The contemporary jewellery exhibition/competition “GIOIELLI IN FERMENTO” was hosted on May 13th, 2018 at Villa Braghieri Albesani, in Castel San Giovanni, Piacenza, Italy. Villa Braghieri-Albesani was begun during the late 17th century and construction continued till the end of the 18th century. In 1809, the villa became property of the president of the Criminal Court of Piacenza – Pietro Albesani. The villa was bought by the Braghieri family in year of 1905. Carlo Braghieri, a prominent lawyer, willed the property to the Ente Comunale di Assistenza of Castel San Giovanni in 1971. Since 1996 Villa Braghieri-Albesani is a property of the commune and right now it is a museum and library. The project has been running since 2011 and the participants are well-known and established artists from all over the world and growing artists – students. They represent the real “fermentation” in the world of art – turmoil, discussion, emotion. Inspiration for this project is the source of roots in making culture and its related to wine. It’s interpreted and analysed by jewellery artists in their artworks. There are four main requirements in this competition: the coherence with a concept, the research on materials, the type of artistic expression and […]
This yeah from March 7 – 13 in Munich the annual Munich Jewelry week took place. It includes: – SCHMUCK 2018 – historical jewellery exhibition taking place since 1959 in Kunsthalle exhibition hall – TALANTE – international new talent competition in jewellery design and technologies – various events around the city In this week jewellers, collectors, students, gallery representatives, professors, and other jewellery enthusiasts met and got to know each other. Throughout the week in various locations all around Munich jewellery exhibitions, discussions, book presentations, performances and closing events took place; in total around 100 events. Here is a small insight on the SCHMUCK 2018 events:
From May 20 until June 16, 2016 it is possible to see „Raining stars” at Art gallery Putti. Stars of different colours and forms shine in all their brilliance – forming a contemporary jewellery exhibition, created by Latvian contemporary jewellery artist Māris Šustiņš. “Raining stars – that`s the moment when we look at the sky and try to notice falling stars. These stars give us hope, love and the big chance to wish for something. Maybe the stars fall for us? Maybe they are tired from shining for billions of years and by flashing up one last time they fade out, making us turn our attention to them for a least a couple of seconds. Inner dialogue, a conversation with myself is the beginning – that`s how I try to spark up my creativity when I start the exciting jewellery making process. I ask someone inside me, I talk to him, and He answers me. Is it myself that I am talking to or is it some other being or energy? At the beginning I see the character of the jewellery piece. Maybe it comes to my thoughts and imagination from somewhere far away or maybe it has always lived […]
UNEXPECTED SOURCES is a series of stories about unexpected coincidences, about information that comes to us through simultaneous fixation of a number of things existing concurrently – sound, space, noise, anything that is around us.
The first story of UNEXPECTED SOURCES is based on a relationship between a poetic illustration of forest landscapes and a wall of the modern urban environment. The wall that divides society, social space, private property, religion, thoughts, beliefs, culture, and countries. The wall as a symbolic stamp of territory in the architectonic urban environment.
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Art gallery Putti was in Munich for a few days at the end of March. Munich Jewellery Week is a bundle of exhibitions and jewellery relate events that take place around the city centre for a week. Munich Jewellery Week runs concurrent with the annual Handwerk & Design expo where visitors are able to visit booths of many craftsmen and jewellery artists. Art gallery Putti was in Munich for a few days at the end of March. Munich Jewellery Week is a bundle of exhibitions and jewellery relate events that take place around the city centre for a week…
From March 4, 2016 until March 23, 2016 Art gallery Putti presents “Levitation” – an interactive solo exhibition by Latvian artist Elita Patmalniece.
Conventional assumptions of “this is right” and “this is how it should be” have locked up dreams in a cage. In present adult world dreams appear mostly only at nights. During daytime the mind does not allow itself to let go, as it is grounded by stereotypes, stress and the chaos of thoughts.