The piece Sangtu, made of mother of pearl and Korean natural lacquer, has just received the Jury Special Award – Shinya Yakamura Prize at the Ishikawa International Urushi Exhibition, in Kanazawa, Japan. The show is dedicated to artworks made of Japanese natural lacquer, also called Urushi.
My piece has been awarded on the occasion of the exhibition Colorful Recovery at the Geological Museum in Ramat Hasharon, Israel.
I am thrilled to be part of the show, as part of the Munich Jewellery Week 2022, among the others finalists and winner!
Very happy to be part of this show, as a former winner of the Cheongju Craft Biennale. It remains until the 10th of June, 6 pm.
Stay tuned for the exhibition at the Gallery Platina, as part of the Frame in Munich, and the award ceremony on the 9th of July!
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.
“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.
Honoured to have been selected by the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation for the Young Talent acquisition. The Foundation, conceived in 1980, supports emerging jewellers through this distinction since 1997 . Right after the Munich Jewellery Week, The Parrot Devotee 4 will join the Foundation’s collection at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
The Parrot Devotees series has been selected to be part of the next Talente competition during the Munich City Jewelry Week.
The European Prize for Applied Arts, held every 4 years, aims to reward the best creations of contemporary expression in applied arts and craftsmanship. To be seen until the 20th of January at the Anciens Abattoirs, Mons, Belgium.