Exhibitions

Collect 2017. 
Saatchi Gallery. London.

With WCC-bf Gallery
2-->6 february 2017

"Et si l'avec est là". Brooch/pendant. 2017 Alpaca, silver.


Participation at(AV17)Gallery
METALLOphone: BONDS

The 3rd International Biennial of Contemporary Metal Art
05-10-->26-10 2016

Participation at Schmuck 2016  

"We are very pleased to invite you to “Schmuck 2016”. 712 applications reached us from 35 countries. Peter Skubic selected 66 artists from 21 countries."

24th February until 1st March 2016

L'horizontale, la verticale, la courbe et l'oblique…




Invited to the Internationalen Handwerkmesse Munchen with WCC-bf                     
24/02-->1/03/2016

Brooch/pendant. "Et si l'avec est là". 2016
Pendant. "Et si l'avec est là". 2016

Participation at:

Beijing International Contemporary Metal and jewellery Art Exhibition.      
   China Millenium Monument World Art Museum.8-22 November 2015                                                                                                                       

Brooch."Sithonia". Mixed media Silver






Pendant and brooch. "Sithonia". Siver-gold-titanium


"Beijing International Contemporary Metal & Jewelry Art Exhibition 2015 (BIC · MAJA 2015) is the most professional exhibition of contemporary goldsmithing in China and focuses on the jewelry and transdisciplinary design on other materials, advanced conceptual contemporary design, and arts and crafts practices. The exhibition takes place in The China Millennium Monument World Art Museum (WAM) every two years, and this will be the 3rd edition."



Silence Please!
 Curator: Ramon Puig Cuyàs. Noël Guyomarch Gallery.

May 28 until July 5, 2015


http://viedesarts.com/calendrier/evenement/silent-please
With:
Trinidad Contreras (Spain), Eva Girbes (Spain), Herman Hermsen (Germany), Natsumi Kaihara (Japan), Dongchun Lee (Korea), Sandra Llusà (Spain), Claire Lavendhomme (Belgique), Judy McCaig (Great Britain), Marilia Maria Mira (Portugal), Marc Monzo (Spain), Elisabet Puig (Spain), Tore Svensson (Sweden), Fatima Tocornal (Spain), Julia Turner (United States), Jessica Turrell (Great-Britain), Silvia Walz (Spain), Ramon Puig Cuyàs (Spain)







Invited to Collect 2015. 
Saatchi Gallery. Londres.

Avec le WCC-bf Gallery.

Du 8 au 11 mai 2015 

Rendez-vous international traitant des arts appliqués.
Le WCC-BF Gallery y présentera les oeuvres de: 

Nevin Arig, Nathalie Doyen, Claire Lavendhomme, Jean-Claude Legrand, Antonino Spoto, Dorothée Van Biesen, Nelly Van Oost, Fabienne Withofs.
Sithonia, Brooch, 2014, silver, mixed media, 5,5x4x1,5 cm






Sithonia , Pendant, 2014, silver, mixed media, 13x9x1,5 cm
Participation à la Triennale Européenne du bijou contemporain. 2014

Lien: WCC-BF




Dans la Grand-Halle (Site des Anciens Abattoirs)

Du 25 octobre au 28 décembre au WCC-BF, Mons (B)

Pour sa cinquième édition, la Triennale européenne du Bijou contemporain invite les créateurs d'Italie et de Finlande à dialoguer avec les Belges.


Quarante-cinq artistes, maîtres d’art ou jeunes talents, seront  réunis à la Grande Halle des anciens abattoirs de Mons pour un des événements majeurs du bijou contemporain en Europe.


Dans ce cadre, une journée de conférence et un workshop sont organisés !


Pour sa cinquième édition, la Triennale européenne du Bijou contemporain invite les créateurs d'Italie et de Finlande à dialoguer avec les Belges.

Quarante-cinq artistes, maîtres d’art ou jeunes talents, seront  réunis à la Grande Halle des anciens abattoirs de Mons pour un des événements majeurs du bijou contemporain en Europe.





Invitée à "Voyage". Intérieur Privé         (en face du Musée de la photographie).     Mont sur Marchienne. B. 2014









Invited at
The Museum of Arts and Desing, New York. 
Multiple Exposures.Jewelry and Photography.
13 Mai-14 september 2014.



Avec Ursula Neuman (curatrice) qui me fait visiter l'exposition! 06/2014 .

About the Exhibition
Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography is the first museum exhibition to explore how contemporary jewelry artists transform and add new meaning to the pervasive images of this digital age.  Drawing inspiration from historic daguerreotypes to manipulated digital images, international jewelry artists explore changing views of beauty and the human body; examine social, political, and cultural issues; probe perceptions of memory and desire; and question the broader relation of jewelry to society and personal identity, issues central to the contemporary experience.
More than 80 renowned artists from over 20 countries are represented—including Gijs Bakker, Wafaa Bilal, Jordan Doner, Mari Ishikawa, Jiro Kamata, Sooyeon Kim, Iris Nieuwenburg, Kara Ross, Gabriela Sanchez, Bernhard Schobinger, Bettina Speckner, Joyce Scott, Kiff Slemmons, Andy Warhol and Noa Zilberman.
The connection between photography and jewelry extends back more than 150 years to the invention of the photographic process.  The exhibition will provide historical context for this evolving relationship by presenting outstanding nineteenth-century pieces, many of which have never before been exhibited. In recent years, both photography and art jewelry have changed dramatically, and the exhibition will present cutting-edge videos and installations that will provide viewers a broader perspective of contemporary jewelry now.
Organized by MAD’s Curator of Jewelry, Ursula Ilse-Neuman,Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography will be on view from May 13 to September 14, 2014.
Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with essays by Ursula Ilse-Neuman, MAD’s Acting Chief Curator Lowery Stokes Sims, Dutch author and jewelry curator Liesbeth den Besten, photography expert Mark Durant, Curator of Decorative Arts at the Toledo Museum of Art Jutta Page, American author and Metalsmith editor Suzanne Ramljak, photography historian and critic Lyle Rexer and German author and critic Ellen Maurer Zillioli. 
The exhibition will be accompanied by a full range of educational programming, including lectures and panels for adults, workshops for young visitors and families, in-house demonstrations of jewelry making, curator-led tours of the exhibition, and a variety of film screenings.
Support for Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography has been provided by Hasselblad, Kara Ross NY, Betsy Z. and Edward E. Cohen, Washington Square Hotel, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York, Creative New Zealand, Janet Kardon, and Frame Finland. Additional support is made possible in part through the generosity of the Inner Circle, one of the Museum's leadership support groups.

Program Description


Since the late 1830s, photographs have been integrated into jewelry as tokens of memory, devotion, or mourning. Contemporary photo-based jewelry artists extend these traditional functions and forms, while enlisting new technologies and techniques to engage a great variety of personal and social concerns. Organized by MAD Jewelry Curator Ursula Ilse-Neuman in collaboration with Suzanne Ramljak, editor of Metalsmith magazine, this panel discussion will address historical precedents for today’s photo jewelry and explore the wide range of cutting-edge approaches in both digital-image technology and innovative jewelry making. Through diverse combinations of these two creative practices, contemporary jewelers are expanding jewelry’s role as a carrier of cultural meaning as well as an agent of intervention on the human body.
Panelists include Robert Ebendorf, Lauren Kalman, Lyle Rexer, and Bettina Speckner.
Invited in Collect 2014. Saatchi Gallery. Londres.
Avec le WCC-bf Gallery.
9 mai-13 mai 2014.

COLLECT: THE INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR FOR CONTEMPORARY OBJECTS

Saatchi Gallery, London from 9 – 12 May 2014

The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects brings together the world’s finest galleries representing exceptional work of museum-quality from their portfolio of artists. International galleries and selected Project Space artists will come together at the Saatchi Gallery.


2 des bijoux exposés:




"And". Broche.

"Exposition à Vendre". 2011























"Passage". Sabine Herman Gallery. 2013