The jewelry of the artist couple, Margit Jäschke and Georg Dobler is unusual and striking. He is otherwise in galleries in New York, Vienna, Munich, or in the Dutch town of Nijmegen this weekend, but also in the hall.
Starting this Thursday, may 9. July until Sunday, 12. July, invite you to their Studio exhibition at the rathenauplatz. "For the past 18 years, there is one weekend a summer and a winter exhibition for me", says Margit Jäschke. But this year, it is due to the Coronavirus in a different way: Thus, in the small Studio, the distance requirement can be met, are guests at the four days of the welcome. "About ten people can view the exhibition at the same time," says Dobler, and refers to the wait option with a glass of wine on the terrace.a graduate of the University of art Burg Giebichenstein
While the 57-year-old Margit Jäschke's axes as a native of Halle, serine, and graduated from the art College Burg Giebichenstein with the hall of the city closely linked, so Georg Dobler's been to almost everywhere at home: In Franconia, where he was born, and goldsmith, studied in Berlin, where he worked in the workshop of a major jewelry manufacturer and later a Studio collective founded and avant-garde jewelry earned his first awards.
exhibitions in the United States and many European countries followed and since 2002 he has also taught at the Hildesheim College for Applied science and art. "Since last year I am retired and can devote myself full-time to jewelry design. I'm in the depths of my heart an artist,“ says the now 68-Year-old.Unusual To see large-format jewelry
Margit Jäschke, who will present their works in October at the Leipzig Grassi fair, shows in addition to their jewelry, graphics, collages, and wall objects. And also, for further exhibitions, the hall of artists is posted a couple already: Due to Corona an exhibition in the Paris gallery Mazlo is moved from 2020 to 2021. Also in the coming year a joint exhibition in the Viennese gallery Slavik is planned.
""The Studio at the Rathenauplatz 4 is on 9. July and Friday, 10. July, from 17 to 21 PM and on Saturday, 11. July, from 16 to 20 PM and on Sunday, 12. July, 14 to 18 hours. Registration is not required. (mz)
This article was written by Silvia Zöller
*The contribution of "New York, Wien, hall: artist couple brings objects in the home" published by Central German newspaper. Contact with the executives here.Central German newspaper Updated Date: 09 July 2020, 17:26