Hermien Cassiers - Lavinia Rossetti - Moniek Schrijer [...]
Celebrating one and a half jubilee.
Shortly after finishing his training as a jewelry maker, in the social heat of the 60’s, Gijs Bakker implemented his freshly acquired skills in a subversive, questioning and self-examining practice. Against establishment, against conventions, against traditions, [...]
For Tender Touchment, Robert Smit has created a new body of work that unfolds in two series.
The first is a group of brooches where the artist has layered feelings, paintings, prints, references and subtle quotations in hommage to Manfred Bischoff and starting from his piece called “Tender Touchment". [...]
The gallery's first annual RALLY. A week to gather and inspire anew.
In presence of Gijs Bakker, Hermien Cassiers, Siegfried De Buck, Florie Dupont, David Huycke, Willemijn de Greef, Stefano Marchetti, Nadia Morgenthaler, Ulrich Reithofer, Robert Smit and Tetsuo Mukai. Full program after the jump [...]
For the exhibition Ring Talk, we have selected a series of rings that features glyphs, figures and words. Sometimes explicit, sometimes naïve, sometimes cryptic, all of these pieces are signs of a will to bring "hand talk" to another level and explore one more new direction in jewelry. One can see in this selection the influence of our contemporary digital world, where digits and codes are defining our identity [...]
Third solo by Beate Klockmann at the gallery, she created new pieces this time only in black and white as if she wanted to write something. Keep a language purely to shape and not color. Trying to express her own language through an unknown alphabet, the masterpiece is a necklace that can be worn both back and front expressing according to the wearers choice a more feminine and soft emotion or on the other side a [...]
For the 9th year in a row Brussels Gallery weekend launches the gallery season with a dynamic program of exhibitions, panel discussions and tours of the art galleries, institutional and alternative venues that make European capital a leading destination for contemporary art and artists. More information on www.brusselsgalleryweekend.com
The gallery's 6th participation in a row will again bring a selection of the newest and best works of our artists. Design Miami/ Basel brings together the best in design and applied arts by international galleries. The newly opened building by Herzog De Meuron makes for a very agreeable setting [...]
Giulia Bonora is an artist working in the sphere of food-art. Her performances and installations are about the pure pleasure food can bring and the emotions of bringing people together to share pleasure together. For the second time, the gallery shows her specially commissioned jewelry works [...]
Born in 1949 Siegfried de Buck is a goldsmith, a silversmith and a jeweller, demonstrating an equal mastery in each fields. IMPRESSIONS, his first solo exhibition at the gallery is taking a look back at 45 years of research and exploration in forming metal and developing shapes interacting with bodies. [...]
Jewelry and objects by Giampaolo Babetto with etchings and drawings by Dan Van Severen
A cross / THE cross
Not as a religious Christian symbol, but as a universal image that both artists treat as plastic problem [...]
On this occasion Devriendt designed a series of unique jewelry displays. They are pedestals, aureoles and valets that take jewels out of the boxes. Like a "mise en abyme", the display is adorning the wall and the jewel is adorning the display. Featuring horns, bulges or finger-like hooks, his jewelry stands are to a wall what a neck, a finger or a chest are to the human body: multiple opportunities for your own mise en scène. [...]
A group show featuring works of the purest achievement in some techniques traditional in jewelry by artists from and living in different cultures.
January, back to life after holiday season and perhaps far away escapades in body or mind for some of us. A sad moment in the wake of this new year 2015 with a wake up call to what can go terribly wrong in our world when we turn ourselves to restrictions [...]
Her style is minimal and ornamental through repetition. The highly sophisticated look results from her method of varying the weave of the links into exquisite wearable necklaces and bracelets. Rather than striving to make a statement, Hermien Cassiers creates anti-statements, voids with pleated wire [...]