Nature morte. Jewellery

 

19 February - 13 April 2017

 

exhibition organized in cooperation with the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław
curators: Agata Danielak-Kujda, Giedymin Jabłoński
originator: Michael Petry

 

The exhibition „Nature morte. Contemporary artists reinvigorate the Still-Life tradition” in the Four Domes Pavilion is accompanied by a display of still-life motives in contemporary jewellery, presented in the main seat of the National Museum in Wrocław.

 

The exhibition “Nature morte. Jewellery” was created basing on the original idea by Michael Petry. Its curators are lecturers of the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław: Agata Danielak-Kujda i Giedymin Jabłoński. The exhibition will feature over 80 works by artists, including several representatives of the recently founded Departement of Jewellery at the Faculty of Interior Architecture and Design at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław. The display will include works by Andi Gut, Bruce Metcalf, David Watkins, Hans Stofer, Gijs Bakker, Ramon Puig Cuyàs, Ruudt Peters and many others acknowledged artists from all over the world.


– We invited artists who respect tradition or, playing with conventions, deprive forms of their function and create new meanings – explain the curator prof. Agata Danielak-Kujda. – We present objects small in size, in which artists combine idea with form, function, material and construction, creating original and unique compositions with esthetic, symbolic and appropriable values.

 

 

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Katerina Belkina "For Kahlo"

 

 

Artists featured at the display:
Adriana Lisowska & Aneta Lis-Marcinkiewicz PL, Afke Golsteijn NL, Agata Danielak Kujda PL, Agata Nartowska PL, Agata Nowosielska PL, Aneta Regel PL/UK, Andi Gut DE, Andrea Wippermann DE, Andrzej Boss PL, Andrzej Pacak UK/PL, Andrzej Szadkowski PL, Anita Matysek PL, Anna & Jacek Mydlarscy PL, Bruce Metcalf US, Carmen Amador ES, David Clarke UK, Diana Gladkaja LT, Dovile Kondrasovaite LT, Eeva Wornell FI, Eija Mustonen FI, Emily Valentine Bullock NZ, Felieke van der Leest NO, Fritz Maierhofer AT,  Giedymin Jabłoński PL, Gijs Bakker NL, Hans Stofer UK, Herman Hermsen DE, Hilde de Decker BE, Helena Lehtinen FI, Jacek & Anna Mydlarscy PL, Jarosław Westermark PL, Jivan Astfalck UK, Jorge Manila MX/BE, Judy McCaig UK, Karol Weisslechner SK, Katerina Belkina RU/DE, Katja Prins NL, Kelly McCallum UK, Ketli Titsar EE, Kristi Paap EE, Małgorzata Kalińska PL, Marek Rogulski PL, Mari Ishikawa JP/DE, Michael Petry UK, Mindaugas & Asta Simkieviciai LT, Mona Wallstrom SE, Nanna Melland NO, Nikola Weryk PL, Nina Sajet NL, Peter Skubic AT, Petra Zimmermann AT, Philip Sajet NL & Elisabetta Cappello IT, Pierre Cavalan AU, Przemysław  Wańczyk PL, Ramon Puig Cuyas ES, Rima Zaveckaite LT, Ruudt Peters NL, Sara Gackowska PL, Sari Liimatta FI, Sergiusz Kuchczyński PL, Sigurd  Bronger NO, Silvia Walz ES, Sławomir Fijałkowski PL, Tanel Veenre EE, Tasso Mattar DE, Ted Noten NL, Tina Lilienthal UK, Wojciech Kalandyk PL,  Wojciech Mokwiński PL, Zane Zukovska Skersiene LV

 

Students:
Agata Stenkowska, Agnieszka Ihnatowicz, Agnieszka Pasek, Agnieszka  Tchórzewska, Aleksandra Lubos, Angelika Warzyc, Katarzyna Konińska, Katarzyna Rakowiecka, Małgorzata Matrenik, Paulina Cieślewska, Wiktoria Snela, Zuzanna Trawińska

 

Exhibition venue:
The National Museum in Wrocław, pl. Powstańców Warszawy 5, main hall, ground floor
Tickets: 15 PLN

 

 

Petra Zimmerman, Necklace "Vanitas vanitatum et omnia
vanitas.", 2017


 

David Clarke