SMALL SIZE WORKS – FIBER ART FROM ASIA AND EUROPE – LITHUANIA

SMALL SIZE WORKS
Fiber Art from ASIA and EUROPE
THE FABULOUS CREATIONS BY DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES AND OF DIFFERENT FIBERS FROM TWO CONTINENTS
Kakuko Ishii and Erny Piret: exhibition curators
April 13 – June 15, 2012
JANINA MONKUTE MARKS MUSEUM
Basanavičiaus 45, LT – 57182, Kėdainiai, Lituania
Tel.  (370 347) 57398,  (370) 686 32992 – Fax. (370 347 60270)
http://www.jmm-muziejus.com - E-mail: galerija@jmm-muziejus.lt
Museum hours:
Tuesday thru Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM – Saturday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

before-opening-ceremony

before-opening-ceremony

An international exhibition has a great significance. The participants from different regions and different cultures give a major interest in the exhibition. The environment, life philosophy, as well as other factors, forms the background for the artists’ work. This fact is reflected in each artwork. It is very interesting for the visitors to feel this.

We want to give the visitors a wide vision of the FIBER ART. The artists used a number of different fibers: textiles, paper, wire, plastics or materials of animal origin. The artists employed not only traditional, but also contemporary or copyright techniques. The diversity and sobriety of the works reveals the importance of techniques in the realization of a work. We wish to show that it is possible to realize an artwork by a single technique with a help of a lot of creativity. We want to impress our visitors by the simplicity of the works.

Submerging the creations in a multitude of colours, not necessarily by the chosen theme, attracts the glance of a visitor. Adding the ornamental and useless elements makes the works less readable and through the realization destroys the initial emotion of a visitor.
The majority of the works belong to what Erny Piret describes as “THE ART OF THE ESSENTIAL”. The artist expresses themselves soberly by only “one” technique in the implacable logic, and the selected materials underline this logic.
We have decided to present the works which have the dimensions rarely used in the European exhibition of small works. These 50x50x50 cm dimensions are more common in Asian countries. The chosen three dimensions provide the artists with a greater possibility to express their talents. The proposed formula also allows the compositions of three works. A visitor is immersed in the world of an artist.

opening-ceremony

opening-ceremony

PARTICIPANTS

ABDUL HOLEP JAMIAAH
(MALAYSIA), AMANAH GANDANA ESTI SITI (INDONESIA), ANDDREY MAJA (SWITZERLAND), ANIZA ARIF (MALAYSIA), ATTURO ANNAMARIA (ITALY), AUGUSTINOVICA ANTRA (LATVIA), BAEKKELUND AUD (NORWAY), BAUMANE AIJA (LATVIA), BEDENKNECHT HEIDI (ITALY), BIECHONSKA IRENA (ESTONIA), BIJLENGA MIRIAM (HOLLAND), BOISSELIER DANIELLE (FRANCE), BORNEMISZA ESZTER (HUNGARY), BOWMAN SUSAN (ENGLAND), BOYON MARIE-JEANNE (FRANCE), CASTETS-ROBERT PATRICYAN (FRANCE), CAVAGGIONI LILLINA (ITALY), CLARMONT MARIEL (FRANCE), CREMASCHI HELVECIA (KELA) (ITALY), DAHAMAN RIZA AZNI (MALAYSIA), DEL DEGAN MICHELA (ITALY), DE RAEYMAECKER JEANNINE, EMOKE (HUNGARY), FERREUX FRANCOISE (FRANCE), FONTAN MARIE-NOELLE (FRANCE), FRUHAUF YOLAINE (SWITZERLAND), GERBER SENGER URSULA (SWITZERLAND), HANGAI MANABU (JAPAN), HANSEN CATHERINE (NORWAY), HARDESTY PAMELA (IRELAND), HAREMSKA DANUTA (NORWAY),  HERUP DORTHE (NORWAY),  HIROI NOBUKO (JAPAN), HIRTE LYDIA (GERMANY, HOCK JACQUELINE (BELGIUM), HONMA HARUKO (JAPAN), HYUN MI YOON (KOREA), IKEZAKI YOSHI (JAPAN), ISHII KAKUKO (JAPAN), ITO MITSUE (JAPAN), IYANAGA YASUKO (JAPAN), JAE BUM LEE (KOREA), JAE KUK AN (KOREA), JAAFAR ZAHARAH (MALAYSIA), JI EUN KIM (KOREA), JI YEON HAN (KOREA), JOO HYUNG KIM (KOREA), JUNG JU KIM (KOREA), KAGAJO KEN (JAPAN), KAHDAR KAHFIATI (INDONESIA), KATAHIRA TAKAYUKI (JAPAN), KAUTTONEN HELENA (FINLAND), KIZAKI HIDEAKI (JAPAN), KOGUMA RITSUKO (JAPAN), KRATZ MARITA (HOLLAND), KURODA KUMIKO (JAPAN), KUROKI MITSURUI (JAPAN), LACHMAN MALGORZATA (POLAND), LETELLLIER JEAN-MICHEL (FRANCE), LINDAUER TRAUDEL (GERMANY),  LUZZI FEDERICA (ITALY), MAJCEN MARINA (ITALY), MICOUD FRANCOISE (FRANCE),  NAKAMURA MIKI JAPAN (FRANCE), NORCINI PALA RAFFAELLA (ITALY), PET-JACOBS MIRJAM (HOLLAND),  PIL NAM YUN (KOREA), PETRUSKEVICIENE JURATE (LITHUANIA), PIRET ERNY (FRANCE), RINGELIENE LINA (LITHUANIA), RISACK MARIE-NOELLE (BELGIUM), SAKIHAMA HIDEMASA (JAPAN), SANTOS HELENA (PORTUGAL), SATO KENJI (JAPAN), SCHIMMEL HEIDRUN (GERMANY),  SHIMOMURA KOKO (JAPAN), SORAI YUKAKO (JAPAN), SPONGA MARIALUISA (ITALY), STAHL INGE (GERMAN), SUNG YEON KIM (KOREA),  SUZUKI JUNKO (JAPAN), SZARAZ MARIKA (LUXEMBURG), TAMMI MINNAMARINA (FINLAND), UEDA KYOKO (JAPAN), VALENTAITE DANUTE (LITHUANIA), VALSESIA-LAIR NICOLE (FRANCE), VIDA PORUMB ZOE (ROMANIA), YASHIRO RIEKO (JAPAN), YOUNG –HEE JO (KOREA), ZEILER SABINE (GERMANY).

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