Contemporary jewelry artists from more than 15 countries around the world, meet on a common ground and join forces in an attempt to push existing boundaries, to expand their action and to promote jewelry as an art form.
(Material Quests award @ AJW 2018)
A retrospective, solo exhibition of the works of the awarded jewelry artist.
Patricia Domingues : Landscape - Object and Infinite
Edu Tarin : Vita on the making
Lodie Kardouss creates a necklace that comes to life by being performed.
The performance will be repeated on: Fri 24/5, 13.00-14.00
The jewel as a medium of expression and communication; a group exhibition by
A. Goumas, M. Fillancq, M. Mattsson, M. Masson, P. hoogeboom, Y. Vantanapindu, T. Veenre, S. Carré.
Contemporary jewelry as a common language; a group exhibition by
R. Acosta, R. Borredá, I. Busnel, G. Canal, S. Carré, I. Cavaller, G. Cohn, C. de Meo, C. Denter, I. G. Barrera, C. Gibert, h. Johansson Lindell, M. Juan, M. Lambert, D. Malev, J. McCaig, J. Moore, J. Obermaier, S. Özus, E. Prazzoli, J. ríos, S.rossi, F. Sala, n. Stylianou, i. Tristán, M. Ignacia Walker and S. Yildirim.
A project that brings together isabel Tristan’s and Gemma Canal’s unique approaches to contemporary jewelry.
In this solo exhibition, So a Björkman presents works that have been collected, worked on and reworked during the years, aiming at commenting on the concepts of inspiration and expression in relation to time and context.
A conversation between three jewelry artists, that gives shape to their individual utopic landscapes.
Presentation of the Materio Talk exhibition by Akis Goumas, Marie Masson & Sébastien Carré.
by Juan Riusech founder of Alliages Gallery
Juan Riusech explains his role as a curator and gallery manager, presents his methods on how he tackles all his tasks and projects, and advises artists on how to put together successful portfolios and applications.
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Guided tour with Iris Kritikou
The exhibition «Xoblia», curated by Iris Kritikou and presented by the historical and Ethnological Society of Greece, shows the works of –more than 50– jewelry designers that find inspiration in the National Historical Museum’s costume collection.
The two jewelry artists discuss through different media, the concepts of interior/exterior, aiming to propose a new approach regarding their individual definition of what jewelry is.
Hanna Hedman presents a selection of works, evoked by the dark tales and mysteries of the distant past, integrating history and imagination.
Celebrate jewelry with A. Börcsök, F. Fekete,
K. Horányi, V. Fazekas, Z. Neuzer, N. Tengely
Ismini Pachi, Sara Mas & TNT seek to define what contemporary jewelry might mean and search for alternative ways of adorning the human body.
I. Moushoutas plays with organic materials, the concept of transformation, time, identity and mythos, creating an alternative environment.
Attai Chen: There and back again: A journey with jewelry
Liana Pattihis: To mend my broken heart: Looking back at 12 years of creativity
Benjamin Lignel: Contemporary jewelry histories: a talk on beginnings and continuings
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AJW 2019 and Anticlastics invite seven Jewelry Schools to present their studies guide along with representative works by their younger students, in the hospitable exhibition venues
of Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum.
P3 Project is part of the larger group exhibition with the same title that took place earlier this year, at the Metropolitan Expo, as part of the 32nd edition of Athens International Jewellery Show. P3 brought together fine artists, contemporary jewelry artists και fashion designers, aiming to underline the importance of boundaries-crossing collaborations.
“...Skirtpower is a study on forbidden bodies, on movements in skirts, on sexuality and power. And it is about tenderness.” Danskompaniet Spinn
Heart failure: Is it the end or just a new beginning? Group exhibition by A. C. Escobar, A. G. Moya, A. Léger, B, Yang, C. Quiceno, C. de Meo, D. Chelminsky, X. Deimezi, D. Stankov, D. M. Sweigart, D. Dés, E. Sitkauskaite, E. Cibotti, E. Balabani, E. Tesarik, F. Gadano, H. Argentieri, H. Dees, H. Ma, I. Livada, I. Nieva, I. Merkle, I. Busnel, I. Petrut, J. Köhn, J. Kosker, J. Riusech, J. G. Matin, K. Turpeinen, L. Nott, L. Lindahl, L. Comin, L. Feugas, M. Sanchez, M. Alonso, M. Traon, M. Kraemer, N. Grandovec, N. Delaide, N. Polentas, N. Schuster, P. Kulpapangkorn, P. Hoogeboom, Q. Liu, R. Tang, R. Borredá, S. Carré, S. Serra Albaladejo, T. Faris, V. Ioannidou, V. Münzker, V. R. Pallechi, Y. Vogli, Y. Wu & Y. Hiraishi.
A group exhibition by the US artists: M. Agabigum, J. Kosker, J. Seo, B. Marks
Swanson, R. Andrea Davis, M. Onodera.
Ginevra Montoschi and Panagoula Bouli are searching for alternative ways to transform the experience of making/collecting/wearing jewelry, from a solitary to a communal one.
Y. Vogli tries to redefine simplicity not only as an aesthetic value, but also as an ideal intimately connected to the nature of truth.
The work presented by X. Kaldeli is the result of her research on gender-based violence.
The multiplication of the same nature or the repetition of unit[y], equals inception of creation, and creation itself.
by The Design Studio by Azza Fahmy
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AJW and Greeceperience, invite their guests to step out of the city for a while, and through an adventurous daytrip to explore and be inspired by the landscape, and the Greek heritage.
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