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Galerie BSL is presenting Kathy Ludwig’s ‘Hosting Parasites,’ a collection of performative jewellery belonging to the realms of art which earned her a first class honours degree from the Design Academy Eindhoven. ‘The objects that I create are intriguing, attractive and maybe even repulsive, provoking contradictory sentiments and raising questions. Their interaction with the body makes certain values or demeanour tangible. A living sculpture is formed from their unison.’

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Both earthly and heavenly, Alina Alamorean’s work is first and foremost a burst of energy. Born in Romania in 1968 during one of the 20th century’s worst dictatorships, through her architect parents she acquired a taste for the world of art, sculpture and architecture, origins upon which her creations are today founded. Double edged rebellion and flight inspire resolutely non-conventional, rigorous yet emotional pieces, where the space is as important as the mass itself.

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The spirit of Bauhaus in a collection of ultra-contemporary rings, PNKYRNG: under this code name, the Galerie BSL is exhibiting a collection for men and women created by the Lebanese architec and designer Dina Kamal. Rings with simple, refined, rational and thought-out lines, to be worn on the small finger, – a ‘pinky ring’ in English. A design which reinterprets a minimalist and chic version of the mythical signet ring with a variation of 18 carat brushed or polished gold tones: yellow; pink; beige; black; white. Read the rest of this entry »


Every jewel is always a unique « rendez-vous ». A volume, a movement, the surprise of a material, the brightness of a diamond on a raw mineral, the accident of a stone voluntarily broken among others that are intact… I like the idea of a jewel which challenges the space and the conventions. For me, beauty is always evidence… and a surprise . Taher Chemirik

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God the creator, messenger of the principle of the eternal return in Ancient Egypt*, collected by collectors of curio, used by contemporary artists like Jan Fabre, the scarab has maintained an element of fascination with its plastic and magical character. Here Lito Karakostanoglou offers a resolutely contemporary resurrection: jewellery, the design piece to wear, in a collection of unique pieces presented and edited by the galerie BSL. For the very first time, real preserved scarabs are used in this way and arranged, housed in amazing cage necklaces or zoomorph inspired settings for earrings.

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