Uli Biskup At Spandow Gallery

Ausstellung mit Arbeiten von Ursula Biskup in Berlin-Spandau

Winner of two state awards, Ursula Biskup ranks among those designers who wed perfected craftsmanship to innovative ideas in their jewelry. Born in Bergisch-Gladbach in 1965, Uli Biskup studied jewelry design at Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences after training as a goldsmith under Thomas and Ilse Dawo.

Uli Biskup jewelry

Uli Biskup, tutu_anker necklace. Blackened 925 silver

She graduated in 1997, and has been working freelance since 1999. For her tutu series, Biskup interlaces gossamer-fine silver threads to create spatially encompassing structures. Compellingly lightweight and flexible for excellent wearing comfort, the meshwork is ideal for earrings and necklaces. The meshwork is crafted from up to ten threads using precise mathematical specifications. Nevertheless, the result always radiates an eminently natural, gracefully flowing, softly weightless aura. The exhibition at Spandow Gallery, which starts with a summer festival and the vernissage on the first Saturday in September, is the 108th event organized by Helge Mischler, manager of the gallery in Berlin-Spandau. As always, visitors can look forward to enjoying not only exciting jewelry creations, but also live music and artworks created by members of the Brut Interstellar group, such as Betty Boese, Christoph Damm, Christian Ebel and Peter Schlangenbader.

Uli Biskup jewelry

o tutu_lilly earrings. Blackened 925 silver. German Design Award Nominee 2016

Text Reinhold Ludwig

  • Galerie Spandow
    Fischerstraße 28 /
    Entrance Breite Straße 23
    13597 Berlin
  • Summer party
    03.09.2016, 3–9 pm
    Exhibition and opening
    05.–24.09.2016
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