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Estela Sàez: Meet Me There

Estela Sàez is a committed artist with its origins that works with expensive raw materials. Somewhere between the sculpture and the jewellery, the artist invites the viewer to testify all her kind of presences and mental experiences through the pieces. You'll meet the artist, the pieces and yourself by this reading too.

Daniel Kruger: Between Nature and Artifice. Jewellery 1974-2014

Experimental, unconventional and individual: an irrepressible curiosity and boundless creativity in dealing with materials, forms and techniques are all hallmarks of the work by the jewellery artist Daniel Kruger. The current publication documents the contemporaneity of the diverse possibilities of his expression and opens up a pictorial world of aesthetic pleasure.

Karl Fritsch: Ninkern

Yes, of course the ring wants to be beautiful. The technique also wants to be beautiful, and most often it’s the idea that wants to be the most beautiful. But sometimes a piece likes nothing better than to sit in the mud and not give a damn about how it looks. If it is exactly what it wants to be in a given moment, it is precise, perfect and the most beautiful.


WUNDERRUMA is an exhibition curated by Karl Fritsch and Warwick Freeman in response to an invitation from Wolfgang Lösche, the director of Galerie Handwerk in Munich, to assemble an exhibition of New Zealand contemporary jewellery for showing at the gallery during Schmuck in March 2014.

CH2=C(CH3)C(=O)OCH3 Art Edition

Art Edition
Special edition of CH2=C(CH3)C(=O)OCH3 enclosures and other TN’s with snakeskin cover. Every book has a unique piece of jewellery made from aluminium and a yellow string. Limited edition, including jewellery piece of 187 copies signed by Ted Noten.

_Showcases  [+]

Seminar: New Adventures in Jewellery

Welcome to an international two-day seminar focusing on new approaches to the making, wearing and contextualization of jewellery. Addressing issues around multi-disciplinary working methods, networking and globalization, the speakers will bring together perspectives and examples from around the world.
Place: HDK - School of Design and Crafts
(Gothenburg, Sweden)
19.Sep.2014 - 20.Sep.2014

SchmuckDenken X - Thinking Jewellery

The program and the application form for "ThinkingJewellery 10: On our way to a theory of jewellery" are already available. ThinkingJewellery is the attempt to reflect what Jewellery really is and an interdisciplinary approach beyond the known categories handcraft or art, applied or free.
Place: Hochschule Trier
(Idar-Oberstein, Germany)
18.Oct.2014 - 19.Oct.2014

Open Call: KORU5

Finnish Jewellery Art Association announces an open call for juried international jewellery exhibition called KORU5. KORU5 is a international contemporary jewellery triennal and the exhibition is aimed to all professional artists or artist groups who are working as jewellery artist and artist from other fields.
Place: Imatra
(Lappeenranta, Finland)
01.Sep.2014 - 31.Oct.2014

Contemporary Jewellery Seminars

EleniMarneri Galerie presents el.marneri seminars. With the desire to introduce the contemporary view and trends of artistic jewellery to all new artists, begins with her collaborators Poly Nikolopoulou and Yannis Siotis, a cycle of contemporary jewellery seminars.
Place: EleniMarneri Galerie
(Makriyanni - Athens, Greece)
29.Sep.2014 - 05.Jun.2015

_Schools  [+]

The CASS presents the courses for 2014-15 and all the information necessary to apply.
(London, United Kingdom)

New school page for 2014. Maden is a contemporary jewellery studio that considers jewellery as “wearable art” and intends to convey this concept to participants with technical and conceptual courses. It also aims to improve the field of contemporary jewellery in Turkey.
Maden Contemporary Jewellery Studio
(Istanbul, Turkey)

New school page for 2014. In October the school presents the SchmuckDenken X - ThinkingJewellery.
Hochschule Trier
(Idar-Oberstein, Germany)

Edinburgh College of Art presents in August the Masters Festival, a show where the graduating artists present their works. The show will be open late on two evenings during the week.
Edinburgh College of Art
(Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

_Organizations  [+]

Update of the page with a new programme of coming exhibitions.
(Hanau, Germany)
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_Museums  [+]

Pforzheim Jewellery Museum has announced an exciting programme for 2014 filled with both contemporary jewellery and historical overviews such as the exhibition 5,000 Years of Animal Myths in Jewellery.
Pforzheim Jewellery Museum
(Pforzheim, Germany)

Update of the Museum page with a new programme of coming exhibitions. In June CODA Museum presents "Jewellery by Iris Bodemer and Ute Eitzenhöfer".
CODA Museum
(Apeldoorn, Netherlands)

_Awards  [+]

Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is accepting applications for its 2014 Artist Award. The purpose of the award is to acknowledge promise, innovation, and individuality in the work of an emerging jewelry artist and to help to advance the artist's career.
(Mill Valley, United States)
01.Jul.2014 - 30.Sep.2014
Deadline: 30.Sep.2014

Young artist working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition TALENTE 2015 in Munich, Germany from 11th to 17th March 2015. The aim of TALENTE is to promote young people with a particular manual talent and to show an interested audience the enormous potential which lies in the new generation in crafts and trades.
Closing date for applications: 1st October 2014
(Munich, Germany)
11.Mar.2015 - 17.Mar.2015
Deadline: 01.Oct.2014

_Exhibitions  [+]

Masters Festival at Edinburgh College of Art

Edinburgh College of Art presents the Masters Festival, part of Edinburgh Arts Festival. From the MA Jewellery course, the college shows pieces by Prudence Horrocks that mixes plastics with precious metals, and pieces by Ya Wen, who plays with optical illusions and combines Op Art with jewellery pieces.
Place: Edinburgh College of Art
(Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
16.Aug.2014 - 24.Aug.2014

Nora Rochel: Ashen Lights
Nora Rochel is presenting pieces in this collection that will draw our eye, leading to new discoveries about the essence of form and matter.
Place: ring weimar
(Weimar, Germany)
18.Jul.2014 - 05.Aug.2014

15. Erfurter Schmucksymposium
An exhibition that results from the last thirty years of the Erfurter Schmucksymposium. The selected artists present their pieces at the Art Museums of the City of Erfurt .
Place: Galerie Waidspeicher, Kulturhof zum Güldenen Krönbacken
(Erfurt, Germany)
26.Jul.2014 - 21.Aug.2014

Melissa Cameron, Pieces, Melissa Cameron: One design
The works, in silver, stainless steel and titanium will be displayed alongside a reproduction of the pattern on paper to show their origin, enabling the viewer to find each jewel’s place in the scheme.
Place: Studio 20/17
(Waterloo, Australia)
01.Aug.2014 - 30.Aug.2014

Esther Brinkmann: Renewable Pleasures: The India Chapter
The artist is presenting work made in India as well as bodies of work of former periods. Obviously, Esther Brinkmann’s work is evolving in different directions but she regularly comes back and (re-)interpretes her most classical pieces.
Place: Gallery Chemould
(Mumbai, India)
28.Jul.2014 - 23.Aug.2014

Ruta Reifen: All is Dvash
Ruta Reifen explores in this exhibition the floral form and the natural world. In her pieces the artist captures the essence of her inspiration, resulting in pieces with flowing and natural lines.
Place: Sienna Gallery
(North Adams, United States)
26.Jul.2014 - 17.Aug.2014

Tanel Veenre, Brooch, 2014Tanel Veenre: Beyond the Animus
An exhibition by Tanel Veenre that shows his works work is clearly human oriented. The artist addresses psychological subjects and mainly seeks out for inner sources.
Place: Galerie Ra
(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
19.Jul.2014 - 06.Sep.2014

Tim Shaw RA, 2008Back from the Front: Shock and Awe. Contemporary Artists at War and Peace
‘Shock and Awe’ is an exhibition of work by contemporary artists recently exposed to the front-line of war in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Balkans. It is also a platform for artists who are fascinated by acts of remembrance, who use their art as a warning, as a form of protest at the wickedness of the world.
Place: Royal West of England Academy
(Bristol, United Kingdom)
19.Jul.2014 - 21.Sep.2014

Gioielli in Fermento at Rivellino Art Gallery
Gioielli in Fermento 2014 will be hosted at the swiss Rivellino Art Gallery. The exhibition will be hosted during the Locarno Film Festival events program.
Place: Rivellino Art Gallery
(Locarno, Italy)
05.Aug.2014 - 16.Aug.2014

Jorge Manilla: Beyond the Limits
Gallery Ra presents a new body of works by Jorge Manilla. In this new pieces the artist uses organic materials, like wood and leather, and invites the viewers to find their own meaning.
Place: Galerie Ra
(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
19.Jul.2014 - 06.Sep.2014

_Jewellers  [+]

Nicole Schuster presents 3 new brooches working about the relation of nature and architecture, as an opposite, as an addition, as a process. You can enjoy her work at the coming shows she will be present in Berlin, A Coruna and Munich.

Mitchell presents a group of new pendants from the  "Metamorphosis Series" worked out of brass, copper, steel, powder coat and paint.

Liana presents the White Splash brooch, a new piece where she developes her enamelling techniques. Check her works at the coming exhibitions starting in July and up to October at the following cities: Texas, Cisano di San Felice del Benaco and Barcelona.

Michelle shows her latest works where Balsa Wood is the main material but the artists look for special surfaces and effects by mixing differen materials such as paint, sand, gold leaf and silver powder.

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_Workshops  [+]

Claudia Betancourt: Ox horn. From Craft to Contemporary Jewelry

A workshop that gives you the possibility to learn how to work the ox horn through traditional techniques. With 4 practical sessions the student will learn a set of introductory techniques and develop the ox horn along with jewelry or objects.
Place: WE WALKA Escuela
(Vitacura, Chile)
07.Aug.2014 - 29.Aug.2014
Deadline: 05.Aug.2014

Porcelain Jewelery with Olivia Monti

Porcelain sculpture artist, Olivia Monti Arduini, will guide participants in experiment with a myriad of different techniques. From the use of molds, pigments, paperclay, slipcasting, inlay, neriage, burnishing, glazes, Olivia will demonstrate infusing clay with one’s special touch to create a wearable work of art.
Place: Gaya Ceramics
(Ubud Bali, Indonesia)
17.Aug.2014 - 23.Aug.2014

Design Werkstatt Felix Urs Stüssi Summer Workshops

The Design Werkstatt is organizing summer workshops and Symposiums for Ornamentmakers in the car free swiss mountain village of Braunwald in central Switzerland since 1988. For this summer there is already just places available only in 4 classes.
Place: Design Werkstatt – Felix Urs Stüssi
(Braunwald, Switzerland)
14.Jul.2014 - 05.Sep.2014

Vicki Mason, Pieces,

Vicki Mason: Remnant plastics. Coiled bead earrings and pendants

Studio 20/17 presents a workshop by Vicki Mason where students will learn how to create a pattern, cut, coil & pin flexible sheet plastics and bend & form wire for creating jewellery attachments.
Place: Studio 20/17
(Waterloo, Australia)
20.Sep.2014 - 20.Sep.2014

_Galleries  [+]

Update of the gallery page with a new list of coming exhibitions and a new programme. ATTA Gallery presents this month a solo exhibition by Katja Prins.

Update of the gallery exhibition's program with the coming exhibition for August, "The anatomy of thoughts" by Jorge Manilla.

Update of the program of the gallery wih the coming exhibition for June, Delirium and Sanity: Contemporary Chilean Jewelry.

Update of the gallery page with a new programme of coming exhibitions. Sienna Gallery presents this month a solo exhibition by Ruta Reifen, "All is Dvash".

New page of the gallery to 2014 with the programme of coming exhibitions. The gallery was established in 1999 as a space, exhibiting mainly artists working in the area of contemporary functional and conceptual ceramics and porcelain.

Update of the gallery programme. Gallery deux poissons presents a solo exhibition by Xavier Monclús with 100 works, some of them from limited editions.

k02 infonewsk02 infonews 23.07.14

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DiagonalIntroducing Alkemisterna
Alchemy (noun): A seemingly magical process of transformation, creation, or combination. The medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of materials to convert them into gold or to find a universal elixir.  We are thrilled to announce a new project in the (...)
Written by Sanna Svedestedt / 09.07.2014 / 21:05 hrs.
 / Diagonal
Interview to Daniela Hedman. Nature is an important influence in my work and it can be seen in my choice of color, material and a sense of spirit that could represent something nordic. At the same time I work with very basic and fundamental themes, and I think I have quite a direct and simple expression that reaches something more universal.
Interview to Anna Vlahos. I create my pieces with nods to both the natural and historical. I hope for a viewer to get a sense of seeing objects that could come from a newly discovered horde or something equally at home on the forest floor.
Klimt02 in conversation with Kevin Hughes. Interview filmed on the occasion of the solo exhibition A Fickle Sonance by Kevin Hughes at Klimt02 Gallery in Barcelona in June 2014. Kevin explains us about the exhibition, research and work processes, the use of found objects and importance of the titles on these pieces, how he see the future works to come and why jewellery instead of any other creative discipline.
Gioielli in Fermento: interview with the project curator Eliana Negroni. Eliana Negroni, curator of the "Gioielli in Fermento" international competition, does an overview of the project that combines jewellery and wine, the theme of the competition renewed every year in concept related to this world. Interviewed by Micol D'Andrea, the curator explains the process of evaluation, the aim of the project and does an global view of the proposed projects in 2014.
Micol D'Andrea
Dialogues: a concept to curate. Preziosa 2010’s edition. The conversation widened in an attempt to outline the current overall situation in research jewellery and its history through the interaction between the two generations. On the latter point there was almost unanimous agreement: Babetto, Dahm and Peters’ generation was the one marked by revolution, by the tearing up of the rulebook, by the overstepping and destruction of the limits, and was consequently a generation in a constant battle to spread the word of another way to think and create jewellery.
Maria Cristina Bergesio
Truike Verdegaal: Coming exhibitionsTruike Verdegaal: Coming exhibitions
Dear Friends, I like to inform you about the below exhibitions: 19.08 t/m 02.11.2014 WILHELMINARING: oeuvreprijs voor beeldhouwkunst 1998-2013 Op zondag 31 Augustus (vanaf 14:30 uur) ben ik op deze tentoonstelling aanwezig. CODA Museum (...)
Written by Kt02 / 31.07.2014 / 13:19 hrs.
Manuela Gandini: Adventures among the Jewels and 10 years of experimentationsManuela Gandini: Adventures among the Jewels and 10 years of experimentations
Launch of the new website http://manuganda.it In 2004 I decided to make my ideas physical and real. Thus was born the project MANUGANDA, created by me, Manuela Gandini. A project focused on the creation of contemporary jewelery, that they were not just a surprise for anniversary, but that would (...)
Written by Kt02 / 11.07.2014 / 16:46 hrs.
Andreea Mogosanu[The last updated member]

Andreea Mogosanu
Bucharest, Romania

Andreea graduated from the Design Department of Bucharest University of Arts, holds a Master of Visual Communications, Advertising and Marketing Strategies degree and has also attended and graduated the jewellery design courses at David Sandu’s jewelry studio in 2011.
Karl Fritsch[The most visited members]
Jul 2014

Karl Fritsch
Island Bay, New Zealand

I´m fascinated by jewellery and by the fact that every person owns and wears ornaments of one kind or another.
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