Daniel Kruger | Schmuck Nr.5

Dauer der Ausstellung 10.09. bis 16.10.2021

Softopening in Anwesenheit des Künstlers
09. September von 16 bis 20 Uhr

Liebe Freunde der Galerie Biró,
einen spannenden Auftakt zum Kunstherbst verspricht uns die Ausstellung mit neuen Arbeiten von Daniel Kruger. Mit seiner Farbenpracht holen wir uns nochmal den Sommer ins Haus und lassen uns von seiner wunderbaren Formensprache verführen. Viele seiner Arbeiten haben eine feine erotische Sinnlichkeit, sie nehmen uns mit auf exotische Reisen und bringen uns doch stets wohltuend wieder zu uns zurück.

Dear friends of Galerie Biró,
The exhibition of new works by Daniel Kruger promises us an exciting start into the autumn season. With Daniels colorfulness we extend the summer. Let us be enchanted by his wonderful shapes. Many of his works have a fine erotic sensuality, they take us to exotic journeys and yet always pleasantly bring us back to ourselves.

Daniel Kruger






July 2 to October 17
Espace Solidor – Musée du bijou contemporain
Cagnes-sur-Mer, France

«Flowers in Jewelry». Flowers are synonymous with beauty, sublimity, perfection and can bring us great joy in times of isolation. Curator Olga Zobel Biro has chosen as the theme of this exhibition the flower, whose buds blossom over time as well as the splendour of the artistic jewels presented in these places. The works of great artists will echo the jewels of the collection of the City of Cagnes-sur-Mer, selected for the occasion.

The exhibition is accompanied by an online catalog you can see here

Poster l`eclosion
Miriam Hiller – Brooch
Peter Bauhuis – Necklace
Petra Zimmermann – Brooch
Carina Shoshtary – Bodyart





We are pleased to announce:

The exhibition ALCHEMIE DER OBERFLÄCHE with Peter Bauhuis at the Gewerbemuseum in Winterthur/CH.

2021 September 18th to 2022 February 6th

With three artistic positions of Peter Bauhuis, Laurenz Stockner and Anita Tarnutzer, "Alchemy of the Surface" shows how experimental curiosity and creative material research can be used to explore the limits of metal as a material and to develop the visual appearances into countless variations.

Peter Bauhuis, Vessel