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Exhibition  /  Munich Jewellery Week - Schmuck - Talente - 2017  /  08 Mar 2017  -  12 Mar 2017
Published: 24.01.2017
Kunstpavillon
Place
Sophienstrasse 7a
80333 -  Munich
GERMANY
Mail:
gisbertstachE-mailweb.de
rosestachE-mailweb.de
kontaktE-mailkunstpavillon.org
Phone:
0049 152 01911151
0049 152 33575285
0049 89 59 73 59
Curator:
Gisbert Stach, Rose Stach
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Intro
Jewellery exhibitions are often presented in sterile glass cabinets. This leads to a distance between object and viewer and limits the freedom, which could develop in this sensual encounter, to small showcases. At the exhibition, curated by Gisbert Stach and Rose Stach, this is different. Here, the motto is: chairs instead of showcases!

Artist list

Peter Bauhuis, Emese Benczúr, David Bielander, Florian Buddeberg, Shirin Damerji, Anna Eichlinger, Susanne Elstner, Sławomir Fijałkowski, Christiane Förster, Réka Lörincz, Daniel Michel, Anna Moll, Pavol Prekop, Nicola Scholz, Gisbert Stach, Rose Stach, Norman Weber, Arek Wolski, Christoph Zellweger, Kristýna Španihelová
Twenty international author jewellery artists gather with their extraordinary objects to enter into a fascinating dialogue with strongly individualistic seats, from weight bench to sandbag wall.

Christoph Zellweger from Switzerland, for example, presents an interactive chair with a potency enhancing effect, while the droopy silhouette of a male figure with the ironic title Self-portrait has been captured in a stool by the artist Arek Wolski from Warsaw. Two female artists from Budapest play with cheap pretence and reality. Emese Benczúr forms the words "Let it Shine" on a rainbow-coloured surface using ear studs, while Réka Lörincz presents grooming gloves with enticingly glittering golden nails on a lavatory lid in her piece of art titled Woman at Work. David Bielander, a native of Basel now living in Munich, even transforms the chair itself into a jewellery object by removing elements of the curved armrest of a Thonet chair and shaping them into sausage necklaces, explaining that the sausages had always been present in these chairs and he has now "set them free".

Hours

Wed. March 8 - Sat. March 11, 2017, 11am - 7pm,
Sun. March 12, 11am - 5pm

Opening

Tuesday March 7, starting at 6pm
Closing event: Sunday March 12, 2pm - 5pm with Artist Talk starting at 3pm
Rose Stach. Object: Under my Pillow, 2016. Oriental carpet, foam, colour. 50 x 90 x 25 cm. Photo by: Rose Stach. Rose Stach
Object: Under my Pillow, 2016
Oriental carpet, foam, colour
50 x 90 x 25 cm
Photo by: Rose Stach
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Réka Lörincz. Object: Woman at Work, 2016. Gloves, artificial fingernails. Photo by: Áron Weber. Réka Lörincz
Object: Woman at Work, 2016
Gloves, artificial fingernails
Photo by: Áron Weber
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Christoph Zellweger. Object: Chair (Workout IV), 2016. Wood, leather, steel. 82 x 72 x 44 cm. Photo by: Philip Sayer. Christoph Zellweger
Object: Chair (Workout IV), 2016
Wood, leather, steel
82 x 72 x 44 cm
Photo by: Philip Sayer
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David Bielander. Necklace: Thonet (Sausages), 2007. Bentwood, paint. Photo by: Dirk Eisel. David Bielander
Necklace: Thonet (Sausages), 2007
Bentwood, paint
Photo by: Dirk Eisel
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Arek Wolski. Furniture: Self-portrait in five pieces, 2011. Lacquered plywood. Photo by: Jerzy Malinowski. Arek Wolski
Furniture: Self-portrait in five pieces, 2011
Lacquered plywood
Photo by: Jerzy Malinowski
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