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.
My solo exhibition The Ostrich Policy, Envisioned Nature is currently being displayed in the beautiful gallery Pont & Plas, in Ghent, Belgium, until the 2nd of March.
The Parrot Devotees series has been selected to be part of the next Talente competition during the Munich City Jewelry Week.
White Gold, Clay Body is shown in the iconic windows of E.R Butler & Co. The exhibition, curated by Janna Gregonis and Brice Garrett, is featuring the works of Trinidad Contreras, Marion Delarue, Brice Garrett, Janna Gregonis, Rebecca Hannon, Julia Harrison, Lauren Kalman, Karen Lester, Marcie McGoldrick, Luzia Vogt, Manon van Kouswijk and Selen Özus.
Workshop with the Bachelor students at the Haute École de Joaillerie (Paris). The students worked on leather during 5 days to create body objects & jewellery.
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.
The Triennial for Contemporary Jewellery will be soon exhibited at the gallery of the Ateliers de Paris, after being held in Mons (Belgium) and Stockholm (Sweden). The pieces of 45 artists from Belgium, Sweden and France will be shown at this occasion, from the 4th of October to the 10th of November.
The exhibition A contemporary Jewellery Odyssey runs until the 23rd of September. Featured artists: Jihee Hong, Junwon Jung, Heejoo Kim, Kaori Juzu, Jun Konishi, Michihiro Sato, Xiao Liu, Xiaodai Huang, Jing Yang, Annie Sibert, Céline Sylvestre, Marion Delarue. Curated by Annie Sibert, Céline Sylvestre & Marion Delarue.
The Parrot Devotee 6 will be shown at the Gallery Funaki, Melbourne, Australia, from the 14th of August to the 15th of September.
The FengHuang will join the exhibition “The Past that supports the Present: Encounters between Contemporary Jewelry and the Museum’s Collections” at the Franz Mayer Museum (Mexico city), holder of Latin America’s largest collection of Decorative Arts.