|ANNE WANNER'S Textiles in History / exhibitions|
of old textiles and works of art.
Temporary exhibition 2008
Address: Werner Abegg-Strasse 67
regional transport from Berne or Thun to Toffen; postbus from Toffen to Abegg-Stiftung and back according to timetable.
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daily slide show (20 minutes: 2.30 pm)
by prior arrangements
daily 2 p.m. - 5.30 p.m.
Bourgeois Pride and Princely Splendour
Costumes from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century
to 2nd November 2008
|The Abegg-Stiftung is
planning an exhibition of important historic costumes
from the collections of the Hessisches Landesmuseum
Darmstadt and the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden in
Germany. The exhibition will show a group of around
twenty bourgeois costumes from the seventeenth century,
which originally belonged to families in Cologne and
later came to Darmstadt with the collection of Baron von
Hüpsch. A smaller number of womens costumes from
the late eighteenth century complements this group.
The second part of the exhibition presents a costume of the Elector Moritz of Saxony, datable to the first half of the sixteenth century, from the collection of the Dresden Rüstkammer. All of the costumes were examined and conserved in the conservation workshop of the Abegg-Stiftung over the last few years. The results of this research will be presented in a richly illustrated catalogue.
Daily slide show (20 min.) with information about Abegg-Stiftung activities
2.30 p.m. in German
3 p.m. in French
for groups of 10 persons or more lasting thirty minutes or one hour are available without charge in German or English, by prior arrangement. Please call us.
Sunday, April 20
May 17, and May 24
June 7 and June 14
August 16 and August 30
September 6 and September 20
October 4 and Okcober 18
Kölner Patrizier- und Bürgerkleidung des 17. Jahrhunderts. Die Kostümsammlung Hüpsch im Hessischen Landesmuseum Darmstadt (Riggisberger Berichte 15); Johannes Pietsch and Karen Stolleis with a contribution by Nadine Piechatschek, c. 300 pages, with numerous illustrations and drawings; German text with English translation of the main chapters. ISBN 978-3-905014-35-8; Price: CHF 85.-- + postage; CHF 50.-- at the exhibition.
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