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    he explored for the past years Tin and gold pendant Pure tin is very soft and the person using it as jewellery can wear it in numerous different positions künstlerhaus performance An exhibit juxtaposing the physical dimensions of jewellery with its emotional and conceptual dimensions Silver folding The steel base of a table led to various pieces in folded silver acrylic ring from the seventies Colour had great influence for

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  • News • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    Museum London touring exhibition Unexpected Pleasures looks at what we mean by jewel read more 10 Mai 2012 Die Sammlung Schullin DIE SAMMLUNG SCHULLIN SCHMUCK DESIGN AUS DEN 1990er JAHREN Vernissage Donnerstag 3 Mai 2012 19 00 Uhr Ausstellung 4 Mai 5 August 2012 Museum read more 27 April 2012 FRITZ GOES FASHION Le Meridien Vienna FRITZ GOES FASHION ROOM 810 Fritz Maierhofer s work exists in a world that is vibrant and diverse He is not the kind of artist who having com read more 08 März 2012 Die lange Nacht der Schmuckkunst 2011 Fritz Maierhofer am Dienstag den 8 November 2011 von 17 24 Uhr bei Theuermann Wien Neutorgasse nbs read more 30 Oktober 2011 WOODS at Caroline van Hoek 10 09 2011 29 10 2011 A selection by Caroline Van Hoek of contemporary art jewelry by 21 artists made principally in wood VOLKER ATROPS DE A read more 09 September 2011 SODAwise Istanbul As part of the SODAwise discussion series SODA continues to bring together creative souls from different disciplines and careers to share and discuss v read more 09 Juni 2011 Book Fritz Maierhofer Jewellery More Fritz Maierhofer Jewellery More The first comprehensive monograph surveying the work of Fritz Maierhofer one of Austria s leadin read more 15 März 2011 FRITZ MAIERHOFER 70 RINGS CAROLINE VAN HOEK CONTEMPORARY ART JEWELRY BRUSSELS rue van eyck 57 24 02 11 23 04 11 Photos Review I visited a solo exhibi read more 05 März 2011 FIVE OF A KIND 2011 Hart Heuser Maierhofer Partington Rahs edited by Manuela Schlossinger 17 21 March 2011 Galerie Jordanow Fürstenstraße 11 Munich Opening H read more 05 März 2011 five of a kind 2010 Positionen anwendbarer Kunst Margit Hart A Stefan Heuser D Fritz Maierhofer A Kathryn Partington GB Wolfgang Rahs A

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  • Statement • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    small but also in larger dimensions to present the form more clearly Among my works is a sculpture I was commissioned to do in 1986 for a fountain in Kagran a suburb of Vienna Colour in my work meant a great deal to me in the seventies Colourful London the brilliant colours of the plastics of the hoardings in Soho neon signs at Piccadilly and my profession as a jewellery maker in London a symbiosis of colour gold and silver My first independent pieces of jewellery were created Cheap materials of daily use acrylic glass contrasted with precious ones From that point on this became an aspect of my work What is relevant and most important to me is the inner really true value of the material I am using It should show its true characteristics a clear provocative statement without any compromises Tin is pliable plastic colourful and gold as strong as steel After working with synthetic materials and precious metals in the seventies by 1980 I was expressing my ideas in tin and gold Pure tin is very soft and the person using it as jewellery can wear it in numerous different positions I worked small segments of gold the function of which was to hold the jewellery in place into each piece In 1988 the Victoria and Albert Museum exhibited works showing the impressions of my then two year stay in London in a personal exhibition I create my works as independent as small sculptures and to be hung on the wall to bring them closer to their audience Jewellery should not be put away in cases but kept where it is visible when not being worn The relationship between an item of jewellery and the wearer is intense which means that it is worn both consciously and with emotion at the right moment Thus it passes on its signals and messages I am aware of the fact that I also demand a certain prerequisite of strength from those who wear my jewellery and risk attracting a good deal of attention It is considerably easier to mention that you have a Picasso at home than to explain why and how it is that you are wearing precisely this item of jewellery For these reasons it is always important to me also to make larger objects and sculptures which accentuate the forms from my world of jewellery Jewellery thus becomes an artistic medium which enjoys equal rights with painting sculpture and architecture in imparting messages which include certain aspects of our environment and the discussion they involve Understanding the quality of jewellery appreciating it and fathoming its point demands no less attention than is needed to express an opinion on a painting or any other form or art Jewellery can however be much more It can be integrated into fields such as fashion furniture or theatre Yet jewellery artists all have their own independence their own messages and intellectual references to form material and themes I would like

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  • Exhibitions Group • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim 1989 Perth International Crafts Triennial Art Gallery of Western Australia Refektorium St Michael Vienna 1988 Schmuckauktion Dorotheum Vienna Schmuck aus Österreich Galerie Michèle Zeller Bern Benson Hedges Art Design Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg Künstler Ateliers 1988 Donaufestival Niederösterreich Schmuckobjekt 88 Künstlerhaus Vienna 1987 Europa Joyerìa Contemporànea Barcelona Kunststoff 3rd international summerexhibition of jewellery Galerie Michèle Zeller Bern Phänomen Schmuck Zeichen am Körper Linz Jablonec 87 Czechoslovakia Bijoux autrichiens 1987 Brussels 1986 Evolution of jewellery 86 Padova Galerie Maya Behn Zürich 1985 International exhibition Nya smycken Stockholm Schmuck Galerie Michèle Zeller Bern Körper plus Basel Austrian Avantgarde Galerie nouvelles images The Hague Opening exhibition of Suse Wassibauer s Gallery Kunstformen jetzt Salzburg Gemeindemuseum The Hague Schmuck Objekte Zeichnungen W 3 6 Vienna 1984 Jewellery International New York Base and Noble Electrum Gallery London Körper plus Galerie Michèle Zeller Bern Contemporary Jewellery National Museum of Modern Art Kyoto and Tokyo Contemporary Austrian Art Biennale in Venice Gioiello arte contemporaneo d Austria Ateneo San Basso 1983 Inno alla gioia Galerie Tot Padova Schmuck in der Kunst Katzenberg 1982 Enamel travelling exhibition Craft Fair Munich Schmuck 82 Tendenzen Jewellery Museum Pforzheim Internationales Kunsthandwerk Burgdorf Switzerland 1981 Schmuck International Künstlerhaus Vienna The Ring Electrum Gallery London Enamel Galerie am Graben Vienna and on tour in Europe and Australia 1980 Enamel Jewellery and Tableware in the past and present Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim and tour Goldschmiedehaus Hanau Galerie am Graben Vienna 1979 Schmuck Tischgerät aus Österreich continued International Jewellery Art Exhibition Tokyo Möbel Künstlerhaus Vienna Applied Art in Austria today Kunstgewerbemuseum Köln 1978 Neue Galerie Linz Museum of Decorative Arts Lausanne Goldschmiedehaus Hanau Landesmuseum Joanneum Augusteum Salzburg Galerie Albertstrasse Graz Schmuck Tischgerät aus Österreich 1904 1908 1973 1977 Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim 1977 Tendenzen 77 Pforzheim 1976 International Contemporary Art Fair 76 Paris Galerie Wolkenstein Vienna

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  • Exhibitions Solo • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    ECR 1999 Vienna 1998 The Ring Künstlerhaus Vienna 1997 Jewellery up to the present day Looshaus Vienna 1995 Villa de Bondt Gent Promenadengasse Vienna 1994 Galerie Ibo Klagenfurt 1993 New Jewels Gallery Knokke Heist Belgium 1992 Künstlerhaus Wien Kinogalerie Vienna 1990 New Jewels Kunstgalery Knokke Heist Belgium Galerie Christine Marschalek Vienna 1989 Zentralsparkasse Alserstrasse Vienna 1988 Strandcafe Spitz an der Donau Traude Fritsch bittet zu Fritz Maierhofer Neue Arbeiten aus England 1987 Sedgwick Centre London Victoria and Albert Museum London 1986 Galerie Würthle Vienna 1983 Galerie Michèle Zeller Bern Schmuck für Körper und Raum Volksbank Zwettl 1982 Galerie Ibo Klagenfurt Schmuck in Zinn und Gold Galerie am Graben Vienna 1981 Kleine Galerie Linz 1979 Schmuckformen Galerie am Graben Vienna 1978 Galerie Klosterstrasse Linz Galerie am Graben Vienna Sparkasse Melk Zentralsparkasse Elterleinplatz Vienna 1977 Metallzeichnungen in Gold und Silber Galerie am Graben Vienna Galerie Maringer St Pölten 1975 Gold and acrylic jewellery Electrum Gallery London Der Kunstladen Neubeuern Galerie am Graben Vienna 1974 Galerie Kaiser Vienna Galerie am Graben Vienna 1973 Galerie Nouvelles Images The Hague Galerie Sven Paris 1972 Galerie Arkade Schullin Graz Schmuck Objekte Metall und Acrylic Galerie in der Blutgasse Vienna 1971 Galerie Fath Göppingen Galerie in der

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  • Curriculum • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    sculpture for the Villa de Bondt Gent 1991 1998 Directed the jewellery design workshop Akademie Graz 1990 Austrian Design Award acknowledgement 1989 Received the Carinthian Private Galleries Award and held tutorial lectures at the Royal College of Art London 1988 Returned to Austria 1987 Temporarily went back to London following an invitation of the Sir John Cass College of Art and started to work on forms and structures in gold and silver inspired by the building sites in the City This work is exhibited in the Victoria and Albert Museum London Guest lecturer at the Royal College of Art and Epsom College 1986 Designed a fountain sculpture for the council square in Kagran Vienna 1985 Opened a workshop and gallery in Vienna together with three other artists used for seminars and as an Intensivworkshop 1980 Began to experiment with jewellery in tin and gold 1979 Furniture designs in cooperation with Wiener Damaszierkunst in Vienna tables and screens 1977 Worked on metal drawings in silver and gold 1975 Bought a farmhouse near Artstetten in Lower Austria restored it and built his studio there 1974 Took part in a steel symposium third object in steel and acrylic 1972 Wall objects in acrylic and aluminium 1971 Made the first object in acrylic and brass 1970 Returned to Vienna and had his first exhibition in Salzburg 1969 Began to work free lance in London started to experiment with acrylic in combination with gold and silver 1967 Went to London and worked there for Andrew Grima Was in charge of making a watch collection for Omega which was exhibited at Goldsmiths Hall in 1970 and also shown in several other countries 1966 Took the diploma 1965 Took charge of running the workshop 1955 Began a traditional goldsmith apprenticeship with Anton Heldwein a well known jeweller

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  • Work • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    Foldings Gold Corian Brooches Corian Rings Structures in Gold and Silver Tin and Gold Metaldrawings Acrylic Cufflinks Sculptures Performances Contact Fritz Maierhofer Email send email Phone 43 699 1944 1084 Links Arnoldsche Publishers Klimt02 Künstlerhaus Vienna MAK Vienna Margit Hart Recent News 17 10 2015 PADUA PALAZZO ZUCKERMANN 01 03 2015 RUTHIN CRAFT CENTRE THE CENTRE FOR THE APPLIED ARTS opening Friday 17 April 2015 7 00pm 9 00pm 19

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  • Contact • Fritz Maierhofer • Art Jewellery Sculpture
    Gentzgasse 103 Phone 43 699 1944 1084 Email fm fritz maierhofer com Name Email Subject Message Größere Kartenansicht Contact Fritz Maierhofer Email send email Phone 43 699 1944 1084 Links Arnoldsche Publishers Klimt02 Künstlerhaus Vienna MAK Vienna Margit Hart Recent News 17 10 2015 PADUA PALAZZO ZUCKERMANN 01 03 2015 RUTHIN CRAFT CENTRE THE CENTRE FOR THE APPLIED ARTS opening Friday 17 April 2015 7 00pm 9 00pm 19 01

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