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Galerie Marzee at Frame 2022

Exhibition  /  MunichJewelleryWeek2022  /  06 Jul 2022  -  10 Jul 2022
Published: 27.06.2022
Dorothea Prühl. Necklace: Drei Fische, 2022. Titanium, gold.. 9 to 11 cm each fish. Photo by: Matthias Ritzmann. Dorothea Prühl
Necklace: Drei Fische, 2022
Titanium, gold.
9 to 11 cm each fish
Photo by: Matthias Ritzmann
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Intro
For more than forty years Galerie Marzee has been a driving force in the promotion of contemporary jewellery and metalwork from around the world. Founded in 1979 by Marie-José van den Hout, Galerie Marzee is housed in an impressive former granary situated on the banks of the river Waal. It is the world’s largest independent gallery for contemporary art jewellery.

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Galerie Marzee represents both established and emerging jewellery artists from around the world whose work is eloquent and poetic, balancing technical and intellectual rigour with sensitivity and a deeply personal vocabulary of materials and motivation. Alongside its permanent Marzee Collection, which was opened to the public for the gallery’s 25th anniversary in 2004, Marzee presents four exhibitions every year, each showing work by four or five of its artists, as well as the annual Marzee International Graduate Show.

On the occasion of SCHMUCK, many Marzee artists will show new works. At FRAME Marzee will present new work from among others Jonathan Boyd (UK), Stefano Marchetti (IT), Carla Nuis (NL), Sondra Sherman (US), and Vivi Touloumidi (GR). It has become almost a tradition that Dorothea Prühl shows a new necklace at SCHMUCK, this year she shows two.

Another section of the Marzee booth at FRAME will be for new artists represented by Galerie Marzee, like Warwick Freeman, Lisa Walker, and several others.

Marzee has a special section for Intro at FRAME. Intro provides a space in Amsterdam for recently graduated jewellery students to show and sell their work for a period of three years. This year the focus will be on graduates from 2019, 2020, and 2021. At the Intro-booth, next to last year’s graduate work, new work will be shown by 2021 Marzee Graduate Prize Winners and current recent graduates who run Intro in Amsterdam, Luisa Kuschel (DE) and Peleg Matityahu (IL).
 
Jonathan Boyd. Brooch: On Knotting #1, 2022. Oxidised silver.. 3.5 x 13 x 4 cm. Photo by: Michiel Heffels. Jonathan Boyd
Brooch: On Knotting #1, 2022
Oxidised silver.
3.5 x 13 x 4 cm
Photo by: Michiel Heffels
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Lisa Walker. Necklace: Kauri, Pariwhero, and Bone Face, 2021. Stone, kauri gum, bone, silver.. 20 x 8 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Michiel Heffels. Lisa Walker
Necklace: Kauri, Pariwhero, and Bone Face, 2021
Stone, kauri gum, bone, silver.
20 x 8 x 2.5 cm
Photo by: Michiel Heffels
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Warwick Freeman. Brooch: Prime Brooches, 2015. Gagat (jet), mineral dust, binder.. 10 x 10 cm each. Photo by: Michiel Heffels. Red: jasper dust. Yellow: silcrete dust. Blue: lapis dust.. Warwick Freeman
Brooch: Prime Brooches, 2015
Gagat (jet), mineral dust, binder.
10 x 10 cm each
Photo by: Michiel Heffels
Red: jasper dust. Yellow: silcrete dust. Blue: lapis dust.
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