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DESIGN MUSEUM HOLON BRINGS THE GROUND BREAKING SOLO EXHIBITION OF IRIS VAN HERPEN TO ISRAEL

New Couture by Iris van Herpen from the Groninger Musuem Collection, opening in November at Design Museum Holon to coincide with Holon Fashion Week 2014, is the first time the designer’s work will be shown in Israel.  The exhibition will show an edit of collections from a career which began in 2007. A diverse and beautiful body of work pays close attention to van Herpen’s ability to work with traditional crafts techniques and complicated handwork, alongside cutting edge techniques such as 3-D printing. More...

   
 
   
   
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ROCK'N'ROLL : A PHOTO ALBUM
The 11th edition of the photographic Photaumnales festival
Through this programme for Photaumnales 2014, Daniel Challe invites us to delve into our albums, whether filled with images or with music, and to find among them correspondences that may have been buried under the dust of years. Photos of rock or rock photos, each feeds off the other, and finds its place in the energy of the everyday. More...
 
 
PORTRAIT(S)
After its enormous success last year, when over 25,000 visitors attended the festival and were swept away by it, Portrait(s) is now being held for the second time, from 13 June to 31 August, bringing the City of Vichy back for a whole season as a stage for avant-garde photography today with a series of outstanding yet accessible public exhibitions focussing once more on the art of the portrait. More...
 
 
2014/30 UNDER 30 WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS
Photo Boite presents an innovative online exhibition featuring the works of 30 young women photographers under the age of 30. A more feminine vision: 30 UNDER 30 exhibits the work of women photographers from around the world offering their visions based on their experience, along with their tact and composure, innocence and sensuality, at times fierce and provocative. 30 UNDER 30 aspires beyond the current vision of photography of established standards. More...
 
 
SCHMUCK 2014 – 66th International Trade Fair, Munich – 12-18 Mars 2014
SCHMUCK is an international jewellery competition which is staged every year in March as part of the Internationale Handwerksmesse. For over fifty years SCHMUCK has been the jewellery sector´s premier exhibition. From among the many applications received from designers to exhibit in SCHMUCK, a single juror makes his or her own personal selection of those whose work will be presented. More...
 
 
ART & TEXTILES
Nothing, no material, no technique is as capable of touching our sensual and mental exis- tence so universally as textiles, particularly at a time that is in danger of becoming ever less sensuous due to increasing virtualization. Textiles with their abundance of weaves and textu- res that evolved over the millennia are the ideal medium to fulfill this need for sensuality. More...
 
 
CIRCUITS BIJOUX
Over two hundred modern jewellery designers are creating a genuine event in Paris from September 2013 to March 2014, on the occasion of Circuits Bijoux. Presented by Ateliers d'Art de France in partnership with Les Arts Décoratifs and the Un Bijou à l'Autre association, Circuits Bijoux will be reuniting around fifty exhibitors and proposing conferences and encounters aimed at highlighting the great diversity of today's jewellery scene. More...
 
 
NEWS FROM THE PERMIAN- international contemporary jewellery artists and the Chemnitz Petrified Forest
The project “NEWS FROM THE PERMIAN - international contemporary jewellery artists and the Chemnitz Petrified Forest” shall form part of celebrations to mark the 100th anniversary of TIETZ whereby the Chemnitz Petri!ed Forest, a remarkable local geological feature, will provide the contextual framework for current international jewellery design. More...
 
 
HERBERT HOFMANN PRIZE 2013 PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONALE HANDWERKSMESSE IN MUNICH
New standards were set this year at SCHMUCK 2013 in Munich: by Robert Baines of Australia, Helina Lehtinen of Finland and Fumiki Taguchi of Japan. These jewellery designers are the winners of the coveted Herbert Hofmann Prize 2013, presented at the Internationale Handwerksmesse in Munich. More...
 
 
SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FASHION AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
The 28th edition of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography will take place from the 26th until the 29th of April, 2013, at the villa Noailles. The exhibitions held at the villa will be on display until the 26th of May. More...
 
 
A NEW PERMANENT EXHIBITION ROOM DEVOTED TO CONTEMPORARY JEWELRY. mudac.
Two remarkable jewelry collections are in safekeeping at the mudac: the mudac’s and the Swiss Confederation’s, for which the mudac makes regular acquisitions. Strong of almost 200 pieces, these collections reflect the developments marking a realm eternally in effervescence. More...
 
 
REJYNA PIO
ATOPOS Contemporary Visual Culture (ATOPOS CVC) has the pleasure to inform you about the Han Nefkens Fashion Award 2012 and present you the announced prizewinner, designer Rejina Pyo. Rejina Pyo was recommended by Vassilis Zidianakis-ATOPOS CVC and selected by a special jury composed by Viktor & Rolf, Penny Martin, Han Nefkens and José Teunissen. More...
 
 
DRESSING THE 20TH CENTURY
With its exhibition 'Dressing the 20th Century. Women's fashion in the Designer Era' (23.06.2012 – 06.01.2013), Modemuseum Hasselt presents an exceptional selection of masterpieces and new acquisition from its own collection. MMH recently obtained a number of important designs from key figures from the 20th Century. The exhibition focuses on international movements and highlights, and illustrates the changing dialogue of female fashion in the West.. More...
 
 
BORDERLINE
On March 25, 2012, the exhibition Borderline was scheduled to open at the Beit Ha'ir Museum. Within the framework of the museum's year of fashion, three of the outstanding forces currently influencing the European arena of fashion and art are being brought to Israel for the very first time. The exhibition displays the 2012 Spring/Summer collection of Finnish designer Daniel Palillo and works by Dutch artists Bart Hess and Levi Van Veluw. More...
 
 
PHOTOGRAPHERS LIMITED EDITIONS
PhotographersLimitedEditions.com is the only gallery to show more than twenty of the most popular contemporary art, fashion and celebrity photographers: Guido Argentini, Guy Aroch, Marc Baptiste, Andreas H. Bitesnich, Bruno Bisang, Iris Brosch, Arthur Elgort, Jesse Frohman, Greg Gorman, Roxanne Lowit, Nigel Parry, Rankin, Patrizio di Renzo, Warwick Saint, Howard Schatz, Antoine Verglas, Patrick de Warren, Ben Watts, Timothy White, Gerard Uféras and Christian Witkin. More...
 
 
TRIENNALE EUROPÉENNE DU BIJOU

Aesthetic, formal, poetic or controversial, contemporary jewellery has many faces. It reflects the present times.
By working with materials or symbols, by seeking simplicity or abundance of detail, the creators push the boundaries of this perpetually transforming discipline. Behind the most successful creations, are artists who are constantly searching for perfection and innovation. This year again, the WCC-BF invites you to discover them during the European Triennial for Contemporary Jewellery. More...

 
 
ISTAMBUL MODERN
Istanbul Modern is a refreshing alternative museum of contemporary art in the Beyoglu district of Istanbul. Located on the Bosphorus in a converted warehouse in the Tophane neighborhood, is the first of its kind in Turkey. Founded in 2004 and housing a decent collection from both Turkish and international artists, Istanbul’s largest contemporary art museum is the first of its kind in the city and is well worth a visit. More...
 
 
LEFORM
LEFORM opened their doors in December 1997 on the Garden Ring in the center of Moscow (35/28, Povarskaya str.). In that time its trade hall settled down only on the first floor, in a location, which have been occupied by the Hidrometeocenter earlier. From the beginning of the working LEFORM made the rate on sale of original clothes, footwear and accessories of the designers which, it is accepted, to term vanguard: Belgians - Dirk Bikkembergs, Dries Van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, Dirk Van Saene, Japaneses - Junia Watanabe, Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garcons), Yoshiki Hishinuma, Austrian - Helmut Lang etc. More...
 
 
ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY
New York, NY, February 13, 2010 – Since 2005, the School of Fashion at Academy of Art University in San Francisco has premiered the collections of recent graduates during Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week. For the Fall 2010 season, six womenswear collections from the Fashion, Knitwear, Technical, and Textile Design programs were presented on Saturday, February 13th at 3:00 PM in The Tent at Bryant Park. More...
 
 
COCODRILO
2010 sees the opening of the first Coccodrillo mens shoe boutique, adjacent to the present boutique on the Schuttershofstraat in the heart of Antwerp. The new space is an exciting expansion, and signals the division of the Coccodrillo concept into exclusive mens and womens salons. Influenced by the Art Deco, the space is imagined by Gert Voorjans in the style of a 1930’s Buenos Aires salon, featuring hardwood accents and geometric chandeliers for a charming, masculine character. More...
 
 
BLACK COMME DES GARCONS
The concept is based on the idea of integrating the brand in the authentic district of Berlin-Mitte, where the shops merge with their surroundings in a lively residential area. A retail experience that interrelates with the neighbourhood and is located where people live, work and do their everyday shopping. More...
 
 
HALINA MROZEK
An individual exhibition by Halina Mrozek, a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. The exhibited works present the artist’s interest in the juxtaposition of art and fashion. In her works, the artist depicts different psychological profiles of an individual, bringing into play her experience as a sculptor, which, here, results in works reminiscent of fashion creations. On show will be a selection of objects, together with session photographs and video. More...
 
 
SCHUCKMUSEUM
5000 Years of Jewellery
Devoted to the history of jewellery, the Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim (Pforzheim Jewellery Museum) is the only museum of its kind worldwide. Some 2000 exhibits, including an extensive ring collection, reveal the vast diversity of jewellery over five thousand years. More...
 
 
CARA&CO
In support THE SOUND WORLD Charity foundation Rosa Alpert (founder and CEO) and Alexey Oleshov (founder and Creative Director) are the visionary minds behind CARA&CO; Russia’s 1st ever understated luxury retail emporium.In a land renowned for its unequivocal taste for the ostentatious and flamboyant, CARA&CO undeniably stands out as the anti-conformist retail feature per definition. Add to this a self proclaimed philanthropy and a core engagement in charitable works and you hold a business model that should be awarded the Nobel Prize for responsible entrepreneurial-ship. More...
 
 
WITH CHILD - HOWARD SCHATZ
Photographer Howard Schatz has won international acclaim for his books, including Athlete and H2O. his magazine work in such publications as Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, and his exhibitions around the world. Now Schatz has published a tribute to the beauty of pregnant women, capturing more than 100 mothers-to-be over a twenty-year period. WITH child, which includes an introduction by Vicki Goldberg, will be published by Glitterati on December 1, 2011. More...
 
 
MODE ET TEXTILE
After the unrestrained creation of the previous, festive, flashy decades, the socio-political events of the 90s and 2000s prompted radical changes. The focus was no longer on the body itself but its identity. There was also an intense professionalization of the sector. In what was now regarded as “the fashion industry”, artistic directors took control of major couture houses increasingly organised into luxury goods monopolies. More...
 
 
POLE LE BIJOU
The exhibition entitled "Fusion" will take place from April 5 to June 20, 2011 Pole Jewel-Baccarat and Gallery will provide visitors to discover contemporary artists and an exhibition of Namur parts crystal Namur Vonêche and Baccarat. Today, around the Pole Bijou France and Belgium this collaboration is an opportunity to present the work of over 27 contemporary jewelers Belgian. More...
 
   
   
"DANCE & FASHION"
Dance & Fashion explores the relationship between two great embodied art forms: dance and fashion. Dance has utilized a wide variety of costumes, including contemporary fashions, to identify different characters, but there are also certain iconic styles, which represent a dance more abstractly. Tutus and pointe shoes, for example, are integral to the image and movements of the ballerina, just as leotards and tights are associated with the modern dancer. More...
 
 
ATTAI CHEN: IN BETWEEN -
THE 2014 ANDY PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS
In his work, Attai Chen (b. Jerusalem, 1979) preserves a sense of improvisation and process. The works executed for this exhibition, assemblages ranging between jewelry and wearable objects, connote stories saturated with humor The compositions, painted in graphite, pigments, glass colors and nail varnish, are created through cross-breeding of raw materials such as twigs, parts of toys, plastic and metal. More...
 
   
REINVENTING NATURE: Terhi Tolvanen – A Retrospective

CODA Museum present a big summer exhibition entitled The Force of Nature – Visual art and jewellery inspired by trees and woods. CODA director Carin Reinders and guest curator Ward Schrijver have put together a highly diverse exhibition with works by 39 artists. The jewel as independent, artistic medium – one of the spearheads of CODA’s collecting policy – is present in a retrospective of the Finnish artist Terhi Tolvanen. This retrospective is called Reinventing Nature and is part of the exhibition The Force of Nature. More...

 
 
"A QUEEN WITHIN"

"A Queen Within- Adorned Archetypes, Fashion and Chess" is now open at the World Chess Hall of Fame Museum in Saint Louis until 19th of April 2014. More...

 
 
TILL WE DROP

From January 29 to April 5, 2014, Galerie des Galeries opens its doors to talented fashion designer Jean-Paul Lespagnard. A former prizewinner of the International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères and a future artistic partner of the European Capital of Culture project in the city of Mons in 2015, he has fashioned the TILL WE DROP exhibition in his own image: quirky and socially conscious. More...

 
 
OUT OF THE BOX: THE RISE OF THE SNEAKER CULTURE

The Bata Shoe Museum is thrilled to announce its newest exhibition, Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture. Out of the Box is the first exhibition in North America to showcase the history of sneaker culture and will feature over 120 sneakers representing the past 150 years. Highlighting iconic sneakers from the 20th and 21st centuries. More...

 
 
RAD HOURANI - COLLECTION #11
"I STARTED IMAGINING CLOTHES THE SAME WAY I STARTED CREATING IMAGES: WITH A SENSE OF CURIOSITY AND INNOCENCE DRIVEN BY MY NO-BACKGROUND BACKGROUND. NO SCHOOL. NO TEACHERS. NO TELLY. NO BOUNDARIES. NO FORMATTING. I LIKE THE IDEA OF A WORLD THAT WE COULD LIVE AND SHAPE BY OURSELVES, ONLY BY OBSERVING. EACH OUR OWN". More...
 
   
RADO STAR PRIZE
Rado Star Prize is part of a global programme aimed at inspiring upcoming artistic talent to release its creativity and access a crucial career springboard. The ultimate aim of the award is to bring successful entrants into contact with key influencers in their respective sectors. More...
 
 
MEN´S WEAR LINE FROM BARBARA I GONGINI IS LAUNCHED
The collection features timeless silhouettes that
build on the ‘wardrobe concept’. It contains basic clothing in the traditional sense and more
distinctive design aspects for the continuous
innovation. The collection opens the possibility to great variety in expression and functionality. It encourages the user to interact and close the
form by personalization. More...
 
 
22ND LEGNICA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY COMPETITION REVOLT
The competition is open and addressed to all artists, whose task is to present their work on a given topic - REVOLT - including an original artistic idea and representing a high level of artistry and technical skills. What is favoured is the concept, value and meaning of an artistic expression. Works entered for the competition are assessed by an international jury, on which over fifty outstanding goldsmithing artists and theoreticians have sat so far. More...
 
 
LE CABINET DE CURIOSITÉS DE
THOMAS ERBER
Following the successful launch at Colette in Paris (2010) and a raving second
edition at Browns in London (2011), the much-anticipated third edition of “Le Cabinet de Curiosités de Thomas Erber” opens its doors in the German capital Berlin at Andreas Murkudis’ new space. More...
 
 
HUMOR IN CRAFT
Guest-curated by Brigitte Martin—author of the recently released book titled Humor in Craft, and the creator of crafthaus, a social network and online community for professional craft artists—the world premiere exhibition at SCC highlights a diverse range of media, techniques and artists, and is sure to challenge viewers to move beyond their own frames of reference when considering approaches to contemporary art. More...
 
 
BY WAY OF THESE EYES
Will present treasures from textile designer Christopher Hyland’s comprehensive collection of American photography. Hyland, president of one of the world’s leading firms specialising in luxury fabrics and founder of the acclaimed HYLAND lifestyle magazine, describes collecting photography as one of the greatest adventures of his life.. More...
 
 
ATELIER NEW YORK

Atelier New York, located at 304 Hudson Street, was founded by art dealer Constantin von Haeften and stylist Karlo Steel in September 2002. Originally conceived as a shop for men and women, Atelier New York became a men s store exclusively beginning Autumn 2003. Within a short time, Atelier New York earned an excellent reputation within the international fashion community, attracting a strong and loyal clientele as well as working with prominent stylists and celebrities. Atelier New York is now celebrating its 6th year. More...

 
 
HELLO
Launched in June 2008, HELLO! is an innovative boutique production company sprung from HKM/Rock Fight, combining international directorial talent with highly regarded industry vets running the Commercial, Music Video, and Integrated departments. Its compelling roster of directors has already produced fresh, award-winning work for top brands such as Apple, M&Ms, IKEA and HBO. HELLO! is diverse enough to take on any producing challenge, saying “hello” to each new creative challenge and growing its brand with integrity. More...
 
 
IRVING PENN AND ISSEY MIYAKE
Visual Dialogue opening to the public on September 16, 2011. The exhibition will focus on the collaborative work of legendary photographer, Irving Penn and renowned designer, Issey Miyake. Issey Miyake’s first encounter with Irving Penn was in 1983. On assignment for American Vogue, Penn photographed Miyake’s clothing for an editorial feature. The perspective in these photographs startled Miyake as he suddenly saw his designs through a totally new set of eyes. More...
 
 
NEW NOMADS
New Traditional Jewellery 2012: international design contest and exhibition. For the 2012 design contest and exhibition the professional jury of New Traditional Jewellery (NTJ) has chosen the theme ‘NEW NOMADS’, because both literally and figuratively this theme offers many possibilities for inspiration. The history of jewellery is as old as mankind. While people went in search of parts with the best living conditions they carried their valuables with them, wearing them on their bodies. Jewellery that represents economic and social status, as it still does nowadays in the case of nomadic tribes. More...
 
 
SONS
Almost everyone owns at least one pair of shoes. Wearing shoes has become a part of our morning ritual: We wake up, take a refreshing shower, get dressed and slip our feet into a pair of hip sneakers, classic brogues or elegant ballerinas. But who knows when man started wearing shoes for the first time? Paleoanthropologist Erik Trinkaus maintains that man started wearing shoes between 26,000 and 40,000 years ago. His believe is based on the fact that the thickness of the phalanx in skeletons started to diminish from this period onwards. This is because walking barefoot thickens the bones in the foot. More...
 
 
A NEW SPACE AROUND THE BODY
Emerging Korean Fashion Designers, an exhibition that explores the new generation of South Korean designers, whose works are characterised by humour, hypothetic worlds and highly sculptural creations, almost appearing as a frame for the body. With an explosion of colour, modern techniques, craft and unexpected fabric combinations, their work can be seen as a reconstruction of the constituted ideal of beauty and non beauty, both on a visual, intellectual and philosophical level. More...
 
 
CAMPAGNE SANS MER
The space Solidor welcomes from March 31st till June 10th, 2012, five Swiss artists : David Bielander, Kiko Gianocca, Andi Gut, Therese Hilbert and Otto Künzli. "Campagne-sans-Mer"* in reference to Cagnes-sur-Mer, indicates the beautiful country that Suisse is, whose green landscapes contrast with the azure of our Mediterranean Sea. This wink of eye of the artists welcomed during this exhibition, is representative of all the humor that characterizes them. More...
 
 
FOCUS ASIA
Heiner Wemhöner, owner of the family-owned enterprise Wemhöner Surface Technologies and President to the Circle of Friends of the MARTa museum in Herford, has been interested in art since the late 90ies. Inspired by the encounters with artcollector couple Teutloff and the founding director of the MARTa, Jan Hoet, he shortly after started to buy the first art works. Driven by his growing fascenation, Wemhöner continued to build up his collection, assembling works from Europe as well as from Asia. More...
 
 
ARHEM MODE BIENNALE
The fourth edition of the Arnhem Mode Biennale is named Amber. To personify a phenomenon as multilayered and complex as fashion is not without its complications, but considering the traits we normally associate with fashion, it is perhaps not so farfetched. More...
 
 
IMPOSSIBLE
Impossible started with a small team of the very best 10 former Polaroid employees who shared our passion as well as the belief in our Impossible dream. Every single one of them has a long time of expertise in the field of instant film production - more than 500 years accumulated experience and knowledge. Without their work and support the Impossible Project would not have had the slightest chance to make the Impossible possible. The Impossible Project currently employs 25 people in the factory in Enschede. More...
 
 
LOVERS FROM PRAGUE
The World Jewellery Museum presents Lovers from Prague, Czech Jewellery, the first major exhibition in Korea to explore the significance of Czech jewellery as one of the important European design movements of the twentieth century. The 100 works of jewellery featured in the exhibition include the famous Czech garnet jewellery and the iconic works by Svatopluk Kasalý, Eva Eisler, PavelOpoenský, Stanislava Grebeníková and Petr Dvoák. More...
 
HOSTEM
The first sense of something a little more informed, of something executed with a little more élan, is in the aroma of the freshly brewed coffee pots that circulate from the Hostem kitchen. The second is in the solidity of the reclaimed wooden floorboards underfoot and the charm of the thick luxurious Swedish linen curtains as the treacly-amber glow of exposed lightbulbs illuminate overhead. More...
 
 
GRAY AREA
Gray Area will be a five day symposium and associated exhibitions focused on artistic and scholastic encounters between Europe and Latin America, as well as on intra-Latin American exchanges, addressing and reformulating the ideological and practical construction of contemporary jewellery, examining its current state of development in both continents, and respectively exploring and proposing the present and future exchange between Latin American and European individuals and networks. More...
 
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