Founded in 2014 with an initial exhibition in Munich, Galerie Katrin Eitner is a Berlin-based pop-up gallery that shows in temporary spaces. Gallery owner Katrin Eitner presents three-dimensional art--contemporary art jewelry as well as artists’ jewels, objects, and sculpture--from her viewpoint. Her focus is on a younger generation of emerging and established artists who often work with a figurative approach. She is interested in jewelry as an art form, as well as in asking questions about connections between jewelry, painting, and sculpture.
Eitner works with such jewelry artists as Kathrin Borst, Ulo Florack, Karl Wunderlich, and Toril Bonsaksen, and she represents the artistic estate of Juliane Noack. She also works in cooperation with other art projects and supports artists in nonprofit ways. She is a board member of the Juliane Noack Association for artist funding, which she established with the family and friends of Juliane Noack after the tragic loss of this young German artist in the Germanwings crash of 2015 in the French Alps.
Find out more about Katrin Eitner by reading her 2017 interview on AJF.