Celebrating Twenty Years at Salts Mill
20/20
A Fantastical Array of International Art Jewellery

14th July - 25th Sept 2016

Patricia Domingues

Patricia Domingues

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Patricia Domingues

Patrícia Domingues was born in 1986 in Lisbon, Portugal. At the age of 15 she started her studies in the jewellery field and was trained as a goldsmith. In 2007 she travelled to Spain to study artistic jewellery at the Massana School in Barcelona. There she spent two years studying and a further one year as a an exchange student at the Estonian Academy of Arts
in Tallinn. Her final project was tutored by Professor Ramón Puig Cuyás.

In 2013 Patricia finished a Master of Arts at the Gemstone and Jewellery Design Department, University of Trier in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, guided by Professors Theo Smeets, Ute Eitzenhöfer and Lothar Brügel. Since 2009 she has participated in collective and solo exhibitions throughout Europe and abroad.Her work has been recognized by internationally jewellery awards: New Traditional Jewellery in Amsterdan,Talente 2014 in Munich, Mari Funaki Award for emerging artist in Australia and the Young Talent Prize of the European World Crafts Council in Belgium.

EDUCATION
2010 | 2013
M.A University of Applied Sciences Trier, Gemstone and Jewellery Design in Idar- Oberstein (DE).
2009 l 2010
Exchange student in Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn, (EE).
2007 l 2010
Department of Artistic Jewellery, Escola Massana, Barcelona, (ES).
2002 l 2005
Goldsmith’s Course Art and Metals, at Art College António Arroio, Lisbon, (PT).

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015
“Fragmenting Matter”, Gallery Reverso, Lisbon, (PT).
“Fragmentation and Union”, Gallery RA, Amsterdam, (NL).

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS
2016
GUT Germany's upcoming talents, Gallery Biró Junior, Munich, (DE).
2015
“BKV Prize 2015”, Gallery of Applied Arts, Munich, (DE).
“European Prize for applied Arts”, at Wcc-bf Mons, (BE).
“Black on Black”, at Manchester Art Gallery, curated by Jo Bloxham, Manchester (UK).
“Précieux Passages”, at Maison du Bijou, in Le Cheylard-Ardèche,(FR).
“SleepLess: Trier University of Applied Sciences Degree Show 2015”, at Villa Bengel, Idar-Oberstein, (DE).
“Surfacing”- Duo exhibithion with Sara Gackowska at Galery Funaki, Melbourne, (AU).
2014
“Plateaus Jewellery Project in collaboration with designer Marta Veludo”, Gallery Amaranto Joies, Barcelona, (ES).
“Plateaus Jewellery Project in collaboration with designer Marta Veludo”, Munich, (DE).
“Plateaus Jewellery Project in collaboration with designer Marta Veludo”, Legnica, (PL).
“NSAIO5” New Jewellery from Idar-Oberstein, Berlin, (DE).
“Talente Competition 2014”, Messegelände, Munich, (DE).
“Mari Funaki Award”, Gallery Funaki, Melbourne, (AU).

PUBLICATIONS
2015
“Éclat” The Masters of New Jewelry Design, Author: Cralos Pastor, by PROMOPRESS, (ES).
“European Prize for Applied Arts 2015” World Crarft center, WCC-BF, (BE).
2014
“Plateaus Jewellery Project”, Collaboration with graphic designer Marta Veludo, (PL).
“Talente Competition 2014”, Munich, (DE).
“ENSAIO 5”, New Jewellery from Idar-Oberstein, (DE).
2013
“Marzee Annual International Graduation Show”, Nijmegen, (NL)
2012
“ENSAIO 4”, New Jewellery from Idar-Oberstein, (DE).
“RITUAL”, 21st Legnica International Jewellery Competition, (PL).
“European Prize for Applied Arts 2012” World Crarft center, WCC-BF, (BE).
2011
BORAX08001, Catalogue of the exhibition at World craft center, WCC-BF, (BE).

PRIZES
2015 Young Talent Prize, European Prize for Applied Arts., World Crarft center, WCC-BF, Mons (BE)
2014 Mari Funaki Award, Prize for emerging artist, Australia. (AU).
Talente 2014 Award, Muniche, (DE).
2012 New Traditional Jewelley Award (Sierraad Art Fair) Amsterdam, (NL).

20/20 Featuring work by twenty International Art Jewellers:
Carina Shoshtary, Germany; Sophie Hanagarth, Switzerland/France; Tithi Kutchamuch, Thailand;
Yojae Lee, South Korea; Jing Yang, China; Hee-ang Kim, South Korea; Deborah Rudolph, Germany;
Akiko Kurihara, Japan; Christoph Straube, Germany; Esther Suares Ruiz, Colombia; Ignasi Cavaller, Spain; Julia Baudler, Germany; Niklas Link, Germany; Thanh Truc Nguyen, Germany; Nils Hint, Estonia;
Patricia Domingues
, Portugal; Makiko Mitsunari, Japan; Lucie Houdkova, Czech Republic;
Klara Sipkova
, Czech Republic; Julie Decubber, France.