Posts Tagged ‘Michael Berger’

Joya 2012, My Visit (and Part Two)

Joya 2012, My Visit (and Part Two)

      At the showroom of “Joya,” the jewelry fair celebrated in Barcelona a few days ago, we saw jewels from more than thirty artists, some of whom have participated since the first edition, including Liana Pattihis who was this year’s guest artist.   Liana Pattihis has developed her own unique method of sifting and fusing [...]


Joya: My Visit (Part One)

Joya: My Visit (Part One)

Last week I visited Joya, the contemporary jewelry fair in Barcelona.  The photographs I show you serve as testament to the hours I shared with creative people who love what they do. La setmana passada vaig visitar Joya, la fira de joieria contemporània de Barcelona i les fotografies que us presento volen ser el testimoni [...]


Jewels in Motion

By Rosa Nogués Freixas  Susie Ganch  Isabell Schaupp  Mari Funaki  Michael Berger Donna D’Aquino To talk about kinetics, means to talk about movement, speed, rhythm, time.  Motion involves changes: faster or slower, but nothing stops, moving all the time. To talk about it involves the notion of the future, the presence of a future that [...]


Michael Berger at "Joya. Setmana de la Joieria Contemporània de Barcelona"

Michael Berger, with his kinetic jewelry, is one from a group of artists taking part in the showroom at “Joya. Setmana de la Joieria Contemporània de Barcelona.” Older post from this artist. En Michael Beger, amb les seva joieria cinètica,.és un dels artistes que formen part del showroom de “Joya. Setmana de la Joieria Contemporània [...]


Showroom Joya

Artists in the showroom at “Joya. Setmana de la Joieria Contemporània de Barcelona.” Michael Berger (Alemania, 1966) Florence Croisier (França, 1965) Marijke de Goey (Holanda, 1947) Cilmara de Oliveira (Brasil, 1955) Petr Dvorak (Àustria, 1954) Sara Engberg (Suècia, 1969) Maki Kawawa (Japó, 1986) Claudia Lassner (Alemania, 1982) Yannick Mur (França, 1963) Taisuke Nakada (Japó, 1983) [...]


Michael Berger

Seguint la feina de Friedrich Becker (1922-1997), l’inventor de la joieria cinètica, aquest joier basa els seus treballs en el moviment. Klimt02. Following the work of Friedrich Becker (1922-1997), the inventor of kinetic jewelry, this jeweler bases his pieces on movement. Klimt02.