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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
Shanghai, 28 April 2013 - 30 April 2015
La verità dei materiali: l'Italia in Cina
In collaborazione con La Triennale di Milano e lo studio Cerri & Associati Lunedi' 29 aprile 2013 lo Shanghai Italian Center, ad un anno esatto dalla sua apertura, ha ufficialmente ina...

Designers
Bruni Luisa

 

In collaborazione con La Triennale di Milano e lo studio Cerri & Associati

Lunedi' 29 aprile 2013 lo Shanghai Italian Center, ad un anno esatto dalla sua apertura, ha ufficialmente inaugurato la nuova mostra “La verita' dei materiali. Italia in Cina”.
“La mostra La verita' dei materiali – ha detto il Console Generale De Luca - e' il frutto di uno splendido lavoro curatoriale di TRIENNALE di Milano, uno dei musei di design piu' importanti in tutto il mondo, ICE e Ministero dell'Ambiente hanno supportato finanziariamente la sua organizzazione per il suo straordinario valore artistico e di grande per il Made in Italy. Il tema dei materiali rappresenta perfettamente l'eccellenza italiana nel trasformare la materia prima in oggetti di grande valore estetico e funzionale.”

Members' event / Workshops
Padova, 20 January 2014 - 31 December 2015
CORSO DI OREFICERIA
GOLDSMITH COURSE Learn how to design and make your own jewellery 50 hrs course This course is meant for beginners as well as for those who have advanced making skills and want to...

Designers
Betto Fernando

 

GOLDSMITH COURSE

Learn how to design and make your own jewellery

50 hrs course

This course is meant for beginners as well as for those who have advanced making skills and want to improve them. It will lead to the making of a jewel and offer a great bench-work experience

Different techniques will be taught such as melting, forming, fretwork and soldering , and you will learn how to use the most common tools.

You will try gold as well as copper, silver and plastic materials in designing and making your piece according to the classical techniques of modern jewellery.

COST:

For the information about the cost visit the website www.oficinadarte.it

Tools and materials will be provided during the course

The course is taught on a one-to-one basis.

Dates and timetable can be arranged


Full immersion goldsmith workshop

Learn how to design and make your own jewellery

This intensive two-day workshop (18 hrs) is meant for beginners as well as for those who want to improve their skills.
Participants will create their own silver piece, from metal melting to producing a unique jewel.
They will be taught different techniques such as melting, forming, fretwork and soldering , and they will learn how to use the most common tools.

COST :

For the information about the cost visit the website www.oficinadarte.it

Tools are provided .

The course is taught on a one-to-one basis.

Dates and timetable can be arranged.



Teacher: Fernando Betto

Artist/jewellery maker in Padua, Fernando Betto got his diploma at Istituto d'Arte P. Selvatico in 1978,then improved his skills working with jewellers in the area of Padua and Vicenza.

Thirty years later, in 2011,he started Oficinad'arte- showroom and studio –in the centre of Padua, where he keeps experimenting different materials and approaches combining the traditional techniques of the prestigious Paduan school with new modes.

ENROLMENT AND ENQUIRIES:

info@oficinadarte.it www.oficinadarte.it

tel. +39 049 9875874 cel / 335 8136052

Courses will be held at Oficinad'arte showroom/studio in Via Dante, 56 – Padua




The subscription offer a visit to the principal museusm of the city of Padua. Participants have the right to a free entrance in some of the most important museums of the city offer by Oficinad'arte.
For who will need is also possible to overnight in an agreed structure.

Other event / Workshops
Milano, 7 September 2014 - 31 May 2015
MASTER OF ARTS IN DESIGN 2015 -
The foundation for the arts and artistic craftmanship Creative Academy is an international postgraduate school specializing in design, opened in Milan by the Richemont Group. It runs c...
The foundation for the arts and artistic craftmanship

Creative Academy is an international postgraduate school specializing in design, opened in Milan by the Richemont Group. It runs courses at master level that teach undergraduates or post-specialisation school students creativity applied to products.The activities of Creative Academy are supported by Cologni's Foundation for the Arts and Artistic Craftsmanship with many projects and initiatives under the sign of the common interest for “know how” and young people formation.
Email: info.italia@creative-academy.com

PARTNER
Cologni's Foundation for the Arts and Artistic Craftsmanship is a non-profit private institution born in Milan in 1995 thanks to the will of Franco Cologni, who is its President.

Its initiatives, all orientated to the defence and the promotion of the arts and artistic craftsmanship, are turned to young people: train new generations of craftsmen, preserving the artistic craftsmanship from their disappearance. In addition there are numerous activities turned to encourage young people to undertake some contemporary craftsmanship (as the photographer, the designer, the copywriter… ) that offer job opportunities.
Go to Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d'Arte »

Other event / Workshops
GINEVRA, 7 September 2014 - 31 May 2015
HAUTE ÉCOLE D'ART ET DE DESIGN - GENÈVE GENEVA UNIVERSITY OF ART AND DESIGN
En quelques décennies, les bijoux se sont complètement transformés, suivant les évolutions dumonde de l'art. Ils ont bouleversé les codes et les usages, se sont déplacés sur les têtes et ...
En quelques décennies, les bijoux se sont complètement transformés, suivant les évolutions dumonde de l'art. Ils ont bouleversé les codes et les usages, se sont déplacés sur les têtes et les corps. La modestie des matériaux utilisés – les métaux rouillés pour Philip Sajet, le titane pour Fabrice Schaefer ou encore le chocolat pour Naomi Filmer – contraste avec la somptuosité des pièces proposées. Ce documentaire s'intéresse aux bijoux contemporains les plus surprenants à travers une école de créateurs d'avant-garde, la Haute école d'art et de design de Genève (HEAD), et explore, en compagnie de l'historienne de l'art Elizabeth Fischer, cette révolution du bijou.

Members' event / Workshops
Padova, 14 September 2014 - 12 June 2015
ISTITUTO PIETRO SELVATICO, A PADOVA NUOVO CORSO SERALE DI ARTI FIGURATIVE SCULTURA E DESIGN DI OREFICERIA
Sono aperte le iscrizioni al NUOVO CORSO SERALE Indirizzi: ARTI FIGURATIVE SCULTURA e DESIGN DELL'OREFICERIA. Un incontro informativo si svolgerà mercoledì 4 giugno 2014 alle ore 17....
Sono aperte le iscrizioni al NUOVO CORSO SERALE Indirizzi: ARTI FIGURATIVE SCULTURA e DESIGN DELL'OREFICERIA.

Un incontro informativo si svolgerà mercoledì 4 giugno 2014 alle ore 17.30 presso la sede Centrale di Largo Meneghetti 1.

Members' event / Exhibitions
Milano, 29 October 2014 - 20 November 2015
Trame luminose
la Galleria Fatto ad Arte presenta lampade e gioielli in porcellana di Nicoletta Dal Vera

Designers
Dal Vera Nicoletta

 

la Galleria Fatto ad Arte presenta lampade e gioielli in porcellana di Nicoletta Dal Vera

Agc event / Exhibitions
Tokyo, 31 December 2014 - 30 September 2015
DIALOGHI tra AGC e JJDA Associazione gioiello contemporaneo Giapponese
Progetto/Project DIALOGHI - DIALOGUES - AGC/JJDA Japanese selected authors FUJIMOTO Nahoko, HATANAKA Noriko, HIRAKAWA Fumie, IINO Kimiko, ITO Satomi, KASHIHARA Erina, KIYOTA Tom...
Progetto/Project DIALOGHI - DIALOGUES - AGC/JJDA

Japanese selected authors

FUJIMOTO Nahoko, HATANAKA Noriko, HIRAKAWA Fumie, IINO Kimiko, ITO Satomi, KASHIHARA Erina, KIYOTA Tomoaki , KIUCHI Norihiro , KOBARI Keiko, KOBAYAKAWA Mariko, KOJIMA Takashi, MATSUURA Mineri, MISHIMA Itto, NAKAHARA Eiko, NAKAJIMA Nagi, NARUMI Taeko, OSHIMA Yayoi, SATO Yoko, SHIGETA Emiko, SHIRAO Yumi, SUGA Mario, SUMA Fumie, TAGUCHI Fumiki, TAKAGI Chisa, TAKANAKA Harumi, TANEZAWA Setsuko, TSUBOI Keiko, UCHIDA Yoshiko, UNNO Eriko, WASHIMI Nobuko, YAMAZAKI Sumiko, YASUGI Mayumi, YUKI Makiko, H IEDA Makoto, HIRAKO Koichi, KITADA Michie, KOMIYA Takako, NAGAI Yutaka, NISHIWAKI Nobuko, SAWAMOTO Masako,

Italian selected authors

Francesca ANTONELLO, Adrean BLOOMARD, Roberta BERNABEI, Patrizia BONATI Anna Maria CARDILLO, Luisa CHIANDOTTO, Corrado DE MEO, Clara DEL PAPA, Elisabetta DUPRE', Flavia FENAROLI, Anna FORNARI, Rita MARCANGELO, Maria Rosa FRANZIN, Nicoletta FRIGERIO, Lucilla GIOVANNINETTI, Angelo LOMUSCIO, Chiara LUCATO, Gigi MARIANI, Simona MATERI, Marco MINELLI, Paola MIRAI, NALJ Jewels, Eliana NEGRONI, Margareta NIEL, Tania PALAZZI, Liana PATTIHIS, Alessandra PASINI, Roberta PAVONE, Marco PICCIALI, Alba POLENGHI LISCA, Daniela REPETTO, Stefano ROSSI, Chiara SCARPITTI, Sergio SPIVACH, Stefano SPIVACH, Claudia STEINER, Yoko TAKIRAI, Silvia VALENTI, Barbara UDERZO, Gabi VEIT, Caterina ZANCA.

Sedi:
- Istituto di Cultura di Tokyo
Esposizione 3 – 11 luglio 2015

- Museo del gioiello di Kofu (YAMANASI) http://www.pref.yamanashi.jp/yjm/en/index.html
Esposizione 19 – 28 settembre 2015

- Museo Oratorio di San Rocco a Padova
Esposizione settembre 2016

Members' event / Conferences
Pistoia, 1 January - 28 February 2015
Il Gioiello Contemporaneo: cronaca di una morte annunciata? MAKE IT POP! Zest Today Magazine - articolo a cura di Silvia Valenti
Silvia Valenti legge criticamente la dimensione attuale del Gioiello Contemporaneo. L'articolo pubblicato sul magazine culturale on line Zest Today, inaugura la serie progettuale dedic...
Silvia Valenti legge criticamente la dimensione attuale del Gioiello Contemporaneo.

L'articolo pubblicato sul magazine culturale on line Zest Today, inaugura la serie progettuale dedicata a questo universo.

Members' event / Awards
Ziano Piacentino, 1 January - 20 May 2015
Gioielli in... fermento - Premio Torre Fornello 2015
Gioielli in... Fermento 2015 - Premio Torre Fornello Jewels in Ferment | contemporary jewellery exhibition Torre Fornello Award May 3-20. 2015 | fifth edition Opening Sunday May 3rd ...
Gioielli in... Fermento 2015 - Premio Torre Fornello
Jewels in Ferment | contemporary jewellery exhibition Torre Fornello Award
May 3-20. 2015 | fifth edition

Opening Sunday May 3rd 4pm. at Torre Fornello Vineyard, Fornello di Ziano Piacentino, Italian Wine District, Italy

in collaboration with AGC – Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo
JOYA Art Jewellery Fair Barcelona
Klimt02 International Art Jewellery online
SBLU_spazioalbello (Non di solo pane - project for EXPO2015)

A competition open to designers, artists, goldsmiths and craftsmen, scholars and professionals, for
an unreleased piece of jewellery inspired by the following theme:

#unconventionaljewellery
substantial | spiritual precious | affordable contemporary body ornaments

Every year Gioielli in Fermento aims to gather the infinitely individual expressions of contemporary jewellery authors in relation to popular passions: wine and territories, following the way to an intimate tale around the wine and looking at its terroir as an ensemble of cultural deeprooted issues to be inspired and to be involved in.
The Gioielli in Fermento / Jewels in Ferment project, with its 5th edition in 2015, 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 a specific theme which is renewed every year in concept related to the world of wine. From this edition onwards a section dedicated to Students is established.

Deadline: February 28 2015

The theme of the year 2015 edition focuses on the substantial value of jewellery to be considered as food for the soul, able to satisfy new expressive needs in the contemporary age, both for the jewellery makers and for their audience who feels its attraction and choose to wear a kind of un-conventional jewellery.
It could be a unique piece or a multiple from a limited edition, though still unpublished, with a direct
and strong relation between the maker and the observer and wearer. So this is the adopted comparison with wine tasting to help people choose a wine / a piece of jewellery / satisfying a balance
between their own values in substantial and spiritual, precious and affordable terms.
In addition to this, some research item might be related to one of the design themes of the further
project "Non di solo pane / Not Just Bread" (*) which might mark this statement with a body ornament
either inspired to this kind of psychological nourishment.
#foodforYourSoul #unconventionaljewellery #substantialjewellery (tags on social networks)
well, this will be the inspiration of Gioielli in Fermento 2015

(*) The project "Non di solo pane/Not Just Bread" (www.sblunondisolopane.tumblr.com) is indipendent from the jewellery competition. Collaboration between the two projects will lead to the selection of some pieces from Gioielli in Fermento which will result the most interesting and linked to one of the 5 themes considered in their announcement (www.sblunondisolopane.tumblr.com) and will be awarded with a special mention "Non di solo pane/Not Just Bread" and gain parallel focus in events promoted by Sblu_spazioalbello .
It is up to the participant artist to develop his/her research and work within the proposed themes. The
assignements will be decided at the incontestable discretion of the jury.

For full informations, annoucement and entry registration please go to the website www.gioiellinfermento.com

Members' event / Conferences
PADOVA, 1 January 2015 - 29 February 2016
Il Gioiello Contemporaneo: cronaca di una morte annunciata? MAKE IT POP!
"Contemporary jewellery is dead", writes Ted Noten in the incipit of his Manifesto on the contemporary jewellery, and he offers a message of paradoxical negative sense which lea...
"Contemporary jewellery is dead", writes Ted Noten in the incipit of his Manifesto on the contemporary jewellery, and he offers a message of paradoxical negative sense which leads us to seriously reflect. In its brevity it is, in fact, a reflection of an alarming trend. The jewel of classical memory had already turned for decades into "something" else: a reactionary onrush, an existential philosophy, a symbol, a challenge.
During the process of emancipation, however, some elements in the flow of creative inspiration are shipwrecked and washed up on the beach of mere eidetic investigation. According to the Dutch designer, who loves to surprise to solicit minds, the flat electrocardiogram of recent productions makes its best impression on the walls of art galleries, put under glass and hung like a dead, expressionless body.
Ted Noten, moreover, is known for his brazen, provocative pieces and not always easy to fit. Its extreme assertion, therefore, is nothing more than the latest proof of arguing to desecrate deliberately?
Partly yes. Partly not.
"Contemporary jewellery is autistic," reiterates in the same essay.
Is the contemporary jewellery really autistic? In the sense of self referential, perhaps?
The jewel, become by this time the result of repeated, introspective retreats, celebrate itself, settle itself, elect itself, Masonicly acclaimed by those few followers who intend and share the same hypercryptical code.
Without wishing to paraphrase the entire Manifesto, it strikes the eye that the exasperated self-isolation of contemporary jewellery and what surrounds it, declares aloud its disappearance.
This is for sure a borderline position, which casts such a clear light on the sad panorama of new jewellery.
However, can we declare art deceased?
From the moment its authors get by - famous, half famous or unknown - the basic axiom predisposes us to decree art existence. Well, the contemporary jewellery is not dead! It's just curled up in an exclusive market hiding to the large public.
In the last year I have dabbled in books, articles, sacred texts, less sacred texts, exhibitions, fairs, goldsmiths, sculptors, connoisseur, critics, pseudocritics, collectors, conscious of having approached and explored only a tiny part of a gigantic, huge iceberg top. It is certain that on the contemporary jewellery rivers of ink have not been exactly spilled, and is equally obvious that there is a big lack of literature given to it. Ted Noten bluntly explicits the continuous decrease in the playfull and intrinsic value of the jewel.
He rocks the boat, causing a fervent dialogue. And that along with some other enlightened specialists such as Liesbeth den Besten and our very active Alba Cappellieri. The sore point of the matter is that in an effort to highlight something valuable, we tend to ghettoize, to make delicious food for just a few palates. The added value of art lies in its disclosure. Art needs an attractive patina that makes it desirable by all. The road to get there is the enlarged information on specific training assumptions.
This is what Alba Cappellieri is building in Italy: a network of contacts among the various representatives to define the action scenario. She has created the conditions for a successful innovation through her studies and an intercommunication project that ranging from crafts to the great chain of industrial design, touching upon fashion, costume, history. The newly formed Jewellery Museum of Vicenza is the proof!
The Italian contemporary jewellery has a long tradition, complex, fascinating and has created both artistic and industrial production entities. Its roots, therefore, are more complex than that of Northern Europe where production is the prerogative only of the individual author. The terms of the equation, however, even if moved, do not change: the great designer Gijs Bakker has never made any secret of how he were disappointed by the elitist allure that a certain type of contemporary jewellery was taking. He has always proposed, in fact, the encounter with the wide-spreading public both in comprehensive and economical terms.
Let's proceed with order.
We, with a bird's eye view from north to south, pass through different approaches and visions.
Northern Europe has a relatively young and vibrant tradition in which the art jewellery is the strong response to the Italian one founded on a rich and multifaceted knowledge acquired in a tormented sequences of changes.
Liesbeth den Besten, classifying the status quo of contemporary jewellery in six types, helps us to get in touch with a world in which, however, definitions cause doubts and uncertainty, but are illuminating to discover that under our eyes unfolds a universe not completely explored.

Contemporary jewellery, Studio jewellery, Art jewellery, Research jewellery, Jewellery design e Author jewellery could be the answer to frequently asked questions that many goldsmiths make desperately trying to find their correct position in a creativity market so difficult to read. Liesbeth den Besten also noted, that in the last fifty years the jewel has become a very personal artistic practice linked to research, closer to photography, installations, video art and performance, despite not having to share with them the same freedom of expression. The visual arts denounce mostly rotten corruption of the world with messages of horror, disgust and aversion. The jewel unlike, in its true language, should keep at least part of its primordial nature as ornament. It should not undress completely. Yet the crazy intuition of someone escapes, anyway, from the typical pigeonholing of analytical minds and offers us a vision of the jewel that with the jewel itself has not much to do except for the noble materials with which it is built. This is the case, I think, of the psyconeuroprovocative works of Lauren Kalman, the finalist at the Art Jewellery Forum Artist Award.

Members' event / Conferences
Padova, 19 January - 19 February 2015
ZEST TODAY
COMUNICARE IL GIOIELLO - Mostra: Monstrum Monstrare L'articolo pubblicato sul magazine culturale on line Zest Today, della serie progettuale dedicata al Gioiello Contemporaneo. A cura...
COMUNICARE IL GIOIELLO - Mostra: Monstrum Monstrare
L'articolo pubblicato sul magazine culturale on line Zest Today, della serie progettuale dedicata al Gioiello Contemporaneo.
A cura di Silvia Valenti

Next events


Members' event / Exhibitions
London, 31 January - 21 March 2015
Blue and Black

Designers
Scapitta Dario

 


Members' event / Exhibitions
Athens, 8 - 15 February 2015
A Jewel Made In Greece
'Unearthed' Necklace 02 Silver Chain, Copper Wire, Enamel L66cm
'Unearthed' Necklace 02
Silver Chain, Copper Wire, Enamel L66cm

Agc event
15 February 2015
ASSEMBLEA ANNUALE SOCI AGC domenica 15 febbraio ore 10.00 - 17.00 - Centro Sociale Costa Via Azzo Gardino 48 a Bologna

Other event / Awards
MONACO, 11 - 17 March 2015
GIGI MARIANI SELEZIONATO A SCHMUCK 2015
Schmuck 2015 Sonderschau der 67. Internationale Handwerksmesse München 11. – 17. März 2015, Halle B1 1. Ahola Ulla, FI 2. Beck Nicole, DE 3. Björkman Sofia, SE 4. Bliss Becky...
Schmuck 2015 Sonderschau der 67. Internationale Handwerksmesse München 11. – 17. März 2015, Halle B1


1. Ahola Ulla, FI
2. Beck Nicole, DE
3. Björkman Sofia, SE
4. Bliss Becky, NZ
5. Bove Jim, USA
6. Britton Helen, AU
7. Brovia Beatrice, SE
8. Buck Kim, DK
9. Buddeberg Florian, DE
10. Castanon Jorge, AR
11. Castro Corbat Mercedes, AR
12. Chun Eunmi, KR
13. Cole Kat, USA
14. Cottrell Simon, AU
15. Derrez Paul, NL
16. Dettar Katharina, UK
17. Diez Serrat Maria, ES
18. Dutari Maria Carolina, AR
19. Fleischhut Jantje, NL
20. Flores Sol, AR
21. Fukuchi Kyoko, JP
22. Fukuda Emi, JP
23. Galligan Aran, USA
24. Graf Christine, DE
25. Grebenickova Stanislava, CZ
26. Hiller Mirjam, DE
27. Hint Nils, EE
28. Jöckel Christiana, DE
29. Jung Junwon, DE
30. Juzu Kaori, DK
31. Kageyama Kimiaki, JP
32. Karhu Minna, FI

33. Kasonen Merle, EE
34. Klein Merlin, DE
35. van Kouswijk Manon, AU
36. Leger Anne, NO
37. Levin Hadas, IL
38. Liang Li, SE
39. Mariani Gigi, IT
40. Massey Sharon, USA
41. Minewaki Mikiko, JP
42. Moa Neke, NZ
43. Movia Carla, IT
44. Nagano Kazumi, JP
45. Olsakova Karla, CZ
46. Papcun Martin, DE
47. Peters Ruudt, NL
48. Prins Katja, NL
49. Puig Cuyás Ramon, ES
50. Rebillard Anne-Marie, CA
51. Sarneel Lucy, NL
52. Sequeira Pedro, PT
53. Singerova Martina, CZ
54. Sprimont Arnaud, BE
55. Sumiya Yuki, JP
56. Svensson Tore, SE
57. Trevino Georgina, USA
58. Turrell Jessica, UK
59. Vanmol Karen, BE
60. Walter Julia, DE
61. Watanabe Asami, JP
62. Zanella Annamaria, IT


Klassiker 2015
Karel Nowak, Tschechische Republik

Members' event / Workshops
Roma, 13 - 24 April 2015
OREFICERIA CONTEMPORANEA Corso Base

Agc event / Awards
3 - 11 July 2015
- DIALOGHI- tra AGC e JJDA Associazione gioiello contemporaneo Giapponese 3-11 luglio 2015
Project DIALOGHI - DIALOGUES To apply for selection, please send the application material (images and information) to the email: eventi@agc-it.org by 30st NOVEMBER 201...
Project DIALOGHI - DIALOGUES

To apply for selection, please send the application material (images and information) to the email:
eventi@agc-it.org by 30st NOVEMBER 2014

All applications will be sent to the JJDA Committee and selection will be made

by 20th DECEMBER 2014.

The selection material to be sent is the following:
- 6 digital images (low resolution, 72dpi) representing works from the last two years, a CV and a STATEMENT.

Past events


Members' event / Exhibitions
MACEF, RHO - MILANO, 17 - 20 January 2015
NEW COLLECTION - SPERIMENTA FASHION AND JEWEL
HOMI SPERIMENTA FASHION AND JEWEL PADIGLIONE 11 STAND R06 Presentazione delle nuove collezioni che portano avanti il concept della precedente linea Landscapes...gioielli che non sono ...

Designers
Ghilardi Eleonora

 

HOMI
SPERIMENTA FASHION AND JEWEL
PADIGLIONE 11 STAND R06
Presentazione delle nuove collezioni che portano avanti il concept della precedente linea Landscapes...gioielli che non sono decorazione, ma emozioni ed idee da indossare, ispirati da viaggi...colori....sensazioni....le nuove collezioni saranno dedicate alle Hawaii...luoghi ricchi di fascino...
HAWAIIAN WAVES, in policarbonato, porcellana ed acciaio, richiama le onde di Maui...
BIG ISLAND, porcellana, ottone, argento, si ispira ai colori accesi della lava che cola...
MAUI, porcellana, ottone, argento, richiama le alte onde delle selvagge spiagge tipiche di questa isola...
MAHALO, porcellana, ottone ed argento, è composta da piccoli fiori...un omaggio e rivisitazione della classica collana di benvenuto tipica del luogo (Oahu, isola principale...Mahalo significa "grazie" in hawaiano)...
KAUAI, porcellana, ottone ed argento, ha i colori della natura rigogliosa di questa isola...toni bruciati e verde scuro...è l'isola che indubbiamente conserva una natura ancora primordiale...

Orari HOMI : 9.30 - 18.30

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Members' event / Exhibitions
MILANO, 17 - 21 December 2014
Artistar Jewels Exhibition torna a Milano
Per tutti gli appassionati di contemporary jewellery, torna a Milano, presso lo Spazio Maimeri nel cuore di Porta Genova, la seconda edizione di Artistar. Dal 17 al 21 dicembre protagonis...
Per tutti gli appassionati di contemporary jewellery, torna a Milano, presso lo Spazio Maimeri nel cuore di Porta Genova, la seconda edizione di Artistar. Dal 17 al 21 dicembre protagoniste saranno le creazioni di 120 designer internazionali. Pezzi unici e raffinati caratterizzati dall'alto livello qualitativo e realizzati con diversi materiali, dai metalli preziosi alle pietre dure, fino ad elementi materici alternativi provenienti dal riciclo di oggetti di uso quotidiano.

Tramite l'editoria cartacea, l'organizzazione di eventi, e il web, Artistar si propone di promuovere gli artisti selezionati. Il catalogo edito da Fausto Lupetti raccoglie il lavoro dei designer e sarà distribuito agli addetti del settore, in tutte le librerie italiane e in quelle delle principali città europee. Lo shop on line www.artistarjewels.com è la piattaforma ufficiale che raccoglierà tutti i gioielli per 12 mesi, uno strumento che dà la possibilità di acquistare le esclusive creazioni in tutto il mondo.

Solo i tre designer vincitori di Artistar Contest, premiati da una giuria composta da esperti del settore, saranno ospitati la stagione successiva. Infine, i partecipanti al progetto avranno accesso alle selezioni per il temporary shop che sarà presente al prossimo Fuorisalone 2015. Enzo Carbone, fondatore della manifestazione, dichiara «Anche per quest'anno, con Artistar Jewels, abbiamo voluto mettere in luce l'immenso patrimonio creativo del Gioiello Artistico Contemporaneo. È, per me, motivo di grande orgoglio poter riproporre un progetto a cui tengo molto; riunire così tanti artisti internazionali che “parlano la stessa lingua” e coinvolgere un vasto pubblico di appassionati, è un'emozione davvero speciale».

Di Eugenia Gadaleta -


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