Annelies Planteijdt’s statement about her new series of work is short but sweet: “everything is fluid”. Nothing in life is fixed and things are constantly shifting, a pertinent theme in this time of crisis.
Piet Dieleman – “Repetition and Difference”
Repetition and difference, Piet Dieleman’s new work is based on these two concepts. Constant repetitions in the work respond to the variability of differences. The circles on the surface attempt to create a space behind the canvas while the piercing of the monochrome field questions the flatness of the colour. In Dieleman’s paintings there is tension between the circles on the canvas and the canvas’ rectangular shape and this tension finds its resolution in an infinite number of combinations. His paintings are based on a continuous landscape. The repetition of forms in the various works suggest a continuation from one canvas to another – the edge of the painting is only a physical condition from which the contents would like to escape.
Karola Torkos is known for her often brightly coloured work. For this new series, Torkos has again made use of coloured scraps of plastic, (precious) metals and enamel, which she combines to form beautiful necklaces.
Annamaria Leiste – “Behütet” (Guarded)
The title of this exhibition by Annamaria Leiste can be translated as “guarded”. Leiste considers these brooches as protectors of the heart. They resemble 16 different pieces of headwear and are the same size as real hats. She has woven silver with perishable materials such as vegetable fibres as well as linen. Worn, the silver interior of the brooch cannot be seen until the fibres start to decay and wear away and the core becomes visible on the outside. Change is something that happens every day, a theme that we are all more acutely aware of than ever.
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From this link you can download a list of the new works presented at the exhibitions of Annelies Planteijdt, Piet Dieleman, Karola Torkos and Annamaria Leiste. Should you have any questions about the list, or would you like to inquire about any of the pieces, please contact us. The prices stated include VAT (9% for Annelies Planteijdt and Piet Dieleman, 21% for Karola Torkos and Annamaria Leiste). If we deliver outside the European Union, VAT is not applicable.
Exhibitions from 12 January until 18 March 2020 at Galerie Marzee Opening Sunday 12 January 2020 from 4 pm.
Iris Bodemer – Past and Present – jewellery Rudolf Kocéa – Clowns – jewellery Anders Ljungberg – Distinctions – objects and jewellery ADBK Nuremberg – Class Suska Mackert – Monotasking – jewellery and objects
From this link you can download a list of the new works presented at the exhibitions of Iris Bodemer, Rudolf Kocéa and Andres Ljungberg. Because the exhibition of the student of Nuremberg was sensing jewellery whitout seeing jewellery, we can not show pictures of the works that were ‘on display’. Should you have any questions about the list, or would you like to inquire about any of the pieces, please contact us. The prices stated include VAT. If we deliver outside the European Union, VAT is not applicable.
33rd edition of the Marzee International Graduate Show – on display until 30 October 2019
The annual Marzee International Graduate 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. 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.
Since 2016 Marzee wants to keep promoting the starting jewellery artists after the exhibition ends, and help them to find their way into the art world. With the Marzee for Starters project Galerie Marzee gives a selection of artists that have featured in the annual Graduate Show the chance to have their work on display in different exhibitions and fairs around the world, for a period of three years.
Every year the Marzee Graduate Prize is awarded to a selection of the most promising students.
This year the Marzee Graduate Prize winners are:
Joy Bonfield Colombara – Royal College of Art, London (UK) Erinn Michelle Cox – EKA (Estonian Academy of Arts) (Estonia) Eunji Han – Kookmin University (South Korea) Esther Heite – University of Applied Sciences Dusseldorf (Germany) Valerie James – Rhode Island School of Design (USA) Cathryn Jasterzbski – Rhode Island School of Design (USA) Kyung Jin Kim – Academy of Fine Arts Nuremburg (Germany) Triin Kukk – EKA (Estonian Academy of Arts) (Estonia) Merlin Meremaa – EKA (Estonian Academy of Arts) (Estonia) Felicia Mülbaier – Trier University of the Applied Arts, Idar-Oberstein (Germany) Barbora Opátová – Trier University of the Applied Arts, Idar-Oberstein (Germany) Chloe Valorso – Royal College of Art, London (UK)