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Private Confessions

Jewellery and Drawings
CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL), through 8.1.2017

Museum Villa...

Silver Triennial International

18th worldwide competition
Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus Hanau (DE), through 12.1.2017

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arnoldsche mourns the loss of Dieter Zühlsdorff

2.5.1947-6.12.2016

Dieter Zühlsdorff has died at sixty-nine on 6 December 2016 after a brief severe illness.
In 1987 Dieter Zühlsdorff established Arnoldsche Art Publishers jointly with Gabriela Arnold and headed it for many successful years.
His unflagging passionate commitment to art and beautiful books have been decisive in shaping the consistently positive development of our publishing house through all the years of his association with it.
The Arnoldsche team are deeply saddened at this devastating loss. We look back in gratitude and will always honour his memory.

The funeral service will be held at Pragfriedhof Cemetery (upper chapel) on Monday, 12 December 2016.




Private Confessions

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.




Silver Triennial International

18th worldwide competition
Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus Hanau (DE), through 12.1.2017

The publication for the 18th Silver Triennial documents the results of the international competition for current trends in the silver scene announced by the Association for Goldsmiths' Art and the German Goldsmiths' House Hanau. A top-notch jury - Paul Derrez, Dr Wolfgang Schepers and Bruno Sievering-Tornow - selected the best of the best for 2016.









Winterhalter

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.






Inrō - Japanese Belt Ornaments

at Linden-Museum Stuttgart
until 29.1.2017

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.