Exhibition specialist – Monge Grafico http://mongegrafico.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 23:42:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mongegrafico.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-150x150.jpg Exhibition specialist – Monge Grafico http://mongegrafico.com/ 32 32 Sotheby’s Art As Jewelry As Art Exhibition/Sale https://mongegrafico.com/sothebys-art-as-jewelry-as-art-exhibition-sale/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 17:59:29 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/sothebys-art-as-jewelry-as-art-exhibition-sale/ Alexander Calder, Lady Kenneth Clark tiara ©Jordan Doner ©Sotheby’s Sotheby’s has produced amazing exhibitions and exhibitions/sales. From her London’s Tiara exhibition, held to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee from May 28 to June 15, 2022, to the two editions of Brilliant & Black: The Age of Enlightenment at the new Sotheby’s New York exhibition entitled […]]]>

Sotheby’s has produced amazing exhibitions and exhibitions/sales. From her London’s Tiara exhibition, held to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee from May 28 to June 15, 2022, to the two editions of Brilliant & Black: The Age of Enlightenment at the new Sotheby’s New York exhibition entitled Art as jewelry as artthe auction house presented history, royalty, past, present and future and the most revolutionary jewelry design.

The exhibition Art as jewelry as art explores the movement that became known in the 20th century as wearable art. Louise Nevelson, Alexander Calder, Claude Lalanne, George Braque, Lucio Fontana, Pol Bury, Kiki Smith, Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Jesús Rafael Soto James de Givenchy Suzanne Syz are just some of the masters of this world of jewellery. whose works are featured in the exhibition/sale.

According to Tiffany Dubin, Artist Jewelry Specialist and Head of Sales, Art as jewelry as art. “This selection of artists’ jewelery aims to reintroduce these works to the discerning collector in a new context, and as a category of art defined for a collection that is not only intended for adornment, but also as a means of decoration. self-expression,” she added. continues: “These works were not made to be stored in a drawer, a vanity or a safe; they were meant to be celebrated on the body in a dynamic and interactive way. The way we define ourselves and the art we connect with is integral to who we are and is what ultimately defines us as creative beings. Those who forge their path as collectors will also embrace the vision that has guided me in bringing together these original and beautiful works that will only increase in value over time.

The exhibition is organized into what Sotheby’s describes as nine chapters that explore different aspects of jewelery as art.

I have paraphrased the Sotheby’s descriptions to include the different chapters of the auction.

“Jewellery like… Kinetics incorporated movement and was an important artistic movement in the late 1950s and 1960s. Artists experimented with geometric shapes, creating static works, but giving the viewer a sense of movement.

Alexander Calder is renowned for his kinetic mobiles and monumental sculptures. Yet he also designed and created approximately 1,800 pieces of wearable art in the form of jewelry, eight of which are included in this sale. A highlight of the group is the famous Lady Kenneth Clark Tiara, a unique brass work dating from 1937-38, named after its first owner and bearer, Lady Clark, the wife of English art historian and former director of the National Gallery in London, Sir Kenneth Clark ( photo on front page, estimate $200/300,000). Featuring Calder’s signature spiral design, this significant piece has appeared in various retrospectives and jewelry exhibitions at leading art and design institutions such as the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York. . “

Jewelry as…Abstract expressionism took root In Italy, the movement found itself at the School of Rome with a group of artists active from the 1930s to the 1950s. This collaboration lasted more than thirty years and has been credited with giving new life to goldsmithing in the post-war Italy. An early group of Abstract Expressionist works is offered, highlighted by a circa 1965 Gold link bracelet for Masenza-Roma by Franco Cannilla.

Jewelry Like…Sculpture explored three-dimensional design that appeals to both visual and tactile senses. Known for his radical object compression technique and whimsical depictions of animals and insects, French sculptor César Baldaccini often compacted various objects to produce his totemic sculptures. He used similar techniques when making jewelry, just on a smaller scale, as seen in a signature Pendant ‘Compression’.

Jewelry as… Surrealism. This movement has been seen in art and literature. He sought to unleash the creative potential of the unconscious, using dreamlike scenes, symbolic images and illogical juxtapositions to contrast the real and the unreal. Spanish artist Salvador Dalí is synonymous with the surrealist movement. Although perhaps most famous for his 1931 landscape painting The Persistence of Memory, which now resides in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Dali worked in many other mediums including sculpture, fashion, film and jewelry. We highlighted this chapter with a pair of earrings designed by Dalí in 1949, entitled Persistance du son en 18 carats gold. The earrings resemble two melting telephone handsets, much like her famous painting depicts melting clocks. Other artists in this chapter include Man Ray, Louise Bourgeois and Méret Oppenheim.

Igood as vanguard pushed the boundaries of acceptable and contested standards and boldly led the arts in new directions. Proponents of this movement include Jean Cocteau, Pablo Picasso, and Max Ernst, who upended traditional notions of jewelry by experimenting with new materials and techniques. Two gold pendants designed by Ernst lead the proposed group, both appearing at auction for the first time. They are offered by the artist’s family, including his Tête à Cornes – one of the artist’s most recognizable objects and part of his collaboration with the famous silversmith François Hugo in the late 1950s.

Jjewelry as Maverick… refers to an individual who acts independently of a tradition. Many bold artists have ventured into new territory and embraced new approaches and a commitment to seeing their work seen in new ways. The sale highlights independent individuals who have stepped out of the mold by creating jewelry as art and demonstrating a “maverick” style of artistic expression. This chapter is led by a “double barrel” gold, diamond and onyx ring designed by Ettore Sottsass for Cleto Munari — one of the first pieces belonging to their collaboration in the 1980s.

Jewelry like…Minimalism was seen as a philosophical reaction to modern art movements like Abstract Expressionism. The artistic style was prevalent among American visual artists in the 1960s and early 1970s and artists around the world who took a stripped down approach in their work to a lesser degree, including the creation of art jewelry.

Jewelry like…Modernism represented the post-war movement and developed a streamlined aesthetic, with more streamlined designs differentiating new designs from the heavy jewelry of the 1940s. This created an atmosphere of experimentation and divergence from tradition. artistic. Throughout Europe and America, artists used materials such as gold, silver, and gemstones in innovative ways while showcasing undervalued mediums like wood, plastic, and enamel. The modernist jewelry in this sale features pieces by Andrew Grima, Alan Gard, Charles de Temple and Jean Vendome. The exhibition/auction includes a set of Echo style diamonds, rutilated quartz and 18k gold necklace and earrings from Vendôme.

Jewelry as…visionaries today continues to look beyond current trends and imagine what the legacies of the future will be. Visionary jewelry designers create powerful, personal, inspiring and ambitious works while exploring new ways for jewelry to interact with the individual who wears it. James de Givenchy is an acknowledged visionary whose work will be a classic reference for future generations, just as we now look to early jewelry artists such as Suzanne Belperron (1900-1983), who pioneered a new jewelry aesthetic.

The exhibit/auction will end at 5:00 PM EST on October 4theso if you are interested in any of these pieces and you live near Sotheby’s New York, take a tour to see it and if you are interested in bidding you can do so online or in person.

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More than 200 exhibitors present for the exciting BIOMEDevice show in Boston https://mongegrafico.com/more-than-200-exhibitors-present-for-the-exciting-biomedevice-show-in-boston/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 14:21:00 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/more-than-200-exhibitors-present-for-the-exciting-biomedevice-show-in-boston/ BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–From Wednesday, BIOMEDBoston device will have the brightest minds in the medtech space during the September 28-29 event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center In Boston. More than 200 exhibitors will be under one roof to discuss emerging medical technologies and upcoming ideas. Attendees can mingle with the brightest minds in the world […]]]>

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–From Wednesday, BIOMEDBoston device will have the brightest minds in the medtech space during the September 28-29 event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center In Boston. More than 200 exhibitors will be under one roof to discuss emerging medical technologies and upcoming ideas.

Attendees can mingle with the brightest minds in the world of medical technology while learning about new inventions, ideas, and trends that are set to take off for the foreseeable future. Among the latest entrants to register for this prestigious event are some of the best OEMs: Smith + nephew, Johnson & Johnson, Boston Scientific and Baxter. Main investors Bank of America, Life Science Venture Network, Capital Advisors Group, RedCrow, Safar Partners, SV Bio Ventures, Santé Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank all will be present at the medtech event.

Established organizations Accumold, Canon USA, Canon Virginia, Inc., Fang Consulting, Ltd., Flexan, Freudenberg Medical, John Evans’ Sons, Inc., Judson A. Smith Company, maxon, Medbio, Minnesota Rubber & Plastics, Natech Plastics, New England Wire Technologies, Strain Measurement Devices, Inc., Velentium and Zeus Industrial Products, Inc. will also be in Boston.

“We are thrilled to have over 200 diverse exhibitors at BIOMEDevice Boston,” said Adrienne Zepeda, Group Events Director, BIOMEDevice Boston. “Each exhibitor brings a unique and exclusive view of what it takes to succeed and innovate in the medical technology industry, and all will showcase materials, services and technologies to ensure that OEMs and start-ups streamline the process needed to get a fledgling idea into a full-fledged product.

BIOMEDeviceBoston’s educational offerings include more than 50 speakers and industry thought leaders who will share their insights into emerging trends as medical technology advances, as well as special keynotes from Theranos whistleblower Erika Cheung and Lucas Merrow, CEO of Mobius Mobility. BIOMEDevice Boston also hosts a Master Class Start-Up Series on the breakthrough in the medical technology industry and a Cybersecurity Master Class Serieswhich will include a keynote address on the final day open to all attendees and exhibitors.

“It only makes sense that the best in medical device cybersecurity would partner with the best in outreach and education on medical device industry topics,” said Christopher Gates, Director of Product Safety, Velentium. “We look forward to a long and productive association with BIOMEDevice Boston.”

By registering here, participants and the press will have access to presentations, keynotes, panels and the Smart event Platform. Those using BIOMEDevice Boston’s Smart Event feature can schedule meetings with speakers, exhibitors, and other attendees before the event begins. The smart event allows guests to search for exhibitors and products, provides access to limited-time content, access to white papers and product information, and much more.

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Value of Indian food industry to reach $535 billion by 2025 https://mongegrafico.com/value-of-indian-food-industry-to-reach-535-billion-by-2025/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 09:03:00 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/value-of-indian-food-industry-to-reach-535-billion-by-2025/ Value of Indian food industry to reach $535 billion by 2025 Bangalore, September 24 (KNN) India’s food industry is poised to grow exponentially, growing at an 11% CAGR currently, with an expected output of $535 billion by 2025, said Yogesh Mudras, managing director of Informa Markets India. . While speaking to Food Ingredients India (Fi […]]]>

Value of Indian food industry to reach $535 billion by 2025

Bangalore, September 24 (KNN) India’s food industry is poised to grow exponentially, growing at an 11% CAGR currently, with an expected output of $535 billion by 2025, said Yogesh Mudras, managing director of Informa Markets India. .

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While speaking to Food Ingredients India (Fi India) and ProPak India by Informa at the Bangalore International Exhibition Center (BIEC), Mudras said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated a significant change in eating habits, including including consumer buying preferences, consumption habits and overall behavior. Greater awareness of possible food-related health issues has led to a growth in demand for health and wellness products and ingredients. These trends have created a wide range of ingredient uses.

Speaking about the food ingredients industry, Alok Kumar Srivastava, President of Association of Food Scientists & Technologists India (AFSTI) said, “Over the next 30 years, the world will add more than 1.5 billion people, and we all know who is going to feed this population. Food security is also an issue where India can easily become the food factory of the world.

India’s agriculture and food industry is valued at around $450 billion and growing at 12-14%, much faster than the economy.

Fi India and ProPak India enabled all stakeholders to discuss the food ingredients and packaging ecosystem and emerging trends in these sectors.

It has jointly purchased the country’s leading food and beverage ingredient suppliers and specialists in research and development, production and packaging to present the most diverse range of new and innovative ingredients and services. .

The event saw the participation of 250 leading companies, over 1000 brands, 35 speakers and over 7000 visitors from across the industry, reaffirming the need and direction for an industry event to stimulate and facilitate food, health ingredients and packaging sectors. (KNN Office)

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Gold Sponsor Drytac to Showcase Cutting-Edge Solutions at PRINTING United Expo 2022 https://mongegrafico.com/gold-sponsor-drytac-to-showcase-cutting-edge-solutions-at-printing-united-expo-2022/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 10:02:48 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/gold-sponsor-drytac-to-showcase-cutting-edge-solutions-at-printing-united-expo-2022/ Drytac will be showcasing a range of its market-leading print media, laminates and mounting solutions at its booth (#C10121) throughout the event. Drytac, the leading international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the large format printing and signage markets, is delighted to announce that it will be exhibiting at the upcoming PRINTING United Expo 2022. One […]]]>

Drytac will be showcasing a range of its market-leading print media, laminates and mounting solutions at its booth (#C10121) throughout the event.

Drytac, the leading international manufacturer of self-adhesive materials for the large format printing and signage markets, is delighted to announce that it will be exhibiting at the upcoming PRINTING United Expo 2022.

One of North America’s premier events, PRINTING United Expo will take place October 19-21 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

As Gold Sponsor, Drytac will have a major presence throughout the exhibition, with its market-leading materials being showcased throughout the show, allowing visitors to experience the quality of Drytac solutions first-hand.

Drytac will also be involved in the PDAA Large Format Area (#C7536), a specialized area of ​​the event that will provide attendees with insight into decal work such as window films and floor graphics. Every day at 11:00 a.m., visitors can chat with qualified installation professionals for these types of applications and learn about the opportunities in this sector.

Attendees can chat with Drytac about specific products and learn about its solutions portfolio by visiting the dedicated Drytac booth (#C10121). Here, Drytac will showcase a range of its high quality adhesive science solutions, including print media, laminates and mounting adhesives.

Drytac will have a particular focus on its window, wall and floor graphic solutions at its stand, with knowledgeable experts from the Drytac team hosting a series of live demonstrations and application presentations throughout the event.

To further demonstrate the unparalleled quality of Drytac products, the stand will be transformed each day of the exhibition, allowing visitors to see how easy Drytac products are to install and remove cleanly.

“We are really excited to be exhibiting at PRINTING United Expo this year, especially as we will be a Gold Sponsor for the event,” comments Hayden Kelley, CEO of Drytac. “The exhibition will allow visitors to see first-hand our incredible range of solutions and learn how our materials can support them in a multitude of projects.

“We look forward to meeting our customers, partners and PRINTING United attendees face-to-face in Las Vegas.”

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‘Fully booked’: Luxury tourists stage ‘revenge trip’ as pandemic subsides https://mongegrafico.com/fully-booked-luxury-tourists-stage-revenge-trip-as-pandemic-subsides/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 01:25:32 +0000 https://mongegrafico.com/fully-booked-luxury-tourists-stage-revenge-trip-as-pandemic-subsides/ September 21, 2022 SINGAPORE – The travel industry and high-end travelers are ready to start flying high and living big again. With the pandemic slowly easing, the tourism industry is slowly coming back to life. This growing optimism was clearly felt at the International Luxury Travel Market (ILTM) Asia-Pacific global show. After a two-year hiatus […]]]>