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1X1 Collective

Exhibition  /  31 May 2012  -  30 Jun 2012
Published: 17.05.2012
Vander A Gallery
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Intro
(...) For this exhibition at vander A gallery in Brussels, they present 8 international artists, very different one from the other, all met in Alchimia school, Florence, wellknowned for its experimental jewellery and design schollarship. (...)

Artist list

Margherita de Martino Norante (IT) & Eugenia Ingegno (IT) co-founders, Elinor de Spoelberch (BE), Youngbin Park (Korea), Marina Elenskaya (RU) (Talente price, Schmuck 2012, Munich), Eunjae Baek (Corée), Sungho Cho (Corée) & Yoko Shimizu (JP).
1×1 Collective is a project born in Florence in 2010 to promote and diffuse contemporary art jewelry through exhibitions, fairs, and events. It is an open and ever-changing collective of independent jewelry artists.
Artistic and technical research and the freedom of experimentation make the jewelry gain new functions and meanings.

For this exhibition at vander A gallery in Brussels, they present 8 international artists, very different one from the other, all met in Alchimia school, Florence, wellknowned for its experimental jewellery and design schollarship.

1×1 Collective is open to collaborations, in the jewelry field as outside, to find new ways for showing original works to a wider public.
1×1 Collective changes its shape, leader and location following each project. It is an informal group of people based on active involvement, cooperation and sharing of ideas, knowledge and skills for the common goal of understanding and being understood.
For this exhibition there is not a theme because they want to focus on each artist’s personal approach and research, they believe that each one’s individuality and autonomy is one of the strenght of contemporary art jewelry and that it gets highlighted through the free dialogue of a collective exposition.

Remarks

Opening on Wednesday 30th May 2012, 6 to 9 pm

Open hours: Thursday to Saturday from 2 to 6 pm
Elinor de Spoelberch. Brooch: Un monde nouveau, 2012. Gold, white gold, ebony, plexi. 10,5 x 5 cm. Elinor de Spoelberch
Brooch: Un monde nouveau, 2012
Gold, white gold, ebony, plexi
10,5 x 5 cm
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Eugenia Ingegno. Necklace: Dorea, 2010. Silver, embroidery thread. 14 x 8 x 0,3 cm. Eugenia Ingegno
Necklace: Dorea, 2010
Silver, embroidery thread
14 x 8 x 0,3 cm
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Marina Elenskaya. Necklace: About Belonging #3, 2011. Car glass, silicone, inner tube. 19 X 20 X 8 cm. Marina Elenskaya
Necklace: About Belonging #3, 2011
Car glass, silicone, inner tube
19 X 20 X 8 cm
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Margherita de Martino Norante. Brooch: GRANDMA, 2008. Silver. 9 x 9 x 4 cm. Margherita de Martino Norante
Brooch: GRANDMA, 2008
Silver
9 x 9 x 4 cm
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Eunjae Baek. Necklace: Together, 2009. Hemp, threads, cardboard, silver, complex materials. 8 x 10 x 1.5 cm. Eunjae Baek
Necklace: Together, 2009
Hemp, threads, cardboard, silver, complex materials
8 x 10 x 1.5 cm
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Sungho Cho. Brooch: Samsara Far Out at Sea, 2011. Silver, wood, water buffalo horn, plastic, acrylic paint, coral. 8 X 8 X 5.3 cm. Sungho Cho
Brooch: Samsara Far Out at Sea, 2011
Silver, wood, water buffalo horn, plastic, acrylic paint, coral
8 X 8 X 5.3 cm
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Yoko Shimizu. Necklace: Transformation Series, 2011. Resin, pigment, silver. 20 x 25 cm. Yoko Shimizu
Necklace: Transformation Series, 2011
Resin, pigment, silver
20 x 25 cm
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Youngbin Park. Brooch: Veiled Object, 2011. Sterling silver, iron, paint. 9 × 7 × 1,7 cm. Youngbin Park
Brooch: Veiled Object, 2011
Sterling silver, iron, paint
9 × 7 × 1,7 cm
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