HELEN CLARA HEMSLEY
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BITIONS
Various exhibitions via open call or special invitation, focusing on contemporary jewellery or craft and design, in Denmark and abroad.
COPENHAGEN ReARRANGED
COPENHAGEN ReARRANGED
Exhibition:
ATTA Gallery, Bangkok, January – February 2022
Participants:
Annette Dam, Marie-Louise Kristensen, Janne K. Hansen, Trine Trier, Nanna Obel, Mari Keto, Malene Kastalje, Kaori Juzu and Helen Clara Hemsley.
Art Jewellery Cph has chosen 9 makers living in Denmark to participate in the exhibition CPH ReARRANGED at ATTA Gallery in Bangkok. The exhibition shows a combination of existing works from each artist and collaborative pieces made especially for the exhibition.
Art Jewellery Cph has chosen 9 makers living in Denmark to participate in the exhibition CPH ReARRANGED at ATTA Gallery in Bangkok. The exhibition shows a combination of existing works from each artist and collaborative pieces made especially for the exhibition.
Exhibition:
ATTA Gallery, Bangkok, January – February 2022
Coverage:
Participants:
Annette Dam, Marie-Louise Kristensen, Janne K. Hansen, Trine Trier, Nanna Obel, Mari Keto, Malene Kastalje, Kaori Juzu and Helen Clara Hemsley.
FROM COLLECT:
Copenhagen
FROM COLLECT
Exhibited:
wang & buck, Copenhagen,
October – November 2021
Participants:
Bogki Min (KR), Sungho Cho (KR), Soohyun Chou (KR), Gavy Jo (KR), Woojung Kim (KR), Yoojung Kim (KR), Sehee Um (KR), Janne K. Hansen (DK), Kim Buck (DK) and Helen Clara Hemsley (DK).
A group exhibition featuring seven South Korean and three Danish jewellery makers, curated by the South Korean jewellery maker and professor at Seoul National University, Bogki Min, and shown for the first time at Gallery Meme in Seoul in 2020. The exhibition featured works that investigate our human need to collect objects/materials and create collections.
The Danish leg of the exhibition was postponed numerous times due to Corona restrictions, but was finally presented at wang & buck in October/November 2021.
A group exhibition featuring seven South Korean and three Danish jewellery makers, curated by the South Korean jewellery maker and professor at Seoul National University, Bogki Min, and shown for the first time at Gallery Meme in Seoul in 2020. The exhibition featured works that investigate our human need to collect objects/materials and create collections.
The Danish leg of the exhibition was postponed numerous times due to Corona restrictions, but was finally presented at wang & buck in October/November 2021.
Exhibited:
wang & buck, Copenhagen, October – November 2021
Participants:
Bogki Min (KR), Sungho Cho (KR), Soohyun Chou (KR), Gavy Jo (KR), Woojung Kim (KR), Yoojung Kim (KR), Sehee Um (KR), Janne K. Hansen (DK), Kim Buck (DK) and Helen Clara Hemsley (DK)..
TakeAWAY
TAKEAWAY
MAKING THE MOST OF IT is an interactive project where 25 participants gave me materials/objects/stories that represented their time in the first Corona lockdown, which I in turn used to make 7 necklaces.
Nominated for the Biennale Prize, 2021.
The prize committee’s statement:
"Jewellery as a carrier of personal stories forms a strong narrative, whose basic fabric is human not material. The pieces become images of a time of crisis, when new creativity blooms and old dogmas are challenged. The artist’s interpretation of the personal stories is both refreshing and humorous but also has a serious note, and the personal artefacts have been treated with great care, whether they are gold or a roller-skate wheel."
MAKING THE MOST OF IT is an interactive project where 25 participants gave me materials/objects/stories that represented their time in the first Corona lockdown, which I in turn used to make 7 necklaces.
Nominated for the Biennale Prize, 2021.
The prize committee’s statement:
"Jewellery as a carrier of personal stories forms a strong narrative, whose basic fabric is human not material. The pieces become images of a time of crisis, when new creativity blooms and old dogmas are challenged. The artist’s interpretation of the personal stories is both refreshing and humorous but also has a serious note, and the personal artefacts have been treated with great care, whether they are gold or a roller-skate wheel."
FROM COLLECT:
Seoul
FROM COLLECT
Exhibited:
Gallery Meme, Seoul, March – April 2020
More information:
Participants:
Bogki Min (KR), Sungho Cho (KR), Soohyun Chou (KR), Gavy Jo (KR), Woojung Kim (KR), Yoojung Kim (KR), Sehee Um (KR), Janne K. Hansen (DK), Kim Buck (DK) and Helen Clara Hemsley (DK).
A group exhibition featuring seven South Korean and three Danish jewellery makers, curated by the South Korean jewellery maker and professor at Seoul National University, Bogki Min, shown for the first time at Gallery Meme in Seoul in 2020. The exhibition featured works that investigate our human need to collect objects/materials and create collections.
Photo: Yeongwoong Cheong.
A group exhibition featuring seven South Korean and three Danish jewellery makers, curated by the South Korean jewellery maker and professor at Seoul National University, Bogki Min, shown for the first time at Gallery Meme in Seoul in 2020. The exhibition featured works that investigate our human need to collect objects/materials and create collections.
Photo: Yeongwoong Cheong.
Exhibited:
Gallery Meme, Seoul,
March - April 2020
More information:
Participants:
Bogki Min (KR), Sungho Cho (KR), Soohyun Chou (KR), Gavy Jo (KR), Woojung Kim (KR), Yoojung Kim (KR), Sehee Um (KR), Janne K. Hansen (DK), Kim Buck (DK) and Helen Clara Hemsley (DK).