Peregrinations Autour du Bijou Contemporain
DELARUE Marion, KIM Heejoo, KONISHI Jun, LIANG Li, SIBERT Annie, SYLVESTRE Céline
Three French contemporary jewellery artists, Marion Delarue, Annie Sibert and Céline Sylvestre, each invite an artist from the country where they attended an artist’s residency: Li Liang from China, Heejoo Kim from South Korea and Jun Konishi from Japan.
An invitation to wander, stray and make unexpected encounters, this exhibition focuses on thought processes and the transmission of knowledge. A new window onto the world.
From 20 Sept to 31 Dec
Opening 14 oct 2017 from 3 pm at 7 pm
Mon – sat from 2 pm to 7 pm
2 rue bonaparte
01 46 33 72 98
ARTIFICIUM, dating game
Limoges National Art School’s Art and Design departments students
ARTIFICIUM, dating game is an exhibition project carried out by students from the Limoges National Art School’s Art and Design departments.
Diamonds in the city.fr is a dating platform to find out your gem. To participate, just log onto the website to get a personal date.
PopHop! is a parlour game designed to tell you more about contemporary jewellery. Go to the PopHop Facebook page to discover entertainment venues.
From 5 to 10 Oct
Ending 7 oct from 4 pm at 7pm
Place by appointment
on 5, 6 and 7 oct on the web site or facebook
Diamonds in the city reservations starting on 25 sept on
Pop hop !
News of meeting places
from 22 sept to 18h on pophop
Stralen & Reflecteren
BERNADIŠIŪTĖ Dovilė, BUSSCHE Liesbet, DE BEIJER Boris, DE KLERK Morgane, FISCHER Benedikt, FLEISCHHUT Jantje, FUJIMAKI Mio, GLOCKNER Nina, HE Jing, SARNEEL Lucy, WALTER Julia, WILLEMARCK Eline
Stralen & Reflecteren – literally meaning ‘to shine and reflect’ – is an exhibition project bringing together new works by twelve international designers and artists who trained and/or are currently based in the Netherlands.
The exhibition aims to broaden the spectrum of jewellery’s potential as an object that can be glittering, outrageous, magical or spiritual in turn.
The theme Stralen & Reflecteren deals with the relationship between jewellery, light and conceptual ideas.
From 6 to 9 Oct
Opening 6 oct from 5 pm at 7 pm
Fri from 5 pm to 7 pm
sat – lun from 11 am to 6 pm
121 rue de lille
01 45 50 47 04
06 95 95 27 32
Subway : assemblée nationale, invalides
BIERRENBACH Stella, KAMPFERT Ulrike, MEDORI Aude, PERRET Nathalie, PESTRE Galatée, SYLVESTRE Céline, VERDIER Laurence
“I was expecting something else…”
“What creativity! So much for the grousers.”
“The level of stuff our kids make at school, and that we don’t know what to do with”
Excerpts from the visitors’ book of the exhibition Précieux Passages, Forney library, Parcours Bijoux, 2013.
Four years on, seven artists from Précieux Passages join forces in a new exhibition. A visitors’ book will be provided.
From 11 to 29 Oct
Opening 11 oct from 6:30 pm at 9:30 pm
Tue – sun from 11:30 am to 7:30 pm
59 rue de bretagne
06 14 75 90 59
Subway: république, temple, filles du calvaire
DELARUE Marion, GIANOCCA Kiko, HANAGARTH Sophie, LANGENDRIES Lore, PASSAMA Noon, WESTON Mallory
Zooanthropy – the melancholy longing to turn into an animal – is often illustrated by people’s appropriation of animals’ physical attributes, which they then proudly wear.
United by this theme, six contemporary jewellery artists join forces to imitate or explore animals’ appearances to adorn the human body, encouraging a generous hybridity.
From 12 Oct to 15 Nov
Opening 12 oct at 6 pm
Mon – fri from 10 am to 7 pm
sat from 11 am to 7 pm
Galerie Design & Nature
4 rue d’aboukir
01 43 06 86 98
Subway : bourse, étienne marcel
ARAOS Andrea, BARBUT Clélia, BIERRENBACH Stella, CLUZET Larissa, MANSUY Corina, PERRET Nathalie
Pink Panthers is the name given to a gang from the Balkans specialising in luxury jewellery heists, famous for having stolen hundreds of millions of euros’ worth of jewellery, and for their speed and meticulous organisation. The transdisciplinary exhibition named after them suggests that its members are imposters and fugitives, while seeing them in the context of the fascination exerted by jewellery and its value.
From 13 Oct to 12 Nov
Opening 12 oct at 7 pm
Wed – sat from 2 pm to 7 pm
ALMA Espace d’art
5 rue de la bûcherie
06 22 36 06 10
Subway : maubert-mutualité
CARRÉ Sébastien, DABDAB Regina, DETTAR Katharina, DOMINGUES Patricia, ESCOBAR Ana Carolina, FILLANCQ Marion, GOLOMBOSI Elvira, KAMPFERT Ulrike, KÜNNAP Julia Maria, SOMVILLE Jordane, TARIN Edu
CLIVAGES explores the substance of stone, from its essence to the object it becomes, and the context of its use. Not only visual approaches are presented here, but also the narrative and conceptual angles. The aim of this event is to encourage the audience to consider the nature and function of the materials used in jewellery today.
From 18 Oct to 25 Nov
Opening 17 oct from 6:30 pm to 9 pm
Tue – fri from 1:30 pm to 6 pm
sat from 10 am to 12:30 pm / from 2 pm to 5 pm
price : 6€ / 3€ / 0€
Musée de Minéralogie MINES ParisTech
60 boulevard saint-michel
01 40 51 92 90
Rer b : luxembourg, métro : odéon
BRING IT ON
BJERRUM Helle, BJØRN Gitte, BORUP Katrine, BUCK Kim, BUKKEHAVE Christine, DAM Annette, GASPARSKI Kasia, HANSEN Castello, HEMSLEY Helen Clara, JÆGER Katja, JUZU Kaori, KLØVE Jytte,KRISTENSEN Marie-Louise, KROGH HANSEN Janne, MOURITZEN Pernille, MØRCH-JØRGENSEN Therese & HARDENBERG Torben, MUSSE Peder, NOYONS Karina, NYGAARD Gitte, PONTOPPIDAN Karen, PRASCH Camilla, RØNSHOLT SMITH Josefine, SAABYE Mette, SUNTUM Per, WINTHER Josephine
BRING IT ON presents 26 prominent Danish jewellery artists who experiment with many things, like storytelling, humour and classical aesthetics. BRING IT ON showcases contemporary jewellery art expressed through solid craftsmanship.
The impressive Maison du Danemark on the Champs-Élysées provides the setting for BRING IT ON, curated and staged by Art Jewellery Copenhagen.
From 4 Nov to 21 Jan
Opening 4 nov from 4 pm at 7 pm
Tue – fri from 1 pm to 7 pm
sat – sun from 1 pm to 6 pm
Maison du Danemark
142 avenue des champs-elysées
01 56 59 17 40
Subway : charles-de-gaulle-étoile
Parcours Bijoux 2017
25 September – 30 November
See the full programme on