The special show SCHMUCK at internationale handwerksmesse is the major event in the field of contemporary art Jewellery. Founded by Herbert Hofmann in 1959, it is now one of the most outstanding exhibitions on the internationally jewellery scene and a meeting place for collectors, gallery owners, museum curators and jewellery artists from all over the world. For this reason, there is a range of other events relating to SCHMUCK that are held at galleries, studios and museums throughout the entire city. 

You are cordially invited to Galerie Birós three shows with Peter Bauhuis and CoCo Sung during this special event:
 
 
Peter Bauhuis 
Thesaurus
Ketten und Blumen

March 10 – April 29  at Galerie Biró 


Peter Bauhuis 
Thesaurus
Nordic Gold, Corinthian Bronze

March 10 – 18  Galerie Biró at Galerie Jordanow next door Zieblandstr. 19 / 80799 München

The Thesauros was the treasure house of the ancient Greeks. The Thesaurus is also a dictionary, a collection of references. Bauhuis shows new treasures, such as chain sculptures and mathematical jewellery and vessels made of materials with history in these two exhibitions.
 
Opening of both shows: Thursday, March 9, 4 pm
 
:: Galerie Biró opening hours during SCHMUCK: Thursday – Saturday 11 am to 7 pm, Sunday noon to 7 pm ::
 
 

 

Galerie Biró Junior presents for the first time the Korean artist:

CoCo Sung 
KARMA
Installations and drawings

March 6 – 18  Galerie Biró Junior at Galerie Royal around the corner Luisenstr. 66 / 80798 München

Opening: Sunday, March 5,  11 am

KARMA is a project of Galerie Biró Junior curated by Kinga Zobel. For the first time we dedicate a solo show to CoCo Sung, an upcoming artist from Korea who studied jewelry at Burg Giebichenstein in Halle, Germany. CoCo has an education in fine arts as well, the symbiosis of fine art and the perfect craftsmanship in her jewelry are exiting and new. The exhibition KARMA shows installations with jewelry pieces and drafts by CoCo Sung.
 
:: Galerie Biró Junior opening hours during SCHMUCK: Monday-Saturday 11 am to 7 pm, Sunday noon to 3 pm ::