Twosome

Twosome

Mehr als jedes andere künstlerische Medium vermag die zeitgenössische Schmuckkunst einen Dialog zwischen zwei Menschen zu entfachen. Denn der Schmucktragende bringt mit Mut und Enthusiasmus eine künstlerische Botschaft in den öffentlichen Raum hinein und zwingt jedes Gegenüber zu einer Reaktion auf den mit einem Kunstwerk dekorierten Körper. Kunstvermittlung geschieht hier auf subversive Art und Weise, […]

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Echoes

We are very pleased to show a series of works by the Munich painter and musician Antonio Sarcinella for the first time. Sarcinella has been studying painting with Prof. Anke Doberauer at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich since 2017 and will graduate as a master student in February 2024. In his current works he […]

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‘There is no straight line in a curved world’

Sebastian Gumpinger, exhibition, Es gibt keine geraden Linien in einer gekrümmten Welt

We are very happy to start the new exhibition season with the works of Sebastian Gumpinger after the summer break. On this first weekend of September, Munich’s galleries and institutions invite you to particularly exciting events as part of ‘Open Art’ and ‘Various Others’. For the opening, the gallery will remain open for you on […]

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Rebellious Geometry – Jewelry

Jewelry artist Danni Schwaag lives and works in Bremen. She draws inspiration from moments, from travelling, nature, architecture, art history, interpersonal relationships and (unusual) materials. “At the beginning of my artistic process, there is a puzzle in front of me, a game of materials, shapes and colors. things laid are moved, discarded and rearranged, in […]

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Rebellious Geometry – Painting

Rudolf Kämmer uses a strictly constructive concrete design vocabulary.  Since the end of the 1950s, Kämmer has developed his ideas rendering basic geometric forms on graph paper with mathematical precision, while his colours, used sparingly, make his works glow and lift them up to an emotionally experienceable plane of existence.  In 1961, Kämmer belonged to […]

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Traveling Path

On occasion of Munich Jewellery Week, Quittenbaum Gallery is presenting jewelry and design by Dutch designer Herman Hermsen. The exhibition ‘Traveling Path’ includes examples of his work from five decades – necklaces, brooches, rings as well as brooch-picture combinations and some design objects.  A video portrait accompanies the exhibition Since the 1980s, Herman Hermsen has […]

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Swinging Memories

We are very pleased to show you an exhibition of around 30 works by Helga Zahn on the occasion of the ‚Munich Jewellery Week‘. All the jewelry objects and silk-screen prints come from the estate administered by the family, to whom we are deeply indebted. In the mid-1950s, Helga Zahn set off from Schwarzenbach / […]

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Essences

Quittenbaum Gallery presents sculptures by Angelika Hoegerl for the first time. The geometric formal language of her free-standing sculptures and sculptural wall works is based on an examination of historical architectural drawings of Gothic cathedrals. The ground plan forms of Gothic cluster pillars serve as an inspiration for the wall objects that project up to […]

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Fog

For more than 25 years, the Mexican artist has dedicated himself to the theme of landscape, its symbolic content and, its contemplation as a mirror of our soul and as a symbol of religious beliefs. Using handmade paper enriching it with pigments and metals, he creates archetypes of a nature in which the human being […]

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