22 04 2017 — 10 06 2017
HELEN BRITTON & DAVID BIELANDER Giftbox
The gallery celebrates its 10th anniversary! The saying ‘time flies’ was never more appropriate. Ten years in which the gallery made 125 exhibitions and participated in 20 art fairs, both in The Netherlands and abroad. Next to that they have organized lots of other things: museum shows, book productions, lectures and special events.
Galerie Rob Koudijs
1016 TV Amsterdam
main solo expo
Mar 19 – Apr 29, 2017
LINES & SURFACES
Karen Vanmol – Timothy Veske-McMahon – Yu Hiraishi – Kirsten Spuijbroek
/ Statement / Collectie Ghost
2000 Antwerp, Belgium
open Thu Fri Sat 11 am – 6 pm and welcome on appointment
+32 472 420 683
AMBERIF is the world’s most important amber exhibition and the largest jewellery event in Central and Eastern Europe. Here business meets art, creative ideas are born, the latest trends and technologies in jewellery design are presented.
AMBERIF 2017 brings together more than 450 companies from 14 countries. The organisers expect close to 7,000 visitors from all over the world: mainly Poland, Russia, Germany, China, the UK, the USA, Latvia, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Ukraine, Denmark, Sweden, Austria, Hungary, Finland, France and Italy. AMBERIF’s highlight is the AMBER LOOK Trends & Styles 2017 Amber and Fashion Gala.
AMBERIF is a trade-only event, addressed to individuals and businesses who trade in jewellery, jewellery art and functional art.
Amberif Design Award
The Jury awarded the following prizes:
THE GRAND PRIZE
MARCIN TYMIŃSKI, Poland
sponsored by Mr Paweł Adamowicz, the Mayor of the City of Gdańsk PLN 10,000:
A sophisticated combination of Baltic amber, polymer and steel. The Jury unanimously agreed the piece should be awarded the grand prize for elegant and simple contemporary piece of jewellery. The way the piece channels and diffuses the light through its facets and surfaces creates a glowing beacon of design.
The Amber Prize
ANNELISA MERCIER, France
sponsored by the International Amber Association 1 kg of amber :
A direct honesty in the carving of the faces with a rough sculptural quality. The piece demonstrates an intuitive and sensitive handling of this special media.
The Silver Prize
SUSANNE ELSTNER, Germany
1 kg of silver:
The jury especially appreciated the contrast between the organic charcoal and amber elements, and the colour difference between the design’s dark density and light transparency. The working of the material suggests an interesting movement which will be augmented when worn on the body.
The Jury decided to award two honorary mentions:
· MAREN GILOY, Germany
The Jury agreed this design exemplified the versatility and understanding of amber as a rough or polished material.
· MIRON KUTARBA, Poland
The Jury appreciated this crisp modern design which references the changing state of amber from liquid to solid.
AMBERIF 2017 | www.amberif.pl
Dates: 22-24 March, 10:00-18:00 | 25 March, 10:00-17:00
Venue: AMBEREXPO Exhibition & Convention Centre, Żaglowa 11, Gdańsk, Poland
Organised by: MTG SA Gdańsk International Fair Co.
Project Director: Ewa Rachoń | firstname.lastname@example.org