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Contemporary Jewelry Exhibitions 2007

Art of the Martini '07
Dec. 1 - Dec. 23, 2007
Zaruba Gallery

CENTREPIECE 10th Anniversary
Nov. 16 - Dec. 23, 2007
Symphony Hall and Town Hall, Birmingham UK

The Works Gallery
JEWELRY :: Flirting with Seduction
Carmen Valdes, Lonna Keller, Kathleen Lamberti
exhibition runs from Nov 2-30th, 2007.

The Works Gallery is located at 303 Cherry Street in Old City, Philadelphia, PA.
The public is welcome, admission is free. Gallery hours are Tues- Sat. 10-6pm.


ring by Arata Fuchi ring by Yuki Kamiya earrings by Kiyoko Hosoda rings by Pauline Held earrings by Silvia Nesti

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Oct. 19-21, 2007 Burton Agnes Hall East Yorkshire UK
Four Yorkshire Jewellers at Burton Agnes
A selling exhibition in the company of the artists
With international guest jewellers chosen by Giò Carbone, Director of Le Arti Orafe, Florence and Lucca, Italy
Jacqueline Stieger

Pamela Dickinson

Jacqueline Warrington

Emma Sedman
Yuki Kamiya
Silvia Nesti

Cucù Ruiz

Sakiko Kawaguchi
Shinobu Nozue

Pauline Held

Arata Fuchi

Kiyoko Hosoda

The Earring Show and Diane Komater: Wire Sculpture
Velvet da Vinci Gallery
Oct. 17 - Nov. 25, 2007
Artist Reception Friday, October 19, 6-8 pm

Velvet da Vinci is celebrating the recent publication of 500 Earrings by Lark Books. Earrings from more than 100 international artists will be on exhibit. There will be both classic interpretations of the earring, as well as audacious ones. Materials range from 18k gold, sterling silver and pearls to paper, plastic and iron nails.

Diane Komater, award winning wireist, is the showcased artist. Her figurative wire sculpture delves into new decorative urns. She uses steel wire to draw her forms in three dimensions creating the shell of the forms.

group six in Gallery Bielak

Five excellent jewellery designers from Warsaw; Bogumil Bytomski, Pawel Kaczynski, Krzysztof Roszkiewicz, Marcin Tyminski i Arkadiusz Wolski, daily working on their own. They participate in numerous solo and group exhibitions ( Polish and International), won many prizes, once in the year 'group six" unite to present jewellery as one team. They started in 2001, until today they already have shown following exhibitions; "Bytomski, Kaczynski, Roszkiewicz, Tyminski, Wolski", “six”; "founding"; "collection from Italy", "in the face of" "gold". This year topic is "design". All together they designed in computer the "mother" ring, then each of group members put his impressions into it. For each exhibition the group design not only jewellery but also its exposition method. It's really interesting experience to observe how group members think differently about the same exercise. Really nice and interesting exhibition. You can see it in Gallery Bielak until 5th July 2007. andrzej bielak Krakow, June 2007

“Timelines / Tenements” solo exhibition: Iris Eichenberg

Please visit Ornamentum at SOFA NY!
featuring "Timelines / Tenements" solo exhibition: Iris Eichenberg
The Tenth Annual International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art
June 1-3 at the Park Avenue Armory Park Avenue and 67th Street

Exhibition on display at Ornamentum, June 8 - 25, 2007
view a selection from "Timelines / Tenements" online or click to read "Timelines / Tenements" text
for more information, you can reach Ornamentum during the show at 518.821.3310
Ornamentum gallery will be closed May 29 - June 6

Enter Platina Jewellery
Platina guests Gallery Nivå125 Båstad

For the summer of 2007, Gallery NIVÅ125 BÅSTAD has invited Platina to curate an exhibit called "Enter Platina Jewellery", during the period from June 1st to July 15th.
With this exhibit, Platina intends to offer each visitor an experience transcending the ordinary in the art of jewellery. Here you will not find common, mass-produced jewellery, intended for necks or lapels. Instead, our door will open into the finest and holiest room in the world of jewellery.
This time Platina has chosen pieces by Swedish and international jewellery designers who have something else to show us.
Their work tells about our everyday life, our thoughts, our destinies and our bodies, but also give us chills and hair-raising experiences.

When visitors have parked Ted Noten's Mercedes Benz next to Maya Kini's houses, taken the first step over the threshold, stepped into the hall and continued through all the rooms in the building and out again onto the terrace, they will have been able to:
- prod and squeeze Iris Eichenberg's heart,
- eat Anna Atterling's pralines/bonbons, and Sam Tho Duong's cherries with Monika Strasser's ENORMOUSLY beautiful jewellery made of silverware.
Visitors will have noticed how their blood can drop from Sissi Westerberg's pocket, will have come out of Auli Laitinen's closet, gone to the lady's room with Charlotte Sinding, used Lucia Vogt's combs and washed their hands with Celio Braga's decorated body soaps. Furthermore, Ulrika Swärd recounts the price of gold.

Artists: Catta Hällzon Sweden, Agnieszka Knap Sweden, Auli Laitinen Sweden, Ted Noten The Netherlands, Jantje Fleischhut The Netherlands, Maya Kini USA, Karen Pontoppidan Denmark/Germany, Monica Strasser Swizerland, Åsa Lockner Sweden, Celio Braga Brasil/The Netherlands, Kati Nulponen Finland, Charlotte Sinding Sweden, Iris Eichenberg The Netherlands. Ulrika Svärd Sweden, Helena Lindholm Sweden, Sam Tho Duong Vietnam/Germany, Sissi Westerberg Sweden, Jacomijn van der Donk The Netherlands, Annika Åkerfelt Sweden, Luzia Vogt Swizerland, Jenny Edlund Sweden, Sofia Björkman Sweden, Anna Atterling Sweden, Pia Aleborg Sweden

Everybody Wants Jewellery by Auli Laitinen
Platina Gallery
May 31-August 11, 2007 (gallery closed July 9-28)

Craft in America - Expanding Traditions - an eight city museum touring exhibition opening April 2007
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas April 13 through June 24, 2007
Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon July 22 through September 23, 2007
Mingei International Museum, San Diego, California October 20, 2007 through January 27, 2008
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, Texas February 22 through May 4, 2008
Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan June 8 through September 14, 2008
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma October 11, 2008 through January 18, 2009
Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California February 18 through May 24, 2009
Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts June 27, 2009 through September 27, 2009

"NEW JEWELRY" - Ramon Puig Cuyas & Silvia Walz
"HYBRIDIZATION" - Junko Iikima
May 23 - June 30, 2007
Artist reception Friday, May 25, 2007 6-8pm
Velvet Da Vinci, San Francisco, CA USA

An exhibition of two Barcelona jewelers and one Japanese sculptor is on view through June 30. Velvet Da Vinci Gallery offers a view of new cutting edge jewelry and small sculptures from bold international artists. Two Barcelona jewelers show influences of both Barcelona and the Mediterranean in their works. Both artists use found objects, precious and non-precious metals, and enamels but with quite different results. The new series of work by Ramon Puig Cuyas, called Imago Mundi (World Views), uses Formica, bone, alabaster, ebony and silver. Silvia Walz's new work, Luz y Sombra (Light and Shadow), consists of silver, enamel and various other elements such as pearls and coral. Junko Iijima's work, "Hybridization" combines traditional Japanese teapot forms and contemporary anime with Pop Culture. The installation of bronze sculpture and drawings clearly reflects the confluence of cultures in her Japanese heritage.

Beyond Material

Dutch Contemporary Jewellery & Design
May 12 - July 6, 2007 at Galeria Reverso

In the opening, which the Dutch Embassador in Portugal will attend, Lous Martin will do a brief presentation of the exhibition. This exhibition is partly supported by the Dutch Embassy Portugal

Featured artists: Monika Auch, Leo Cahn, Hil Driessen, Simone van Eerdenburg, Cathelijne Engelkes, Sarah Enoch, Hilde Foks, Aleksandra Gaca, Mirjam Griffioen, Jozefien Gronheid, Herman Hermsen, Claudy Jongstra, Juul, Susanne Klemm, Birgit Laken, Chequita Nahar, Esther Nijdam, Carla Nuis, Ruudt Peters, Rebecca Potger, Janneke Raaphorst, Uli Rapp, Jürgen Reichert, Marieke Rongen, Isabella Scholtemeijer, Marijke Schurink, Maartje Sol, Marian Sturkenboom, Remco Swart, Marcella Tessari, Andrea Wagner, Francis Willemstijn, Mina Wu, Janneke Zantinge, Joanne Zwart

2007 Passing the Torch: Washington Statewide High School Jewelry and Metals Exhibition

Bellevue Arts Museum WA May 5 - June 3, 2007

Ruudt Peters
“Sefiroth”

April 12 – May 14, 2007 Ornamentum Gallery
Installation at Mass. College of Art, Boston May 19 - 21, 2007
In celebration of the MFA Boston’s opening of “Jewelry by Artists: The Daphne Farago Collection”
Artist Lecture May 20

Jewelry by Artists: The Daphne Farago Collection
May 22, 2007- March 5, 2008
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA USA

This exhibiton will present highlights from Daphne Farago's collection of contemporary jewelry, which was given to the MFA in 2006. The collection comprises more than 600 works of jewelry by leading American and European artists, ranging in date from about 1940 to the present, in a wide variety of media and sculptural forms. With this gift, the MFA now holds the most comprhensive collection of twentieth-century studio jewelry ever assembled. The exhibition will include a selection of about 150-200 objects, and will provide a chronological survey of studio jewelry in the 20th century. While demonstrating the breadth of the collection and the variety of artists' approaches to jewelry-making, the show will also represent key artists in depth, including Alexander Calder, Art Smith, Sam Kramer, Robert Ebendorf, William Harper, Wendy Ramshaw and Mary Lee Hu.

Emerging Voices Exhibit April 28 – May 12, 2007
Opening & Artist Reception: Sat., April 28, 2007 5:30 – 8:30 PM
Chemers Gallery Tustin CA USA

This juried exhibit is sponsored by the Metal Arts Society of Southern California also known as MASSC. The artists selected for this exhibit are: Mary-Austin Bame, Shirley Chu, Erin Elowe, Xochilt Figueroa, Dha-Mee Hahn, Bettina Karallus, Cheryl Lommatsch, Tara Magboo, Nelly Nye, Amparo Ochoa, Robert Osborn, Laura Prieto-Valesco, Diane Weimer, Julie Williams and Aaron Willoughby.
Chemers Gallery is located at 17300 Seventeenth St., Ste G, Tustin CA USA 92780, ph 714.731.5432

"What Lies Beneath" - invitational artist jewelry exhibition curated by Allison Barnett
May 4 – June 3, 2007
Patina Gallery - Santa Fe, NM USA

The exhibit will explore the theme of layers, and the translucency of stones and materials. Artists are invited to work with gemstones, veiling or revealing a hidden surprise, or pierced metals casting light on stones or other surfaces. Each artist has provided just one piece designed and hand fashioned exclusively for this exhibit. Allison Barnett, the owner of Patina Gallery, has a BFA in metalsmithing from Syracuse University and has an intimate understanding of the art. Her knowledge of the field and highly discerning aesthetic have been cultivated over time. For over eight years, Barnett has been selecting the jewelry artists who show work with Patina and is, in a way, already an experienced curator. “What Lies Beneath” is Barnett’s first thematically organized exhibition and the first exhibit for which the title curator has been applied. The artists invited to participate are among the most important working in art jewelry today. Their approaches and use of materials vary widely. Petra Class, for example, is known for the softness of her metal work, organic forms and use of raw precious stones. Pat Flynn works with blackened iron. Phil Poirier hand forges the challenging Damascus steel. Jeff and Susan Wise create highly colored, almost toy-like, kinetic pieces in high carat gold. Participants are Petra Class, Andy Cooperman, Sandra Enterline, Pat Flynn, Barbara Heinrich, Harold O’Connor, Tod Pardon, Phil Poirier, Todd Reed, Sam Shaw, Alexandra Watkins, Jeff and Susan Wise, Gill Galloway-Whitehead and Michael Zobel.

Jewellery Out of Context: An exhibition of New Zealand artists curated by Dr. Carol Shepheard & Peter Deckers
Object Space, Auckland (NZ) March 10- April 7
Mary E. Black Gallery, Halifax (CA) June 1- July 15
CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL) August 10- December 9

NZ Art Monthly article
about the exhibition.


Golden Clogs, Dutch Mountains Andrea Wagner Ineke Heerkens Jantje Fleischhut Stephanie Jendis Katja Prins
GOLDEN CLOGS, DUTCH MOUNTAINS: New Jewelry from the Netherlands

Golden Clogs, Dutch Mountains is an exhibition showing the young generation of Dutch avantgarde jewelry with strong and innovative work by eleven emerging artists. It will open at Velvet Da Vinci Gallery, San Francisco on March 21 till April 20, 2007. It was curated for them by Andrea Wagner (studio jeweller in Amsterdam) who further organized that the exhibition continues to a number of other galleries in the United States and Canada. Testifying to the exceptional originality and creative mentality in The Netherlands the charismatic and compelling work has an unconstrained playfulness and subtle humor. The innovative use of a wide scope of materials is the outcome of the arists’ experimental curiosity in their search for narrative materiality. These intelligently beautiful jewels project a strong visual language that is based to a large extent on the power of the emotional value of material conveying the meaning behind the work. There is an exhibition catalogue Golden Clogs, Dutch Mountains with 22 color illustrations exceptionally photographed by Corriette Schoenaerts. A lecture on the Dutch creative mentality and the historical background of contemporary jewelry in that country will be given by Andrea Wagner to accompany the exhibitions.
Further showings planned:
Ornamentum Gallery, Hudson NY 6 July – 6 August 2007
Gallery Loupe, Montclair, NJ - Fall 2007
Gallery Noel Guyomarc'h, (514) 840.9362 Montréal (Québec) Canada - 6 March – 13 April 2008
Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, N.S., Canada September 2008

Women's Tales, Four Leading Israeli Jewelers
Bellevue Arts Museum WA March 8 - June 17, 2007

Gijs Bakker and Jewelry
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
March 10 – May 20, 2007

Janis Kerman Retrospective: 1972 - 2007
March 8 - April 15, 2007
Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h - Montréal (Québec) Canada

Ornament as Art: Avant-Garde Jewelry from the Helen Williams Drutt Collection
Audrey Jones Beck Building, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX USA Sept. 23, 2007 - Jan. 21, 2008
Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum March 14-July 6, 2008
Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, NC Aug. 16, 2008-Jan. 9, 2009
Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington, June 20-Sept. 13, 2009

Totems to Turquoise: Native North American Jewelry Arts of the Northwest and Southwest
Traveling exhibition:
Oct. 27 2006 - March 25,2007 Vancouver Museum Vancouver, BC Canada
March 31 - Aug. 20, 2006 Autry National Center Los Angeles CA USA
Oct. 30, 2004 - July 10, 2005 Museum of Natural History New York NY USA

Belinda Hager: Somewhere in Time and Space
Fingers Gallery, NZ
Feb.5 - 17, 2007

Representations: A Decade of Work by Diane Falkenhagen
National Ornamental Metal Museum
through Jan. 21, 2007

User Friendly: Objects of Intended Use
Annual Exhibition of the Metal Arts Guild of the San Francisco Bay Area
Oakland Museum of California’s Collector’s Gallery - Oakland CA USA
Nov. 8, 2006 - Jan. 19, 2007
Artist Reception and Lectures: Nov. 11, 2006 - 1pm to 4:30pm

GlassWear: Glass in Contemporary Jewelry by Ursula Ilse-Neuman 2007 GlassWear
Museum of Arts & Design
May 17 2007 - Sept. 12, 2007

Kickin’ It with Joyce J. Scott
Retrospective exhibition of her work
Jan. 27 - March 18, 2007
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft - Houston TX USA

Women's Tales
The work of four leading Israeli jewelers:
Bianca Eshel-Gershuni
Vered Kaminski
Esther Knobel
Deganit Stern-Schocken
Oct. 13, 2007 - Jan. 6, 2008
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft - Houston TX USA

Feeding Desire : Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500-2005
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
May 5 - Oct. 29, 2006
also...
travels to COPIA, American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts
January 26–April 30, 2007

Dim Sum at the On-On Tea Room: The Jewelry of Ron Ho
Bellevue Arts Museum WA
Sept. 21, 2006 - Feb. 18, 2007

Listing of previous exhibitions

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