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FiloRossoXParis

Exhibition  /  20 Sep 2013  -  11 Oct 2013
Published: 08.10.2013
Boutique Agatha Ruiz de La Prada
Place
9, rue Guénégaud
6 -  Paris
FRANCE
Mail:
filorosso.bijouxE-mailgmail.com
Phone:
01 43 25 86 88
Management:
Isabella Bembo
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Intro
Organized by Isabella Bembo , this exhibition presents 26 unique pieces made mainly in fabric by 13 Italian artists. FiloRossoXParis is part of the event Bijoux Circuits.

Artist list

Patrizia Bonati, Elisabetta Dupré, Corrado de Meo, Flavia Fenaroli, Maria Rosa Franzin, Rita Marcangelo, Gigi Mariani, Flavia Eleonora Michelutti, Sara Progressi, Chiara Scarpitti, Maurizio Stagni, Barbara Uderzo, Graziano Visintin.
13 italian artists, ambassadors of "Made in Italy" for the art of jewelry making, were presented in the parisian boutique of spanish designer Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.

The red thread, so often linked to fate, passes through the fabric to connect different cultures and languages. The jewels tell a story, they make us discover and reinvent the stories of everyday gestures, but also the wonders of fairy tales.

- Isabella Bembo, curator

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13 artistes italiens, témoins du "Made in Italy" dans l’art de l’orfèvrerie, sont présentés dans la boutique de la créatrice espagnole Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.

Le fil rouge, si souvent lié au destin, passe à travers le tissu pour relier cultures et langages différents. Les bijoux nous racontent et se racontent, ils nous font découvrir et réinventer les histoires des gestes de tous les jours, mais aussi les merveilles des contes de fées.

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13 artisti italiani, testimoni del « Made in Italy » nell’ambito del gioiello contemporaneo, sono presentati nella boutique della creatrice spagnola Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.

Il filo rosso, così spesso legato al destino, passa attraverso il tessuto per legare culture e linguaggi diversi. I gioielli ci raccontano e si raccontano, ci fanno scoprire e ricreare le storie di tutti i giorni assieme all’incanto di una favola.
Barbara Uderzo. Brooch: Velvet Girl. Velvet, Plastic , Strass. Barbara, UderzoBrooch: Velvet GirlVelvet, Plastic , Strass. Barbara Uderzo
Brooch: Velvet Girl
Velvet, Plastic , Strass


Barbara, Uderzo
Brooch: Velvet Girl
Velvet, Plastic , Strass

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Rita Marcangelo. Ring: Untitled. Silver, Plastic. Rita, MarcangeloRing: UntitledSilver, Plastic. Rita Marcangelo
Ring: Untitled
Silver, Plastic


Rita, Marcangelo
Ring: Untitled
Silver, Plastic

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Flavia Eleonora Michelutti. Necklace: Solids. Fabric. Flavia Eleonora, MicheluttiNecklace: SolidsFabric. Flavia Eleonora Michelutti
Necklace: Solids
Fabric


Flavia Eleonora, Michelutti
Necklace: Solids
Fabric

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Sara Progressi. Brooch: Poppies. Silver, Fabric. Sara, ProgressiBrooch: PoppiesSilver, Fabric. Sara Progressi
Brooch: Poppies
Silver, Fabric


Sara, Progressi
Brooch: Poppies
Silver, Fabric

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Chiara Scarpitti. Brooch: Capsul Collection under the sea. Fabric, Silver, Plexiglas. Chiara, ScarpittiBrooches: Capsul Collection under the seaFabric, Silver, Plexiglas. Chiara Scarpitti
Brooch: Capsul Collection under the sea
Fabric, Silver, Plexiglas


Chiara, Scarpitti
Brooches: Capsul Collection under the sea
Fabric, Silver, Plexiglas

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