVA (ES),Eunmi CHUN (KR),EVENEMENT / Type of EVENT,Ewelina BOCIAN (PL),Exposition/Exhibition,Fabrizio TRIDENTI (IT),Fiona HERMSE (UK),Flora VAGI (HU),Florian BUDDEBERG (DE),Gal. Handwerk (DE),Gal. Marzee (NL),Gal. Platina (SE),Gal. RA (NL),Gemma DRAPER (ES),Georg DOBLER (DE),Geri NISHI (CA),Graziano VISINTIN (IT),Hanna HEDMAN (SE),Hanna LILJENBERG (SE),Helen BRITTON (AU),Henriette SCHUSTER (DE),Ike JUNGER (DE),Iris NIEUWENBURG (NL),Jasmin WINTER (DE),Jiri SIBOR (CS),Jiro KAMATA (JP),Joanne GRIMONPREZ (FR),John IVERSEN (US),Jorge CASTANON (RA),Jorge MANILLA (MEX),Julia Maria KUNNAP (EE),Karin JOHANSSON (SE),Karin Roy ANDERSSON (SE),Karl FRITSCH (DE),Katharina KATAROS (DE),Katharina MOCH (DE),Katherine RICHMOND (UK),Kathryn PARTINGTON (UK),Kazumi NAGANO (JP),Kiko GIANOCCA (CH),Kimiaki KAGEYAMA (JP),Kirsten HAYDON (NZ),Laura DEAKIN (AU),Leila ARZAGHI (IRAN),Life is a BENCH (UK),Lisa BJORKE (SE),Lisa JUEN (CN),Lisa WALKER (DE/NZ),Lucy SARNEEL (NL),Malaika NAJEM (Liban),Malin LOVGREN (SE),Manfred BISCHOFF (DE),Manon van KOUSWIJK (NL),Margit HART (AT),Margit JASCHKE (DE),Margot SEVADJIAN (FR),Mari ISHIKAWA (JP),Maria Rosa FRANZIN (IT),Marta MATTSSON (SE),Martin PAPCUN (CS),Maurizio STAGNI (IT),Melanie ISVERDING (DE),Mia MALJOJOKI (FI),Mikaela LYONS (UK),Mirei TAKEUCHI (JP),Mirjam HILLER (DE),Natalie SMITH (UK),Nicolas CHENG (SE),Nicole BECK (DE),Noemie DOGE (CH),Noon PASSAMA (Thai.),Norman WEBER (DE),Paolo SCURA (IT),Patrick McMILLAN (US),Pavel OPOCENSKY (CS),Peter BAUHUIS (DE),Peter CHANG (UK),Peter SKUBIC (YU),Petr DVORAK (CS),Petra BISHAI (UK),Rachel TERRY (UK),Ramon PUIG CUYAS (ES),Reiko ISHIYAMA (JP),Renate SCHMID (DE),Rinaldo ALVAREZ (ES),Rita MARCANGELO (IT),Robert BAINES (AU),Romina FUENTES (RA),Ruudt PETERS (NL),Salon,Sanna SVEDESTEDT (SE),Saskia DETERING (DE),SCHMUCK / MJW (DE),Seth PAPAC (US),Shadi VOSSOUGH (UK),Shari PIERCE (US),Shunichiro NAKASHIMA (JP),Silke FLEISCHER (BE),Silke SPITZER (DE),Sofie BOONS (BE),Sophie HANAGARTH (CH),Stefan HEUSER (DE),Stefano MARCHETTI (IT),Sungho CHO (KR),Susanne ELSTNER (DE),Suzanne BEAUTYMAN (US),Tamsin LEIGHTON-BOYCE (UK),Ted NOTEN (NL),Thomas GENTILLE (US),Tobias ALM (SE),Toni MAYNER (UK),Tore SVENSSON (SE),Trinidad CONTRERAS (ES),Vera SIEMUND (NL),VIDEO,Volker ATROPS (DE),Willy Van De VELDE (BE),www Klimt02,Yi LIU (CN) — bijoucontemporain @ 2:17

Please find enclosed the program of the Schmuck 2011 during the International Trade Fair in Munich.

This special exhibition is the eldest exhibition of contemporary jewellery work in the world. It takes place since 1959 every year during the International Trade Fair in March. Except the transport cost until Munich the participation in the special show is free of charge for you. Three contributions of Schmuck 2011 will be awarded with the Herbert Hofmann Prize. The prize commemorates Dr. Her-bert Hofmann, the founder of the special show in 1959. In addition the jury of the Bavarian States Prize will look at the works in the special show. The Bavarian States Prize is awarded to 10 contri-bution of applied art within all contribution of the International Trade Fair. This prize is awarded with 5.000 €

 

>> download fair plan

The selection of the 62 exhibits to feature in the special show SCHMUCK 2011 was made by Dr Rüdiger Joppien (Head of the Department of Art Nouveau and Modernism at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg), a recognised expert in the applied arts. In total over 650 designers had submitted applications to be granted a space to exhibit within SCHMUCK 2011. Featured in the exhibition are the works of a number of designers of international renown – names like Kimiaki Kageyama (Japan), Ted Noten (Netherlands), Lisa Walker (New Zealand), Ike Jünger (Germany) and Peter Bauhuis (Germany). For the first time this year the exhibition will also include work from China, Mexico and Turkey.

 

Selected artists:
Rinaldo Alvarez (ES) – Robert Baines (AU) – Peter Bauhuis (DE) – Suzanne Beautyman (USA) – Romeu Bettencourt (PT) – David Bielander (CH) – Ewelina Bocian (PL) -  Helen Britton (AU) – Burcu Büyükünal (TR) – Jorge Castañón (Arg.) – Attai Chen (IL) – Eun Mi Chun (Korea) – Trinidad Contreras (ES) – Laura Deakin (AU) – Saskia Detering (DE) – Beate Eismann (DE) – Christiane Förster (DE) – Thomas Gentille (USA) – Sophie Hanagarth (CH) – Kirsten Haydon (NL) – Mirjam Hiller (DE) – Hsuan-Ying Ho (Taiwan) – Mari Ishikawa (JP) – Reiko Ishiyama (JP) – John Iversen (USA) – Margit Jäschke (DE) -  Karin Johansson (SE) -  Ike Jünger (DE) – Kimiaki Kageyama (JP) – Jiro Kamata (JP) -  Beppe Kessler (NL) – Beate Klockmann (DE) – Markéta Kratochvílová (CS) – Daniel Kruger (ZA) – Julia Maria Künnap (EE) – Guanlan Liang (CN) – Yi Liu (CN) – Bety Majernikova (SK) – Mia Maljojoki(FI) – Stefano Marchetti (IT) – Märta Mattsson (SE) – Lital Mendel (IL) – Eija Mustonen (FI) – Kazumi Nagano (JP) – Shunichiro Nakashima (JP) – Yu Natsume (JP) – Iris Nieuwenburg (NL) – Geraldine Nishi (CA) - Ted Noten (NL) – Barbara Paganin (IT) – Shari Pierce (USA) – Alessandra Pizzini (DE) – Henriette Schuster (DE) – Vera Siemund (DE) – Natalie Smith (GB) – Alejandra Solar (Mex.) – Mirei Takeuchi (JP) – Jennifer Trask (US) – Graziano Visintin (IT) – Lisa Walker (NL) – Jasmin Winter (DE) – Annamaria Zannella (IT) -

SCHMUCK 2011 - Munich (DE) 16-22 mars 2011 - PROGRAMME dans Adam GRINOVICH (SE) 249855_wvVluvz6ol0uk0a1Vn4Z_6AUn
Ewelina Bocian« emergency pin » – brass & silver etching, medicine – jewellery envelope for a pill

dishonest-pearls-2007-main dans Adrean BLOOMARD (IT)
Laura Deakin – pearl series

ishiyama04 dans Agnieszka KNAP (PL)
Reiko Ishiyama necklace

All images from Anti-War Medals: at Velvet da Vinci Gallery,
Alejandra Solar Anti-War Medal

Klassiker der Moderne 2011 : Manfred Bischoff
In 2011, as in every year, there will be a retrospective of the works of one of the ‘classics of the Modern’. SCHMUCK 2011 will present the key works of Manfred Bischoff, a German goldsmith living in Italy who is regarded around the world as one of today´s leading contemporary jewellery designers. At the Internationale Handwerksmesse one of the many prizes he has received is the Bavarian State Prize (2005), an award which enjoys the very highest regard in the field of arts and crafts.

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Manfred Bischoff

SCHMUCK the special show culminates in the presentation of the Herbert Hofmann Prize on 19 March 2011. In addition SCHMUCK 2011 is accompanied by a whole host of other events taking place in galleries, museums and arts institutes in Munich.

 

After the Internationale Handwerksmesse SCHMUCK goes on tour, this time, for the first time, also to France.
The French town which was given this honour is Cagnes-sur-Mer (Espace Solidor) in Provence. In recent years this small town has developed a reputation as a meeting place for statement jewellery designers. SCHMUCK first started to travel around the world in 2006, and has been seen in Australia (RMIT Gallery, Melbourne), Great Britain (Birmingham City University), Poland (National Art Gallery, Lódz), Italy (Oratorio di San Rocco, Padua) and the US (Museum of Arts and Design, New York).

 

Programme

Schmuck 2011 day by day:

16 -> 22 /3/2011
Neue Messe München I Halle A1 ›Handwerk & Design‹ 9.30-18 Uhr
Sonderschauen der 63. Internationalen Handwerksmesse München. Schmuck 2011, Exempla 2011-Werkstätten der Zukunft mit Karl Fritsch, David Huycke; Talente 2011; Meister der Moderne 2011 mit Johanna Dahm, Georg Dobler; ›Frame‹ Präsentation internationaler Galerien: Galerie Marzee, Galerie Platina, Galerie Ra.

Galerie Handwerk, Max-Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München, www.hwk-muenchen.de/galerie, 
Galerie der Preisträger
, Bayerische Staatspreise 2005-2010, 11.3.-21.4.
Vernissage am 10.3. um 18 Uhr, Di, Mi, Fr 10-18 Uhr, Do 10-20 Uhr, Sa 10-13
Uhr, So 20.3. Sonderöffnung 10-14 Uhr, Tel. 089-595584

Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich,
Barerstr. 40, Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München.

robert+baines+1 dans Akiko KURIHARA (JP)
Robert Baines ‘Courtly Love

Radikal. Peter Skubic. Schmuck und Schatzjäger. Klasse Eva Eisler,
Prag 19.3.-15.5. Vernissage am 18.3. um 19 Uhr, Di-So 10-18 Uhr, Do 10-20 Uhr, Tel. 089-2727250 und 089-23805360, www.die-neue-sammlung.de.

Skubic_Brosche-1984_s dans Alejandra SOLAR (Mex.)
Peter Skubic – Brosche-1984

Image de prévisualisation YouTube

ALL ABOUT ME So 20.3. 11 Uhr Lecture in English Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins (siehe So 20.3.)

Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Pacellistraße 6-8, 80333 München
NOW-Jewels by Norman Weber, 25.2.-9.4, Vernissage am 24.2. um 18.30 Uhr,

620971966c dans Alessandra PIZZINI (IT)

Porträt im Laden The JAMES Days, Christine Graf, Lisa Juen, Toni Mayner, Patrick McMillan, Kathryn Partington,
25.2.-9.4. Mo-Sa 10-18 Uhr, So 20.3. Sonderöffnung 11-17 Uhr, www.kunsthandwerk-
bkv.de, Tel. 089-2901470

patrick-mcmillan_brosche2011_kl dans Alexander BLANK (DE)lisa-juen_kette2011_kl dans Allemagne (DE)
Patrick McMillan -brosche 2011 — Lisa Juen kette 2011

Freitag, 11.3.2011 / 11 Mars

19-22 Uhr Agraphobia, Shari Pierce,
324 Raum für Kunst, Gabelsbergerstr. 65,
80333 München, Tel. 0049-15771733324, www.e324.de,
12.-26.3., 16.-22.3. 12-18 Uhr

Pierce_2 dans Amy DEATH (UK)
Shari Pierce Necklace: 34 Sexual Offenders and 2 Sexual Predators 2010 – photo prints from transparencies, silk

Sonntag, 13.3.2011 / 13 Mars

11 Uhr SCHÖNES SAMMELN – Der Verein Neuer Schmuck e.V. präsentiert 6 private Schmucksammlungen seiner Münchner Mitglieder. MaximiliansForum, Fußgängerunterführung,
Maximilianstr./Altstadtring, 80539 München, 14 Uhr
München Schmückt sich. Film, 13.-20.3. 11-18 Uhr

04 dans Anna EICHLINGER (DE)
Annamaria Zanella Ring

01 dans Anna LANG (DE)
Peter Chang
Brosche

Dienstag, 15.3.2011 / 15 Mars

16 Uhr Peter Bauhuis, der Goldschmied, Film ›Schmuck und Exzess‹ und Vortrag, Pravu Mazumdar, MaximiliansForum, Fußgängerunterführung, Maximilianstr./
Altstadtring, 80539 München

 

Mittwoch, 16.3.2011 / 16 Mars

Der Galliumhort von Obertraun – präsentiert von Peter Bauhuis,
Institut für Neuere Archäologie
, Archäologische Staatssammlung, Lerchenfeldstraße 2,
80538 München, Tel. 089-2112402, 16.3.-8.5. Di-So 9.30-17 Uhr, www.inearch.org

18 Uhr hautnah, Eunmi Chun, Akiko Kurihara,
Micheko Galerie
, Theresienstr. 18,
80333 München, 17.-20.3. 11-19 Uhr, Tel. 089-38169388

http://www.stfz.art.pl/old/legnica/05szkoly-kat/n-mi-chun-eun.jpg[Akiko+Kurihara.png]
Eunmi Chun      —        Akiko Kurihara

18 Uhr Birgit Hagmann,
Galerie Artefakt, Hans-Sachs-Str.13, 80469 München,
Tel. 089-2603108, 16.3.-16.4. Mo-Fr 11-19 Uhr, Sa 11-15 Uhr

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Birgit Hagmann brooches

19 Uhr Tschechischer Schmuck in Europa: Petr Dvorák (Wien), Pavel Opocensky (Prag), Martin Papcún (München), Jiri Sibor (Brünn),
Tschechisches Zentrum, Prinzregentenstr. 7,
80538 München, Tel. 089-21024932, 16.3.- 8.4. Do-Fr 10-20 Uhr, Sa 19.3. 10-14
Uhr, ab 20.3. Mo-Do 10-17, Fr 10-16 Uhr

http://kcsp.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/pavel_opocensky3.jpg

Pavel Opocensky brooch

sibor_broz_nerez_sklo_2008 dans Annamaria ZANELLA (IT)
Jiri Sibor brooch

Donnerstag, 17.3.2011 / 17 Mars

10 Uhr Life´s a bench II, Fiona Hermse, Tamsin Leighton-Boyce, Mykaela Lyons, Katharina Moch, Katherine Richmond, Elena Ruebel, Chuchart Sarunnayawatsin, Shadi Vossough, Nicola Turnbull,
(The exhibition ‘Life’s a Bench!‘ showcases the students graduating from the School of Jewellery’s MA programme, Birmingham City University)
Studio K162 Renate Scholz, Klugstr.
162, 80637 München, Tel. 089-1577231, 17.-19.3. Fr-Sa 12-18 Uhr, So 12-14 Uhr

final+Kopie dans Ara KUO (Taiwan)

11 Uhr Finger- und Handkostüme (« costumes de doigts et de mains »), Susanne Elstner, Andrea Hiebl, Christiane Oexl, Daniela Osterrieder, Renate Schmid, Renate Scholz, Gottlinde Singer, Monika Vesely, Christine Vitzthum, Hanni Weber, Christina Weck. GÄSTE (invités): Hinrichs, Kraus,
galerieGEDOKmuc, Elisabethstr. 13 RG, 80796 München, Tel. 0171-1762705,
17.-22.3. 11-20 Uhr, 23.3.-25.3. 15-19 Uhr

Rita de Muynck
« costumes de doigts et de mains »

Susanne Elstner | Ring „Cindy“ (aus der Serie Secrets from the Bottom of the Sea) | Silber, Rotgold und Fell
Susanne Elstner - Ring ‘Cindy’ (aus der Serie Secrets from the Bottom of the Sea) – Silber, Rotgold und Fell

12 Uhr Look, curated by Ruudt Peters presented by Caroline van Hoek, Contemporary Art Jewelry,
Tel. 0032-475753102. Galerie Sonja Junkers,
Amalienstraße 45, 80799 München, 17.-19.3. 10-19 Uhr
Various artists, curated by Ruudt Peters :  Tobias Alm, Sara Borgegard, Beatrice Brovia, Nicolas Cheng, Noemie Doge, Diana Dudek, Romina Fuentes, Carolina Gimeno, Adam Grinovich, Hanna Hedman, Hannah Joris, Ara Kuo, Edgar Mosa, Malaika Najem, Seth Papac, Annika Pettersson, Estela Saez, Dana Seachuga, Nelli Tanner

cvanhoek_CVHfritzmunchen170311newsletter dans Attai CHEN (IL)

13 Uhr Mari Ishikawa, Mia Maljojoki, Steinau-Steinrück, Flora Vagi, im Auto van de Velde
Frauenstr. 36, Tel. 0179-2047433,
werkstatt@frauen36.de, 17.-20.3. 13-16 Uhr

http://www.hummingpress.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/18-10-10_azur-seanemone-brooch.jpg
Flora Vagi wood jewelry ‘azur-seanemone’ brooch

13 Uhr Dreispaltigkeit-Einblicke, Verein experimenteller Transformationsforschung: Muriel Lang, Katharina Kataros, Emmanuel Manolo, kuratiert von Kuschmann,
Galerie IM RAUM,
Herzog-Rudolph-Str. 9, 80539 München, www.veextra.de. Do 13-18 Uhr,
Fr 11-17 Uhr, Sa 11-15 Uhr, So 12-17 Uhr

veextra-katharina-kataros-bonbon-02 dans Babette BOUCHER (FR)
Katharina Kataros ‘bonbon’ kette

14 Uhr Henriette Schuster,
Geschäft Rothmundstraße 6 (Nähe Sendlinger Tor),
80337 München, Tel. 0174-3263647, geschaeft06@aol.com, 17.-20.3. Do,
Fr 14-18 Uhr, So 12-18 Uhr

Henriette dans Barbara PAGANIN (IT)henri07 dans Beate EISMANN (DE)

henriette dans Beate KLOCKMANN (DE)
Henriette Schuster – inside-outside brooch

16 Uhr Discursive Picnic – ein Austausch zwischen Passanten, Kunstinteressierten und Künstlern. Ein Ereignis, bei dem jeder Gast und Gastgeber zugleich ist.
www.un-wetter.net oder www.schmuck2.de. MaximiliansForum, Fußgängerunterführung,
Maximilianstr./Altstadtring, 80539 München

17 Uhr Normal ist der Tod, Bernhard Lehner,
Schlegelschmuck München,
Nordendstrasse 7a/Eingang Ecke Adalbertstr., 80799 München, www.schlegelschmuck.
de, Tel. 089-2710071, Fr, Sa 11-19 Uhr, So 11-15 Uhr

19b1031d88 dans Beatrice BROVIA (IT)
Bernhard Lehner

17-19 Uhr WITTENBRINK ZEIGT SCHMUCK Tobias Alm, Kiko Gianocca, Noon Passama, David Phillips.
WITTENBRINK FUENF HOEFE, Theatinerstraße 14,
80333 München, Tel. 089-25541933, 17.-24.3. 10-19 Uhr, So 20.3. 14-17 Uhr

tobias_Alm_1
Tobias Alm - Summer series 2009

302 dans Benjamin LIGNEL (FR)
Kiko Gianocca

17-21 Uhr A Pieceful Swedish Smögåsbord, Nina Mårtensson, Hanna Liljenberg, Malin Lövgren, Pernilla Persson, Maria Ylander, Marta Mattson, Lisa Björke, Linda Marie Karlsson, Sanna Svedestedt, Karin Roy Andersson,
Schwedische Kirche, Schwanthalerstraße 60, 80336 München, 17.-20.3. Fr 13-21 Uhr,
Sa 12-19 Uhr, So 12-17 Uhr, Finissage 15-17 Uhr

24143 dans Beppe KESSLER (NL)

17-21 Uhr I am sorry, there’s no title, Jorge Manilla, Peter Vermandere, Silke Fleischer, Willy van De Velde,
Schraudolphstr.16, 80799 München, 17.-20.3. 11-18

Jorge Manilla
Jorge Manilla

17-22 Uhr Ulrike Kraus, Alessandra Pizzini und MunSun Schumacher,
schmuckgalerie tal20, Tal 20, 80331 München, www.galerie-tal20.de,
Tel. 089- 24231491, 17.-21.3. Di-Fr 11-19 Uhr, Sa 10-16 Uhr

einladungskarte dans Burcu BUYUKUNAL (TR)

17 Uhr 3stations. www.3stations.de, 18.-20.3. Fr 10-18; Sa und So 10-14 Uhr
Jewels for the Ladies. Bead necklaces designed for Anita Evenepoel and Marjan Unger, Students from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Galerie Elsa Barenyi, Welserstr.1, 81373 München, Tel. 0032-485434390.

bijvoegen_portfolio7_jpg_scale.jpg.scaled.500 dans Carolina GIMENO (Chili)
Sofie Boons necklace

Holy. Gisbert Stach, Rose Stach & special guests. Schmuck, Fotos, Videoarbeiten. Fotostudio Adrian Greiter, Welserstr. 11, 81373 München, Tel. 0174-8050333.
Schmuck Wander. Made by Many. A project by Bety Majernikova and Maria Nepsinska,
Clubraum, Welserstr. 29a, 81373 München, Tel. 0042-1902615785

17 Uhr NieOhneSeifeWaschen, Kathleen Hennemann, Christiane Köhne, Claudia Lassner, Christina Pauls,
Blutenburgstraße 79, 80634 München, www.nieohneseifewaschen.wordpress.com, 17.-20.3.
Fr, Sa 11-19 Uhr, So 11-17 Uhr

 dans Caroline BROADHEAD (UK)

18-20.30 Uhr BFG-Bund für Gestaltung (Volker Atrops, Grießmayr, Michalski),
Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich, Zieblandstr. 2, 80799 München, Tel. 089-52059553,
17.-26.3. Mo-Sa 11-18 Uhr, So 15-18 Uhr

18.30 Uhr A Theatre of Appearances – Die Bühne des Augenscheins, David Bielander, Schmuck, Michelle Taylor, Fotografie,
Galerie Biro, Zieblandstr. 19, 80799
München, www.galerie-biro.de, Tel. 089-2730686, 17.3.-16.4. Di-Sa 14-18 Uhr

18.30 Uhr SOME KIND OF HEAVEN – WILL RAMBO BE THERE? Nicole Beck, Melanie Isverding, Despo Sophocleous,
Projektraum J. Baumeister, Georgenstr. 66,
80799 München, 18.-20.3. Fr 12-18 Uhr, Sa 12-16 Uhr, So 12-18 Uhr

right bloc
Despo Sophocleous

19-21 Uhr RUUDT PETERS – ANIMA 17/3 -> 23/4.
und im Fenster UNDER THAT CLOUD 17->22/3.
(An exhibition of jewellery inspired by 18 artists being stranded in Mexico City under the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud – Artist list: Agnieszka Knap, Andrea Wagner, Benjamin Lignel, Caroline Broadhead, Cristina Filipe, Gemma Draper, Janina Stübler, Jiro Kamata, Jorge Manilla, Jürgen Eickhoff, Karin Seufert, Lucy Sarneel, Manon van Kouswijk, Nanna Melland, Nedda El-Asmar, Ramon Puig Cuyàs, Sarah O’Hana, Tore Svensson.)
Galerie Spektrum, Theresienstr. 46, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-284590, www.galerie-spektrum.de, Di-Fr 13-19 Uhr, Sa 11-14 Uhr,
Sonderöffnung am 20.3. 13-18 Uhr

187783_133073286766062_611866_n dans Christiana JOCKEL (DE)
Benjamin Lignel- piece 2011

19 Uhr GARDENS, Helena Lehtinen,
84 GHz Kultur im Keller, Georgenstraße 84,
80799 München, Tel. 089-30637911. www.84ghz.de, 17.-20.3. Fr-So 12-20 Uhr

24232 dans Christine GRAF (DE)

20-22 Uhr Martin Papcun, Sungho Cho,
Akademie Galerie, U-Bahn Universität, Ludwig-Maximilian-
Universität, Akademiestraße, 80539 München, 17.-25.3. 15-20 Uhr

pap_cho_DL_press-1024x997 dans Chuchart SARUNNAYAWATSIN (Thai.)

http://blog.alchimia.it/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Cho_071.jpg
Sungho Cho

Freitag, 18.3.2011 / 18 Mars

10.30 Uhr Helen Britton, ›Jewellery Life‹ Catalogue launch, introduction by Helen Drutt-English,
Galerie Handwerk, Max-Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-595584

24101 dans Claudia LASSNER (DE)

12 Uhr was zählt – what counts, Leila Arzaghi, Christiana Jöckel, Anna Lang, Geri Nishi,
Studio Gabi Green, Gollierstr. 17, 80339 München, Tel. 089-54030254. 18.-21.3. Fr 12-18 Uhr,
Sa-Mo 10-18 Uhr

whatcounts dans Dana SEACHUGA (IL)

joeckel dans Daniel KRUGER (DE)
Christiana Jöckel 

   

12 Uhr Curgäste und Fremde, Erol Gurian, Fotografie, Florian Buddeberg, Anna Eichlinger,
Schmuck, Bergmannstr. 28, 80339 München, Tel. 0173-5926015,
18.-20.3. Fr 14-18 Uhr, Sa, So 10-18 Uhr

BODY dans David BIELANDER (CH/DE)Highslide JS
Anna Eichlinger              —              
Florian Buddeberg

15-20 Uhr die kunst.wirt.schaft Graz auf ›schmucktour‹,
Route Maxvorstadt, Tel. 0043-6644631253 oder 0043-69912120590, www.kunstwirtschaft.at

16 Uhr Claudia Milic, Claudia Stebler, Silke Spitzer,
Almstadt Schmuck, Reichenbachstrasse 25,
80469 München, Tel. 089-12555761, 18.-20.3. 11-19 Uhr

EinladungAlmstadt dans Despo SOPHOCLEOUS (CA)

16-18 Uhr meet the artists The JAMES Days, Graf, Juen, Mayner, McMillan, Partington,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Pacellistraße 6-8,
80333 München, Tel. 089 290147-0

16 Uhr Aperitivo FIVE OF A KIND, Positionen anwendbarer Kunst („five of a kind, Positions in Usable Art“). Margit Hart, Stefan Heuser, Fritz Maierhofer, Kathryn Partington, Wolfgang Rahs,
Manuela Schlossinger mit Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts, Brescia, Galerie Jordanow, Fürstenstraße 11, 80333 München,
www.maurerzilioli.com, www.galerie-jordanow.de, Tel. 089-28779776, 18.-21.3. 10-19 Uhr

Einladung_GRAZ_30.11.2010_Seite_1 dans Doerthe FUCHS (DE)

17.30 Uhr Aperitivo LADIES BOXES, Elisabeth Altenburg, Helen Britton, Christiane Förster, Joanne Grimonprez, Therese Hilbert, Despo Sophocleous,
Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts, Brescia, Kunstbüro reillplast,
www.reillplast.de, Amalienstr. 21, 80333 München, Tel. 089-38903538, 18.-20.3. 10-19 Uhr

Joanne Grimonprez
Joanne Grimonprez

17-19 Uhr Rebellen der LIEBE / Rebels of LOVE, Alexander Blank, Stefan Heuser, Christian Hoedl, Jiro Kamata,
Kunstarkaden, Sparkassenstrasse 3, 80331 München,
www.muenchen.de/kunstarkaden, www.rebellenderliebe.de, 22.2.-26.3.
Di-Sa 13-19 Uhr, So 20.3. 13-17 Uhr

18-21 Uhr Dialogue X: Petra Bishai, Amy Death, Elsa Hedberg, Buddug Humphreys, Therese Morch-Jorgensen, Julia Patterson, Margot Sevadijan, Paolo Scura, Rachel Terry,
Timothy Information Limited. Kunstgießerei München, Schleißheimer Str. 72, 80797 München, with 84 GHz, 18.-20.3.
Fr 18-21 Uhr, Sa, So 12-20 Uhr, Sa 11 Uhr brunch view, Tel. 089-30637911

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18 Uhr Nuove Direzioni del Gioiello Italiano Contemporaneo, 11 Goldschmiede aus Italien,
Galerie Isabella Hund, Frauenplatz 13, Eingang Schäfflerstraße,
80331 München, www.isabella-hund.de, 19.3.-16.4. Mo-Fr 11-14 ,15-19 Uhr,
Sa. 11-16/18 Uhr
(Artists: Adrean Bloomard, Patrizia Bonati, Lucia Davanzo, Elisabetta Dupre, Maria Rosa Franzin, Rita Marcangelo, Maurizio Stagni, Fabrizio Tridenti)

24125 dans Edgar MOSA (PT)

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Elisabetta Dupré – ‘aracne’ – ciondolo

 
 
 
 
 

18.30 Uhr TIERPARADE oder Schmuck ohne Mensch, Ecole supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg. commissariat Sophie Hanagarth et Florence Lehmann,
Französisches Kulturinstitut, www.institut-francais.fr, Kaulbachstraße 13,
80539 München, Tel. 089-2866280, 17.-20.3. 10-19 Uhr

cf article :  EXPO ‘TIERPARADE’ – Institut Français de Munich (DE) – 17-20 mars 2011

71017_203188479708452_7801362_n dans Eija MUSTONEN (FI)

19 Uhr Förderpreis der Landeshauptstadt München 2011,
lothringer13_halle, Lothringerstrasse 13, 81667 München, www.lothringer13.de, 19.3.-17.4. Di-So
14-20 Uhr, Tel. 089-4486961

20 Uhr Do You Want A….? An act of Piracy. Guerilla Jewellery from students of the Academy Fine Arts Maastricht,
www.abkmaastricht.nl

 

Samstag, 19.3.2011 / 19 Mars

11 Uhr Returning to the Jewel is a Return from Exile Nr. 4, Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch, Gert Rothmann,
Münchner Residenz, Einsäulensaal, Residenzstr. 1, 80333 München,
19.-20.3. 11-18 Uhr

 dans Elena RUEBEL (DE)
Robert Baines (image courtesy of, and with thanks to, the gallery, tarraWarra Museum of Art, AU)

 

>> Neue Messe München Halle A1, Aktionsbühne
16 Uhr
Talente-Preis Verleihung
17 Uhr Herbert-Hofmann-Preis Verleihung
18 Uhr ›Ausgezeichnet!‹ Vortrag, Dr. Weber-Stöber
19 Uhr Achtung Adressenwechsel! Goldschmiedetreffen Festsaal, Augustinerkeller, Arnulfstr. 52, www.augustinerkeller.de
20 Uhr edible, Annamaria Leiste & Sarah Lierl, mit den Kitchen Guerillas,
Anmeldung erforderlich unter chef@kitchenguerilla.com, Tragbar, Zenettistr. 33,
80337 München, Tel. 089-76703974, 16.-20.3. 11-19 Uhr

 

Sonntag, 20.3.2011 / 20 Mars

10-14 Uhr Galerie der Preisträger, Sonderöffnung,
Galerie Handwerk, Max- Joseph-Str. 4, 80333 München, Tel. 089-595584

11 Uhr ALL ABOUT ME Lecture in English Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins,
Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium, Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design
Museum Munich, Barerstrasse 40, Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-2727250 u. 089-23805360, www.die-neue-sammlung.de

Wendy Ramshaw und David Watkins © Artists

« In the mid 1960s Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins ran a small firm called Optik Art Jewellery. They designed acrylic fashion jewellery inspired by Pop art paintings of the period. Later in 1967 they designed and sold paper jewellery all over the world. This was prior to a new revolution in jewelry design which was looming, throughout the 70s with non-precious materials and artistic ideas replacing material values. Ramshaw and Watkins were among the protagonists of the London scene. Ramshaw started out as an illustrator and textile designer. She has received numerous prestigious awards for her works, which include the Millennium Medal for Queen Elizabeth II. Her husband David Watkins was a jazz pianist, now a sculptor, and jewelry artist. Through his unconventional techniques and methods of working with materials he creates a unique style all of his own; from 1984 until 2006 he was Professor of Metalwork and Jewelry at the Royal College of Art in London. »
SUN 20.03., 11.00, Pinakothek der Moderne, Ernst von Siemens Auditorium, Admission free Lecture in English
 »

15 Uhr NOW-Jewels by Norman Weber, Führung Norman Weber,
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Pacellistraße 6-8, 80333 München, Tel. 089-2901470

Fai clic per ingrandire

Norman Weber

 

16 Uhr Baby Bling Bling, Finissage mit Schmuck-Performance,
Maximilians- Forum, Fußgängerunterführung, Maximilianstr./Altstadtring, 80539 München
« Eine Revue über Rein-Gold und kuriose Gehänge, dicke Klunker und zarte Geschmeide. Schmuckstückstories in 6 Akten. Schauspiel von Die Vorleserinnen Katja Brenner, Sophie Engert, Vanessa Jeker.
Die Vorleserinnen verwandeln die individuellen Persönlichkeiten von Schmuckstücken von SchmuckkünstlerInnen, die eng mit München verbunden sind ,in verschiedene dramatische Formen: Gangsta-Rap, Soap, Ballade oder Stummfilm – der Schmuck spielt die Hauptrolle. »

und außerhalb der Stadt: Schmuckstücke von Doerthe Fuchs,
Galerie Anna Pirk, Seestrasse 24, 83700 Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee, Tel. 08022-1884222.
www.anna-pirk.de, 15.3.-26.3. Di-Sa 11-19 Uhr oder nach Vereinbarung, Eröffnung Samstag, 12.3. ab 17 Uhr

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Doerthe Fuchs

 

 

Apart from SCHMUCK, other special displays of arts and craft are hosted at «Handwerk & Design»: TALENTE, a show of the work of promising young designers; EXEMPLA, subtitled this year ‘Workshops of the Future’; and MEISTER DER MODERNE, featuring a selection of the work of famous international masters of arts and crafts and applied arts. Visitors who want to find out more about contemporary craft and design have the opportunity of taking part in a guided tour of «Handwerk & Design». These tours, which are free of charge, start each day at 13:30 (meeting point: stage in Hall A1, no registration needed).

 

Meister der Moderne 2011, Georg Dobler
Georg Dobler at Meister der Moderne

 

 

 

Schmuck 2011
Willy Brandt Allee 1
Messegelände
81829 München, Germany
Telephone: 0049 89 5119 248
Fax: 00 49 89 5119 245
website: www.hwk-muenchen.de
mail: eva.sarnowski@hwk-muenchen.de
Organized by the Verein zur Förderung des Handwerks e.V.
16.Mar.2011 – 22.Mar.2011
from 9.30 until 18.00
with a special VIP opening on Thursday 17th from 6 until 10. On Saturday 19th March we will have the ceremony of the Herbert-Hofmann-award at 4 p.m.

19/05/2010

HOMMAGE – Goodbye Mari FUNAKI

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Gal. Funaki (AU),Japon (JP),Mari FUNAKI (JP) — bijoucontemporain @ 0:05

Mari Funaki a quitté le monde du bijou le 13 mai dernier. Hommage à un sculpteur de bijoux.

« Mari Funaki laisse ce putain de monde un peu plus beau au travers de la délicatesse tendue de ses bijoux et leur irréductible poésie » (Christophe Burger)

 

http://www.artgallery.wa.gov.au/exhibitions/images/MF_bracelet_7_2006_000.jpg

 » My main interest is to explore form and space, constructing the forms and details between the space with flat plain surfaces of metal. Blackened mild steel creates shadow and mystery. I work with evocative forms based on nature and the everyday environment. They might remind you of something familiar or something from your memory. I like to make my forms stir people’s emotions or imagination. » (Mari Funaki)


Mari Funaki - ‘Space between’ 2005-06 – mild steel bracelet

HOMMAGE - Goodbye Mari FUNAKI dans COUP DE COEUR 343
Mari Funaki - ‘Space between’ 2005-06  – brooches

« Mari was born in Matsue, Japan and arrived in Australia in 1979. After completing studies in painting and gold & silversmithing at RMIT University, she opened Gallery Funaki in 1995 to promote national and international contemporary jewellery. Mari works as Director of Gallery Funaki whilst maintaining an active career as a contemporary jeweller and maker of sculptural mild steel vessels.
There is a strong personal visual language in Mari’s work – her jewellery and objects express how she sees the world around her. She works very intuitively, using mild steel and gold to make brooches, bracelets, rings and objects, each piece imbued with a sense mystery and surprise. Her work starts with a sketch, then the details of the form are developed through the making process. She is particularly interested in the interplay between negative and positive volume and spaces, the juxtaposition between inside and outside. »

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Mari Funaki - ‘Space between’  bracelet

« SPACE BETWEEN » :  » Black. Sharp, shifting contours. Familiar and alien. Confident, expressive and agile, it is easy to take the existence of these works for granted – and it is hard enough to trace in one’s mind the physical evolution back through heat colouring, sandblasting, soldering, assembling and cutting, to unremarkable, thin sheets of mild steel – let alone comprehend their conception and resolution.
They inhabit space in a way that is difficult to describe – the edge between each object and the space that encloses it is shockingly sudden.
How can something human-made be so insanely artificial and natural at the same time? It must be no accident that I described them as articulate – ambiguous and wide ranging in the breadth of associations and allusions, they can tell you everything and nothing at the same time.’  » (Sally Marsland, 2006)

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Mari Funaki - ‘Space between’  bracelets – heat-coloured mild steel

http://cerogallery.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/mari-funaki.jpgFunaki , Mari
braceletsoxidized mild steel

 

397 dans Gal. Funaki (AU)
Space Between – rings 2006 / white gold

Notes from a Conversation with Mari Funaki, July 2006

« Mari Funaki’s initial response comes from the environment – the response is part random, part constructed idea.
Funaki likes the ‘animated’ response from the viewer – allowing them to make their own associations with the work and their own meaning. The making of the work doesn’t emerge out of nothing but through the development of ideas over a long period of time.
Mari starts with a flat drawing – this approach comes from an Eastern perspective in the history of art making i.e. screens, woodcuts and scrolls. Initially when starting with the idea Mari is mentally thinking in two dimensions – then drawing out onto paper in two dimensions the ideas.
When actually making the work Mari then starts working and thinking in three dimensions – starting with a base piece of metal and working physically and intuitively around the object, to form a construction that evidences her feelings about what she wants to create. She likes the aesthetic beauty but uneasy aspect of a dead insect for example (like the Louise Bourgeois ‘Maman‘ spider outside the Guggenheim in Bilbao).
Now collaborating with architect Nonda Kotsalidis, Mari is working to produce her sculptural objects on a larger scale, up to 6 metres high. She needs the objects to have an emotional and physical impact on the viewer – both beautiful and threatening at one and the same time. How will her objects translate to a larger scale? Very well I think.
Funaki likes the physical distortion of space – and she likes telling a story to the viewer. She is working on a building where the facade is really strongly geometric and then she is embedding an emotion into the front of the building – constructing a narrative – constructing an emotional response with the viewer and establishing a relationship with the building. Here she is working from photographs of the space, her own recognition and remembrance of that space. She is having to work physically in 3D from the beginning for the first time, but still uses drawings to sketch out her ideas.
Several of Funaki’s pieces in the Cecily and Colin Rigg Contemporary Design Award (2006) at the NGV Federation Square were inspired by the work of Bernd and Hilla Becher. Their photographs of factories and gasworks, specifically the facades of such buildings (see images below), were the jumping off point for the development of the objects (the bracelets). Funaki takes the front of these buildings, a 3D structure ‘in reality’ but pictorially imaged on a 2D plane, and then twists and distorts their structure back into a 3D environment. The facades move up and around, as though a body is twisting around its own axis, pirouetting around an invisible central spine.
Each piece is created and then the next one is created in relation to the previous, or to each other. Each individual piece has its own character and relation to each other. They are never variations of the same piece with small differences – each is a separate but fully (in)formed entity. » (Marcus Bunyan for the Art Blart blog)

 

 

Gallery FUNAKI
4 Crossley Street
Melbourne, Victoria
Australia 3000
PHONE +613 9662 9446
website: www.galleryfunaki.com.au
mail: galleryfunaki@iinet.net.au

27/02/2010

SCHMUCK 2010 – Munich (DE) 3-9 mars 2010 – PROGRAMME

Classé dans : Adrean BLOOMARD (IT),Alexander BLANK (DE),Allemagne (DE),Amandine MEUNIER (FR),Anna EICHLINGER (DE),Aud Charlotte HO SINDING (SE),Babette BOUCHER (FR),Bettina SPECKNER (DE),Blanka SPERKOVA (CS),Brune BOYER-PELLEREJ (FR),Carole DELTENRE (FR),Catherine LE GAL (FR),Christine GRAF (DE),Christophe MARGUIER (FR),Chuchart SARUNNAYAWATSIN (Thai.),Claire BALOGE (FR),Constanze SCHREIBER (DE),Daniel KRUGER (DE),Elena RUEBEL (DE),Emmanuel LACOSTE (FR),Eunmi CHUN (KR),EVENEMENT / Type of EVENT,Exposition/Exhibition,Fabrizio TRIDENTI (IT),Fiona HERMSE (UK),Flora VAGI (HU),Florence LEHMANN (FR),Florian WEICHSBERGER (DE),Frederic BRAHAM (FR),Gal. Marzee (NL),Gal. Platina (SE),Gal. RA (NL),Gal. Spektrum (DE),Giampaolo BABETTO (IT),Helen BRITTON (AU),Helfried KODRE (AT),Ines SCHWOTZER (DE),Iris EICHENBERG (NL),Jana NATIER (FR),Jessica WORLEY (UK),Joanne GRIMONPREZ (FR),Kadri MALK (EE),Karen PONTOPPIDAN (DK),Karl FRITSCH (DE),Katerina HANDLOVA (CS),Katharina MOCH (DE),Katherine RICHMOND (UK),Kathryn PARTINGTON (UK),Kristiina LAURITS (EE),Lisa JUEN (CN),Luzia VOGT (CH),Lydia HIRTE (DE),Mari FUNAKI (JP),Mari IWAMOTO (JP),Martin PAPCUN (CS),Masayuki NAGATA (JP),Maud TRAON (FR),Melanie ISVERDING (DE),Mia MALJOJOKI (FI),Mikaela LYONS (UK),Mikiko MINEWAKI (JP),Mirjam HILLER (DE),Monika BRUGGER (FR),Monika JAKUBEC (DE),Nathalie PERRET (FR),Nicole BECK (DE),Otto KUNZLI (CH),Patrick McMILLAN (US),Peter BAUHUIS (DE),Petr DVORAK (CS),Piret HIRV (EE),Renate SCHMID (DE),Rickson SALKELD (CA),Robert BAINES (AU),Sam Tho DUONG (VN),Shadi VOSSOUGH (UK),Simon COTTRELL (AU),Sophie HANAGARTH (CH),Susanne ELSTNER (DE),Svatopluk KASALY (CS),Tamsin LEIGHTON-BOYCE (UK),Tanel VEENRE (EE),Tarja TUUPANEN (FI),Therese HILBERT (DE),Tiina RAJAKALLIO (FI),Toni MAYNER (UK),Ulrike KAMPFERT (DE/FR),Vaclav CIGLER (CS),Villu PLINK (EE),Volker ATROPS (DE),Yoko IZAWA (JP) — bijoucontemporain @ 19:57

Schmuck 2010 in München / Jewellery in Munich
Events related to Jewellery during the International Trade Fair

3.-9.3.2010 Neue Messe München I Halle A1 “Handwerk & Design” 9.30-18 h
Sonderschauen der 62. Internationalen Handwerksmesse München. Schmuck 2010,
Exempla 2010 – Keramik, Talente 2010, Meister der Moderne 2010

Frame” Präsentation internationaler Galerien, Galerie Marzee, Galerie Platina, Galerie Ra

* Schatzkammer Australien -Treasure room Australia. Opening: 25.2.,18.30  h.
Galerie Handwerk,
Max-Joseph- Str. 4, 80333 München.
Tel. 089-595584
26.2.-10.4., Di, Mi, Fr 10-18, Do 10-20, Sa 10-13.
So 7.3. Special opening 10-14 h.

SCHMUCK 2010 - Munich (DE) 3-9 mars 2010 - PROGRAMME dans Adrean BLOOMARD (IT) 18038

[Artists:  Helen Aitken-Kuhnen, Robert Baines, Roseanne Bartley, Nicholas Bastin, Julie Blyfield, Helen Britton, Susan Cohn, Simon Cottrell, Anna Davern, Laura Deakin, Mark Edgoose, Mari Funaki, Stephen Gallagher, Kiko Gianocca, Kirsten Haydon, Marian Hosking, Linda Hughes, Johannes Kuhnen Carlier Makigawa, Sally Marsland, Christopher Earl Milbourne, Nina Oikawa, David Phillips, Nicole Polentas. ]

*Giampaolo Babetto. L’Italianità dei Gioielli, 6.3.-30.5. Opening 5.3. 19 h

*Wenn Helden zittern – Tokyo, München, London, 6.-7.3., 10-18, Opening 5.3. 19 h
Alexander Blank, Eunmi Chun, Stefan Heuser, Mari Iwamoto, Jasleen Kaur, Märta Mattson, Hajime Matsuo, Masayuki Nagata, Christopher Thomson-Royds.

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Alexander Blank- brooch- Silver, plexiglass, rigid foam, lacquer

*Danner-Rotunde. Neu. Kuratiert von Karl Fritsch, ab 6.3. Opening. 5.3. 19 h.
Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich
Barerstrasse 40,
Pinakothek der Moderne, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-272725-0 u. 089-23805-360,
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h

*Nicht dass Du mir von der Bluse fällst. (« Don’t you dare to fall off my blouse! ») 12.2.-10.4. Opening 11.2. 18.30 h,
Broschen von Volker Atrops, Peter Bauhuis, Waltraud Erlacher, Therese Hilbert, Otto Künzli, Karen Pontoppidan, Bettina Speckner.
Galerie für Angewandte Kunst, Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V.,
Pacellistr. 6-8, 80333 München,
Tel. 089-2901470
Mo-Sa 10-18, Do 4.3. 17-18 h meet the artists, So 7.3. Special opening 11-17 h

(cf article « EXPO ‘Don’t you dare to fall off my blouse!‘ – Gallery for Applied Arts, Munich (DE) – 12 Fevr.- 10 Avr. 2010″)

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Bettina Speckner - brooches

> 3.3. Wednesday

19 h: Glas im tschechischen Schmuck. 3.3.-31.3. Opening 3.3. 19 h
Václav Cigler
, Petr Dvorák, Stanislava Grebenícková, Katerina Handlová, Jan Hásko, Svatopluk Kasaly, Jaroslav Kodejs, Zdenka Lastovicková, Martina Mináriková, Martin Papcún, Jirí Sibor, Markéta Sílená, Blanka Sperková.,
Tschechisches Zentrum, Prinzregentenstr. 7,
Mo-Do 10-17, Fr 10-16
3.-4.3. 10-22 h,

(cf article « EXPO ‘Glass in Czech Jewelry – Contemporary Jewelry’ – Munich 3-31 mars 2010« )

> 4.3. Thursday

10 h: bloß keine Steine, « No gems, please ». 4.-7.3
Kerstin Becker, Susanne Elstner, Monika Jakubec, Michaela Köppl, Kristina Kundt, Gabriele von Miller-Lehsten, Daniela Osterrieder, Renate Schmid, Renate Scholz, Ines Schwotzer, Gottlinde Singer, Monika Vesely, Hanni Weber.
galerie GEDOK muc, Elisabethstr. 13 RG, 80796 München,
10-20 h   (http://www.gedok-muenchen.de/galerie_gedok/autoviewer2/index.html)

Susanne Elstner, Brosche
Susanne Elstner, brosche

12 h: Life’s a bench. 4.-7.3
Fiona Jane Hermse, You-Hua Hsieh, Tamsin Leighton-Boyce, Mikaela Lyons, Katharina Moch, Katherine Richmond, Elena Ruebel, Rickson Salkeld, Chuchart Sarunnayawatsin, Ching-Chih Tseng, Shadi Vossough,
Studio K162 Renate Scholz,
Klugstraße 162,
Tel. 089-1577231
Do-Sa 12-19, So 12-16 h              (http://www.lifeisabench.blogspot.com/)

necklace_2+chu dans Alexander BLANK (DE)Mikaela+Lyons+Ecklectika+Collection dans Allemagne (DE)
Chuchart Sarunnayawatsin                     Mikaela Lyons

13 h: Ishikawa, Maljojoki, Steinau-Streinrück, Borgegård, in memoriam Ho Sook Sinding  (Aud Charlotte Ho Sook Sinding). 4.-7.3.,
Frauenstr. 36,
Tel. 0179-2047433, mit Van de Velde im Auto -  13-16 h

9 dans Amandine MEUNIER (FR)
Mia Maljojoki - ‘Lollipops in the woods – Bites from everyday’

16 h: schmuck krönt das schöne. 4.3-7.3
Claudia Milic, Ingrid Römmich, Veronika Schmidt
Schlegelschmuck München, Nordendstr.7a,
Tel. 089-2710071
Do 16-19 h
Fr, Sa 11-18, So 11-14 h

17 h: The Box4.-7.3
Bette, Adrean Bloomard, Förster, Hilbert, Kallfelz, Helfried Kodré, Lisca, Fabrizio Tridenti, Flora Vagi, Luzia Vogt, Weber, Florian Weichsberger
Maurer-Zilioli – Contemporary Arts, Brescia, zu Gast bei
Kunstbüro Reillplast, Amalienstraße 21, 80331 München,
Tel. 0179-1023868,

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Helfried Kodré (AT) – brooch                     Luzia Vogt – brooch 

Brosche, 2. Preis
Florian Weichsberger - broche

17 h: Dear James. 5.-7.3
Christine Graf, Lisa Juen, Toni Mayner, Patrick McMillan, Kathryn Partington, Jessica Worley.
Atelier Klarastr.1,
Tel. 0160-94957212, .
11-17 h

(cf article « Message in a jewel …..” (chanson bien connue) – “Dear JAMES”)

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The JAMES Exchange

18 h: Bettina Dittlmann und Michael Jank. 5.-25.3
Galerie Isabella Hund, Frauenplatz 13,
Tel. 089-29160717
Mo-Fr 11-14 und 15-19, Sa 11-18 h18 h: Dormitory_Bauleitung_Laboratorio. Schmuck im Schlafrock aus 7 Ländern.
Atelier Stach, Welserstr. 29a,
Tel. 0174-8050333,
Fr 5.3. 11-18, Sa 6.3.11-13 h

18-22 h: Sam Tho Duong und Nils Schmalenbach. 4.-9.3
Schmuckgalerie tal20, Tal 20, 80331 München,
Tel: 089-24231491
Mo-Fr 11-19, Sa 10-16 h

18 h: Eternal shine – it´s not a pony. 5.-7.3.
Nicole Beck, Melanie Isverding, Constanze Schreiber, Florian Weichsberger
Projektraum J. Baumeister, Georgenstr. 66, 80799 München
Tel. 0176-23112592
Fr 12-18, Sa 11-16, So 11-18 h

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Florian Weichsberger

 

18.30 h: Daniel Kruger. 4.3.-25.4.
Galerie Biro, Zieblandstr. 19,
Tel. 089-2730686,
Di-Sa 14-18 h

Daniel-Kruger dans Anna EICHLINGER (DE)
Daniel Krüger - brooch

 

19 h: AAVISTUS. 5.-7.3
Tiina Rajakallio, Tarja Tuupanen, Maria Vuorinen.
84 GHz Kultur im Keller, Georgenstr. 84, 80799 München,
Tel. 089-30637911
12-20 h

 

>5.3. Friday

10 h: Across borders. 5.-8.3
Leila Arzaghi, Lydia Hirte, Yoko Izawa, Christiana Jöckel, Sangeun Kim,
Studio Gabi Green, Gollierstr. 17, Tel. 089-54030254
10-18 h

17 h: õhuLoss / luftSchloss / spatialPalace. 5.-7.3
Kadri Mälk, Tanel Veenre, Piret Hirv, Eve Margus-Villems, Kristiina Laurits, Villu Plink
Alter Nordfriedhof, Arcisstr. 45,
Tel. 089- 2720526 (Friedhof),
Tel. 00372-5223595 (Kadri Mälk)
Fr 17-21, Sa-So 12-18 h

(cf article « Estonian jewellery« )

 

17 h: 2 Münchener Goldschmiede +1 junger Star. 5-12.3
Peter Müller, Dagmar Stühler, Mirjam Hiller.
Galerie Stühler bei Winterberg-Kunst, Barerstr. 46, 80333 München,
Tel. 0177-8817633
5.3. 17-23h, 6.-12.3. 12-18 h

17 h: “mine x mine”. 5.-9.3
Mikiko Minewaki und Yutaka Minegishi
WITTENBRINKFuenfhoefe, Theatinerstr. 14,
Tel: 089-25541933
12-19 h

18 h: Cagnes-sur-Mer hors les murs präsentiert Also known as jewellery, 3.-9.3
a travelling exhibition of French contemporary jewellery.
Baloge, Boucher, Boyer-Pellerej, Braham, Brugger, Deltenre, Grimonprez, Hanagarth, Kampfert, Lacoste, Le Gal, Lehmann, Marguier, Meunier, Natier, Perret, Traon.
L’institut Français, Kaulbachstraße 13,
Tel. 089-2866280
9-21 h18 h: Dialogue 8. 5.-7.3
P. Bishai, A, Death, R. Gilbert, B. Humphries, J. Patterson, J. Robinson, P. Scura, Timothy Information Limited, R. Terry, A. Toch.
Kunstgießerei Schwabing, Schleißheimer Str. 72, with 84 GHz,
Fr 18-21 h, Sa-So 12-20 h

19 h: Jewellery Mia Maljojoki bei “Meisterschüler 2010“ 6.-14.3.
Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, Galerie der Künstler, Maximilianstr. 42, 80538 München,
Mi-Sa 14-19 h

20 h: Iris Eichenberg : Birds and flowers of Michigan.  5.3.-24.4
Galerie Spektrum, Theresienstr. 46,
Tel. 089-284590,Di-Fr 13-19, Sa 11-14,
7.3. Special opening12-18 h

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Iris EichenbergBrooch

> 6.3. Saturday

11 h: Returning to the Jewel is a Return from Exile 2. 6.-7.3.
Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch, Gerd Rothmann, präsentiert von Galerie Biro,
Einsäulen-Saal Münchner Residenz, Residenzstr. 1,
Tel. 089-2730686
11-18 h

11 h: 3 x GOLD. 6-8.3.
Florian Buddeberg, Anna Eichlinger, Irene Gonzalez,
Bergmannstr. 28,
Tel. 0173-5926015
Sa u.Mo 11-16, So 11-18 h
Neue Messe München Halle A1, Aktionsbühne

16 h: Talente-Preis Verleihung
17 h: Herbert-Hofmann-Preis Verleihung
20 h: Jewellery Get-together
Augustiner Großgaststätten, Neuhauserstr. 27
Tel. 089-23183257

> 7.3. Sunday

12-19 h: Die Kunst des Abschieds. 31.1.-30.4
Bettina Speckner, Thomas Kammerl und andere…bei Gastroph und Jünger: w e i s s ….über den tod hinaus,
Hans-Sachs-Str. 3,
Tel. 0176-62483342
Mo-Fr 11-19, Sa 11-16 h

12 h: Claus Bury – Maßstabssprünge. 9.3.-13.6.
Die Neue Sammlung – The International
Design Museum Munich, im Neuen Museum für Kunst und Design, Klarissenplatz, 90402 Nürnberg,
Tel. 089-2727250 u. 0911-240200, www.die-neue-sammlung.de,
Di-Fr 10-20, Sa u.So 10-18 h

15-18 h: Finissagentag “Iron Man” 4.2.-7.3
Volker Atrops.
Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich, Zieblandstr. 2, 80799 München
Tel. 02845-609956
Mo-Sa 9-13 h

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