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The Marzee International Graduate Show 2018

19 August until 31 October 2018 at Galerie Marzee – opening Sunday 19 August at 4 pm

The Marzee International Graduate Show
The annual Marzee International Graduation Show, is the highlight of our exhibition calendar, and has grown from a modest affair to an event unparallelled in size and scope. This year’s show presents a selection of jewellery and objects by this year’s graduates from art schools and academies from Europe, US, Asia and Australia.

  • Winner of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2018 Veronica Fabian wearing
    2 months ago Winner of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2018 Veronica Fabian wearing her Chains for an Average Woman, 2018 necklace; oxidised brass, silver-plated oxidised brass Veronika Fabian, BA Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom Chains for an Average Woman Inspired by my own artistic journey, this collection is based on the notion of a woman’s relationship to self-identity, chained as it is to the female personas of our time. I transform traditional chains to explore contemporary female archetypes and roles in the context of a fragmented postmodern identity. The different social roles are interpreted as pieces of jewellery, using the symbolism of
  • Lindsey Fontijn ICON signet ring electroforming with copper and plated
    2 months ago Lindsey Fontijn ICON signet ring electroforming with copper and plated with gold and fine silver 31 x 26 x 28 mm 
The traditional signet ring lost its value and meaning because of the cheap reproductions. For me the process of overgrowing this signet ring provides that the signetring, which already lost its traditional meaning, that the wear ability becomes also difficult. The ring is build up with different layers of gold, silver and copper. When you wear this piece slowly the layers will appear. Lindsey Fontijn Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Please join us, and the participating graduates, on Sunday
  • Winner of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2018 Veronika Fabian Central
    2 months ago Winner of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2018 Veronika Fabian Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, UK Lace necklace silver, soldered and flattened handmade chainmail 160 x 360 x 2 mm Please join us, and the participating graduates, for the opening of the Marzee International Graduate Show on Sunday 19 August 2018 at 4pm at Galerie Marzee. The annual Marzee International Graduate Show is the highlight of our exhibition calendar, and has grown from a modest affair to an event unparalleled in size and scope. This year's 32nd edition of the Graduate Show features selected graduation work of 75 graduates from 35
  • Sonia Pibernat Necklace Steel wire and silver 180 x 130
    2 months ago Sonia Pibernat Necklace Steel wire and silver 180 x 130 x 25 mm I started my exploration of movement making live drawings from a dancer. The results were abstract drawings based on lines. My aim has been to bring these two-dimensional drawings to three-dimensional pieces. I find my own language by working with the line, it has become an important element of my work which allows me to create pieces that evoke the idea of three-dimensional drawings. Drawings that came from the concept of the immaterial lines that a body in motion creates in the space when it moves. The
  • Opening of the 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show and presentation
    2 months ago Opening of the 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show and presentation Ravary 2018 and announcing the Marzee Graduate Prizes 2018  #galeriemarzee   #marzeegraduateshow2018   #artjewelry   #artjewellery   #ajf   #ajfishere   #jewelleryactivist   #marzee201809 
  • 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Emma Gregory wearing a tshirt
    2 months ago 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Emma Gregory wearing a t-shirt with her sheet music while showing her Surfaceless, 2018, laser welded stainless steel necklace. Emma Gregory has been developing a unique form of wearable musical notation for electronic dance music. Through her interpretation of this music, highly polished stainless steel wires are laser-welded into tiny, detailed shapes that match the rhythms and harmonies of the music. The songs are transformed into precious necklaces and bracelets - long chains designed to be wrapped around the body and kept close like treasured artefacts. Gregory’s research led her to enrol in a masterclass
  • 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Janika Slowik MA PXLMAD School
    2 months ago 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Janika Slowik, MA PXL-MAD School of Arts, Hasselt, Belgium wearing her: Interference, 2018 necklace; stainless steel, plastic, Swarovski crystal, silver A glimpse into a childhood memory, when the world was as beautiful as it could ever be, playing in the water on a hot summer’s day. The sun is reflected on the surface of the water and makes the splashes around you shine. Everything is glittering and in motion. For Janika Slowik these effects make the world more worth looking at, they are jewellery moments. She creates pieces that play with the surrounding light. They
  • 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Winner of the Marzee Graduate
    2 months ago 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Winner of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2018 Carolin Volz Burg Giebichenstein – Kunsthochschule Halle, Halle a.d. Saale, Germany wearing her: SeiSesti, 2018 necklace; glass, paper, silver Not only are we changing, but so too are the things around us. They change because we use them or work on them. I am interested in the traces left by these interactions. They are usually unintentional, which is why, for me, they exude a special lightness. Since they are interruptions in the common order, one can see them memorised in the material. In my everyday life, I find
  • Carolin Volz Saturn 2018 necklace found object sandpaper glass copper
    2 months ago Carolin Volz Saturn 2018 necklace found object (sandpaper), glass, copper, nickel silver Ø 100 x 8 mm Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Germany Not only are we changing, the things around us also do. They change because we use them or work on them. I am interested in the traces that arise from these interactions. Traces are always left unintentionally, which is why they exude a special lightness for me. Since they are interruptions of orders, one can see the action memorized in the material. In my everyday life I find and collect them. By transforming them into jewellery, their meaning
  • 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Zaoshen Wang MA Central Saint
    2 months ago 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show Zaoshen Wang, MA Central Saint Martins, London, United Kingdom Zaoshen shows his Infinite S, 2018 bracelet; silver, rhodium-plated silver, freshwater pearls, nylon, rubber, silk. For this project Wang researched events and gatherings such as Pride, which focus on identity. Through these he explores personal identity and social values and questions sexual identity, dress code and jewellery’s place in these discourses. The Infinite S collection explores sexuality and draws on Asian and Western historical depictions of sex, taboos and openness, through a soft erotic vocabulary of sensuality and restraint. Visit the 32nd Marzee International Graduate Show
  • Deema wearing Deema Murad Helmet and bodychain Iron nails
    2 months ago Deema wearing Deema Murad Helmet and bodychain Iron nails - Winner of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2018 - Connecting one nail, two, then three... to two thousand one hundred and thirty three to create one piece. Both feminine and masculine qualities are intertwined in the work, reflecting balance and the importance of its existence in our lives. Whether it is about good and bad, positive and negative, soft and hard, love and hate or life and death. Deema Murad Alchimia, School of Contemporary Jewellery, Florence, Italy Please join us, and the participating graduates who come from all over the world,
  • Regraned from galeriemarzee  Cecilia Bivald Brooch Making Eyes Kunsthgskolen
    4 weeks ago Regran_ed from  @galeriemarzee  - Cecilia Bivald Brooch, Making Eyes Kunsthøgskolen, Oslo, Norway  @khio   @khiometaldepartment  “Making eyes” is a series of brooches combining the medium of painting with jewellery. Through the painted eye I hope to create meetings with the viewer and the jewellery. I hope to bring out the expression in these eyes, and the connection between two eyes. Participant 32nd edition of the Marzee International Graduation Show Please join us, and the participating graduates, for the opening of the Marzee International Graduation Show on Sunday 19 August 2018 at 4pm at Galerie Marzee. The annual Marzee International Graduation Show,

 
Galerie Marzee is unique in its support for emerging young talent and since 1986 the Marzee International Graduate Show has offered the best new graduates their first opportunity to exhibit in a world-renowned gallery. During the opening we will also award the Marzee Graduate Prize to this year’s most promising students.

Participating schools, graduates and prize winners

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Ravary 2018

Four prize winners of the Marzee Graduate Prize 2017, together with two artists from Galerie Marzee, spent a week at the Ravary estate in Belgium and present their work at Galerie Marzee.

Manami Aoki
Mia Copikova
Sarah Schuschkleb
Jing Yang

together with:

Junwon Jung
Annelies Planteijdt

The 32nd Marzee International Graduation Show and Ravary 2018 are on display until 31 October 2018