The Sangtu just received a “Winner Award” at the Cheongju International Craft Competition 2019, South Korea. The topknot ornament had been made in Seoul the previous year, using mother of pearl and Korean natural lacquer.
Currently part of the exhibition WERT/voll, displayed in the iconic room of the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts. The show, curated by Loukia Richards and Christoph Ziegler, runs until the 3rd of November. (Photo: Anja Matzker)
The festival ¡ VIVA VILLA ! , festival des résidence d’artistes, is featuring the work of 50 artists from the Casa de Velázquez, the Villa Kujoyama and the Villa Medicis, until the 10th of November.
This week I am thrilled to hold a workshop at the Haute Ecole de Joaillerie, in Paris, until the 25th of October. The students are experimenting with leather to create unique body objets.
Happy to be currently part of the exhibition 「Ecouter la nature…」, with the Villa Kujoyama and the French Institute of Japan, as part of Nuit Blanche 2019, in the beautiful gallery The Terminal, Kyoto, Japan. The exhibition runs until the 14th of October.
Thrilled to have been invited by the Japan Jewellery Designers Association to hold a lecture on the 20th of September, at Hillside Banquet, Tokyo, Japan. I will also show some pieces and present my artist in residency project. Join us!
For the next 6 months, I will be staying at the Villa Kujoyama, an artist in residency runs by the French Institute in Kyoto. I will do some extensive research on traditional crafts and on hair ornaments (kushis, kanzashis).
The exhibition is currently shown in Itami, Japan until the 6th of May. Featuring the work of Jihee Hong, Xiaodai Huang, Junwon Jung, Kaori Juzu, Heejoo Kim, Jun Konishi, Li Liang, Michihiro Sato, Annie Sibert, Céline Sylvestre, Mian Wu and Marion Delarue, it has been curated by Céline Sylvestre, Annie Sibert and Marion Delarue.
“Talente” takes place every year as a special exhibition during the Munich International Skilled Trades Fair in March. Projects by around 90 participants from ca. 25 countries are exhibited in specially designed exhibition spaces over around 600 m2.
IDIOMATIC, A Jewellery Conversation Between France and Germany is an enthusiastic conversation between pieces of jewellery created by the newest generation of both French and German artists. Curated by Céline Sylvestre, Annie Sibert and Marion Delarue, the show is on display until the 17th of March, as part of the Munich Jewellery Week 2019.