Juliane Noack “It’s no jewellery, it’s art – Mein Beitrag zur Archäologie der Zukunft.” | 24.7.-5.9.2015 | BKV Gallery Munich

Exhibition: 24 july – 5 september 2015
Opening: 23 july 2015, 18.30 – 20.30 h
Opening Times: Mo-Sa 10-18 h

Gallery of the Bavarian Arts & Crafts Council
Pacellistr. 6-8
80333 Munich

Juliane

Über die Ausstellung:

Die figürlichen Arbeiten von Juliane Noack sind Begleiter, Beschützer  und Totemtiere. Sie sind Rätsel und Kommunikation zugleich. Juliane Noack war jemand, der Interaktion suchte und provozierte – zwischen sich und Anderen oder zwischen Menschen im Allgemeinen«, schreibt Prof. Daniel Kruger in seinem Nachruf.
Juliane Noack starb im Alter von nur 30 Jahren beim Flugzeugabsturz in den französischen Alpen am 24. März 2015. Eine Auswahl ihrer Schmuckstücke und Objekte wird hier retrospektiv gezeigt.

Kuratiert von Katrin Eitner

Juliane Noack wird als Begleitausstellung zu “Wo alles anfängt” Studierende, Graduierte und Lehrende der Schmuckklasse der Burg Giebichenstein stellen aus. Kuratiert von Prof. Daniel Kruger, in Koop. mit dem Bayerischen Kunstgewerbeverein, Galerie für Angewandte Kunst, München im gleichen Zeitraum gezeigt. (Informationen zur Ausstellung)

Ulo Florack “SMASHED INVESTMENT ON THE WALL (36 stories) 2002-2012 | 4.7.-31.8.2015

Exhibition: 4 july – 31 august 2015
Vernissage: Friday, 3 july, 19 h

Galerie Katrin Eitner
at Exhibitionroom C. Hartwig
Elberfelder Str. 35
10555 Berlin

Ulo Florack

>> About Ulo Florack

Galerie Katrin Eitner is showing Ulo Florack “SMASHED INVESTMENT ON THE WALL” (36 stories) 2002-2012 – 36 object boxes which are complex little worlds plenty of enigmas. Again and again the contemplator find new details, new relations between the
paintings on the outside and the “heads” on the inside, which are made from casting investment.

This exhibition reveals Ulo Florack as a painter but also the relation with his work as a jewellery artist and object maker as well as the connection between.

Ulo Florack, born 1958 in Augsburg, Germany, was a student of Prof. Herman Jünger and Prof. Jörg Immendorf at the Academy of Art Munich. He is presented in numerous collections.
Galerie Katrin Eitner is gladly announcing to show works by Ulo Florack for the first time since the Nineties in Berlin.

Galerie Katrin Eitner is a moving gallery in temporary spaces, based
in Berlin. Until 31th august 2015 you may find Galerie Katrin Eitner at Exhibition Room C. Hartwig, Elberfelder Str. 35, 10555 Berlin.  Opening times during exhibitions: Wednesday to Friday 15-18 h, Saturday 13-18 h. And by appointment.
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Kathrin Borst, Rebecca Lomfeld, Anija Seedler | 5-27|6|2015

Exhibition: 5th – 27th june 2015
Vernissage: thursday, 4th june, 19 h

Galerie Katrin Eitner at
Exhibition Room Claudia Hartwig
Elberfelder Str. 35
10555 Berlin

Galerie Katrin Eitner is a moving gallery in temporary spaces. From 4th june to 31th august 2015 you may find Galerie Katrin Eitner at Exhibibition Room C. Hartwig, Elberfelder Str. 35, 10555 Berlin. (>> Google Maps)
(Opening times during exhibitions: Wednesday to Friday 15-18 h, Saturday 13-18 h. And by appointment.)

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We mourn the loss of Juliane Noack

We mourn the loss of Juliane Noack. 1984-2015. Speachless.
Dear Jule. Farewell. We will miss you so much.

Daniel Kruger, Professor of the Schmuckklasse at Burg Giebichenstein, Academy of Art, Halle has written an obituary for Juliane Noack. The english version was first published at Art Jewelry Forum. A german version can be found at the gallery-website.

In Memory of Juliane Noack

1984-2015

Juliane Noack, Foto: Jörg Lipskoch

Juliane Noack, Foto: Jörg Lipskoch

From the obituary by Daniel Kruger: “Juliane Noack’s interests spanned jewelry making, music, experimental fashion and design, and figurative sculpture. An excellent draftsperson, Juliane had an unusual facility for understanding and implementing skills of all kinds: She could make whatever she wanted and never stinted on the time and effort required. She applied the same intense energy to life in general as she did to her artistic pursuits. Her slogan was, “Los, wir machen das jetzt!” (Come on, let’s do it now!).”

Goetheinstitut selects Rahel Fiebelkorn to be a participant of Berlin-Dubai Festival 2014

Rahel Fiebelkorn was invited by Goetheinstitut to be one of four Berlin based participants of Berlin-Dubai Festivals 2014. This years focus – “Jewellery is a cultural statement – Global Places, Local Sign“.
(Further  participants are Mirjam Hiller, Silke Spitzer and Catalina Brenes Orfebre (from Berlin) as well as Amal Haliq, Noura Alserkal, Muna Alhaddad and Fatima Al Qassimi (from Dubai)).

Workshops in Dubai and Berlin,
Exhibition 11.-12.11.2014, A4 Space, Dubai, VAE
Goetheinstitut Berlin-Dubai-Festival 2014

Press: ART AUREA online about the project