CODA Museum, Apeldoorn (NL), 12.11.2017–28.1.2018
CODA Museum presents a retrospective of the works of visual artist and jewellery designer Ruudt Peters in the exhibition BRON (Source). BRON gives an overview of Peters’ rebellious jewellery from the early seventies to the more profound works based on the exploration of other cultures, customs and habits from a more recent period. His work is exhibited in a special multimedia installation that offers a unique view on his oeuvre.
The exhibition catalogue is available on our webiste.
Kreismuseum Zons, 29.10.2017–21.01.2017
The next stop of the 18th Silver Triennial International exhibition is at the Kreismuseum Zons (DE).
The Silver Triennial is one of the most important competitions in silversmithing and metalworking. Every three years the Goldschmiedehaus Hanau calls for entries, considering professionals and newcomers.
In 2016, 138 artists from 24 countries participated in the competition. The works mirror the latest trends in the silver scene, comprising of cans, beakers, bowls, cutlery and objects.
You may find our publication here.
Ethnographic Museum at the University of Zurich (CH), 17.3.2017–18.2.2018
Auto Didactica. Wire Models from Burundi shows the exceptional craftsmanship of young African model makers and proofs that the reproductions of cars, planes and motorcycles are much more than toys or "recycled art". A colourful and exciting publication and exhibition.
On view at Ethnographic Museum at the University of Zurch.
Ethnographic Museum at the University of Zurich (CH) 20.6.2017–15.4.2018
The Ethnographic Museum at the University of Zurich hosts a very special exhibition until April 2018: a 50 meters long picture scroll from Thailand, depicting the buddhist Vessantara-epic, is hung all over the museum's wall.
The exhibition and our publication, in which five other scrolls are shown in full length, deal with the multimedia reception of the annual bun Phr Wet festival in Northeast Thailand.