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The Next Generation

Dirk Allgaier takes over the Stuttgart art book publishers and kicks off in new premises,...


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The Next Generation

Dirk Allgaier takes over the Stuttgart art book publishers and kicks off in new premises, April 2015

Dirk Allgaier. (c) Miriam Künzli for Art Aurea

For ten years Dirk Allgaier has co-managed the internationally operational publishing house based in Stuttgart. On 1 April 2015 the publisher took over the ownership of Arnoldsche Art Publishers. The founder of the business, Dieter Zühlsdorff, is retiring from the firm. Read more



EXHIBITIONS

Bernhard Schobinger @ sm's

Stedelijk Museum 's-Hertogenbosch, 30.5.-30.8.2015

The Stedelijk Museum 's-Hertogenbosch presents Bernhard Schobinger: The Rings of Saturn. This first retrospective of the Swiss artist Bernhard Schobinger will show about a hundred items of jewellery that provide a picture of his disturbing method. Like a modern alchemist, Schobinger collects all kinds of materials and then transforms then into pieces of jewellery that contain references to present and past, value and recycling, beauty and decay.

Further information is available at Klimt02.

The Rings of Saturn & Jewels Now!



Between Nature and Artifice

Daniel Kruger at the Goldschmiedehaus Hanau (DE), until 27.9.2015

Daniel Kruger is a prominent protagonist of contemporary jewellery. The exhibition will provide an overview of almost forty years of creativity, nurtured by an inexhaustible curiosity about unconventional techniques and materials for creating jewellery - on view at the Goldschmiedehaus Hanau (DE) and in his monograph Between Nature and Artifice.






Horst Kerstan Retrospective

Augustinermuseum, Städtische Museen Freiburg (DE), until 4.10.2015

Horst Kerstan from Kandern was an outstanding ceramist. He exerted a decisive influence on the image of German ceramics after 1945 and received several national and international awards. His interest focussed on the vessel and its language of forms.
Looking at China and Japan, Kerstan set himself the highest technical and artistic standards. For him China's glazed ceramics were the measure of all things - until he came to Japan in 1970 and discovered the highly regarded wood-fired ceramics. These two contrasting styles and the East Asian philosophies connected to them shaped his life and his creative work.

An impressive selection of vessels and sculpture by Horst Kerstan, pieces from his own art collection together with prints and paintings by Julius Bissier, Klaus Merkel, Jürgen Partenheimer et al. are on view until October 2015 at the Augustinermuseum in Freiburg (DE).

See also the accompanying publication Horst Kerstan. Keramik der Moderne.