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17/08/2016

EXPO ‘Marzee Graduate Show 2016′ – Marzee Gallery, Nijmegen (NL) – 21 Aout-29 Oct. 2016

30th Marzee International Graduate Show 2016

Please join us on Sunday 21 August at 4pm for the opening of the 2016 Annual International Marzee Graduate Show at Galerie Marzee.

During the opening we will also be presenting the Marzee Graduate Prize to this year’s most promising graduates -

The exhibition will be on show until 29 October 2016.

The Marzee International Graduate Show 2016.

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Marzee Graduate Show 2016 - Wan Hee Cho jewel(Wan Hee Cho (KR) necklace) RISD (Rhode Island School of Design) in 2013)

Galerie Marzee  -30th Marzee International Graduate Show 2016 -  Wei Zhou, Hints / Untitled, 2016, necklace; silver, greenhide; CAFA, Beijing, China  Wei Zhou, Hints / Untitled, 2016, necklace; silver, greenhide; CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts), Beijing, China

30th Marzee International Graduate Show -  [Wei Zhou, Hints  CAFA, China]: Wei Zhou, Hints  CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts), China 

  Fan WANG, Sint Lucas Antwerpen - Marzee graduate show 2016  Fan WANGSint Lucas Antwerpen

Alžběta Dvořákova, The secret of space, 2016, brooch; leather, silver, brass; Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design (AAAD), Prague, Czech Republic - Marzee graduation show 2016Alžběta Dvořákova, The secret of space, 2016, brooch; leather, silver, brass – AAAD (Academy of Art, Architecture and Design), Prague, Czech Republic

Luci Jockel, Royal Mourning, 2014, brooch; squirrel skull, lichen, fungi, insect pins, steel; Rhode Island School of Design (RSID), Providence, US - Marzee .... 2016- Luci Jockel, Royal Mourning, 2014, brooch; squirrel skull, lichen, fungi, insect pins, steel – RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), Providence, US

Marzee ..... - Katie Kameen, Terrain, 2016, necklace; found objects, rubber tubing; Indiana University, Bloomington, US: Katie Kameen, Terrain, 2016, necklace; found objects, rubber tubing; Indiana University, Bloomington, US

Tain Jingwen, The winter Solstice, 2016, brooch; silver, oil painting, metal; CAFA, Beijing, China:  - Marzee ....  2016Tain Jingwen, The winter Solstice, 2016, brooch; silver, oil painting, metal; CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts), Beijing, China

Federica Sala, Controlled Freedom, 2015, necklace; glass, egirina; Alchimia, Florence, Italy: -  Marzee International Graduate Show 2016 -Federica Sala, Controlled Freedom, 2015, necklace; glass, egirina; Alchimia, Florence, Italy

Ronit Vishovski, Undivided, 2016, brooch; casted glass, wire; Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, USA - Marzee graduate show 2016Ronit Vishovski, Undivided, 2016, brooch; casted glass, wire; Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, USA

Lena Wunderlich, Whiteness is Blindness, 2016, brooch; brass, acrylic urethane - automotive paint, stainless steel (model: Kamal N.); Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, USA: - Marzee graduate show 2016 Lena Wunderlich, Whiteness is Blindness, 2016, brooch; brass, acrylic urethane – automotive paint, stainless steel (model: Kamal N.); RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), Providence, USA

Yenim Park, Horsehair Jewelry 4, 2016, brooch; horsehair, stainless steel; Kookmin University, Seoul, South-Korea - Marzee 2016.. - Yenim Park, Horsehair Jewelry 4, 2016, brooch; horsehair, stainless steel; Kookmin University, Seoul, South-Korea

Stephanie O'Leary, Fragments, 2016, necklace; steel, sterling silver, enamelled copper, wenge, neodymium magnets twine; Middlesex University, London, UK - Marzee .... - 2016Stephanie O’Leary, Fragments, 2016, necklace; steel, sterling silver, enamelled copper, wenge, neodymium magnets twine; Middlesex University, London, UK

  Nadja Soloviev - Akademie der Bildenden Künste NürnbergNadja Soloviev Akademie der Bildenden Künste  Nürnberg

Maya Shoshan - Shenkar - MARZEE 2016Maya ShoshanShenkar College of Engineering and Design

Pallavi Verma - jewelry with hair - Jewellery Design Royal Academy of Fine Arts AntwerpPallavi Verma – jewelry with hair – Jewellery Design Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp (Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten)

Mahvash Salim Raza (MFA 2016 Idar-Oberstein) • Necklace "My Perfect Universe" • Resin, gold, silver and ink on transparency • 2016 • ©photo by Muhammad Ashrafi - Marzee Graduate Show 2016Mahvash Salim Raza (MFA 2016 Idar-Oberstein Hochschule Trier) • Necklace « My Perfect Universe » • Resin, gold, silver and ink on transparency • 2016 • ©photo by Muhammad Ashrafi

[and from   Idar-OberSTEIN  : Yiftah Abraham (MFA 2016), Catalina Brenes (MFA 2016), Ferran Iglesias Baron (MFA 2016), Julia Obermaier (Julia Obm)(BFA 2016) and Mahvash Salim Raza (MFA 2016) are selected for the graduation show]

Marzee Graduate Show 2016: Catalina Brenes (MFA 2016 Idar-Oberstein) • Brooch "22 Uhr" • Carrara white marble, silver, steel and resin with natural pigments • ©photo by Qi Wang   Catalina Brenes (MFA 2016 (Idar-Oberstein Hochschule Trier)) • Brooch « 22 Uhr » • Carrara white marble, silver, steel and resin with natural pigments • ©photo by Qi Wang 

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 (Idar-Oberstein Hochschule Trier)

Ferràn Iglesias (MFA stud. Idar-Oberstein) • Brooch "Life in Happiness" • Silver, steel and pigment • 2016 • ©photo by Elena GorbunovaFerran Iglesias Baron (MFA stud. Idar-Oberstein Hochschule Trier) • Brooch « Life in Happiness » • Silver, steel and pigment • 2016 • ©photo by Elena Gorbunova

and, from France – Strasbourg – Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR)  are selected Solene Dejean  and Camille Ancelin – Honneur aux françaises ! :-)

 Solène Dejean  Ring: PIECES SERIE n°2, 2016  Brass, silver, plexiglass  5 x 8 x 5 cm: Solène Dejean  Ring: PIECES SERIE n°2, 2016  Brass, silver, plexiglass  5 x 8 x 5 cm (Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR))

Camille Ancelin (Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR) Camille Ancelin (Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR)

 

Participating academies and universities:
Australia – MelbourneRMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
Belgium – AntwerpenSint Lucas Antwerpen
Belgium – AntwerpenKoninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten
Belgium- HasseltMAD-Faculty
China – BeijingCAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts)
China – BeijingBIFT (Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology)
Czech Republic – PilsenLadislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art (University of West Bohemia)
Czech Republic – PragueAAAD (Academy of Art, Architecture and Design)
Estonia- TallinnEKA (Eesti Kunstiakadeemia)
Finland – LappeenrantaSaimaa University of Applied Sciences
France – LimogesENSA Limoges
France – Strasbourg – Haute école des arts du Rhin (HEAR)
Germany – DüsseldorfHochschule Düsseldorf
Germany – HalleBurg Giebichenstein – Kunsthochschule Halle
Germany – HildesheimHAWK Hildesheim (Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaft und Kunst)
Germany – Idar-ObersteinHochschule Trier
Germany – MunichAkademie der Bildenden Künste
Germany – PforzheimFachhochschule Pforzheim
Germany – NuremburgAkademie der Bildenden Künste
Israel – JerusalemBezalel Academy of Arts & Design
Israel – Ramat-GanShenkar College of Engineering and Design
Italy – FlorenceAlchimia, Scuola di Gioielleria
Japan – TokyoHiko Mizuno College of Jewelry
South Korea – SeoulKookmin University
Netherlands – MaastrichtMaastricht Academy of Fine Arts and Design
Netherlands – AmsterdamGerrit Rietveld Academie
New Zealand – AucklandManukau Institute of Technology
New Zealand – PoriruaWhitireia Community Polytechnic
Spain – BarcelonaEscola Massana
Sweden – GöteborgHDK (Högskolan för design och konsthantverk)
Sweden – StockholmKonstfack, University of Arts Craft and Design
Switzerland – GenèveHEAD (Haute ecole d’art et de design)
United Kingdom – BirminghamBirmingham City University, School of Jewellery
United Kingdom – EdinburghEdinburgh College of Art
United Kingdom – LondonMiddlesex University
United Kingdom – LondonCentral Saint Martins
United Kingdom – LondonRoyal College of Art
USA – Bloomfield HillsCranbrook Academy of Art
USA – BloomingtonIndiana University
USA – New PaltzState University of New York at New Paltz
USA – ProvidenceRISD (Rhode Island School of Design)
USA – San DiegoSan Diego State University
 

Lage Markt 3 / Waalkade 4
6511 VK Nijmegen, Netherlands
tel +31 24 322 9670
mail@marzee.nl

 

26/03/2016

Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – Torre Fornello (IT) – 8-22 Mai 2016

Gioielli in Fermento 2016 Premio Torre Fornello 6a edizione

Contemporary jewellery international competition

* AWARDS : Premio Torre Fornello 2016 – The awarded Artists – 8 Maggio/May 2016

* EXHIBITION : Premio Torre Fornello 2016 – The exhibition opening8/22 Maggio/May 2016
Workshop Seminar
9/10 Maggio/May 2016 (informazioni in arrivo coming soon)

Gioielli in Fermento 2016(Viktoria Munzker “Mother Earth, Madre Terra” for Gioielli in Fermento 2016)

 

Il tema del Premio 2016  / The theme of competition  Freedom & Constraint | Libertà e vincolo

Selected artists for the Torre Fornello Award – Gioielli in Fermento VI edition: 

Susanna Baldacci,I                Il re del mondo (spilla,brooch)
Alessandro Bean,I                 Regina libera (anello,ring)
Isabelle Busnel,UK               No grit, no pearl (spilla,brooch)
Alina Carp,RO                         Untamed, indomito (spilla,brooch)
Sébastien Carré,F                  Even if we have to loose blood(spilla)
Hsieh Chung-Lung,TW        The complexity of light (spilla)
Lluís Comín,ES                      The whisper of the storm (spilla)
Clara Del Papa,I                    Free-bound (glove ring)
Anna Fornari,I                     Vola (pendente, pendant)
Steffi Götze,D                        Raum, spazio (spilla,brooch)
Akis Goumas.GR                  Cedars secret (spilla,brooch)
Georgia Gremouti,GR        Divenire (spilla,brooch)
Nicola Heidemann,D          Plate tectonics (collana,neckpiece)
Mara Irsara,UK                    Chicchi e spicchi (collana,neckpiece)
Marilena Karagkiozi,GR    Alien grape (anello,ring)
Iro Kaskani,CY                      Rook #16 (spilla,brooch)
Sunyoung Kim,SK               Theme and variation (spilla,brooch)
Saerom Kong,SK                 Butterfly (spilla,brooch)
Miriam M. Korolkovas,BR    Bonded to nature (collier,neckpiece)
Mia Kwon,SK                       Gold on lace #1 (collana,neckpiece)
Christiana Lazopoulou,GR   Spiral (spilla,brooch)
Heng Lee,TW                      Delonix regia (spilla,brooch)
Ria Lins,B                            Just a drop (spilla,brooch)
Chiara Lucato,I                  Confini liberi (spilla,brooch)
José Marin,ES                    Colors elements and time…(bracciale)
Matsuura Mineri,J           Between (spilla,brooch)
Viktoria Münzker,A         Mother Earth (collana,neckpiece)
Rosa Nogués Freixas,ES   In vino veritas (spilla,brooch)
Esther Ortiz-Villajos,ES   Vine&shine (spilla,brooch)
Liana Pattihis,UK               Emilia (collana,neckpiece)
Mabel Pena,AG                  Terroir (bracciale,bracelet)
Paola Pérez,CO                  In vino veritas (spilla,brooch)
Poppy Porter,UK              We can work it out (spilla,brooch)
Stefano Rossi,I                  Fuori dalla gabbia (spilla,brooch)
Stenia Scarselli,I              Onda luminosa (spilla,brooch)
Sergio&Stefano Spivach,I   Regole (anello,ring)
Claudia Steiner,A             Within limits (spilla,brooch)
Eva Tesarik,A                    Palazzo (collana,neckpiece)
Kalliope Theodoropoulou,GR  Metamorphosis or … (spilla,brooch)
Luca Tripaldi,I                   La volpe e l’uva (anello,ring)
Lin Tsang-Hsuan,TW       Heterogeneity (spilla,brooch)
Barbara Uderzo,I              Incredible “wine” (anello,blob ring)
Andrea Vaggione,F          Take care (anello,ring)
Caterina Zanca,I               Prospettive (spilla,brooch)

Gioielli in Fermento 2016(Liana Pattihis “Emilia” for Gioielli in Fermento 2016)

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CONCORSO 2016 Students section (DEADLINE 31 marzo 2016)
*Alchimia Jewellery School Firenze IT (Awarded student: Daria Olejniczak)
*Campus Idar Oberstein – Hochschule Trier Univ. School for Applied Arts – Germany
*EASD València – Departament de Joieria
*Fabrika12 – València Spain
*IED Roma IT
*ITS Cosmo Progettazione e ricerca orafa Vicenza IT (menzione speciale AGC per il progetto di Chiara Riccò)
*Liceo Artistico P.Selvatico – Padova IT (menzione speciale di partecipazione)
*Llotja – Escola Superior de Disseny i d’Art – Catalunya
*Mingdao University – Taiwan
*Tarì Design School – Caserta IT (menzione speciale di partecipazione)
*The Glasgow School of Art – UK
*Shenkar Jewelry Design Department – Israel
*Universidad del Desarrollo, Magister de Arte – Chile
*e una rappresentanza del Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology – China (menzione speciale AGC a Felicia Li)

AND :
Una svolta importante quest’anno risiede nell’iniziativa di arricchire la mostra con la presenza di celebri artisti ospiti. In arrivo da prestigiose collezioni e grazie alla disponibilità di Charon Kransen Arts e Klimt02 Gallery, i visitatori hanno l’opportunità di scoprire dieci opere hors-concours invitate a formare il quadro ideale del dialogo tra i contenuti del concorso: in mostra i lavori di Efharis Alepedis, Sofia Björkman, Liv Blåvarp, Maria Rosa Franzin, Gésine Hackenberg, Gigi Mariani, George Plionis, Niki Stylianou, Fumiki Taguchi, Jasmin Winter.
gioielli in Fermento 2016 - Epharis Alepedis (Guest artist) courtesy of Charon Kransen Arts: Epharis Alepedis neckpiece (Guest artist) courtesy of Charon Kransen

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premi da assegnare / AWARDS :
– individual participation to JOYA 2016 (Arts Santa Monica Joya artists showroom )
– individual artist profiles published on Klimt02.net for one year
– agc membership with profile published on agc website (for Students Section winner)
– special mentions by Joya, Klimt, Agc

 

LIANA PATTIHIS  Emilia. Απο τη συλλογή Chained Interpretations Καρφίτσα Ασημένια αλυσίδα, σμάλτο, stainless steel --------------------------------------------------- Emilia. Chained Interpretations series Βrooch Silver ball chain, silver trace chain, enamel, stainless steel: LIANA PATTIHIS  « Emilia ».   Chained Interpretations series Βrooch Silver ball chain, silver trace chain, enamel, stainless steel
Premio Torre Fornello Gioielli in Fermento 2016

  Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale JOYA: Georgia Gremouti “Becoming” spilla, brooch: Georgia Gremouti “Becoming” spilla, brooch – fabric(s)
Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale JOYASébastien Carré - "Even If We Have To Loose Blood" - Brooch - 2016 Japanase Lacquer, Japanese Paper, Garnet, Serpentine, Chrysoprase, Tiger Eyes, beads, silk  "Même s'il faut perdre du sang" - Broche - 2016 Laque Japonaise, papier Japonais, grenat, serpentine, chrysoprase, oeil de tigre, perles rocaille, soie  for Gioielli in Fermento 2016 - https://gioiellinfermento.com Torre Fornello: http://www.torrefornello.it  photos: Milo Lee Photography: Sébastien Carré - « Even If We Have To Loose Blood » – Brooch – 2016 Japanase Lacquer, Japanese Paper, Garnet, Serpentine, Chrysoprase, Tiger Eyes, beads, silk / « Même s’il faut perdre du sang » – Broche – 2016 Laque Japonaise, papier Japonais, grenat, serpentine, chrysoprase, oeil de tigre, perles rocaille, soie   – photos: Milo Lee Photography 

Lluís Comín   brooch "Remor de tormenta" Gioielli in Fermento 2016  Brooch "The whisper of the storm": Lluís Comín   brooch « Remor de tormenta » -2016  Brooch « The whisper of the storm »

SteffiGötze - Brooch " Raum" Gioielli in Fermento 2016, Italy: SteffiGötze – Brooch  » Raum » for Gioielli in Fermento 2016

Premio Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale KLIMT02 :  Saerom Kong “Butterfly”, spilla, brooch: Saerom Kong “Butterfly”, spilla, brooch
Premio Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale KLIMT02

Premio Torre Fornello Gioielli in Fermento 2016 Artista Emergente: Sunyoung Kim “Theme and Variation” spilla, brooch: Sunyoung Kim “Theme and Variation” spilla, brooch
Premio Torre Fornello Gioielli in Fermento 2016 Artista Emergente

Viktoria Münzker Ferus Necklace: Mother Earth, 2016 Mangrove wood, old plastic beads, silver, smokey quarz, glass granules   Part of: Gioielli in Fermento 2016 - Premio Torre Fornello VI edition: Viktoria Münzker Ferus Necklace: Mother Earth, 2016 Mangrove wood, old plastic beads, silver, smokey quarz, glass granules 

Premio Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale KLIMT02 : Susanna Baldacci “Il re del mondo”, spilla, brooch: Susanna Baldacci “Il re del mondo”, spilla, brooch
Premio Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale KLIMT02

 Stenia Scarselli Brooch: Lightwave Onda luminosa, 2016 Bronze, silver soldering, fishing line, electrical circuit, LEDs, battery, magnet Photo by: Rudy Pessina  Stenia Scarselli Brooch: Lightwave Onda luminosa, 2016 Bronze, silver soldering, fishing line, electrical circuit, LEDs, battery, magnet Photo by: Rudy Pessina

 Jasmin Winter Neckpiece: Two in one, 2016 Silver, enamel, resin, thread Part of: Gioielli in Fermento 2016 - Premio Torre Fornello VI edition Guest artist Gioielli in Fermento 2016, courtesy of C.Kransen Arts: Jasmin Winter Neckpiece: Two in one, 2016 Silver, enamel, resin, thread Part of: Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – Premio Torre Fornello VI edition Guest artist Gioielli in Fermento 2016, courtesy of C.Kransen Arts

Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale AGC : Marilena Karagkiozi “Alilen grape” anello, ring: Marilena Karagkiozi “Alilen grape” anello, ring
Gioielli in Fermento 2016 – menzione speciale AGC

gioielli in Fermento 2016 - Eva Tesarik -   "palazzo" neckpiece: Eva Tesarik -   collier from the serie « Palazzo »

 

 

COMUNE DI PIACENZA
Gioielli in Fermento ®
gioiellinfermento@gmail.com
T.+39 3358083039
www.gioiellinfermento.com
www.torrefornello.it Ziano Pc Italy
curaduría Eliana Negroni
www.gioeillinfermento.com

http://www.agc-it.org/eventi/

 

con la collaborazione di | in collaboration with
AGC – Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo
JOYA Contemporary Jewellery Fair Barcelona
Klimt02 Art Jewellery Online
Torre Fornello  www.torrefornello.it

 

 

 

 

31/01/2016

EXPO ‘New Territories’ – Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, Athens (GR) – 3 Fevr.–15 Mai 2016

at Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum.

50 GREEK STUDIO JEWELERS UNVEIL THEIR RECENT WORK DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED IN GREECE

We are pleased to introduce the new temporary exhibition: « New Territories » . The exhibition will be launched on 3rd February at the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum and will show case the recent work of 50 Greek studio jewelry artists currently working in Greece

opening on 3rd February. 19h-22h

New Territories - Athens

The new exhibition at the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, “New territories”, brings together 50 established and emerging Greek studio jewelry artists presenting unique works show cased for the first time.
Handcrafted in the workshops of the artists, these jewelry objects are the antithesis of commercial high end, fine or jewelry of mass production. These works display a progression from traditional Greek metalsmithing to the use of new techniques and types, straying from the two-dimensional form and materials of the traditional object. They are marked by their direct and close connection to socio-political developments, the world of fashion and international trends in studio jewelry. The exhibition aims to showcase the talent as well as to highlight them as part of a vibrant current in contemporary visual art.
The exhibition illustrates the designers’ boundless imagination as well as the dynamism of a new “industry” associated to international studio jewelry production. New trends in crafts have grown to reply to global competition reflecting current events. Still, history and cultural traditions are very much embedded in the Greek artists’ agenda and the artists have been inspired from ancient Greek mythological heroes to Byzantine religious art and Greek regional costumes from the 17th and 18th centuries. However, evoking a moment in time is just what the artists attempt to show in this exhibition. It is here were we meet some troubled citizens influenced by the current economic unrest exploring a visual representation of catastrophe and then hope. Others seek a more romantic side of contemporary making and address environmental issues, using driftwood and dried flowers. Many of the artists have become involved in teaching classes to mentor the young ones in their own secrets. These experienced artists share with us works that are conceptual but of the highest technical craftsmanship. In the hands of the craftsmen we find that wearable jewelry can become free standing objects and vice versa, leaving the viewer to experience and imagine form and function in three dimensions.
Bridging geographical barriers we find that many of the participants have participated in shows in European countries mainly Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands.  Their participation in art fairs and major jewelry shows has brought them experience with current trends and a new know how. But there is still some way until a higher recognition from museum curators and private collectors. After 22 years of presenting innovative temporary exhibitions with decorative arts and promoting studio jewelry in Greece, the ILJM once again attempts to take the initiative to showcase the work of contemporary artists active in Greece and abroad.  For this we have enriched our winter program with lectures by distinguished international guests from museums and galleries, art historians and collectors who will meet with the artists and give lectures to the public. Also in the next few months artists will organize events to better demonstrate their work to experts and the public through lectures, workshops, performances and highlight the educational role of the exhibition.

 [CultureNow]: Νέα Εδάφη: Νέα περιοδική έκθεση στο Μουσείο Κοσμήματος Ηλία Λαλαούνη

Artists :  MARIA APOSTOLOPOULOU • CHRISTINA ATHANASOULA MANTZAVINOS • SOFIA BACHLAVA • SARINA BEZA • ERATO BOUCOYANNI • CORINNA COUTOUZI • DIMITRIS DASSIOS  • STELLA DELIGIANNI • ISMINI DOUZENI • ACHILLEUS GEORGIADIS • AFRODITI GOULA • AKIS GOUMASGEORGIA GREMOUTIMARIA GRIGORIOU DORA HARALAMBAKI • IOSIF IOSIFIDIS • MARIA KALAOGLOU • ANASTASIA KANDARAKI • KONSTANTINA KARAGEORGI • NIKOS KARAKOSTAS • HARA KARAMICHALI • VOULA KARAMPATZAKI • STAVROULA KAZIALE • APOSTOLOS KLEITSIOTIS • VALLY KONTIDIS  • MARIA KOUTMANI • MARIA MARGONI • MARIA MASTORI • MARY ZOI MOUSTAKOUDES • DIMITRIS NIKOLAIDIS  • POLYTIMI NIKOLOPOULOU • DESPINA PANTAZOPOULOU • SOFIA PAPALEXIOU • KATERINA PIMENIDU • EVANGELOS POLYZOS • GEORGIOS POLYZOS • ASPASIA POLYZOU • MARIA PSARIANOU • KATERINA PSOMA • ANGELIKI ROCANAS • ANDRONIKOS SAGIANNOS • IOANNIS SIOTIS • CHRISTINA SOUBLI • VASILEIOS STAMOULIS • SOFIA ZARARI • GESTHIMANI ZOULOVITS

 Akis Goumas - 2013 - Peri-Apta - necklace "porfyra" - silver, textile, gold leaf, pigments - with textile fragments by sculptor Georgia Gremouti. : Akis Goumas - 2013 – Peri-Apta – necklace « porfyra » – silver, textile, gold leaf, pigments – with textile work by sculptor Georgia Gremouti

 

 

 

Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry MuseumKallisperi 12
Athens – Greece
+30 21 0922 1044

 

 

27/10/2015

EXPO ‘ART 7-2015 – DOMINIQUE LABORDERY’ – Galerie Annick Zufferey, Carouge (CH) – 29 Oct.-28 Nov. 2015

Galerie Annick Zufferey

DOMINIQUE LABORDERY,

Exposition du 29 Octobre au 28 novembre 2015.

Vernissage dans le cadre d’Art7, jeudi 29 octobre de 17h à 21h  en présence de l’artiste.

Dominique LABORDERY - winter journey necklaceDominique LABORDERY – winter journey necklace

Il n’y a qu’un pas entre la sculpture et le bijou, et mon travail se situe le long de cette subtile frontière. Fondamentalement, je crée des bijoux ; toutefois, mes pièces sont autonomes, des sculptures portables, des objets uniques, animés d’une vie propre. Ainsi s’établit une relation individuelle entre l’objet et son porteur, comme la rencontre de deux âmes sœurs en quelque sorte.

 Dominique LABORDERY - almost black necklaceDominique LABORDERY – almost black necklace

Dominique LABORDERY - "my virtual me"Dominique LABORDERY – « my virtual me »

 

« L’intuition est au cœur de mon travail ; c’est mon outil le plus important. En général, les choses émergent lorsque vous n’y pensez pas. Cela induit une atmosphère qui permette de ne pas tout expliquer. Ceci est primordial, car ainsi mes objets peuvent être nimbés d’une touche de mystère. S’ils invitent à la réflexion et à la discussion, ils sont tout autant une source spontanée de plaisir.
Je crois que le ressort de la beauté repose sur la force de l’âme et la personnalité. Mon travail séduit les gens qui sont attirés par sa profondeur et ses qualités matérielles, et qui en apprécient la gravité. Ceci peut expliquer que mon travail soit apprécié autant par les hommes que par les femmes.
Mon travail prend du temps. Il ne peut être créé quand il veut l’être. J’ai sans doute appris cela de mon grand-père, qui était un artiste. Une fois qu’il avait terminé une peinture, mon père et lui s’y plongeaient pendant des heures, réfléchissant longuement pour, parfois, n’ajouter qu’un petit coup de pinceau à la fin. Ce suprême moment de concentration est extrêmement important dans mon travail.
Quant à la forme, mes pièces sont géométriques et lisibles, cependant leur surface n’est pas lisse – elle est pleine de vie. Ils sont le résultat d’un savoir-faire parfaitement maîtrisé d’une part, et de mon attirance pour l’imperfection de l’autre. Tout se joue sur la tension qui est créée par ces contrastes. »  Dominique Labordery

Dominique LABORDERY - water site necklaceDominique LABORDERY – water site necklace

Galerie Annick Zufferey
place des Charmettes 1
1227 Carouge/ Genève
 +41 (0) 22 343 03 05
annick@galerie-annickzufferey.com
www.galerie-annickzufferey.com
www.art7-carouge.com
www.chpjewelry.com

28/07/2015

EXPOs – ‘DIALOGUES AGC/JJDA’ – YAMANASHI Jewelry Museum, Kofu (JP) – 19-28 Sept. 2015

DIALOGHI tra AGC e JJDA Associazione gioiello contemporaneo Giapponese (Japan Jewellery Designers Association)

Kofu Prefectural Museum of Art (YAMANASI Jewelry Museum (Kofu, JP) at Main Residence Shiinoki , Ishikawa Prefecture,  19–28 September 2015

DIALOGHI-DIALOGUES – Italy/Japan

"Dialoghi Italy-Japan" Exhibition  /  03 -11 Jul 2015 Institute of Italian Culture in Tokyo -

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EXPOs / EXHIBITIONS :
The exhibition will take place in:
* Istituto di Cultura di Tokyo / Tokyo Institute for Italian Culture
3–11 luglio 2015 / 3-11 July 2015
* Kofu Prefectural Museum of Art (YAMANASI Jewelry Museum (Kofu, JP) at Main Residence Shiinoki , Ishikawa Prefecture,  19–28 September 2015
* Museo di Arte Orientale, Roma, Italy, October 2015
*Museo di Storia naturale del Mediterraneo, Livorno, Italy, June 2016
*Museo del Bijou di Casalmaggiore, Italy 2016
*Fondazione Cominelli, Cisano di San Felice/B Salò, Italy, September 2016
* Museo Oratorio di S. Rocco, Padova, Italy, October 2016

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Japanese selected authors :
Chisa TAKAGI — Eiko NAKAHARA  — Emiko SHIGETA  — Eriko UNNOErina KASHIHARA  — Fumiki TAGUCHI Fumie HIRAKAWA  — Fumie SUMA  — Harumi TAKANAKA  – Itto MISHIMA — Kimiko IINO  — Keiko KOBARIKeiko TSUBOI  — Koichi HIRAKO  — Makiko YUKI  –  Makoto HIEDA  — Mariko KOBAYAKAWA — Mario SUGA — Masako SAWAMOTO — Mayumi YASUGI — Michie KITADA — Mineri MATSUURA — Nagi NAKAJIMA — Nahoko FUJIMOTO  — Nobuko NISHIWAKI — Nobuko WASHIMI  — Noriko HATANAKA — Norihiro KIUCHI  — Satomi ITO  –  Setsuko TANEZAWA  — Sumiko YAMAZAKI  — Takako KOMIYA  — Takashi KOJIMA — Taeko NARUMI — Tomoaki KIYOTA  — Yayoi OSHIMA  — Yoko SATO  — Yoshiko UCHIDA  — Yumi SHIRAO — Yutaka NAGAI

Italian selected authors (AGC members):
Francesca ANTONELLO — Adrean BLOOMARDRoberta BERNABEIPatrizia BONATI – Anna Maria CARDILLO — Luisa CHIANDOTTO — Corrado DE MEOClara DEL PAPAElisabetta DUPRE’Flavia FENAROLIAnna FORNARIRita MARCANGELOMaria Rosa FRANZINNicoletta FRIGERIOLucilla GIOVANNINETTI Angelo LOMUSCIO – Chiara LUCATO — Gigi MARIANISimona MATERI — Marco MINELLI — Paola MIRAI — NALJ Jewels — Eliana NEGRONI — Margareta NIEL — Tania PALAZZI — Liana PATTIHIS — Alessandra PASINI — Roberta PAVONE — Marco PICCIALI — Alba POLENGHI LISCA — Daniela REPETTO –  Stefano ROSSIChiara SCARPITTISergio SPIVACHStefano SPIVACHClaudia STEINERYoko TAKIRAISilvia VALENTIBarbara UDERZOGabi VEITCaterina ZANCA

 dialoghi Italy-Japan - - Maria Rosa FRANZIN-Due .... -- Keiko Kobari 'Light & Shadow'Maria Rosa Franzin (bottom) – « Due » brooch — Keiko Kobari (top) ‘Light & Shadow’ brooch

 dialoghi Italy-Japan -  KOMIYA TakakoーLaputa, Castle in the Sky - NICOLETTA FRIGERIO -Our precious land-Compared territories Takako  KOMIYA (top) ーLaputa, Castle in the Sky – Nicoletta FRIGERIO (bottom) – Our precious land-Compared territories

dialoghi ....  Rita Marcangelo 'Dotty' brooches - Mario SUGA 'Out of Fontana'Rita Marcangelo ‘(bottom) Dotty’ brooches – Mario SUGA (top) ‘Out of Fontana’

 
dialoghi .... Liana Pattihis brooch -- Taeko Narumi - 'curve' pendant
                    Liana Pattihis brooch (from Makie, a Japanese lacquer work) — Taeko Narumi – ‘curve’ pendant
 dialoghi Italy-Japan - . LIANA PATTIHIS -   Brooch (from Makie, a Japanese lacquer work)                                                    Liana PATTIHIS -   Brooch (from Makie, a Japanese lacquer work)
dialoghi Italy-Japan - KIYOTA TomoakiーLantern - ELISABETTA DUPRE’ ー Shoji. look through                Tomoaki KIYOTA  « Lantern » brooch (top) – Elisabetta DUPRE’  »Shoji. look through » brooch (bottom)
dialoghi Italy-Japan -  KIYOTA Tomoakiー "Lantern"  Brooch / silver, bamboo, wood, washi, butteryTomoaki KIYOTAー  »Lantern »  Brooch / silver, bamboo, wood, washi, buttery
dialoghi Italy-Japan - Flavia Fenaroli 'Prima Materia' - Takashi KOJIMA 'Trinity'                                          Flavia Fenaroli ‘Prima Materia’ brooch (bottom) – Takashi KOJIMA ‘Trinity’ (top)
 
dialoghi Italy-Japan - Stefano ROSSI  (top) brooch "torii" - argento, rame e mokume gane  &  HIRAKAWA Fumie (bottom) "Proportion", brooch (from Leonardo da Vinci, Vitruvian Man)
Stefano ROSSI  (top) brooch « torii » – argento, rame e mokume gane  &  Fumie HIRAKAWA  (bottom) « Proportion », brooch (from Leonardo da Vinci, Vitruvian Man)
dialoghi Italy-Japan - SERGIO SPIVACH - STEFANO SPIVACH E FUJIMOTO NAHOKOSergio & Stefano SPIVACH (top) Mt. Fuji, opal object -  Nahoko FUJIMOTO  (bottom) Brooch: Acanthus, 2015 silver paper, magnet – (Acanthus, brooch from Fountain basin, Roma I sec. ac.)
dialoghi Italy-Japan - Yoko Takirai (IT-JP)  &  MISHIMA ITTOYoko Takirai (IT-JP) (top) « Kin », pins (from Kintsugi, Repairing technique for broken pottery with lacquer
& gold) -   Itto MISHIMA  Colosseo, brooch (from a view of Colosseo, Roma) (bottom right)

dialoghi  Italy-Japan -- UNNO Eriko-Perfection and Imperfection //  Patrizia BONATI - Perfezione-imperfezione Eriko UNNO (top) – « Perfection and Imperfection » //  Patrizia BONATI (bottom) – Perfezione-imperfezione

Dialogui Italy-Japan - Fumie SUMA (Bracelet: Harmony of Space and Form, 2015 silver, vinyl, gold 18K ) and Gigi Mariani (brooch) "Differences" (from Kumamoto castle, stone walls)Fumie SUMA (Bracelet: Harmony of Space and Form, 2015 silver, vinyl, gold 18K ) –  Gigi Mariani (brooch) « Differences » (from Kumamoto castle, stone walls)

dialoghi Marco Minelli - Harumi TakanakaHarumi Takanaka (To the other side, bracelet – right)   &   Marco Minelli Yellow Game ring

dialoghi .... Claudia Steiner - Mineri MatsuuraClaudia Steiner ‘Connected’ necklace (left) – Mineri Matsuura brooch (wood, rubber)(right)

dialoghi .... Angelo Lomuscio ring 'Samukawa Shrine' - Emiko Shigeta 'Toward the future' broochAngelo Lomuscio ring ‘Samukawa Shrine’ (bottom) – Emiko Shigeta (top) ‘Toward the future’ brooch

 dialoghi Italy-Japan - SILVIA VALENTI // YAMAZAKI SUMIKOSilvia VALENTI  (top) Water and Seigaiha. I am imperfect. brooch (from Katsushika Hokusai, The great wave at Kanagawa) // Sumiko YAMAZAKI  (bottom) Ruined Earth, ring (from Arnaldo Pomodoro, Group of spheres on Ticino shores)

 dialoghi Italy-Japan -  KITADA MichieーStairs and Grid --  CLARA DEL PAPA ー LazosMichie KITADA « Stairs and Grid » (top) –  Clara del PAPA  (bottom) « Lazos /Hug », 2015 silver 925, pickled, solded gold leaf, red enameldialoghi Italy-Japan -  Keiko Tsuboi (left) - Eliana Negroni (right) - Keiko Tsuboi Poetry in the winter, necklace 2015  Eliana Negroni Aluminium garden Overhelming distance, necklace/brooch 2015Keiko Tsuboi (left)  Poetry in the winter, necklace 2015  – Eliana Negroni (right)  Aluminium garden Overhelming distance, necklace/brooch 2015

dialoghi Italy-Japan - Barbara Uderzo  &  YASUGI MAYUMIBarbara Uderzo  (left) ring – &  Mayumi YASUGI (right) brooch

dialoghi Italy-Japan -  Mayumi YASUGI   broochMayumi YASUGI   brooch

 
Yamanashi Jewelry Museum
1-6-1 Marunouchi, Kofu-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031, Japan
E-mail:jewelry-museum@pref.yamanashi.lg.jp
 From Tokyo (Shinjuku – Ryuo/Kofu)
Shinjuku Station -> about 2hours 10min. -> Kofu Station

 

29/03/2015

EXPO ‘Illume’ – Shibumi Gallery, Berkeley (CA) (USA) – 28 Mars-10 Mai 2015

Shibumi Gallery :   Illume

Jane D’Arensbourg – Glass Jewelry / Lighting
+  Amy Ruppel – Monoprints / Paintings

Opening / Artist Reception:  Saturday March 28,  5-8pm

 Illume - Jane D'Arensbourg - Glass Jewelry

 

Shibumi Gallery is pleased to announce, Illume, a joint show with jeweler / sculptor Jane D’Arensbourg and printmaker Amy Ruppel.
Illume is an investigation into cast light, shadows and the creations of patterns and forms.

Jane D’Arensbourg uses glass as a vehicle to capture light, energy and a sense of fragility with her work.  She views her jewelry and lighting as functional art.
« There is a time in the day in my studio when the sun pours in and everything comes to life as sunlight slowly travels around my studio, casting beams of light through all of the glass sculptures, jewelry, lighting, and experiments. Light vibrates through the skeletal facets, corners and open planes. The shadows cast on surfaces is this energy broken up into patterns which can be used as a vehicle for meditation by the viewer. »
D’Arensbourg studied glass art at California College of Arts and Crafts as well as the Pilchuck School of Glass.  After working more sculpturally, she began making jewelry in 2001.
She currently lives and works in New York City.

 Jane D'Arensbourg - glass prism necklaceJane D’Arensbourg - glass prism necklace

Jane D'Arensbourg - Glass Rectangle Chain Necklace. Fall/Winter 2015Jane D’Arensbourg – Glass Rectangle Chain Necklace. Fall/Winter 2015

Borosilicate glass necklaces by Jane D'Arensbourg, sterling silver clasp.Borosilicate glass necklaces by Jane D’Arensbourg

 

Shibumi Gallery 
1402 Fifth Street
Berkeley
CA . 94710 – USA
t. 510.528.7736
HOURS: Saturday 12-6pm & Sunday 12-5pm + by appointment during the week

 

04/02/2015

Myung Urso : black & white delight

Classé dans : COUP DE COEUR,Korea (KR),Myung URSO (S.KR),papier / paper — bijoucontemporain @ 18:30

Myung Urso

New series of work from 2014, where Myung Urso explores a working process open to momentary happenings and cultivates objects from the moment creation.

« It is always intriguing to see how my personal imagination and inspiration embody to become an actual object. The working process is more open towards momentary happenings rather than manipulated by preset intention, which brings unexpected value. I rather explore, experience and cultivate the moment.
I often observe how different elements play out in their own way, helping to define the destiny of each work. Pursuing the textures of abundant materials is my primal interest in making jewelry. Adopting different fibers with other solid material reveals unique surfaces, characteristics, shapes, colors and textures. This is the most fascinating part of my work. »

Myung Urso  - brooches RED 2014Myung Urso  -  Brooches: Red, 2014 – Cotton cord, acrylic paint, sterling silver, lacquer

NEXT EVENTS :
26-Feb-2015 – 01-Mar-2015 ‘Bijoux 2015’, Norton Museum, FL
04-Feb-2015 – 24-Feb-2015 ‘The Outer Limits’, Facere Gallery, Seattle, WA
23-Apr-2015 – 26-Apr-2015 Smithsonian Craft Show, Washington, DC
07-Jun-2015 – 25-Oct-2015 ‘CODA Paper Art 2015’, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Myung Urso Necklace: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 19 x 11 x 5.5 cmMyung Urso Necklace: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 19 x 11 x 5.5 cm

Myung Urso Brooch: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 10 x 11 x 6 cmMyung Urso Brooch: Arpegio, 2014 Jangpanji (Korean floor paper), gesso, steel wire 10

Myung Urso Brooch: White Water, 2013 Used ramie, wood, thread, gesso, sterling silver 11.5 x 10 x 0.5 cmMyung Urso -  Brooch: White Water, 2013 -  Used ramie, wood, thread, gesso, sterling silver – 11.5x10x 0.5cm

Myung Urso Brooch: In the Cloud, 2013 Silk, thread, found object, sterling silver 19 x 24 x 11.5 cm -Myung Urso Brooch: In the Cloud, 2013 Silk, thread, found object, sterling silver 19 x 24 x 11.5 cm

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Winter Breath, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 15 x 61 x 7 cm On modelMyung Urso Necklace: Winter Breath, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 15 x 61 x 7 cm On model

Myung Urso Neckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013 Hanji, Asian ink, freshwater pearl, thread, sterling silver, lacquer, linen 13.5 x 40 x 5 cmMyung Urso Neckpiece: Voice of Another, 2013 Hanji, Asian ink, freshwater pearl, thread, sterling silver, lacquer, linen 13.5x40x5 cm

 Myung Urso Neckpiece: Winter Dawn, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 8 x 29 x 5 cmMyung Urso Neckpiece: Winter Dawn, 2013 Cotton, gesso, sterling silver 8 x 29 x 5 cm

 

25/03/2014

EXPO ‘Frühling’ – Galerie Rosemarie Jäger, Hochheim (DE) – 23 Mars- 13 Avril 2014

Beate Klockmann and Philip Sajet: Couples in Jewelry—Frühling

Galerie Rosemarie Jäger, Hochheim, Germany

Coming Sunday morning, welcome.
Beate Klockmann & Philip Sajet
Rosemarie Jäger had been noticing how many couples there are in the jewelry world, and suddenly one day, she realized that it was a great idea for a series of shows. This one, with Beate Klockmann and Philip Sajet, is the first, and appropriately it is called Frühling or “Spring” and is the beginning of the series. It is fascinating that there are so many couples working together or at least living together. It will be fun to interview some of them and understand better how that works. I am very curious.
 
Philip Sajet, Ring, 2013 A la recherche du joyau perdu 12, 2013, ring, rock crystal, gold, silver, enamel,Philip Sajet, A la recherche du joyau perdu 12, 2013, ring, rock crystal, gold, silver, enamel, 50 x 23 x 12 mm, photo: Beate Klockmann
 
Susan Cummins: Please tell the story of where you were born and raised and how you became interested in making jewelry
 Beate Klockmann: I was born in the GDR (German Democratic Republic) and raised up in a little town in Thuringia in Ilmenau. Johann Sebastian Bach lived in this area, and I like that because I feel connected to his music, but I have no musical talent at all. My father and my mother both worked in the porcelain industry, and I got my drawing talent from my grandmother. She was a workaholic, making cloth the whole day long with a lot of creative ambitions, but she did not have a lot of possibilities during the war. I decided to make jewelry spontaneously after seeing a slideshow that was shown to introduce different departments of the Burg Gibichenstein, Hochschule für Kunst and Design, Halle, Germany. I remember I was touched by a photo of a classically made little precious box with blue enamel and golden animal inlays. I hadn’t looked at jewelry before.
 
Philip Sajet: I was born in Amsterdam and raised by a French mother of Russian descent and a Polish-American (step) father. We travelled to Djakarta, Indonesia, where I saw a lot of Chinese antiques—so beautiful, so magnificent. I love tradition. I think that 96-percent of what I do is based on accumulated knowledge. Well actually, I am being very presumptuous here. I should have written 98.7 percent.
I was very fascinated by these small objects with colors and colored stones and enamels. Their (heavy) weight felt so powerful. I think I fell love with these objects several times—When I saw the jewels in the palace of the shah when I was 13 (1966), and then when I saw Egyptian jewelry. But the time that made me decide to also do it was when I saw the jewelry of Giampaolo Babetto and Francesco Pavan. That was in 1977 in Gallery Nouvelles Images. I remember the first question I asked my teacher Karel (Niehorster): “How do they get that intense yellow color?” “Well, by using gold” he answered. But it was so expensive—8 Dutch guilders a gram (2.5 US dollars)!Beate Klockmann, Brooch, 2013
 Beate Klockmann, Butterfly, 2013, brooch, 110 x 80 x 20 mm, photo: artist
How did you meet?
 Beate Klockmann: In 2001, I was a student in Halle Burg Gibichenstein and busy with my last pieces for my final exam. Philip was supposed to teach, but because of certain circumstances, his students had to finish another project and didn’t appear the first days of the workshop. So Philip focused on the only person available, and that was me. He was sitting next to me and was solving problems for me that I didn’t have days before. And I liked to solve these new problems with him
Philip Sajet: Now, here the accounts may differ. I was in Halle in 2001 in March. I was doing a workshop in Burg Gibiegenstein. The class I was guiding was the year before last. There was a girl (young woman, of course) who was preparing her final year’s work. She threw the red-hot metal in the pickle. That made a sizzling sound. I explained that the silver or gold doesn’t like getting a shock like that, and coincidentally, neither did I. My request to refrain was met with a somewhat diminished fire/fluid encounter. It wasn’t red hot anymore but still warm enough to make a sound. Funny enough, a week ago Beate did the same thing again, 12 years later. I discovered that Beate’s horoscope was a fire in water and a water-in-fire dominated constellation. I don’t know what that means, but I thought that it was remarkable. Beate also made a piece called Fire on the water, and I made a ring for her with rubies and aquamarines. 
 In the beginning, I had the impression that wherever I was standing Beate stood in front of me. I made an appointment with Rudolf (Kocea) in a bar, and all over sudden, Beate was sitting between us. I actually suspected that Beate threw that hot metal in the pickle to attract my attention. But she has never given me a definite confirmation of this suspicion.
 I know that her account of our meeting was that wherever she was sitting, I happened to stand behind or next to her. So, what this proves is that history should always be taken with a certain measure of suspicion.

Philip Sajet, AmberGluering, 2014, ring, amber, glue, 39 x 26.5 x 10 mm, photo: Beate KlockmannPhilip Sajet, AmberGluering, 2014, ring, amber, glue, 39 x 26.5 x 10 mm, photo: Beate Klockmann

 
Where do you live? Are your studios near each other? Do they look the same?

 Beate Klockmann: Since 2012, we have lived in a little village next to Hanau in Frankfurt. We are both strangers here. We work in the same studio. Our studio is always changing. There is a continuing discussion about how it should be organized.
 Philip Sajet: In Bruchköbel, near Hanau, where Beate teaches in the Hanau Zeichen Akademie. But, a few months a year I live in a house we own in Latour de France, a winemakers village where we lived for many months in the past. Funnily enough, the wine of that region can actually be bought cheaper in supermarkets near Munich. We have made the living room of our house in Germany into a studio.
 Beate KlockmannBeate Klockmann, The green house ring, 2013, ring, 35 x 20 x 20 mm, photo: artist
Do you use the same equipment?
 Beate Klockmann:  In general, we use the same equipment. There are only a couple of instruments that are personal.
 Philip Sajet: We share the big tools, and we use our own smaller pliers and files.
Philip SajetPhilip Sajet, JadeGluering, 2014, ring, jade, glue, 40 x 27 x 12.5 mm, photo: Beate Klockmann
 
Do you interact during your studio time?

 Beate Klockmann: Our days are not really divided into studio time and relaxing time. The studio is the center of our house. So, everybody is doing things there, such as listening to music or reading books. We discuss things there as we paint, often with our daughter. Philip also has apprentices, and he makes music there, too. The studio is also the place where the birds are living. So, there is a lot of interaction. If all goes well, it creates a good atmosphere for making jewelry along with other things.
Philip Sajet: Our hours differ. I am a daytime worker, and Beate likes the nights. In a way, we work shifts. We do interact, of course, but usually it is small talk. We do ask each other for advice, but more often than not, it is not followed. But, a major thing we give each other is courage. When one of us wants to make a piece, we spend a lot of materials and time in making it very particular, which turns out to be very expensive as well. So, there is an inclination not to do it, but we say to each other, “you really must make that piece.” That is very nice.
 
Give us a description of how your workday goes.
 Beate Klockmann: Because I am a teacher at the Zeichen Akademie in Hanau, I have only one to two days a week to work in the studio on my own work. I like to work together with Philip, and sometimes with an apprentice, but the daytime can be very chaotic because of our daughter Jura. That’s why I like to work during the nighttime so much. I have the illusion that I have endless time to work, and I can be alone with my work for a while. 
 Philip Sajet: I have the luxury of getting a late start. I wake up at 8:30am, have coffee in bed, then shower and do administrative chores. At around 12:00, I might finally start working. Then, two hours later, I make lunch. Right now, the daily meal is brown rice in the Japanese rice cooker, peeled aubergine, tomatoes, sesame paste, seaweed, eggs, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pepper, thyme, garlic in the peel (en chemise, as it is called in French), and at the end, I add oil olive and sea salt. It’s so easy. Just throw these ingredients in, close the lid, and half-an-hour later, it’s done. I try to get a full six hours of work. My best hours are my last one-and-one-half. If I get that a minimum of five days a week, I can reach my aim of an average of one piece a week.
Philip SajetPhilip Sajet, Portuguese_split, 2013, ring, replica of the diamond “Portuguese,” rock crystal, gold, silver, enamel, 37 x 33.5 x 12 mm, photo: Beate Klockmann
 
What questions do you ask yourself when preparing to make a piece?
Beate Klockmann: I look at my messy table and ask, or better, I try to feel which piece motivates me to work on it, and then I simply start to work on it. In general, I am just happy if I am working, so I try not to think about it too much before I start.
 Philip Sajet: Is it technically feasible? Is it pretty or ugly? (Not that one or the other might decide an outcome.) How high are the investment costs? Will it fall well on the body? Does it have a meaning? Is there a necessity?
 
You both seem interested in unusual materials and stones. How do you decide, for example, to use the sole of a shoe in a necklace? 
Beate Klockmann: Once in a while, I like to take bigger risks in my experiments, also in choosing materials—such as glass, textile, enamel, paper—but after a while, I always go back to working with gold.
 Philip Sajet: In my case, in my mind’s eye, I put everything I see in a circle. So, the inside curves of the soles placed that way make an almost perfect, big new circle. Then, the next thought is, “Oh this is really too awkward, and nobody will ever wear that!” There is also a reference to the Paul Simon song (I recently discovered that we have the same initials) Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes. Well, diamonds would have been a lot of investment, so I went with rubies, and it was a more affordable one. Also, the color went well, the red with brown.
Do you think you influence each other, and if so, how?
 Beate Klockmann: Sure, we influence each other. The good thing is that I always have a highly critical public in the house. So, I feel well trained in handling the different reactions when I exhibit my work. On the other hand, Philip gives me special compliments if I have a bad day. In general, we both try to support the other in whatever strange thing we are doing. If we didn’t, then everything would become boring.
 Philip Sajet: Yes, definitely. We maintain a high level of quality, and we judge how major a piece is and whether it is boring or not. We aren’t shy about saying what we think to one another.
 
What have you seen, read, or heard lately that has excited you?
 Beate Klockmann: I read a little book called Montauk by Max Frisch. I liked it because it was full of wisdom and very nicely written. But really, to be honest, the highlights I get at the moment are the intelligent expressions of our daughter. At six-years-old, her drawings, conversations, and so many essential things are on the table, and with such a surprising clearness, that I enjoy it a lot. 
 Philip Sajet: Lion Feuchtwanger’s The Oppermann’s is deeply disturbing and dramatically describes the destruction of a family in an intolerant totalitarian regime. But there are so many magnificent books. American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis is also a magnanimously written novel about a very ugly person.
The music I listen to a lot lately is from Nils Frahm, and always Bach, of course.
I know it’s very fashionable, but I love (almost) all the movies from the Coen brothers.
My absolute favorite is No Country for Old Men, and my absolute favorite scene is where Anton Chigurh (Xavier Bardem) confronts the gas station man by flipping “his” traveling quarter.
 

Beate KlockmannBeate Klockmann, Squashed 1, 2013, necklace, 400 x 150 x 2 mm, photo: artist

 

Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

Wintergasse 13
65239 Hochheim
Germany
T +49 (0) 6146 2203
F +49 (0) 6146 601068
galerie@rosemarie–jaeger.de

28/02/2014

EXPO ‘Beyond textile – 21 jewelers from Argentina’ – Galerie help u zelven, Winterswijk (NL) – 27 Avril-24 Aout 2014

Beyond textile – 21 jewelers from Argentina

Curator: Luis Acosta

Beyond Textile - 21 jewelers from Argentina - 27-04/24-08 2014

This exhibition gathers a series of pieces produced by twenty-one Argentine designers.

It consist of a variety of works that, even if they have contemporary textile jewelry genre as a strong reference, they often transcend it and play with its borders and limits using their own individual expressive resources.

Thus, we can see how shapes, textures and colors are expressed in a variety of materials and techniques in which also arises the peculiar relation notions on the human body as a carrier, in some cases, since there are pieces that step aside from this requirement of traditional jewelry´s typical function: be worn by someone.

 

April 27 – Aug. 23, 2014

Galerie help u zelven
Wilhelminastraat 9 – 7101 CM
Winterswijk, The Netherlands

0031 0543 53178

 

May 3 – June 7, 2014

Galerie Cebra
Andreasstr. 25 – 40213 
Düsseldorf, Germany

0039 21132321

Luis Acosta  collar de hilo de papel (nr.1 reverso) - paper thread necklace (nr 1 back), serie "Quipus" Julio/July 2012
Luis Acosta  collar de hilo de papel (nr.1 reverso) – paper thread necklace (nr 1 back), serie « Quipus » Julio/July 2012
Alejandra Koreck  Paz - Thoreau / 2013  Brazalete / Papel / Rafia sintética / Técnica mixta / Construcción por calor / Impresión de papel / 15 x 10 x 8 cm  Paz - Thoreau / 2013  Bracelet / Paper / Synthetic raffia / Mixed technique / Heat construction / Printing paper / 15 x 10 x 8 cm
Alejandra Koreck Paz -  Thoreau / 2013  Bracelet / Paper / Synthetic raffia / Mixed technique / Heat construction / Printing paper / 15 x 10 x 8 cm
 Mabel Pena  Ciclos 1. Naturaleza, transformación / 2012  Collar / Plata / Alpaca / Papel / Cera perdida / Construcción / 25 x 34 x 4 cm   Cycles 1. Nature, transformation / 2012  Necklace / Silver / Alpaca / Paper / Lost Wax / Construction / 25 x 35 x 4 cm    Photo by Damián Wasser
Mabel Pena  « Ciclos 1. Naturaleza, transformación » 2012  Necklace / Silver / Alpaca / Paper / Lost Wax / Construction / 25 x 35 x 4 cm    Photo by Damián Wasser
Ana Arlia - Collar y brazalete Mandala / 2012 - - Mandala necklace and bracelet /2012 Transformable jewel / Tyvek / Swen / Necklace from diam. 9 cm / Bracelet from diam. 6 cm -   EXPO "BEYOND TEXTILE - 21 jewelers from Argentina" -Ana Arlia – Collar y brazalete Mandala   2012 -Joya transformable  – Tyvek – Cosido a mano – Collar desde diam. 9 cm – Brazalete desde diam. 6 cm  // Mandala necklace and bracelet -2012 Transformable jewel – Tyvek
 Barbara Paz - Angel 2012 - bombyx Mori silkworm cocoons - manually crochet wooven, tinted Barbara Paz – Angel 2012 – bombyx Mori silkworm cocoons – manually crochet wooven, tinted
Ansiosa Hormona / Jessica Morillo - necklace 6 - coll. Unisex portable sculptures Freedom 2012 - varied textures wool - reused textiles - crochetAnsiosa Hormona / Jessica Morillo – necklace 6 – coll. Unisex portable sculptures Freedom 2012 – varied textures wool – reused textiles – crochet
María Solorzano  Viejos los cerros / 2012 Broche / Alpaca / Algodón / Tejido / Construcción / Oxidación / 7.5 x 4.5cm The hills are old / 2012 Brooch / Alpaca / Cotton / Construction / Oxidized / Sewn / 7.5 x 4.5cm  Photo by Damián Wasser -   EXPO "BEYOND TEXTILE - 21 jewelers from Argentina" -María Solorzano  Viejos los cerros / 2012 Broche / Alpaca / Algodón / Tejido / Construcción / Oxidación / 7.5 x 4.5cm The hills are old / 2012 Brooch / Alpaca / Cotton / Construction / Oxidized / Sewn / 7.5 x 4.5cm  Photo by Damián Wasser
Lilia Breyter - "des sarments suvages" 2013 - necklace -  copper wire, weaved in manual loom, gold plated, slver plated, oxidized  Lilia Breyter – « des sarments suvages » 2013 – necklace -  copper wire, weaved in manual loom, gold plated, slver plated, oxidized
Maria Boggiano-Jewelry designer-Argentina -  "vertebrado corto - cuero 2012 - leather, magnet claspMaria Boggiano -  « vertebrado corto – cuero 2012 – leather, magnet clasp
Sabina Tiemroth Ciudades invisibles III / 2013 Collar / Textil de descarte / Alpaca / Costura / Construcción / Coiling / Oxidación / 37 x 15 x 1cm.   Invisible cities III / 2013 Necklace / Fabric recycled / Alpaca / Sewing / Coiling / Oxidation / 37 x 15 x 1cm.Sabina Tiemroth Ciudades invisibles III / 2013 Collar / Textil de descarte / Alpaca / Costura / Construcción / Coiling / Oxidación / 37 x 15 x 1cm.   Invisible cities III / 2013 Necklace / Fabric recycled / Alpaca / Sewing / Coiling / Oxidation / 37 x 15 x 1cm.

 

 

PHOTOS

18/02/2014

SCHMUCK 2014 – PROGRAMME – Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014

Classé dans : Allemagne (DE),Exposition/Exhibition,Salon,SCHMUCK / MJW (DE),www Klimt02 — bijoucontemporain @ 1:56

Schmuck 2014

SCHMUCK 14 – THE CATALOGUE here !


* Events related to Jewellery during the International Trade Fair *

* Messegelände München I Halle B1
Sonderschauen der 66. Internationalen Handwerksmesse München
Schmuck 2014, Talente 2014, Exempla 2014 – Partnerschaften, Meister der Moderne 2014, Frame mit Galerie Marzee, Platina, Ra, Chrome Yellow Books

* Galerie Handwerk
« WUNDERRUMA – Schmuck aus Neuseeland » (Jewelry from New-Zealand)
Max-Joseph-Straße 4, 80333 München –
Vernissage 6.3., 18.30 Uhr, 7.3.-19.4., Di, Mi, Fr 10-18, Do 10-20, Sa 10-13 Uhr, 14.3., 11 Uhr
WUNDERRUMA Katalogpräsentation von Karl Fritsch und Warwick Freeman,
Sonderöffnung 16.3., 10-14 Uhr,
www.hwk-muenchen.de/galerie
www.facebook.de/galerie.handwerk
Tel. +49 89 5119296

cf  EXPO ‘WUNDERRUMA’ – Galerie Handwerk, Munich (DE) – 7 Mars-17 Avril 2014

Peter Madden - wunderruma

 

* Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich
Barer Straße 40 – Pinakothek der Moderne – 80333 München –
Vernissage 14.3., 19 Uhr I Wiedereröffnung der Danner-Rotunde, Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20Uhr, STARING: The State University of New York at New Paltz Vernissage 14.3., 19 Uhr, Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 Uhr, Talk 16.3., 11 Uhr : Pravu Mazumdar: Understanding Surfaces. On Jewellery and Identity.
Pinakothek der Moderne. www.die-neue-sammlung.de
Tel. +49 89 2727250, +49 89 23805360

cf EXPO ‘Staring : in HINDSIGHT’ – Die Neue Sammlung (Danner-Rotunde), Munich (DE) – 14-20 Mars 2014

DIE NEUE SAMMLUNG

* Talk in Nürnberg 13.3.,14.30 Uhr, Die Neue Sammlung/Neues Museum für Kunst und Design in Nürnberg,
« A Jewel show by Gabi Dziuba, Ausstellungsgespräch »
Klarissenplatz – 90402 Nürnberg –
www.nmn.de
Tel. +49 89 2727250
6.2.-4.5., Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 Uhr,

* Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Galerie für Angewandte Kunst
« Peter Bauhuis Hallimasch« , Vernissage 27.2., 18.30 Uhr, « Mushrooming“ am 14.3., 17-18 Uhr und 16.3.,14-15 Uhr
Pacellistraße 6-8 – 80333 München –
www.kunsthandwerk-bkv.de
28.2.-5.4., Mo-Sa 10-18 Uhr

cf EXPO ‘Peter Bauhuis – Hallimasch’ – Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Munich (DE) – 28 Fevr.– 5 Avril 2014

Peter Bauhuis Hallimasch http://www.kunsthandwerk-bkv.de/galerie.html  Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Galerie für Angewandte Kunst "Peter Bauhuis Hallimasch", Vernissage 27.2., 18.30 Uhr, "Mushrooming“ am 14.3., 17-18 Uhr und 16.3.,14-15 Uhr Pacellistraße 6-8 80333 München www.kunsthandwerkbkv.de 28.2.-5.4., Mo-Sa 10-18 Uhr

* Artothek/Bildersaal  « Demiurg« , David Bielander Françoise van den Bosch Award exhibition,
Rosental 16 – 80331 München –
Vernissage, 14.2., 18 Uhr, 14.2.-22.3., Mi 14-18, Do 14-19.30, 14.3.,
14 Uhr introduction by Jorunn Veiteberg, Fr 14-18, Sa 9-13, So 16.3., 14-18 Uhr

cf EXPO ‘Demiurg’ – Artothek & Bildersaal, Munich (DE) – 15 Fevr.- 22 Mars 2014

"David Bielander: Demiurge" -  MMKA (Arnhem, Netherlands) 20-Sep-2013 - 05-Jan-2014  website: www.mmkarnhem.nl mail: info@mmkarnhem.nl DURING SCHMUCK : Artothek/Bildersaal "Demiurg", David Bielander Françoise van den Bosch Award exhibition, Rosental 16 80331 München Vernissage, 14.2., 18 Uhr, 14.2.-22.3., Mi 14-18, Do 14-19.30, 14.3., 14 Uhr introduction by Jorunn Veiteberg, Fr 14-18, Sa 9-13, So 16.3., 14-18 Uhr

* Akademie der Bildenden Künste München – « The Home of Jewellery, Munich-London-Tokyo » Vernissage, 12.3., 18.30-21 Uhr,
Nicole Beck, Martin Papcun, Despo Sophocleous, Evelie Mouila, David Roux-Fouillet, Silvia Weidenbach, Saika Matsuda, Hiroaki Nagata, Rei Yamada,
Altbau, Historische Aula, Akademiestraße 2 – 80799 München –
12.-16.3., Do, Fr, So 12-19.00, Sa 12-15.30 Uhr

cf EXPO ‘The Home of Jewellery, Munich-London-Tokyo’ – Akademie der Bildenden Künst, Munich (DE) – 12-16 Mars 2014

'The Home of Jewellery - Munich – London – Tokyo

'  Akademie der Bildenden Künste München  (Académie des Baeux Arts de Munich)  - http://www.adbk.de/EventsNews/events/events.php?we_objectID=2045

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>> Samstag, 8. März 2014 / Saturday 8 March

11 Uhr Galerie Biro, « Endangered Pink“, Robert Baines
Zieblandstraße 2 – 80799 München –
7.3.-26.4., Di-Fr 14-18 Uhr, Sa 11-14 Uhr, 12.-18.3.,11-19 Uhr
und außerhalb der Stadt

"Endangered Pink" Robert Baines - Galerie BIRO - http://www.galerie-biro.de/  Babetto Gianpaolo, Baines Robert, Beck Mahrokh, Bielander David, Borst Kathrin, Cecchi Monica, Fleck Stephanie, Fritsch Karl, Gut Andi, Kruger Daniel, Rothmann Gerd, Zanella Annamaria, Zimmermann Petra Zieblandstr. 19 13.-16.03.2014

17 Uhr Galerie Anna Pirk, Zwiefacher, Kerstin BeckerChristine Graf
Seestraße 24 – 83700 Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee –
www.anna-pirk.de
Tel. +49 8022 1884222
11.3.-22.3., Di-Sa 11-19 Uhr, So 16.3., 14-18 Uhr und nach Absprache

Zwiefacher - schmuck 2014

 

>> Dienstag, 11. März 2014 / Tuesday 11 March

24h window display, Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich, « Initial-BfG« - introducing a new online shop by Volker Atrops
Vernissage, 15.2., 18 Uhr, 16.2.-18.3
Zieblandstraße 2 – 80799 München –
www.bund-fuer-gestaltung.de

13 Uhr Atelier Shari Pierce, « Car Crashes and Butterflies« , Mia Maljojoki & Shari Pierce,
Morawitzkystraße 1 – 80803 München –
11.-16.3., Di-Fr 13-19, Sa 10-13 Uhr

car crashes & butterflies

19 Uhr Ventil, « Heidi Saul Schmuck »
Steinstraße 17, 81667 München
www.ventil-schmuck.de
+49 89 481340
12.-19.3., Di-Fr 11-19, Sa, So, Mo 11-16 Uhr

19 Uhr Kunstarkaden, « MANIFESTO LUCIS« : Schmuck/Design: KünstlerInnen: Bongchull Shin / Irene Luft, Lorand Lajos / Neringa Vasiliauskaite
Sparkassenstr. 3
www.muenchen.de/kunstarkaden
Samstag, 17.04., 20 Uhr, Finissage mit Katalogpräsentation und Round Table zum Thema « Was ist Schmuck. Ein erweiterter Schmuckbegriff » mit Schmuck-Kunst-Experten
Dauer: 12. März bis 17. April 2014
Dienstag bis Samstag, 13 – 19 Uhr

Manifesto Lucis

 

>> Mittwoch, 12. März 2014 / wednesday,12 March

10-18 Uhr Galerie Wittenbrink, Warwick Freeman
Türkenstraße 16 – 80333 München –
www.wittenbrinkfuenfhoefe.de
Tel. +49 89 2605580
12.-18.3., Di-Sa 10-18, Do 10-20 Uhr

10-19 Uhr Wittenbrink FünfHöfe, Reinhold Ziegler
Theatinerstraße 14, 80333 München –
www.wittenbrinkfuenfhoefe.de
Tel. +49 89 25541933
12.-18.3., 10-19 Uhr

11-19 Uhr galerieGEDOKmuc, « new spirit – fresh colours » , Susanne Elstner, Susanne Holzinger, Christiana Jöckel, Michaela Köppl, Kristina Kundt, Daniela Osterrieder,
Schleißheimer Straße 61 – 80797 München –
Tel. +49 89 24290715 und +49 171 1762705
Mi-So 11-19, Do 11-22 Uhr

Daniela Osterrieder, 2014. - Rechts: Christiana Jöckel, mind and body.(left : Daniela Osterrieder, 2014. – right: Christiana Jöckel, mind and body)

16 Uhr Mobile Präsentation, MAD about Schmuck, Object & Jewellery, MAD-Faculty, Hasselt (BE): Machteld Lambeets, An Jonckers, Noana Giambra, Kenny Appermans, Anneleen Swillen
13.-16.3, Do-So 10 Uhr open end
www.facebook.com/MAD about- Schmuck
Tel. +32 498 772664

MAD about SCHMUCK

16-20 Uhr Frauenstraße 18, « Blanco« , Christie Schellings, Babs Zwanink, Anne Eissen, Heike Tittes, Sangji Yun, Anke Huyben
80469 München
Tel. +32 613 507975
12.-16.3, 10-17 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘BLANCO’ – frauenstraße 18, Munich (DE) – 12-16 Mars 2014Frauenstraße 18, "Blanco"
14.30 Uhr Die Neue Sammlung/Neues Museum für Kunst und Design in Nürnberg, « A Jewel show by Gabi Dziuba, Ausstellungsgespräch » 6.2.-4.5., Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 Uhr
Klarissenplatz – 90402 Nürnberg –
www.nmn.de
Tel. +49 89 2727250

Gabi Dziuba, Anhänger „Pluto“, 2011, Weißgold, Topas, Colorit - Foto: Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich (A. Laurenzo)(Gabi Dziuba, Anhänger „Pluto“, 2011)

14.30 Uhr Messegelände München, Halle B1 Aktionsbühne, « Die Welt hinter den Dingen », Silber Sommer Galerie: Tafelgerät-Gegenwärtige Positionen. Es sprechen: Deborah Werbner (UK), Isabell Enders (DE), Simon Pattison (UK)

15-19 Uhr Jekyll & Hyde Photography, « Marry Ted Noten« , Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp
Welserstraße 11 UG -  81373 München –
www.3stations.de
Tel. +32 485 434390
14.-16.3., Fr-Sa 10-18, So 10-14 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Marry Ted Noten’ – 3stations, Munich (DE) – 14-16 Mars 2014  "Marrry Ted Noten"
15-19 Uhr Atelier Stach, “Pearls, you are choking me!”, Gisbert Stach
Welserstraße 15 UG – 81373 München –
www.3stations.de
Tel. +49 152 01911151
14.-16.3., Fr-Sa 10-18, So 10-14 Uhr
Pearls, you are choking me! - Tree necklace - 2004-2009 Gisbert  Stach

15-19 Uhr Welser.Punkt, « Lights ON/Lights OFF« , Dimitar Stankov, Jonathan Hens
Welserstraße 29-31 – 81373 München –
www.3stations.de
Tel. +32 495 327052
14.-16.3., Fr-Sa 10-18,So 10-14 Uhr,
cf EXPO ‘Lights ON/Lights OFF’ – Welser.Punkt, Munich (DE) – 14-16 Mars 2014

Lights on/off

16 Uhr Almstadt Schmuck, Melanie Nützel & Kirsten Wittstruck
Reichenbachstraße 25 – 80469 München –
Tel. +49 89 12555761
13.-16.3.,11-19 Uhr
 

17-21 Uhr Projektraum J. Baumeister, « BONZO GONZO!« , Alexander Blank, Kiko Gianocca, Melanie Isverding, Florian Weichsberger
Georgenstraße 66 – 80799 München –
14.-16.3., Fr 11-18, Sa 11-16, So 11-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Bonzo Gonzo !’ – Projektraum J. Baumeister, Munich (DE) – 14-16 mars 2014

Bonzo Gonzo !

17 Uhr Galerie Katrin Eitner zu Gast im Ausstellungsraum Ruzicka « Take a walk in my soul“, Rachel Fiebelkorn, Nicole Schuster / Karl Wunderlich, Juliane Noack
Georgenstr. 142 – 80797 München –
kontakt@galerie-eitner.com, www.galerie-eitner. com
Tel. +49 163 172 8613
14.-16.3., 11-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Take a walk in my soul’ – Galerie Katrin Eitner, Munich (DE) – 13-16 mars 2014Galerie Katrin Eitner zu Gast im Ausstellungsraum Ruzicka München
17 Uhr Das Provisorium, « Realm of Reversals« , Flora Vagi jewellery and Kirsten Becken photography
Lindwurmstraße 37 – 80337 München –
www.floravagi.net, www.kirstenbecken.de
Tel. +36 30 2215534
12.-18.3., Mi-Di 13-20 Uhr  

 jewellery and photography exhibition of FLORA VAGI and KIRSTEN BECKEN during SCHMUCK 2014 in Munich.

 

17 Uhr Showcase 20a, « Máquina« , Anne Achenbach, Laura Alvarado, Maren Düsel, Beate Eismann, Ariane Ernst, Silke Fleischer, Phylicia Gilijamse, Christina Karababa, Karin Maisch, Vivian Meller, Daniel Michel, Denise Julia Reytan, Maryvonne Wellen
Donnersbergerstraße 20a – 80634 München –
12.-18.3., 24 Uhr, window display
cf EXPO ‘Maquina’ – Showcase 20a, Munich (DE) – 12-18 Mars 2014MAQUINA - Photo de Laura Alvarado.

17-19 Uhr schlegelschmuck, Katja Schlegel, Curator :Christian Hoedl, Barbara Schrobenhauser, Grant McCaig, Nhat-Vu Dang, Rafael Hafner, Jie Sun
Nordendstraße 7 A, – Ecke Adalbertstraße – 80799 München –
www.schlegelschmuck.de
Tel. +49 89 2710071
13.-21.3., Di-Fr 11-19, Sa/ So 11-14 Uhr
cf EXPO – Schlegelschmuck, Munich (DE) – 13-21 Mars 2014

schlegelschmuck

 

17.30-19 Uhr Galli Theater München, « Kosmos Kino« , Vivi Touloumidi, Beatrice Brovia, Nicolas Cheng
Amalienpassage, Türkenstraße 86 – 80799 München –
www.vivitouloumidi.com, www.conversationpiece.com
13.-16.3., 12-19 Uhr, Do 17.30-20 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Kosmos Kino’ – Galli Theater, Munich (DE) – 13-16 Mars 2014Kosmos Kino - Photo de Vivi Touloumidi.

 

17-20 Uhr margaritifera, « Gates by Chance« , Antje Godglück, Dana Seachuga, Susanne Kunz
Maindlstraße 4 – 81373 München –
Tel. +49 176 96513469
14.-16.3., 12-18 Uhr

18 Uhr Galerie Hell, « Dialogue 16. The Dialogue Collective. From London to Hell »
Isabellastraße 17 -  80799 München, with 84 GHz
www.84GHz.de, www.dialoguecollective.com
Tel. +49 89 30637911
13.-16.3., Fr-So 12-20 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Dialogue in Hell’ – Galerie Hell, Munich (DE) – 13-16 Mars 2014

SCHMUCK -  Dialogue takes a trip to Hell!

18-20 Uhr Galerie Spektrum zu Gast bei Klaus Lea, Ruudt Peters « QI »
Türkenstraße 96 Rgb – 80799 München –
Fr. 13-19, Sa. 11-14, So 13-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Ruudt Peters «QI»’ – Galerie Klaus Lea, Munich (DE) – 13-16 Mars 2014

http://www.galerie-spektrum.de/bilder/peters%20qi-1.jpg

18 Uhr Atelier & Galerie PunktPunktKommaKunst, Portrait me: Origo (Interaktive Ausstellung), Laura Alvarado & Vivian Meller
Donnersbergerstraße 48 – 80634 München –
www.punktpunktkommakunst.de
Tel. +49 176 32572868
12.-31.3., Mi-Di 12-18 Uhr Photo de Atelier&Galerie PunktPunktKommaKunst.

 

18-21 Uhr Goldbergstudios, « Refuge« , Kinga Huber, Orsolya Kecskés, Mária Pecsics, Krisztina Stomfai, Fanni Vékony
Müllerstraße 46 A – 80469 München –
Tel +36 30 2883431
13.-16.3., 11-19 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Refuge’ – Goldberg Studios, Munich (DE) – 13-16 Mars 2014

Refuge

18.30 Uhr Winter & Winter Showroom, “in winter”, Emi Fukuda
Viktoriastraße 28 – 80803 München –
www.emifukuda.com
Tel. +49 176 3053 70883.3.- 30.6.,

 Emi Fukuda. "Yuragi"

19 Uhr Staatlichen Antikensammlungen, Preisverleihung mineralART 2014 « between layers – Innenwelten des Achats »
Königsplatz 1 – 80333 München –
www.mineralart.de
13.3.-11.5., Di-So 10-17, Mi 10-20 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘mineralART 2014 – Between Layers’ – Staatlichen Antikensammlungen, Munich (DE) – 13 Mars- 11 Mai 2014

Flyer mineralART

 

19 Uhr 84 GHz, « SOLOƧ: never odd or even » Part II, Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson,
Georgenstraße 84 – 80799 München –
www.84ghz.de, www.martamattsson.com, www.tanelveenre.com
Tel. +49 89 30637911
13.-16.3., Fr-So 12-20 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘SOLOS – NEVER ODD OR EVEN’ – Munich (DE) – Part I :The Foundry : 14-16 Mars 2014 // Part II : 84 GHz 13-16 Mars 2014

Mine and Tanel Veenre two exhibitions SOLOS-NEVER ODD OR EVEN, Part I and Part II will open next week in Munich. We hope to see you there! Keep your eyes open this week for sneak peeks of our new pieces and the project on our facebook pages :)

 

19 Uhr Cafe Clara, “Tan lejos, tan cerca/ In weiter Ferne, so nah. Joyería contemporánea argentina en Munich”, Luz Arias , Iacov Azubel, Patricia Gallucci, Alejandra Koreck, Francine Schloeth, Sabina Tiemroth
Isabellastraße 8 – 80798 München –
www.tanlejostancercajewelry.blogspot.co.uk,
12.-18.3., 10-19 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Tan lejos, tan cerca’ – Cafe Clara, Munich (DE) – 12-18 Mars 2014Tan Lejos tan cerca

 

21-24 Uhr 84 GHz, « obsessed with paper« , The Current Obsession Party
Georgenstr. 84,  80799 München –
www.84ghz.de, www.current-obsession.com
Tel. +49 89 30637911 Current Obsession.

 

16-20 Uhr Galerie Artefakt, « Emailkunst« , Julika Müller, Melanie Nützel, Christja Tritschler,
Hans-Sachs-Straße 13 – 80469 München –
www.artefakt-muenchen.de,
2.-29.3., Mo-Fr 11-19, Sa 11-15 Uhr

17-21 Uhr Weltraum, « peacock green & old rose« , Eunmi Chun & Dongchun Lee,
Rumfordstraße 26 – 80469 München –
12.-16.3., 11-19 Uhr Photo de Rudolf Maximillian Becker.

17.30 Uhr Akademie Galerie, « 48 KILOGRAM LIGHT« , Nadine Kuffner, Janina Stübler, Annamaria Leiste,
U-Bahn Universität Zwischengeschoss
Tel. +49 171 3696009
13.-16.3., Do-So 11-21, 17.-21.3., 16-20 Uhr

Photo de Ja Nina Stübler.

17-20 Uhr Ponyhof Artclub, « Vienna 4« , Michelle Kraemer, Viktoria Münzker, Claudia Steiner, Eva Tesarik
Pestalozzistraße 14 – 80469 München –
Tel. +43 699 11180455
12.-14.3., Do 11-20, Fr 11-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘VIENNA 4′ – ponyhof artclub, Munich (DE) – 12-14 Mars 2014

Vienna4 - Viktoria Münzker Schmucksachen.

 

17-22 Uhr Schmuckgalerie tal20, Frieda Dörfer and Beate Eismann
Vernissage am 12.3.2012 von 17.00 Uhr – 22.00 Uhr
Die Künstlerinnen werden persönlich anwesend sein.
Dauer der Ausstellung: 12.3.2012 – 17.3.2012
Tal 20 — 80331 München
www.galerie-tal20.de
089.24231491
cf EXPO ‘Frieda Dörfer – Beate Eismann’ – TAL20 gallery, Munich (DE) – 13-17 Mars 2014

 galerie-tal20

18 Uhr Maurer Zilioli-Contemporary Arts zu Gast bei reillplast, « Karen Pontoppidan – Canvas Context Cash« , Amalienstraße 21 – 80333 München –
www.maurer-zilioli.com
Tel. +49 1577 3362236
12.-16.3., Di-Fr 10-19 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Karen Pontoppidan – Canvas Context Cash’ – Maurer Zilioli, Munich (DE) – 12-16Mars 2014

Karen Pontoppidan

18-22 Uhr Showroom Lothringer Straße 7: « Silenzio. Oltre la Forma, Dentro il Tempo -Stille. Jenseits der Form, Innerhalb der Zeit », Schmuck, Skulptur und Fotografie, Inea Gukema-Augstein, Renzo Pasquale und Annamaria Zanella
Lothringer Straße 7 – 81667 München –
welcome@kunstberatung.de
12.-23.3., Do-Di 16-21 Uhr

18.30-21 Uhr Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, « The Home of Jewellery, Munich-London-Tokyo« , Nicole Beck, Martin Papcun, Despo Sophocleous, Evelie Mouila, David Roux-Fouillet, Silvia Weidenbach, Saika Matsuda, Hiroaki Nagata, Rei Yamada, Altbau,
Historische Aula, Akademiestraße 2 – 80799 München –
12.-16.3., Do, Fr, So 12-19.00
cf EXPO ‘The Home of Jewellery, Munich-London-Tokyo’ – Akademie der Bildenden Künst, Munich (DE) – 12-16 Mars 2014

'The Home of Jewellery - Munich – London – Tokyo

'  Akademie der Bildenden Künste München  (Académie des Baeux Arts de Munich)  - http://www.adbk.de/EventsNews/events/events.php?we_objectID=2045

18.30-20 Uhr Gallery Kobeia, « Ni Hao!« , 10 Contemporary Jewellery Artists from Taiwan
Luisenstraße 49 – 80333 München –
www.bench886studio.weebly.com
13.-18.3., 11-20 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Ni Hao’ – Gallery Kobeia, Munich (DE) – 13-18 Mars 2014

Ni Hao - 10 contemporaryjewellery artists from Taiwan

19 Uhr Elisabethstraße 16, Rgb., « III« , Hyorim Lee, Junwon Jung, Mari Iwamoto,
80796 München,
Tel. +49 176 32916054
13.-15.3., Do-Fr 10-20, Sa 10-18 Uhr

III - Photo de Hyorim Lee.

19 Uhr Micheko Galerie, « Mass« , Sungho Cho, Akiko Kurihara, Fumiki Taguchi
Theresienstraße 18, 80333 München –
www.micheko.com
Tel. +49 89 38169388
13.-22.3., 11-20 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘MASS’ – Micheko Galerie, Munich (DE) – 12-22 Mars 2014

"MASS" MICHEKO GALERIE | 21st Century Art from Japan

19 Uhr Tschechisches Zentrum, « In the Mood« , Eva Eisler, Katerina Vorlová, Markéta Kratochvílová, Janja Prokic
Prinzregentenstraße 7 – 80538 München –
www.munich.czechcentres.cz,
Tel. +49 89 21024932
12.3.-18.3.,10-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘In the Mood’ – Tschechisches Zentrum, Munich (DE) – 12-18 Mars 2014

In the mood

24 h window display, Hauptbahnhof Nürnberg/Unterführung Königstorpassage/am Ausgang zu Altstadt und Neuem Museum, rechts, « Malerei mit Gerät“, Anne Fischer, Fatma Güdü,
www.vitrine-nbg.blogspot.de
Tel. +49 176 20913486
2.2.-18.3.,

18 Uhr Neues Museum in Nürnberg, Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design, « Die Welt hinter den Dingen », Silber Sommer Galerie: Tafelgerät-Gegenwärtige Positionen Talk with Drummond Masterton (UK), Deborah Werbner (UK), Isabelle Enders (DE), Simon Pattison (UK), Andres Ljungberg (SW), Juliane Schölß (DE)

21 Uhr Muffathalle, Zellstraße 4, SCHMUCK-Show, Live Schmuck-Präsentation,
www.schmuck-show.decf SCHMUCK-Show 2014 – Muffathalle, Munich (DE) – 12 Mars 2014

Schmuck-Show 2014 http://www.schmuck-show.de/schmuck_2014.html

 

>>Donnerstag, 13. März 2014 / Thursday 13 March

10-12 Uhr Studio Gabi Green, « Suspended in Green« , 33 artists. Curated by Laura Bradshaw-Heap
Gollierstraße 7 – 80339 München –
www.facebook.com/suspendedingreen, www.suspendendingreen.blogsphot.co.uk
Tel. +44 7940452838
13.-16.3., Do 10-20, Fr, Sa, So 9.30-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Suspended in GREEN’ – Studio Gabi Green, Munich (DE) – 13–16 Mars 2014

Suspended in green

10.30 Uhr Bergmannstraße 28, « Parasiten« , Susanne Blin, Florian Buddeberg, Anna Maria Eichlinger, Gabi Green, Anna Moll
80339 München
Tel. +49 89 173 5926015
13.-17.3., Mi-Sa 24 h window display,

11 Uhr tragbar, « Plum & Plum« , Martina Mühlfellner, Alja Neuner
Zenettistraße 33 – 80337 München, –
Tel. +49 173 7664455
13.-16.3., Do-So 11-18 Uhr Plum-Plum - Martina Mühlfellner.

 

11-18 Uhr Atelier von Gierke-Berr, « Collectomaniacalicity« , Peter Vermandere
Schraudolphstraße 16 – 80799 München –
Tel. +32 486759470
13.-16.3., 11-19 Uhr

13 Uhr Ligsalzstraße 27, « Heimat Punk & Luxusbaba, Destination Schmuck« , Farrah Al-Dujaili, Natalie Smith, Jo Pond, Sally Collins, Li-Chu Wu, Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton
80339 München
13.-16.3., Fr 11-19, Sa-So 11-16 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Destination SCHMUCK’ – Ligsalzstr. 27, Munich (DE) – 17-20 Mars 2014Destination SCHMUCK -Photo de Farrah Al-Dujaili.

 

 12 Uhr Geschäft, « figure« , Henriette Schuster
Rothmundstraße 6 – 80337 München –
Tel. +49 174 3263647
13.-14.3. und 16.3., 12-17 Uhr

 

14 Uhr Saffeels‘, « Synthesis« , Babette von Dohnanyi
Barerstraße 63 – 80799 München –
www.saffeels.com
Tel. +49 89 45214660
13.-16.3., Do-Fr 11-19, Sa, So 10-18 Uhr

 

>> Freitag, 14. März 2014 / Friday 14 March

11 Uhr Galerie Handwerk, WUNDERRUMA, Katalogpräsentation mit Karl Fritsch und Warwick Freeman
Max-Joseph-Straße 4 – 80333 München –
Tel. +49 89 5119296

Die Galerie Handwerk München präsentiert vom 7. März bis 17. April 2014 die Ausstellung „WUNDERRUMA - Schmuck aus Neuseeland". Die Ausstellung zeigt die größte Sammlung zeitgenössichen Schmucks aus Neuseeland, die bisher in Europa zu sehen war. 150 Arbeiten von 75 Schmuckgestaltern wurden dafür ausgewählt.  Ausstellungseröffnung ist am Donnerstag, 6. März 2014, 18.30 Uhr  Besuchen Sie uns auf unserer Facebook-Seite www.facebook.de/galerie.handwerk

14 Uhr Artothek/Bildersaal introduction by Jorunn Veiteberg, « Demiurg« , David Bielander Françoise van den Bosch Award exhibition
Rosental 16 – 80333 München –
Mi 14-18, Do 14-19.30, Fr 14-18, Sa 9-13, So 14-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Demiurg’ – Artothek & Bildersaal, Munich (DE) – 15 Fevr.- 22 Mars 2014

"David Bielander: Demiurge" -  MMKA (Arnhem, Netherlands) 20-Sep-2013 - 05-Jan-2014  website: www.mmkarnhem.nl mail: info@mmkarnhem.nl DURING SCHMUCK : Artothek/Bildersaal "Demiurg", David Bielander Françoise van den Bosch Award exhibition, Rosental 16 80331 München Vernissage, 14.2., 18 Uhr, 14.2.-22.3., Mi 14-18, Do 14-19.30, 14.3., 14 Uhr introduction by Jorunn Veiteberg, Fr 14-18, Sa 9-13, So 16.3., 14-18 Uhr

13 Uhr  « Plateaus Jewellery Project« , Barbora Dzuráková, Patricia Correia Domingues, Katharina Dettar, Edu Tarín, in collaboration with graphic designer Marta Veludo
Adalbertstraße 11 – 80799 München –
www.plateausjewelleryproject.com
14.-16.3., 11-19 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Plateaus Jewellery Project’ – Adalbertstrasse 11, Munich (DE) – 14-16 mars 2014

Plateaus Jewellery Project, Flyer (front)

15-18 Uhr Wörthstraße 23/I, Broken Heart Series by Diana Dudek
81667 München
14.-15.3., 15-18 Uhr

16-21 Uhr im Fruchthof « Farbe und das Gegenteil« , Edda Licht mit PE/AH
Gotzingerstraße 52 A – 81371 München –
www.eddalicht.de
Tel. +49 177 27105 00
14.-16.3., Sa, So 10-18 Uhr

16 Uhr Messegelände, Halle B1, Aktionsbühne « Die Welt hinter den Dingen » Silber Sommer Galerie: Tafelgerät-Gegenwärtige Positionen. Es sprechen Anders Ljungberg, Drummond Masterton, Juliane Schölß

17 Uhr reillplast Aperitivo: « Karen Pontoppidan – Canvas Context Cash »
Amalienstr. 21 – 80333 München –
www.maurer-zilioli.comcf EXPO ‘Karen Pontoppidan – Canvas Context Cash’ – Maurer Zilioli, Munich (DE) – 12-16 Mars 2014

Karen Pontoppidan

17-18 Uhr Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein e.V., « Peter Bauhuis – Mushrooming
Pacellistraße 6-8 – 80333 München –

18-21 Uhr Galerie Spektrum, « Helen Britton – Unheimlich »
Theresienstraße 46 – 80333 München –
www.galerie-spektrum.de
14.3.-26.4., Fr 14.3., 18-21, Sa 15.3., 11-14 Uhr, So 16.3., 13-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘Helen Britton – Unheimlich’ – Galerie Spektrum, Munich (DE) – 14 Mars-26 Avril 2014

http://www.galerie-spektrum.de/bilder/britton%20unheimlich-1.jpg

18 Uhr Kunstgießerei München « SOLOƧ: never odd or even » Part I, Märta Mattsson and Tanel Veenre
Schleißheimerstraße 72 – 80797 München with 84 GHz
www.84GHz.de, www.martamattsson.com, www.tanelveenre.com
Tel. +49 89 30637911
14.-16.3., Sa 11-19, So 11-16 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘SOLOS – NEVER ODD OR EVEN’ – Munich (DE) – Part I :The Foundry : 14-16 Mars 2014 // Part II : 84 GHz 13-16 Mars 2014

two exhibitions SOLOS-NEVER ODD OR EVEN, Part I and Part II

18 Uhr Galerie Isabella Hund, « Black is beautiful« , Gigi Mariani, Maria Rosa Franzin,Sabine Steinhäusler
Frauenplatz 13 – 80331 München –
www.isabella-hund.decf EXPO ‘Black is beautiful’ – Galerie Isabella Hund, Munich (DE) – 15 Mars– 4 Avril 2014

"black is beautiful " - Galerie Isabella Hund - Sabine Steinhäuser Gigi Mariani Maria Rosa Franzin  Dauer der Ausstellung: 15. März – 4. April 2014 (voir photos bijoux)


19 Uhr
Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, « Wiedereröffnung der Danner-Rotunde » und « STARING: The State University of New York at New Paltz »
Barer Straße 40 – 80333 München –
www.die-neue-sammlung.de,
Tel. +49 89 2727250
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 Uhr,

 

>> Samstag, 15. März 2014 / Saturday 15 March

11-18 Uhr Galerie Biro zu Gast im Einsäulensaal « Returning to the jewel is a retun from exile 7« , Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch, Gerd Rothmann, 15.-16.3., 11-18 Uhr

11-14 Uhr Galerie Fred Jahn, « Giampaolo Babetto« , Zeichnungen 1965-2013
Maximilianstraße 10 – 80539 München –
Tel. +49 89 220714
www.fredjahn.com
15 mars -12 april,

Giampaolo Babetto(Giampaolo Babetto  – Bracciali, 1980 – Bleistift und Aquarell auf Papier)

12 Uhr Brunch Tschechisches Zentrum, « In the Mood« , Eva Eisler, Katerina Vorlová, Markéta Kratochvílová, Janja Prokic
Prinzregentenstraße 7 – 80538 München –
www.munich.czechcentres.cz
Tel. +49 89 21024932
12.3.-18.3., 10-18 Uhr
cf EXPO ‘In the Mood’ – Tschechisches Zentrum, Munich (DE) – 12-18 Mars 2014

14-15 Uhr Messegelände, Halle B1, Frame Chrome Yellow Books, Arnoldsche Buchpräsentationen, Jewellery in Israel, Iris Bodemer Rebus, Ute Eitzenhöfer, Cosmic Debris mit Schmuck von Reinhold Ziegler

15.30 Uhr Talente-Preis-Verleihung 2014, Messegelände München, Halle B1, Aktionsbühne

16 Uhr Herbert-Hofmann-Preis-Verleihung 2014, Messegelände München, Halle B1, Aktionsbühne

17 Uhr Buchpräsentation Galerie Marzee

19 Uhr Augustiner Keller, Goldschmiedetreffen
Arnulfstraße 52 – 80335 München –
www.augustinerkeller.de
Tel. +49 89 595584

 

>> Sonntag, 16. März 2014 / Sunday 16 March

10-14 Uhr Sonderöffnung Galerie Handwerk, « WUNDERRUMA – Schmuck aus Neuseeland » (jewelry from New Zealand),
Max-Joseph-Straße 4 – 80333 München –
Tel. +49 89 5119296

11 Uhr Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, « Talk: Pravu Mazumdar: Understanding Surfaces. On Jewellery and Identity » Pinakothek der Moderne
Barer Straße 40 – 80333 München –
Tel. +49 89 2727 250 und +49 89 23805360

13-18 Uhr Sonderöffnung Ruudt Peters Qi, Spektrum bei Klaus Lea
Türkenstraße 96 Rgb.

13-18 Uhr Sonderöffnung Galerie Spektrum, « Helen Britton – Unheimlich »
Theresienstraße 46

14-15 Uhr Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein e.V., « Peter Bauhuis: Mushrooming“,
Pacellistraße 6-8 – 80333 München –
Tel. +49 89 2901470
Sonderöffnung 11-17 Uhr

Peter Bauhuis Hallimasch http://www.kunsthandwerk-bkv.de/galerie.html  Bayerischer Kunstgewerbe-Verein e.V., Galerie für Angewandte Kunst "Peter Bauhuis Hallimasch", Vernissage 27.2., 18.30 Uhr, "Mushrooming“ am 14.3., 17-18 Uhr und 16.3.,14-15 Uhr Pacellistraße 6-8 80333 München www.kunsthandwerkbkv.de 28.2.-5.4., Mo-Sa 10-18 Uhr

14-18 Uhr Sonderöffnung Artothek/Bildersaal « Demiurg » David Bielander Françoise van den Bosch Award exhibition
Rosental 16 – 80331 München –
Tel. +49 89 23 26 96 35

 

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