Munich Jewellery Week

Opening Times

28. February 12-19

29. February 12-19

1. March 12-19

2. March 12-19

3. March 12-15

What is a Wunderkammer?

Cabinets of wonder and wonder-rooms (German: Wunderkammer), were collections of notable objects. Although more rudimentary collections had preceded them, the classic cabinets of curiosities emerged in the sixteenth century. Modern terminology would categorize the objects included as belonging to natural history (sometimes faked), geology, ethnography, archaeology, religious or historical relics, works of art, and antiquities. (Source Wikipedia)

Welcome to the exhibition

Embark on a journey through our contemporary craft exhibition, styled as a modern Wunderkammer. Witness the enchanting fusion of traditional mastery and cutting-edge making. Discover fine handmade objects alongside found abandoned objects. Explore the dialogue between tradition and innovation. Each contemporary object is an expression of the artist's vision, weaving a collective narrative of a craft renaissance.


Tobias Birgersson, Prof. Heiner Zimmermann

How to find us

Englischer Garten 1A

80538 München

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