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Aufbruch in die Nachkriegsmoderne: Die Druckgrafik

Vonderau Museum Fulda...

Franz X. Höller

Retrospective. Glass.

Handwerksmuseum Deggendorf (DE), 20.11.2018–10.3.2019
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Annelies Štrba: Ikonen

Selected works from the past 25 years

Fabian & Claude Walter Gallery, Zurich (CH),...


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Junger Kunstkreis Fulda

Aufbruch in die Nachkriegsmoderne: Die Druckgrafik

Vonderau Museum Fulda (DE),17.11.2018 bis 24.3.2019

The exhibition at the Vonderau Museum Fulda shows for the first time the prints that were produced to finance the JuKu Gallery. The works were created by the members, among them such renowned artists as Franz Erhard Walther, Karlfried Staubach, Verena Pfisterer, Rudolf Kubesch, Alexander Deisenroth, Oswald Pejas and others. In addition, the museum presents the exhibition catalogues, posters and postcards, which were also made with artistic printing techniques. Despite an existing standard volume on the JuKu, it is very difficult today to identify the prints as works of the graphic ring. On the initiative of Dr. Carlo Burschel, the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the Junge Kunstkreis Fulda has been taken as an opportunity to develop and launch a publication with a list of the prints, the signatures and the exhibition catalogues of the graphic ring. Franz Erhard Walther is responsible for the design of the book.



Franz X. Höller

Retrospective. Glass.

Handwerksmuseum Deggendorf (DE), 20.11.2018–10.3.2019
Opening event: 18.11.2018, 15 Uhr

The exhibition on Franz Xaver Höller gives an overview of the comprehensive work of the glass artist, who combines craftsmanship with artistic creativity in a unique way. With works from more than forty years as well as works never before shown Höller demonstrates the versatility and expressiveness of glass as a material. Art – Handicrafts – Applied Art? The Crafts Museum Deggendorf invites visitors to question and rethink these categories.

A comprehensive publication, on his work is available on our website.



Annelies Štrba: Ikonen

Selected works from the past 25 years

Fabian & Claude Walter Gallery, Zurich (CH), 17.11.2018—22.12.2018

ICONS is an overview of the diverse oeuvre of Annelies Štrba and an examination of the individual work cycles of the past 25 years. In this exhibition, Fabian & Claude Walter Gallery in Zurich presents a selection of photographs from the series Nyima, Aya and Tsukikawa as well as works on canvas that Štrba produced in collaboration with Adrian Schiess for the exhibition "Summerending" at the Museum Langmatt, Baden in 2011.

Additional program: Reading by Michail Schischkin, Meer als Joyce (published édition sacé, Zurich, 2018), Saturday, 1.12.2018, 2 p.m.

Annelies Štrba's most recent Madonna series will be published by end of this year in our programme. You may find further information on this title on our homepage.



Vessel/Sculpture 3

German and international ceramics since 1946

GRASSI Museum, Leipzig (DE), 10.11.2018 –13.10.2019

The artistic studio ceramics are among the most important and internationally prominent collection areas of the museum. Numerous groups of stocks, often based on donations, were presented in two large and widely acclaimed exhibitions already in 2008/09 and 2013/14. Many excellent new additions to these exhibitions followed in the stock. They are the basis of the continued exhibition VESSEL / SCULPTURE 3 and another comprehensive accompanying publication, that appeared just recently in our programme.
In ceramics, the artistic developments since the mid-twentieth century have been manifested in a variety and impressively. Forming power and glazing beauty are encountered. Time and again, the path from the vessel to the sculpture is chosen or the relationship between these two possibilities is explored.



Karte – Spur – Begegnung

The Tibetan Collection of Heinrich Harrer and Peter Aufschnaiter

Ethnological Museum of the University of Zurich (CH), 28.10.2018–8.9.2019

When Peter Aufschnaiter and Heinrich Harrer reached the Tibetan highlands on 17 May 1944, they were neither the first nor the only visitors to document their journey and stay. And yet the bequests of Aufschnaiter and Harrer have some special features. Both moved simultaneously, but independently and with their own agendas, interests and ideas. Based on the objects, the exhibition in the Ethnological Museum of the University of Zurich juxtaposes collecting and documenting, the collected and the documented. Special features of individual objects are highlighted, such as the connections between them and larger contexts in space and time: striking lighters as evidence of global interdependence, a textile slingshot as an expression of technical sophistication, a collection of coins as a mirror of cultural-historical contexts, ritual objects as a means of communication, as well as sketches, maps, notes and photographs as evidence of ethnographic documentation. As a kind of open platform, the exhibition invites visitors to meet, but also to reflect together on the role and 'value' of collections of ethnological museums and related tasks today.
This exhibition complements the yet opened exhibition Begegnung - Spur - Karte on the expedition collections of Heinrich Harrer, which can be seen in the Zurich Ethnological Museum until 16 June 2019.

Accompanying the two exhibitions, a detailed publication entitled Begegnung - Spur - Karte has now been published in our programme.



Lace and Status

The collection of historical lace in the Textilmuseum St. Gallen

26.10.2018–31.3.2019, Eröffnung: 25.10.2018

The exhibition at Textilmuseum St.Gallen is devoted to historical lace from the period 1500 to 1800. These exquisite textiles, for many centuries reserved purely for the top classes of society such as the aristocracy and the clergy, originally came into the ownership of the Textilmuseum as models for the booming East Swiss textile industry. Today the museum can boast a lace collection of international standing.
"Lace and Status" focuses on the fashion in lace as worn at the courts of Spain and France, which in their time called the tune in politics, culture and fashion in Europe. The show includes more than 160 historical textiles from different epochs and styles, which illustrate the development of lace from its beginnings in the sixteenth until the end of the eighteenth century and place them in the context of contemporary trends in fashion. Among the exhibits are the rarely shown seventeenth-century chasuble and a resplendent cover originally owned by the Spanish court.
The Textilmuseum St. Gallen owes its exquisite lace collection to the flourishing East Swiss textile industry, which in the late nineteenth century exported its embroidery across the world. The famous "St Gallen lace" was fashioned imitating types of historical lace that had been specifically collected by manufacturers in order to imitate them on the machine. These and other types of historical lace are now kept in the Textilmuseum St. Gallen, which with its inventory of more than 5000 lace items has at its disposal a collection of international standing.

The accompanying publication Historische Spitzen [Ancient Lace] appeared just recently in our programme.



Aslaug M. Juliussen

Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum, Tromsø (NO), 20.10.2018–31.03.2019

Exhibition opening: 20.10.2018, 2 p.m.

Aslaug M. Juliussen has cut, quartered, stitched and glued everyday materials for almost 40 years, seeking to understand the materials she’s working on. She continues to find new interpretations, perspectives and connections.
Juliussen’s art is beautiful and appealing – a cool and distanced beauty. But her works are also uncanny and unfamiliar. Is there beauty in assembled hoofs and antlers, bone and hide? Juliussen’s work points to the distance between modern human beings and nature, body and death. This exhibition at the Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum in Tromsø communicates the North as complex and transformative, shaped by humans and comprising of numerous layers of contrasts. In Juliussen’s art, we see innumerable intersections. They connect past, present and future. Human and nature. Modern and traditional. North and South. Us. Intersections is the most comprehensive presentation of Aslaug M. Juliussen’s oeuvre so far. Not fully a retrospective, but a diverse representation of her artistic work since the early nineties. Juliussen will also present a completely new installation for this exhibition; View II.

Opening speech by Mathias Danbolt, Associate Professor at Copenhagen University. Performance by violinist Halvard Bruvoll.

The opening also marks the first presentation of the book Intersections, an anthology edited by curator Charis Gullickson that offers different perspectives on Juliussen’s art.



Mia Maljojoki

Invited by JAMIE BENNETT: HAPPENS TO BE

further guests: Jacqueline Ryan, Graziano Visintin

Maurer Zilioli – Contemporary Arts, Munich (DE), 8.11.–1.12.2018

The American jewelry artist Jamie Bennet (born 1948, in Philadelphia, US) is at the center of this exhibition at Maurer Zilioli in Munich which focuses on innovative interpretations of select topics in contemporary jewelry. With this idea in mind, Bennett invited guests to demonstrate his connectedness with certain developments in Europe: Mia Maljojoki (born 1970, in Joensuu, FI), Jacqueline Ryan (born 1966, in Finchley, GB) and Graziano Visintin (born 1954 in Pauda, IT). What they all have in common is their unconventional and dynamic handling of methods and materials that are thoroughly rooted in tradition. Bennett shows himself as an internationally practicing master of enamel- as are Ryan and Visintin. Maljojoki takes utmost liberties in her sculptural experimentations, while habitually engaging in a gestural painterly mode that catapults – and this is the trajectory of her work – the object beyond the conventional understanding of what jewelry is. The author adheres to the expressive and performative positions within the contemporary spectrum. Bennett and Visintin, by contrast, pursue a graphic treatment of the surface. They celebrate delicate structures and stratifications that cover objects, connect and conceal them. Ryan – who, like Bennett, is inspired by the experience of nature – finds the repertoire of her formal discovery generally in these spheres of flora and fauna. The color metamorphoses of such impressions take on a leading role in her work.

Find out more about Mia Maljojokis's work in her lavishly illustrated publication that appeared jus a few month ago in our programme.



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Lukas Salzmann, Zurich

sam scherrer contemporary, Zurich (CH), 26.10.–10.11.2018

Opening event: Friday, 26.10.2018, 6–8 pm

Artist Talk: Sunday, 4.11.2018, 12 am

The Zurich Gallery sam scherrer contemporary presents the recent work of the swiss painter Lukas Salzman in the exhibition Traces of Existence.
The artist will also launch his monograph: In the Viewer's Eye – the Unknown that appeared just recently in our programme.




Book launch: Artisans of Israel

With author Lynn Holstein

Institut National des Metiers d'Art, Paris (F), 8.11.2018, 6–9 p.m.

Lynn Holstein will present her wonderful publication Artisans of Israel next Thursday at the Institut National des Métiers d'Art. The event is the prelude to an
exhibition entitled Bijou à deux voix, which is organized
by Un Bijou de Saison and brings together selected positions of Israeli and French jewellery artists.
Works created in the circles of the École Boulle, Bezalel Academy, Shenkar College, Institut de Bijouterie de Saumur will be on display.



Lukas Salzmann, Raperswil

in That One Moment

IG Halle at Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil (CH), 26.08.–4.11.2018

Book launch Lukas Salzmann: Thursday, 13.09.2018

This year's exhibition of the IG Halle is dedicated to the theme of death and transience. In dialectical terms, the exhibition is therefore dedicated to life and the question of how all the moments that are lived before the one moment occurs. The selection of works, mainly painting and photography, offer possibilities for discussion on different levels. Through their individual approach, the selected artists touch very different aspects of the theme: from the newly interpreted still life to the exploration of matter at the border of fullness and decay, to the depiction of ruins and skulls to visible and invisible phenomena of perception.
In addition to the artistic approach, several events enable a deeper discussion, e.g. about encounters with people who engage in unconventional activities or who are intensively occupied with death on a professional level.

Artists: Marc-Antoine Fehr, Jungjin Lee, Barbara Ellmerer, Peter Maurer, Lukas Salzmann, "Cosmicball" Thomas Schär, Peter Untermaierhofer, Christoph Eberle, Roswitha Louwes, Jan Czerwinski

You will find a richly coloured publication on the work of Lukas Salzmann in our programme.




Shozo Michikawa

40 Years of Ceramics

Japan Art Gallery, Frankfurt, 13.10.–10.11.2018

Lecture and demonstration by the artist: Museum for Applied Arts, Frankfurt, 12.10.2018, 17 Uhr

On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Shozo Michikawa as a ceramic artist the Frankfurt Japan Art Gallery is presenting his new works. Torsion and tension are characteristic of the vessels created by the exceptional Japanese ceramicist Shozo Michikawa, whose works are reminiscent of rock strata and lava flows. Michikawa is known for his unique technique, for turning edgy, dynamic sculptures on the potter’s wheel.
In the forefront of the exhibition Shozo Michikawa will hold a lecture (in English) and ceramic demonstration at the Museum for Applied Arts in Frankfurt. The introduction will be given by Dr. Nora von Achenbach in German language. The event will take place on Friday, October 12th, 2018 at 5 pm. Venue: Conference room on the basement floor of the Museum for Applied Arts, Schaumainkai 17, 60594 Frankfurt. The event is a cooperation between the Museum for Applied Arts Frankfurt and the Japan Art Gallery, Frankfurt. Registration by email: create.angewandte-kunst@stadt-frankfurt.de.

You will learn more about Shozo Michikawas work in the publication that appeared in our last years programme.



Frankfurt Book Fair

Arnoldsche Art Publishers at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Hall 4.1 / K 38, 10.–14.10.2018

This year, too, we will be presenting our books at the Frankfurt Book Fair. While on the trade visitor days we mainly meet the international representatives, we also invite you, the readers, to visit our booth at the weekend, to have a look at the new releases. You will find us in hall 4.1, booth K 38.

On occasion of the Frankfurt Book Fair we like to state that Arnoldsche Art Publishers support the "call to action" of Publishers against Racism / Verlage gegen Rechts (for the English version check: http://verlagegegenrechts.de/material).
Arnoldsche represent cultural and human plurality as well as a cosmopolitan Europe within their publishing programme. We are against exclusion of any kind based on origin, religion, gender or sexual identity. Standing together for diversity!



Wolfgang Gäfgen

Villa Merkel, Esslingen (D), 07.09.–21.10.2018

Zeichnungen, Holzdrucke, Lichtbilder

In a multi-faceted solo exhibition, the Esslinger Kunstverein presents the works of the artist Wolfgang Gäfgen. The now retired professor at the Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts spent the longest period of his life in Paris. His artistic career and reputation are essentially connected with France, where he still enjoys a high reputation today. At the Villa Merkle, the Kunstverein shows also Wolfgang Gäfgen's immense photographic work, which has its roots in French Surrealism in its structure and staging. Extensive publications have already appeared in the past few years on the woodcuts and drawings that will also be exhibited. Among them you will find the arnoldsche publication Drawings.Dessins with contributions by Nils Büttner and Clemens Ottnad.




Made in Denmark

Design since 1900

Grassimuseum for Applied Arts, Leipzig (DE), 02.06.—07.10.2018

Danish design is inextricably linked to the famous design icons of the twentieth century. Danish designers from Kaare Klint, to Arne Jacobsen and Verner Panton have shaped the product and housing culture of entire Generations - especially in the second half of the twentieth century. The fact that this era was preceded by equally important designers, artisans and internationally respected tendencies is rarely discussed. But it is precisely the Skønvirke, the name of the Danish expression of the Art Nouveau, which created the basis for modern Danish design. The outstanding representatives of this style, Thorvald Bindesbøll and Johan Rohde, are therefore given special attention. The view of the tendencies in Art Déco and Functionalism is also exciting. At the latest, however, after 1945, "Made in Denmark" has established itself as an international trademark.
Danish, and, in the broader sense, Scandinavian design has been exemplary since then and is still the epitome and expression of a timeless yet modern life style. The exhibition at the Grassimuseum Leipzig is based exclusively on its own stock and is supplemented by the jewelry collection Schwandt. This can be seen with jewelry of renowned jewelry designers who complete the picture and still throw their own spotlight on the Danish jewelry development of the 20th century.

Accompanying the exhibition a comprehensive publication appeared in our programme.

Part of the exhibition is the New Schwandt Collection, comprising 170 objects of 20th century Danish silver jewellery. The lavishly designed book Simply Danish appears in our programme. It is written by Jörg Schwandt, one of the leading experts in this field.




Gerhard Munthe

National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo (NO), 8.6.2018–2.9.2018

Although Gerhard Munthe (1849–1929) is probably best known as a painter, his most original, important contributions were in the areas of design and interior decoration.
In 1891 Gerhard Munthe said that Norway’s national industry did not incorporate any uniquely Norwegian pattern, but had borrowed everything from somewhere else. This “drew my attention to industry”, Munthe said, and he went on to create over eighty different designs for wallpaper, textiles, porcelain and graphic art. He later expanded his repertoire to encompass furniture, silver, book bindings, illustrations, typefaces and bookplates.

The exhibition is the largest presentation of Munthe's design and craft since 1917, with 250 works showcasing his comprehensive efforts as an artist for the industry.

Co-curator Jan Kokkin published a comprehensive, lavishly designed monograph on Gerhard Munthe in our programme.




NEW RELEASES in Autumn/Winter 2018

The new autumn programme is out now!

Our new publication Handmade in Germany presents exceptional manufacturers, craftspeople and designers who combine high-quality handicraft with sustainable production methods. In keeping with the social trend of rejecting mass production under poor conditions in far-off parts of the world, it thus brings about a rethink in consumer behaviour. Alongside sociopolitical visions, such an approach calls for much artistic creativity, artisanal expertise and experience in dealing with the respective materials.
The common theme running through this year’s autumn programme is individual mastery, over the centuries and across the continents: from the object and jewellery design of today, via sculpture and miniatures in ivory and porcelain, historical lace and artefacts from outside of Europe, to contemporary graphics, photography and installation art.
With our autumn programme we very much wish to contribute to the strengthening of authenticity in art and design, to cultural diversity and to a self-understanding that art, crafts and design are key factors in shaping our social reality.
We hope you enjoy reading our new preview. You can find information about the individual publications and other, significant new releases here.



300 Years of the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory

Exhibition

MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Vienna (AT), 16.05.–23.09.2018

With its wide-ranging jubilee exhibition 300 YEARS OF THE VIENNA PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, the MAK is drawing attention to the history and significance of the second-oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe. Founded in May 1718 when the imperial privilege for porcelain production was granted to Claudius Innocentius Du Paquier, the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory set new aesthetic standards over the following decades. Some 1,000 objects from the holdings of the MAK as well as national and international collections offer a formidable overview of Viennese developments in the context of Asian precursors and European competitors.

The MAK has housed the legacy of the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory—under imperial ownership from 1744 and closed in 1864—and has been dedicated to researching porcelain since its founding years. With examples from all eras of production, the legacy provides an overview of some 150 years of porcelain production in Vienna. Viennese porcelain production covered a wide spectrum of ceramics: from dinnerware sets and vases to clocks, from high-quality porcelain sculptures to scenic and floral miniatures, from porcelain paintings with cobalt blue and gold decorations in relief to large-format porcelain pictures with floral still lifes.

The exhibition 300 YEARS OF THE VIENNA PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY presents the latest research findings with as yet unpublished documents on major works by the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory, such as the porcelain room from the Palais Dubsky in Brno (ca. 1740) and the centerpiece from Zwettl Abbey (Vienna, 1767/68). Both the “Dubsky Room”, one of the first rooms to be decorated with European porcelain, and the centrepiece from Zwettl Abbey are on permanent display in the MAK Permanent Collection Baroque Rococo Classicism, designed by Donald Judd.

The exhibition is accompanied by the publication 300 Years of the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory, edited by Christoph Thun-Hohenstein and Rainald Franz, with texts by Rainald Franz, Andreas Gamerith, Michael Macek, Errol Manners, Waltraud Neuwirth, Kathrin Pokorny-Nagel, A. Philipp Revertera, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Ulrike Scholda, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Leonhard Weidinger and Johannes Wieninger.




Documentary about Marjorie Schick (1941–2017)

The American artist Marjorie Schick (1941–2017) was one of the pioneers of avant-garde auteur jewellery. She regarded the body as a "living sculpture" and constructed sensational and large jewellery sculptures from various materials. In addition, her jewellery refers to 20th century abstract art, especially Constructivism and Pop Art.

A wonderful new film by Bill Youmans about Marjorie Schick with numerous of her interviews and sensitive statements from companions can be found here:

Information on our comprehensive monograph from 2007 on this extraordinary jewellery artist with brilliant, large-scale illustrations of selected objects, contributions by jewellery experts with a fully illustrated catalogue of works can be found here.



Impulses

30 Years Gold and Silversmiths' Craft Trust in Schwäbisch Gmünd

Schwäbisch Gmünd (DE), 15.04–28.10.2018

Impulse is the name of the exhibition with which the Gold and Silversmiths' Craft Trust Schwäbisch Gmünd celebrates its 30th anniversary from April 15 to October 28 in the Silverware Museum Ott-Pauser. In the thirty years since its foundation, the Trust has initiated numerous projects to promote the art of gold and silversmithing. In addition to exhibitions, competitions and acquisitions, this also included the establishment of a city goldsmith. Since 1989, a total of 15 renowned city goldsmiths have made guest appearances in Schwäbisch Gmünd on the occasion of this award. Together with works by this year's 16th city goldsmith, the exhibition brings together 70 pieces. The spectrum includes jewellery as well as hollowware and ranges from the traditional enamelled brooch to unconventional necklaces made of the most diverse materials. From classic candlesticks, coffee and mocha services to vessels that plumb the boundaries of metal casting. Although individual and designed in their time, the term Zeitgeist is lost in the works: in addition to quality and creativity, they bear witness to timeless beauty. The exhibits come from artists, private and museum collections, including in particular pieces acquired by the Trust for the collections of the Gmünd Museum. In addition, works from workshops, posters, books and other documents convey the intensity of the foundation's activities over the past three decades.

You will find all information on the accompanying catalogue on our website.




Ebbe Weiss-Weingart

Deutsches Goldschmiedehaus, Hanau (D), 25.2.–3.6.2018

Ebbe Weiss-Weingart (b. 1923 in Nuremberg), from Salem at Lake Constance, the international pioneer in art jewellery, is now on show at Deutsche Goldschmiedehaus Hanau, near Frankfurt/Main. Experiments with structured surfaces in gold and base materials, as well as work on jade and precious pearls, make up the focus of her creations.

Ebbe Weiss-Weingart is one of the pioneers of international studio jewellery. For over seventy years she has enriched the contemporary jewellery scene with her diverse works. Her inception in the 1950s and 1960s with structured surfaces and galvanised sculptured pieces will never be forgotten. Alongside figurative motifs – here, in particular, portrayals of humans and animals – she also created pieces with an ironic and quirky touch. In her last phase of creativity, which began in the 1990s, she had a penchant for working with jewellery made from Chinese jade reliefs. Around 200 illustrations of jewellery objects and previously unpublished photographic material document the award-winning work of Ebbe Weiss-Weingart and expand on her hitherto unknown accomplishments.

Accompanying this exhibition you will find a comprehensive catalog on Ebbe Weiss-Weingart’s work in our programme: EBBE WEISS-WEINGART. 70 Jahre Schmuck.




Book presentation: The Unknown Wiener Werkstätte

Emroidery and Lace 1906 to 1930

MAK FORUM, Tue, 23.01.2018, 6.00 pm

The Wiener Werkstätte Archive in the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art in Vienna contains a multitude of previously unpublished documents of great artistic sophistication on the design and production of lace and embroidery between 1906 and 1930. Together with objects preserved in the museum, sketches and designs by such important artists as Josef Hoffmann and Dagobert Peche or Maria Likarz-Strauss, and Mathilde Flögl as well as blueprints, bobbin lace patterns, sample portfolios, and historical photographs convey an authentic picture of this little-known department of the Wiener Werkstätte.

On the Publication: Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, (General Director, MAK), Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Curator, MAK Metal Collection and Wiener Werkstätte Archive), Dirk Allgaier (Publisher) and Angela Völker (Art Historian, 1977–2009 Curator, MAK Textiles and Carpets Collection)

More information on the publication is available on our webiste.