3stations

5 exhibitions in 1 place
81373 München, Welserstr. 11 / 15 / 23 / 29-31

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upcoming shows in March 2017

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Common Stories

20 Joya Brava Members

Since April 2015, the Chilean Association Joya Brava has been working with Jorge Manilla as tutor and curator of our most recent Project “Common Stories”, exhibition that brings together the works of 20 Chilean jewelers.
This workshop lasted over a year, had 2 in-person stages in Chile and one remote stage, which made it an alternative to the traditional training processes, with concentrated periods of work and swift progress and others more paused, of reflection and maturation.
Thus, “Common Stories” presents 20 series of works relating personal visions on identity, making apparent what has become invisible for being so present.
Domestic esthetics, home embellishment, aging of materials, patches, precarious repairs and all classes of ingenious solutions transforming and maintaining useful the objects that surround us, were the starting point of our research. We believe that repairing and protecting are profoundly Latin American customs that gave form to our esthetical perception.

3Stations Art Studio, located in Welserstrasse 15, Munich

The opening will be at 3pm on Thursday 9th
Thursday 9th   3 pm – 7 pm
Friday 10th and Saturday 11th  10 am – 6 pm
Sunday 12th  10 am – 2 pm

Contact:  Vania Ruiz  info@joyabrava.cl
+56966508051
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“3Gedenken”
Chien-Wei Chang, Ignasi Cavaller, William Faulkner

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Chien-Wei Chang

After several years working in the collectables market of UK contemporary crafts, I began to establish myself as a metal artist working in the UK applied arts. I love metal because of the characteristics of the material and the process of making it work: treating it with fire to anneal it, using hammers to translate the invisible ideas into visual forms, and bathing it in water to clean it. When I place metal, especially silver, into acid to purify and turn it white, it feels as though I have completed a personal ritual – almost like a baptism.

Driven by a passion for metal as a material and a personal interest in the ritual of the making process, most of my works reveal strong Eastern aesthetics and cultural references by combining metal with other natural materials, such as wood, bamboo or found objects. Each piece I produce has a title and depicts different stages of the narrative of my life as a foreign artist living in the UK: my goal is combining artistry with storytelling in order to communicate the meanings and messages of my work to as wide an audience as possible.

09.3. 15-19h, 3stations, , Welsertr. 29a, 81373 München, 9.- 12.3., Do. 15-19h, Fr. Sa. 10-18h, So. 10-14h, Tel. +44 77 9695644834, Tel. +690 174308, Tel. +49 176 30692323

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For the 6th edition, An Vandevorst & Filip Arickx – A.F.VANDEVORST – Belgian fashion label – were invited for the annual jewellery project by the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.

Students of the 2nd & 3rd  Bachelor course at the Jewellery Design & Silversmithing department are asked to design for celebrities in or outside of the jewellery industry.

‘‘..we agreed immediately as we have a strong connection with jewellery. After we talked to the students to explain our work and visions, it was very surprising to see how each of them translated our world into their own. Not an easy task as we are two very different personalities. Although we are a couple in life and in work and share a lot of our aesthetics, we have quite a different approach when it comes to jewellery for ourselves.”
An Vandevorst & Filip Arickx

Project Designing for Another Person starts at the Academy as an exercise for students to design for professional clients, as they will do in careers as jewellery designer/makers. Individual ideas, experience and talents are confronted with the tastes, dislikes and demands of someone they come to know through a working commission. For students this is an opportunity to acquire live project experience. For the audience we present the promise of rising young talents.

Previous editions

‘Ring for the Lords’ (Walter Van Beirendonck & Marnick Smessaert), ‘Jewels for the Ladies’  (Marjan Unger and Anita Evenepoel), ‘Brooches para las Chicas’ (Chequita Nahar & Valeria Vallarta Siemelink), ‘Mary Ted Noten’ (Ted Noten & Clemence-Marie van Lieshout), ‘For Each a Bracelet’ (Paul Derrez & Willem Hoogstede, Gallery RA Amsterdam).

Participants

ANNELEEN DE VREE, ARNE VAN DE MIEROP, EMILIE PUTTEMAN, JADE HOUBEN, JIL JANDER, MARA GRIGORIU,
SOPHIA DE GROOT, THERESA STORBACKA, VIE STESSENS, VIKTORIA VON MALOTTKI, XINYUAN HU, YUTONG JIN

Jewellery Design Royal Academy of fine arts Antwerp                                                     Photography © Elyane Van Coillie – www.elyanevancoillie.comwww.ap.be/koninklijke-academie
jewelleryantwerpacademy@outlook.com

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‘NO EXPIRY’

by Dimitar Stankov and Jonathan Hens

#58 on Munich Jewellery Map MJW17
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ALAFRANGA Dimitar seeks a way to depict the sound images emerging in human mind after its interaction with certain sound or traditional Bulgarian folklore music combining craftsmanship and innovative technology. The music represents the traditional manners and it can be used to chase away evil spirits or to bring happiness and joy. This duality inspires him to materialize the sound that can be heard but cannot be felt by touch.

NIGHTLIGHT SKIN Jonathan Hens’ work speaks of recent developments in today’s world, which has seen a fusion between the banal and the subcultures and becomes a place where men and women have merged into androgynous beings. His designs are the result of an intense search for an alternative identity. Rather than a classic example of beauty, the viewer gets to see Hens’ interpretation of it.

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09.3. 15-19h, 3stations Studio, “Relatos Habituales-Common Stories”, Artists are 20 Joya Brava members, Welserstr. 15, 81373 München, 9.-12.3., Do. 15-19h, Fr. Sa 10-18h, So. 10-14h, Vania Ruiz (Chile) Tel. +56 9 66508051

09.3. 15-19h, 3stations, “3Gedenken”, Chien-Wei Chang, Ignasi Cavaller, William Faulkner, Welsertr. 29a, 81373 München, 9.- 12.3., Do. 15-19h, Fr. Sa. 10-18h, So. 10-14h, Tel. +44 77 9695644834, Tel. +690 174308, Tel. +49 176 30692323

09.3. 15-19h, 3stations, Studio Lofts, “No Expiry”, Dimitar Stankov, Jonathan Hens, Welserstr. 15, 81373 München, 9.-12.3., Do. 15-19h, Fr. 10-18h, Sa. So. 10-14h, Dimitar Stankov Tel. +32 495327052, Jonathan Hens Tel. +32 483362484

09.3. 15-19h, 3stations (Atelier Afra Dopfer), Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp Belgium, Welserstr. 23, 81373 München, 9.-12.3., Do. 15-19h, Fr. Sa. 10-18h, So 10-14h, Marc Ribbens Tel. +32 476 659826

09.3. 11-19h, 3stations, “Keep Calm & Play Chess”, Students of Eva Eislers K. O. V. Studio, AAAD Prague, Welserstr. 11, 81373 München, 9.-13.3., Fr. Sa. 10-18h, So. 10-14h, Tel. +42 1917588339

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