Parcours Bijoux 2023

Meeting  /  02 Oct 2023  -  29 Oct 2023
Published: 11.08.2023
Parcours Bijoux 2023.
Parcours Bijoux
Andrea Piñeros

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The triennial Paris event features nearly 50 events dedicated to contemporary jewellery.

From 2 to 29 October 2023, Paris is the glorious setting for a broad overview of contemporary French and international jewellery: a rare chance for visitors and professionals alike to explore this varied and prolific world in depth at various venues across the capital. Plot your itinerary, and be prepared to marvel!
An event entirely dedicated to jewellery. The 4th Parcours Bijoux is taking place in Paris in October 2023.

For almost a month, contemporary jewelry is revealed in many places in Paris. Nearly 250 jewelers, designers, visual artists and historians, French and foreign, will introduce this practice which is at the crossroads of contemporary art, fashion, crafts and design.
A major and international event, the PARCOURS BIJOUX brings together around fifty events in Paris presenting exhibitions, performances and conferences. Museums, galleries, institutions and public spaces become the showcase of a polymorphous creation that conceives the jewel as a social, anthropological and aesthetic object.
The Palais Galliera, the Gustave Moreau Museum, art galleries such as Jean Fournier, Negropontes, the exhibition space of the Bureau de design de la mode et des métiers d’arts de la Ville de Paris, among others, are institutions that will participate in celebrating the different facets of jewellery.
During PARCOURS BIJOUX, contemporary jewelry is offered in as many forms and interpretations as there are creators, know-how, personal stories, intentions and therefore paths.
Enlightened amateurs, informed collectors, but also a new public are invited to this artistic walk to meet this diversity.
This meeting aims to surprise, amaze, move… for the pleasure of all!

The D’un Bijou à l’Autre association organising the event is aiming to give a boost to contemporary jewellery by raising its profile and enhancing its international reputation.

>> Events list and map

>> Full Program Parcours Bijoux 2023

>> Time-Line (exhibitions, conferences, special events and performances).

>> Guided Tours

>> Partners

About D’un bijou à l’autre association, Organiser of Parcours Bijoux
D’un Bijou À L’Autre is a non-profit association founded in 2011 to support and organise public events on jewellery in all its forms: exhibitions, seminars, conferences and publications.
It brings together contemporary jewellery professionals and independent visual artists representing French jewellery associations including Corpus, La Garantie and Précieux Passages. They are all involved in promoting contemporary jewellery, and some for several decades.
In view of making contemporary jewellery an intrinsic part of today’s jewellery scene, in 2011 the DBAL association launched an international call for projects to create “Circuits Bijoux” in partnership with Ateliers d’Art de France. This event took place in Paris between September 2013 and March 2014.
In 2017, encouraged by the success of this initial experience, the association laid on PARCOURS BIJOUX, and consolidated the triennial event in 2020 with the third in the series.
D’un Bijou À L’Autre devised, produced and organised this major project on a voluntary basis. It was made possible through the energy, good humour and commitment of each of its members, and the participating jewellers, institutions and galleries that created or supported projects.

Andrea Piñeros – President.
Agnès Dubois – Secretary.
Claire Wolfstirn – Treasurer.
Amira Sliman, Anne Milbeau, Caroline Volcovici, Clémentine Despocq, Damaris Durlleman, Franck Massé, Galatée Pestre, Marianne Anselin,  Marion Colasse, Stella Bierrenbach. 

Friend members :
Ana-Carolina Escobar, Aude Medori, Brune Boyer, Catherine Le Gal, Céline Sylvestre, Dani Soter, Isabelle Busnel, Jordane Somville, Laurence Verdier,  Larissa Cluzet, Nathalie Perret, Sonia Ledos, Sophie Bonnet, Toktam Nourkeyhani, Ulrike Kämpfert, Valentine Herrenschmidt.