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Schmuck 2018

Fair  /  MJW-SchmuckTalente2018   Collecting  /  07 Mar 2018  -  13 Mar 2018
Published: 25.07.2017
Schmuck 2018.
Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Management:
Wolfgang Lösche
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Intro
This year 912 applications reached us from 65 countries. Professor Hans Stofer, the Head of the at the Royal College of Art from 2006 -2017 and now Head of jewellery at the Burg Giebichenstein, Kunsthochschule Halle selected 65 artists from 21 countries.
Schmuck is a special show of the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades taking place in Munich in March each year since 1959. Jewellery art reflects its day and age. Artists may refer to a political or social background, they may be rooted in fashion or arts.
 

>> Download the complete program and the Munich City Map & Metro Plan.


For 58 years now, a dedicated group of jewellery lovers and makers has flocked to Munich in the month of March for the International Crafts and Trades Fair. Although an extensive program of events all over the city has developed around the special jewellery show, »Schmuck«, it remains the focus and true motivation for the gathering of goldsmiths that annually takes place in Munich. Schmuck is organized since 1959 at the international trade fair. It is the eldest special jewelry show in the world. Both young talents and experienced artists working in the applied arts and technology will have the opportunity to show their work in the international competition Schmuck 2018 in Munich, Germany, during the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades from 7th to 13th March 2018.

The competition is being organized by the Munich and Upper Bavarian Chamber of Skilled Trades and jointly sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy and the Bavarian State Ministry for Economics and Media, Energy and Technology. „Schmuck“ takes place every year as a special exhibition during the Munich International Skilled Trades Fair in March.
Projects by around 60+ participants from ca. 30 countries are exhibited in specially designed exhibition spaces over around 600 m2.  At the start of the fair, we publish a high-quality catalogue to introduce the participants, together with a short biography and a description of the work. During the fair, an international jury nominates the winner of the Herbert Hofmann Prize The prize is nominal. The prize winners are mentioned again in the catalogue the following year.

The contributions should reflect the development of the artist or technician while illustrating the type of work and the topics that s/he is currently involved in. The work may not be more than two years old. The selection panel considers the applications and selects the entrants for the competition. The entrants’ contributions are then exhibited at the „Schmuck“ exhibition, which takes place during the International Skilled Trades Fair. They are appraised here by an international jury. Either individual items or a group of works can be considered. Depending on the size, no more than eight works should be presented.

A catalogue will be published for the special exhibition: Each artist will be presented with a colour photograph. We will take the photographs from your application documents. If the quality of the photographs is not sufficient, we will contact you. Please note that your photographs can be used for advertising purposes: The exhibitors agree that any photographs they send to us can be used for exhibition and press purposes.


Prizes and Awards:

Herbert-Hofmann-Prize
  • Three contributions will be awarded the Herbert Hofmann-Prize.
  • Works will be acknowledged at the Schmuck-Catalogue of the following year (including photography and text).
  • Distinguished exhibitors receive a certificate and an object which was designed by Hermann Jünger.

Bavarian States Prize
  • Every exhibitor at the International Trade Fair can apply for the Bavarian States Prize.
  • The Bavarian States Prize is awarded 5.000 Euros, a gold medal, and a certificate.

Organisation and Funding:
Promoter: Danner Stiftung, München, e. V.
Administration: Wolfgang Lösche, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern
Organisation: Eva Sarnowski, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern

We are grateful to the Bavarian State Ministry of Commerce and Media, Energy and Technology for the support they have lent this special show, to the Danner Foundation for their sponsorship, and to the Association of Trades Fairs as organizer of the Crafts and Trades Fair Munich.


Selected artists:
Arig, Nevin, BE / Bernachea, Carolina, AR / Biesecke, Marcus, DE / Blank, Alexander, DE / Boucher, Babette, FR / Capisano, Maria Cecilia, AR / Castellanos, Anne Luz, AR / Cheung, Lin, GB / Chun, Eunmi, KOR / Couppee, Nikki, US / Cox, Erinn, US / EE / D'Ambra, Pazos, Bárbara, AR / De Decker, Hilde, BE / Derrez, Paul, NL / Domingues, Patricia, PT / Durlan, Carla, ES / Eichenberg, Iris, US / DE / NL / Fabian, Veronika, HU / Fischer, Benedikt, NL / Fritsch, Karl, NZ / DE / Georgacopoulos, Melanie, GB / Götz, Samira, FR / DE / Hanagarth, Sophie, CH / FR / Huang, Luran, CN / Ishikawa, Mari, JP / DE / Isverding, Melanie, DE / Johansson Lindell, Helena, SE / Kageyama, Kimiaki, JP / Kessler, Beppe, NL / Kim, Heejoo, KOR / Knaapi, Sirja, SU / Kobayashi, Hatsuko , JP / Koh, Heeseung, KOR / Kojima, Takashi, JP / Künnap, Julia Maria, EE / Leibold, Gernot, DE / Lindahl, Lena, SE / Lorenzen, Jens Rüdiger, DE / Manilla, Jorge, BE / Minegishi, Yutaka, JP / Minewaki, Mikkiko, JP / Moreno, Elena, ES / Nishiwaki, Nobuko, JP / Peterson, Lina, SE / Popolitova, Darja, EE / Prasch, Camilla, DK / DE / Puig Cuyàs, Ramon , ES / Sajet, Philip, FR / Schrobenhauser, Barbara, DE / Schuschkleb, Sarah, DE / Seufert, Karin, DE / Siemund, Vera, DE / Soloviev, Nadja, DE / Sophocleous, Despo, CAN / Steenhuis, Annemiek, NL / Švajdová, Marta. CZ / Taguchi, Fumiki, JP / Tarin, Edu, ES / Trekel, Silke, DE / Vagi, Flora, HU / Visintin, Graziano, IT / Wagner, Andrea, NL / DE / Walker, Lisa, NZ / Walter, Julia, DE / Wu, Dongyi, CN


Klassiker 2018: Otto Künzli

15 artists among the selected are Klimt02 members.
 

Programme

For the first time, Internationale Handwerksmesse organiser GHM provides an overview of SCHMUCK and a complete list of related events with a map of the city.

>> Download the complete program and the Munich City Map & Metro Plan.

List of the events relating to jewellery during the special show Schmuck 2018 organized by the Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern:


07.-13.03. 9h30-18h Fairground Messe München, Hall B1.
Special shows Schmuck 2018, Talente 2018, Meister der Moderne 2018, Exempla 2018 and Frame.

11.03. at Action Stage, Fairground Messe München, Hall B1.
10.03. 16h30 Talente
17h Herbert-Hofmann-Preis

07.03. 19h, at Galerie Handwerk.
Francesco Pavan and Tore Svensson, Die Begegnung.
Max-Joseph- Str. 4, 80333 München.
08.03.- 07.04.
Di., Mi., Fr. 10-18h.
Do. 10-20h.
Sonderöffnungszeiten: 10.-12.03., Sa.-Mo. 10-15h.
Tel. +49 89 5119 298

09.03. 19h, at Die Neue Sammlung, The Design Museum, Pinakothek der Moderne.
Jablonec ’68, 1st International Silver Jewelry Symposium.

09.03. 19h, at Die Neue Sammlung, The Design Museum, Pinakothek der Moderne.
Under the stairs.Tableau vivant. Klasse für Schmuck und Gerät der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg.
From 10.03 to 03.06

11.03. 11h at Die Neue Sammlung, The Design Museum, Pinakothek der Moderne.
Jung-Hoo Kim und Yong-il Jeon: Korean Contemporary Jewelry, Die Geschichte des Schmucks in Korea.
Lecture in English.
Siemens-Auditorium, Barerstr. 40, 80333 München.
Tel. +49 89 2727250,
Di.-So. 10-18h.
Do. 10-20h, montags geschlossen

21.02. 19h, at Museum Villa Stuck.
Rudolf Bott: Enduro.
Prinzregentenstr. 60, 81675 München.
22.02.- 13.05.
Di.-So. 11-18h, Sonderöffnungszeiten.
02.03., 06.04.
04.05. 11-22h,
Tel. +49 8945555144

01.03. 19h, at Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste.
Mitglieder der Akademie stellen sich vor: Rudolf Bott, Silberschmied - HerbertSchultes, Industriedesigner.
Residenz München.
02.03.-28.03.,
Di.-Fr. 11-16h, sowie 03.03. und 04.03. 11- 16h, 06.03. 19h
Thomas Schriefers spricht über Handwerk und Industrie-design.
08.03. 19h, Nils Moormann spricht mit Rudolf Bott und HerbertSchultes.
Max-Joseph-Platz 3, 80539 München

01.03. 18h30 at BAYERISCHER KUNSTGEWERBEVEREIN (BKV).
Sentimental Journey, Helen Britton and Felix Lindner.
Bijou brut, Rolf Lindner.
02.03.-14.04., Meet the Artists,
09.03. 17-18h und 11.03. 13-15h.
Sonderöffnung 11.03. 11-13h.
Mo.-Sa. 10-18h
Pacellistr. 6-8, 80333 München
Tel. +49 89 2901470


>> Download the complete program and the Munich City Map & Metro Plan.

 
Lin Cheung. Brooch: Nonplus, 2017. Lapis Lazuli, gold.. 5 x 5 x 0,9 cm. Photo by: Lin Cheung. Awarded at: Herbert Hofmann Prize 2018. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Lin Cheung
Brooch: Nonplus, 2017
Lapis Lazuli, gold.
5 x 5 x 0,9 cm
Photo by: Lin Cheung
Awarded at: Herbert Hofmann Prize 2018
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Lisa Walker. Bracelet: Fischli And Weiss Bracelet, 2015. Shoes.. 40 x 40 x10 cm. Photo by: Lisa Walker. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Lisa Walker
Bracelet: Fischli And Weiss Bracelet, 2015
Shoes.
40 x 40 x10 cm
Photo by: Lisa Walker
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Karl Fritsch. Ring: Untitled, 2017. Gold, synthetic ruby.. 4,5 x 2,5 x 2 cm. Photo by: Karl Fritsch. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Karl Fritsch
Ring: Untitled, 2017
Gold, synthetic ruby.
4,5 x 2,5 x 2 cm
Photo by: Karl Fritsch
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Kimiaki Kageyama. Ring: Stone of Kamo River, 2015. 300 years old Urushi, pigment of cinnabar, gold pigment, japanese coral.. 4,5 x 5,5 x 2,5 cm. Photo by: Kimiaki Kageyama. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Kimiaki Kageyama
Ring: Stone of Kamo River, 2015
300 years old Urushi, pigment of cinnabar, gold pigment, japanese coral.
4,5 x 5,5 x 2,5 cm
Photo by: Kimiaki Kageyama
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Otto Künzli. Brooch: Komainu II, 2015. Wood, pigment.. 13,2 x 6,2 x 4,2 cm. Photo by: Otto Künzli and VG Bild-Kunst. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Otto Künzli
Brooch: Komainu II, 2015
Wood, pigment.
13,2 x 6,2 x 4,2 cm
Photo by: Otto Künzli and VG Bild-Kunst
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Otto Künzli. Brooch: Auge IX, 2017. Mangokern, Opal, Corian.. 5 x 10,5 x 2,1 cm. Photo by: Otto Künzli and VG Bild-Kunst. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Otto Künzli
Brooch: Auge IX, 2017
Mangokern, Opal, Corian.
5 x 10,5 x 2,1 cm
Photo by: Otto Künzli and VG Bild-Kunst
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Ramon Puig Cuyàs. Brooch: Nº 1698 Series Forest Maps, 2017. Oxidized nickel silver, enamel on steel.. 8 x 6,5 x 1,5 cm. Photo by: Ramon Ramon Puig Cuyàs. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Ramon Puig Cuyàs
Brooch: Nº 1698 Series Forest Maps, 2017
Oxidized nickel silver, enamel on steel.
8 x 6,5 x 1,5 cm
Photo by: Ramon Ramon Puig Cuyàs
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Sophie Hanagarth. Bracelet: Ornemental Ou La Vie Intime Des Annélides, 2017. Forged iron.. 11 x 11 x 3 cm. Photo by: Graziella Antonini. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Sophie Hanagarth
Bracelet: Ornemental Ou La Vie Intime Des Annélides, 2017
Forged iron.
11 x 11 x 3 cm
Photo by: Graziella Antonini
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Lena Lindahl. Brooch: The Look, 2018. Silver, wood, cubic zirconian pearl.. 8 x 3 x 15 cm. Lena Lindahl
Brooch: The Look, 2018
Silver, wood, cubic zirconian pearl.
8 x 3 x 15 cm
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