When you show your atwork in Sendling, a neighborhood of Munich where I live, you are definitely going to get your artwork looked at ( If I know where the exhibition space is located.)
This weekend, I visited Das KloHauschen which is an art project by Anja Uhlig. For Munich Art Jewellery week 2016, Anja has Krista Ruohonen in the space interacting with it. What do I mean by interacting with the space? Please read my post about Anja for an explanation of the KloHaushen and Anja’s art projects.
For MJW16 Krista Ruohenen accepted anja’s invitation and created “Eau de Toilette,” the jewellery collection for the Klohaushen (toilet house.) The space is not open except through at the vernissage but you can see everything exhibited in the space through the door. (This is intentional.) If you would like to know more about the artist presenting her art jewellery in the space, you can visit Krista Ruohenen’s website here.
Welserstrasse 11 -29
This small street houses quite a few workshops turned galleries for Munich Jewellery week.
- Invisible Wall – Artwork by Deborah Rudolph, Jo Pond, Patricia Domingues, Lisa Kroeber, He Jing, and Panja Polkulp.
Deborah Rudolph was in the exhibition space when I arrived so I asked her some questions about her work. Here are a few points for you to know:
- Deborah’s work uses stone and rope.
- The stone is inspired by geological drilling machines used for exploratory boring into the earth. The machines allow us to reach areas unaccessible by other means and to bring materials to the surface.
- The rope used in her jewellery is climber’s rope.
- Her artwork appears heavy because of the stone but the pieces are light because they have their interiors drilled out.
Deborah is a German artist working near Frankfurt. If you would like to see more of her work, please visit her website.
UNOSTO – UNOSTO is an exhibition curated by Tereza Volna. Tereza focuses on artists from her region but is willing to collaborate/exhibit other artists for specific curatorial projects.The artists in this exhibition are: Natassia Aleinikava, Klara Sipkova, Lucie Houdkova, Martin Verner, Marketa Richterova, Karla Olsakova (all accents ommited due to keyboard challenges.)
Martin Verner explained that his artwork is inspired by the street artists he knows and their tagging. You know how much I like street art. I really like the pin pieces below. If you would like to see more of his work, please check out Martin Verner’s website.
Junk: Rubbish to Gold : Gabi Green in Westend
Watch the video for more information about the project and don’t forget, the jewellery is being auctioned off as part of the project. Check out the Rubbish to gold website for more information