Multiple Exposures - Jewelry and Photography
"Multiple Exposures - Jewelry and Photography"
The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue are the first to examine the union of contemporary jewelry and the photographic image, demonstrating how each of these mediums is informed and enlarged by an engagement with the other. The works included, both historical pieces and recent creations by over eighty international art jewelers, suggest the richness of this encounter and the artistic strength embodied in this dynamic combination of object and image.
The exhibition and catalogue feature a number of Dutch designers, among which Gijs Bakker
, Peter Deckers, Jantje Fleischhut, Herman Hermsen, Iris Nieuwenburg, Ruudt Peters, Loes van Riel, Truike Verdegaal and Mecky van den Brink.
Author: Ursula Ilse-Neuman
Publisher: Officina Libraria / The Museum of Arts and Design
More about the book and the exhibition: MAD
The Gijs + Emmy Spectacle
"The Gijs + Emmy Spectacle
Fashion and Jewelry Design by Gijs Bakker and Emmy van Leersum, 1967-1972"
Gijs Bakker and Emmy van Leersum are internationally recognized as pioneers in their field of modern jewellery design. They were the first to make minimal jewellery out of unorthodox materials, such as aluminium and Plexiglas. The pair set off a real revolution in jewellery design in the 1960s. In this book The Gijs + Emmy Spectacle. Fashion and Jewelry Design by Gijs Bakker and Emmy van Leersum, 1967-1972, the focus is on the early, collective work of the artist duo (1967-1972). This work does not limit itself to jewellery, but also moves into the realms of fashion, design and art.
Author: Marjan Boot, Lex Reitsma
More about the book and the film, or to order it: nai010
'Triple Parade', the publication accompanying the travelling exhibition presented by Ubi Gallery, Beijing.
Both the exhibition and publication are based on the work of six jewellery artists from the Netherlands. A dialogue between different generations educated at the same Art School in Amsterdam; a dialogue between remarkable, outstanding and emerging artists.
Artists: Gijs Bakker
, Lucy Sarneel, Jie Sun, Dinie Besems, Manon van Kouswijk, Boris de Beijer.
For more information, visit the Ubi Gallery website
Art Jewelry Forum's Best of Interviews
AJF Best of Interviews
includes conversations with Madeleine Albright, Gijs Bakker
, Jamie Bennett, Lola Brooks, Helen Drutt, Iris Eichenberg, Clo Fleiss, Warwick Freeman, Matthew Friday & Kerianne Quick, Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Yevgeniya Kaganovitch, Sally Marsland, Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Helena and Lasse Pahlman, Sienna Patti, Bruce Pepich, Lindsay Pollock, Dorothea Prühl, 2Roses, and Tanel Veenre.
A book by Benjamin Lignel
Published by Art Jewelry Forum
More information about the book, or to order it: Art Jewelry Forum
Gijs Bakker 370 - 377
"Gijs Bakker 370 - 377"
Catalogue of the solo exhibition of Gijs Bakker's new works presented by Caroline van Hoek at Design Miami/ Fair 2013.
Edited by Caroline van Hoek.
More about the exhibition: Click here
The Handbook of Design For Sustainability
"I Am a User, Not a Consumer"
Chapter by Gijs Bakker and Louise Schouwenberg
A book edited by Stuart Walker and Jacques Giard
Managing editor: Helen L. Walker
Published by BLOOMSBURY
More about the book, or to order it: Bloomsbury
POSTMODERNISM - Style and Subversion, 1970-1990
2011 the V&A published Postmodernism.
The book was published to accompony the exhibition of the same name at The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Gijs Bakker's "Pforzheim 1780" necklace from 1985 is featured in both the publication and the exhibition.
This major exhibition was the first in-depth survey of art, design and architecture of the 1970s and the 1980s, examining one of the most contentious phenomena in recent art and design history: postmodernism.
The book assesses the impact of postmodernism on all areas of art and design.
Edited by Glenn Adamson and Jane Pavitt
V&A Publishers, 2011
ISBN 978 1 85177 659 7
ON JEWELLERY - A COMPENDIUM of international contemporary art jewellery
On Jewellery is an indispensable handbook of international contemporary art jewellery. The text discusses movements, philisophical trends and jewellry’s role as a cultural object, spanning from the late 1960s to today, within the context of concurrent trends in art and society. On Jewellery is a synopsis of what jewellery art is and can be.
A book by Liesbeth den Besten.
Published by ARNOLDSCHE
ISBN 978 3 89790 349 4
More about the book, or to order it Click here
Article Yii in Design Magazine China
Recently Beijing based "Design" magazine published an extensive article on Yii Design.
Download the article here (Chinese)
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition EMMY+GIJS+ALDO at the Zuiderzee Museum, Enkhuizen (NL), edited by Jan Boelen, design: Geoffrey Brusatto
ISBN 987 90 6450 744 1 EMMY+GIJS+ALDO
More about the book, or to order it: 010Publishers
Chi ha paura...? Who's afraid...?
Catalogue of the CHP overview exhibition at Vicenzaoro, curated by Alba Capellieri, design: Giampaolo Rizzo
2011, Mondadori Electa S.p.A, Milan ISBN 9788837086992
Gallerie Ra www.galerie-ra.nl
Deux Poisons www.deuxpoissons.com
Designers on Jewellery Twelve years of jewellery production by Chi ha paura...?
‘Chi ha paura…?’, the Netherlands based jewellery production brand with the unpronounceable name and the question mark, is celebrating its twelve-year anniversary. The Italian name means Who is afraid of…?, followed implicitly by contemporary jewellery.
A 152 page book designed by Joost Grootens Studio, Designers on Jewellery: Twelve years of jewellery production by Chi ha paura…? has been published by Arnoldsche Art Publishers on this occasion. The book features specially commissioned photography by Rien Bazen and an essay, ‘The quest for intelligent design jewellery,’ by Liesbeth den Besten.
“Gijs Bakker and Jewelry ”, monograph,
2004, monograph, author: Ida van Zijl, design: Anthon Beeke
Edited by: SM’s (Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch),
International distribution: ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers, Stuttgart
Sense of Wonder, Chi ha Paura...?,
2002, Liesbeth den Besten,
Museum Het Kruithuis,
Objects to use,
2000, Ida van Zijl,
1998, Yvonne Brentjens
Jewelry of our time,
1995, Helen Drutt and Peter Dormer,
Thames and Hudson,
1993 Renny Ramakers,
Solo voor een solist,
1989, Gert Staal