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Twogether - Georg Dobler & Margit Jäschke

12.4. to 4.5.2014

TWOGETHER - Georg Dobler and Margit Jäschke at Gallery Loupe!

The exhibition opens at Gallery Loupe on Saturday, 12 April. An artists' reception will be held the same day from 6 to 8 p.m. Georg Dobler will be speaking at the 92nd St. Y in New York City on Wednesday, 9 April at 7 p.m. More information at Gallery Loupe.



New releases in Spring/Summer 2014

December 2013

Discover our new books in Spring/Summer 2014!



Herbert Hofmann-Award 2014

March 15, 2014

We are pleased to announce that Iris Bodemer, an artist represented in our program, has won the prestigious HERBERT HOFMANN-AWARD 2014! The other award winners are Ikeyama Akihiro and Noon Passama. The award is given annually in memory of Dr. Herbert Hofmann, who created the special show "Schmuck" in 1959.

More about Iris Bodemer's jewelry creation can be learned in her recently published monograph REBUS.



You are here

Until May 2, 2014

YOU ARE HERE!
is the title of a photo art project that, for the first time, combines different kinds of landscape photography and a series of conceptual portraits.

'You are here' will be realized for international exhibitions and 3 illustrated books, that will be published by us with the following contents:
1. AIRshots – aerial images (containing text originating from the 'Icelandic Journal' 1871/73 by William Morris)
2. CARshots & FLOWshots – photographs taken out of the driving car a.o. (containing text originating from the 'Icelandic Journal' by 1871/73 William Morris)
3. Portraits – more than 100 Portraits in front of a neutral background

It is the first crowdfunding project we take part in - maybe you want to do that, too?



Iris Bodemer & Ute Eitzenhöfer

February 28 to May 4, 2014

Iris Bodemer & Ute Eitzenhöfer

The Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus Hanau (Germany) presents with Iris Bodemer (* 1970) and Ute Eitzenhöfer (* 1969) the work of two contemporary artists who have made a significant contribution to the avant-garde scene of the last 15 years with their exciting jewellery.

Exhibition Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus Hanau
Iris Bodemer Homepage

Iris Bodemer
Ute Eitzenhöfer



M.T. Wetzlar

until 17.8.2014

M.T. Wetzlar

In 1875 Moses Tobias Wetzlar moved to Munich and opened his own silverware shop. In Munich uppermiddleclass circles, a handcrafted silver tea and coffee service was de rigueur. That is the context in which the M.T. Wetzlar silver should be viewed. With this exhibition, this significant Jewish business in Munich receives the recognition it deserves. Alongside the family and company’s history, a large amount of silver objects as well as the Council Chamber cutlery produced in the M.T. Wetzlar workshop is presented.

M.T. Wetzlar

Münchner Stadtmuseum