Contemporary Jewellery: new scenarios and new technologies between research, fashion and market
The exhibition entitled Dialogues Italy - Japan (inaugurated on September 23rd and running until November 5th) is currently taking place at the Oratorio San Rocco in Padua, curated by AGC Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo and JJDA Japan Jewellery Designers Association.
On November 5th a panel discussion entitled Contemporary Jewellery: new scenarios and new technologies between research, fashion and market will take place in Sala Rossini at Stabilimento Pedrocchi, bringing few voices together.
Mirella Cisotti, Head of the Culture Department, Tourism, Museums and scholar of contemporary jewellery, will moderate the discussion. Some personalities of the field will attend, including:
Paulo Ribeiro, Director Joya Barcelona
Leo Caballero, Director of the network Klimt 02
Rita Marcangelo, Gallery director and curator Cominelli collection
Nichka Marobin, Art historian, blogger and exhibition curator
Chiara Scarpitti, Designer and PhD
Guglielmina Peretto, Regional President of Confartigianato Orafi
Stefano Rossi, Goldsmith and member of the AGC
The panel will take place at Sala Rossini of Stabilimento Pedrocchi, via VII Febbraio 15, Padova starting from 10.00
Dialoghi is a project started in December 2012 for the wishes of the two Chairpersons of AGC and JJDA who decided to initiate the enterprise of 2015, the year that marks the 50th anniversary of JJDA and the 10th anniversary since the foundation of AGC.
The project bases on the concept of Dialogues among the members of the two associations, specifically each artist have sent counterpart an image related to the artistic culture of his/her own country as inspiration material for the creation of a piece of jewelry. Their creations have been exhibited in several places between Japan and Italy such as the Italian Cultural Institute in Tokyo, Kofu Prefectural Museum of Art (Yamanashi), Museum of Mediterranean Natural History in Livorno, Cominelli Foundation in Cisano di San Felice.
At the end of exhibition each participant can donate his or her own piece to the Japanese/Italian colleague and vice-versa, as a memory of this cultural exchange.