Six young creators came to visit the shops of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology and the Central Tejo Museum.The central theme is to reduce waste
Portuguese jewelry has returned to the MAAT store. Six young creators will be exhibited and sold in the shops of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology and the Central Tejo Museum.
Reshape Is the motto of the second edition of the initiative AORP-Portuguese Jewellery and Watch Association this is MAAT-Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology Call for reducing waste and addressing climate change. Six young creators will exhibit their collections separately for two months.work Lia Gonçalves Until the end of June, then July, Ana Bragança. Leão creativity Will be in September and October, followed by Winner The next two months. Clélia jewelry Will be exhibited at the beginning of this year, and Mariana Machado Show his work in March and April 2022.
In addition to displaying their jewelry, the six creators will also develop an exclusive collection, which will contain reusable and recycled materials, and will be exhibited at the same time as the young creator’s personal exhibition in the second semester.
For the president of AORP, the plan is more than just a business partnership. “This is an affirmation of the contemporary jewellery emerging from Portuguese writers. In addition to the creative part, it also incorporates new concepts, ranging from the exploration of new materials and new technologies to the selection of information and hypothetical reasons. The selected brands are quoted in the statement In the words of Nuno Marinho, it is an example of vocalization through design, values, and questions that the audience interacts with and interacts with.
The young designer Lia Gonçalves from Viana do Castelo was the first of the six to exhibit her series “Movimentos”, which was “passed by representatives The geometric shapes and textures of the moon and celestial bodies conceptually explore the elements of the solar system”.
Remember, this is the second edition of the partnership between AORP and MAAT. The first is “Portuguese Jewelry X MAAT: Raw Materials”, which aims to promote young creators who combine artistic traditions with new contemporary design concepts and exhibit their works from December 2018 to January 2020 .