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Amuleto: Joyaviva a través del Pacífico

Exhibition  /  09 Apr 2014  -  28 May 2014
Published: 10.04.2014
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Intro
An exhibition of ‘live jewellery’ where each of the objects you see on display has its own life as a device for sharing hopes and fears. They have been carefully designed and made by a new wave of jewellers whose focus is the world outside the gallery.

Artist list

Albert Dávila, Alicia Wish, Analya Céspedes, Angela Cura Méndez, Areta Wilkinson, Blanche Tilden, Carolina Hornauer, Caz Guiney, Cristina Celis, Francisco Ceppi, Gabriela Campo, Gina Rophila, Guillermina Atunez, Ilse-Marie Erl, Jacqueline Roffe, Jacqui Chan, Jill Hermans & Melissa Cameron, Jin Ah Jo, Kathryn Yeats, Laura de Alba, Lorena Lazard, Martacarmela Sotelo, Massiel Mariel, Matthew Wilson, Mayte Amezcua, Raquel Bessudo, Sarah Read, Valentina Rosenthal, Walka Studio
The Otro Diseño Foundation is honored to announce the opening of the exhibition ‘Amuleto: Joyaviva a través del Pacífico’, curated and organized by Kevin Murray.

Otro Diseño has worked in collaboration with Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares to present this exhibition in Mexico.
The opening will take place next Wednesday 9th April at 19:30 hrs at Museo Nacional de Culturas Populares in Mexico City.

‘Joyaviva is an exhibition of ‘live jewellery’. Each of the objects you see on display has its own life as a device for sharing hopes and fears. They have been carefully designed and made by a new wave of jewellers whose focus is the world outside the gallery.
Each object functions as a witness that links people together, transforming private wishes into shared stories. Joyaviva aspires to continue the story of contemporary jewellery.’

Kevin Murray
Lorena Lazard. Brooch: A Hearth for my Fear, 2013. Brass, image transfer in polymer, car paint, cotton. Lorena Lazard
Brooch: A Hearth for my Fear, 2013
Brass, image transfer in polymer, car paint, cotton
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Lorena Lazard. Brooch: A Hearth for my Fear, 2013. Brass, image transfer in polymer, car paint, cotton. Lorena Lazard
Brooch: A Hearth for my Fear, 2013
Brass, image transfer in polymer, car paint, cotton
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Valentina Rosenthal. Brooch: Torpedo Jewells, 2011. Discarded clothes, embroidered patches, magnets. Valentina Rosenthal
Brooch: Torpedo Jewells, 2011
Discarded clothes, embroidered patches, magnets
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Valentina Rosenthal. Brooch: Torpedo Jewells, 2011. Discarded clothes, embroidered patches, magnets. Valentina Rosenthal
Brooch: Torpedo Jewells, 2011
Discarded clothes, embroidered patches, magnets
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Jacqui Chan. Brooch: Host a Brooch, 2011. Plastic cable, silver. Jacqui Chan
Brooch: Host a Brooch, 2011
Plastic cable, silver
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Jacqui Chan. Brooch: Host a Brooch, 2011. Plastic cable, silver. Jacqui Chan
Brooch: Host a Brooch, 2011
Plastic cable, silver
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Caz Guiney. Pendant: Amulet-ID Card, 2011. Plastic, gold, gold leaf, leather. Caz Guiney
Pendant: Amulet-ID Card, 2011
Plastic, gold, gold leaf, leather
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Caz Guiney. Pendant: Amulet-ID Card, 2011. Plastic, gold, gold leaf, leather. Caz Guiney
Pendant: Amulet-ID Card, 2011
Plastic, gold, gold leaf, leather
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