Fritz Maierhofer is one of the most important protagonists of the international art jewelry scene. In 1969/1970, he was among the first European artists to use nonprecious materials in an innovative way.
His jewelry can be found in museums and collections such as:
Museum of Applied Arts (Vienna), Ministry of Art And Education (Vienna), Government of Lower Austria, Jewellery Museum Pforzheim, Victoria and Albert Museum (London), Goldsmiths Hall (London), National Museum of Scotland, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Dannerstiftung (Munich), Royal College of Art, Landesmuseum Joanneum (Graz), Sammlung Inge Asenbaum (Vienna), Helen Drutt Collection (Philadelphia), Lotte Reimers Stiftung (Deidesheim), The Racine Art Museum (Wisconsin) and in various private collections.
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