Opening: Sunday April 10th from 16:30 – 19:30
Jewelry from around the world April 10th – May 21st 2016
Leaving evidence of their passage by way of the photo shooting which will be set up on the opening day, Sunday April 10th 2016, from 4:30 pm until 7:30 pm. In this occasion, visitors attending the exhibition will be able to wear some of the exhibited jewelry and be "immortalized"
Creativity Oggetti presents “Transit – Jewelry from around the world”. Italian and foreign jewelry meet in the Turin gallery in Via Carlo Alberto 40/f from April 10th – May 21st, leaving evidence of their passage by way of the photo shooting which will be set up on the opening day, Sunday April 10th 2016, from 4:30 pm until 7:30 pm. In this occasion, visitors attending the exhibition will be able to wear some of the exhibited jewelry and be "immortalized", interacting in an entertaining way with works of un-conventional jewelry coming from different parts of the world: Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Finland, Greece, Israel, Russia, Corea, Colombia, Venezuela and Chile. Our ongoing research for innovation and excellence, also abroad, has led us to integrate artists who are present for the first time, like Gili Doliner, Nicolas Estrada, Christine Jalio, Olivia Monti Arduini, Patricio Parada, Nicole Schuster, Niki Stylianou, Artemis Valsamaki, Ksenia Vokhmentseva, Cristina Zani, but not only... The exhibition will also highlight new pieces created by Sofia Beilharz, Isabelle Busnel, Clara del Papa, Salome Lippuner, Mia Kwon, artists already hosted by Creativity, whereas the Italians Myriam B and Carmen Scar will present new collections that have been selected for the LOOT 2016: MAD About Jewelry show, which will take place at the Museum of Modern Arts and Design in New York.
Paola Volpi, in collaboration with Nahye Ko, will exhibit at the “21st Century. Design After Design” - XXI Esposizione Internazionale della Triennale di Milano, from April 2nd 2016.
Over the past few years, Creativity has increasingly oriented its research towards new languages, in line with current trends, at an international level. A research geared on identifying emotional objects defined by quality, experimentation and innovation. Exhibited are high level works where the jewel becomes the protagonist: sculpture- objects distinguished by full and concurrently fine volumes, enhanced by colors and transparencies. Resins, silicone, porcelain, silver, lacquers, metal meshes and wood are the materials that give life to these fashion jewels. The contemporary jewel is an artifact often made with materials not bound to traditional jewelry making. It is a sculpture object which re-defines the surrounding space and becomes a jewel when it is being worn. ￼￼
The pictures of the photo shooting will be made by the photographer Elisa Perotti and will be given as a present in web-format to those who want to be portrayed. The exhibition will show actual collections, on display and for sale.