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Shozo Michikawa – Forty Years, Forty Pots

Erskine, Hall & Coe, London (UK), 11.10.–02.11.2017

Doris Betz in New Jersey and New York

Gallery Loupe, Montclair, NJ (US), 16.9.–14.10.2017

Contemporary Jewellery in Context – a Handshake blueprint

The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt (NZ), 5.8.–3.12.2017


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Shozo Michikawa – Forty Years, Forty Pots

Erskine, Hall & Coe, London (UK), 11.10.–02.11.2017

An exhibition celebrating Shozo Michikawa's life as a potter, featuring forty ceramics by Michikawa and accompanying photographic work by Yoshinori Seguchi at Erskine, Hall & Coe – CERAMIC + MODERN ART in London.
Michikawa and Seguchi have occasionally collaborated together for over twenty years. Seguchi’s photography focuses on the natural world, which Michikawa explains is a main source of inspiration in his work.

Coinciding with Forty Years, Forty Pots, a new monograph, Shozo Michikawa: Ceramic Art has recently been published by us. This publication looks retrospectively at Michikawa’s career and achievements.




Doris Betz in New Jersey and New York

Gallery Loupe, Montclair, NJ (US), 16.9.–14.10.2017

Gallery Loupe is proud to present A Fine Line, comprising jewelry and drawings by German artist Doris Betz. In addition to new works, A Fine Line will include pieces from Doris Betz: Jewellery and Drawings, her recent solo exhibition at the Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein München.

The exhibition can be viewed at Gallery Loupe, 50 Church Street, Montclair, New Jersey from September 16 – October 14, 2017. An Artist’s reception will be held on Sat. Sept. 16, 6-8pm.
Join us for a talk by Doris Betz at Brooklyn Metal Works, Sunday Sept. 17, 3 pm. 640 Dean St., Brooklyn. For more info: 347-762-4757 or info@bkmetalworks.com

You may find our monograph Doris Betz: Jewellery and Drawing here.




Contemporary Jewellery in Context – a Handshake blueprint

The Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt (NZ), 5.8.–3.12.2017

To ‘reflect’ can mean both to mirror or to cast back and respond. In this exhibition, 12 jewellers who are a part of the Handshake project have been invited to draw connections between the term ‘reflect’ and the self-reflexive nature of contemporary jewellery, which both mimics and counteracts its traditional and commercial counterparts.


If you would like to get to know more about the unique mentoring programme that is Handshake, have a look at our catalogue.




Beate Kuhn-ceramics at Die Neue Sammlung

Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum, Munich, 14.7.–19.11.2017

Die Neue Sammlung – The Design Museum honours German master ceramicist Beate Kuhn (1927–2015) with a grand exhibition. The artist left her mark on the international ceramic scene and was one of the first who began to work in free scupture. The generous gift of architect Klaus Freiberger contains about 190 pieces which will be shown in the rotunda of the Pinakothek der Moderne.


After having Beate Kuhn as a guest of our very first weekend art gallery, Arnoldsche ist proud to publish an extensive catalogue on the occasion of the exhibition.




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Liv Blåvarp in Lillehammer

Lillehammer Art Museum (NO), 17.6.–29.10.2017

The Lillehammer Art Museum presents Liv Blåvarp's delicate jewellery in a superb solo exhibition. Her one-off pieces remind of organic growth, animals and plants, light and shade. They always remain flexible and above all: wearable.

The publication Liv Blåvarp – Structures in Wood shows a selection of 55 pieces, atmospheric details and provides an extensive overview of the Norwegian artist's oeuvre for the very first time.







Devotion – Buddhist picture scrolls

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.




Von Spitzweg zu Sisi

Stadtmuseum Ingolstadt (DE), until 26.11.2017

In the Biedermeier scenes and idylls of the early works by Carl Spitzweg (1808–1885), odd misfits, soldiers, monks and maids are all featured in the middle-class provincial milieu of the time. Informed by a free painting style, however, the landscapes of his late works anticipate Impressionism.

The Stadtmuseum Ingolstadt shows paintings and drawings by Carl Spitzweg as well as wonderful arts-and-crafts objects from the Historicist Collection Werner Friedrich Ott – also lavishly illustration in our publication.





Linda MacNeil @ MOG

Jewels of Glass, Museum of Glass, Tacoma (US), until 1.10.2017

Over the last forty years Linda MacNeil has created groundbreaking combinations of glass and metal ranging from studio glass to auteur jewellery. On view at the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington (US).











Auto Didactica. Wire Models from Burundi

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.