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It greens. Galerie Handwerk reopens with new exhibition

Exhibition  /  18 Jun 2020  -  18 Aug 2020
Published: 08.06.2020
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Intro
After several weeks of closure, the Handwerk gallery will reopen with a new exhibition on June, 18th. The exposition "it greens" shows the importance of color as one of the central means in design. Where does the green come from? The exhibition answers this question using many objects made of glass, ceramics, jewelry, textiles, metal and paper. 50 applied artists are exhibiting their work in Galerie Handwerk.
 

Artist list

Anne Andersson, Christine Atmer de Reig, Ela Bauer, Jutta Becker, Thomas Bohle, Peter Burghardt, Barbara Butz, Nina Casson McGarva, Cornelius Réer GbR, William Rudolph Faulkner, Shige Fujishiro, Färbehof GbR, Glasfachschule Zwiesel, Glashütte Lamberts Waldsassen GmbH, Petra Graf-Mennecken, Anke Hennig-Kämpf, Safia Hijos, Regine Hohmann, Helena Johansson Lindell, Laura Jungmann, Kirsten Jäschke, Margit Jäschke, Keramische Werkstatt Margaretenhöhe, Kristallglasmanufaktur Theresienthal GmbH, Lutz Könecke, Sabine Lintzen, Katarina Löbe, Thomas Löber-Buchmann, Paolo Marcolongo, Orike Muth, Johannes Nagel, Pavel Opocensky, Papierwerk Glockenbach, Kremer Pigmente, Andrea Platten, Sara Preisetanz, Judith Rad, Eva Raiser-Johanson, Joana Schneider, Paula Schneider, Astrid Schröder, Lea Schücking, Katja Spitzer, Laurenz Stockner, Anna Sykora, Maria Verburg, Maja Vogl, Marion Vorster, Karel Votipka, Maarten Vrolijk, Christiane Wilhelm, Gunilla Maria Åkesson
The usual vernissage on the evening before must be canceled this time due to the contact restrictions. However, we look forward to seeing you at the press conference or at one of the many exhibition days. The exposure can be seen from June, 18th to August, 1st at the usual opening times.

The title of the exposition "es grünt" could be programmatic, in view of the loosening up after the long period of restrictions and closures due to the Corona pandemic. But Wolfgang Lösche, director of the Galerie Handwerk, emphasizes: "It's all about color, one of the most important means of design in general. We already had the idea for it a year ago". The exhibition was triggered, as it were, by a particularly impressive green copper bowl made by an art blacksmith from South Tirol. At that time the question arose where the green came from. This is precisely the question that the exhibition is dedicated to, with many objects made of glass, ceramics, jewellery, textiles, metal and paper. Lösche announces: "Many green earth pigments, also from Bavarian deposits, will be exhibited and their significance for painting and monument conservation explained. For example, we are looking forward to the green sandstone from Benediktbeuern. Many administrative buildings in Bavaria were coloured with this pigment, especially in the 18th century".

Part of the new exhibition concept is to provide explanatory texts on the objects. It is astonishing to learn from the exhibits, just as the literature on the colour green tells many exciting stories. A total of 50 designers are exhibiting their work in the Handwerk Gallery. The usual opening vernissage the evening before has to be cancelled this time due to contact restrictions.


Opening hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 to 18 h
Thursday 10 to 20 h
Saturday 10 to 13 h
The gallery is closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Maarten Vrolijk. Object: Sakura TRP 19014, 2020. Glass. 43 x 37 x 36 cm. Photo by: Maarten Vrolijk. Maarten Vrolijk
Object: Sakura TRP 19014, 2020
Glass
43 x 37 x 36 cm
Photo by: Maarten Vrolijk
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Margit Jäschke. Brooch: Untitled, 2018. Gold-plated silver, epoxy, emeralds.. Margit Jäschke
Brooch: Untitled, 2018
Gold-plated silver, epoxy, emeralds.
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Thomas Bohle. Vessel: Untitled, 2020. Ceramic, exterior cobalt green, interior black glaze. 28 x 15 cm. Photo by: Thomas Bohle. Thomas Bohle
Vessel: Untitled, 2020
Ceramic, exterior cobalt green, interior black glaze
28 x 15 cm
Photo by: Thomas Bohle
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Sabine Lintzen. Object: Question and Answer, 2020. Glass blown. Photo by: Sabine Lintzen. Sabine Lintzen
Object: Question and Answer, 2020
Glass blown
Photo by: Sabine Lintzen
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Gunilla-Maria Aakesson. Vessel: Container, 2020. Ceramic, built, several layers of glaze. Photo by: Gunilla-Maria Aakesson. Gunilla-Maria Aakesson
Vessel: Container, 2020
Ceramic, built, several layers of glaze
Photo by: Gunilla-Maria Aakesson
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Johannes Nagel. Vessel: Untitled, 2020. Ceramic. Photo by: Johannes Nagel. Johannes Nagel
Vessel: Untitled, 2020
Ceramic
Photo by: Johannes Nagel
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Laurenz Stockner. Object: Untitled, 2020. Tombak, patina a fuoco. Photo by: Laurenz Stockner. Laurenz Stockner
Object: Untitled, 2020
Tombak, patina a fuoco
Photo by: Laurenz Stockner
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Karel Votipka. Brooch: Untitled, 2020. Nephrite, steel. Photo by: Karel Votipka. Karel Votipka
Brooch: Untitled, 2020
Nephrite, steel
Photo by: Karel Votipka
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Orike Muth. Object: Untitled, 2020. Wood. approx. 22 x 43 cm. Photo by: Orike Muth. Orike Muth
Object: Untitled, 2020
Wood
approx. 22 x 43 cm
Photo by: Orike Muth
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Nina Casson-McGarva. Object: Green Leaves, 2020. Glass. Photo by: Nina Casson-McGarva. Nina Casson-McGarva
Object: Green Leaves, 2020
Glass
Photo by: Nina Casson-McGarva
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