Winter Journey 25 Years Galerie Slavik
- The gallery's artists
- 18.11.2016 - 4.2.2017
Kazumi Nagano, Necklace, woven, gold – Magically woven art works of noble Japanese simplicity.
Opening and presentation of catalogue
on 18.11. at 18:00
The gallery’s artists
This year it is the Galerie Slavik’s great joy to be celebrating its 25th anniversary with two large exhibitions. The first of these, JEWELLERY CITY TALK, took place in May and was a great success, setting tongues wagging on the subject of jewellery all over Vienna and beyond. Now it is time for the second exhibition, WINTERREISE – WINTER JOURNEY, which will also be accompanied by a catalogue. In times of change, the Galerie Slavik stands for continuity.
WINTER JOURNEY, which opens on 18 November 2016, will showcase a multitude of exciting jewellery objects from the hands of our artists. The works display not only an impressive diversity of forms – from the strictly geometrical through the architectural to the enchantingly imaginative and witty – but also a rich range of materials including gold and silver, stainless steel and platinum, and organic materials such as wood and charcoal, not to mention plastics, enamel, ancient glass beads and special precious stones. These one-off pieces possess astounding artistic quality and a fascinating richness and fertility of ideas – heaven on earth for all lovers of the art of fine jewellery!
The following artists are participating:
Alexandra Brachtendorf, Paula Crespo, Susanne Elstner, Ramon Puig Cuyàs, Birgit Hagmann, Stephan Hampala, Nicole Heidemann, Mirjam Hiller, Tomas Hoke, Stephanie Jendis, Karin Johansson, Konrad Laimer, Gigi Mariani, Christine Matthias, Thanh-Truc Nguyen, Barbara Paganin, Letizia Plankensteiner, Bao Toan Puls, Wolfgang Rahs, Liliana Reyes, Isabell Schaupp, Claude Schmitz, Tereza Seabra, Yoko Shimizu, Jiri Sibor, Giovanni Sicuro, Martin Spreng, Claudia Steiner, Detlef Thomas, Silvia Walz.
Interested? Then we are looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition!
With warmest greetings
Renate Slavik and Jutta Pietsch
yellow rushClaude SchmitzNr. 111617
twisted circlesJiri SiborNr. 111215
To keep memoriesLiliana ReyesNr. 121601
TangarinesNicola HeidemannNr. 119315
ring sculptureGiovanni SicuroNr. 117911
Riding a donkeyWolfgang RahsNr. 111812
reflections – light – geometry redSilvia WalzNr. 120505
necklaceAlexandra BrachtendorfNr. 121101
necklaceBirgit HagmannNr. 119503
kiteThanh-Truc NguyenNr. 119206
Hofmannsthal #1Stephan HampalaNr. 110314
earringsLetizia PlankensteinerNr. 116610
crazy ballGigi MarianiNr. 119602
broochSusanne ElstnerNr. 120906
braceletChristine MatthiasNr. 120202
BraceletPaula CrespoNr. 118903
Alva with necklace soundtrackKarin JohanssonNr. 120104
3 D squaresYoko ShimizuNr. 113410
The guests are coming….
Renate Slavik and Dr. Agnes Husslein-Arco
A crush of people
Tomas Hoke´s come back as a jewellery artist.
Mrs. and Mr. Bollmann congratulating, too.
Renate Slavik welcoming the guests.
The Hoke Brothers and the modell of the gallery.
Artists, clients and friends …
Heidi Bollmann looks back and …into the future!
10 reasons to read this catalogue…
Claudia Lehner- Jobst
Silvia Walz and Ramòn Puig Cuyàs from Barcelona, Jiri Sibor from Bratislava and Stephanie Jendis from Berlin.
Brooch twisted circles by Jiri Sibor
Letizia Plankensteiner mid-conversation
Also little ones were here.
Wolfgang Rahs from Graz.
The celebrations go on in the beautiful Winter Palace of Prince Eugen .
Simon is offering delicacy.
Paul serves the guests in his charming way.
The sala terrena at the Winter Palace.
Everybody is listening fascinated.
A great musical programme performed by Anita Eberwein, Georg Lehner and Frizz Fischer.
together with Simon and 25 red roses …..
Renate and her girls since 25 years ….
On behalf of the jewellery artists Nicola Heidemann thanks Renate for all her effort and never ending enthusiasm.
Paloma plays the violine.
Rudi Leitner is reciting Weinheber to praise the artists.
25 years of the Slavik Gallery – a wonderful cake made by Sandrina Rausch. The rolling disc is part of the decoration.
Paul and Matthias offering the cake.
The brooch Stoneborough Wittgenstein by Michael Becker.
Proudly presenting Defner and Becker.
Simon with Konrad Laimer – both of them with Laimer – brooches.