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She studied at the Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam between 1974-79. Since this time she has worked on locations world around on large scale sculpture projects within, and around architecture; with sculpture in a gallery setting and on a smaller scale with her innovative jewellery.
COLOUR FOR THE REPUBLIC COMMISSIONED PHOTOGRAPHY ON LIFE IN THE GDR
The exhibition is devoted for the first time exclusively to the official journalistic photo production in the German Democratic Republic using the example of colour photography. The core of the presentation comes from the extensive archives of two photojournalists, Martin Schmidt (born in 1925) and Kurt Schwarzer (1927-2012).
The designer’s signature “Wax & Stripes Philosophy” reflects a mood reminiscent of her own multicultural personal journey, translated into a stylistic point of balance, a synthesis of cultures that overcomes what seems to be diametrically opposed.
Esther Woerdehoff Gallery is pleased to present a selection of recent works by the Spanish photographer Chema Madoz. Born in Madrid, Spain, in 1958, Chema Madoz self-educated himself on photographic shooting and printing in the early 1980’, in the creative burst of the Movida.
The exhibition features a selection of knit pieces from among the collections of celebrated fashion houses and designers, culled from the Modateca Deanna archive collection. An inspiring exhibit for knitwear experts organised by Federico Poletti.
"CHAIN REACTIONS: Claartje Keur’s jewellery and portraits"
The contact and the bond with the artist have added meaning to the collection for Claartje Keur. It makes her collection, which charts the development of the Dutch jewel over the past thirty years, unique.
HYEIN SEO WINNER International Fashion Showcase Emerging Talent Award 2014
Drawing on the powerful energy and atmosphere surrounding the new generation of Korean avant-garde designers, her horror-film collection takes a contemporary view on luxurious fur coats, decadent jewels, red lips and pale skin.
Patrick Hoet got to work and designed 2 models: Kamikaze, a forceful, rectilinear men's model and Samurai, a more rounded women's model. Each model comes in 8 colours. One in 1000: 1000 Kamikazes and 1000 Samurais.
Jolie Laide--Pretty, Ugly--is a contradictory French term composed of precise opposites albeit subjective ones that resolve themselves in enigmatically positive connotations. It is commonly used in the feminine singular to refer to someone (or something) which may at first seem rather "ugly" as opposed to appealing in a conventional way.
Melbourne Now is a collaborative, cross-disciplinary project that celebrates the latest art, architecture, design, performance and cultural practice to reflect the complex cultural landscape of creative Melbourne.
Kzeniya's eponymous accessories collection combines cutting edge design with luxury materials and experimental printing techniques. Her signature use of textural details, bold colors and unique shapes results in pieces that boarder wearable sculptural art.
City Stages offers a paean to the craft and visionary potential of large-format, black and-white photography, as well as to the vibrancy of the cultural landscape at a transitional moment—a moment in which our very relationship to that landscape is increasingly mediated by omnipresent screens.
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to present Recent Work 2010–2013 by British photographer Richard Caldicott. For the first time in exhibition are Caldicott’s 2013 photogram and paper negatives. In conjunction with the exhibition, a catalogue published by the gallery with texts by Derek Horton and Lyle Rexer will be available.
"FASHION JEWELRY. The Collection of Barbara Berger"
A wide range of educational programs will accompany the exhibition, including lectures and panel discussions, designer-led exhibition tours, and hands-on jewelry workshops and demonstrations in MAD’s 6th floor Open Studios.
A person who is engaged in both contemporary visual culture and practice, where art, design and craft meet, just like me, that is how I consider myself not only as designer or artist, but also as culture maker and researcher.
Japanese label pas de calais, known for their sophisticated fusion of minimalism with a romantic silhouette and rustic palette, is set to debut their A/W14 collection at New York Fashion Week for the first time in the brand’s fifteen year history.
Through his creations narrates the geology of his own body, finding its place in a matter in constant transformation. Text by Marie-Luce Martin, January 2014 (1) Blaise Pascal, “Les Pensées: les deux infinis”
“Think Pink” includes a selection of dresses and accessories from the collection of the late Evelyn Lauder, who was instrumental in creating an awareness of breast cancer by choosing the color as a visual reference.
Hence the dual point of interest of this collection, the combination of the mastery of six different plaits and a complex use of embroidery, result in details which show themselves both in the dark with ultra-violet light and in the light of day.
"As a fine art jewelry artist, I consider the ornament as a part of the human body, not just an object that people wear. I tried to express my ideas of the female body and our life through images of ornaments".
Family Matters. Portraits and experiences of family today presents the works of eleven international artists that encourage an investigation into the images, dynamics and structures that define the concept of family in the contemporary world.
The first collection for Fall 2003 was extremely well received and sold through 35 of the top women’s specialty boutiques across the U.S. and Japan. Demand for Nicholas K continues to exceed expectations.
PAPER PARADOX: Material and Meaning features artists who explore the interactivity of paper as a medium, a surface, a tension, and as a conscious transformation of plant material into new formal creative statements.
As one of the world’s leading international trade shows for jewelry and timepieces, INHORGENTA MUNICH is honoring young silver jewelry artists with a special prize for outstanding design on what is now already the fourth occasion.
BERLIN fashion FILM FESTIVAL OPENS SUBMISSIONS FOR 2014
The Berlin fashion Film Festival has started accepting submissions for its third edition. The event will take place in July 2014 in Berlin, during Berlin Fashion Week, and it will consist of three public screenings on July 8 and 9, the Berlin fashion Film Festival Award Ceremony on July 10, and the Berlin fashion Film Festival Party on July 11.
Noovo Editions is an independent editorial and cultural project with online and paper editions. First of its kind in Spain from an unique and contemporary perspective on the international panorama,
Noovo seeks not only to be an aesthetic arbiter but also a cultural mediator at the juncture between Fashion, Photography & Jewellery.
A platform to show the highest level of creativity from around the world in these fields.