Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

With jewelry, silversmithing and ceramics at the IHM Munich. This is what the exhibition at Handwerk & Design would have looked like!

Since 1989, the Rosemarie Jäger Gallery has shown both classical positions and exceptional concepts from contemporary applied art. In the process, Rosemarie Jäger has always emphasized the quality of the works on display. The gallery, which is located in an old Baroque building in Hochheim between Frankfurt and Mainz, provides a space where international applied art can develop and be showcased, and the combination of historic ambiance and contemporary works consistently makes for exciting presentations.

Giampaolo Babetto, Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

Giampaolo Babetto, necklace, 2017. 750 gold, pigments. Photo Giustino Chemello.

The changing exhibitions forge links between different artistic disciplines or are devoted to the comprehensive presentation of individual artists, including both established masters and young talents. Personal encounters and direct personal viewing are cultivated here in specific ways.

Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

Sungho Cho, vessel Transition of traces, 2019. 925 silver, Ø 15.5 × 17cm.

Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

Felicia Mülbaier, brooch, 2020. Lapis lazuli, 585 gold.

In the field of art jewelry, Rosemarie Jäger wanted to present during Frame important representatives of the School of Padua (Giampaolo Babetto, Francesco Pavan and Annamaria Zanella), along with artists who studied or taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich (for example, Alexandra Bahlmann, Helen Britton, Bettina Dittlmann, Therese Hilbert, Ike Jünger, Otto Künzli, Felix Lindner, Christa Lühtje, Yutaka Minegishi, Bettina Speckner, Sabine Steinnhäusler und Mirei Takeuchi), as well as Gésine Hackenberg, Svenja John and the young artist Felicia Mülbaier. Rosemarie Jäger’s gallery planned to display also works by leading German ceramists such as Johannes Nagel, Sebastian Scheid, Martin Schlotz, as well as Julian Stair from London. The selection of metal art should be likewise important with works by Otto Baier, Peter Bauhuis, Rudolf Bott, Kerstin Becker, Sungho Cho, Antje Dienstbir, Simone ten Hompel, Juliane Schölß, Ja-kyung Shin, Clemens Stier and Christoph Weißhaar. Magnificent wooden objects by Ernst Gamperl should round out the exhibition which doesn‘t take place now.

Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

Johannes Nagel, Stegreif # 101-103, 2019. Porcelain, H 54, H 40, H 43 cm. Photo Tom Dachs.

  • IHM, Neue Messe München
    Halle B1
    Munich, Germany
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