Looking Back to Look Forward part I

Here we go with the first part of a short report of what has been achieved by Alchimia graduates and students from July 2011 onwards.

Enjoy!

PART ONE

Angela O’Keefe in Matters of Life and Death, Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery, Bradford, UK

Anja Eichler in FRESH TALENTS, Galerie Ra, Amsterdam, NL

to read the article of Kerianne Quick on Anja and her work click here: www.artjewelryforum.org

Alchimia Gallery invited to JOYA 2011, Barcelona, ESP

Students Andrea Coderch and Isabel Dammermann have been selected for the show

Sieraad Jewellery Fair 2011, Amsterdam, NL
Alchimia third year students invited for the performance RED

for more information on this important event in Amsterdam click here: AJF.blog

Gabi Veit, solo show at Antonella Cattani contemporary art, Bozen, IT

For more details and images of the show click here: alchimiablog

Michelle Kraemer in 15 Jahre, Stoss im Himmel, Vienna, AUT

to know about this exhibition: click here

www.stossimhimmel.net

Anastasia Kandaraki opened her own contemporary jewellery school Anamma in Athens, GRE

click here to check the school’s website

Anamma’s first school exhibition

The collective NOI NOVE, all Alchimia graduates, at Museum LALALOUNIS, Athens, GRE

Daniela Boieri, Elisa Deval and Marzia Rossi in ULTRAMARINE, Tallinn, EST

Connie Ochoa and Claudia Cucchi in Think Twice, Exhibition of Latin American Jewellery which started at MAD Museum, New York, USA
and then toured in the United States and Europe

Claudia Cucchi

Connie Ochoa

for details: click here

Stay tuned for the next chapters!

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