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Robert Baines

créateur de bijoux

Born, 1949, Melbourne, Australia.

Education :
1970
Diploma of Art, Gold and Silversmithing, RMIT University
1998
Master of Arts in Classics and Archaeology, Monash University
2006
Ph.D, RMIT University

1999
Programme coordinator of Gold and Silversmithing, RMIT
2005
Associate Professor of Art, RMIT University
2007
Professor of Art, Deputy Head , School of Art, Director of Research and Innovation, RMIT University
2012
Emeritus Professor School of Art, RMIT University


Solo Exhibitions - Selected most recent :

2003
Robert Baines : Stopping at the Red : Jewellery Survey 1992-2002, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Australia

2004
Robert Baines Entdecker der antiken Goldschmiedetechnik, Staatliche Antikensammlungen, München, Germany
Partyline, Galerie Biró, München, Germany

2005
Close Up, TarraWarra Museum of Art, VictoriaAustralia

2007
GOLD RINGS make a very sweet tune Gallery Funaki, Melbourne Australia

2008
The Schatzkammer : A Treasury of Evidence. Touring Exhibition, DESIGNMUSEO Helsinki, Finland. Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt Germany.
Meaner than Yellow Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen, The Netherlands,

2010
Onwards, Robert Baines, Living Treasure: Master of Australian Craft, Object Gallery,Australian Centre for Craft and Design Sydney; Bathurst Regional Art Gallery; Geelong Regional Art Gallery; Craft; Artisan; Noosa Regional Gallery; Tamworth Regional Art Gallery; Cairns Regional Gallery; Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery; JamFactory; Maitland Regional Art Gallery Australia

2011
Robert Baines, A Treasury of Evidence, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia USA,
Robert Baines A Visible Likeness, A survey Exhibition 1969 – 2011, Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Melbourne Australia

Awards and Prizes Selected
1979
Awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship.

1996
Senior Fulbright Award, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY)

1997
Winner; Cicely and Colin Rigg Craft Award, 1997 National Gallery of Victoria

1998
Winner; The Seppelt Contemporary Art Award, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1999,

2002
Received an Andrew Mellon Conservation Fellowship at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

2005
Bayerischer Staatpreis 2005 gold medal at the 57 Internationale Handwerksmesse, Munich.

2007
Received research scholarship in The Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Living Treasure: Master of Australian Craft 2010, Australia

2008
Friedrich Becker Preis, Hanau Germany

2012
Herbert Hofmann Preis, Germany

Bibliography :
Books Baines, Robert, Bracelet Java-la-Grande Macmillan Art Publishing, Melbourne, 2006
Baines, Robert, Cosmic Circus, Karl Fritsch, Metrosideros Robusta, Darling Publications, Cologne, 2006
Baines, Robert, Distraction or Destruction or just Uncovering the Cover Up, Thinking Through Practice, Elizabeth Grierson, Lesley Duxbury (Ed.), RMIT University Press, Melbourne, 2007
Baines, Robert, Melbourne Hollow Ware more snakes than you can poke a stick at” RMIT University Gold and Silversmithing Melbourne, 2009
Baines, Robert, (ed.) Treasure room Australia - Schatzkammer Australien, Australia Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne 2009
Baines, Robert, More Amazing Schmuck Stories by Robert Baines Australia Scholarly Publishing Melbourne 2009
Baines, Robert (ed.), Australian Jewellery Topos : Talking About Place, Australian Scholarly Publishing Melbourne 2010
Baines, Robert, The goldsmith, the scholar and the curator, The Curator in the Academy, edited by David Forrest, Australian Scholarly publishing Melbourne, 2011
Baines, Robert, Fabulous Follies Frauds and Fakes, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne 2012


Making jewellery is personal,
there is an incarnation
a rendering from the invisible to the visible
it is a spiritual transaction
Does this make it precious ?
Robert Baines

Créer un bijou est un acte personnel,
Il y a dans cette action une incarnation
Une transfiguration de l’invisible au visible
Il s’agit d’une opération spirituelle.
Est-ce que cela suffit à rendre le bijou « précieux » ?
Robert Baines


Cet artiste a participé rue Paul Fort à :

L'exposition "Au-delà du précieux, au-delà des mers"
en septembre octobre 2013

> Lien vers l'exposition


Photos

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Kosmos no.3 Brooch 2013 Gold 127 gms 90H x 130W x 50D Insurance value €5,000 Sale Price: €16,000