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From hand to hand. Passing on skill and know-how in European contemporary jewellery

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Published: 23.10.2008
From hand to hand. Passing on skill and know-how in European contemporary jewellery.
Liesbeth den Besten
Carole Guinard
Mònica Gaspar
Edited by:
Mudac / 5 Continents
Edited at:
Lausanne
Technical data:
140 pages, 58 colour images, 36 full-page black & white images, text in English and French
ISBN / ISSN:
978-2-88244-016-7
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Intro
Through a selection of jewellery by 58 European creators, From Hand to Hand attempts to evaluate the bonds between teacher and student, as well as what the transmission of know-how involves. How have the teachers influenced their students?
Via a selection of jewellery by European creators, the exhibition “from hand to hand” seeks to define the bonds that are created between teachers and pupils and what is involved in passing on a skill or knowledge. European jewellers whose influence in the contemporary jewellery world is clearly established and recognised were therefore chosen, not just because they are eminent teachers but also because they are outstanding creators of their period. What influences have
they had on their pupils? What do they hope to pass on? What have their pupils retained of this?
And do the latter, some of whom have become teachers in their turn, have the feeling they are continuing a link in the chain?
 

Remarks

The artists: 12 professors, their students and the students of the students

Onno Boekhoudt / Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Annelies Planteijdt, Rian de Jong, Masako Hamaguchi, Lucy Sarneel, Cristina Filipe, Sónia Graça
Esther Brinkmann / Haute école d’art et de design, Geneva, Switzerland
Christian Balmer, Brune Boyer-Pellerej, Nathalie Perret, Sophie Bouduban, Sonia Morel, Sophie Hanagarth, Joanne Grimonprez, Fabrice Schaefer, Julie Usel, Ilona Schwippel, Aurélie Dellasanta
Caroline Broadhead / Middlesex University, London, Great-Britain
Julie Cook, Madeleine Furness, Maria Militsi,
Johanna Dahm / Hochschule für Gestaltung, Pforzheim, Germany
Iris Bodemer, Andi Gut, Julia Walter, Claudia Stebler, Luzia Vogt
Otto Künzli / Akademie der Bildenden Künste, München, Germany
Bettina Speckner, Bettina Dittlmann, Karl Fritsch, Doris Betz, Karen Pontoppidan, Adam Grinovich, Peter Bauhuis, David Bielander
Eija Mustonen / South Carelia Polytechnic, Lappeenranta, Finland
Tarja Tuupanen, Nelli Tanner
Ruudt Peters / Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Iris Eichenberg, Noémie Doge
Dorothea Prühl / Burg Giebichenstein Hochschule für Kunst und Design, Halle, Germany
Andrea Wippermann, Beate Klockmann,
Ramon Puig Cuyas / Escola Massana, Barcelona, Spain
Xavier Domènech, Marc Monzó, Gemma Draper
Graziano Visintin / Istituto Statale d’Arte Pietro Selvatico, Padova, Italy
Stefano Marchetti
David Watkins, Michael Rowe / Royal College of Art, London, Great-Britain
Felix Flury, Mah Rana, Christoph Zellweger

And the students of the Ecole de photographie de Vevey (CEPV) under the direction of Thierry Gauthey, Virginie Otth, Daniel Baudraz, Pierre Germond and Christian Rossier.
 
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