Current Exhibitions The lockdown in The Netherlands has been extended until at least 9 February 2021. Galerie Marzee has to remain closed.We will of course be available by telephone and e-mail and it is possible to send orders to you. Please visit us online and do not hesitate to contact us. In […]
Upcoming Exhibitions 31 January 2021 to 31 March 2021 opening 31 January 2021 at 4pm Juliane Brandes jewellery Antje Bräuer jewellery Ute Eitzenhöfer jewellery Veronika Fabian jewellery
Annelies Planteijdt – Beautiful City – Water 22 March – 31 July 2020 Annelies Planteijdt says of her new series of work, ‘everything is fluid’. Nothing in life is fixed and things are constantly shifting, a pertinent theme in this time of crisis. For nearly 20 years, Dutch jeweller Annelies Planteijdt has been investigating the ideas […]
Annamaria Leiste considers these hat-shaped brooches as protectors of the heart. Interwoven with perishable materials such as vegetable fibres and linen, the silver interior is revealed only when the fibres start to decay and wear away.
Known for her often brightly coloured work, Fragmentology is Karola Torkos’ study of surviving fragments – colourful scraps of plastic, metals and enamel combined to create a series of beautiful, lively necklaces.
Repetition and difference, Piet Dieleman’s new work explores these two concepts. Based on a continuous landscape, the repetition of forms in his paintings suggest a continuation from one canvas to another – the edge of the painting is only a physical condition from which the contents would like to escape.
Annelies Planteijdt says of her new series of work, ‘everything is fluid’. Nothing in life is fixed and things are constantly shifting, a pertinent theme in this time of crisis.
<b>Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg </b><br>3 im Weggla, 6 auf Kraut – Monotasking <br><small>12 January – 18 March 2020</small>
Monotasking marks the fourth iteration of 3 im Weggla, 6 auf Kraut, an exhibition series created and curated by Suska Mackert’s students at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremburg (DE). Curated by Paula Flock, Markus Haas and Sophia Tartler, Monotasking explores what it means to touch, taste, smell or hear objects, without seeing them.
Swedish silversmith Anders Ljungberg’s work is an investigation of functional objects and our relationship to them. He peels back layers of everyday use to reveal something hidden under the blanket of habitual, daily actions. He says, ‘I‘m describing a situation where user, room and object are elements in a story that hopefully can say something significant about our time.’
Inspiration comes from any- and everywhere for Rudolf Kocéa – something seen or heard or read in a newspaper. His simple forms are profoundly evocative, and in this new exhibition his jewellery talks of politics, ancient history, myth and material. The eponymous Clowns, rendered in fine silver and enamel, are drawn from the global political stage