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Die Jungen Wilden

Exhibition  /  14 Mar 2017  -  17 Apr 2017
Published: 21.03.2017
Die Jungen Wilden.
Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art
Curator:
Wolfgang Hufnagl, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier
Exhibition view
. Photographer: Margit Hart.
Exhibition view
Photographer: Margit Hart

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Intro
Students of the Evening College Jewelry Design (2nd year) won six awards at a competition of the Austrian Goldsmith’s Guild!!
 
To celebrate 650 years of gold- and silversmithing in Austria the goldsmith’s guild organized the competition “Die Jungen Wilden”. The task was to design and make a wearable piece of jewellery according to the theme using precious metal. More than 60 pieces from several schools in Austria were submitted.

Dates and price

€ 9,90 / reduced € 7,50
Free admission for children and teens under 19

Free Admission
Tuesdays 6–10 p.m.
 
Family ticket € 13
(two adults and at least one minor child up to 14)

Vienna 1900-Combined Ticket
€ 17,90 / reduced € 14,50
Valid for MAK and Leopold Museum

Hours

Tue 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Wed - Sun 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Mon closed

Free Admission
Tuesdays 6 -10 p.m.
Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, director of the MAK, and three members of the jury – Wolfgang Hufnagl (head of the goldsmith’s guild), Fritz Maierhofer (artist) and Elisabeth Schmuttermeier (curator of the metal department at the MAK)
. Photographer: Charlotte Schwarz.
Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, director of the MAK, and three members of the jury – Wolfgang Hufnagl (head of the goldsmith’s guild), Fritz Maierhofer (artist) and Elisabeth Schmuttermeier (curator of the metal department at the MAK)
Photographer: Charlotte Schwarz

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Winners of 3rd, 2nd and 1st prizes.
Winners of 3rd, 2nd and 1st prizes

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Special mentions winners
. Photographer: Charlotte Schwarz.
Special mentions winners
Photographer: Charlotte Schwarz

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Julia Löffler. Neckpiece: Die jungen Wilden, 2017. Silver, roe deer jaw, fresh water pearls, quartz, steel.. 15 x 65 cm. Photo by: Susanne Hammer. 1st place. Julia Löffler
Neckpiece: Die jungen Wilden, 2017
Silver, roe deer jaw, fresh water pearls, quartz, steel.
15 x 65 cm
Photo by: Susanne Hammer
1st place
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Reinhilde Lahner. Brooch: Die jungen Wilden, 2017. Silver, steel.. 7 x 5 cm. Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz. 2nd place. Reinhilde Lahner
Brooch: Die jungen Wilden, 2017
Silver, steel.
7 x 5 cm
Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz
2nd place
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Miriam Böhmerle. Brooch: Die jungen Wilden, 2017. Silver, pigments, steel.. ∅ 7cm. Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz. 3rd place. Miriam Böhmerle
Brooch: Die jungen Wilden, 2017
Silver, pigments, steel.
∅ 7cm
Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz
3rd place
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Nadine Pramhas. Bracelet: Die jungen Wilden, 2017. Silver, silicone, 3D printed plastic.. 22 x 12 cm. Photo by: Dora Kuthy. Special mention. Nadine Pramhas
Bracelet: Die jungen Wilden, 2017
Silver, silicone, 3D printed plastic.
22 x 12 cm
Photo by: Dora Kuthy
Special mention
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Anna Rieß. Brooch: Die jungen Wilden, 2017. Silver, silicone implant, coral, rose quartz, steel.. ∅ 11 cm. Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz. Special mention. Anna Rieß
Brooch: Die jungen Wilden, 2017
Silver, silicone implant, coral, rose quartz, steel.
∅ 11 cm
Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz
Special mention
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Nadine Schreiner. Head Piece: Die jungen Wilden, 2017. Silver, leather, organza.. 16 x12 cm. Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz. Special mention. Nadine Schreiner
Head Piece: Die jungen Wilden, 2017
Silver, leather, organza.
16 x12 cm
Photo by: Charlotte Schwarz
Special mention
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