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Fundraising for 9 March Project 2021: Moscow Contemporary Jewelry Show Dedicated to Borders

Fundraising  /  23 Sep 2021  -  24 Oct 2021
Published: 12.10.2021
Fundraising for 9 March Project 2021: Moscow Contemporary Jewelry Show Dedicated to Borders.
Winzavod Contemporary Art Center
Management:
Katia Rabey, Masha Starikova, Alexandra Pavlovskaya
DEADLINE: 24/10/2021
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Intro
“9 March Project” is a contemporary jewelry curatorial collective based in Moscow, Russia, where the field of contemporary jewelry is not yet widely known. After one successful international show the Project curated in Moscow state gallery Ground Solyanka, the organizers are preparing the second one in an even bigger venue – Winzavod Contemporary Art Center in the hope that it will bring the field of contemporary jewelry in Russia closer to being perceived as a legitimate art form.
The Project currently lacks the funds to print the catalogue for the new exhibition called "Double Yellow Line. International contemporary jewelry show about borders: political, geographical, cultural". In order to fix that, organizers created a possibility to pre-order a copy of it as a way of crowdfunding. The catalogue is written in 2 languages (English and Russian) and shows works of more than 60 artists from all over the world dedicated to the theme of borders – geographical, political, cultural. It includes the works of such stars as Ruudt Peters, Felieke van der Leest and Jana Machatova – as well as works of new talents from Russia, India, China, Israel and many other places.

The Russian crowdfunding platform “Planeta” offers a possibility to help the project either with any sum of donor’s choosing, either by pre-ordering from a number of rewards: postcards, merchandise, catalogue of the previous show dedicated to feminism, new catalogue, two catalogues together with a discount price or a guided tour of the show (the last bid available only for in-person visitors).


> The link to the crowdfunding campaign on Planeta (to see the texts in English, scroll down).

“9 March Project” would appreciate any support from fellow contemporary jewelry enthusiasts – either in helping to finance the catalogue of the show or in spreading the word!

 
Jana Machatova. Brooch: Kiss the Frog, 2012. Silver,paper in lamineted plastic,gold foil. 10 x 9 x 1.5 cm. From series: Love is love. Jana Machatova
Brooch: Kiss the Frog, 2012
Silver,paper in lamineted plastic,gold foil
10 x 9 x 1.5 cm
From series: Love is love
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Anat Aboucaya. Necklace: Parting Line, 2015. Rubber print plate, silver, paint, textile thread, pearls, silver chain.. Photo by: Daniel Sharif. Anat Aboucaya
Necklace: Parting Line, 2015
Rubber print plate, silver, paint, textile thread, pearls, silver chain.
Photo by: Daniel Sharif
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Katia Rabey. Pendant: Easy Bush Car, 2021. Brass, Aluminium, Silver. Photo by: Alexandra Pavlovskaya. Katia Rabey
Pendant: Easy Bush Car, 2021
Brass, Aluminium, Silver
Photo by: Alexandra Pavlovskaya
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Keren Gispan. Brooch: Misconception of Control, 2020. Wood, silver.. Photo by: Rafi Schoffman. Keren Gispan
Brooch: Misconception of Control, 2020
Wood, silver.
Photo by: Rafi Schoffman
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Suyu Chen. Brooch: People's Park Portrait, 2021. Steel, sterling silver, stainless steel.. Photo by: Suyu Chen. Suyu Chen
Brooch: People's Park Portrait, 2021
Steel, sterling silver, stainless steel.
Photo by: Suyu Chen
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Tatiana Korneva. Necklace: In Limbo, 2021. Oxidized brass.. Photo by: Tatiana Korneva. Tatiana Korneva
Necklace: In Limbo, 2021
Oxidized brass.
Photo by: Tatiana Korneva
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