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Schmuck 2019

Fair  /  MJW-SchmuckTalente2019   Collecting   Exhibiting   Curating  /  13 Mar 2019  -  17 Mar 2019
Published: 09.09.2018
Schmuck 2019.
Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich
Management:
Wolfgang Lösche, Eva Sarnowski
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Intro
This special exhibition is the eldest exhibition of contemporary jewellery work in the world. It takes place since 1959 every year during the International Trade Fair in March.
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.
The chosen works will be shown on the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades in Munich from 13th to 17th March 2019.

Three contributions of Schmuck 2019 will be awarded with the Herbert Hofmann Prize. The prize commemorates Dr. Herbert Hofmann, the founder of the special show in 1959. In addition the jury of the Bavarian States Prize will look at the works in the special show.

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 year 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.


2019 Jury:  Dr. Sabine Runde, art historian and exhibition curator at the Museum of Applied Art in Frankfurt

Selected artists:
Andrea Auer, Austria, Robert Baines, Australia, Ela Bauer, Netherlands/Israel, Peter Bauhuis, Germany, Julie Blyfield, Australia, Sungho Cho, Korea, Giovanni Corvaja, Italy, Laila Marie Costa, Australia, Andrea Daly, New Zealand, Annette Dam, Denmark, Bárbara D'Ambra Pazos, Argentina, Tereza Dušková, Czeck Republic, Åsa Elmstam, Sweden, William Faulkner, Germany, Jantje Fleischhut, Germany, Tamara Grüner, Germany, Joohee Han, Korea, Mielle Harvey, USA, Karin Heerweg, Netherlands, Linda Hughes, Australia, Melanie Isverding, Germany, Svenja John, Germany, Junwon Jung, Korea, Beppe Kessler, Netherlands, Esther Knobel, Israel, Heeseung Koh, Korea, Marie-Louise Kristensen, Denmark, Triin Kukk, Estonia, Birgit Laken, Netherlands, Martina Lang, Germany, Lore Langendries, Belgium,  Monique Lecouna, Argentina, Najin Lee, Korea, Gernot Leibold, Germany, Orsolya Losonczy, Hungary, Yumiko Matsunaga, Japan, Christine Matthias, Germany, Bruce Metcalf, USA, Yutaka Minegishi, Japan, Matilde Mozzanega, Italy, Veronica Nuñez, Chile, Pavel Opocensky, Czeck Republic, Jiun-You Ou, Taiwan, Michaela Pegum, Australia, Tina Rath, USA, Sol Rios, Argentina, Philip Sajet, Netherlands, Misato Seki, Japan, Healim Shin, Korea, Carina Shoshtary, Germany, Jiří Šibor, Czeck Republic, Etsuko Sonobe, Japan, Annemiek Steenhuis, Netherlands, Sabine Steinhäusler, Germany, Christoph Straube, Germany, Fumiki Taguchi, Japan, Anna Talbot, Norway, Suvi Tupola, Finland, Karen Vanmol, Belgium, Tanel Veenre, Estonia, Sanna Wallgren, Sweden, Norman Weber, Germany, Grace Yu Piper, New Zealand, Annamarie Zanella, Italy, Reinhold Ziegler, Norway.
 

Daniel Kruger as Modern Classic 2019.



Prizes and Awards:
Herbert-Hofmann-Prize
  • The prize commemorates Dr. Herbert Hofmann, the founder of the special show in 1959.
  • Three contributions will be awarded with 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 a stele (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 to 10 contribution of applied art within all contribution of the International Trade Fair. The Bavarian States Prize is awarded with 5.000 Euros, a gold medal and a certificate.


Organisation and Funding:
Promoter: Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen mbH
Exhibition Patron: Benno und Therese Danner´sche Kunstgewerbestiftung München
Conception and direction: Wolfgang Lösche, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern
Organisation: Eva Sarnowski, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern
Arrangements: Alexandra Bahlmann

We are grafetul to the Bavarian State Ministry of Commerce, 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.
 
Peter Bauhuis. Brooch: Untitled, 2018. Tumbaga. 5 x 3.5 x 1.3 cm. Photo by: Peter Bauhuis. Peter Bauhuis
Brooch: Untitled, 2018
Tumbaga
5 x 3.5 x 1.3 cm
Photo by: Peter Bauhuis
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Sanna Wallgren. Brooch: Exo Exo, 2018. Anodized aluminium, nylon string.. 20 x 12 cm. On body. Sanna Wallgren
Brooch: Exo Exo, 2018
Anodized aluminium, nylon string.
20 x 12 cm

On body

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Robert Baines. Pendant: Perception 5, 2017. Silver, electroplate, lacquer, granulation construction.. 7 x 9.4 x 1.2 cm. Photo by: Anton Jadrijevic. Robert Baines
Pendant: Perception 5, 2017
Silver, electroplate, lacquer, granulation construction.
7 x 9.4 x 1.2 cm
Photo by: Anton Jadrijevic
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Sungho Cho. Brooch: Tree Frog, 2016. Recycled plastic card (Starbucks Card), sterling Silver.. 11 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm. Photo by: Kwangchoon Park. Sungho Cho
Brooch: Tree Frog, 2016
Recycled plastic card (Starbucks Card), sterling Silver.
11 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm
Photo by: Kwangchoon Park
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Mielle Harvey. Necklace: Flock of Hanging Birds, 2018. Sterling silver, oil paint, silk cord.. 3.5 x 5 x 1.5 cm. Photo by: Mielle Harvey. Mielle Harvey
Necklace: Flock of Hanging Birds, 2018
Sterling silver, oil paint, silk cord.
3.5 x 5 x 1.5 cm
Photo by: Mielle Harvey
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Linda Hughes. Pendant: Knot, 2017. Laminate, acrylic, silver, silk.. 12 x 6 x 0.5 cm. Photo by: Brendan Adair Smith. Linda Hughes
Pendant: Knot, 2017
Laminate, acrylic, silver, silk.
12 x 6 x 0.5 cm
Photo by: Brendan Adair Smith
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Marie Louise Kristensen. Brooch: We will turn you into a Skinny-Hottie !, 2016. Silver, gold, wood, crystal, plastic.. 12.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 cm. Photo by: Dorte Krogh. Marie Louise Kristensen
Brooch: We will turn you into a Skinny-Hottie !, 2016
Silver, gold, wood, crystal, plastic.
12.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 cm
Photo by: Dorte Krogh
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Matilda Mozzanega. Necklace: Swarovski Project 2018. The Power of Transformation, Transparent Waste, 2018. Swarovski crystals, recycled plastic pouches, brass chain and jump rings.. 30 x 20 x 4 cm. Matilda Mozzanega
Necklace: Swarovski Project 2018. The Power of Transformation, Transparent Waste, 2018
Swarovski crystals, recycled plastic pouches, brass chain and jump rings.
30 x 20 x 4 cm
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