Bohumil Eliáš Jr. – Solo Exhibition

Exhibition date: February 2022 – June 2022

Bohumil Eliáš Jr. – born 1980 in the Czech Republic, went to Secondary School of Glassmaking in Kamenicky Senov and subsequently completed the classical education as a sculptor at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague, as a master scholar under Professor Jan Hendrych. With his background of an artist family, Bohumil Eliáš Jr. grew up surrounded by art. READ MORE

Zora Palová & Štěpán Pala

Exhibition date: September 2021 – February 2022

The artist couple met in the 70s at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava while studying at the department of architectural glass lead by Vaclav Cigler. While Zora Palová (born 1947 in Bratislava) initially forms her sculptures spontaneously and intuitively from clay, Štěpán Pala (born 1944 in Zlin in the in what was then Czechoslovakia) plans his sculptures accurately on paper or as a model.READ MORE

GlassArt: Jan Fisar - Kontraversion

Jan Fišar – Weight of Time

Exhibition date: September 2020 – September 2021

To pay tribute to the legendary artist Jan Fišar (1933 – 2010): on the tenth anniversary of his death we are exhibiting the last available sculptures on our top floor. In this retrospective exhibition, you can see his first glass sculpture „Head“ from 1967 and his last work „Predator“ he created in 2010. Jan Fišar grew up in Prague, where he studied sculpture under Prof. Wágner. In 1966, the prominent glass artists Professor Stanislav Libenský and his wife Jaroslava Brychtová offered Jan Fišar the chance to collaborate on their project for the 1967 World Exposition in Montreal. This is how he first encountered glass art, little suspecting that this material would determine his entire future. He created glass sculptures that stand completely independently for themselves and that cannot be classified into the current movements of glass art.


Dreams – Alena Matĕjka & Lars Widenfalk

Exhibition date: November 2019 – May 2020

Joint exhibition of the artist couple Alena Matĕjka and Lars Widenfalk.

Alena Matĕjka:
After graduating from the Secondary School of Glassmaking in Kamenický Šenov, Alena Matejka (born 1966 in the Czech Republic) studied at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts. Her professor Vladimír Kopecký left a lasting impression on her, encouraging her to disregard all conventions and embark on a quest for the unique. The artist works with glass, stone and organic materials. Her objects carry a special mysticism within them, as can be seen in the installation “My Dear, Hunter from Lavondyss”, which we previously showed in her solo exhibition in our gallery in 2015. The new installation “She is not Me”, which can be seen in our new exhibition alongside other works by the artist, was recently on display in her solo exhibition at one of the world’s most important glass museums, the Toyama Glass Art Museum in Japan. Matejka finds inspiration for her work in random encounters in her daily life, in connections to other people, as well as in nature. Living myths, cultures and stories permeate her works.


Jiří Suchý - Solo Exhibition

Jiří Suchý – Solo Exhibition

Exhibition date: February 2019 – May 2019

This solo exhibition featured glass sculptures and paintings by the Czech artist Jiří Suchý. The artist attended the glass school in Nový Bor and then went on to study at the Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague under the internationally renowned Czech architect, furniture designer and glass artist Prof. Bořek Šípek. Jiří Suchý’s glass objects, which are melted in moulds in the kiln, follow classical Czech glass sculpture in their design language. READ MORE

Luba Bakičová – Solo Exhibition

Exhibition date: November 2018 – February 2019

Our new exhibition shows you the works of the Slovakian artist Luba Bakičová. Luba Bakičová (born 1985) is one of the most outstanding graduates of Ilja Bílek’s Glass Studio at the Faculty of Art & Design of J.E. Purkynĕ University in the Czech Republic. The artist works with glass and refractory concrete. Her sculptures appear to be suspended in time, seemingly defying all physical laws. READ MORE

  • Peter Bremers Solo Show
  • Peter Bremers Exhibition Fine Art Glass
  • Peter Bremers Solo Exhibition

Peter Bremers – Solo Exhibition

Exhibition date: August 2018 – November 2018

The Dutch artist Peter Bremers was born in Maastricht in 1957 and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts from 1976 to 1980, majoring in classical sculpture. Between 1986 and 1988 he attended the Jan van Eyck Academy, a post-graduate institute for fine arts, where he participated in a workshop by the Dutch designer A.D. Copier (1901-1991), during which he had his initial contact with glass. READ MORE

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