Since 1991, Neue Werkstätten have developed individual living and working spaces in close cooperation with architects, creating exclusively individual interiors. Their showroom at Promenadeplatz in Munich regularly shows exhibitions of the most contemporary international trends in interior design and furniture.
Bodo Sperlein's work for Loewe were showcased last week with an exclusive evening event in collaboration with AD Germany and Sammlung Goetz . The collections on show included the televisions and speakers of bild 9, bild 5 and klang 9.
A design talk by Bodo Sperlein and AD Germany's Editor in Chief, Oliver Jahn was organised together with the director of Sammlung Goetz, Dr. Cornelia Gockel, Neue Werkstätten's Marina Woschni and CEO of Loewe, Mark Hüsges.
Sammlung Goetz is an internationally significant collection of contemporary art located in Munich. Founded in 1993 by the collector Ingvild Goetz, it now includes more than 5,000 works from almost all artistic genres. The main areas of focus include Arte Povera, American paintings of the 1980s, Young British Artists, media art, photography and works on paper.
The televisions were screening the exceptional work of the artist Gerwald Rockenschaub, who is also currently exhibiting his works at Sammlung Goetz. Rockenschaub uses a range of minimalistic and formalistic expressions in his work. He has never allowed himself to be restricted by the rigid rules of radical minimal art, but has always sought a cross-over between art, design, media and everyday life. This comes to life in the geometric and motional work he produced for the Loewe televisions at Neue Werkstätten.