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Curated By. By Lacy Barry / VIRTUAL EXHIBITION

Exhibition  /  VirtualExhibition  /  11 Mar 2020  -  30 May 2020
Published: 31.03.2020
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Intro
The first Exhibition of the planned series of artist-curated jewellery exhibitions. Merging the worlds of Fashion, Jewellery & Art we invite you to experience the collaboration between these different worlds.

Due to the COVID-19 issue, this exhibition was closed from 15.03.2020. In the coming weeks, we show you all impressions online through our #VirtualExhibitions.

Artist list

Kate Bajic, Lacy Barry, Gabriella Giannini, Lene Hald, Yan Hats, Wanshu Li, Turquoise Maisonneuve, JungKi Min, Gerda Mödlhammer, Mo Müller, Sogand Nobahar, Olgafacesrok, Bin Shehab Saadah, Kana Umeda, Anna Van Eck, Katrin Zimmermann
Curated by Canadian Paper Artist Lacy Barry, the selected Jewellery Artists will be exhibited alongside her Little Wing & Exploding Florals Series.


About Curator:
About Lacy Barry:
Three-dimensional wings assembled on a technical light explosion mural. A colorful burst of gradients, this is the second series of a collection that represents an epiphany of peace. The seven color ways display a variation of emotions & experiences when taking life's journey. A four-pointed star is the in the center is our humanity, wings are freedom & light rays, the premise that exposes all colors and structure in true, natural form.


About other participating artists:
About Nobahar Design:
Sogand Nobahar is a contemporary designer and researcher with considerable experience in jewelry engineering. Every design has a concept and every idea is shaped into a piece of design that represents it.

About Kate Bajic:
British jeweller Kate Bajic has over 16 years experience exhibiting and selling her work in galleries and at exhibitions throughout the UK, Europe and the USA. Kate creates unique one-off pieces of art jewellery which are inspired by and explore the micro world of lichens.

About OfR jewelry:
OfR jewelry is a brand managed by Olga Košica - jewellery designer, and Rok Marinšek - graphic designer. 
OfR jewelry explores modern jewelry and objects, new technologies, particularly 3D printing. 

About Ex Ovo:
Her work is based on a constant search for technical and design innovation. She fuses traditional handcrafting methods with state-of-the-art industrial manufacturing, allowing her to bridge the divide between manus and machina.

About TUKOA by Turquoise Maisonneuve :
Turquoise Maisonneuve is a French jewellery designer living in Vienna, Austria since 2008. Her work is very eclectic, though some themes are playing an important role: aesthetics, structure and organic shape. Jewellery making is for her an introspective work, where the artist concentrates all his energy at exploring, going beyond limits and at the end exposing herself.

About Jung Ki Min:
Jackie (Jung Ki) Min is a designer and maker with a special background. Based on her previous major, Ceramics and Fiber Art, her design stands between traditional and contemporary art. 
Her work mainly inspired by nature; the motifs are about iconic places in the world. She tries to transfer the image from places into her jewelry to satisfy the people who want to escape from reality and unable to travel.

About Kana Umeda:
The artist has always been attracted by the transparency of glass and thrives to realize what’s invisible with the light and the shadow the material creates.
Her collection represents that the pieces are for the moment where things keep happening yet they happen only once exactly like the water in a flowing river: it changes but it never changes.

About Lene Hald:
The Danish jewelry artist Lene Hald creates her contemporary jewelry from her workshop and shop in the center of Copenhagen. A small collection of colorfull tactile showpieces. Inspired by the danish historical crown jewels, she has interpreted these pompous necklaces in a more contemporary fragile everyday material.

About Bin Shehab Saadah:
Art for her is the way of exchanging information about feelings and sometimes answers it is easy to misunderstand, however, she confident that the true deep content will be not. 
CROP expresses one of the kind form by using the attractive colors of the artist palette.

About Gabriella Gianni:
Her current work studies the relationship between efficiency and innovation through the exploration of the ancient production form of natural object casting. She uses raw materials to evolve old forms into new pieces; she improved what already existed.

About Mo Müller:
The Zurich based jewellery artist Mo Müller creates wearable objects which twinkle, tickle and vibrate. In the making, she dives deep into her own dreamworlds. 
In the process of creating, the artist wears, experiences and stages jewellery on her own body.

About Gerda Mödlhammer:
Gerda Mödlhammer is physically based in Vienna but mentally all over the place. Making miniature sculptures has always been a passion, as have wearable structures and jewellery. 3D-Design and manufacturing are often part of the artistic process, not just a means to an end. Organic, living structures are a great source of inspiration.

About Anna Van Eck & Theresa Schuker:
Theresa Schuker and Anna van Eck are both jewellery and object designers who formed a collective. They are both temporarily based in Cologne. The two artists are not bound to certain materials but everyday objects catch their attention.
Mediating Bodies is a series of colourful and adorable jewellery objects. Carefully collected materials are put together in a new unexpected form.

About Yan Hats:
Yan Hats is a contemporary headdress and hat label created by the Argentine founder and creative director Yanina Cangelosi Alba. The whole idea of ​​her brand reinterprets the hat with current materials, modern designs, inspired by curiosity. ​Each piece has a unique history of artistic expression.

About Wanshu Li:
Wanshu’s jewellery is largely inspired by the brilliant colours and sensuous movements of sea creatures like the jellyfish and sea anemones. The concept of her work aims to explore a multi-sensory wearing experience in jewellery which involves different sensory perceptions such as visual enjoyment, tactility and sound. 
 
Lacy Barry. Installation: Little Wing, 2014. Paper, airbrush paint, on printed mural canvas.. 65 x 45 cm. Lacy Barry
Installation: Little Wing, 2014
Paper, airbrush paint, on printed mural canvas.
65 x 45 cm
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Nobahar Design. Bangle: My City Napoli, 2020. Sintered nylon powder, hand paint with herbal colors.. Nobahar Design
Bangle: My City Napoli, 2020
Sintered nylon powder, hand paint with herbal colors.
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Kate Bajic. Brooch: Powdered Sunshine, 2019. Silver, brass, acrylic.. 12 x 9 cm. Kate Bajic
Brooch: Powdered Sunshine, 2019
Silver, brass, acrylic.
12 x 9 cm
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OfR Jewelry. Necklace: OFR Medusa, 2018. Polyamide, osmessa pearl, gold plated brass, gold plated silver.. 22 x 26 x 2 cm. OfR Jewelry
Necklace: OFR Medusa, 2018
Polyamide, osmessa pearl, gold plated brass, gold plated silver.
22 x 26 x 2 cm
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Ex Ovo. Necklace: Folded Choker, 2019. Acrylic. Ex Ovo
Necklace: Folded Choker, 2019
Acrylic
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TUKOA by Turquoise Maisonneuve. Ring: “Alchemia” Glas, 2019.  Sterling silver (925), glass.. 7 x 3 cm. TUKOA by Turquoise Maisonneuve
Ring: “Alchemia” Glas, 2019
 Sterling silver (925), glass.
7 x 3 cm
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JungKi Min. Brooch: Salt Desert - Night, 2019. Film, acrylic, tourmaline, lolite, silver.. 8.5 x 7 x 1.2 cm. From series: Salt Desert. JungKi Min
Brooch: Salt Desert - Night, 2019
Film, acrylic, tourmaline, lolite, silver.
8.5 x 7 x 1.2 cm
From series: Salt Desert
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Kana Umeda. Ring: Captured, 2020. Glass, water.. Kana Umeda
Ring: Captured, 2020
Glass, water.
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Lene Hald. Brooch: Dust, 2018. Silver, gold plated, velor and nylon stockings in dusty pastel shades.. 13 x 10 x 8 cm. Brooch and necklace.. Lene Hald
Brooch: Dust, 2018
Silver, gold plated, velor and nylon stockings in dusty pastel shades.
13 x 10 x 8 cm
Brooch and necklace.

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Bin Shehab Saadah. Brooch: Crop, 2020. Acrylic plate, acrylic paint, brass.. 10 x 9 cm. Bin Shehab Saadah
Brooch: Crop, 2020
Acrylic plate, acrylic paint, brass.
10 x 9 cm
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Gabriella Giannini. Brooch: Botanical Form Brooch, 2019. Bronze, Copper, Steel. Gabriella Giannini
Brooch: Botanical Form Brooch, 2019
Bronze, Copper, Steel
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Mo Müller. Piece: jelly and stuff, 2020. Textile, silver, glass and plastic beads, thread, filling material.. 7 x 6 x 2 cm. One piece of earring.. Mo Müller
Piece: jelly and stuff, 2020
Textile, silver, glass and plastic beads, thread, filling material.
7 x 6 x 2 cm
One piece of earring.

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Gerda Mödlhammer. Brooch: Evolving Anemones 1, 2020. 3D printed nylon plastic dyed by hand, dental steel wire. 6 x 4 x 1.3 cm. Gerda Mödlhammer
Brooch: Evolving Anemones 1, 2020
3D printed nylon plastic dyed by hand, dental steel wire
6 x 4 x 1.3 cm
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Anna Van Eck. Theresa Schuker. Brooch: Mediating Bodies, 2019. Plastics, textile, steel wire.. 4 x 6.5 cm. Anna Van Eck
Theresa Schuker
Brooch: Mediating Bodies, 2019
Plastics, textile, steel wire.
4 x 6.5 cm
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Yan Hats. Head Piece: The Garden of Delights - with flowers visor, 2020. German silver metal, crystals and fabric (recovered).. 10 x 20 x 20 cm. Yan Hats
Head Piece: The Garden of Delights - with flowers visor, 2020
German silver metal, crystals and fabric (recovered).
10 x 20 x 20 cm
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Wanshu Li. Brooch: Magic Garden II, 2020. Acrylic, sterling silver, glass beads, sequins and fluorescent nylon.. 6.3 x 6.3 x 2.8 cm. Wanshu Li
Brooch: Magic Garden II, 2020
Acrylic, sterling silver, glass beads, sequins and fluorescent nylon.
6.3 x 6.3 x 2.8 cm
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