The Munich Jewelry Week 2019 is about to start with more than one hundred exhibitions and parallel events (lectures, fair, etc…) all across the city. For me, and I suppose for some of you too, it will not be easy to make the right choice, especially if we have a short stay in the Bavarian capital. Official program in hands, not obvious to guess the best exhibitions to see. Here below our selection, a must be seen, from confirmed artists to brand new talents. Enjoy !
WEDNESDAY MARCH 13TH
Information Point, LOVAAS, Fürstenstraße 6. Wed-Sat 10:00-18:00. Special events: Wed 16:00-18:30 ‘Magical Recall’ ritual. Thu 12:00-14:00 ‘A Many Faced Death— the Death of the Self’ reading group. 14:00-16:00 ‘Touch!’. Fri 12:00-14:00 ’26 Ottos’ discussion. 14:00-16:00 ‘Accessibility in Contemporary Jewelry Academia’ round table. Sat ongoing from 10:00 scones and ‘JAM Breakfast’, with ‘just lay down and watch’ video screenings throughout the day. >>75
RCA’s hub breaks free from the constraints of white-walled gallery traditions, rejecting the formal exhibition tropes and tired questions that inevitable come with every MJW. Aren’t you sick of that stuff by now? Taking a wholistic look and tackling varied facets of the field and beyond, we will be facilitating participatory programming with themes that run the gamut from accessibility of academia, to tactility and touch in the context of a gallery space, to pagan rituals, and a reading group on being and selfhood. There will also be a breakfast, a sale, and a film screening that doubles as nap time and MJW respite. Isn’t it time for a change? Ashley Wahba, Chloe Valorso, Grace Windey, HaoRui Wang, Haoyang Sun, Hongdu He, Joy Bonfield-Colombara, Micaela Mornaghi, Ming Zhao, Mingze Zhang, Noura Alserkal, Puyu Liang, Rui Liu, Shiqi Li, Ting Deng, Tsz Ying Wong, Wen Xin, Ximan Yuan, Yilin Gao, Yilin Wang, Yiqi Wu, Yiwen Peng, Yujia Gao, Yunqi Zhang, Yutian Zhang.
15H00 Influences, Claudia Steiner, Corrado De Meo, Elin Flognman, Gabi Veit, Gigi Mariani, Judy McCaig, Lluís Comín, Maria Rosa Franzin, Nicola Heidemann, Patrizia Bonati, Stefano Rossi, Yoko Takirai/Pietro Pellitteri. Innenhof/backyard, Zieblandstraße 19. Opening: Wed 13.03. 15:00. Regular hours: Wed 15:00-19:00, Thu-Sat 11:00-18:00, Special on Saturday: meet the artists & breakfast at 11:00. >>27
The group of 12 authors has chosen, once again, to follow the path of “infuences”. The theme last year was working on how the environment affects one´s work, this year develops towards the more emotional sphere of the individual. Exploring passion in uences our imagination. Each author searches for his way to convey the idea of passion through his work. Choice of subject matter, materials, colors and of forms connects the expression and personal character of each artist. Traditions, innovations, cultures and origins all impact the creation of works.
15H00-18H00 Popeye loves Olive Art Space. Atelier Cepissakova, Ligsalzstraße 29. Opening: Wed 13.03. 15:00-18:00. Regular hours:
Wed-Fri 10:00–18:00, Sat 10:00–14:00 >> 91
Popeye Loves Olive Art Space will present selected pieces of the new work of 15 artists coming from both the vibrant scene of Athens and the contemporary jewelry field. A continuum of actions. A fusion of materials, techniques and aesthetics that creates a unique scenery of dreams and nightmares. Anna Vlahos, Anastasia Kandaraki, Angelos Konstantakatos, Artemis Valsamaki, Constantinos Papadoukas, Elli Xippa, Erato Kouloubi, George Giannoutsos, Ioli Livada, Jee Hye Kwon, Lilly Kanellopoulou, Marina Zachou, Raluca Buzura, Vasia Pachi & Xenia Deimezi.
16H00-20H00 how about making dashi? Seidlvilla, Nikolaiplatz 1B. Opening: Wed 13.03 16:00-20:00. Regular hours : Thu 10:00-20:00 Sunhi Jaeger, Fri-Sat 11:00-18:00 Yonghak Jo Sun Maria Kiialainen, Eva Ulm, Yumiko Matsunaga, Makiko Mitsunari. >>21
18H00 Alien? Sebastién Carré, Nicole Schuster. Werkstatt Galerie, Zentnerstraße 3a. Opening: Wed 13.03 18:00 Regular hours: Wed-Fri 13:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-12:00 >>84
A survey on our mixed society, politics and the dramatic economical and ecological changes, and the way we might get disattached from identity and nature. From things that really matter.
18H00 Heart Failure, Alliages. Werkstatt Galerie, Zentnerstraße 3a. Opening: Wed 13.03 18:00 Regular hours: Wed-Fri 13:00-19:00, Sat 10:00-12:00 >>84
Is this the end ? Or just a new start ? 57 artists talk about the senses of life : Ana Carolina Escobar, Ana Garcia Moya, Anne Léger, Beiya Yang, Caterina Zanca, Christian Quiceno, Corrado de Meo, Dania Chelminsky, Deimezi Xenia, Dimitar Stankov, Donna Mason Sweigart, Dóra Dés, Egle Sitkauskaite, Elvira Cibotti, Eugenia Balabani, Eva Tesarik, Fabiana Gadano, Gigi Mariani, Hebe Argentieri, Heng Lee, Hillarey Dees, Hongzhe Ma, Iolo Livada, Iona Nieva, Iris Merkle, Isabelle Busnel, Izabella Petrut, Jil Köhn, Joshua Kosker, Juan Riusech, Juanjo Garcia Matin, Katja Turpeinen, Larah Nott, Lena Lindahl, Lluis Comin, Lucia Feugas, Mar Sanchez, Margarita Alonso, Maud Traon, Michelle Kraemer, Natasa Grandovec, Nico Delaide, Nicole Polentas, Nicole Schuster, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Peter Hoogeboom, Qiwei Liu, Ruozhu Tang, Rosa Borredá, Sébastien Carré, Sílvia Serra Albaladejo, Teresa Faris, Victoria Ioannidou, Viktoria Münzker, Vittoria Ramona Pallechi, Yiota Vogli, Yiqi Wu & Yu Hiraishi.
THURSDAY MARCH 14TH
24H view Pentaculum, Dienerstraße 5. This showing will be viewable for 24 hour hours only in the windows of Dienerstraße 5. >>46
Pentaculum is a week long invitational artist residency at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg TN USA. Through dialogues and collaborations with peers, participants engage in a community of makers who benefit from each individual’s artistic and personal growth. This show is a result of the 2018’s participants week long explorations. Bryan Parnham, Georgina Trevino, Janna Gregonis, Jina Seo, Jolynn Santiago, Joshua Kosker, Kerianne Kwik, Lauren Markley, Lexi Lee, Maia Leppo, Marilyn Brogan, Sarah Rachel Brown, Phil Ambrose.
16H00 #90 SIX, Nevin Arig, Kaori Juzu, Dabin Lee, Selen Ozus, Dimitar Stankov, Snem Yildirim. Atelier Lothar Götter – backyard, Westendstraße 76A. Opening: Thu 14.03. 16:00. Regular hours: Thu 16:00-20:00, Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-14:00. >>90
17H00-20H00 Hatara Project `Time Perceptions 5`, Christine Jalio, Annea Lounatvuori, Helmi Lindblom, Melina Lindroos, Wiebke Pandikow, Ginta Grube, Jelizaveta Suska, Malene Kastalje. Autohaus Schwanthalerhöhe, Ligsalzstraße 17. Opening: Thu 14.03 17:00-20:00, Regular hours: Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 10:00-18:00. >>99
It was 5 years ago that Annea Lounatvuori and Christine Jalio first appeared at Munich Jewellery Week with Hatara, which makes this year a special anniversary for us. Hatara has certainly grown over this time, from originally 2 to the 8 artists that make up Hatara today. We are: Christine Jalio, Annea Lounatvuori, Helmi Lindblom, Melina Lindroos, Wiebke Pandikow, Ginta Grube, Jelizaveta Suska and Malene Kastalje. This special anniversary called for a special project. How to connect 8 people with so many different styles? How to show change over time, time perception, which has been our ongoing theme from the start? We decided to do a little experiment which we call `the travelling jewellery piece`. All of us -smaller and bigger groups, have worked together on several jewellery pieces. In this experiment: One of us would start a piece, then send it off to the next artist, who would add to it and edit it, and then send it off again, to be added to and edited on further. It was a refreshing experience, but it wasn’t easy and working with these pieces has forced everyone to look at our creative process in a new light. We won’t promise that all of these pieces are good or even make sense, but we can assure you, they are interesting in their craziness. Come have a look at our hybrids, our chimeras, our beloved mutts! Aside from the joined pieces every artist will also present their current work alongside the travelling pieces. www.hataraproject.com
17H00-21H00 Le bijou still a risky business. Institut Français 1st floor, Kaulbachstraße 13. Opening: Thu 14.03. 17:00-21:00. Regular hours: Wed 14:00-19:00, Thu 11:00-21:00Fri-Sun 11:00–19:00. >>34
Le bijou still a risky business (Jewellery – still a risky business) is a contemporary jewellery exhibition brought together by a team of students from ENSA Limoges (National School of Art). The event will take place in the Institut Français of München, from March 13th to 17th, 2019, on the occasion of the ” Schmuck, Munich jewellery week “. Le bijou still a risky business refers to Paul Derrez’ exhibition named ” Risky Business ” which he presented in his own gallery – Gallery Ra – in 1996. Indeed, Paul Derrez show his own pieces, taking on – artistically speaking – his homosexuality. Twenty-three years later, the taboo of sex is no more convened, but both the sensitive matter of the price of a piece of art – through the exhibition En quête du juste prix (Looking for the right price) – and the way jewellery is thought in Art Schools – with the POPshow exhibition -, which are both reunited under the name of: Le bijou still a risky business. Alice Khau, Anaïs Arrayet, Anne Léger, Carla Garcia Durlan, Cécile Flory, Cécile Maes, David Bielander, Elvire Blanc Briand, Esther Knobel, Gésine Hackenberg, Helen Britton, Helena Lehtinen, Jasmin Matzakow, Jean Savard, Karin Seufert, Laurie Noyelle, Manon Écotière, Manon Papin, Marianne Anselin, Marie Masson, Marie-Caroline Locquet, Marine Chevanse, Marine Dominiczak, Miranda Hoegberg, Monika Brugger, Nadja Milivinti-Gaujoux, Pauline Pinoteau, Peter Hoogeboom, Philip Sajet, Romain Jamet, Roxane Boisserie, Shuling Liu, Terhi Tolvanen, Tore Svensson, Ute Eitzenhöfer, Xiao Chen, Yao Tan, Yiumsiri Vantanapindu.
FRIDAY MARCH 15TH
18H00-21H00 M.E.G.A. Make Earth Great Again, Dialogue collective. 84GHz mit Kunstgießerei, Schleißheimer Str. 72. Opening: Fri 15.03 18:00-21:00. Regular hours: Sat-Sun 11:00-19:00. >>71
Millions of years old, this Earth has uncompromisingly provided us with a resourceful and beautiful home. In a time of political unrest and social division the welfare of the planet does not often take the precedence it should, and its degradation is reaching a critical turning point. We must all strive to Make Earth Great Again. Petra Bishai, Isabelle Busnel, Jo Garner, Spam Glam, Velvet Hart, Emily Kidson, Victoria King, Timothy Information Limited, Maarit Liukkonen, Jo McAllister, Annelise Pfeiffer, Maud Traon, Sorcha Wharf, Anet Wrobel.
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