Jewelry blooms


Jewelry blooms
Seven artists show works that play with the structures and natural forms of grasses, leaves and flowers.
until 02.04.2023today: 15:00 - 18:00  

GEDOK München e.V.

The word hu|mus is derived from the Latin word for earth or soil. By definition, humus is the fertile part of the soil. It is formed by the decomposition of organic matter; numerous microorganisms are involved in the decomposition process. Humus thus forms the starting point for new plant growth – an eternal cycle. This can be interpreted as an analogy to creative processes.

The numerous starting points of the artists participating in the exhibition reflect the natural diversity that grows out of the fertile earth. They range from formal inspiration to concepts of content to the use of ephemeral materials, directly or indirectly as a medium for finding form.

The works play with structures and natural forms such as grasses, leaves and flowers.

Exhibiting: Pia Duppich, Kira Fritsch, Katja Höltermann, Gottlinde Singer, Monika Vesely, Hanni Weber, Christine Demmel.

Special opening hours: The exhibiting artists are present 09.03. to 12.03. and 01.04. to 02.04.2023 starting already from 11:00 till 18:00.



Schleißheimer Str. 61
80797 München

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  • Zeitraum:

    09.03. – 02.04.2023

  • opening hours:

    Tuesday until Friday: 15:00 - 18:00

  • Note on access:

    Special opening hours: 09.03. to 12.03. and 01.04. to 02.04.2023 from 11:00 to 18:00. The exhibiting artists are present at these times.

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Jewelry blooms
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GEDOK München e.V.

With around 300 members, GEDOK Munich is the largest regional section within the nation-wide GEDOK organization. It acts interdisciplinarily (visual arts, applied arts, music and literature) and supports professional women artists. GEDOK is the largest and longest serving interdisciplinary artists‘ organisation for women in Germany.