Posts Tagged ‘exhibitions’
SNAG is pleased to be a sponsor of Uneasy Beauty: Discomfort in Contemporary Adornment, on view through April 21, 2019 at Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA. It brings together 75 examples of contemporary jewelry and costume that demonstrate the power of adornment to impact us physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Curated by Suzanne Ramljak, former editor of Metalsmith magazine. (at right: Leah Aripotch, Snake Bag) Learn more
SNAG is proud sponsor of The Museum of Craft and Design’s exhibition Tex Gieling: Sixty Years, curated by Elizabeth Shypertt, on view November 17, 2018-February 24, 2019 in San Francisco. It features work by metal arts legend Imogene “Tex” Gieling. Learn more
SNAG is pleased to be a supporter of Fake News and True Love: Fourteen Stories by Robert Baines, on view at the Museum of Arts and Design, NYC through March 3, 2019. The Australian artist explores the issue of fake news through the lens of jewelry. Learn more
SNAG is pleased to be a sponsor of Triple Parade at the HOW Art Museum in Shanghai, China through January 6, 2019. Includes 12 SNAG members. Learn more
New York’s first annual week dedicated to celebrating jewelry, launches November 12-18, 2018. Over 20 jewelry-related exhibitions and more than 90 events will activate venues across the city.
The full schedule of events can be found at nycjewelryweek.com
Join SNAG for a Meet & Greet at Mother’s Ruin, 18 Spring Street, NYC on November 14th from 4:00-6:00pm!
Many of the contemporary jewelry exhibitions feature SNAG members! Here is just a selection of what you will find:
Loud and Clear: Voices from the Empire State – curated by Biba Schutz and Marjorie Simon. Featuring: Lynn Batchelder, Jamie Bennett, Klaus Burgel, Pat Flynn, Tom Herman, Reiko Ishiyama, Sergey Jivetin, Alex Lozier, Darcy Miro, Jonathan Wahl, and Kiwon Wang. November 12-16 at Maison Gerard, 43 E. 10th St. A. Opening reception November 14, 6:00-8:00pm.
Parallel Lines – Contemporary jewelry from Israel by women artists. Featuring Naama Bergman, Tamar Navama, Ruta Reifen, Dana Hakim, Noga Harel, Vered Kaminski, and Einat Leader. November 12-16 at Maison Gerard, 53 E. 10th St. A. Reception November 14, 5:30-8:00pm.
Charon Kransen Arts – Join Charon Kransen Arts for From Afar, a selection of works by Kadri Mälk, Katja Tóporski, Fumiki Tagushi, Mirjam Hiller, Niki Stylianou, and others. November 13-15 at Djuna, 4 West 29th St.
Earrings Galore – curated by Heidi Lowe and Shella Robinson. Featuring the earring in all its glory, this exhibition highlights more than 50 artists from the United States and abroad. November 13-18 at Heidi Lowe Gallery, 171 Elizabeth St. Opening reception November 13, 6:00-9:00pm. Special reception November 16, 6:00-9:00pm.
#fail #success – curated by Manuela Jimenez and Kendra Pariseault. Instagram offers the public a new and unique view into a maker’s studio. The exhibition showcases this tool and walks the audience through the creative process of the maker. Featuring Manuela Jimenez, Kendra Pariseault, Arthur Hash, Amelia Toelke, Emily Cobb & Mallory Weston, Kurt Pio, Ho’o Hee, Aurelie Guillaume, emiko oye, Georgina Trevino, Sena Huh, Laila Costa, Franziska Stetter & Thiago Piwowarczyk, Camila Escobar, Silvia Ardila, Maria Tritico, Sam Tyson, WooJungKim, Bryan Parnham, and Sarah Holden. November 12-18 at Artists & Fleas, 569 Broadway. emiko oye speaks November 13, 4pm, sponsored by RISD.
ANTIQUEMANIA – curated by Ana Estrades and Sasha Nixon. Brings together an eclectic group of contemporary jewelers whose different approaches to historical jewelry create an enriching visual dialogue between the past and the present, ancient and contemporary identity, materials, techniques, and aesthetics. Featuring: Isabelle Busnel, Ashley Buchanan, Miranda Leigh, Jennifer Trask, Melanie Bilenker, Kelly Jean Conroy, Rachel Andrea Davis, Alicia Jane Boswell, Jeanette Caines, and Mike Ellis. A panel discussion moderated by Karen Bachmann featuring Isabelle Busnel, Kelly Jean Conroy, and Jeanette Caines takes place November 16, 6:30-8:00pm. Reception to follow. Pratt Institute Manhattan Gallery, SCPS Gallery (2nd floor), 144 West 14th St.
KNOCKOFF – a curatorial collaboration between artists and professors of Jewelry and Metalwork Kerianne Quick (SDSU) and Jess Tolbert (UTEP). A roving exhibition that repositions the value of contemporary jewelry by presenting it on the street. On November 15 the KNOCKOFF team will move through the city with displays in tow, ‘popping-up’ near scheduled NYCJW events. Participating artists: Jessica Andersen, Nikki Couppee, Katie Kameen, Sharon Massey, Kerianne Quick, Jess Tolbert, Georgina Trevino, MJ Tyson, and Petra Winnwalker. Follow @knockoffexhibition for times.
The Kinship Between: American Women Jewelers – curated by Mark McDonald and Sienna Patti, featuring new work by four contemporary artists: Räissa Bump, Noam Elyashiv, Rebekah Frank, and Gabriella Kiss. November 12- 21. The Jewelry Library, 1239 Broadway.
Sirens- NYCJW – curated by JV Collective. To tempt, to seduce, to bewitch, to entrap, to wink, to flash, to caution, to scream. The duality of Sirens conjures vivid images that can be linked to the powerful capabilities of jewelry. Sirens is a
collection of new work from the JV Collective, a group of six female artists (Mallory Weston, Emily Cobb, Sarah Rachel Brown, Maria Eife, Melanie Bilenker, and Leslie Boyd). Join us for a one day ONLY event on November 17, 11:00 am-5:00pm with a reception from 7:00pm-10:00pm. Ghost Gallery, 893 Bergen St.
SUNY New Paltz – The SUNY New Paltz Metal Program presents denizen, an exhibition of art/jewelry/objects in the legendary Hotel Chelsea. As temporary occupants, artists install their work in Bay 7 – a raw, unpolished site within this historic building. Artists include: Sylvie Alusitz, Lynn Batchelder, Jamie Bennett, Julia Betts, Xiao Chen, Min Jae Eom, Zhike Gan, Michael Gayk, Stefan Gougherty, Liz Leupold, Betsy Lewis, Ruizhi Li, Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Irene Raptopoulos, Alejandra Salinas, Jolynn Santiago, Jamie Scherzer, and Kehan Wan. November 15-16, 11:00am-7:00pm. Closing reception November 16, 4:00-7:00pm. Hotel Chelsea, 234 W. 23rd St.
Do you dream of dabbling in the world of curating? Do you have a great idea for an exhibition?
SNAG’s Emerging Curators Program offers grants up to $2,500 to assist an emerging curator or curators in executing an exhibition focused on jewelry and/or metalwork.
Application deadline extended to December 15, 2017
An emerging curator may be a recent graduate of a jewelry and/or metalwork program; or artists who have hosted a few exhibitions; or curators looking to host an exhibition. Exhibition must open before December 31, 2018.
SNAG would like to take this opportunity to recognize our Corporate Members for their support: AGTA, Halstead, Pocosin Arts, and Shapeways.
Don’t miss Lauren Kalman’s exhibition “But if the Crime is Beautiful…” at the Museum of Art and Design. She has covered the inside and outside of MAD’s jewelry cases with 2,000 golden brass leaves. This and many more exhibitions in this week’s news post.
The permanent collection returns to the Renwick Gallery with a dynamic new presentation of more than 80 objects celebrating craft as a discipline and an approach to living differently in the modern world. This and more exhibitions can be found in this week’s news post.