The significance of ornaments in art and design is also reflected by the flower motifs of Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola, the ornamental textures used by Dutch artist Tord Boontje to create lights, textiles and curtains and the large-scale flower installations of artist Susanne Taras. Having traveled all the way from Rajasthan, he will be demonstrating to visitors how he prints textiles using the traditional patterns and ornamentation of his homeland, emphasizing the richness and creative power of ornamentation.
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No fear of unusual materials: Eun Mi Chun uses pig skin, seeds, hair, silver, zinc-plated steel, paper, steel wire and twine for this chain created in Necklace by Sara Borgegard made using iron, nylon-coated wire and spray paint. An exciting composition of Chinese ink, Japanese paper, nylon thread, gold and silver is incorporated into this brooch by Kazumi Nagano. It presents unique pieces from contemporary goldsmiths and jewelry artists. The exhibitors often include young goldsmiths, still in training, as well as world-renowned jewelry designers.
Each year, the jewelry show features a different designer as curator and therefore bears the personal print of this designer, not least due to their subjective selection of designers. Over the last few years, Dutch artist Ruud Peters, German artist Dorothea Pruhl and Spanish artist Ramon Puig Cuyas were selected as curators; this year, London-based culture journalist Ralph Turner will be responsible for the selection.
Turner, an accomplished specialist in jewelry art, has selected 60 jewelry artists from 20 countries from more than applicants to create a balanced mix of both young and established artists and goldsmiths. German-born Emmanuel Heringer presented a construction set for an igloo, made from beech plywood. Crafts as the cultural contribution of the next generation. The works exhibited by these young designers are fresh and avant-garde and reflect the impressive commitment of the younger generation to crafts. Here, it is certainly clear that the craft-working professions should in no way be seen as a last resort for less intellectual school leavers; indeed, they make an important cultural contribution.
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The winners receive 5, euros each in a special ceremony. The current works by this designer and sculptor are inspired by blocks of ice and his travels to the Arctic. He has been working with glass for many years. Belgian-born Carine Neutjens works with Pate de Verre and creates fascinating vessels with fragile crystalline surfaces. Sharp edges and uneven finishes contrast with the folded and thick-walled and mostly rounded vessels. Glass objects lying inside one another by Dutch artist Bert Frijns.
His works, made from industrial glass, are characterized by their clarity and classical elegance. The ceramic bowls by Japanese artist Yoshimi Futamura, now based in Paris, are reminiscent of tree bark or a loaf of bread. The artist combines sound and porcelain in her works, covering the surfaces with an ash glaze. These artists include, for example, German silversmith Beate Leonards and Japanese metal designer Naoki Takeyama, whose vessels are characterized by their sophisticated surface structures.
For the first time, vessels by a Chinese Celadon master Asian ceramics technique will be featured as well as the fantastic works of Japanese weaving artist Hisako Sekijima.
German painter and graphic designer Josepha Gasch-Muche was awarded 1 st prize in the Coburg Glass Prize for her two cubes of broken glass in This still-life of receptacles by Antje Scharfe is a real declaration of love for vessels. The spatial installation with different surfaces and structures in cast and painted from bone china. These three vessels by skilled goldsmith Beate Leonards are made of aluminum, bronze and tombac.
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