27 October 2017, 22:45
Justyna Koeke is on German TV (27 October, 22:45) to talk in Kunscht! about 'Princesses and Saints'. A great opportunity to see the artist and her models from our colourful book in action!
Link to the show's website: Kunscht!
On view until end of October!
Representations of the sun, moon and stars found their way into art jewellery around the world. The Jewellery Museum Pforzheim presents for the first time a comprehensive review on the star motif in jewellery - from Ancient Egypt to the present day.
With his new, richly illustrated book, the long-standing head of the Jewellery Museum Pforzheim is taking us on an insightful and entertaining journey through the universe – on a microcosmic and on a macrocosmic scale.
Opening, Friday, November 11, 7 pm
Arnoldsche Art Publishers proudly presents its third weekend art gallery with art jewellery by Silvia Weidenbach and ceramic sculptures by Karl Fulle.
November 12 & 13, 2016, 10 am – 5 pm
Olgastraße 137, 70180 Stuttgart
Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste, Munich
We congratulate Mari Ishikawa and Margit Jäschke, winners of the Art Prize 2016 granted by the Bayerische Akademie der schönen Künste! We take particular pleasure in having had with Mari Ishikawa one of this year's laureates at view at arnoldsche weekend art gallery #2.
Discover more in Mari Ishikawa. where does the parallel world exist?.
Kunstgalerie Altes Rathaus, Schwarzenbach a.d. Saale (DE), through 6.11.2016
To mark Helga Zahn's 80th birthday the town of Schwarzenbach, in collaboration with Die Neue Sammlung - The Design Museum, Munich, is honouring this extraordinary and pioneering jewellery artist. The exhibition on the lifework of the artist, who died in 1985 at the age of just 49, features around 80 jewellery objects and a selection of her silkscreen prints. With around a hundred jewellery pieces, the accompanying catalogue invites you on a journey of rediscovery and reappraisal of this exceptional artist.
&: Hilbert & Künzli
Gewerbemuseum Winterthur (CH), until 6.11.2016
Swiss jewellers Therese Hilbert and Otto Künzli have been creating jewellery for over forty years, producing works of minimalist clarity and impressively precise craftsmanship, full of wit and sensual force – jewellery that adorns while simultaneously gaining independent aesthetic status. The two artists have lived and worked in Munich since the mid-1970s, sharing their private life and studio and conducting an intensive creative exchange. Despite this ongoing dialogue, they each pursue their own individual artistic paths. They have never developed joint projects and they generally exhibit their work in separate shows, often internationally.
Browse Otto Künzli. The Book to see more.
Die Neue Sammlung - The Design Museum,
Munich, through 20.11.2016
Muranese glass factories created extraordinary, unique pieces that combined the skills of master glass-makers with the designers’ artistic ideas. Such works from Murano continue to reflect a successful renewal in European glass design.
The exhibition focuses on some 200 objects and corresponding design drawings from the Holz Collection in Berlin, one of the world’s most important private collections of Murano glass.
Our publication Vetreria Aureliano Toso, Murano, 1938-1968 presents extraordinary designs and design drawings by the reknown glass designers Dino Martens, Enrico Potz and Gino Poli.
Jewellery and Drawings
CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL), through 8.1.2017
Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, 10.3.-7.5.2017
Private Confessions combine for the very first time drawings and art jewellery by over thirty artists in one exhibition. The multifarious relationships between drawing and jewellery constitute a largely unknown aspect of contemporary art jewellery. The juxtaposition opens up new perspectives.
On view at CODA Museum, Apeldoorn.
Portraits de cour, entre faste et élégance
Palais de Compiègne (FR), through 15.1.2017
Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-1873) was the most renowned portraitist of the courts of Europe during his day. A well-connected painter, he expertly captured the refinement and opulence of his aristocrtatic sitters.
The first comprehensive retrospective of Winterhalter for more than 20 years - including many well known portraits - is now on view at Palais de Compiègne (FR).
See more in our catalogue High Society. The Portraits of Franz Xaver Winterhalter.
at Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Inrō are sets of small cases nested within one another, and were predominantly used to carry official seals and medicine. They were attached to a sash by a toggle (netsuke). These cases first came into fashion in the 16th century and remained a striking accessory of Japanese men's fashion up until the end of the 1800s. A small-scale exhibition at Linden-Museum Stuttgart presents a selection of the Linden-Museum's extensive collection of inrō and pairs them with a large assortment of netsuke.
The accompanying catalogue raisonée of the collections presents all pieces, their motifs and decorations in stunning new photographs.