Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 6pm
Saturday from 10am to 5pm
Collect brings together 40 galleries from the UK, USA, South Korea, Japan, France, Norway, Italy, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. It offers visitors and collectors a multidisciplinary overview of the people, processes, materials and ideas defining international craft in 2018.
from this year’s press release:”Always a fascinating area of discovery for established collectors and newcomers alike,
contemporary art jewellery continues to evolve as a platform for challenging material values and to
explore intriguing concepts. From the Netherlands, Galerie Marzee has devoted 40 years to
celebrating jewellery’s dimension as an art form – its annual Marzee International Graduation Show
has impacted the careers of artists throughout the world. This year, Marzee’s selection includes
work by the German artist Dorothea Prühl, whose sculptural jewellery pieces exemplify her
philosophy that an artwork needs no meaning outside itself, while the UK’s Gallery S O features
artists including wearable pieces by Switzerland’s irrepressibly playful David Bielander and UKbased
Paralympic medal designer (and recent Woman’s Hour Craft Prize finalist) Lin Cheung.
Appearing for the first time, The Goldsmiths’ Fair presents 15 British artists at the forefront of
modern gold- and silversmithing.”
Collect 2018 is held at Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea London – address and directions
opening hours: Thursday 12pm-7pm, Friday 11am-9pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm
14 January 2018 until 21 March 2018 at Galerie Marzee
Ineke Heerkens Ornamental Hey Hey Heys, jewellery
Chequita Nahar Prodo Gudu, jewellery
Nina Sajet a • symmetry, jewellery
Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg Class of Suska Mackert, Nachschlag, jewellery and objects
Please join us for the opening on Sunday 14 January 2018 at 4 pm.
The artists will be present as well.
29 October 2017 until 10 January 2018 at Galerie Marzee
Please join us for the opening on Sunday 29 October 2017 at 4 pm.
The artists will be present as well.
Dorothea Prühl (DE) & Otto Künzli (DE) So Near – So Far
Noam Elyashiv (US)
David Clarke (UK) Altar’d
Tore Svensson (SE) Lakes
Dorothea Prühl & Otto Künzli
So Near – So Far (so nah – so fern)
With this joint exhibition by Dorothea Prühl and Otto Künzli, Galerie Marzee presents two internationally renowned protagonists of studio jewellery.
So far. The artistic concepts of Dorothea Prühl and Otto Künzli could not be more different. This has rather little to do with age difference or origins: Dorothea Prühl was born in Breslau in 1937, and Otto Künzli was born in Zurich in 1948. Both artists’ work has grown under different socio-cultural living conditions in a divided Germany: since 1956, Dorothea Prühl has lived and worked in Halle an der Saale, Otto Künzli in Munich since 1972.
Dorothea Prühl works with the classical-conventional concepts of juxtaposition, rhythm and symmetry. Otto Künzli often uses conceptual strategies, including the staging of his work in a space.
Dorothea Prühl’s forms have their origin in the real world of her immediate environment, the likeness of which is more or less recognisable. Otto Künzli works with narrative and ambiguity and situates elements of everyday culture in new contexts.
Dorothea Prühl works with wood and metal. Otto Künzli’s palette of materials is constantly expanding.
Dorothea Prühl’s concern is the idea of the image, sculptural-figurative in thought and at peace in itself. Otto Künzli’s work is repeatedly rooted in irony, often provocative and always intellectually challenging.
Dorothea Prühl’s jewellery is the result of concentrated observation. Otto Künzli’s complex works are thought processes translated into material and form.
Dorothea Prühl’s works appear as a continuous succession of different approaches. Otto Künzli’s oeuvre consists of thematically and formally different groups of work.
So near. Dorothea Prühl and Otto Künzli, each in their own way, break with conventional ideas but nevertheless they move within the framework of the established rules of wearable jewellery. The essential convergence between Dorothea Prühl and Otto Künzli lies, perhaps, in their understanding of form, which is based in classical modernism. Furthermore, it confirms their respect for each other’s work. Both pursue their distinctive goals, marked by European culture, with an uncompromising approach. So near – so far.
Noam Elyashiv’s work, jewellery and drawings, focus on the correlation and interaction between line, plane and volume. In her jewellery she captures the precision and linear quality of her drawings in metal.
… the process of creating as an ongoing movement, close to the elements, to the materials and the transformations they go through. One sets the other in motion, evokes thoughts, feelings, deepening the process and keeping it close by. A meditative atmosphere in which matter flows, changes. Heat alters what is, softens shapes, makes something new…
In his childhood, Tore Svensson spent many hours by the small lake of Lomtjärn, near his home in Sweden. Whilst searching for this little lake on Google Maps a few years ago, Svensson found himself looking at it differently. Fascinated by the shape he saw mapped out on his computer screen, he decided to use it in his jewellery, marking the beginning of a new series of brooches. The etching on the surface of these new brooches could, perhaps, suggest the scratches of his ice skates on the frozen lake.
De beste jonge internationale sieraadontwerpers, geselecteerd door Marzee
1 November 2017 – 8 January 2018
The beautiful gallery in museum Het Valkhof in Nijmegen – with its magnificent view over Kelfkensbos and the river Waal – will be the decor for the exhibition De beste jonge internationale sieraadontwerpers.
From the 1st of November 2017 until the 8th of January 2018, an overview of a great variety of works by recently graduated jewellery artists from the most renowned schools and academies across the world, will be on show. This means that design and process are as varied as there are selected works.
Galerie Marzee initiated the Marzee for Starters project to promote artists who participated in Marzee’s Annual International Graduate Show. The exhibition in Museum Het Valkhof will feature works of artists that graduated in 2016 and 2017.
Marzee for Starters at CODA Museum
8 November 2017 – 14 January 2018
CODA Museum in Apeldoorn will show the exhibition Marzee for Starters at CODA Museum from the 8th of November 2017 until the 14th of January 2018. Immediately after entering this leading museum in the field of jewellery, this exhibition will show an overview of a great variety of works by recently graduated jewellery artists from the most renowned schools and academies across the world. This means that design and process are as varied as there are selected works.
Galerie Marzee initiated the Marzee for Starters project to promote artists who participated in Marzee’s Annual International Graduate Show. The exhibition in CODA Museum will feature works of artists that graduated in 2016 and 2017.
19 until 26 November 2016 at RAI Amsterdam
19 and 25 November 12 – 19 pm
20, 21, 22, and 24 november 12- 21 pm
23 and 26 November 12 – 18 pm
20 August until 25 October 2017 at Galerie Marzee
The annual Marzee International Graduation Show, is the highlight of our exhibition calendar, and has grown from a modest affair to an event unparallelled in size and scope. This year’s show presents a selection of jewellery and objects by more than 100 graduates from 40 different art schools and academies from Europe, US, Asia and Australia.
Galerie Marzee is unique in its support for emerging young talent and since 1986 the Marzee International Graduate Show has offered the best new graduates their first opportunity to exhibit in a world-renowned gallery. During the opening we will also award the Marzee Graduate Prize to this year’s most promising students.
This year the Marzee Graduate Prize winners are:
Shahrzad Motallebi – Royal Academy Antwerp, Belgium
Sarah Schuschkleb – Burg Giebichenstein, Halle, Germany
Mia Čopíková – Hochschule Trier, Idar-Oberstein, Germany
Jing Yang – Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, Germany
Manami Aoki – Hiko Mizuno college of jewelry, Tokyo, Japan
Jihyun Kim – Kookmin University, Seoul, South Korea
21 until 24 September 2017
Tresor 17 Messe Basel, stand B9
We cordially invite you to visit Galerie Marzee at Tresor 17 the international fair for contemporary craft at Messe Basel in Switzerland from 21 until 24 September 2017
At Tresor 17 we will show work of Dorothea Prühl, Annelies Planteijdt, Antje Bräuer, Christopher
Thompson Royds and Lucy Sarneel amongst others.
Saturday Night 23 September 2017
20.00 until 24.00 hrs
Nijmeegse Kunstnacht in Galerie Marzee
ArtEZ & VasimZo
Neem bij Galerie Marzee een kijkje voor sieraden van de grote Eindexamententoonstelling, met werk van 100 net afgestudeerde kunstenaars afkomstig van 40 toonaangevende kunstacademies.
Tijdens de Kunstnacht bekijk je in de galerie niet alleen sieraden, maar ook schoenen, bij de expositie Rewind Forward, 10 years of foot wear design van ArtEZ Product Design. Eerstejaars studenten van deze afdeling laten ook nog eens brillen zien en passen.
Bekijk ze, kijk erdoor en ga ermee op de foto!
VasimZO maakt de belevenis van het zien compleet met een programmering van bijzondere muzikale optredens.
Laat je verrassen door singer-songwriter Kiki Mettler, de klassiek geschoolde Chinese pianiste Yugi Han en een Tango demonstratie verzorgd door Claudia Krops en Pieter van Goinga.
11 June until 12 August 2017 at Galerie Marzee
Annelies Planteijdt – Mooie stad – Album – jewellery and objects
Julia Walter – New objects and jewellery skimmed from dreams, journeys and real life
Florian Weichsberger – Warrior – jewellery
Workshop @ Ravary – Work in Progress – jewellery
New work from 2015 and 2016 Marzee Graduate Prize winners: Katharina Dettar, Carrie Dickens, Alžběta Dvořáková, Lilian Mattuschka, Dana Seachuga, Esna Su and Edu Tarín.
26 March until 7 June 2017:
Juliane Brandes – 4HANDS – or how much sculpture can jewellery handle – jewellery
Willemijn de Greef – Recollection I – installation
Dana Hakim – Crafted Fear – jewellery
Graziano Visintin – La Gaia Scienza d’Oro – jewellery
Het Wilde Oog – Corrie & Joseph – traditional Dutch garments, ‘kraplappen’, adapted by contemporary artists
Graziano Visintin, untitled 2017, brooch; copper, glaze, gold leaf, silver
Juliane Brandes, Der Club, 2015, brooch; silver
Het Wilde Oog/Wout Nooitgedagt, kraplap adapted by Lucy Sarneel
Dana Hakim, Crafted Fear, 2015, necklace; iron nets, threads, paint, lacquer
Willemijn de Greef, Recollection I, Strawberry, 2012, object; bronze, clay, glaze, rope, wool
Renate Heintze was ‘Klassiker der Moderne’ at Schmuck 2017. FRAME in München Marzee presented “Where It All Began” on Burg Giebichenstein: the work of Renate Heintze, Dorothea Prühl and their students. From 26 March until 6 June 2017 Marzee will show jewellery of Renate Heintze that is still available.
picture: Renate Heintze, Dumpfe Bewegung, 1987, necklace; titanium. This is one of the first titanium necklaces ever made.
When: 31 May until 5 June 2017
Wednesday May 31, 18.00 – 22.00
Thursday June 1, 12.00 – 21.00
Friday June 3, 12.00 – 21.00
Saturday 4 until Monday 6 June: 11.00 – 18.00
1078 GZ Amsterdam
15 January until 22 March 2017
- A Tribute to Nel Linssen – jewellery
- Helena Lehtinen, Eija Mustonen and Tarja Tuupanen – Hibernate – jewellery
- Nicole Beck – Blown Up – jewellery
- Klasse Mackert – Freie Kunst / Gold und Silberschmieden AdBK Nürnberg, DE – 3 im Weggala, 6 auf Kraut – jewellery
- Product Design ArtEz Arnhem NL – ‘Forms & Fictions’ – supervised by Renate Volleberg
8–14 March 2017
At Frame, Marzee will have a special presentation on the academy of Burg Giebichenstein, with jewellery of it’s former professors Renate Heintze and Dorothea Prühl and former students with among others Antje Bräuer, Beate Klockmann, Rudolf Kocéa, Christine Matthias, Vera Siemund, Karola Torkos, Silke Trekel and Andrea Wippermann.
Pictures ©: Johannes van Camp, Studio ZieZo – Jewellery: courtesy of The Marzee Collection
2–6 February 2017
Saatchi Gallery, London, stand 1.5
6 November 2016 until 11 January 2017
- Iris Bodemer – Notizen (Notes) – jewellery
- Rudolf Kocéa – Into the Face – jewellery
- Tabea Reulecke – Una Manada de Quillotros – jewellery and objects
- Karola Torkos – jewellery
pictures clockwise from top left:
Iris Bodemer, Notes, 2016, necklace; silver
Karola Torkos, untitled I, 2016, reversible necklace; plastic, thread
Rudolf Kocéa, Presentation, 2016, brooch; silver
Tabea Reulecke, Benji, 2016, object; enamel, copper, silver, leather
20 November until 27 November 2016
21 August until 29 October 2016
Marzee International Graduate Show 2016
This annual event, which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary, is the highlight of our exhibition calendar, and has grown from a modest affair to an event unparallelled in size and scope. This year’s show, our biggest yet, will present a selection of jewellery and objects by more than 100 graduates from 40 different art schools and academies from all over the world.
Galerie Marzee is unique in its support for emerging young talent and since 1986 the Marzee International Graduate Show has offered the best new graduates their first opportunity to exhibit in a world-renowned gallery. During the opening we also award the Marzee Graduate Prize to this year’s most promising students.
pictures: Marzee International Graduate Show 2016
12 June until 13 August 2016
- Carmen Hauser – My Most Interior – A Place of Tranquility – jewellery
- Märta Mattsson – Death Occupies The Space Between Us – jewellery
- Christopher Thompson Royds – Natura Morta II – jewellery
- Silke Trekel – Japanese Impressions – jewellery
27 March until 8 June 2016
Cóilín Ó Dubhghaill Transmutation – objects
Cranbrook & CAFA (episode 3 of 3) ‘Baggage – Coffee and Tea’ jewellery and objects
The last in a yearly joint exhibition of students of Cranbrook Academy of Art (US) and China Central Academy of Fine Arts (Beijing)
Sieraden, Kampen’s Choice – portraits and jewellery
photo’s: Johannes van Camp, jewellery from The Marzee Collection
(for more information, see the video of the making of Jewellery, Kampen’s Choice)
In Memoriam: Nel Linssen 1935–2016
Tot ons grote verdriet is Nel Linssen op 1 augustus is overleden. We zullen haar zaterdagse bezoekjes aan de galerie missen en ook haar warme persoonlijkheid en humor. Ze was ons als kunstenaar en als mens zeer dierbaar.