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JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects Fair 2020

Fair  /  Collecting   Exhibiting  /  19 Sep 2020  -  29 Nov 2020
Published: 07.09.2020
JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects Fair 2020.
Artesania Catalunya(CCAM)
Management:
Paulo Ribeiro
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Intro
JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects is the main art jewellery and author objects fair in Spain. Gathering a great number of independent artists as well as related organizations, schools and other entities. JOYA, in its 12th edition, will be focused on New Technologies and crafts. As every year, JOYA extends the range of artistic jewellery to the public with more exhibitions to be part of OFF JOYA.

In this page, you will find all information related to JOYA 2020 FAIR and the 5 OFF JOYA events.




 
About JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair and its 12th edition:
The transition to incorporating new technology into the craft isn’t always easy, but we can't deny that new technologies are stepping in the art jewellery field, and unlike some artists may think its time to embrace this opportunity to create something new and develop new business in other craft fields.

There is a lot of information and point of views about new technologies in art jewellery, during the 12th edition of JOYA Barcelona, we invite you to be part of this debate. As technology meets traditional craftsmanship in various fields, artists question how and where the thin line should be drawn for appropriate uses of these new ways of doing traditional work.

The obvious social stigma is that tools of technology are not tools of creativity. / Edward Loedding



What to enjoy at JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2020:


> JEWELS ON SALE at JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2020
A group of 115 works presented at the Fair will be available to purchase online through klimt02.net and offline at Artesania Catalunya from September 19th to November 29th.


> THE EXHIBITION FAIR:

- ARTISTS  and AWARD WINNERS at JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2020

The exhibition with the works of the selected artists will be ready to visit from September 19th to November 29st at ARTESANIA CATALUNYA Crafts Museum: Carrer dels Banys Nous 11, 08002, Barcelona.


- COLLECTIVES  and SCHOOLS at JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2020.
A selection of works by students and collective's members will be featured from September 19th to November 29st at ARTESANIA CATALUNYA – Crafts Museum: Carrer dels Banys Nous 11, 08002, Barcelona.


Schedule for your visit at Artesania de Catalunya:
Friday, 19th September to Sunday, 29th November.
Monday to Saturday - 10:00 to 20:00 h.
Sunday - 10:00 to 14:00 h.
 
Joya’s Opening:
Tuesday, 29th September at 18:00 h.
Opening with cocktail and JOYA Awards.
* Free entrance



> OFF JOYA
As every year, JOYA extends the range of artistic jewellery to the public. For this reason, it has created a jewelry exhibition circuit in the best galleries and cultural spaces, 3 in the city of Barcelona, 1 in Sant Cugat del Vallés and 1 in Girona.



> AWARDS at JOYA:

JOYA AWARD
In each edition, we will reward an individual artist—selected by the jury after registering the highest score—with the opportunity to become part of JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects. The prize is the opportunity to become the face of the next edition of JOYA and their piece of art jewellery will be promoted in the media.

PREMIO INTERNACIONAL ARTE Y JOYA
Grupo Duplex and its magazine, Arte y Joya, will present an award to one of the artists taking part in the 10th edition of the Contemporary Jewellery Yearbook 2020-2021. The award consists of a major communications campaign in the group’s magazines and an international promotional campaign.
Jury: Paulo Ribeiro, Aliana Negroni, Antonio Sánchez, Roc Majoral and Susana Orozco.

PREMI DE RESIDÈNCIA DTERRA D'OBJECTES ARTESANALS
The Dterra Award was born out of our continuing commitment to supporting and promoting contemporary arts and crafts. It is aimed at students of all ages and nationalities who are exploring new ways of using, modifying, and applying different materials in an innovative but crafted way. The winner will receive a fortnight’s stay in Sant Cugat, including the use of the workshop and mentoring at Dterra.

DOR MUSEUM AWARD
Dor MuseumAward is the acquisition of a piece that will become part of the museum’s contemporary jewelry collection.

MYDAYBYDAY AWARD
Artist Jamila Wallentin was selected at Joya Barcelona 2019 as the winner of a one-week event at mydaybyday gallery in Rome, the exhibition will be in 2021




Jury Members:

Dr. Roberta Bernabei



Dr Roberta Bernabei is Chief Editor of the Journal of Jewellery Research. She instigated the academic journal in 2015 and she is one of the two co-founders.  
http://www.journalofjewelleryresearch.org/
Roberta completed her PhD in Jewellery Theory and Practice: An Investigation into Emotionally invested and Mnemonic Jewellery through Sensitising Materials and has lectured at Loughborough University, UK, since 2004. Since 2020 she is also visiting Reader at Birmingham City University, Birmingham Institute Jewellery, Fashion and Textiles and Craft Cultures research cluster.
As a practice-based artist and researcher, she has exhibited widely at international exhibitions (Gioielli Contemporanei ‘Dialoghi’, 2014, Italian Institute for Culture, Tokyo, Japan and  Museum of Arts & Crafts, Itami 2008; Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland and Museo Arti Decorative, Turin, 2007;  Kunstgeweremuseum, Berlin, 2008). Her work has won awards from the EPSRC to the Craft Council.

>> Read the interview with Roberta Bernabei by Klimt02



Paul Derrez


Paul Derrez works and lives with his husband Willem Hoogstede in Amsterdam since 1974, opened in 1976 RA Gallery, representing excellency in art jewellery for 43 years. Internationally recognised jewellery designer, gallerist and collector, Paul was awarded in several occasions as the Francoise van der Bosch Award in 1980 or the Herbert Hofmann Prize in 2015.
Galerie Ra published a book in 2015: Paul Derrez, maker – jewellery and objects 1975 – 2015, with a compilation of his most important pieces. His works are part of several museums as CODA Museum (Netherlands), Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art (Japan) and Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, (US).

>> Read the interview with Paul Derrez by Klimt02



Ruudt Peters


Beginning in the 1970's, Ruudt Peters, a pioneering Dutch jewellery artist challenged traditional definitions of adornment by pushing the boundaries of context, wearability, materials and presentation.
He has exerted a strong influence on the development of contemporary jewellery as an artist and as a professor at some of the most prestigious universities in Europe, the Gerrit Rietveld Academie 1990-2000, Amsterdam, Konstfack University of Arts and Crafts in Stockholm 2004- 2009, and Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Firenze, Italy 2010-2015.
At the moment Peters is member of the board of MASieraad and they are initiating the Challenging Jewellery program at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. Since 2001 Peters attracts international artists and students to his Summer School in Ravenstein, the Netherlands, where he teaches week-long intensive workshops.
Ruudt Peters has invigorated the thinking about, and practice of, the presentation of jewellery in context related installations. Since 1986 he has been publishing books accompanying his jewellery collections, which he exhibited at galleries, museums and other institutes around the world.

>> Read the interview with Ruudt Peters by Klimt02



Gabriela Izquierdo


Gabriela Izquierdo, fashion project manager. Born and raised in Venezuela. Fashion designer specialized in High Couture with a master's degree in Textile Engineering. Graduated in 2016 from IED MADRID. She considers herself as a technology geek, that is the reason why she is focusing her career on creating a connection between fashion and technology.



Lily Kanellopoulou


Lily Kanellopoulou studied interior design and applied arts at Vakalo Art and Design College in Athens, and graduated in 1977.  After a very serious accident, she decided to study acting and in 1988, she graduated from the Acting School of Drama Hatjikou in Athens.
From 2012 to 2017 she studied silversmithing, jewelry and metalwork techniques. Lily has attended the intensive course of Alchimia jewelry school in Italy, for three months in 2014 and she has participated in several workshops with teachers such as Lucia Massei, Daniela Boieri, Kimiaki Kageyama, Peter Bauhuis, Gabi Veit, Flora Vagi, etc, in Florence and Athens.
She was awarded Joya Barcelona 2019 award and is represented by Charon Kransen Arts since 2018, her work was shown at SOFA Chicago and other exhibitions in 2018 and N.Y. Jewelry week in 2018 and 2019.



Piotr Rybaczek


Piotr Rybaczek is the owner and founder of La Basílica Gallery since 2007. Gallerist, artist, curator and interior designer, Piotr has been working with more than 300 artists from different countries, presenting their pieces in his gallery and transforming old spaces into something unique with his personal style.
La Basilica Gallery established in the centre of Barcelona, gathers the work of many jewellery designers, contemporary art, antiques and niche perfume brands. His particular vision of aesthetic is translated into his shop and also in the apartments and houses he refurnish and decorate.



Paulo Ribeiro


Paulo Ribeiro is founder and director of JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects and Le Département Creative Agency.
Ribeiro is a Brazilian architect, specialized in fashion spaces with master and PhD at Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya. In 2007 he founded the creative agency Le Département, with projects in different countries as Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, UK, Poland, etc.
In Barcelona, Ribeiro created JOYA in 2009, the most international event related with art jewellery and objects in Spain, gathering together more than 450 artists in 3 days, presenting the best of art jewellery from all over the world.

>> Read the interview with Paulo Ribeiro by Klimt02




Media Partners:
  • Gold & Time
  • Bursztynisko Amber Magazine
  • Grupo Duplex
  • Goldschmeide Zeitung Magazine
  • The Jewellery Activist
  • Jewellery Virtual Fair
  • JNA Magazine
  • Joyeros Argentinos
  • Palakiss Vincenza
  • The Morning Bark
  • Revista Rusa en España
  • Vip Style
  • AurumEve Jewelery Magazine
  • Benchpage

JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects is organized by:
LE DÉPARTEMENT Interiors SL
Av.GAUDI 45, 4TO 2DA 08025 BARCELONA
Tel: +34 930 084 894
www.joyabarcelona.com

For more information, please contact:
Director Paulo Ribeiro paulo@le-departement.com
Communication Manager María J. Vásconez showroom@le-departement.com
Project Manager Patryk Walczak patrick@le-departement.com
 
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