“Eternal Lovers – A temporary Store” Group Exhibition -fashion and jewels- 18.12 – 28.12.2011December 18, 2011 3:54 pm
|From December 18th through December 28th WM Gallery will be transformed into a temporary store. ‘Eternal Lovers’ is a place where artistry and craftsmanship intertwine. Several artists will conceive, make and sell their unique series of jewelry and fashion.
For this special occacion the gallery will be open every day till December 28th between 11.00-18.00. Opening: Sunday December 18th, from 14.00 – 18.00.
About the artists:
Is a family company run by brother and sister Nahuel and Jazmin Blaton. They continue the tradition of jewelry making in the Blaton family, respecting the family techniques and adding new elements at the same time.
|Marcel Ivens was born in Amsterdam in the autumn of 2010. Marcel Ivens is the perfect male designer, a combination between two female artist friends. Marcel Ivens makes beautiful and sexy hand-printed T-thirts for him and her, on silk or cotton. Collages and texts. Marcel Ivens has three lines: “MOTHER”, “Fuck Yeah” and “ai ai ai”.
|Isfrid Angard Siljehaug
Outdoor fashion for mountains and seas.
makes jewelry inspired by colour, glitter and the sea.
|Catarina Aimee Dahms’
practice has been shaped by assembling the fragments of diverse cultural traditions and influences, constantly rearranging her nomadic mix. For the temporary store and as an extension to her print-based illustration series “Geometry of Passion”, Catarina will be making a collection of one-of-a-kind artist attire.
|Paul Gangloff &
introduce their collection of t-shirts!
The idea came about during a workshop at Jan van Eyck Academie called ‘Open to Interpretation’ – an attempt to actualise the potential of lyrics found in (post)punk zines from the early eighties. Inspired by a drawing found next to a piece of lyrics, we connected some dots and findings and here they are:
“Punk is not death”, white silkscreen on black shirt /
“Formula”, black silkscreen on white shirt.
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Anthropologists in Art