Our first year pathway leader Andi Gut will be taking part in the Munich Jewellery Week 2019, his work will be on display at Galerie Biró – ‘Daniel Kruger and Andi Gut’
ANDI GUT’s new works, exclusively brooches, are inspired by small disturbances in everyday life. Things that don’t work perfectly, but you have to reckon with. All the better if you can see the special in them and perhaps even celebrate them.
The hole in the stocking, skulls that squint or have crooked teeth and even the deformed foot has something poetic about it as “Athletes Foot”.
The work will be on display from 15/03 – 27/04, for more information please click here
ID 2018 Pendant Rock Crystal, lanyard
Pearl Necklace – Matinee 2018 Necklace Freshwater pearls, gold
Crystal Clear 2018 Brooch Rock Crystal, gold
Lin Cheung, our 3rd year pathway leader will be taking part in the Munich Jewellery week at Micheko Galerie, ‘A Work in Process’.
‘For me, making is a way of putting my thoughts in some sort of order. I appreciate clarity of thinking, a sense of purpose, a point to things and I usually seek to make work that aspires to a similar sort of logic. Having just returned from a sabbatical I have been in a period of uninterrupted concentration. This has allowed my mind – and hands – to freely wander and go adrift, occasionally astray. Consequently, this solo exhibition is an eclectic mix of new jewellery pieces that reflects some of the broad and diverse range of thoughts that have occupied my mind. Some thoughts are clear, some are vague, some are important and some are not – everything is a work in progress.’
Opening: Tue 12.03 15:00
Tue 12.03 11:00-21:00
Wed-Fri 13.-15.03 11:00-19:00
Sat 16.03 11:00-17:00
Sun-Mon 17.-18.03 11:00-15:00
Tue-Fri 19.-22.03 14:00-19:00
Sat 23.03 11:00-15:00
Fabricate showcases work by staff and students of the Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Design course. The students and staff are delighted to be returning to Vitsœ in Munich for the fourth year running to display their work as equals, in celebration of the course’s diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects. Vitsœ’s 606 Universal Shelving System once again provides the perfect environment to display this exciting body of work. The exhibition forms part of Munich Jewellery Week.
Please click here for more information.
11.03.18 – 17.03.18 at Vitsœ, Türkenstraße 36, 80799, München
Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 19.00 / Saturday & Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00
11 January – 6 February 2019 | Lethaby Gallery
We are delighted to host a retrospective of the work of Caroline Broadhead. Bringing together work from across four decades, this exhibition reflects the breadth of Caroline Broadhead’s pioneering creative output.
Using jewellery design as a departure point, Broadhead’s objects were designed to be worn on the body and changed through touch and interaction. Further encompassing sculpture, installation, performance, textiles and photography, her practice is concerned with the borders of the individual – between inside and outside, public and private and the balance between materiality and image. Often working in collaboration, Broadhead’s works are activated by bodies and performers, examining the demarcation of human physicality.
A Central Saint Martins alumna, Broadhead held the positions of Jewellery and Textiles Programme Director and BA Jewellery Design Course Leader for nearly ten years at the College until her retirement in 2018 and is now Professor Emerita. She continues to teach on the course and is a guest lecturer at various institutions in and outside the UK.
Tuesday to Friday: 10am–6pm
Save the Date for our BA Jewellery Design upcoming exhibition ‘Repinned’ at the Foundling Museum.
First year students studying BA in Jewellery design at Central Saint Martins have created jewellery inspired by poignant objects in the Museum Collection and the emotions embedded in the story of the Foundling Hospital. The display can be seen throughout the Introductory Gallery and Committee Room.
The exhibition will run from the 20th of November until 20th of January 2019. For more information please click here.
‘ReFrame’ –Interrogating representations of women and the portrayal of ‘women’s work’ is the upcoming exhibition of our ex-Program Director Caroline Broadhead and her daughter Maisie Broadhead, at Manchester Art Gallery, opening on the 20th of October.
Working independently, they have made ambitious new works in response to historic representations of femininity in paintings at Manchester Art Gallery. The new works focus on how the pictorial conventions of such paintings and their elaborate frames affect our perceptions of the women depicted. Their aim is to provoke a dialogue about past and present, content and surrounding and to interrogate representations of women and the portrayal of ‘women’s work’.
For more information click here.