9–15 March 2020

(11.03 – 15.03.2020)

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JOYA at Françoise Heitsch Gallery

Jeemin Jamie Chung, Liana Pattihis, Omri Goren, Lily Kanellopoulou, Sofia Björkman

Amalienstraße 19, 80333 München, Germany

Opening 11.03 18:00
Wed-Fri 14:00-19:00
Sat-Sun 12:00-16:00

JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery & Objects will present five artists at Galerie Françoise Heitsch, during Munich Jewellery Week 2020.The artists based their new collections in the organic forms of the nature, transforming into art wall installations and art jewellery pieces.

 

SOFIA BJÖRKMAN, Brooch, Title: From the series: Garden Year: 2019, Technique: 3D hand-drawings Material: PLA, steel, paint, Photo: Sofia Björkman
LIANA PATTIHIS, Series: To mend my broken Heart, Title: Cobalt Blue Ring /Pendant, 2019, Materials: Handle from a damaged antique cobalt blue and gilt small tea cup mark 441 Porcelain, 12c gold filled chain L6cm x W4.7cm x H2.5cm, Detachable Chain: L105cm Photo Credit: Liana Pattihis

Lily Kanelloupolou, JOYA Winner 2019, focused on the idea of how a lifeless, considered to be dead material, could give birth to something new. Jeemin Jamie Chung uses metal as her main material, creating unique organic pieces to express her poetic vision by revealing the moments of her life.

Sofia Björkman and Liana Pattihis will present their latest works and collaboration – a garden inspired installation, and the Israeli artist Omri Goren will show a large wall piece that combine fabrics, metals and paintings, a dialogue between ideas, materials and technologies.

LILY KANELLOPOULOU, Series: Healing, Brooch, Title: Blue Shadows Year: 2019, Materials: resin, silver, bronze, pigments, stainless steel, Photo: Orestis Rovakis
OMRI GOREN, Bracelet , Title: Sus bracelet,. Year:2019, Materials: brass plated, patina, textile, Photo: Hilit Caduri
JEEMIN JAMIE CHUNG, Brooch, Series: Two separate ways, Title: Two separate ways No.9 Year: 2019, Materials: brass, pigment, 24k gold Dimension: 60x23x90mm, Photo: Jeemin Jamie Chung