Circa 250 exhibitors invite guests for creative sharing and unforgettable shopping experiences in Hall B1 from March 7th through 13th, 2018. Far from the mainstream, the items on display in Munich appeal to jewelry lovers, fashionistas and fans of contemporary design. “Many visitors use Handwerk & Design to get an overview, to meet special craftspeople and to see exclusive products, or to schedule a personal appointment for visiting an atelier after the fair,” says Dieter Dohr, chairman of the board of GHM Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen mbH.
Particular attractions at Handwerk & Design are the special shows Exempla, Talente, Meister der Moderne and Schmuck. Schmuck (Jewelry), which is regarded as world’s most important exhibit of contemporary auteur jewelry, annually makes Munich a meeting place for the international jewelry scene. A large number of exhibitions featuring contemporary jewelry also take place throughout the city and in Munich’s surrounding area.
Galerie Biro (Zieblandstrasse 19) presents jewelry by Gabi Dziuba in a show entitled “From Berlin with Love / Bits of Treasure” from March 7th to 17th and in another show called “Svenja John, Intersection” from March 9th to April 14th. Vernissage: March 8th, 3:00 p.m. Also, as usual, Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch and Gerd Rothmann, “Returning to the Jewel is a Return from Exile, No. 10” on March 9th, 10th and 11th at Münchner Künstlerhaus, Lenbachplatz 8.
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A success story at the crafts fair, the Frame concept is a high-class augmentation to the special shows which the Chamber of Commerce of Munich and Upper Bavaria organizes at the Handwerk & Design fair. Represented this year: Platina Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden; Ra Gallery, Amsterdam, and Marzee Gallery, Nijmegen, both from the Netherlands; the three German galleries Rosemarie Jäger from Hochheim, Spektrum from Karlsruhe, and Biro from Munich; returning exhibitor Atta Gallery from Bangkok, Thailand; NZ Makers from New Zealand; and the Swiss gallery collective Tactile & Annick Zufferey from Geneva. Further information about the fair is available at www.ihm-handwerk-design.com. The complete program is available in PDF format here
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