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Hang Zhou Art Fair 6th edition

Exhibition  /  24 May 2013  -  27 May 2013
Published: 07.06.2013
Hangzhou Peace International Convention and Exhibition Center
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The exhibition shows the latest jewelry by the students of China Academy of Art under the teaching of Wang Zhenghong, as well as pieces by ten jewelry teachers from different universities in China.
The exhibition showed the latest jewelry by the students of China Academy of Art under the teaching of Wang Zhenghong, as well as pieces by ten jewelry teachers from different universities in China.

Focusing on contemporary jewelry and objects that tell their own stories, beyond ordinary forms, materials and colors, students try to find their own voices. With more and more jewellery exhibitions held in China, Chinese contemporary jewelry is becoming well known.
Duan Yanli. Piece: Across the moutain and the sky – Tibet, 2012. Textile, plastic, leather, resin,aluminium, copper, jade, LED. 
. "To me, jewelry is the best tool to keep my diary. This is my Graduation Creative Work which inspired from Tibetan clothes after my trip to Tibet in 2012. Instead of using traditional material and technique, I truncated, deconstructed the textile, added found objects to  express my way concept of Chinese Ethic Contemporary Jewelry. I made over 20 pieces including necklace, brooch, ring and head piece. I added more than one function into one piece to make it more flexible for wearer." - Duan Yanli
. . Duan Yanli
Piece: Across the moutain and the sky – Tibet, 2012
Textile, plastic, leather, resin,aluminium, copper, jade, LED

"To me, jewelry is the best tool to keep my diary. This is my Graduation Creative Work which inspired from Tibetan clothes after my trip to Tibet in 2012. Instead of using traditional material and technique, I truncated, deconstructed the textile, added found objects to express my way concept of Chinese Ethic Contemporary Jewelry. I made over 20 pieces including necklace, brooch, ring and head piece. I added more than one function into one piece to make it more flexible for wearer." - Duan Yanli

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Ni Xian’ou. Piece: Pendant Regeneral flora II (left) Necklace moomlight II (right), 2008-2009. Silver, 24k gold, pearl, quartz,tourmaline,garnet, citrine - Silver, 18k gold, citrine. 14x7.5x8 cm - 29.5x16 cm. 
. "I am interested in the visual contradictions that exist between the presentations of nature and machinery, complexity and simplicity. Their form inspired by natural plants- symbols of order and energy. I strive to create functionality by describing conflict, disorder, non-integration and the illogical factors between form and function. Movement and intriguing combinations of elements refer to my attempt to find rich methods to reconstruct the objects that have previously been destroyed; thus creating independent and playful forms that offer novelty to the viewer through their sculptural qualities. It is important for me not to think in terms of principles in formal composition, but rather of questioning structures. In this way I juxtapose the structure, materials and technique with expressive ideas." -Ni Xian’ou
. . Ni Xian’ou
Piece: Pendant Regeneral flora II (left) Necklace moomlight II (right), 2008-2009
Silver, 24k gold, pearl, quartz,tourmaline,garnet, citrine - Silver, 18k gold, citrine
14x7.5x8 cm - 29.5x16 cm

"I am interested in the visual contradictions that exist between the presentations of nature and machinery, complexity and simplicity. Their form inspired by natural plants- symbols of order and energy. I strive to create functionality by describing conflict, disorder, non-integration and the illogical factors between form and function. Movement and intriguing combinations of elements refer to my attempt to find rich methods to reconstruct the objects that have previously been destroyed; thus creating independent and playful forms that offer novelty to the viewer through their sculptural qualities. It is important for me not to think in terms of principles in formal composition, but rather of questioning structures. In this way I juxtapose the structure, materials and technique with expressive ideas." -Ni Xian’ou

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View from the Hang Zhou Art Fair.
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