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Typhaine Le Monnier, «Visor», 2020. Necklace (steel, paint and acetate), Ø 20 x 30 x 1 cm. Photo: Teresa Santos
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«Precious Crown of the Image of Our Lady of Fatima», c. 1948, Crown (gold, silver and precious stones - c. 2680 stones and 313 pearls - of jewelry donated to the Virgin as a thanksgiving for her protection to the country during World War II. In 1984 the projectile that shot Pope John Paul II on May 13, 1981 it was integrated into the crown, as a relic of contact). Produced by Casa Leitão & Irmão and the projectile was inserted by Ourivesaria Gomes da Póvoa. Height: 24 cm, maximum Ø: 14.89 cm, Ø of the lower rim: 10.48 cm. Photo: Shrine of Fátima Archive
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ABOUT

COLD SWEAT, the title proposed by the artist Kadri Maelk for the 1st Lisbon Contemporary Jewellery Biennial, invites us to reflect on BODY, FEAR and PROTECTION in a programme that includes exhibitions projects, talks, meetings and masterclasses. The current pandemic forces us rethink our modus operandi, and the fear and uncertainty it has caused led us to choose a remarkable aspect in the history of jewellery – physical and spiritual protection – as the Biennial’s theme, and what it means in the 21st century as a subject to discuss.
The theme emerged with a planned exhibition that PIN launched in March 2020 at the start of lockdown: protective jewellery pieces/objects. They have been displayed in an online exhibition since July 2020 organised by MUDE – Museu do Design e da Moda.
The main exhibition will follow the topic of the Biennial with works made along the last two decades by Portuguese and foreign artists – will be organize in partnership with MUDE, Museu de São Roque and PIN – and will be presented at the Temporary Exhibition Gallery in the Igreja and Museu de São Roque. The exhibition also enjoys the support of Museu da Farmácia, which will  exhibit contemporary works to set up a dialogue with pieces in its own collection ...
The first discussion will be on the Biennial’s general themes: Body, Fear and Protection. Three researchers/specialists in various subjects will be invited to take part. A moderator will introduce the topic and speakers and ensure a lively debate. It will take place in Brotéria in partnership with the Centro de Investigação e Tecnologia das Artes da Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Escola das Artes [Research Centre in Science and Technology of the Arts at the School of Arts - Catholic University in Porto]. Brotéria will also host the õhuLoss exhibition from Estonia.
As a MUDE production, Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes (SNBA) will present an anthological exhibition of the jewellery created by the sculpture José Aurélio. The SNBA will also host the Jewellery Room where international galleries specialising in contemporary jewellery will boost the market and show an international panorama. The Jewellery Departments of Ar.Co – Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual and Escola Artística antónio Arroio will develop a project based on the Biennial theme and put on an exhibition of results in its Sala Polivalente. This project will include the nine international schools that are to take part in this show as well as the meeting of ideas and shared teaching experiences. In the week before the Biennial’s official opening, two masterclasses will be given in Ar.Co by the international artists and professors Christoph Zellweger and Caroline Broadhead on Fear and Protection, respectively. The results will be presented at the same time as the schools’ exhibition.
In October, the Precious Crown of Our Lady of Fatima – nowadays also a reliquary of a bullet (contact relic) that wounded Pope John Paul II – will be displayed for two days in the Igreja de São Roque. A colloquium will be given about its history as a religious object and a spiritual amulet. Among the guests attending it will be Marco Daniel Duarte, the director of the Museu do Santuário de Fátima as well as a representative of Casa Leitão & Leitão, the jewellers that created the crown in the 1940s.
Sá da Costa, Reverso, Teresa Lacerda and Tereza Seabra Galleries, and the Romanian Cultural Institute in Lisbon will present various international exhibitions and promote talks and guided visits to be announced in due course.
The Biennial’s prime aims are to encourage research into the history of jewellery by making bridges and connections with other subjects, to foster contemporary jewellery by creating new settings for exhibitions and to promote meetings and interchanges between researchers, curators, artists and students, between themselves and with the Portuguese and an international public. The Biennial also wants to urge us to ponder over the complex moment we are all going through and stress the importance of art in life and all our daily lives.


29 July – Thursday
          EXHIBITION
18h–20h
Opening
OITAVOS DA OFICINA
JOSÉ AURÉLIO: JEWELLERY
Anthological exhibition of the jewellery work by the sculptor José Aurélio developed since 1950s
Curated by Laura Castro
Exhibition design by Filipe Alarcão
Graphic design by Ana Teresa Ascensão
Galeria Pintor Fernando de Azevedo
Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes 
Until 22 September – Wednesday

10 September – Friday
          MEETING.EXHIBITION SCHOOLS
17h–19h
MEETING
Schools presentation
19h–20h
SCHOOLS EXHIBITION
AT ANTÓNIO ARROIO
Opening
Curated by Filomena Lima
e José Lúcio Lima
Escola Artística António Arroio
Until 22 September – Wednesday

11 September – Saturday
          MASTERCLASSES
10h–17h
FEAR
Christoph Zellweger (CH)
 
10h–17h
PROTECTION
Caroline Broadhead (UK)
 
Ar.Co–Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual
Until 15 September – Wednesday

 

          EXHIBITION
18h–21h
Opening
FERIDA ABERTA
BROCA GROUP
Curated by Grupo Broca (BR)
Galeria Sá da Costa
Until 25 September – Saturday

14 September – Tuesday
          EXHIBITION
19h
Opening
YOU ARE HERE
CONTEMPORARY JEWELLERY 
Curated by David Sandu (RO)
Organized by Assamblage (RO)
Instituto Cultural Romeno em Lisboa
Until 18 October – Monday

15 September – Wednesday
          EXHIBITION
18h–20h
Opening
ÕHULOSS
Curated by õhuloss (EE)
Brotéria 
Until 8 October – Friday

 

          EXHIBITION
16h–18h
Opening
AS ABOVE, SO BELOW
SOLO EXHIBITION
Ruudt Peters
WINDOW PROJET
Teresa Milheiro
Curated by Paula Crespo  
Galeria Reverso 
Until 29 October – Friday

16 September – Thursday
          EXHIBITION
11h
VADE RETRO
Curated by Tereza Seabra
Galeria Tereza Seabra 
Until 16 October – Saturday
          EXHIBITION
11h
SCAPULARS:
PROTECTING BODY AND SOUL
Atelier Teresa Lacerda 
Until 16 October – Saturday
          EXHIBITION
09h–14h
GRUPO BROCA (BR)
Galeria Sá da Costa 
Until 25 September – Saturday
          EXHIBITION
12h–14h
Opening
CONJURE 
THE JEWELLERY AS A MEDIATOR
BETWEEN FEAR AND PROTECTION
Curated by Natália Olarte (CO)
and Paula Perez (CO)
Espaço Camões da Sá da Costa
Until 23 September – Thursday
 
 
          COLLOQUIUM
15h–18h
BODY
Liesbeth den Besten (NL),
Ana Paula de Campos (BR)
and Bárbara Coutinho  
Moderated by João Paulo Queiroz
Brotéria 
          EXHIBITION
18h00–20h00
Museu de São Roque
21h00–23h00
Museu da Farmácia
OPENING OF THE BIENNIAL
COLD SWEAT
Curated by Cristina Filipe 
and João Norton de Matos SJ 
Exhibition design Fernando Brizio
Graphic design by Ilhas Estúdio
Galeria de Exposições Temporárias, 
Igreja e Museu de São Roque 
and Museu da Farmácia 
          PERFORMANCE
21h30–22h
CABINET OF RISKS & CHANCES
Instalation, performance and display
New work from Christoph Zellweger (CH)
22h–23h
DR. KNAP QUALIFIED JEWELLERY ARTIST
Performance with Agnieszka Knap
During Cold Sweat opening
Museu da Farmácia
 

17 September – Friday
          MEETING.EXHIBITIONS SCHOOLS
10h–12h
MEETING
Schools presentation
12h–13h
SCHOOLS EXHIBITION AT ANTÓNIO ARROIO
Opening
Curated by Catarina Silva
Sala Polivalente
Ar.Co–Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual 
17, 18, 19 and 20 September 
 
MASTERCLASSES FEAR AND PROTECTION
10h–13h
Opening
Curated by Caroline Broadhead
and Christoph Zellweger
Exhibition of the results
Jewellery Department
Ar.Co–Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual 
17, 18, 19 and 20 September 
          JEWELLERY ROOM
14h–15h
Private view
15h–19h
Open to the public
Curated by Marta Costa Reis
Galeria de Arte Moderna
Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes 
Until 19 September – Sunday
 
 
          PERFORMANCE
16h–17h
THROWING KNIVES
with Gisbert Stack (DE)
at Cold Sweat Exhibition
Galeria de Exposições Temporárias
do Museu de São Roque
          COLLOQUIUM
18h–21h
FEAR
Alena Alexandrova (NL),
João Norton de Matos SJ 
and Rosa Maria Mota 
Moderated by Kadri Mälk (EE)
Brotéria 
 
 

18 September – Saturday
          COLLOQUIUM
10h–13h
PROTECTION
Denis Bruna (FR), Teresa Morna, João Neto 
and Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa 
Moderated by Kirstin Kennedy (UK)
Brotéria 
          EXHIBITION
14h
Welcome drink
VADE RETRO
Curated by Tereza Seabra
Galeria Tereza Seabra 
Until 16 October – Saturday
 

 

          JEWELLERY ROOM
14h–19h
JEWELLERY ROOM
Curated by Marta Costa Reis
ARTIST TALK
16h–17h30
OBJECTS WE KEEP
Ana Carolina Escobar (CO/FR), Marion Delarue (FR) and Pedro Sequeira
17h30–19h
FEARS AND AMULETS
Ruudt Peters (NL), Patricia Domingues and Tanel Veenre (EE)
Moderated by Marta Costa Reis
Galeria de Arte Moderna,
Auditorium and Library
Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes
Until 19 September – Sunday
 
          DINER AND CINEMA  
19h30h
39 Degraus Restaurant
Diner at Terrace
21h30
CRÓNICA DOS BONS MALANDROS
Direct by Fernando Lopes
Movie on the terrace
Cinemateca

19 September – Sunday
          JEWELLERY ROOM
11h–17h
Curated by Marta Costa Reis
Galeria de Arte Moderna and Auditorium
Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes

 

          EXHIBITION
11h–12h
Guided tour by the curator and the artist
OITAVAS DA OFICINA
JOSÉ AURÉLIO: JEWELLERY
Anthological exhibition of the jewellery work by the sculptor José Aurélio developed since 1950s
Curated by Laura Castro
Exhibition design by Filipe Alarcão
Graphic design by Ana Teresa Ascensão
Galeria Pintor Fernando de Azevedo
Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes

 
22 September – Wednesday
          EXHIBITION
18h–20h
Finissage
OITAVAS DA OFICINA
JOSÉ AURÉLIO: JEWELLERY
Anthological exhibition of the jewellery work by the sculptor José Aurélio developed since 1950s
Curated by Laura Castro
Exhibition design by Filipe Alarcão
Galeria Pintor Fernando de Azevedo,
Sociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes

7 October – Thursday
          COLLOQUIUM.EXHIBITION
18h–20h
PRECIOUS CROWN
Marco Daniel Duarte, Aura Miguel, Rui Galopim de Carvalho, António Filipe Pimentel and Jorge van Zeller Leitão
Moderação de Madalena Braz Teixeira
Igreja de São Roque

8 October – Friday
          EXHIBITION
10h–18h
COULD SWEAT:
PRECIOUS CROWN
Igreja de São Roque 

 

          EXHIBITION
18h–19h
Finissage
ÕHULOSS (EE)
Brotéria 
 

19 November – Friday
          BIENNIAL CLOSING
18h–19h
STORIES OF JEWELLERY FROM THE NORTH
Lecture with Nanna Melland (NO)
Brotéria  
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20 November – Saturday
          BIENNIAL CLOSING  
15h–16h
WE WEAR CLOTHES TO BECOME HUMAN.  BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE HUMAN?
Lecture with Filomena Silvano
 
16h30–18h
BOOK/CATALOGUE LAUNCH
COLD SWEAT
Bárbara Coutinho, Cristina Filipe,
Teresa Morna and João Norton de Matos.
Moderate by Marta Costa Reis
Brotéria


ORGANIZATION

          CONCEPT AND ORGANIZATION
PIN – Associação Portuguesa de Joalharia Contemporânea
 
          GENERAL CURATORSHIP
Cristina Filipe
 
          ARTISTIC DIRECTION 
Cristina Filipe
Marta Costa Reis
 
          PRODUCTION
Cristina Filipe
Marta Costa Reis
Isa Duarte Ribeiro
Luís Torres
 
          ACCOUNTING
ATE – Contabilidade e Formação
 
          GRAPHIC DESIGN
ilhas studio
 
          WEBSITE
Ricardo Silvestre
 
          PHOTOGRAPHY POST-PRODUCTION
Luís Torres
 
          TRANSLATION
Carole Garton
          CONSULTANCY
Lúcia Abdenur
Ana Albuquerque
Liesbeth den Besten
Monika Brugger
Manuel Costa Cabral
Paula Castro
Paula Crespo
Dulce Ferraz
Agnieska Knap
João Norton de Matos, sj
Typhaine Le Monnier
João Neto
Natália Olarte
Maria José Oliveira
Rui Penedo
António Pinto Ribeiro
Elisabete Ruivo
Tereza Seabra
Catarina Silva
Diana Silva
Filomeno Pereira de Sousa
Manuela Sousa  
Manuel Veiga
Christoph Zellweger  
 
          SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Isabel Ribeiro de Albuquerque  
Bárbara Coutinho  
Cristina Filipe  
Kadri Mälk 
Teresa Morna  
Gonçalo de Vasconcelos e Sousa 
Madalena Braz Teixeira
 
          HONOR COMMITTEE
Manuel Castro Caldas, President of Ar.Co
Isabel Capeloa Gil, Rector of the UCP
Filipa Klut, Vowel, SCML
Catarina Vaz Pinto, Councilor for Culture of CML
João Paulo Queiroz, President of SNBA
 
          BIENNIAL FRIENDS
Dulce Ferraz
Luís Ferreira
Zélia Nobre
 

 

PARTNERS

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

Direção-Geral das Artes

INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERS

CML/MUDE
Museu de São Roque
Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa
Museu da Farmacia
Santuário de Fatima
Universidade Católica
SBNA
BROTÉRIA
ar.co
Instituto Cultural Romeno
 Escola Artística António Arroio
Cinemateca Portuguesa-Museu do Cinema

OTHER PARTNERS

GAleria Tereza Seabra
Galeria Sá da Costa
Galeria Reverso
 
 

 

MEDIA PARTNERS

Antena 2
artecapital
AJF
Umbigo
RTP2
Current Obsession
Gerador
 MOP - Ideias fora do formato

OTHER SPONSORS

Embaixada Estonia
STET – livros & fotografias
Embaixada da Noruega
Norwegian Crafts
Embaixada da Suiça
FLAD
IASPIS, The Swedish Arts Grants Committee
João M. Barbosa