Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL was created in 1996 by the young jewelry makers Eva Tesarik, Caroline Ertl, Heike Wanner, Birgit Wie. and Max Grün. They settled in the Stoss im Himmel 3/3a in the 1st  district of Vienna, location which became the name of the group.

Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL had, over the years, various artists as part of the group, receiving in this way a constant fresh creative input. At the moment there are 8 artists who form this jewelry collective: Dora Des, Caroline Ertl, Lena Grabher, Michelle Kraemer, Izabella Petrut, Astrid Siber, Eva Tesarik and Heike Wanner. Each of them has an authentic approach to jewelry. This makes Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL a very colourful, dynamic and rich place.

The space consists of a large workshop and two exhibition rooms. The workshop is where all of the jewelry is being made, so there are always pieces in the making laying on the benches, hammering noise, someone soldering – basically a place of magic. The two exhibition rooms have on display 8 different jewelry worlds. The installation is renewed a couple of times a year, to mirror the concept of the ongoing exhibition.

This year, part of the Vienna Jewelry Days happening on the 6th to the 11th of November, Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL will open the new exhibition ‘Schmuck Partout’ and will show as a guest artist Giulia Savino. The concept of the exhibition is a word play on what ‘Schmuck Partout’ means in
the German language, depending on the region. It is also a celebration of the many types of jewelry there are in the world and in Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL.

During the Vienna Jewelry Week, Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL will have a variety of activities:

Jewelry Night on the 7th of November – exhibition opening of Schmuck Partout

Workshop, the 9th of November, 16-20 o’clock: Cuttlefish casting workshop with EvaTesarik and Heike Wanner.

Breakfast, 10th of November, 11-14 o’clock: Motto: Breakfast above all.

Workshop, the 10th of November, 14-18 o’clock: Bracelets and Patterns with Izabella Petrut.

Workshop, 11th of November, 11-17 o’clock: Links and Intersections: Make your ownchain with Giulia Savino.

Location: Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL (18 in the map), Stoss im Himmel 3/3a – Exhibition ‘Schmuck Partout’ is on display from the 7th of November until the 6th of December 2018 – Website: www.stossimhimmel.net – Instagram & Facebook: @atelier.stossimhimmel

More Events in the Vienna Jewelry Week (You can download all locations as a map in pdf-format.):

Tuesday, 6.11.2018, 7:30–10 p.m., KICK-OFF EVENT WIENER  SCHMUCKTAGE 2018
Open Call – Necklace,  Announcement of the winner of the Fab Atelier Jewellery Award
Location: MAK–Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst /Gegenwartskunst, Meeting Point: MAK Columned Main Hall, Free admission
with invitation only.

Wednesday, 7.11.2018, 2-10 p.m., JEWELRY.NIGHT

Not to miss:

18 Atelier STOSSIMHIMMEL, Exhibition ‘Schmuck Partout’, presenting the works of artists Dora Des, Caroline
Ertl, Lena Grabher, Michelle Kraemer, Izabella Petrut, Astrid Siber, Eva Tesarik and Heike Wanner, with Giulia Savino as guest.
Location: Stoss im Himmel 3/3a 1010 Vienna

Group exhibition: « Vie personali” , Location : 12 ITALIANO PLURALE / DER GROSSE BÄR

Group exhibition: Wearable Technology, Location: 08 ALJA & FRIENDS

Group exhibition: Nine Jewellery Approaches from Graz, Location: 27 STEIERMARKE / AUSTRIAN FASHION ASSOCIATION

Performance with Andrea Auer, 100 Greetings and Request Cards, Location: 16.1 ANDREA AUER / V&V GALERIE

Group exhibition: Fusion, Location: 29 KOLLEKTIVKRAFT / GALERIE MANA

Group exhibition: JewelleryMedley, Specials at every full hour, Location: 21 Kolleg für

SchmuckDesign der KunstModeDesign Herbststrasse / das weisse haus

Group exhibition: PaperworksLocation: 13 Galerie MOHA

Exhibition: Current Jewellery Collection by Mario Albrecht, Location: 31 MARIO

Exhibition: Brand-new Horn Jewellery, Location: 14 ANITA MÜNZ ALBRECHT GESTALTUNG / WIENER KONFEKTION

Exhibition: FROM SKETCHY FEELINGS TO LASTING JEWELLERY, Location: 10 ATELIER KRAINER

Group exhibition: The Chain, Location: 19 AGENDA24 / CAFÉ NABER

Exhibition: Five Jewellery Labels from Berlin in Vienna, Location: 28 AA-COLLECTED BERLIN / INA KENT Store

Exhibition: Precious Plastic, Location: 30 FAINA & AURIS KU / WE BANDITS

Exhibition: Narrative Structures, Location 33 SCHMUQUE BY JULIA MÜNZING / DESIGN & ART

Thursday, 8.11.2018

Tour (german), Helmut Lang – schmucklose Mode? Tendenzen der 1990er und mehr With Silke Geppert, Custodian, MAK Collection Textiles and Carpets, curator fashion, Location: 01 MAK–Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst /Gegenwartskunst, Meeting Point: MAK – Columned Main Hall, Admission free in the framework of guided tour, Limited number of particpants. Registration required.

6 p.m. Tour with Veronika Schwarzinger (German): Kunst – Objekt – Schmuck, Location: 27 STEIERMARKE / AUSTRIAN FASHION ASSOCIATION, 29 KOLLEKTIVKRAFT / GALERIE MANA, Limited number of particpants. Meeting Point: announcement after registration. Registration required.

Friday, 9.11.2018

6 p.m. Lecture with Anna Riess (English), Fat and Wrinkles – A Corporal Work, Location: 29 KOLLEKTIVKRAFT / GALERIE MANA

Saturday, 10.11.2018

There are many breakfast events in almost all locations.

3 p.m. Tour with Ursula Guttmann (German), Mode – Schmuck – Design, Location: 02 MAK DESIGN SHOP, 16.2 SONJA BISCHUR JEWELLERY / V&V GALERIE , Limited number of participants. Meeting Point: announcement after registration. Registration required.

Sunday, 11.11.2018

Lecture 11–11.45 a.m.: Am Rande der Norm (German), Hans Stofer, Professor for Plastic and Jewellery, Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Location: 01.2 MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Meeting Point: MAK Forum.
The MAK admission fees apply.

Lecture 12 noon–12:45 p.m.: Personal Ornamentation and Embodied Poetry. Storytelling and the Adorned Body Across Media. (English), Stephanie Weber,Literature Scholar, Vienna, Location: 01.2 MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Meeting Point: MAK Forum, The MAK admission fees apply.

Lecture: 2–2:45 p.m.: Zeichen setzen – Tätowierungen als Körperschmuck, Grenzerfahrung und Kunstform (german), Igor Eberhard, Research assistant at the Institute of Cultural and Social Anthropology, University Vienna, Location: 01.2 MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Meeting Point: MAK Forum, The MAK admission fees apply.

Look all the information about the event @ https://www.wienerschmucktage.at/


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