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04/02/2017

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jelizaveta Suska – Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3 – #MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (42)

Jelizaveta Suska

#MunichJewelleryWeek2017 – EXPO (42) – Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3

« So me and my friends are preparing for something really cool and exiting: Hatara project. From Finnish – a cotton candy. Like a sweet cloud, we, a bunch of 14 people, from all over the world will make a show in Munich this year. If you are going there for Schmuck Fare, don’t miss our exhibition, it will be under #42 (on  map) !
I will tell more about each participant as we move closer to the 8h of March – Opening day! Have a look at our project webpage. We looking forward to meet you! »
https://www.facebook.com/hataraproject

Jelizaveta Suska  Hatara project. From Finnish - a cotton candy. Like a sweet cloud,

9-22h, LOVaaS artSPace - 08-11 March

Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3“,
with : Marine Dominiczak — Morven Downie — Elin Flogman — Yasuyo Hida — Anke Huyben — Christine Jalio — Helmi Lindblom — Melina Lindroos — Annea Lounatvuori — Sara Malm — Wiebke Pandikow — Jelizaveta Suskaya — Susanna Yläranta — Ginta Zabarovska -

Fürstenstraße 6, 80333 München, 08.-11.03.,
Mi. 19-22h, Do. Fr. 10-19h, Sa. 11-17h,
Tel. +358 445250524, www.facebook.com/hataraproject
„Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3 - photo: Ninni VidgrenHatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3 – photo: Ninni Vidgren
Meet the artists taking part in this year’s Munich Jewelry Week exhibition TIME PERCEPTION VOL.3.
Jelizaveta Suska
She was born in Latvia, where she completed her Bachelor degree education in Art Academy of Latvia as a metal designer. At the age of 24 she moved to Gothenburg in Sweden for studying and permanent living. In 2015 she graduated from Academy of Design and Crafts (HDK) at University of Gothenburg.
In year 2016 Jelizaveta received The Herbert Hofmann Prize, and Amber prize at Amberif Award.
‘Frozen Moment’ pieces are a lot about feelings of nostalgia, of a moment in time. In my work, I was looking for materialization of these abstract matters. I based it on associations and feelings. After a period of research, I came up with my own material that the pieces are made of. This material has two main compounds: polymer, that is light and transparent, just like ‘a moment’ and crushed marble, that creates an illusion of a solid stone which I associate with a feeling of nostalgia.
In the beginning of crafting each piece, material is hot and dynamic but in a while it turns still. Like a metaphor of a moment becoming a memory. When looking at my works, people often are saying that they look like ice or unknown minerals.
I question traditional approaches and instead of valuable jewels I celebrate the idea behind the material. That’s why for the rear of the brooches and other supporting details I use valuable metals like gold, gold plated silver and titanium.
In this project, I created more than 200 hundred pieces. I then selected 21 and crafted them into the jewelry.
Find out more about Jelizaveta – www.suska.berta.me
Jelizaveta Suska - brooch "Frozen moments"Jelizaveta Suska – brooch « Frozen moments »
Jelizaveta Suska - brooches "Frozen moments"Jelizaveta Suska - brooches « Frozen moments »

 

Hatara-project was fouded by Annea Lounatvuori & Christine Jalio in the spring of 2014. Their first exhibition was at the Munich Jewellery Week on march 2015 and the second of may at O galleria in Helsinki. The third exhibition was a part of the Munich Jewellery Week 2016 were Christine Jalio and Annea Mikaela participated together with Melina Lindroos, Wiebke Pandikow, Helmi Lindblom and Ginta Zabarovska.

Members:
Annea Lounatvuori
Christine Jalio
Ginta Zabarovska
Melina Lindroos
Helmi Lindblom
Wiebke Pandikow
Jelizaveta Suskaya

 

 

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30/11/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 2 – Anne DINAN – nostalgia …

Classé dans : Anne DINAN (US),COUP DE COEUR,DECOUVERTE,email / enamel,EXCHANGE-BIJOU,USA,VIDEO — bijoucontemporain @ 22:47

Anne DINAN

« (My) inspiration is nature and industry combined. What have we done? »

J’ai craqué pour le monde d’Anne Dinan -qui malgré son nom très français, nous vient des USA- il y a quelque temps, et je vous ai montré ses blancs …. au tour de ses bleus, qui m’enchantent !
Mais à part les couleurs, et peut-être plus que la couleur, l’émail cache -et dévoile, comme une photo en train de se développer- des mondes industriels « désuets » -je pense au château d’eau en métal empoussiéré du film « Bagdad Café »-,  des paysages industriels comme abandonnés, rouillés, témoins d’une Amérique empoussiérée, « from Vegas to no way » comme dit la chanson du film  …. des paysages, des visages, surgis du passé ….. séquence émotion ! (SURTOUT en écoutant « I‘m calling you » !!)

 

anne.dinan - vitreous enamel - 2014 - "Unknown Relatives" serie: Anne Dinan – vitreous enamel – 2014 – « Unknown Relatives » serie
« Unknown Relatives”  was based on a series of old portrait photographs found at a family farm in Michigan. Dinan created the 20-piece assemblage using kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper from digital waterslide transfers »

Anne Dinan is a nationally recognized jewelry and visual artist who attended the School of Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston.
A resident of Exeter, N.H., Dinan has presented her unique and diverse pieces at a number of shows including Alchemy 3, the 2015 Enamelist Society touring exhibition at five New England galleries ; seasonal shows at the Button Factory in Portsmouth, N. H. and Pettengill Farm in Salisbury, Mass; and at
“Myths – Test Drive” in Germany at the 2016 Munich Jewellery Week show (SCHMUCK) .

Anne Dinan - nov. 2014 ·   Vitreous enamel with decalsAnne Dinan – nov. 2014 ·  Unknown Relatives -  Vitreous enamel with decals 

 anne.dinan - Handmade laser decals on vitreous enamel: Anne Dinan – Handmade laser decals on vitreous enamel

annedinan handmade decals kilnfired vitreousenamel   Anne Dinan handmade decals kilnfired vitreous enamel

anne dinan steel industrial vermont phototransfer  decals kilnfired torchfired: Anne Dinan steel industrial vermont phototransfer  decals kilnfired torchfired

Anne Dinan: Anne Dinan watertowers

annedinan enamel vitreousenamel handmade decals unknownrelatives pendants Anne Dinan   vitreous enamel handmade decals unknownrelatives pendants

« Dinan earned second place in the wall piece category of the 15th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition for “Unknown Relatives,” which was based on a series of old portrait photographs found at a family farm in Michigan. Dinan created the 20-piece assemblage using kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper from digital waterslide transfers. The pieces were mounted on wood from an old wheelbarrow.
“Unknown Relatives” also was featured in “The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes (third edition) by Dublin artist and photographer Christopher James. Dinan’s work will also be featured at galleries in Munich, Germany and Paris.
She attended the Museum School of Art in Boston. » (The Enamelist Society’s 15th Biennial International Juried Exhibition and the 11th International Juried Student Enamel Exhibition at the League of NH Craftsmen, 49 S. Main St., Concord., jan 2016)
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You want to BUY ? contact her at annemargaretdinan@gmail.com

 

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31/10/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Julia Obermaier – coup de coeur « lapidaire »

Julia Obermaier

C’est drôle comme « le hasard fait bien les choses » …. Ou, il n’y a pas de hasard ….Un de mes problèmes majeurs dans ma vie actuelle est ma « distance aux gens » … trop près, trop loin, je ne sais jamais où, comment me situer …. trop au bord, spectateur, voyeur, ou trop « dedans », trop impliqué … J’avais coutume de dire à mes enfants « la liberté de chacun, c’est comme une bulle : tu as ta bulle, qui te protège et t’entoure, mais elle est fragile et se « brise » facilement. Et chacun a la sienne. Il faut réussir à t’approcher des gens de manière à ce que ni ta bulle ni la leur n’éclate. C’est ça la liberté de chacun, c’est ça « ta liberté commence là où fini la mienne ». C’est un délicat jeu d’équilibre » …. Je me rappelle, ils m’écoutaient bouche bée ….. Eh bien c’est exactement de ça que parlent les bijoux de Julia Obermaier ! « The distance between people« , the « Private space » ….. Cette découverte m’apporte une immense émotion, et ce d’autant plus que …. comment dire ? ses bijoux me touchaient, je ne savais pas pourquoi, parce qu’à priori ce n’était pas « mon genre » de bijoux mais plus un « genre », un style de bijoux, très prisé actuellement parmi ce qui vient d’Idar-Oberstein ……

Julia Obermaier – (Sur)face the space.
« Private space. Working area. The distance between people. The distance between the world and me. Space is a really important subject for me. If someone is crossing the borders of my spaces without permission, it causes a bad feeling within me. That is why I try to protect them as much as possible. But in daily life, one cannot always keep direct surroundings and personal space in their preferred way. This is because our outside world is always in relation with other people and circumstances.
To build my own spaces I cut slices out of agate or rock crystal.  They represent rooms, spaces, containers, boxes or little caves. Some of my works have empty spaces with corners or nooks, while others have an inner life through engravings I cut within the pieces. I am generating space which can be filled with ones own personal feelings, perceptions and sensations. I see my work as containers protecting the innermost emotions of the viewer or wearer.
In contrast to the large space around us filled with other people, I see these pieces as a part of ourselves. They are little copies of the viewer or the wearer. The space inside is reserved for what people find within themselves. The outside surrounding, which is not always controllable for us, becomes the protector of what lies within the piece.  The wearer can then decide if and who is allowed to approach the work, take a look or even touch it. The pieces embody ideas of a second skin and soul protector from the outside world.  They are meant to induce a comforting feeling of inner silence for the wearer, that they can use to confront a busy world. »

  Julia Obermaier Brooch: Untouchable, 2016 Agate, resin, pigment, stainless steel 10 x 5.5 x 5.5 cm Photo by: Julia Obermaier Julia Obermaier Brooch: Untouchable, 2016 Agate, resin, pigment, stainless steel 10 x 5.5 x 5.5 cm Photo by: Julia Obermaier

Julia Obermaier  Brooch: Round the corner, 2016  Agate, resin, pigment, stainless steel  7.5 x 7 x 3 cm  Photo by: Julia Obermaier: at Marzee Graduate Show 2016: Julia Obermaier (BFA 2016 Idar-Oberstein)  -  Brooch « Round the Corner » • Agate, resin, pigment and stainless steel • ©photo by artist  

« With her bachelor thesis Julia Obermaier delivers a statement of monumental grandeur. To do so, working mainly in agate and rock crystal, is a matter of concentration and patience as well as of spatial transition. Acquiring an extended awareness of space and volume, in the sense of an architectonic perspective,  paired with an empathical sensibility for the wearers and observers body and mind, and at the same time bordering the restrictions of jewellery is a remarkable feature of Obermaiers process of work. The result is a collection of wearables in gemstone with a high quality of sensitivity. As an object, Obermaiers pieces are intriguing and inviting, as soon as they are worn and in unity with the body, they show an until than almost hidden sensuality. » / Theo Smeets

Julia Obermaier Necklace: Come Around, 2016 Agate, resin, pigment 27 x 20 x 3.5 cm Photo by: Julia Obermaier (selected for Marzee Graduate Show 2016:): Julia Obermaier – Necklace: Come Around, 2016 – Agate, resin, pigment – 27 x 20 x 3.5 cm – Photo by: Julia Obermaier (selected for Marzee Graduate Show 2016)

« Agate is one of my most favorite materials. The huge secrecy and variety of agate as a stone and its use over centuries is attracting me in my work. Studying the layers and druses of agate amazes me and makes me curious. What is happening? What is in there? I want to arise these feelings as well in the wearers and viewers of my pieces. You can find sensitivity, strength and multifaceted sides not just in agates, as well in every other living creature. »

She is member of  « Astonish », a group of young jewellery artists which are current students or recent alumni’s form University of Applied Sciences Trier, Campus Idar-Oberstein.
They were present at SCHMUCK 2016, at  Inhorgenta Munich, 12–15 February 2016, at Internationale Handwerksmesse München,  24 February – 1 March 2016 -

 Julia Obermaier- Untitled (No.3) – Necklace – Agate, Steel, 18kt Gold – 450 x 120 x 70 mm – 2014 – Photo by Julia Obermaier: Julia Obermaier (BFA stud. Idar-OberSTEIN 2016) • Necklace  Untitled (No.3) • Agate, steel, 18k gold • 2014 • 450 x 120 x 70 mm ©photo by Julia Obermaier – #MJW16/ « Astonish »

Julia Obermaier Necklace: Breathe, 2016 Rockcrystal, silver, iron, paint, resin 33 x 18 x 2 cm Photo by: Qi Wang  Julia Obermaier Necklace: Breathe, 2016 Rockcrystal, silver, iron, paint, resin 33 x 18 x 2 cm Photo by: Qi Wang

 Julia Obermaier Necklace: Have a look outside, 2016 Agate, iron, fabric, resin, pigment 26 x 11 x 3.5 cm Photo by: Julia Obermaier: Julia Obermaier Necklace: Have a look outside, 2016 Agate, iron, fabric, resin, pigment 26 x 11 x 3.5 cm Photo by: Julia Obermaier




 

 

 

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Staatliche Berufsfachschule für Glas und Schmuck Kaufbeuren-Neugablonz
Hochschule Trier, Idar-Oberstein, Germany. BFA stud.   2016
Selected Graduate 2016 at Klimt02
Born in Landau a.d. Isar, Germany. 2009 to 2012 apprenticeship to a goldsmith at staatliche Berufsfachschule für Glas und Schmuck in Kaufbeuren-Neugablonz, Germany. Since 2012 studies Bachelor of Fine Arts in Gemstone and Jewellery at University of Applied Sciences Trier, Department Idar-Oberstein. Made during her studies an exchange semester at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Lives and works in Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

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29/10/2016

EXCHANGE-BIJOU 1 – Jonathan Hens – the HIGHWAY of success !

Jonathan Hens

I discovered his works at fall 2013 during PARIS – CIRCUITS BIJOUX , at the exhibition ‘Precieux Passages’ at Bibliothèque Forney. A first « face to face » with a (very) STRONG creation !

Strong creation that encountered SUCCESS : in 2012 the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp presents his works, together with some other students, at SIERAAD 2012 Amsterdam, we saw his works at Marzee Graduate show 2012 AND 2013, an exhibition during SCHMUCK 2014 (« Lights ON/Lights OFF » 3 stations Galerie, Munich), an exhibition during SCHMUCK 2015 (« Oscure sacrifices« , together with Jorge Manilla, at 3STATIONS,  Munich), an exhibition during SCHMUCK 2016 (« Trans-it » – 3STATIONS,  Munich), has been selected  for TALENTE 2016, Munich, he is presented at AUTOR 2016 (the International Contemporary Jewelry Fair in Bucarest, Romania) ……
This is not the « Route of Success », it’s an HIGHWAY !!!

 Jonathan Hens Page aimée · 1 mars · Modifié ·   X10IONS OF THE TRIBE #7 necklace 2015 pewter/ sutures/ leather/ rubber/ diamond dust ® Hanne Nieberding Jonathan Hens   ·   X10IONS OF THE TRIBE #7 necklace 2015 pewter/ sutures/ leather/ rubber/ diamond dust ® Hanne Nieberding

« After having researched different kinds of sub-and material-cultures, Jonathan Hens constructs with his own culture of tin while exploring the different qualities of the metal, making himself a master of his practice. By engraving, pouncing and printing, he develops a new dimension to the material. This results in graphic surfaces combined with archaic shapes and volumes. Hen’s pieces, beautiful as they are, are not indented as mere objects, but as points of recognition in a world of Tribal Ravers. They cross time and cultures. They are an ode to the pleasures of the now. »
– Jonas Belde, Fashion Designer, at Marzee graduation show 2012 Jonathan Hens (MA) - Belgium, Antwerp, Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten - #8, 2012, necklace, pewter, sutures - 430 x 260 x 99 mm - After having researched different kinds of sub-and material-cultures, Jonathan Hens constructs with his own culture of tin while exploring the different qualities of the metal, making himself a master of his practice. By engraving, pouncing and printing, he develops a new dimension to the material. This results in graphic surfaces combined with archaic shapes and volumes. Hen's pieces, beautiful as they are, are not indented as mere objects, but as points of recognition in a world of Tribal Ravers. They cross time and cultures. They are an ode to the pleasures of the now. - Jonas Belde, Fashion DesignerJonathan Hens (MA) – at Marzee graduation show 2012 - Belgium, Antwerp, Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten – #8, 2012, necklace, pewter, sutures – 430 x 260 x 99 mm –

Autor 2016.  Jonathan Hens. Alliages Choice.: Jonathan Hens works presented at Autor 2016  

« Jonathan Hens’ striking work speaks of recent developments in today’s world, which has seen a fusion between the banal and the subcultures and becomes a place where men and women have merged into androgynous beings.
His designs are the result of an intense search for an alternative identity. Rather than a classic example of beauty, the viewer gets to see Hens’ interpretation of it. He chose the material pewter to launch his fetishism line.
His dark look mirrors (or reflects) ‘the now’, a place where there is scope for experiment and self expression. His atypical aesthetic has no truck with traditional techniques. Jonathan Hens creates a visual game between austere forms and a rough edge finish. He heightens the geometry and black textures by using suture thread to bind the various elements.
His work raises many questions, such as what beauty means today and whether or not there is still a difference betweens the sexes.
Jonathan Hens’ work gives us greater insight into the diversity of our world. » / Jorge ManillaJonathan Hens -   THE CITY IS MY CHURCH - 2014 - #1 Necklace  -Pewter/ Sutures/ LatexTHE CITY IS MY CHURCH – 2014 – #1 Necklace  -Pewter/ Sutures/ Latex

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HUMAN 2.0 by Jonathan Hens 2016HUMAN 2.0 by Jonathan Hens
BEYOND FASHION 3m2 PROJECT ROOM  PRESENTS
HUMAN 2.0 BY JONATHAN HENS
Oct 13- Nov 10, 2016
24/24 window display
beyondfashion 3m2 project room
Pourbusstraat 7
2000 Antwerpen
www.beyondfashion.be
+32 472 420 683
Jonathan Hens - HUMAN 2.0 #6  necklace 2016 pewter/ sutures/ latexJonathan Hens - HUMAN 2.0 #6  necklace 2016 pewter/ sutures/ latex

Jonathan Hens – Human 2.0 #1, #4 and #5, necklaces made of pewter, suture and latex: Jonathan Hens – Human 2.0 #1, #4 and #5, necklaces made of pewter, suture and latex

Jonathan Hens – Human 2.0  Performance By Vincent van Reusel on the nocturnal opening night of our new project with work of Jonathan Hens!: Jonathan Hens – Human 2.0  Performance By Vincent van Reusel on the nocturnal opening night of our new project with work of Jonathan Hens

Jonathan Hens work is also featrured by the gallery’s permanend collection in there new gallery space: Galerie beyond, Sint Jorispoort 27, 2000 Antwerp
www.galeriebeyond.be

 

 

 

Education
2011-2012 Master Jewellery design & Silversmithing – Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp (Belgium)
2008-2011 Bachelor Jewellery design and Silversmithing -Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp (Belgium)
2007-2008 Bachelor Fashion design – Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp (Belgium)

 

 

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10/05/2016

COUP de COEUR ….. Anne Dinan’s world

Depuis le Melting Point 2016, mon vocabulaire en « coups de coeurs » s’est enrichi ! ;-)
« Flechazo » en espagnol, « love-at-first-sight » en anglais (ou …. « having a crush » ?) ….

Quant au monde d’Anne Dinan, j’ai d’abord craqué pour ses blancs …. pour finalement découvrir un monde de bleus, de verts, de formes organiques, de sculptures miniatures, de matières …..

« (My) inspiration is nature and industry combined. What have we done? »

Anne Dinan  - pendants-steel and enamel - 2016Anne Dinan  – pendants – steel and enamel – 2016 – 1st discover ….. & « love at 1st sight » !

Anne Dinan -  Vitreous enamel on steel - nov 2015 - from the "Birch serie" 2015: Anne Dinan -  Vitreous enamel on steel –   from the « Birch serie » 2015

Anne Dinan - Vitreous enamel on steel - jan 2016: Anne Dinan – Vitreous enamel on steel – jan 2016

Anne Dinan Vitreous enamel on steel jan 2016 : Anne Dinan – Vitreous enamel on steel  new works jan 2016

 2015 - Birch forest - Anne Dinan: Anne Dinan – 2015 – Birch forest 

MYTHS 2016 - TEST DRIVE --  Anne Dinan, No title, 2016. Pendant. Steel, vitreous enamel. Twelve unique pieces. "(My) inspiration is nature and industry combined. What have we done?"  Anne Dinan, No title, 2016. Pendant. Steel, vitreous enamel. Twelve unique pieces. « (My) inspiration is nature and industry combined. What have we done? »  (MYTHS 2016 – TEST DRIVE)

Anne Dinan Vitreous enamel on steel jan 2016: Anne Dinan Vitreous enamel on steel – jan 2016

Anne Dinan - vitreous enamel - 2016Anne Dinan – vitreous enamel – 2016

 Anne Dinan - Handmade (laser decals ) on vitreous enamel -mars  2016: Anne Dinan - Handmade (laser decals ) on vitreous enamel -mars  2016 

anne.dinan - vitreous enamel - 2014 - "Unknown Relatives" serie: Anne Dinan - vitreous enamel – 2014 – « Unknown Relatives » serie
« Unknown Relatives”  was based on a series of old portrait photographs found at a family farm in Michigan. Dinan created the 20-piece assemblage using kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper from digital waterslide transfers« 

Anne Dinan is a nationally recognized jewelry and visual artist who attended the School of Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston.
A resident of Exeter, N.H., Dinan has presented her unique and diverse pieces at a number of shows including Alchemy 3, the 2015 Enamelist Society touring exhibition at five New England galleries ; seasonal shows at the Button Factory in Portsmouth, N. H. and Pettengill Farm in Salisbury, Mass; and at
“Myths – Test Drive” in Germany at the 2016 Munich Jewellery Week show (SCHMUCK) .
Brooch a day 18 by Anne.Dinan, 2013 materials used are driftwood, powdered enamel, nylon weedwacker cord (found on the beach),glue.: Anne Dinan – Brooch a day 18 – 2013 – driftwood, powdered enamel, nylon weedwacker cord (found on the beach), glue
« Dinan earned second place in the wall piece category of the 15th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition for “Unknown Relatives,” which was based on a series of old portrait photographs found at a family farm in Michigan. Dinan created the 20-piece assemblage using kiln-fired vitreous enamel on copper from digital waterslide transfers. The pieces were mounted on wood from an old wheelbarrow.
“Unknown Relatives” also was featured in “The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes (third edition) by Dublin artist and photographer Christopher James. Dinan’s work will also be featured at galleries in Munich, Germany and Paris. She attended the Museum School of Art in Boston. » (The Enamelist Society’s 15th Biennial International Juried Exhibition and the 11th International Juried Student Enamel Exhibition at the League of NH Craftsmen, 49 S. Main St., Concord., jan 2016)
Anne Dinan -Sans titre -  jewelry - 2012: Anne Dinan -Sans titre -  jewelry – 2012

 

 

13/04/2016

Melting Point 2016 VALENCIA (Spain) – EXPO ‘SUR o no SUR’ & ‘ASTONISH’ – Centre del Carme, Valencia (SP) – 21-24 Avril 2016

 Sur o no sur y  Astonish se presentan en Melting Point

Melting Point Valencia 2016

SUR o NO SUR -  - Centre del Carme. Calle Museo, 2. Sur o no Sur. Joyería Argentina Contemporánea

Sur o no Sur es un proyecto iniciado por Eva Burton en la ciudad de Barcelona.
Nace de la necesidad de mostrar a nivel internacional la contribución de los argentinos a la disciplina de la Joyería Contemporánea.
Gracias al apoyo de la galerista argentina Mercedes Rodrigo, la exposición fue presentada por primera vez en Octubre 2014 en Galería Siesta durante Joya Barcelona.
Esta primera experiencia tuvo una repercusión muy positiva en el público y logró captar la atención en diferentes sitios de Europa. Así, Sur o no Sur ha sido exhibido por segunda vez en Marzo de 2015 en Galería Silvestre, Tarragona (España). En Mayo de 2015 ha formado parte del Silver Festival en Legnica (Polonia) no sólo en el cartel de exposiciones sino también dentro del marco del Simposio “Boundaries” (“Fronteras”) llevado a cabo durante el festival.
Hoy, luego de dos años de haberse iniciado el proyecto, Sur o no Sur hace una nueva estación de itinerancia con en la Tercera Edición del encuentro internacional de Joyería Contemporánea de Valencia: el Melting Point.

Participan de Sur o no sur Ana WeiszElisa GulminelliEva BurtonJorge Castañón Lucía Mishquila BrichtaGabriela CohnMaría Carelli –  Mercedes Castro CorbatPatricia Rodríguez Rodrigo AcostaSabina Tiemroth.

 Ana WeiszAna Weisz jorge castañon Jorge Castañon

Maria CarelliMaria Carelli

Sabina TiemrothSabina Tiemroth

Eva Burton Brooch: Ganesha Pop, 2014 Woods from piano , skate and furniture, wild boar teeth, antique paper, acrylic paint, resin 17 x 10 x 6.5 cm: Eva Burton  Brooch: Ganesha Pop, 2014  Woods from piano , skate and furniture, wild boar teeth, antique paper, acrylic paint, resin
17 x 10 x 6.5 cm

Lucia BrichtaLucia Brichta

Mercedes Castro CorbatMercedes Castro Corbat

 Astonish Valencia

“Astonish” es un grupo de jóvenes joyeros alumnos o graduados del Campus Idar Oberstein (Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas de Trier) en el Departamento de Joyería y Talla de Piedra.
Estudiar en Idar- Oberstein no significa sólamente encontrar un lenguaje propio en forma y materia, sino también lidiar con el término “piedra preciosa”. Ya sea que lo amemos, odiemos o abandonemos, nuestra intención con este proyecto en enseñar al mundo diferentes aproximaciones en relación a las piedras.
Luego de tres exposiciones en Alemania durante las ferias Inhorgenta, Internationale Handwerksmesse (Schmuck) en Munich e Intergem en Freiburg, tenemos nuevamente la oportunidad de compartir nuestro trabajo durante la tercera edición del Simposio de Joyería Contemporánea de Valencia conocido como “Melting Point”.

Participan de Astonish:  Dana SeachugaEva BurtonGabriela CohnHelen HabtayJulia ObermaierKatharina ReimannSaerom KongSharareh Aghaei –  Stephie Morawetz

 Eva Burton - Blue melodies through the windowEva Burton – Blue melodies through the window 2015 – Reclaimed woods from cello, chairs and chess, sodalite, crisopras, antique paper, silver, gold, acrylic paint 50 x 10 x 3

Gabriela Cohn - MethapGabriela Cohn – Methap 2016  Porcelain,  oxidize Silver, aluminum 19 x 6 x 41 cm

 Saerom Kong - "Black With Black"  Brooch - Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer - 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015 - Photo by Saerom Kong Saerom Kong - « Black With Black »  Brooch – Hanji (Traditional Korean paper), Rice, Ebony, Obsidian, Oxidize Silver, Lacquer – 100 x 70 x 50 mm – 2015  

 Sharareh Aghaei - Untitled 02   Sharareh Aghaei – Untitled 02 

ASTONISH - Stephanie Morawetz Brooch: I am precious! #3, 2015 Stephie-Stone, steel: Stephanie Morawetz Brooch: I am precious! #3, 2015 Stephie-Stone, steel

 

 

Centre del Carme
Calle Museo, 2.
46003 VALENCIA
Centralita: 963152024
Web: http://www.consorciomuseos.gva.es/

 

 

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02/03/2016

Un problème avec la COURONNE ?

Un problème avec la royauté ?
La couronne ressurgit sporadiquement, comme si, finalement, tout bijou ne tendait qu’à ce fantasme suprême : se poser une couronne sur la tête.
On ne l’ose que subrepticement, et encore, accompagnée d’une galette et d’une fève ….
Fantasme ultime du (bon) peuple : les « Têtes couronnées » ?

à SCHMUCK 2016, le groupe « Dialogue Collective » proposait « By Royal Appointment » :

Dialogue Collective -  By Royal Appointment, Munich 2016 Dialogue Collective -  By Royal Appointment, Munich 2016

Dialogue Collective- Natsuki Sawai day dreaming about Munich Jewellery Week !! Crown by Margot Sevadjian.Dialogue Collective- Natsuki Sawai day dreaming about Munich Jewellery Week !! Crown by Margot Sevadjian.

Rachel Terry- By Royal Appointment - 'Drama Queen" 2016 [couronne]: Rachel Terry- « By Royal Appointment »  – ‘Drama Queen » 2016

Aneta Wrobel - ROYAL APPOINTMENT The Dialogue Collective  - photo Yiota Vogli: Aneta Wrobel – ROYAL APPOINTMENT The Dialogue Collective 2016  – photo Yiota VogliMarie Pendaries 'Reine d'un jour, reine pour toujours' - couronne cuivre doré (EXPO Cagnes-sur-mer): Marie Pendaries ‘Reine d’un jour, reine pour toujours’ 2012 – couronne cuivre doré (EXPO Suzy Solidor – Cagnes-sur-mer)

Marie Pendaries - "l'enfant roi " - baby trousseau  copper & silver gilt, silver, pvc - 2012-2014 (Melting Point 2014 -  Circulo Bellas Artes ): Marie Pendaries – « l’enfant roi  » – baby trousseau  copper & silver gilt, silver, pvc – 2012-2014 (Melting Point 2014 -  Circulo Bellas Artes )

Galerie Objet Rare -" BIJOU JOUJOU", 9 JANVIER 2014 de 18h à 21h - Marie-José MORATO présente la collection de «  têtes couronnées » inspirées de couronnes historiques. »: Marie-José MORATO présente la collection de «têtes couronnées» inspirées de couronnes historiques.  (Galerie Objet Rare – exposition « BIJOU JOUJOU »,  janvier 2014)

I feel that tiaras are vastly underrated - everyone should own one. This is by the incomparable Tanel Veenre.   - seahorse, beetle, silver headdress #tanelveenre #estoniandesign  #tiara #headpiece [couronne]: « I feel that tiaras are vastly underrated – everyone should own one. This is by the incomparable Tanel Veenre. «   -  seahorse, beetle, silver headdress 

Tanel Veenre [couronne]: Tanel Veenre « in royalty »

ironie suprême avec la couronne « en carton » de David Bielander, carton reproduit en or ….

David Bielander, 2015 - Cardboard Crown,   necklace, gold 18k, edition 00 of 5,  7 x 8 x 1.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry."     David Bielander, 2015 – Cardboard Crown,   necklace, gold 18k, edition 00 of 5,  7 x 8 x 1.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry. » 

DIY, Installation, 2015.  We have all probably worn a cardboard crown at some point in our childhood, and we all probably have the desire to be bestowed with a crown of regality on occasion.  In the latest works by David Bielander this crown is accessible, camouflaged as the role-play headdress of the kindergartener within us.   "Our perceptions are based on our conceptions of what is familiar.  If a shift in the normal context of something occurs, it can trigger a shock to our understanding, forcing us to examine the object in a manner completely new to us.  Things don’t remain the things we perceive at first glimpse.  The Cardboard works materialize the ambiguity, the multifaceted nature of things.   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry."                                                David Bielander, 2015: David Bielander, 2015 – DIY, Installation, 2015.  We have all probably worn a cardboard crown at some point in our childhood, and we all probably have the desire to be bestowed with a crown of regality on occasion.  In the latest works by David Bielander this crown is accessible, camouflaged as the role-play headdress of the kindergartener within us.  
« Our perceptions are based on our conceptions of what is familiar.  If a shift in the normal context of something occurs, it can trigger a shock to our understanding, forcing us to examine the object in a manner completely new to us.  Things don’t remain the things we perceive at first glimpse.  The Cardboard works materialize the ambiguity, the multifaceted nature of things.   Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry. »   David Bielander

David Bielander, 2015 - Big Apple Neckpiece, 2015, necklace, silver, white gold, unique, 11 x 13.25 x 4.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel.             Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard. Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry."                      David Bielander, 2015 – Big Apple Neckpiece, 2015, necklace, silver, white gold, unique, 11 x 13.25 x 4.25 inches   photo: Dirk Eisel.        Cardboard becomes gold, gold becomes cardboard. Cardboard tiaras and crowns become precious jewelry. »                     

Nils Hint lui « rabaisse » la couronne aux activités du quotidien : manger

Crown by Nils Hint: Crown by Nils Hint    

Nils Hint  Crown: Extraordinary piece No.2  Forged iron: Nils Hint  Crown: Extraordinary piece No.2  Forged iron

Et si tout, finalement, ne se résumait qu’à une histoire de « trône » ?
vous savez … « Si haut que soit le trône, on n’est toujours assis que sur son cul. »

by Royal appointment - Dialogue collective - Victoria King (brooch ?) photo Yiota VogliVictoria King (brooch ?) – by Royal appointment – Dialogue collective 2016 -  photo Yiota Vogli

 

 

28/02/2016

AJF 2016 Award : and the WINNER is …..

Classé dans : AJF (Art Jewelry Forum) (US),Lynn BATCHELDER (US),Prix/Awards — bijoucontemporain @ 0:32

AJF ANNOUNCES FINALISTS FOR 2016 ARTIST AWARD

From the Five Finalists Shortlisted for International Prize
(Lynn Batchelder –  Carina Shoshtary — Seth Papac — Aric Verrastro — and Timothy Veske-McMahon)
Finalists were chosen from the largest group of Artist Award applicants to date–151 artists representing 35 countries–and judged on originality, depth of concept, continuity of design, and quality of craftsmanship. This year’s jurors were Philip Clarke of New Zealand, inaugural director of Objectspace; 2014 Artist Award winner Seulgi Kwon, from South Korea; and AJF board member and collector Susan Kempin, who is from the United States.
  The unrestricted cash prize of $7500, generously funded by Susan Beech and Karen and Michael Rotenberg, will be awarded to one of the five finalists. AJF would like to thank Sofia Björkman and PLATINA for providing a showcase for the winner and finalist during Schmuck and donating the gallery’s profits to AJF. 
AJF 2016 award
Batchelder was chosen from a record number of applicants—151 entries from 35 countries. She will receive a US$7500 cash award, and her work, along with that of the four finalists, will be exhibited by Platina Gallery at Schmuck international art jewelry fair in Munich, February 24 through March 1. Batchelder will also receive the benefits of being a supporter of AJF and serve as a juror for the 2017 Artist Award competition.
Batchelder’s studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. Industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand. Batchelder strives to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide.
Impressed by Batchelder’s work, Philip Clarke described it as “[a]ppearing almost mechanically made at a distant glance … the character of the human hand and frailty is evident. I found that the maker was able to explore a range of ideas within the quite formal framework that they had created.” Seulgi Kwon reflected on the pieces having “exceptional structural and sculptural beauty. They are designed to deliver strong feeling and a simple message through the natural color of metal itself.” Susan Kempin added, “I love the clean lines, the simplicity and yet the complexity of the pieces … to me there is only perfection here.”
Batchelder earned a master’s of fine arts in metal from State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, in 2013.
Lynn Batchelder, Sisters, 2014, necklace, steel, 457 x 102 x 25 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Sisters, 2014, necklace, steel, 457 x 102 x 25 mm, photo: artist
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist:
Lynn Batchelder  Tunnel, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 127 x 51 x 38 mm, photo: artist
MFA, Metal, State University of New York at New Paltz, New York, USA, 2013
« My studio practice relies on a drawing process where forms and ideas develop intuitively through the initial exploration of a line on paper. In these works industrial steel becomes transparent and delicate as cuts made with the jeweler’s saw reflect the quality of a line drawn by hand … I am constantly trying to capture small moments of contrast where control and imperfection collide. »
Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch, 5 x 2 x 2 inches, photo: artist - TALENTE 2016: Lynn Batchelder, Tunnel (on the body), 2015, brooch
Lynn Batchelder, Cover, 2014, necklace, steel, 356 x 152 x 25 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Cover, 2014, necklace, steel, 356 x 152 x 25 mm, photo: artist
Lynn Batchelder, Diverge, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 89 x 51 x 51 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Diverge, 2015, brooch, steel, silver, 89 x 51 x 51 mm, photo: artist
Lynn Batchelder, Path, 2015, necklace, steel, 254 x 254 x 25 mm, photo: artistLynn Batchelder, Path, 2015, necklace, steel, 254 x 254 x 25 mm, photo: artist

 

24/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘HATARA PROJECT, TIME PERCEPTION VOL.2’ – Galerie Vernon, Munich (DE) – 24-27 Fevr. 2016

HATARA PROJECT, TIME PERCEPTION VOL.2
Galerie Vernon
#28

Opening 24.02 19:00-22:00

instagram.com/hataraproject 

Christine Jalio  - Hatara Project.

Having debutet at the Schmuck München for the first time last spring, Annea Lounatvuori and Christine Jalio return to München this year, this time with more international backup from Helmi Lindblom (Finland), Melina Lindroos (Finland), Wiebke Pandikow (Germany/Finland) and Ginta Zabarovska (Latvia). The six jewelry artists will revisit Hatara Project’s theme of last year, Time Perception, with a wide array of pieces in different styles and materials.

HATARA Project

with :  Christine Jalio Helmi LindblomMelina LindroosAnnea LounatvuoriWiebke PandikowGinta Zabarovska

   Time Perception  HATARA project

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 PONY 'A4M6' ring with a screw thread, silver 925 and PONY bracelet, horse hair and various materials, Annea Lounatvuori 2015, picture Janne Lounatvuori - Annea Lounatvuori’s pieces are an extension of her work from last year. In Time Perception Vol.II she delves deeper into her passion of working with horse hair. Textures and surfaces determine her approach to the visual composition.: Annea Lounatvuori - PONY ‘A4M6′ ring with a screw thread, silver 925 and PONY bracelet, horse hair and various materials , Annea Lounatvuori 2015, picture Janne Lounatvuori –
Annea Lounatvuori is a jewellery designer currently living and working in Berlin and a 2015 Jewellery Design graduate from the Lahti University of Applied Sciences. In addition to running her brand PONY Jewelry for the past four years, she has worked together with institutions and organisations and sees her work as jewellery designer very widely. Her passion lies in visual arts and music. She likes to observe daily life but is also curious about escaping from it.
Annea Lounatvuori`s first solo exhibition in the gallery Vernon is a continuation of her work from the 2015 collaborative exhibition Time Perception. In Time Perception Vol.II she will be getting deeper and closer to her passion of working with horse hair through the means of contemporary jewellery. Textures and surfaces determine her approach to the visual composition.

 Annea Lounatvuori - rings with a screw thread, silver 925:  Annea Lounatvuori – rings with a screw thread, silver 925

 Christine Jalio - Past, Loss, Future 7', Christine Jalio 2015, brooch, Silk Clay and silver: Christine Jalio – Past, Loss, Future 7′, Christine Jalio 2015, brooch, Silk Clay and silver
Christine Jalio (1978) is extremely fascinated by the human psyche and the emotions and reactions that are part of it. She is intrigued by asceticism, old age and sensitivity. Her starting point is always an emotion to which she strives to find the correct combination of materials, shapes and colours. The “Loss” collection is a continuum of her earlier “Past, Loss, Future” collection which tells the story of aging and life before and after big turning points in life. In this new collection she has been concentrating on personal loss, sadness, and loneliness; on what an individual goes through emotionally when loosing someone loved. The main material she uses is still Silk Clay, but in addition she has been experimenting with other materials such as resin, acrylic and plaster this year.
Christine Jalio’s ‘Loss’ collection is a continuum of her earlier ‘Past, Loss, Future’collection which tells the story of aging and loneliness. In this collection she has especially been concentrating on personal loss, sadness, and the feeling of emptiness; on what an individual goes through emotionally when losing someone beloved. She is still using Silk Clay as her main material, but has also been experimenting with other materials in this project.

Hatara Project, Time Perception VOL.2 - Christine Jalio brooch 2016: Christine Jalio brooch 2016 ‘Loss’ collection

 Wiebke Pandikow - Necklace from the 'Tropaeolum'-series,  2015, recycled plastic bags and wood: Wiebke Pandikow – Necklace from the ‘Tropaeolum’-series,  2015, recycled plastic bags and wood
Wiebke Pandikow studied Jewelry Design in Lahti, Finland and now lives and works as a jewelry artist in Helsinki. She has been working with plastic bags since 2014. Without the ubiquitous plastic, our civilization could hardly have become what it is today, but at the same time it is an immense burden on the environment. Especially plastic bags are an obvious symbol for mindless consumerism and a throw-away society. This makes them so interesting for Wiebke to work with: to create from them textures and structures that recall forms of a natural world that we have set ourselves apart from. What was living organisms thousands of years ago, then became oil, then became plastic, now is returned into forms that resemble living plants once more. In our culture, plastics are commonplace, invaluable yet insignificant. For this artist, they bear the possibility of beauty.

Wiebke Pandikow - Necklacei 2015, recycled plastic bags and wood Wiebke Pandikow -  2015, recycled plastic bags and wood

Hatara Project, Time Perception VOL.2 #28 - 'Come', Helmi Lindblom 2015, brooches, mixed media, picture Ninni Vidgren: Helmi Lindblom   ‘Come’, 2015, brooches, mixed media, picture Ninni Vidgren
Helmi Lindblom is fascinated by the beauty of oddity.  
The jewelry series Come is made to mimic the object that awakens the child within us. Come is a series of brooches and necklaces that invites you to come and step closer maybe even touch. Series is inspired by a plant that consists of two cactuses crafted together by man.The combinations are made purely for aesthetic reasons regardless of the health of the plant. With this series Helmi recreates the feeling that the crafted cactus evokes in beholder: triggering a childlike curiosity and excitement based purely on the bizarre aesthetics of the plant.

Melina Lindroos  'Hiding Places',  2015, brooches, mixed media: Melina Lindroos  ‘Hiding Places’,  2015, brooches, mixed media
Melina Lindroos is a jewelry artist located in Helsinki. Themes that she feels especially drawn to are places, time and people’s inner lives. Melina is a listener and a searcher. Her approach could be seen as a life long journey, which lifts up bits of what she sees and what she wants to see, where she is coming from and where she is headed. « My series Hiding places lifts up the importance of shelter related to safety. These brooches are made through a slow meditative process in a comforting space. » says Melina.
The tender series of brooches invites the viewer to peek inside and hold them.

Melina Lindroos  'Hiding Places',  2015, brooches, mixed media  Melina Lindroos  ‘Hiding Places’,  2015, brooches

Ginta Zabarovska   'Home',  2014, necklace, silver plated brass, wood, plexiglas, aluminium: Ginta Zabarovska   ‘Home’,  2014, necklace, silver plated brass, wood, plexiglas, aluminium
Ginta Zabarovska (born 1989) graduated bachelor (2013) and master (2015) programs in the Art Academy of Latvia metal design department. While studying she actively participates in various exhibitions and competitions.
The artist draws her inspiration in traveling and by contacting with interesting personalities. As an important source of impact in the artist’s activities she considers studies at the Art Academy of Strasbourg in 2012/13. Due to the semester spent in France, the artist has found a growing interest in contemporary jewelry history and now continues her studies in the Art Academy of Latvia as a PhD student working on jewellery art history in Latvia during the post soviet period. While creating design for new jewelry pieces Ginta doesn’t spend long hours preparing sketches or technical drawings. Rather she prefers to work in the material; the idea gradually crystallizes in the working process. From a variety of experimental materials jewelry models are created searching for their compatibility with one another. The artist is bound by various types of graphic lines and delicacy in the plane so she fits these values in three dimensional pieces – they become jewelry.
Gintas jewelry theme for the exhibition Time Perception VOL.2 is home. As Ginta is repeatedly working in Strasbourg for a longer period she find’s the feelings of home and affiliation an inspiration for her work.

 

Galerie Vernon
Blütenstraße 1, Munich
Thu, Fri 11:00-19:00, Sat 12:00-17:00

 

 

 

 

23/02/2016

During SCHMUCK 2016 : EXPO ‘SPECIALS, HandShake Alumni exhibition’ – Einsäulensaal, Munich (DE) – 25-27 Fevr. 2016

SPECIALS, a HandShake Alumni exhibition
21 jewellery artists from New Zealand

#42

Celebration day (artists present) 25.02 14.00 – 16.00

SPECIALS, a HandShake Alumni exhibition #42

SPECIALS, a HandShake Alumni exhibition features twenty one jewellery artists from New Zealand showing at the Einsäulensaal in the Munich Residenz Palace from 25 – 27 February 2016.
Peter Deckers has curated a special selection of works and projects from the HANDSHAKE programme. This one-off exhibition showcases the best work from the 12 national and international exhibitions over the last 5 years.

The HANDSHAKE Project is an art development programme for progressive ideas, making, presentations, feedback and networking for contemporary New Zealand jewellers.
The project began in February 2011, with emerging jewellers matched in mentoring roles with their chosen idols from all across the globe. Each mentee’s development was not only supported by their mentor but also through a series of workshops, masterclasses and most importantly, exhibitions in prestigious galleries in NZ and beyond.
The HandShake project will begin its third iteration (HandShake3) following the SPECIALS Alumni exhibition. Selected jewellers have been chosen from the first two projects to develop new bodies of work for a fresh series of international exhibitions, with a focus on collaboration in its broadest sense. The purpose of this HS3 programme is to allow the former mentee to become an independent artist, steering their own developments. The mentor now becomes a colleague and in most cases also a fellow art collaborator.

Handshake 3 participants:  Amelia PascoeBecky Bliss — Debbie Adamson — Kelly McDonald — Nadene CarrSarah Walker-HoltRaewyn Walsh — Neke Moa — Renee Bevan — Sarah Read — Kathryn YeatsSharon Fitness

SPECIALS, HANDSHAKE PROJECT -  Alumni exhibition -  Kathryn Yeats, necklace 2015: Kathryn Yeats, necklace 2015

  Jhana Millers with mentor Suska Mackert, HandShake 1, Objectspace, Auckland (2013): Jhana Millers with mentor Suska Mackert, HandShake 1, Objectspace, Auckland (2013)

 Sarah Walker-Holt , necklace (2015):  Sarah Walker-Holt , necklace (2015)

HANDSHAKE alumni .... - - by Renee Bevan Premonition #1 2014Renee Bevan Premonition #1 2014

HANDSHAKE alumni - Sharon Fitness 2015: Sharon Fitness 2015

 

Einsäulensaal
Munich Residenz Palace
Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München
Germany

 

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