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*8 November 2015- 3 January 2016 : Ram Foundation, Rotterdam, NL

If you happen to be in Rotterdam today then come by at Ram Foundation. I am showing new pieces –  ‘Selfportret #1, #2 and #3’  -among other artists at the Group Exhibition ‘Born of Concentration’.

The opening is at 5pm in the Van Vollenhovenstraat 14.

Hope to meet you there!

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“Van 8 november 2015 t/m 3 januari 2016 toont ramfoundation ” Born of Concentration” , een tentoonstelling die een pleidooi wil zij voor concentratie en waarneming. Te zien zijn installaties, foto’s, beelden, tekeningen en video’s van oa Célio Braga, Otto Egberts, Rolf Engelen,  Réka Fekete (HUN), Nan Groot Antink, Richard Hutten, Jean Mauboules (FRA), Wouter Sibum, Veerle Thoben, JCJ Vanderheyden, Gerard Verdijk, Carin Weve en Marjet Zwaans.”
“From 8 November 2015 till 3 January 2016 ramfoundation stages “Born of Concentration” , an exhibition enducing concentration and perception. On show: photographs, sculptures, drawings, videos and installations.”

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Selfportret #1 – book cover, steel pins                                                             Selfportret #2 – zinc, iron wire, yarn

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Selfportret #3 – steel, wood, papertape, silver, aluminum
Artist Statement: Selfportret #1, #2 and #3
Taking it apart, assembling it back together. Three shapes in different materials, different assemblages, various ways of attachment. Balancing, folding themselves in different angles, loose ends, temporary connections. They resemble how I change due to circumstances, how I connect and adapt. Balancing, redefining myself. My deepest self remains the same, just as the building stones of these pieces. But I harden and soften, break and mend. Balance is a perpetual movement. Searching for it is a continuous fine tuning of the self.
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New pieces at Galerie Ra:

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*11 October – 15 November 2015 – at Galerie Hoogenbosch, Gorredijk, NL

I will show new pieces at the beautiful Galerie Hoogenbosch in Gorredijk. The opening is at 3pm together with painter Barteld.72dpi_IMG_2756

Locomotion II. – Neck piece / steel, silver, aluminum, paper rope, sealing-wax

 

Link to Gallerie Hoogenbosch: http://www.galeriehoogenbosch.nl/?mid=SIERADEN&artistid=66

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*1-5 June 2015 at Kunst RAI, represented by Galerie Ra. RAI, Amsterdam, NL72dpi_IMG_2778

braclet – steel, paint

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*25 April – 13 June 2015 – ‘Transition’ at Galerie Ra, Amsterdam, NL

klIMG_2620Locomotion I. – Neck piece / steel, silver, aluminum, paper rope, sealing-wax

 

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Brooches / steel, silver, aluminum, (textile, paint)

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72dpi_website_Reka_Fekete_April_2015Harbor works – Wall piece, collage
zinc, linen book covers, steel, (found)wood, paint, iron wire, screws, steel pins (100cm x 100cm x 5cm)

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*October 2014 – Material Affair – CAVE GALLERY, 1600 Clay St. Detroit
Curated by Adam Shirley
at Russel Industrial Center, Detroit, MI, USA

Anders Ruhwald
Ben Warner
James Viste
Brian Nelson
Iris Eichenberg
Walter Fruge
Scott Berels
Steve Kuypers
Steve Mcshane
Todd Erickson
Adam Shirley
Réka Fekete
Graem Whyte

showing work

my work – object studies

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work in progress
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*’Holland Japonism’, travelling group exhibition initiated and organized by O-jewel Gallery in Tokyo, Japan:

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.. 1-27 October 2014 at Karuizawa New Art Museum, Karuizawa, JP

.. 16 August – 12 September at Sapporo International Art Festival

links:
*http://www.o-jewel.com/projects/holland-japonism-in-sapporo/
*http://www.sapporo-internationalartfestival.jp/en//

 .. 14-28 March 2014 at K&K/ O-jewel, Tokyo, JP

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*4-9 June 2014 at KunstRAI 2014, represented by Galerie Ra, RAI, Amsterdam, NL

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* 9-12 May 2014 at Collect 2014, represented by Galerie Ra, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

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My work is featured in the article by Caragh McKay! In Wallpaper Magazine on the selected works that were presented at Schmuck 2014, International Skilled Trades Fair, Munich, Germany, curated by Jorunn Veiteberg.

Read the article here!

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*’Holland Japonism’, travelling group exhibition initiated and organized by O-jewel Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Participating with two brooches Letter to Japan I. and II.

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and four Indian ink drawings on Ganpi paper

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materials: Ganpi paper, Indian ink, 2014

events and locations:

6-9 March 2014 at Art Fair Tokyo 2014

14-28 March 2014 at K&K/ O-jewel

1-27 October 2014 at Karuizawa New Art Museum, Karuizawa, JP

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*12-18 March 2014 – ‘Frame’ represented by Galerie Ra during ‘Schmuck’ International Skilled Trades Fair, Munich, D

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(above left) stand of Galerie Ra at Frame, Schmuck 2014
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‘Fish in the see
River running free’ – pendant, 2014
materials: pendant: steel, Japanese paper ‘batik’ Indian ink, spray paint, silver
wooden panel: old traffic sings, Japanese paper ‘batik’, Indian ink, acrylic ink, starch
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‘Dragonfly out in the sun
Butterflies all havin’ fun’ – pendant, 2014
materials: pendant: steel, wood, laminate, paint, spray paint, silver
wooden panel: old traffic signs, Japenese paper ‘batik’, Indian ink, acrylic ink, starch

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* 12-18 March 2014 – ‘Schmuck’ International Skilled Trades Fair, Munich, D

Represented by Schmuck

My work is featured in the article by Caragh McKay! In Wallpaper Magazine on the selected works that were presented last week at Schmuck, curated by Jorunn Veiteberg.

Read the article here!

Selected pieces for Schmuck 2014:

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“Birds flying high” (Nina Simone – Feeling good), pendant, 2013
materials: steel, wood, aluminium, paper rope, paint, silver

 

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Balance II., pendant, 2013
materials: steel, wood, laminate, leather, aluminium, silver

 

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Companions I., ring, 2013
materials: steel, paint, lacquer

 

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“Sun in the sky” (Nina Simone – Feeling good), brooch, 2013
materials: steel, laminate, aluminium, silver, paint, lacquer

 

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Dance on a wire, pendant, 2013
materials: steel, African blackwood, wood, paint, silver, leather, paint, lacquer

 

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“New dawn, new day, new life” (Nina Simone – Feeling good), pendant, 2013
materials: steel, wood, aluminium, leather, silver, paint, lacquer

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* 7 February 2014 – 2B Galéria, Budapest, H

Exhibition with 3 generations of my family:

Béla Nagy Fekete, Éva Barta

László Fekete, János Fekete

Zoltán Fekete, Réka Fekete

Klick here to Read the Interview on Artportal.hu (unfortunately only in Hungarian)

Remnants – wallpiece, 2013
materials: zinc, found wood, wooden machine part, bookcover, iron wire, silver                                                     Photograph by Kriszta Klebercz

 


The House I. II. III. – brooches, 2014 and Giant confetti – brooch
‘Materials: steel, lacquer, aluminum
Materials: laminate, silver, glue, pin

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30 November – 2 December: Group show ‘There will be blood’ a project by La Basílica Galería at The Craftroom (fair organized by Artesania Catalunya) at DHUB, Museum of Design, Barcelona, SP

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My brooch ‘Snow White’ will be presented.

materials: steel, laminate, silver, aluminum

 

To the website of La Basílica Galería

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28 November 2013 – 6 January 2014: Group show ‘There will be blood’ a project by La Basílica Galería, Barcelona, SP

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22 November 2013 – CODA Café, presentation of the neckpiece ‘Langgewagt’ for the supporters of the museum

This piece and 26 related brooches were inspired by the squat in Amsterdam in which I am living and working since 2010. The neckpiece is commisioned by CODA Museum as part of the series ‘Sieraden met een verhaal’ (Jewels with a story) at CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, NL

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26 oktober 2013, om 15:00 – Sieraden met een verhaal, CODA Museum te Apeldoorn

Op 26 oktober om 3 uur presenteer ik de collier ‘Langgewagt’ en de daarvan afgeleidde 26 broches. De presentatie is in het Nederlands en gaat plaatsvinden in het auditorium van het CODA Museum te Apeldoorn.

http://www.coda-apeldoorn.nl/collecties/coda-museum/sieraden-met-een-verhaal/

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PUBLISHED NOW!

Interview on AJF website by Susan Cummins about the exhibition ‘Balance’ at Galerie Ra, Amsterdam (klick on this text to go on the AJF website)
01 July 2013

Réka Fekete: Balance

Galerie Ra, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Réka Fekete Galerie Ra opened in 1976 in Amsterdam and is one of the oldest galleries showing contemporary jewelry in the world. Owner Paul Derrez is a knowledgeable dealer and a jeweler himself, so when he chooses a young jeweler such as Réka Fekete for a solo show, you have to pay attention.

Susan Cummins: Réka Fekete, you are Hungarian by birth, and I understand that you moved to Amsterdam in 2004 when you were 22 years old. Do you think you brought something particularly Hungarian to your studies at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy?

Réka Fekete: I think it is rather my family and the environment my parents created in Hungary that most influenced my way of experiencing everything as being either fascinating, beautiful, ugly, or something else. My grandfather was a painter while my grandmother worked as a goldsmith and as a ceramicist. They had a huge studio in the basement of the house where I grew up where they worked with several other artists. The house was built in the 1930s in the Bauhaus style, and their work hung on our walls. These aspects were not particularly Hungarian, but they are what remain most present for me. I am certain that the impact of this environment left me with impressions and aesthetics I carry with me wherever I go.

Réka FeketeAfter you graduated, you were the assistant to Beppe Kessler and then Iris Eichenberg. What does the role of an assistant teach you that you dont learn in school?

Réka Fekete: Iris Eichenberg was my mentor for the first year of my jewelry studies at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2006. Her teaching approach and her confidence in me had a huge effect on the discoveries I made. She gave me the feeling of possibilities and the freedom to explore. This freedom led me to use zinc for the first time, and my fascination for architecture began to appear in my work. I started to present the deterioration of buildings as a form of beauty. For me, it was very important to see how Iris touches all the subjects and materials she works with, how close she is to them, and how much her heart is in her work.

I had already interned for Beppe Kessler during my studies. Apart from jewelry, I also make objects, usually objects that hang on the wall. Beppe also works in two different disciplines, so for me it was very inspiring to see how she divides her attention and time between painting and jewelry. Beppe often uses materials as a starting point by building up her materials and then reducing them by carving. It is a very specific and fascinating way of working for me because it is different from how I approach material. She also taught me to experience mistakes and accidents as new opportunities and to be more easygoing when something turns out differently than expected.

I think it was extremely useful and also joyful to see how established artists schedule their days outside of all the time devoted to making. The administrative tasks, such as keeping track of the jewelry going to exhibitions, deciding which ones form coherent groups, and also how to display them, are all part of being an artist. While assisting Iris and Beppe, I saw different ways of doing things and how to deal with this life. The opportunity to experience different artists’ way of life gives a student a glimpse of how they could develop the different paths available to them.

Réka Fekete I noticed on your resume that you helped organize the work of Onno Boekhoudt at the CODA museum. What did you learn about him through handling his work? Was there anything you found useful for your own work?

Réka Fekete: Yes, I helped to organize Onno Boekhoudtʼs legacy, which was basically everything from his practice. It was all left to the museum. I catalogued many of his pieces and looked through a lot of his notes and books. It felt as if I was one of his last students. I later realized that the most important thing about this permanent collection is that it will be available for many more people, so in a way, they will all be his last students, too.

For me, Onno Boekhoudt’s work had a peaceful atmosphere about it, probably because of his free approach and his ability to convey a feeling of spaciousness. There were endless experiments, which only exemplified the beauty that lies in trying things out. They could be the work itself. How pretty imperfections become when the piece is obviously made with care. Often, the focus was not on the perfection but on the underlying feeling and idea. His joy for the work, his curiosity for details, and their influence on the whole was impressive.

For two months I worked at the museum, and I am grateful to have seen his work and had my hands on it. Each morning and each evening, I spent the 1-hour commute drawing. I did not have time to make three-dimensional work while I was interning, but once I had the time to make work again, the outpour was enormous. All the input and sensations from Onno’s work had piled up inside me, and drawing was no longer enough. I was already drawn to geometrical shapes, but my attraction grew stronger, especially for imperfect rectangular shapes. I think that I returned to etched zinc because of my exposure to Onno Boekhoudtʼs use of lead. The color similarities of the two metals led me to find the main material for my graduation work.

Why is your show called Balance?

Réka Fekete: As well as in my previous series, I am experimenting with movement within these pieces. Movement stands for personality, for the ever-changing quality of life, and for the freedom in it. The way I connect the elements gets special attention this time. The connection itself becomes so prominent that it appears to be the main element. Other times, the elements fit into each other and are hammered together so an extra connecting element is no longer needed. Within the construction of each piece there is a lot of mobility and different ways of wearing it. This mobility also expresses how I am in my life. At any moment I might change my mind and take a new path in order to maintain my balance, which I think is one of the most fundamental aspects of life. No matter how much you reduce and consolidate as long as the components of each side remain in balance you will be fine. I see the act of preserving this balance as an exchange. It is simply the way we live and just like the different kinds of relationships that exist between people.

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How does this new work differ from the work you were doing last year?

Réka FeketeRéka Fekete: I am drawing a lot, and I felt the need to integrate it into my three-dimensional work. While putting the pieces together, I felt like I was drawing. There are black lines of steel connecting colored surfaces of wood or laminate. White wooden parts get blackened little by little as the steel rubs up against it. It ends up looking like charcoal on paper.

For my installation at Galerie Ra, I added some drawings on the wall as well. I wanted the wall to be more than an object upon which the pieces are presented. Acting like a huge piece of paper, the wall becomes part of the work, connecting the pieces and bridging the surfaces and the jewelry. In this series of work, I began to paint on the wood with my fingers instead of spraying each piece with one color. This process allowed me to discover a very liberating way of interacting with my materials. I think I was able to bring similar effects to the wall of the gallery. Overall, this new body of work has evolved graphically, especially within the shadows where the linearity of the steel is constantly reflected.

Thank you.

Réka Fekete: My pleasure. Thank you!

 

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*25 May – 10 July at Galerie Ra, Amsterdam, NL

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steel, wood, paint, silver, paper rope                                           steel  African blackwood,                                                                                                                      laminate, leather, silver

 

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* part of ‘suspended in pink’ touring exhibition:

07-28 January at The Atrium – The School of Jewellery, Birmingham, UK

07-11 March  at  Gabi Green Studio (as part of Schmuck 13), Munich, Germany


11 August – 08 September at Heidi Lowe Gallery, Rehoboth Beach, DE, U.S.A.
 

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* 10-13 May at Collect 2013, Represented by Galerie Ra, Saatchy Gallery, London, UK 

 

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* 1 March – 14 April FERROUS, collaborative exhibition by Velvet da Vinci & crafthaus

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* 27 February – 3 March at ‘BIJOUX! 2013  at the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.

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*9 January – 17 February, part of the exhibition Monochrome Noir  at Velvet da Vinci Gallery, San Fransisco, CA, U.S.A.

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My work in JEWEL BOOK 12|13, published by Stichting Kunstboek!

               

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12 July – 30 September 2012 Flourish – 16 years at Salts Mill

Exhibiton at Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery

The opening is on Thursday 12 July 2012 from 6-9pm.

Address:

Kath Libbert Jewellery Gallery

2nd Floor, Salts Mill

Saltaire

BD18 3LA,

UK

TEL/FAX: 0044 (0)1274 599790

www.kathlibbertjewellery.co.uk

Open Daily 10 – 5.30 Mon – Fri and 10 – 6 Weekends

New pieces shown at Kath Libbert:

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klick here to view the animation: brooch -Urban garden KW63- on the move

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8 June 2012 Meet the Artist presentation at Gallery Louise Smit at 6pm.

The Galerie Louise Smit is inviting you to the second edition of  

MEET THE ARTIST

event, presenting one of our young and promising artists

Réka Fekete

Please join us for a nice and strictly informal Friday evening with home-made cake,

tea and live music on the 8th of June at 6 pm.

The artist will give a presentation at 6.30pm.

We look forward to seeing you

Monika Zampa

 

                                                   

      

    

      

      

Photo’s by Sal Jua Bosman

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10-14 May 2012 CollectThe International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects

Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

On Sunday 12 May I will conduct a talk based on my current body of work.

Represented by Galerie Louise Smit

   

King of the poor, brooch

zinc, wood, paint, silver, iron wire

2012

Window, necklace

(found)wood, sash cord, steel pins, hook

2012

 

            

Behind the door, brooch (front and backside)

wood, enamelled steel, zinc, paint, silver

2012

Yellow Submarine, Wall piece (front and backside)

zinc, (found)wood, found objects, paint, iron wire, silver

Size: H 50cm – W 77cm – D 3cm,  1.3kg

2012

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14-20 March 2012 Talente during Schmuck – International Skilled Trades Fair,

Münich, D

Represented by Talente

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09-12 February 2012 Object Rotterdam, NL

Represented by Galerie Louise Smit

 

               

Citywalk, Necklace

wood, zinc, leather, paint, silver

Size: W 18cm- H 62cm

2012

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#137, brooch

wood, enamelled steel, paint, zinc, silver

Size: W 4,5cm – H 11,8cm – D 3cm

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#103-107, brooch

wood, enamlled steel, found object, paint, zinc, silver

Size: W 9cm – H 8,2cm – D 2,2cm

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Liebherr, Wall piece

wood, zinc, enamelled steel, leather, paint, silver, toy

Size:  W 94cm – H 94 cm – D 3cm

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42°19′53″N 83°02′45″W, Wall piece

Steel, enamelled steel, iron wire, found object

Size: W 54cm – H 63cm – D 4,5cm

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4-6 November 2011: SOFA CHICAGO

Festival Hall, Navy Pier

Cranbrook Academy of Art presents:

Monomater: single, one, alone; alluding to matter, material
Iris Eichenberg
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“My students are my thinking partners for things that we realize are going on in the field – whether they are trends or in opposition to trends. When we recognize that much new studio work is based on collage and a collision of materials, how do we respond?” —Iris Eichenberg, Head of the Metalsmithing Department, Cranbrook Academy of Art.

Thirty works executed either in a single material or in ones with similar sensibilities by students and alumni of Cranbrook Metalsmithing illustrate this challenge to the status quo within contemporary jewelry.

Presented by Cranbrook Academy of Art

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September – December 2011: I am OUT OF TOWN :)

 

As a visiting artist at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA

Detroit

The Heidelberg Project, Detroit

 

On Cranbrook Campus

Working space at Cranbrook

More information about the academy:Cranbrook Adacemy of Art

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4th September 2011- 6th October 2011: 25 Year Annyversary of Galerie Louise Smit

E-book

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14-22 May 2011 CASCOLAB:

At Cascolab:

Play!-ground

Wallpiece, 2011

Zinc, found objects, iron wire, paint, shrinking plastic, fishing wire, lacelets

±70*55cm

and:

 

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#1063, Brooch

zinc, textile, iron wire, shrinking plastic, paint

2011

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6-9 May 2011 at Collect – The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects

Saatchi Gallery, London

stand No 1.08 at Galerie Louise Smit:

 

www.louisesmit.nl

www.craftscouncil.org.uk/collect

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16-25 April 2011 at the Art & Antiques Fair ‘s-Hertogenbosch 2011:

Suburbs 53

Installation, 2011

zinc, found objects, wood, paint, pins

±3m*2,5m

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6th March – 25th April 2011:

Binnenste Buiten –> Exhibition at Galerie Agnes Raben

The opening is on Sunday 6th March 2011 from 3pm. The exhibition will be opened by Beppe Kessler at 4pm.

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10-13 February 2011 at Object Rotterdam at  stand No.17, Galerie Louise Smit:

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close up 1

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47° 29′ 56.29″ N, 19° 2′ 36.97″

wallpiece, 2010

zinc, found objects, wood, gold wire, iron wire, paint, shrinking plastic

±75*75 cm

You can find more information about Object Rotterdam 2011 at www.objectrotterdam.com

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27th November 2010 – 13th January 2011:

Space fragments –> Exhibition in Galerie Louise Smit

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the exhibition

Space fragments Jewellery by Réka Fekete

Straw – life goes on Jewellery by Sun Woo Park

The opening of the exhibition will be on Saturday 27th November 2010 from 5pm till 7pm

The exhibition runs from

27th November 2010 – 13th January 2011

Gallery wil be closed from

24th December 2010 till 4th January 2011

Openingtimes of the Gallery:

Wednesday till Friday 2 to 6pm

Saturday 1 to 5pm

Address: Prinsengracht 615

1016HT Amsterdam

www.louisesmit.nl

 

 

 

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4-7 November 2010: B-SIDE FESTIVAL –> I open my studio for visitors

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2. Réka Fekete – MOVE IT! – Studio Exhibition

on 4-7 november 2010, 2pm-6pm

at Spuistraat 219-3, Amsterdam

‘My fascination for motion, constructions, colours and the colour of zinc lead to a new series of objects and jewellery. Motion gives the pieces personality. It is less a function than a gesture. Look and try!