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Book launch #material4.0

The  Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen cordially invites you on Sunday, 24.02.2019 at 16:00 to the current exhibition #Material4.0 at the Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen for the launch of the publication that accompanies the exhibition. We are delighted that the artists Manfred Mohr, who will be coming from New York, and Florian Model will also be present. Both

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Franz Bette: Red X Thread

Exhibition at Alien Art Centre, Kaohsiung (TW), 15.2.–23.6.2019 Franz Bette has been considering matters of design and critically examining the composition of jewellery, especially its conceptual and artistic formulation, for over 50 years. Born in the middle of Germany, his thinking and his work are anchored in European culture. For the exhibition at ALIEN Art

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SwissCeramics: Fantasy Island

Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil-Jona (CH), 10.02.–21.04.2019 Vernissage, Sunday, 10 February 2019, 11.30 a.m. The Swiss Ceramics Association presents the juried art exhibition Fantasy Island. 44 ceramic artists from the different regions of Switzerland will show their new work, made exclusively for this exhibition. The theme Fantasy Island was chosen because the Kunst(Zeug)Haus has a vast and unique

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Book launch David Huycke

On Sunday 27 January you are cordially invited to the book presentation DAVID HUYCKE. Risky Business. 25 Years of Silver Objects, published by the collectors Piet & Nadine Salens-Kegels, in the venue of atelier lachaert dhanis, in Tielrode, Belgium. David Huycke is a true virtuoso, an artist with exceptional talent; recognized worldwide as the silversmith of this century. With

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arnoldsche Publications for Exhibitions

A large number of our publications have been or will be published for exhibitions, which, for some, can be seen well into 2019. Discover the Norwegian artist Aslaug M. Juliussen in Tromsø (NO; until 31.3.2019), and create a counterpoint in Zurich with the ethnological collections of Heinrich Harrer and Peter Aufschnaiter (until 8.9.2019), which are

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Made in Denmark

Exhibition at Glass Museum Riihimäki, Finland [Suomen Lasi Museum], 15.2.–21.4.2019 Since the GRASSI Museum was opened in 1874, Danish arts and crafts have played an important role there. Even the oldest collections of the museum include contemporary ceramics from Denmark. In the course of roughly 140 years since then, the inventory increased a lot in several

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