x + 1 BOXES

The ever-changing, age-old task of container design … A container to hold the seven possessions of homo mobilis. The nomad of the Stone Age carried a bundle, the sailor had his seaman’s chest; in the Middle Ages artful coffers revealed a traveller’s social status, while radicals of the 60s generation regularly used orange crates and moving boxes as bookcases.

Exhibition | Munich | February 21, 2015 - March 1, 2015

Family Matters. Cohen, Lambl: Designers' Choice

Specialising in highly sophisticated woodworking, the Italian family-owned company Mattiazzi is in the process of redefining itself. The extended ‘family’ of internationally renowneddesigners such as Konstantin Grcic, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Jasper Morrison, Sam Hecht, and Nitzan Cohen have all contributed their designs and specific manufacturing knowledge to the company.

Exhibition | Munich | from February 21, 2015

Anton Cepka – Kinetic Jewelry

The jewellery and object artist Anton Cepka is one of the most important jewelry makers of the 20th century. Born in 1936 in Sulekovo, Czechoslovakia – now Slovakia – Cepka was a leading exponent of the modern jewelry after World War II. Today he is respected as the doyen of both Slovakian and Czech jewelry

Exhibition | Munich | March 14, 2015 – June 7, 2015

Harebutai. A grand occasion. The Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry

A special occasion for a special location – parallel to the exhibition on Anton Cepka, one of the masters of art jewelry, this year the space "under the staircase" will again serve as an experimental workshop for the younger generation: Die Neue Sammlung will show student work from the highly renowned Hiko Mizuno College of Jewelry in Tokyo

Exhibition | Munich | March 14, 2015 - March 22, 2015

Toni Greenbaum. MAG to SNAG: American Studio Jewelry, 1940-1970

The development of American studio jewelry is not very well-known in Europe. Art historian Toni Greenbaum will discuss cogent issues affecting the evolution of studio jewelry in America during the mid-twentieth century.

Lecture | Munich | March 15, 2015 | 11.00 a.m.