programmation printemps 2020

Frame, Munich, Munich Jewellery Week // March 11-15, 2020

For the first time, the gallery is taking part in Frame, at the  Handwerk & Design Fair in Munich, which gathers the most recognized galleries. During this event, will be held the renowned contemporary jewellery exhibition Schmuck. 4 of the artists represented by the gallery have been selected: Paul Adie, Bruce Metcalf, Ramon Puig Cuyàs and Silke Spitzer.

Gésine Hackenberg, Falter Not Fall // March 26 – April 19,  2020

Gésine Hackenberg

From March 26 to April 19, 2020, Gésine Hackenberg will display her most recent series of work, during her solo exhibition Falter Not Fall. As mentioned in the title, vacillate rather than fall, her jewelry takes the shape of formal explorations suggesting movement, or rather the moment of falter before a composition collapses. About the exhibition : Falter Not Fall

Yong Joo Kim, solo exhibition // May 7 – 30, 2020

Yong Joo Kim

For her first solo exhibition in Canada, Yong Joo Kim offers a new series of works still made from Velcro, an industrial material, unexpected one in contemporary jewelry. Through cutting and shaping experimentation, she renews the expressive possibilities of this material, while inviting us to question our values.

SNAG Philadelphie, pop-up // May 20-23, 2020

society of north american goldsmiths

This year again, the gallery is organizing a pop-up with the most recent work by the gallery’s artists  during the conference of the Society of North American Goldsmiths. Lema Studio, a high-end designer furniture store, offers its space to create original settings to present the work.
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Aurélie Guillaume, exposition solo // June 12 – July 4, 2020

Aurélie Guillaume

Following her travel in China last fall, Aurélie has extended her artistic vocabulary by creating forged objects. Starting on June 12,  her exhibition is giving us the opportunity to discover his new creations, both objects and jewelry in her first solo at the gallery.