The DEADLINE for applications to participate in our Athens AIR programme + Group show Initiation III/Kallichoron is tomorrow midnight. The Athens Residency includes a series of curated site and museum visits in Athens, as well as a week of intensive workshops on Ritual Dance/Performance/Story Telling+Media Work. The group show will take place at Florian Trampler […]Read More Deadline for MJW 2018 is tomorrow, Sunday 15 October
Here are some of the questions artists/designers/makers interested in our project “Initiation 2018 – Kallichoron at Munich Jewellery Week” ask us: Who is firstname.lastname@example.org I have to send my questions to? Loukia Richards is an artist and curator. She was a nominee for the Herbert Hofmann Prize in „Schmuck 2017“. Richards has lectured for Zimmerhof […]Read More Q&A_s: INITIATION 2018 – Munich Jewlery Week
British Vogue (August issue) features an article on the sad changes in the (former) vibrant art scene of Istanbul one year after the failed coup d’etat, a piece on hackers and security threads in the internet (including Isis terror) and a reporting on how dressing for business dictates the trend for the next winter season. […]Read More Is politics the “new black”?
Chiara Cavallo is a member of the Initiation 2017/Sieraad International Art Jewellery Fair Amsterdam. Initiation 2017 is curated by Loukia Richards and Christoph Ziegler aka ZLR Betriebimperium. Chiara came to Athens for the preparation of her Sieraad project and went back to Italy with a solo show in Athens – held under the auspices of […]Read More Chiara Cavallo: Make a wish, make a knot!
Yesterday’s Tarot Moebling at #Initiation2017 – Florian Trampler Gallery – Munich Jewellery Week. We interpreted the following cards: The Wheel of Fortune – The High Priestess -The Hierophant – The Star. Photo credit: Christoph Ziegler http://www.initiation2017.comRead More Tarot Moebling: A different approach to jewellery via group bonding.
Photo: Square Brooch. 2017. Christoph Ziegler’s „Broom Brooches“ are wearable collages made of plastic pieces and household objects the artist collects at the beach or purchases at gipsy „trash“ markets in Greece. Ziegler’s colorful concentric objects make allusions to the shine and glamour of precious jewellery and make fun of the various genres of popular […]Read More Christoph Ziegler: “Today’s trash is tomorrow’s gold.”