Thursday Talks: uncommon matters by Amélie Riech

Lectures  /  15 Oct 2020
Published: 08.10.2020

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The Object & Jewellery department, PXL-MAD School of Arts, Hasselt (BE) kindly invites you to the lecture of Amélie Riech, on the 15th of October, 7 pm (CET). Amélie Riech, the founder of uncommon matters, with the background of architeture and fashion design, created jewellery in her sculptural and artistic language.

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About Amélie Riech
Amélie Riech’s designs are driven by a refined view of minimalism paired with a love of traditional artisanal methods. She trained as an architect, and holds a diploma in fashion design, but found her true calling creating sculptural jewelry and artistic pieces for her uncommon matters line. Additionally, Amélie Riech has designed capsule jewelry and accessories collections as well as lifestyle and fragrance products for Hugo BossHermès Paris, the house of Paco RabanneRoksanda Ilincic, and French silversmith Christofle.
uncommon matters works are regularly exhibited at contemporary art and design galleries worldwide, including Mouvements Modernes and Minimasterpieces in Paris, Oona in Berlin, Salon 94 Bowery in NY.  They are also stocked in museums stores such as Cooper Hewitt, Musèe des Arts Deco, Moma Museum and Hauser Wirth Gallery
Each piece is formed in concert with a design philosophy informed by experimental and conceptual daring, confident minimalism and special execution. Amelie Riech’s newest works are larger scale - sculptures that take the ideas she honed in her jewelry, and magnifying them to installation size.
I want to create  ‘New classics’ for women with attitude and originality. With my work I want to create an impact and an aesthetic experience. My jewellery is a statement that underlines a woman’s personality. It’s about simplicity and sophistication.
/ Amélie Riech