12.06 – 11.09.2016
FIRST ANTHOLOGY OF CODA’S JEWELLERY COLLECTION IN RENEWED EXHIBITION SPACE
In 2015 CODA Museum received a generous gift of € 255,000 from the BankGiro Lotterij for the renewal of the jewellery display gallery and to broaden the collection with fashion jewellery. In October of the same year the transference of the State jewellery collection took place. In recent months new display cases have been installed and lighting has been optimised. Thus, a refurbished exhibition space has been realised. CODA Museum presents the jewellery collection and the jewellery from the State collection in anthologies that will be reconstituted and revised every three months. The first anthology, on show from 12 June until 11 September, is accompanied by the presentation of Redefining Jewellery, a publication about CODA’s Jewellery collection.
CODA Museum has two collections to which artworks have been added for over 100 years: a historical collection and a collection of modern art. One of the most distinguishing components of the modern art collection is the selection of contemporary jewellery. This collection of approximately 6500 pieces has its origin in the sixties of the last century and will continue to grow in coming years through purchases, donations and legacies. It now is the largest museum collection of contemporary jewellery in the Netherlands. Due to the excellent quality of the Dutch academies many objects of Dutch makers are included. Yet, also the work of artists from other European countries, America and Asia is part of the CODA collection. The collection however focuses on the works of artists from Northern Europe.
The opening of the first anthology in the new and refurbished exhibition space will be combined with the presentation of Redefining Jewellery, a publication compiled by CODA director Carin Reinders. Redefining Jewellery focuses on the jewellery collection of CODA, it’s history, current state of affairs, development and future collection policy. Redefining Jewellery offers ample space to images of the featured objects and includes a register of all artist and an English translation.
7311 CL Apeldoorn
JOYA 2016 (8th Edition)
Arts Santa Monica
29th September – 1st October, 2016
JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair is the main event of art jewellery in Spain. Since 2009 dedicated to promote contemporary jewellery and placed in the cultural space Arts Santa Mónica gathering the most renowned national and international artists, galleries, collectives, schools, conferences and parallel events.
JOYA has become a business platform between artists and galleries, private collectors and cultural elite, with a full schedule of events, exhibitions, conferences, and supported by important publications and mass media on and off line.
This 8th edition, JOYA will be held from September 29th, 30th and October 1st and will relate art jewellery with other fields of CONTEMPORARY ART, combining both artistic expressions.
19.04 – 14.08.2016
At the occasion of her retirement from the WCC-BF, Anne Leclercq brings together 35 artists from Belgium and abroad, whose path she crossed throughout her career. Artists who are, in her eyes, synomymous with pleasant encounters, fruitful collaborations and remarkable works. This exhibition is intended to serve as a sort of travel diary setting out the milestones in 35 years of promoting applied arts.
Arnold Annen, Caroline Andrin, Paula Bartron, Ela Bauer, Marian Bijlenga, Anne Bulliot, Claudi Casanovas, Patrice Cloud, Nilton Cunha, Catherine Delbruyère et Vincent Kempenaers, Daniel de Montmollin, Nathalie Doyen, Pierre Dutertre, Mieke Everaet, Bernard François, Bert Frijns, Haguiko, Sophie Hanagarth, Sabine Herman, Jean-Louis Hurlin, David Huycke, Alice Kettle, Thérèse Lebrun, Jean Claude Legrand, Stefano Marchetti, Ruudt Peters, Alet Pilon, Ramon Puig Cuyas, Sylvie Vandenhoucke, Felieke van der Leest, Tanel Veenre, Jean-Pierre Viot, Graziano Visintin, Silvia Walz, Fabienne Withofs et Anne Leclercq.
Exhibition open from 19th April to 14th August 2016, everyday except Monday, 21th and 22th May, from 12.00 to 18.00
An organisation of the WCC-BF, with the support of the Federation Wallonia Brussels
Rue de la Trouille, 17/02 (Accès: Place de la Grande Pêcherie)