Internationale Handwerksmesse and «Handwerk & Design» 2017
08.03 – 14.03
09:30 – 18:00
Fairground Messe München, Hall B1
– EXEMPLA 2017
– TALENTE 2017
Award Ceremony, 11.03 16:30
Hall B1 HANDWERK ON STAGE
– SCHMUCK 2017
Herbert-Hofmann-Award Ceremony, 11.03 17:00
Hall B1 HANDWERK ON STAGE
– MEISTER DER MODERNE 2017
HANDSHAKE 3 “Concept and Conception”
Sat 11.03 15.50 – 16.10
Event HANDWERK ON STAGE hall B1: HANDSHAKE and DIAOLOGUE COLLECTIVE on stage
Twelve HANDSHAKE 3 artists will exhibit at the FRAME galleries (HWM) Munich, in an exhibition curated by Liesbeth den Besten, Sofia Björkman and Peter Deckers.
Debbie Adamson, Renee Bevan, Becky Bliss, Nadene Carr, Sharon Fitness, Kelly McDonald, Neke Moa, Amelia Pascoe, Sarah Read, Sarah Walker-Holt, Raewyn Walsh, Kathryn Yeats
HANDSHAKE3 (HS3) is the latest iteration of a project that first began in 2011. HANDSHAKE is a mentoring, exhibition and professional development package where selected emerging New Zealand jewellers are matched with chosen mentors to accelerate multiple aspects of their practice. In early 2015 the HS3 participants were selected from the former HandShake1 and HandShake2 projects with new challenges, including two collaboration projects and a series of national and international exhibitions supporting the mentees to work independently from their previous mentor.
This year a special presentation about the HANDSHAKE project and the collaboration with London based Dialogue Collective will happen at Handwerk–on-Stage at the Handwerksmesse
Hall B1, stand #742
Barbara von Taeuffenbach Goldsmith & Suse Güllert Paper
Hanni Weber Goldsmith & Maria Verburg Paper
Susanne Elstner Goldsmith & Karin Traxler Paper
Susanne Holzinger Silversmith & Bettina von Reiswitz Leather
The artwork of the first group, that presented at the gallery GEDOKmuc in 2016, will present at the expo IHM / Handwerk & Design (Craft &Design)
Hall B1, stand #749
Julia Obermaier, Sharareh Aghaei, Stephie Morawetz, Helen Habtay, Gabriela Cohn, Eva Burton, Pía Groh
ASTONISH is a collective of seven female makers sharing a common passion: (gem) stones. They are recent alumni or current students in the mysterious town of Idar-Oberstein. At their booth you will find seven exceptional ways of dealing, playing and struggling with this unique material. Join us! let’s get ASTONISHed..!
Not Only Decoration
Hall B1, stand #749
Laura Jack & Stephie Morawetz
We are a not for profit organization of individuals and we utilise our skills as jewellers, artists and makers to create meaningful art and design projects. What we make is about issues that seem to be falling through the cracks of society. We are makers from all over the world that create works that are not only decoration and there is always room for more.
Events before 05 March
Knell – The gender bell
Special guests in gallery: Fumitaka Kudo, Carlier Makigawa, Märta Mattsson, Jasmin Matzakow, Manfred Nisslmüller
Opening: 22.02 19:00, Aperol Fri 13:00–15:00
Pontoppidan’s most recent works touch once more on essential questions of jewellery today, rotating around central functional and social classifications like gender. KNELL is represented in the form of bells: a metaphorical instrument of alarm, to attract attention, and to create sensibility and cognition around the dangerous and multi-layered alliance of the jewel to the history of female body ornament. But Pontoppidan succeeds to undermine any expectation and surprises by elementary, nearly archaic aesthetic suggestions.
SHESH - Six Jewellery Artists
Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (BKV Gallery)
Alona Katzir, Hadas Levin, Noa Liran, Sara Shahak, Shuli Egozi, Sigal Meshorer
Opening 23.02 18:30
Come Meet the Artists, Sun 12.03 between 13:00-15:00
SHESH – Group Exhibition of six Artists Based in Israel.
Artists: Alona Katzir, Hadas Levin, Noa Liran, Sara Shahak, Shuli Egozi, Sigal Meshorer
Under the guidance of Ester Knobel, the group Has been meeting regularly since 2006, conducting an ongoing discourse in the Jewellery field, on the path to forming and cultivating a personal creative language.
Schmuck und Zeichnung / Jewellery and Drawing
Opening 23.02 18:30
Come Meet the Artist, Sat 11.03 between 11:00-14:00
SATURDAY 04 MARCH
Off the Shelf
Anna Tuhus, Ariel Yi-Chen Tsai, Carola Solcia, Caroline Broadhead, Chloe Valorso, Coline Assade, Elena Bonanomi, Emily Grimble, Erica Heng, Florance Tebbutt, Giles Last, Jasleen Kaur, Jing Jiang, Katy Hackney, Kigen Kamijima, Lin Cheung, Lucie Davis, Lucie Gledhill, , Maria Militsi, Marlene McKibbin, Max Warren, Melanie Georgacopoulos, Michelle Lung, Miho Ishizuka, Naomi Filmer, Sam Rodway-Smith, Scott Armstrong, Scott Wilson, Silvia Weidenbach, Stacey Huang, Veronika Fabian, Yayun Fang, Yichen Dong
Mon- Fri 10:00–19:00, Sat 10:00–18:00, Sun 11:00–19:00
Off the Shelf is an exhibition of work by staff and students of Central Saint Martins, BA Jewellery Design course, here in Munich for the second time. The BA Jewellery Design program approaches the subject of jewellery as a conversation between body and object, with originality and innovation at its heart. Based in the centre of London, CSM enjoys superb links with industry and we encourage our students to engage with the wider social contexts of their work while developing their own creative practices and a diverse set of technical skills.
SUNDAY 05 MARCH
Laura Alvarado, Kat Cole, Emil Gustafsson, Laura Johnson, Anne Léger, Karen Lester, Vivian Meller, Daniel Michel, Tamar Navama, Runa Vethal Stølen, Xenia Walschikow
Special Event Friday 9:00-11:00
24 Hour Window Display
Perfect Strangers celebrates the unconventional, non-traditional, and unexpected by facilitating a chance interaction between eleven international Contemporary Jewellers. Plastic, wood, paint, bone, ceramics and randomly found objects meet silver, gold, and precious stones, creating unexpected wearable-scale sculptures that find the boundaries of contemporary craft.
A 24-hour window display creates a fresh and fleeting moment for these perfect strangers to empower each other. Their pieces gain meaning through the dichotomies of treasure, throw away, memory of material, chaos and order, monumental forms and human scale. They hint at past and present, traditional and technological, social interactions, fears and desires.
Galerie Biró Junior zu Gast in der Galerie Royal
Opening Sun 11:00
Mon-Sat 11:00-19:00, Sun 13:00 to 15:00
The Korean artist Coco Sung studied visual art in Korea before she came for postgraduate studies to Burg Giebichenstein, Halle, Germany, where she fist met art jewelry and changed classes. Today CoCos work is an unique fusion of painting and jewelry, full of unexpected surprises.
This first solo-show in Munich will show colorful installations with jewelry and her drafts to each piece.
TUESDAY 04 MARCH
Tue-Sat 10:00-18:00, Thu 10:00-20:00
Alejandra Koreck, Patricia Gallucci, Sabina Tiemroth
Farbe im Feuer - Colour in the fire
Günter Block, Barbara von Taeuffenbach, Simone Winkler, Michaela Köppl
Hans – Sachs- Straße 13
Opening Tue 17:00
Mon-Fri 11:00-18:30, Sat, Sun 11:00-17:00
Colour born out of the fire, with glass and enamel, transformed to wearable jewellery.
tog_ther ! Fill in: e or a
Peter Bauhuis, Emese Benczúr, David Bielander, Florian Buddeberg, Shirin Damerji, Anna Eichlinger, Susanne Elstner, Sławomir Fijałkowski, Christiane Förster, Réka Lörincz, Daniel Michel, Anna Moll, Pavol Prekop, Nicola Scholz, Kristýna Španihelová, Gisbert Stach, Rose Stach, Norman Weber, Arek Wolski, Christoph Zellweger
Alter Botanischer Garten am Stachus Sophienstraße 7a
Opening Tue 18:00
Finissage Sun 12.3. 14:00-17:00
Artist Talk Sun 12.3. 15:00
Jewellery exhibitions are often presented in sterile glass cabinets. This leads to a distance between object and viewer and limits the freedom, which could develop in this sensual encounter. Here, at the exhibition tog_ther !, curated by Gisbert Stach and Rose Stach, the motto is: chairs instead of showcases!
Twenty international author jewellery artists gather with their extraordinary objects in dialogue with strongly individualistic seats, from weight benches to a sandbag wall.
A potently interactive chair by Christoph Zellweger from Switzerland; a self-portrait stool by Arek Wolski from Warsaw; cheap pretense and reality from two female Budapest artists; and David Bielander Thonet chair sausage links, are among what’s to find.
Joohee Han, Shachar Cohen & Samira Goetz
Nördliches Zwischengeschoss U-Bahn Universität
Opening Tue 18:00
Wed-Sun 12:00 – 18:00, Mon-Fri (13.03-17.03) 17:00 – 19:00
We are drifters.
Aiming our car to the wall and missing it
completely by exhibiting a lateral slip,
resulting in an oversteer condition.
The outcome of performing these manoeuvres
leaves us in a state of no ground.
Wandering from field to field, without
conforming completely to any.
Questioning and shaping ourselves as we go.
Swinging between the love of the observers and nobody noticing us.
Drifting is not for the faint in heart
as it will have a sudden spike in epic.
Preciosa - Remember Velázquez
Mahrokh Beck, Christin Losta
Opening Tue 19:00
Mon-Fri 14:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-15:00
Takayoshi Terajima, Asako Takahashi, Kvetoslava Flora Sekanova, Seung Hye Ryu, Nelly Stein
Opening Tue 19:00
Tue-Sat 13:00-19:00, Sun-Mon 13:00-19:00
WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH
Social Club: Thu-Sat 10:00-11:00
PAPER Launch Party Thu 20:00 – 02:00
Lost Weekend Bookstore/Café open
Mon-Fri 08:00–20:00, Sat 10:00–20:00, Sun, 12:00–18:00
Current Obsession Social Club
First time to MJW? Grab the PAPER, meet some of the team and discuss goals and ideas.
none, Best Records
Theresienstraße 46, Window decoration
Master students Object & Jewellery from the PXL-MAD School of Arts, Hasselt (BE): Moana Andreani, Kristy Bujanic, Lara Ceuterick, Pia David
Streets of Munich
10:00 till late
This year, 4 curious master students Object & Jewellery from Hasselt (BE) explore the idea of an Urban Nomad. This is a modern traveller who continuously moves between big cities, looking for new career challenges.
As noMADs they will be visiting the exhibitions of this year’s edition of MJW. Driven by a deep interest for what is going on in the field of contemporary jewellery, they will report and comment on what they see via social media. They will be online 24/7 and you can follow them on ‘Facebook/Nomads at MJW or ‘Instagram/Nomads at MJW.
At the same time, these young urban travellers from the PXL-MAD School of Arts will carry around their own mobile exhibition with a sneak peak of their final master projects.
This is their attempt to engage people in an inspiring exchange of ideas according to the principle ‘we follow you, you follow us’. You can meet them in person in the streets of Munich between March the 8th and 12th. They are always open for critical conversations!
Anyone who crosses their path will receive a token of the meeting and become part of the noMADs-community.
Die Münchner Zeit II
Wed-Mon 10:00-19:00, 10.03. Umtrunk 18:00-22:00
Obversed Aesthetics / jewelleryincase (Schmuck & Hülle)
Barbara Hattrup, Barbara Heigert, Cornelia Möbs, Gabriele von Miller-Lehsten, Gottlinde Singer, Herta Lambert, Kristina Kundt, Monika Vesely, Nadine Elda Rosani
Schleißheimer Straße 61
Tue (14th March) & Thu (16th March): 10:00-14:00
Four teams, each formed by two co-working artists, one jewellery designer and one from another area of the applied arts. Each team will showcase their joint work around jewellery and the immediate space surrounding or containing it. The central idea of this project is about an augmented exploration of jewellery and a multidisciplinary, co-work approach together with objects from the applied arts using material such as wood, concrete, paper, textile fibres, leather, porcelain etc. Visitors can expect a broad variety of work concepts not only from established artists but also from newcomers.
The exhibition jewelleryincase (Schmuck und Hülle) is connected to the exposition IHM / Handwerk & Design at the expo centre – where the previous artist group 2016 is presenting their work in hall B1 / stand #742.
We lean on japan
Pacellistraße 5, MaxBurg
Jorge Castanon, Bettina Dittlmann, Michael Jank, Rebecca Hannon, Selen Ozus, Flora Vagi, Sayumi Yokouchi
Opening 09.03 17.00-LATE
Wed-Sun 11.00 – 19.00
Jewellers’Werk Galerie presents a group exhibition of seven international artist jewellers–mixed media and mixed viewpoints–creating a dynamic and diverse energy.
Mon-Fri 11:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-16:00
addore offers innovative and edgy art jewellery creations, characterized by high quality workmanship.
Anke Huyben, Babs Zwanink, Christie Schellings, Marit van Heumen, Sangji Yun, Aaron Patrick Decker, Christine Bukkehave, Réka Fekete, Marion Blume, Jen Reich
Wed 13.00-21.00, Thu-Sat 11.00-17.30
There’s always a beginning, an opportunity to grow. BLANCO is our chance to grow within an international group of young designers. Our different perspective on jewellery design connects us as BLANCO.
BLANCO is an artists collective which aims to stand out from the crowd. The collective brings together young and ambitious designers, each with a different perspective on jewellery. BLANCO acknowledges the diversity within the concept of jewellery. Therefore, the collective tries to ensure that diversity in the expressions of its member artists and brings together different types of media. The BLANCO collective consists of a several permanent members but aims to give other talented designers the opportunity to express their view on jewellery as well.
As such, at every exposition the BLANCO collective represents a different formation of designers.
The cat did it.
Opening: 08.03 15:00 – 21:00
24-28.02 10:00-19:00, 09-13.03 11:00-19:00, 14.3-18.03 14:00-19:00
A series of works using physical tricks: necklaces which can change the color of the left and right chains, necklaces where the color of the ball changes at the entrance and exit, and necklaces/pierces/earring rings which move against gravity.
A series of works with seemingly frustrating motifs such as bombs, dynamite, alcohol, tobacco, bees, drugs and human eyeballs or parts of women and men. Those motifs are reconstructed with wits in the works.
A series of tautology jewellery like a ring wearing a ring, an earring wearing an earring, a ring made of a ring ….
Opening Wed 16:00
Tue–Sat 11:00-18:00, extra Sun 12.03 11:00-18:00
The contemporary jewellery artist JING YANG will present her first solo-exhibition ‘KEINE VASE’ at SHANGHAI GALLERY after her graduation. There will be on display her signature series – ‚I’m not a Vase‘, as well as an inspiring new series of experimental pieces. Jing Yang will combine video, objects and manuscripts to create a show of intrigues and elegance.
Joyas Sensacionales: Alicia Giráldez, Carla Garcia, Carme Roher, Clara Niubó, Fátima Tocornal, Gemma Canal, Lourdes Carmelo, Montse Basora,Nicole Deuster, Nuria Anguren, Xus Angles, Eva Pons with Silvia Walz and Ramon Puig Cuyás,
10:00-20:00, Mon 13.03 10:00-12:00
Nadine Kuffner and Patrícia Domingues
Opening Wed 17:00
9-12 March 12-18h, Sat. 12-16h
Scattered Flux is a collaborative exhibition by jewellery artists Nadine Kuffner and Patrícia Domingues. Together with Julia Wild, an historian and writer, the group will bring to the exhibition space an atmosphere which relates to their own individual practice.
Shuming Chen, Chen Cheng, Tsui Tsz Yan, Karen Lester, Yonghui Duan, Yuwei Yu, Rachael Colley, Danielle Laurent, Francesca Urciuoli, Jo Pond, Abbie Gaiger, Stephanie Holt , Niling Liang, Dong Ding, Olivia Marsh, Drew Markou, Rachel Jones, Sabine Roth, Sally Collins & Saloukee
Opening/Private View Wed 17:00-21:30
Thu-Sat 12:00-19:00, Sun 10:00-14:00
A playground for creative jewellery minds to explore contemporary art jewellery: exquisite collisions, unexpected conversations, accidental discoveries and global partnerships emerge- Crash! Bang! Wallop!
An exhibition from a group of Birmingham based jewellers celebrating the criss- crossing of cultures and diverse experiences/ approaches to the discipline.
Laura Deakin, Melanie Isverding
Opening Wed 17:00
Thu-Fri-Sun 11:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-15:00
“When the postcard arrived in the mail she glanced down at the image, thinking “Typical, a cute little kitten in the spotlight. Give me a break! They are all over the internet with their super sweet antics, playing the piano, chasing shadows or toying with a ball of string – but are we just being fooled? Is this all just a distraction from what is really going on? Is it a trick?”
Sometimes it’s the things that sit just outside the limelight that demand a closer look. Like that odd movement caught in your peripheral vision or the light that spills out from behind the moon during a full solar eclipse. Perhaps it’s things caught in the shadows and working behind the scenes that really make the difference. As the folded light fell upon a shinny dullness in the distance, finally, she could see it clearly.
Institut Français München
Rodrigo Acosta Arias, Angela Bermudez , Stella Bierrenbach, Babette Boucher, Céline Buffetrille, Patricia Domingues, Jonathan Hens, Elvira H. Mateu, Ulrike Kampfert, Christiane Köhne, Nadine Kuffner, Sonia Ledos, Aude Medori, Nathalie Perret, Galatée Pestre, Linda Pieri, Janire Roman Diaz, Janina Stübler, Céline Sylvestre, Edu Tarin, Laurence Verdier, Caro Weiss
Opening Wed 17:00-21:30
Thu, Fri 14:00-20:00, Sat, Sun 11:00-18:00, Mon 11:00-17:00
Précieux Passages is an international exhibition that highlights the contemporary jewellery youth front. It was born in 2013, arising under the determination of three French artists, Pestre, Sylvestre and Verdier. As the first contemporary jewellery festival was about to take place in Paris (becoming le Parcours Bijoux), they wished to show the general public the great diversity of jewellery and were able to invite twenty-two worldwide artists to be part of a major exposition at the Forney library.
Four years and several exhibitions later, the three artists have become a professional curating team, and many artists of Précieux Passage have won international jewellery awards and recognition. This year the Précieux Passages artists are invited to show their latest pieces at l’Institut Français München, for the second year in a row.
Duality of Presence
super+ CENTERCOURT Gallery
Jessica Anderson, Lynn Batchelder, Thea Clark, Nikki Couppee, Motoko Furuhashi, Steven Gordon Holman, Alexandra Hopp, Masumi Kataoka, Joshua Kosker, Tova Lund, Sharon Massey, Jayden Moore, Wei Lah Poh, Kerianne Quick (Curator), Kaiya Rainbolt, Yumi Janairo Roth, Jina Seo, Jess Tolbert (Curator), Demi Thomloudis
Opening Wed 18:00-21:00
Duality of Presence defines and explores ‘material specificity’ as a movement in American contemporary art jewellery and metalsmithing where artists aim to reveal hidden narratives through the use of specific materials. The works emphasize the importance of maker-viewer communication, by demonstrating the effectiveness of material centered conveyance, where artists tell stories that connect to the wider world. The works demonstrate a broad range of subject matter, with material specificity as the common thread. In addition to the physical display of objects, the exhibition will include two interactive digital components, a innovative use of virtual reality and an interactive website. Virtual reality headsets integrated into the gallery display will show VR videos produced by selected participating artists using a virtual reality multi-lens camera. Each video will transport the viewer from the gallery to a significant site or moment chosen and filmed by the artist.
Duality of Presence is a curatorial collaboration between Kerianne Quick and Jess Tolbert.
Ann-Kathrin Hartel, Susanne Schwarz, Nadja Soloviev
Opening Wed 18:00-21:00
Finissage Sun 12:00-16:00
Katalog is an exhibition of Ann-Kathrin Hartel, Susanne Schwarz and Nadja Soloviev. While the artists work individually on their jewellery, they started an ongoing collaboration of exhibiting together as a collective. Katalog gives an overall impression of their way of thinking and displays the jewellery of the three artists. The exhibition illustrates different perspectives and creates storylines reflecting on contemporary jewellery.
Projektraum Kunstbüro reillplast
Beatrice Brovia, Nicolas Cheng
Opening Wed 19:00, Apérol 10.03 17:00
Beatrice Brovia and Nicolas Cheng – two outstanding and promising young protagonists of our international jewellery landscape, located in Stockholm, but originating from Hong Kong and Italy, confront us with a critical discourse around gold exploration, it’s involvement with human exploitation and in the same time it’s overwhelming and never ending overlapping with our vision of beauty, wealth and happiness. Cheng and Brovia illustrate the multi-faceted spectrum of this material in sophisticated challenging creations.
Works from the stock:
Babetto, Bennett, Bette, Bischoff, Cho, Eisler, Förster, Fritsch, Harvey, Hilbert, Jünger, Kallfelz, Lisca, Martinazzi, Minewaki, Smit, Tiitsar, Tridenti, Visintin, Weber, Zanella and others.
Tribute to Manfred Bischoff
Opening Wed 19:00
Tue, Wed, Fri, 10:00-18:00, Thu 10:00-20:00, Sat, Sun, Mon, 10:00-15:00
Galerie Florian Trampler
Aleksandra Atanasovski, Petra Bole, Gabriele Hinze, Marietta Karamaria, Renata Manganelli, Lital Mendel, Ludwig Menzel, Julika Müller, Constance Marie Pretorius, Loukia Richards, Marian Sturkenboom, Anna Fanigina Verba, Xenia Walschikow, Christoph Ziegler. Curated by Loukia Richards & Christoph Ziegler
Oskar-von-Miller-Ring 29-31 (H-Hof/Back yard)
Thu 12:00-20:00 / followed by the “Tarot Moebling” interactive performance 20:00-21:30
Fri 12:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-18:00
Group exhibition on the tranformative nature of jewellery. An interactive “Tarot Moebling” performance with the public on Thursday, 9 March (20:00-21:30) highlights the mystical charms of jewellery.
Xenia Walschikow also exhibits at “Talente” and Loukia Richards at “Schmuck 2017”.
Hatara Project, Time Perception Vol.3
Anke Huyben, Annea Lounatvuori, Christine Jalio, Elin Flognman, Ginta Zabarovska, Helmi Lindblom, Jelizaveta Suska, Marine Dominiczak, Melina Lindroos, Morven Downie, Sara Malm, Susanna Yläranta, Wiebke Pandikow, Yasuyo Hida
Opening Wed 19:00
Thu-Fri, 10:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-17:00
Hatara Project started in 2015 as a collaboration between Annea Lounatvuori and Christine Jalio. The name Hatara, from the Finnish hattara – cotton candy – describes something dreamy, sweet and concrete but eventually fragile. Hatara is a meeting point between jewellery artists that have different backgrounds and come from different countries. It’s a connection, an exchange of culture, an experience and knowledge. Now we are 14 women from Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Germany, Japan, France, Australia and The Netherlands.
Mari Ishikawa, Margit Jäschke, Susanne Wagner
Einführung, Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste
Mari Ishikawa’s jewellery objects are delicate structures. They are reminiscent of lichens or leaves. Margit Jäschke translates fantasy and poetry into jewels that emanate a mystery. Susanne Wagner is a sculptures and video artist. The exhibited work are current, space-grabbing floor sculptures.
THURSDAY 9 MARCH
Müllerstrasse 46A, Studio 2
Collective Dialogue: Tradition and Revolution –
from myth to life
Lecture by Bog-ki MIN
(Professor of Seoul National University, Jewelry Artist)
09.03 10:30 – 12:00
ROUNDTABLE: Digital Jewelry ?
Moderator : Bog-ki MIN
(Professor of Seoul National University)
Panelist : Bo-hyung KOH (Professor of Hanyang University) Dr. Petra Holser (Oberkonservatorin der Neue Sammlung) Prof. Christine Lüdeke (Professor of Pforzheim University School of Design) Paul Derrez (Director of RA gallery, Contemporary Jewellery Artist)
09.03 14:00 – 15:40
Studio Gabi Green
Nuala Clooney, Rachel Darbourne, Bridie Lander, Drew Markou
Thu-Sat 10:00-17:00, Sun 10:00-15:00
What lies beneath is the subterranean. It’s the dark, the buried, the out of sight.
In their individual ways each of the members of suterranea is engaged with the buried, the stuff that lies beneath, be it literally or metaphorically.
Babette Von Dohnanyi
Hiltensperger Straße 15
Thu-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-16:00, Sun 10:00-13:00
Work of the collection and new developments
Atelier Von Gierke-Berr
Annamaria Leiste, Laura Siebauer, Arnaud Sprimont, Carine Vanlandeghem, Peter Vermandere
The essentially personal works and unequivocal artistic pieces we so eagerly seek to create may be no more than ‘bleeps in the void’ if one considers geological timescales or the vastness of the universe. I believe that within the creation of our beloved “Ephemeral Paraphernalia” our human connection to timelessness and eternal beauty can be found. (Peter Vermandere)
For the seventh time in seven years atelier Von Gierke-Berr is home to an exquisite jewellery exhibition. Peter Vermandere (B) has been there since the beginning, Annamria Leiste (D) is exhibiting for the third time. Laura Siebauer (D), Carine Vanlandeghem (B) and Arnaud Sprimont (B) join for the second time. Unity through diversity would make a good title for a next project of this BelgoGerman group.
David Bayer, Gigi Haubenhofer, Sabine Hirzer, Pilar Gallego, Andrea Zahlbruckner
Between Barerstraße and Türkenstraße
Richard van Diessen, Patricia Domingues, Jantje Fleischhut, Adam Grinovich, Melanie Isverding, Jiro Kamata, Göran Kling, Benjamin Lignel, Georg Lisek, Florian Milker, Ted Noten, Annika Pettersson, Kellie Riggs, Atty Tantivit, Julia Walter
Thu 14:00-21:00, Fri-Sat 10:00-18:00, Sun 10:00-16:00
‘HD-Treasure’ is an offshoot exhibition formed from the Zimmerhof Schmucksymposium 2016 that shares the same title. The show combines an exploration into contemporary aesthetics with a classic theme of the secret and precious. We enter this theme through the perspective of remix culture, the agreement that everything has been done. But we are not satisfied with this assumption. ‘HD’ is a term present in everyday life from our smartphones, advertisements to fine art installations and videos. HD: the new dominant aesthetic in contemporary life. HD TREASURE assembles a group of artists both working for and against this new paradigm, attempting to see the TREASURE through the lens of a means of expression still yet to be fully defined.
Noha Nicolescu, Ana C. Berrio, Titi Berrio
Why would anyone want to design an utopia? There are several reasons. The most important one is that utopian thought is essential to human change in all aspects.
The landscape is the container of our utopia, we transform it and it tries to keep growing between the spontaneity of nature and the human action. As a result of this, the contemporary landscapes are a mixture of dreams, intentions and chance.
Utopic Spaces is a way of materializing through jewellery the meeting of two worlds, two realities and two ways of dreaming, by Romanian artist, Noha Nicolescu, and Colombian artist, Titi Berrio.
Runde Ringe, Thalkirchner Straße 14
Thu-Fri 12:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-17:00
Growth and change as an endless process and the inexorable pull of time mirror our own fragility and fugacity. As a metaphor, Nicole Schuster’s work reflects on life, death, survival and power in different stages, illustrated on two opposites: rational construction and the natural world. Who survives? What will persist? Where is it going to?
The pieces describe various moments of the interaction between two elements that lie between integration, adaption and suppression. It is a journey from the beginning of a life to the triumph of the other: a give and take.
Ice cream crush ~ Bulgarian Jewellery Now
Del Fiore Gelato
Angelina Tsvetkova, Antoaneta Ramjouli, Emilia Emileva, Evgenia Tsankova, Katerina Serbezova, Silvia Chaneva, Velislava Bozhinova, Victor Pavlov, Zwetelina Alexieva, Yana Tankovska
Königinstraße 37, Kaulbachstraße / Ecke Veterinärstraße
This is the first group exhibition showcasing one of the most exciting Bulgarian jewellery designers working now. Boldly experimenting with materials and forms, they achieve exquisite details, marvellous stories and timeless joy through their pieces.
United by the space – a very special ice cream shop Del Fiore Gelato – their exhibition is an invitation for a pleasant surprise. It will be a jewellery crush from first sight.
Just Before Explosion
Nelly Van Oost, Rebecca Thumb von Neuberg
Opening Thu 13:00-19:00
Fri, Sat, Sun 11:00-19:00
There has never been as much tension as there is now. We all feel it, that sense of an impending turning point. The current atmosphere is fragile like a cocoon at the moment of hatching.
(Un)spoken threads, and (in)visible battles. Just before the explosion (or are we already living post?).
How to cope, what to expect, how to deal with it? Nobody seems to know. But we will use its outcome to work together – creating new structures, adjusting and transforming old information. It’s a visual experiment. Ripping-bending-merging-painting. We search for possibilities. We aim to find the right form. It’s an investigation, an interaction, a conversation, an evolution and a dialogue between Nelly Van Oost, contemporary jewellery artist and Rebecca Thumb von Neuberg, polyvalent artist.
Atelier Gallery – PunktPunktKommaKunst Sauermann / Zeise
Jordi Aparicio and Jorge Manilla
Opening Thu 13:00–18:00
This exhibition is a visual dialogue between the artists using the idea of dualities. We invite people not only to see our work but also to analyse, observe, feel, think and discuss without it being a didactic exhibition. We want to create an approximation to the textures, colours and emotions caused by the pieces. We are interested in how people connect visual aspects to personal feelings of memories. People usually think about things in black and white, but we want to know where the middle point is… this exhibition will show emotional and visual confrontations with multi-categorical pieces.
Dovilė Bernadisiute, Elwy Schutten
Opening Thu 15:00-19:00
Two bodies of work built-in into one space. Elwy is questioning one’s identity. While Dovilė is exploring links between a human body and a built space. You will look at jewellery that almost looks like archaeological findings of a human form and artefacts from the modern space we live in.
20 Joya Brava Members: Paulina Amenábar, Caco Honorato, Vania Ruiz, Pascale Durandin, Monoco, Noelle Labarthe, Valeria Martínez, Gabriela Harsanyi, Rita Soto, Soledad Avila, Ana Nadjar, Loreto Fernández, Paulina Latorre, Natalia Saldías, Liliana Ojeda, Massiel Mar, Mónica Díaz, Pía Walker, Vivana Arévalo, Cecilia Roccatagliata
Opening Thu 15:00-19:00
Fri, Sat 10:00-18:00, Sun 10:00-14:00
Common Stories (Relatos Habituales) presents 20 series of work narrating personal visions of identity, providing evidence to what become invisible due to its permanent presence, by 20 Chilean jewellers. Domestic aesthetics, home adornment, aging of materials, patching, precarious repairing, and all sorts of ingenious solutions that transform and keep useful those familiar objects surrounding us, were the starting point of our research. We believe repairing and protecting is a profound Latin American habit that shaped our aesthetical perception.
Students of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp Belgium
3stations, Atelier Afra Dopfer
Thu 15:00-19:00, Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-14:00
Ignasi Cavaller, Chien-Wei Chang, William Rudolph Faulkner
Thu 15:00-19:00, Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-16:00, Sun 10:00-14:00
3Gedanken brings together three individuals who seek to find form within retrospection. People look back upon previous experiences to generate a sense of self among others. Using this retrospection, we build a narrative within objects that allow the viewer to respond and react to our individual perspective. We have created a diary of work, composed of different forms and materials, generating curiosity within the viewer. Hopefully this curiosity will spark a dialogue to help the viewer understand more about our varying approaches of interpreting our own perspectives.
3stations, Studio Lofts
Dimitar Stankov, Jonathan Hens
Thu 15:00-19:00, Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-14:00
ALAFRANGA: Dimitar seeks a way to depict the sound images emerging in human mind after its interaction with certain sound or traditional Bulgarian folklore music combining craftsmanship and innovative technology. The music represents the traditional manners and it can be used to chase away evil spirits or to bring happiness and joy. This duality inspires him to materialize the sound that can be heard but cannot be felt by touch.
NIGHTLIGHT SKIN: Jonathan Hens’ work speaks of recent developments in today’s world, which has seen a fusion between the banal and the subcultures and becomes a place where men and women have merged into androgynous beings. His designs are the result of an intense search for an alternative identity. Rather than a classic example of beauty, the viewer gets to see Hens’ interpretation of it.
A BARBARIAN, A TITLE, & A MIRACLE
Verein für Originalradierung München e.V.
Attai Chen, Mielle Harvey, Barbara Schrobenhauser, Carina Shoshtary
Opening Thu 15:00-20:00
Fri11:00-18:00, Sat, Sun 11:00-17:00
This exhibition is designed like a collage, created from the collision of diverging and intersecting nuggets of meaning. A group show is always a kind of assemblage of different artistic positions, joined temporarily to create a new whole. To this end, we take on the exhibition like a game of scrabble, juxtaposing our individual bodies of work to expose new meanings. The show showcases our most recent jewellery pieces, as well as other bodies of artwork, inherent to each of our practices. The work is united through a shared sense of curiosity and experimentation, as we each approach the mysteries of nature and conduct our own version of alchemy.
One of us cannot be wrong
Babette Boucher, Eun Mi Chun, Dongchun Lee
Opening Thu 16:00-21:00
Sense Mesura, Quars d‘una
Sandra Llusà, Maria Diez, Clara Niubò, Carla Garcia
Tal 20, Eingang Radlsteg
Opening Thu 16:00
Mon-Fri 11:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-16:00
62 - 63
Thesaurus & Nordisches Gold, Korinthische Bronze
Galerie Biro & Galerie Biro zu Gast bei Galerie Jordanow
Thesaurus: 10.03.-29.04 / Nordisches Gold: 10.03-18.03
Tue-Fri 14:00-19:00, 10.03-12.03 11:00-19:00 / Tue-Fri 14:00-17:00, 10.03-12.03 10:00-19:00
Opening Thu 16:00-18:30
We are showing two exhibitions by Peter Bauhuis: In Galerie Biró you are invited to discover Peter Bauhuis’s newest jewellery pieces in his uniqueness. And next door we present the second part of the exhibition, Corinthian Bronze and Nordic Gold. These are two different alloys, one being used since antiquity, the other invented in the 20th century for our coins. Today Peter Bauhuis uses both of them to create magical vessels.
It Will All Come Out In The Wash
84 GHz with LOT62
Handshake meets Dialogue Collective
HANDSHAKE: Debbie Adamson, Becky Bliss, Renee Bevan, Nadene Carr, Sharon Fitness, Kelly McDonald, Neke Moa, Sarah Read, Sarah Walker Holt, Kathryn Yeats
Dialogue Collective: Petra Bishai, Isabelle Busnel, Ellie Corp, Velvet Hart, Emmeline Hastings, Victoria King, Timothy Information Limited, Maarit Liukkonen, Darja Nikitina, Natsuki Sawai, Maud Traon, Sorcha Wharf, Anet Wrobel
LOT62, Schleißheimer Straße 62
Opening Thu 17:00 – 20:00
Fri- Sun 12:00-19:00
HANDSHAKE and Dialogue Collective have been getting to know each other in unusual ways. Over the course of one year the groups have been setting each other a series of ‘mini challenges’ through direct exchanges of everyday information. The collaboration brings together two groups of jewellers from opposite ends of the globe.
Through exchanging images and thoughts recorded at set times of the day, the participants began to share their daily lives in different places.
From bucolic scenes of New Zealand to the cityscapes of London. Can modern communication overcome the distance and bring the groups together? Are online conversations as clear-cut as in real life (IRL) discussions?
This social collaboration becomes jewellery as the two groups display their work together under one roof. A communal washing line is strung up between the two sides. The work is hung out to air. Everything is on view. Finally face-to-face the neighbours come together. Can they iron out the differences? Whatever happens it will all come out in the wash.
Opening Thu 17:00
The exhibition ‘AIRY OBJECTS’ is showing two works of paula.paul, being connected to each other by their thematic point of view: SERAIL . . . LUFTSCHLÖSSER and FLUGOBJEKTE.
The visitor will enter into a world of poetry and daydreams – a world of objects which seem like echoes from our physical environments, apparently being not more than a breath. The most intriguing aspect of this exhibition is the absence of materiality, the lightness and transparency of these striking pieces of jewellery.
Alpen Adria Donau Schmuckstücke Gioielli aad 2017
Galerie Carl Weishaupt P13
From Germany:C.Arntz,A.Bahlmann, M. Becker, M. Beer, S. Elstner, B. Grassl, E. Jocher, S. Kaddick, Leinfelder, K. Lind, M. Mann, C. Mühlbauer, Nicolodi, H. Niggl,S. v.d. Recke, I. Rizkova, G. Schmelmer, J. Schölss, M. Seubert, G. Stach, C. Straube, S. Takeichi-Däntl, R. Wilhelm, U. Zierer
From Austria: P.Dvorak, Elisabeth Habig, A. Kafka, G. Machacek,A. Neuner, Seitner, F. Wagner for Italy: G. Bartellone, G.Cecchetto, G.Chiarcos, M. Frühauf, D. Gabrielli, K. Laimer, S. Lucchetta, M. Messavilla, B. Paganin, F. Pallaver, J. Pollo, P.Reveane, A. Semeraro, G. Sicuro, S. Valenti, J.G.Varga, M. Zanin, S. Zanin
Adria-Alps-Danube Schmuckstücke Gioielli Jewellery 2017
Fifty goldsmiths currently living and working in the European region between the Adriatic Sea and the River Danube will come together to exhibit their latest hand-crafted jewellery designs.The individual aesthetic of the designs combined with the artistic implementation of each goldsmith’s craftsmanship will initiate an intercultural dialog about contemporary jewellery design. Visitors are invited to join the extremely active and thrilling scene of these European goldsmiths, where ideas, feelings, dreams are realized into breath-taking and impressive jewellery.
„Time will tell…’
Neureutherstraße 26, RGB
Opening Thu 17:00-21:00
Fri, Sat 11:00:19:00, Sun 11:00-16:00
Naturalness and artificiality are forming an intense bond in Tamara Grüner’s latest works. The game with these opposites is the central theme of the exhibition. Organic shapes or naturally rolling movements made of bones or synthetic material are in a contrast with angular minerals or metals. The single elements are composed to an ensemble until the lines become indistinct. An intense artificiality is produced by rainbow-coloured surfaces, natural materials such as e.g. mother of pearl seem to be virtually unnatural.
Karin Johansson, Anna-Karin Haag, Charlotte Alfort, Anna Norrgrann
Nordendstr.7a Entrance Adalbertstraße
Opening Thu 17:00
Fri, Sat 11:00- 19:00, Sun 11:00- 14:00
schlegelschmuck is pleased to present graduated Students from the class of Karin Johansson, Academy of Design&Crafts Gothenburg, Sweden
LIGHT MATTERS A dialogue between jewellery and digital lighting
Daria Borovkova, Valentina Caprini, Lena Grabher, Daria Olejniczak, Lavinia Rossetti, María Ignacia Walker
Opening Fri 10.03
Six jewellery artists and Erco, together in a show reflecting on why LIGHT MATTERS. Unique jewellery pieces interact with innovative illumination in order to create a new subject full of possibilities for interpretations. The viewer is swirled into a game of light and shadow, material and ephemeral, handmade and digital. The silent dialogue between these two realities create an intricate scenery.
Thalkirchner Straße 81, corner to Oberländerstraße, Wholesale Market Munich, West Gate
Opening Thu 18:00
A series of six jewellery-sound pieces play a song for Das KloHäuschen. Australian jewellery and object maker Claire McArdle collaborated with Das KloHäuschen from afar. During the exhibition viewers who step up to the door will activate the installation. The room will be illuminated revealing the jewellery pieces and the song for Das KloHäuschen will begin to play. This collaboration exists through representations on the internet. The instruments create sound and can be worn on the body
gold on the tracks
Galerie Isabella Hund
Frauenplatz 13, Eingang Schäfflerstraße
Opening Thu 18:00
Opening hours during IHM: Sun 12.03 14:00-18:00, Mon 13.03 14:00-18:00
Gigi Mariani uses antique goldsmith techniques such as niello and granulation in order to give his work a distinctive character. The preciousness of the metal disappears, leaving a dark, rough surface. His almost black looking pieces achieve some kind of mystery.
Sara Gackowska and Federica Sala
Opening Thu 19:00
Two contemporary jewellery artists speak together through their pieces, making them clashing into one. Differences and distances are going to be deleted to show a game between uniqueness and replicas. Glass and stones are explored by two different voices to finally become one. The materials are shaped and changed to confuse you. Merging ideas, places, materials, concepts, minds, thoughts and jewellery. Together. A pure jewellery concert of two sides of what seems to be the same soul. But it’s not. The artists are working together for the first time presenting a selection of pieces from their latest collections together with specially made collaboration pieces as a result of a merging experiment.
Pioneers of Czech Modern Jewellery
Tschechisches Zentrum München
Václav Cigler, Svatopluk Kasalý, Jaroslav Kodejš and Josef Simon
Curated by Julie Bergmann and Jiří Šibor
Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-14:00, Sun 10:00-15:00
Opening Thu 18:00
11:00-18:00 Sun closed
Museum Villa Stuck
Die Zeichnungen der Schmuckkünstler
Opening Thu 19:00
FRIDAY 10 MARCH
The Friday Gallery
Carla Nuis, Chequita Nahar, Andrew Lamb, Jonathan Boyd, Hrafnhildur Halldórsdóttir, Therese Mørch-Jørgensen, Lone Løvschal and Helen Clara Hemsley
Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-14:00 with Champagne breakfast from 10:00-12:00, Sun 12.30-16.30
CONNECTED started as a casual conversation between two and then three people, and as time went on it developed into a concrete concept with a growing number of participants. Now we are eight and we are all connected somehow. We are all very different and work in diverse ways and are interested in a whole range of techniques, and we embrace an even greater array of materials. There is an intimacy and a dedication in the works, where precision and commitment to creating take a leading role. A whole new narrative appears as we tell stories as individuals within a group of makers, a true tribute to diversity.
Students of Ädellab
A mobile presentation around Munich featuring servings of Ädellab by its students.
In a Manner of Meaning Jewellery, objects and paintings
Flora Vagi, Anett Hámori
Amalienstraße 81a (backyard)
Tour de Munich
Die Schmuckklasse der Akademie München
Tour Meeting-Point: Entrance hall of the Academy
Tour start Fri 12:00
Perusastraße and Theatinerstraße
Performance 10.03 14:30-16:30
Found arises through the daily experience of moving between different streets, observing them and looking at forgotten objects, thus analysing the context in which we inhabit. The interest with this performance is to bring people together through soft movements and the symbolic combination of hands; it is pertinent to make a reflection from the union and not from the cultural-racial separation generated today.
Found is a piece built from the collection of 100 gloves found on the streets of several European cities: Amsterdam, London, Belgium, Düsseldorf and Berlin. The collection of these corporal extensions arises through the constant observation of the environment during the journeys made from one place to another.
Keep calm & play chess
Ondřej Stára, Klára Chrudinová, Veronika Muráriková, Mariana Berecová, Barbora Moravová, Šimon Saňák, Linda Vránová, Kateřina Michálková, Andrea Jarošová
Opening Friday 15:00
The game of chess is a remarkable phenomenon. Is it a sport or a game? Is it a brilliant intellectual process or a banal game with little figures? Chess is basically the human life compressed in time, a miniature scene and symbol of important decisions in life, strategies, wins and losses. On 64 spaces the chess players can play out a ravishing and thrilling game like in a dramatic novel or real stories of adventurers, romantics, dreamers, rulers, fighters, beggars and artists.
Beeren brocken – berrying
Studio Diana Dudek
Wörthstraße 23 / 1. St.
Artist group FIUYMI
Corner of Barerstraße and Gabelsbergerstraße
84GHz with Kunstgießerei München
Schleißheimer Straße 72
Opening Fri 18:00-22:00
Sat, Sun 11:00-19:00
Trying to find the answers about why I am often overcome with waves of different emotions, I decided to make work as a kind of personal emotional archive to read and understand this feeling in a different way. These moments are very unpredictable and often take me along very unexpected paths that can go from desperation to calmness, from nostalgia to happiness. More and more I have the feeling that I need to express something and use materials, shapes, textures, colours, emotions, and feelings as tools try to make individual small stories. Like so many things in life, it is more about the journey than the destination, and it seems that people can find and appreciate these struggles and emotions in the finished pieces… I want to ‘abrupt’ my emotions and let me go to a new dimension of feelings.
Max Pollinger - der Visionär
vertreten durch Marcus Pollinger
Opening Fri 18:30
Tue-Fri 11:00-19:00, Sat 11:00-15:00, 11.03 11:00-19:00
KONSTELLATIONEN – KONSTELACIE – CONSTELLATION
Die Nueue Sammlung – The Design Museum
Atelier S+M+L_XL Metalwork and Jewellery from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. Participating students: Andrea Ďurianová, Simona Gottierová, Barbora Hainzová, Barbora Jamrichová, Viktor Kováč, Vladimíra Labudová, Veronika Opavská, Soňa Šeboková, Katarína Defeo Fiúza Šipošová, Zuzana Šuleřová
Pinakothek der Moderne, Rotunda, Barerstraße 40
Opening Fri 19:00
With Atelier S+M+L_XL Metalwork and Jewellery, Die Neue Sammlung has invited the class from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in the Slovakian capital Bratislava to present their jewellery works at the Pinakothek der Moderne in 2017. That not being enough, the class is also celebrating its 25th anniversary next year. Founded in 1992 by renowned jewellery artist Anton Cepka, one of the fathers of studio jewellery in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, it has since 1995 been headed by jewellery artist and architect Karol Weisslechner.
TONE VIGELAND. JEWELLERY – OBJECT – SCULPTURE
Die Nueue Sammlung – The Design Museum
Pinakothek der Moderne, Rotunda, Barerstraße 40
Opening Fri 19:00
Scandinavian studio jewellery is quite inconceivable without Tone Vigeland and her oeuvre. Already in the early 1960s, her jewellery was featured regularly in what are today considered legendary exhibitions and publications. Now Die Neue Sammlung is devoting a solo show to the grande dame of Scandinavian studio jewellery, the first of its kind on the European continent outside Scandinavia – 50 years after her first solo presentation took place 1967 in Kunstnerneshus in Oslo. The exhibition has been produced in close collaboration with the artist. Featuring some 150 works it provides an overview of Tone Vigeland’s studio jewellery from the years 1958 to 1995, an overview accompanied by a selection of objects and sculptures from 1998 until today.
SATURDAY 11 MARCH
Favelas Cafe Winter jewellery
Goldsmith artwork inspired by Favelas architecture from Latin America in silver, bronze, silk and threads.
Window Display Favela Winter at KantineKiosk
Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Akademiestraße 2-4
Dialogue Collective, Scrotum Clamp
Live punk music and jewellery
Opens at 19:00, Performance starts at 20.00
Entrance fee 8 Euro
London based punk group Scrotum Clamp will be returning to Munich to gig during Schmuck this year. Scrotum Clamp combines theatricality, punk rock, banter and stylish outfits. Hovis (vocals) and Witchy P (bass) are both members of the jewellery group Dialogue Collective. Scratchy (violin) will be participating in Schmuck 2017. The gig will be a collaboration of music and jewellery. The show will culminate in a joint performance of Clamp and Collective. ‘The hottest show in town… I’ve never seen or heard anything like it.’ Sam Wall, jewellery critic.
SUNDAY 12 MARCH
Dr. Katja Schneider: Renate Heintze – Her path to studio jewellery
Pinakothek der Moderne
Barerstraße 40, Siemens-Auditorium
12.03 Lecture 11:00
Limited number of seats. Fee Entrance
Before German reunification, the world of jewellery was very much a part of life behind the Iron Curtain. With the presentation by art historian Dr. Katja Schneider on Renate Heintze – a goldsmith, one of the founding members of the studio jewellery movement in East Germany and a teacher at Burg Giebichenstein in Halle – Die Neue Sammlung provides a further crucial contribution to the history of the international jewellery design scene.
Renate Heintze, whose early death in the year 1991 prevented her work from becoming recognized beyond her home region. Her career shows that studio jewellery was by no means solely a west European phenomenon, but that its roots could be found on a separate path in the East of what was then a divided Germany, too. Renate Heintze founded this movement in then East Germany. The lecture illuminates her path to studio jewellery.
Wearable Art Street Flash
Constance Marie Pretorius, Nature Creatures
An interactive event that aims to engage the public in a fun and light-hearted manner with contemporary jewellery. We take wearable art out of the gallery and onto the streets with mobile exhibits. Everyone is encouraged to transform themselves into a mixture of natural landscape and urban space by donning costumes we provide. Once dressed up, there will be photo shooting opportunities and options. The CMP nature creatures assist, animate and entertain, trying to engage all age groups, colours and walks of life into a colourful juxtaposition of characters. The Street Flash promises to be a crazy, wild and fun event.
„tea time’ Auge & Hand
Event Sunday 15:00-18:30
Galerie Anna Pirk
Seestraße 24, Rottach-Egern am Tegernsee
Tue-Sat. 11:00-19:00, Sun 13-18:00, plus on appointment
A complete list of the events during Munich Jewellery Week 2017