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Members' event / Exhibitions
BOUTIQUE AGATHA RUIZ DE LA PRADA, PARIS, 22 February - 15 March 2013
LES SONORITE'ES DE LA COULEUR - LE SONORITA' DEL COLORE
Sarà la stilista Agatha Ruiz De La Prada ad inaugurare a Parigi la personale di Corrado De Meo (venerdì 22 febbraio, dalle ore 18 alle 21), il designer del gioiello contemporaneo, presso ...

Designers
De Meo Corrado

 

Sarà la stilista Agatha Ruiz De La Prada ad inaugurare a Parigi la personale di Corrado De Meo (venerdì 22 febbraio, dalle ore 18 alle 21), il designer del gioiello contemporaneo, presso la galleria-negozio della prestigiosa casa di moda internazionale, con la mostra “Les sonoritèes du la couleur” (Le Sonorità del Colore), fino al 15 marzo, in 9 rue de Guénégaud 75006 (quartiere di Saint Germain). E' la prima volta che un artista di gioielli italiano espone presso il negozio della famosa maison spagnola: un incontro, quello tra la stilista e il designer, suggellato dalla passione per la moda, i suoi volumi ed i colori.

L'esposizione di De Meo presenta 30 gioielli-scultura, pezzi unici non riproducibili disegnati e realizzati dal designer appositamente per la mostra, alcuni dei quali impreziositi da trame di tessuto, in una trait d' union ideale tra il lavoro del designer di gioielli e la stilista di moda. La mostra dedicata al colore e alle sue vibrazioni è un vero e proprio omaggio alla stilista che da sempre utilizza i cromatismi per caratterizzare le proprie collezioni. In occasione della mostra il designer ha inoltre ideato e creato tre istallazioni, tre “maxi – Brooches” che riproducono nel dettaglio tre delle spille in esposizione.

De Meo, che vive e lavora a Livorno, dal 2007 è presente con due pezzi - un bracciale ed una collana – nella collezione permanente del Museo degli Argenti di Palazzo Pitti a Firenze, nella sezione dedicata al gioiello contemporaneo. I suoi gioielli, creati con materiali che spaziano dall'oro all'argento - rifiniti da sofisticate tecniche di ossidatura, fino ad approdare a sofisticate strutture di carta dipinta - colpiscono per le loro dimensioni scultoree e sono famosi per spiazzare il fruitore grazie alla loro inaspettata leggerezza.

Volutamente provocatorie, le opere dell'artista, spiccano per un'attenzione particolare verso i volumi che fanno pensare ad oggetti estremamente pesanti, idea che si dissolve non appena vengono indossati rivelandone l'inaspettata leggerezza, resa possibile grazie alla tecnica usata dal designer e di cui è pioniere in Italia.

“I vestiti di Agatha ed i miei gioielli – ha spiegato il designer italiano – hanno la medesima intensità “vitale”. Agatha si esprime attraverso l'uso armonico di tessuti dai colori accesi, mentre io lavoro sul dialogo tra colore e forma, armonizzando il passaggio tra l emozione visiva evocata dal colore e le sue vibrazioni, fino ad arrivare alla sua concretizzazione nella 'forma – gioiello' finale”.

Current events


Members' event / Exhibitions
TORINO, 12 March 2015 - 30 April 2016
CREATIVITY FOR MAN
Aqto, Isabelle Busnel, Carlo A. Tramunto, Lucilla Giovanninetti, Luca Tripaldi, Paola Volpi
Aqto, Isabelle Busnel, Carlo A. Tramunto, Lucilla Giovanninetti, Luca Tripaldi, Paola Volpi

Members' event / Exhibitions
chemnitz, 8 December 2015 - 15 February 2016
most excellent
exhibition talks behaviors of heros
exhibition talks behaviors of heros

Members' event / Exhibitions
1 January - 29 February 2016
SIMONA MATERI Project room UN-WEARABLE LANDSCAPES
Project room UN-WEARABLE LANDSCAPES Fashion / Design / Photography / Performance by Fulvio Ravagnani http://www.pittidiscovery.com/en/discovery/project-room/project-room.html In our...
Project room UN-WEARABLE LANDSCAPES
Fashion / Design / Photography / Performance by Fulvio Ravagnani
http://www.pittidiscovery.com/en/discovery/project-room/project-room.html

In our continual wandering, between forms of creativity and inspiration that invade our imagination, in this project room we want to show you the work of Simona Materi, a designer who has mastered plastic techniques that are concrete and visionary at the same time. Here is what she told us about herself....

Tell me about how you started out, when did you know this would be your path?
In 1997 when I decided to enrol myself in the first jewellery school of the "Tarì Foundation", the educational director asked me to really think seriously before leaving my day job and let me attend courses for a few months before definitively enrolling. The first challenge that I was given was to summarize my relationship with material and design into a small object. The successful expression of a small aesthetic thought was the first step towards what became an increasing interest in the world of classical and later contemporary jewellery. With the latter, I was finally able to express myself, creating jewels that aspired to be wearable works of art. This phase of temporary enrolment in goldsmith and jewellery training helped me understand that this was the road I wanted to take. In the school library, I quickly learned about a contemporary style that had been practiced and explored by the most serious artists since the beginning of the 900s, often testing themselves in the creation of jewels. We only have to think of René Lalique and then Calder, Pablo Picasso and the more contemporary Arnaldo Pomodoro, who for a long time has influenced my production in the different artistic disciplines I've embraced.

What inspires you in your work?
"Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working", said Pablo Picasso. Most of the time I'm inspired by the material I am working. To begin to understand and test a raw material's reaction to various solicitations, this is one of my favourite experiences. The relationship with clients also stimulates me a lot. The personal relationship and the interpretation of an external aesthetic need, other than my own, as you do when creating unique pieces for a commission. It's a joy to interpret the tastes of others. Something happens when you empty your own ego to make yourself open to welcoming the other, it's a bit like a little mission, even if it's expressed through the production of something superfluous but not empty. I've worked innumerable types of material from precious metals to decidedly less noble materials such as iron, copper and lead, from precious woods to industrial silicone.

Speaking of the differences between art and design, how do you feel about it?
Instinctively if I think about art and design, I apply a distinction that depends on the functionality of that which I plan or create. If it's functional, it serves the creative purpose of the design; if it's merely expressive, then the direction is art. Then I think of Bruno Mundari or Enzi Mari and I don't feel I have the right to express an opinion about it and I continue to read and study their teaching and that of many other artists and designers.
In my case creative projects reflect my creative requirement to satisfy my need for expression, a response to a question no one has asked me, as in the case of "un-wearable landscape", where I have seized on landscape as a concept, seeking the intermingling of artistic disciplines that I have tackled through the years. I've often worked on this theme, in graphics and design, as well as in sculpture. Often landscape has represented a dimension that has to be internalized to be usable. The un-wearability or wearability is really the sense of estrangement that we are trying to interpret as part of our human experience. When I explore myself through design, as is the case with some of my contemporary jewel collections, I instinctively aim to strip back the form I am representing of all its useless aesthetics to reveal its essence. However, I heed the rules of design before I make the jewelled object I'm creating into a prototype.

I would like you to talk to me about “Un-wearable landscapes”, a project of yours that has captivated me.
The project was born for the collective exhibition "Reflections of material", planned in January 2014 at the Philobiblon of Rome. Essentially, it was a retrospective on the state of contemporary copper engraving that intended to leave the content open to the taste and professional skill of the artists involved, allowing them to experiment with materials accordingly. We produced cards, objects and installations, given that almost no engravers managed to use only etching. To fulfil my need to find a link between the various disciplines I practice – copper etching, contemporary jewellery, technology and aesthetics of image – I created some items in copper with the support of plasma cutting technology, then progressing to dry copper etching, and finally using oxidation I coloured the product and interpreted its wearability/un-wearability. “Un-wearable Landscapes” is composed of a pendant, a bracelet and a necklace that recall the structure of a map, an imaginary map, a place that doesn't exist. Technically, the work is realised with an oversized sheet shaped from glazed cut iron, therefore it isn't exactly wearable, certainly not comfortably, but is a rather a nod to wearability.


Discovery more on: simonamateri.com

Members' event / Awards
Ziano Piacentino, 1 January - 22 May 2016
Gioielli in Fermento - Premio Torre Fornello 2016
ART AND WINE: THE ANALOGY OF GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO Turning the natural into something precious and unique The Gioielli in Fermento / Jewels in Ferment project, with its 6th edition in ...
ART AND WINE: THE ANALOGY OF GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO
Turning the natural into something precious and unique

The Gioielli in Fermento / Jewels in Ferment project, with its 6th edition in 2016, consists of a competition open to designers and art jewellers, professionals and scholars, and the related exhibit of a unique piece of jewellery inspired by the specific theme, renewed every year in concept related to the world of wine. Moreover, a section dedicated to Students has been established.
The resulting exhibition is hosted at Torre Fornello Winery which dedicated its impressive spaces to the Vineyard of Arts and feeds into a travelling exhibit during the year, in other cultural contexts related to contemporary jewellery or exploiting synergy with events related to the world of wine in the role of representative of Italian excellence.

The idea, laying since the first edition behind Gioielli in Fermento, is to emphasize a parallel path that ideally combines the two spheres of activities which are involved:
the contemporary world of ornament, the contemporary world of wine.
Inspiration, dedication, experience, research,
innovation, observation, choice, challenge …

these are all elements of the creative approach that we can use to focus both on the activities of a jewellery artist or on those of a winemaker, they constitute a similar reading of their works: both a piece of jewellery or a sip of wine are evocative of the individual interpretation of the raw material chosen by their maker. In both cases the aim is

turning the natural into something precious and unique

In the year 2016 the investigation goes on reading the creative processes that can be comparable in spite of specificity of the two fields:
contemporary jewellery makers, as well as wine-makers, within their authenticity, are torn forever between freedom and constraint.

Earth, nature, technologies, spaces, give us the freedom to choose, to act, to express ourselves, and yet objective or subjective limits, misconceptions or conventions, affect our work, the creative attitude, and even expectations or requirements of our counterparts.


All info with the
Downloadable Announcement

Deadline January 31, 2016

Members' event / Exhibitions
Vicenza, 22 January - 1 May 2016
SKIN: la superficie del gioiello
SKIN: la superficie del gioiello La mostra "Skin: la superficie del gioiello" guarda al gioiello attraverso una chiave di lettura inedita quale è quella della superficie presen...

Designers
Antonello Francesca, Beccaria Silvia, Biamonti Maura, Bonati Patrizia, Fornari Anna, Forte Laura, Giovanninetti Lucilla, Maggio Letizia, Montebello GianCarlo, Picciali Marco, Polenghi Lisca Alba, Repetto Daniela, Riccoboni Carla, Risolo Roberta, Rocco Maddalena, Uderzo Barbara, Valenti Silvia, Volpi Laura

 

SKIN: la superficie del gioiello
La mostra "Skin: la superficie del gioiello" guarda al gioiello attraverso una chiave di lettura inedita quale è quella della superficie presentando le opere di settantasette artisti, designer e artigiani secondo le diverse accezioni di pelle come sperimentazione, metamorfosi, narrazione, contatto, dualismo, innesto.
La mostra “Skin: la superficie del gioiello”, curata da Alba Cappellieri e Livia Tenuta, illustra le diverse interpretazioni di superfici nel gioiello contemporaneo, in particolare nella spilla, attraverso l'utilizzo di tecniche tradizionali e innovative, il colore, le strutture e i volumi. L'esposizione raccoglie i lavori di oltre 70 artisti affermati e designer orafi italiani e internazionali che hanno saputo dare dimensione e profondità al tema della “superficie” nel mondo del gioiello.

Gli artisti che hanno realizzato le opere in mostra sono: Senay Akin, Barbara Antolini, Alessia Ansaldi, Francesca Antonello, Sanae Asayama, Rosalba Balsamo, Silvia Beccaria, Emanuela Bergonzoni, Maura Biamonti, Dana Bloom, Giulia Boccafogli, Patrizia Bonati, Massimiliano Bonoli per Mattia Cielo, Fabrizio Bonvicini, Luisa Bruni, Margherita Burgener, Fabio Cammarata, Maria Jennifer Carew, Alessandro Cremonesi, Isabella Del Bono, Elviro Di Meo e Antonio Rossetti, Sandra Dipinto, Anna Fornari, Laura Forte, Emma Francesconi, Stefano Fronza, Francesca Gabrielli, Lucilla Giovanninetti, Heidemarie Herb, Laura Lanaro, Marta Laudani e Marco Romanelli, Benjamin Lignel, Limodoro, Eliana Lorena, Stefania Lucchetta, Letizia Maggio, Laura Magro, Alba Rosa Mancini, Manuganda, Stefano Marchetti, Alberto Mariani, Mattioli, Tomoko Mizu, GianCarlo Montebello, Nach Bijoux, Kazumi Nagano, Olga Noronha, Barbara Paganin, Jinbi Park, Ricardo Peiro, Marco Picciali, Alba Polenghi Lisca, Patrizia Pompeo, Patricia Posada, Paolo Quagliotto, Claudio Ranfagni, Daniela Repetto, Carla Riccoboni, Ivana Riggi, Roberta Risolo, James Rivière, Maddalena Rocco, Stenia Scarselli, Gianluca Staffolani, Barbara Uderzo, Silvia Valenti, Federico Vianello, Francesca Villa, Violavaleriano, Cristian Visentin, Laura Volpi, Andy Yuk, Chiara Zanetti, Cristina Zani, Roberto Zanon.

Members' event / Exhibitions
Wien, 3 February - 5 March 2016
Nicola Heidemann, Maria Baumschlager 25 Jahre Galerie Slavik Wien
13 Feb. 3 p.m. artists' talk with Nicola Heidemann and Maria Baumschlager, presentation: Elga Reiter Breathtaking feather adornment - a perfect picture of nature

Designers
Heidemann Nicola

 

13 Feb. 3 p.m.
artists' talk
with Nicola Heidemann and
Maria Baumschlager,
presentation: Elga Reiter

Breathtaking feather adornment - a perfect picture of nature

Next events


Agc event / Conferences
Brescia, 20 February 2016
Presentazione del catalogo Collezione Permanente Fondazione Cominelli
The "Cominelli Foundation Permanent Collection" of jewellery was established in 2010 by a partnership between the Foundation and agc, the Italian association of contemporary jew...

Designers
Antonello Francesca, Bloomard Adrean, Bonati Patrizia, De Meo Corrado, Von Dohnanyi Babette, Dupre` Elisabetta, Franzin Maria Rosa, Ingegno Eugenia, Marcangelo Rita, Mariani Gigi, de Martino Norante Margherita, Minelli Marco, Montebello GianCarlo, Pattihis Liana, Polenghi Lisca Alba, Riccoboni Carla, Scarpitti Chiara, Stagni Maurizio, Cigognetti Tornquist Rossella, Uderzo Barbara

 

The "Cominelli Foundation Permanent Collection" of jewellery was established in 2010 by a partnership between the Foundation and agc, the Italian association of contemporary jewellery. In a few years it has already become an important reference point for enthusiasts, collectors and professionals and its purpose is to preserve and enhance the works through the permanent exhibition in the Foundation's headquarters and temporary exhibitions also in other prestigious venues. Rita Marcangelo, who took curatorship of the collection in 2012, has made a subdivsion of the work into four main areas: conceptual jewellery, design jewellery, jewellery exploring historical research and exploring aesthetic research.

The Conceptual Jewellery area includes works which primarily focus on philosophical and conceptual aspects, investigating the world of jewellery and its relationship to our lives. The Design Jewellery section brings together pieces which explore the concept of reproducibility by studying the relationship between communication, materials and new constructive techniques. The Historical Research Jewellery section brings together all pieces with an historical background and focuses on the analysis of forms and techniques of the past. The Aesthetic Research Jewellery section contains pieces in which the principal research focuses on aesthetics and is intended as the study of proportion and harmony.

The aim therefore is to provide the viewer with a key to the interpretation, so that even non-experts may analyze contemporary jewellery properly and appreciate what they are observing.

75 ArtistS in Permanent Collection
Farrah Al-Dujaili, Karin Roy Andersson
Francesca Antonello, Suzanne Beautyman
Nikolai Balabin, Patrizia Bonati
Adrean Bloomard, Donna Brennan,
Trinidad Contreras, Carole Deltenre,
Corrado De Meo, Emanuela Deyanova Ramjuly
Babette Von Dohnanyi, Sungho Cho
Diana Dudek, Elisabetta Dupre
Beate Eismann, Maria Rosa Franzin
Simone Giesen, Tamara Grüner
Dana Hakim, Catarina Hällzon
Joohee Han, Heidemarie Herb
Makoto Hieda, Yu Hiraishi
Marta Hryc, Heejin Hwang
Eugenia Ingegno, Meiri Ishida
Amira Jalet, Kaori Juzu
Satomi Kawai, Jimin Kim, Seul-Gi Kwon
Agnes Larsson, Hadas Levin, Kadri Mälk
Rita Marcangelo, Gigi Mariani
Margherita De Martino Norante,
Marco Minelli, Giancarlo Montebello
Mi-Mi Moscow, Judy McCaig
Kazumi Nagano, Eiko Nakahara
Barbara Paganin, Liana Pattihis
Alba Polenghi Lisca, Uli Rapp
Carla Riccoboni, Giulia Savino
Chiara Scarpitti, Isabell Schaupp
Francine Schloeth, Rossella Tornquist
Giovanni Sicuro, Katrin Spranger
Gisbert Stach, Maurizio Stagni
Bernhard Stimpfl-Abele, Yuki Sumiya
Jie Sun, Sanna Svedestedt
Michelle Taylor, Sam Tho Duong
Vivi Touloumidi, Silke Trekel
Fabrizio Tridenti, Jessica Turrell
Barbara Uderzo, Giorgio Vigna
Shu-Lin Wu, Marion Delarue

Agc event / Exhibitions
Cisano San Felice del Benaco, 20 March 2016 - 20 November 2019
PERMANENT COLLECTION COMINELLI FOUNDATION
Cominelli Foundation hosts 75 international artists representing contemporary jewelery world. List the names of the artists in Permanent Collection. ADREAN BLOOMARD, AGNES LARSSON...
Cominelli Foundation hosts 75 international artists representing contemporary jewelery world.
List the names of the artists in Permanent Collection.

ADREAN BLOOMARD, AGNES LARSSON, ALBA POLENGHI LISCA, AMIRA JALET, BABETTE VON DOHNANYI, BARBARA PAGANIN, BARBARA UDERZO, BEATE EISMANN, BERNHARD STIMPFL-ABELE, CARLA RICCOBONI, CAROLE DELTENRE CATARINA HALLZON, CHIARA SCARPITTI, CORRADO DE MEO, DANA HAKIM, DIANA DUDEK, DONNA BRENNAN, EIKO NAKAHARA, ELISABETTA DUPRÉ, EMANUELA DEYANOVA RAMJULI, EUGENIA INGEGNO, FABRIZIO TRIDENTI, FARRAH AL-DUJAILI, FRANCESCA ANTONELLO, FRANCINE SCHLOETH, GIANCARLO MONTEBELLO, GIGI MARIANI, GIORGIO VIGNA, GIOVANNI SICURO, GISBERT STACH, GIULIA SAVINO, HADAS LEVIN, HEEJIN HWANG, HEIDEMARIE HERB, ISABELL SCHAUPP, JESSICA TURRELL, JIE SUN, JIMIN KIM, JOOHEE HAN, JUDY MCCAIG, KADRI MALK, KAORI JUZU, KATRIN SPRANGER, KAZUMI NAGANO, LIANA PATTIHIS, MAKOTO HIEDA, MARCO MINELLI, MARGHERITA DE MARTINO NORANTE, MARIA ROSA FRANZIN, MARTA HRYC, MAURIZIO STAGNI, MEIRI ISHIDA, MI-MI MOSCOW, MICHELLE TAYLOR, NIKOLAI BALABIN, PATRIZIA BONATI, RITA MARCANGELO, ROSSELLA TORNQUIST, SAM THO DUONG, SANNA SVEDESTEDT, SATOMI KAWAI, SEULGI KWON, SHU-LIN WU, SILKE TREKEL, SIMONE GIESEN, SUNGHO CHO, SUZANNE BEAUTYMAN, TAMARA GRÜNER, TRINIDAD CONTRERAS, ULI RAPP, YU HIRAISHI, YUKI SUMIYA, VIVI TOULOUMIDI

Past events


Members' event / Exhibitions
MACEF, RHO - MILANO FIERA, 29 January - 1 February 2016
HOMI | SPERIMENTA FASHION AND JEWELS
Eleonora Ghilardi presenta le nuove collezioni ad HOMI SPERIMENTA FASHION AND JEWEL PADIGLIONE 1 STAND A 28 new website ! www.eleonoraghilardi.com info@eleonoraghilardi.com w...

Designers
Ghilardi Eleonora

 

Eleonora Ghilardi presenta le nuove collezioni ad
HOMI
SPERIMENTA FASHION AND JEWEL
PADIGLIONE 1
STAND A 28

new website ! www.eleonoraghilardi.com

info@eleonoraghilardi.com
www.facebook.com/EGGhilardiEleonoraCeramicheGioielli
instagram @elevittghi
pinterest elyvit

le nuove linee sono ispirate dal recente viaggio in Cina...HUTONG | BAMBOO | LOTUS e SHANGHAI racchiudono i colori e le forme di luoghi bellissimi
saranno anche esposti pezzi unici in bronzo ed argento, ad anticipare le prossime collezioni F/W 2016
GOTHAM e GOTHIC

Members' event / Exhibitions
Pechino, 15 - 31 December 2015
Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennial 2015
Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennial, Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, China 16-30 December 2015 The exhibition is part of the events planned for 2015 Beijing Design We...
Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennial, Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, China
16-30 December 2015

The exhibition is part of the events planned for 2015 Beijing Design Week. Themed by “Jewelry - Boundless”, this event is designed to showcase how different cultures exchange, integrate, even collide, so as to promote the development of diversified jewelry creation and provide a platform for various artistic design concepts to interact.

Organizer:
Host: Executive Committee of Beijing Design Week,Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
Organizer: School of art & design,Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
Co-organizer: China International Design Industry Union, Beijing Design Society, "Design" magazine

Contact:
www.futuredesign.cn
E-mail: jewelryart@futuredesign.cn
Address: The Organization Committee of 2015 Beijing International Jewelry Art Biennial,Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, No.2, East Yinghua Road, North End of Heping St., Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029

Members' event / Exhibitions
Torino, 27 November 2015 - 3 January 2016
dieci incanti 5

Next event
20 February 2016
 
Presentazione del catalogo Collezione Permanente Fondazione Cominelli
 
 
at
Museo Santa Giulia Brescia
 
 
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