30 sept. 2009
29 sept. 2009
28 sept. 2009
26 sept. 2009
- La participación de Joyas Sensacionales en Joyas a la Carta:
- Maria Brossa participó en Enjoia't 09
- Martina Pontena expuso sus delicadas tripas en Joyas a la Carta como ganadora de Enjoia't 08
- Rocío Viñas expuso en Joyas a la Carta como estudiante invitada
- Los ganadores de Enjoia't 2009 fueron:
25 sept. 2009
23 sept. 2009
El libro tendrá alrededor de 200 páginas. Cada pieza contendrá la ficha de su autor y de sus propiedades técnicas.
22 sept. 2009
21 sept. 2009
12 sept. 2009
Mucha gente peligrosa participa en el marco de Joya Barcelona 2009, los próximos 17,18 y 19 de septiembre:
- Joyas Sensacionales coordinado por Silvia Walz expone en Joyas a la Carta
Os esperamos a todos en los premios Enjoia't09 el jueves 17 a las 20:00 en el Auditorio del FAD y en Joyas a la Carta los tres dias de 11:00 a 20:00 en el Convent dels Angels.
10 sept. 2009
The European Prize for Applied Arts is organised by WCC•BF, in partnership with WCC-Europe,Design Vlaanderen and the City Mons.
The countries represented are: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Luxembourg , Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.
You find it by clicking below the list of artists selected classified:
alphabetically - by country - by discipline
Rosa Nogues Freixas
The competition is focused on the artists working in the field of applied arts and design-led crafts and living in a European country (including the countries that are not part of the EU).
The objects admitted to the exhibition will be of high quality in design and technical aspects and of innovative input.
The selected works will be shown, from 20th November 2009 until 17th January 2010, at the Grand Hall of the Anciens abattoirs of the City Mons (Belgium).
The European Prize consists in two categories :
- the “Master Prize” , provided with a prize-money of 3.500 euros,
to be given the author of a masterpiece (older than 30 years at the 1st November 2009)
- the “Young Talent Prize” , provided with a prize-money of 3.000 euros,
to be given to a young artist (aged max. 30 years on the 1st November 2009)
Further prizes might be given, depending on the financial opportunities at the moment of the opening of the exhibition.
A trilingual (GB/F/NL) full-colour catalogue will be published with introduction texts and at least one page with text and photograph for each participating artist.
Starting Wednesday 27th August, the blog Walking the Gray Area will act as a forum for a group of Latin American and European artists and jewellery-makers for the exchange of thoughts, experiences, ideas, and images on two main topics: jewellery and global mobility.
And for viewers from all over the world to witness in real time, how a jewellery exhibition is developed from scratch.
The curators, Valeria Vallarta Siemelink and Andrea Wagner, have each selected 19 artists from their respective continents: Latin America and Europe.
Each artist has a unique approach to jewellery: different ideas, different interests, different materials and techniques, different countries.
But all artists have one thing in common: like the curators themselves, they are or have all been migrants: born in one place, living/working/studying in another one.
Sebastián Buescher, Dani Soter, Celio Braga, Janetje Felischhut, Carla Castaigo , Vaentina Rosenthal, Francisca Kwetiel , Nelli Tanner, Maria Jose Fabrega , Auli Latinen, Andrea Wagner , Carolina Hornauer, Susanne Klemm , Samantha Fung, Karin Seufert - María Constanza Ochoa, Jorge Manilla, Christoph Zellweger, Luzia Vogt, Telma Aviani, Terhi Tolvanen , Guigui Kohon, Miguel Luciano, Leonor Hipolito, Helena Biermann Angel , Hanna Hedman, Mia Maljojoki , Alejandra Solar, Mirla Fernades, Kajsa Lindberg, Ketli Tiitsar, Chequita Nahar, Ineke Heerkens - Julieta Odio, Walka Studio , Natalie Luder Carolina Vallejo and Eduardo Graue have been randomly paired in 19 couples to explore, through jewellery-related dialogues, issues related to global mobility, identity and territories in dispersion and the way they perceive and have been affected by this phenomena during their rambling around the world.
Each artist will create a jewellery piece as a product of their own dialogue. The resulting exhibition, Walking the Gray Area, will be presented within the frame of the Symposium Gray Area, Encounter of Contemporary Jewellery between Latin America and Europe in Mexico City, April 2010.
The blog and discussions will be moderated by Jose Manuel Springer, writer, curator, editor of the contemporary art magazine Replica 21 and current Attache Culturel of the Mexican Embassy in the Netherlands.
We invite you to visit the Walking the Gray Area blog and to participate in the discussion.