• 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

Ingrid Račková & David Suchopárek – Ways of confluence

Exhibition date:  September 2017 – December 2017

We are proud to present the first exhibition of the artistic duo Ingrid Račková & David Suchopárek from the Czech Republic. Both artists studied from 1993-1999 at the University of Applied Arts in Prague. Ingrid Račková studied at the Glass Studio of Prof. Vladimír Kopecký and David Suchopárek at the Glass in Architecture Studio of Prof. Marian Karel.

READ MORE

Malvina Middleton & Josef Marek – Polarized Unity

Exhibition date: May 2017 – July 2017

We are proud to present the first common exhibition of this artist couple. Malvina and Josef are using the same medium with a different approach and varying results while they understand and support each other in UNITY. Malvina and Josef have met during their participation in the international exhibition of glass in Coburg. Surprisingly for both of them, they started to realize that they agree and understand each other on most matters of contemporary art, architecture, culture and more.

READ MORE

Solo Exhibition: Petr Stacho

Exhibition date: March 2017 – May 2017

The artist Petr Stacho (born in 1965) studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague under the world-famous glass artist, painter and teacher Vladimír Kopecký. His artistic career was also materially influenced by a sabbatical at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent (Belgium), where he attended the Atelier of Monumental Painting.

READ MORE

Artist Group: RUBIKON 2016

Exhibition date: November 2016 – February 2017

The “Rubicon” group of artists was established by the theorist Mgr. Ivo Kren in 1997. The group deliberately adopted this designation as the name of the River Rubicon is symbolic of courageous decisions. Accordingly, the artists are going new ways in their work. Our group exhibition of the internationally renowned glass artists Bohumil Eliaš jr., Jaroslav Matouš, Jan Exnar, Jaromír Rybák and Marian Volráb, offers a unique insight into the world of Czech glass art.

READ MORE

Ivana Šrámková – Animals & other dudes

Exhibition date: June 2016 – October 2016

In creating her works of art, Ivana Šrámkova allows herself to be inspired by the art of indigenous peoples and antiquity. For her glass sculptures, she partly dispenses with the visual characteristics of glass, deliberately making use of its colourful nature instead. Thanks to the method used in its surface treatment, the glass mass allows the light of the sculptures only to shine through to a limited degree.

READ MORE

Alena Matějka – Between Heaven and Earth

Exhibition date: November 2015 – February 2016

In the final special exhibition marking the 25th anniversary in 2015 of the city partnership between Hamburg and Prague, we show you installations as well as stone and glass objects by the artist Alena Matejka. Alena Matejka studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. Her professor Vladimír Kopecký left a lasting impression on her, encouraging her as he did to defy all conventions and to search for what was truly unique.

READ MORE

Bohumil Eliáš Jun. – Glass Sculptures & Paintings

Exhibition date: July 2015 – October 2015

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the city partnership Hamburg-Prague 2015, we cordially invited to Hamburg’s HafenCity to visit our second special exihibition.

With this special exhibition we presented paintings and glass objects of the young Prague artist Bohumil Eliáš Jun. The artist 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. Bohumil Eliáš Jun. is a member of the group of artists RUBIKON whose members are important representative of the Czech studio glass scene and who enjoy national and international recognition.

READ MORE

Josef Marek – Spaces of Illusion

Exhibition date: March 2014 – June 2014

This solo exhibition provides an insight into current creative work of the artist Josef Marek. This czech glass artist is ranked among the foremost contemporary artists working with glass. While using the pure geometric shape in its most abstract form, he creates out of glass unreal illusive objects, sometimes combined with other materials.

READ MORE

25 Years Anniversary of Glasgalerie Hittfeld and Opening of Glasgalerie Stölting

Exhibition date: October 2013 – March 2014

Two festive events and exhibitions under the collective title “Czech Glass Art – For 25 Years In Germany” will form the setting for the presentation of the elite of Czech glass art in »Glasgalerie Hittfeld« and in »Glasgalerie Stölting« on October 2013. This double event is the 25th anniversary of »Glasgalerie Hittfeld« as well as the opening of »Glasglarie Stölting« in a prime location of Hamburg’s HafenCity, managed by Tom Stölting, the son of the founder of »Glasgalerie Hittfeld«, Eliska Stölting.

READ MORE

Ivana Šrámková »Creatures«

Duration of the exhibition: May – August 2013 – Ivana Srámková seeks her inspiration from indigene people or from the antiquity. For her monumental sculptures the artist partially renounces the strong characteristics of the material glass and takes instead advantage of its colourfulness, whereby the translucency of the glass is limited, due to her manner of modelling the object’s surface.

READ MORE

Artist Group: RUBIKON 2012

Duration of the exhibition: 11 November – 21 December 2012 – The group of artists Rubikon formed around the theorist Mgr. Ivo Kren in 1997. The union of the world famous Czech glass artists Bohumil Elias jr .(1980), Jaroslav Matous (1941), Jan Exnar (1951), Jaromir Rybak (1952) and Marian Volrab (1961) offers the visitors a unique insight into the world of the Czech glass art, whereby each artist stands out with his own personal artistic statement.

READ MORE

20 Years of Glasgalerie Hittfeld 1988 – 2008 »Three Generations«

Duration of the exhibition: 12 October – 20 December 2008 – To celebrate this anniversary, altogether 40 of the leading Czech glass artists will show their works, thereby giving a varied overview of the total spectrum of the contemporary Czech glass art. The ambassador of the Czech Republic awarded Eliška Stölting with the Medal of Honor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for her outstanding merits in the German-Czech relationship.

READ MORE

Prof. Vladimir Kopecky and his glass studio

Duration of the exhibition:2 – 29 October 2005 – After 16 years Prof. Vladimir Kopecky (*1931) will end his pedagogical work as head of the glass studio at the Academy for Applied Arts in Prague. In his honour the graduates and students of his studio organized an exhibition with glass objects which were created during his time as head of the glass studio. This exhibition makes obvious the development and the change which took place in the Czech glass scene since the lifting of the Iron Curtain.

READ MORE

Czech Glass Artists between 1980 – 2005

Duration of the exhibition: June – August 2005 – Objects made by Czech Glass Artists between 1980 and 2005. – Ilja Bilek
– Bohumil Elias sen. (†2005) – Jan Fisar – Milan Handl – Ivana Houserova – Pavel Jezek (†1999) – Vaclav Machac – Ivana Masitova – Jaroslav Matous – Miluse Roubickova – Rene Roubicek – Jaromir Rybak – Gizela Sabokova – Ivana Solcova-Sramkova – Dana Vachtova, – Jirina Zertova etc.

READ MORE

Jiřina Žertová – Cross Section

Duration of the exhibition: 10 April – 17 May 2005 – Glasgalerie Hittfeld wants to give you an insight into Jiřina Žertová’s work. She belonged to the glass movement right from the beginning and she has been working with the material glass for meanwhile 50 years. Already in 1957 she draw attention to her work at the Milano Triennal, where she was honoured with the silver medal for her carafe with polished decoration. However, the emphasis of Jirina Zertova’s artistic work has always been and will always be the painted glass.

READ MORE

Cross section: 1988 – 2003

Duration of the exhibition: 23 June – 6 March 2004 – The anniversary exhibition “Cross-Section” will present old and recent works of those contemporary Czech glass artists, who have been exhibiting their objects in Glasgalerie Hittfeld for the past 15 years. Since its beginning in 1988 – at that time the only galery worldwide which was exclusively specialized in contemporary Czech glass art – Glasgalerie Hittfeld became more and more a meeting point for the top of the Czech glass artists, for experts, collectors and friends of contemporary glass art.

READ MORE

  • Czech Point, Berlin
  • Czech Point, Berlin
  • Czech Point, Berlin

Anna Matouskova: Architecture – Czech Point, Berlin

Duration of the exhibition: 23 June – 18 July 2003 – Anna Matouskova: “The configurations in shape that I have been trying to make are not subordinate to any function, but only to meanings that I can feel in them myself.” Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. The gallery was located right next to the former Check Point Charly, Berlin/Germany. READ MORE

Ilja Bilek: Penetration – Czech Point, Berlin

Duration of the exhibition: 15 May – 13 June 2003 – “Today, Ilja Bilek is a matured artist, who evaluates his life, artistic and educational experiences in his work. Immediate confron- tation with passionate searching and unworn sight of the coming generation is a hopeful guarantee that his route will continue with a no-less intensity.” (Oldrich Palata, Curator Northern Bohemian Museum, Liberec (CZ). Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. READ MORE

Bohumil Elias: Glass Objects – Czech Point, Berlin

Duration of the exhibition: 10 April – 9 May 2003 – Bohumil Elias: “The auctorial personality of Bohumil Elias is a proof of progressiveness by opening glass art to the influences of different branches of art. His connection to glass and painting belongs to pregnant moments within the evolution of Czech studio glass.” (Ivo Kren, Curator of the Eastern Bohemian Museum, Pardubice (CZ), 2001). READ MORE

Marketa Silena: Glass Objects and Jewelry

Duration of the exhibition: 16 March – 12 April 2003 – Marketa Silena: “The inspirative source of my activity is glass itself. Searching for structures similar to nature merged into strict geometric forms by avoiding highly polished, aggressive surfaces or loud colours. I am interested in mysterious things, unsaid this remains unspoken til the end. I try to transform this by using dimmed shades and mat surfaces.”

READ MORE

Jan Fišar: Span width – Czech Point, Berlin

Duration of the exhibition: 5 March – 4 April 2003 – Jan Fisar – Span width (Objects 1992-2002) Glasgalerie Hittfeld presented this exhibition at the gallery Tschechisches Zentrum CZECH POINT, Berlin/Germany. The gallery was located right next to the former Check Point Charly, Berlin/Germany. The exhibition series in BERLIN with Czech glass art has ended by the end of July 2003. READ MORE

Ilja Bilek and his glass studio

Duration of the exhibition: 15 September – 19 October 2002 – Since 1989 the artist Ilja Bilek has been regularly exhibiting his splendid glass sculptures at Glasgalerie Hittfeld. His sculptures stand out for their strict geometry as well as for their precise processing. Since 1996 Ilja Bilek has been leading the glass studio at the Institute of Applied Arts and Design of the Univercity J.E. Purkyne in Usti nad Labem (Czech Republic). Some of Ilja Bilek’s students presented their own objects during this exhibition.

READ MORE

Rony Plesl: Transparent / Translucent

Duration of the exhibition: 26 May – 29 June 2002 – “It is glass as a material which enables me, by means of its transparency and its translucency, to make precisely these kinds of statements.”I gave my diploma thesis the title “The Soul of Shape”. Since that time I have been trying in my geometric and minimalist objects, with the assistance of light and fine colours, to give a firm shape to some part of the secret of life. READ MORE

Martin Velišek: Painted Glass / Drawings

Duration of the exhibition: Spring 2000 – Dear friends of Czech glass art, the 20th century was a period which was considerably marked by the material glass (e.g. architecture, science and technology). Considering this whole connection it is quite understandable that this material also found its artistic direction. The merit of the glass art’s development belongs among others especially to the Czech glass art.

READ MORE

Jaroslav Matouš: Glass Objects

Duration of the exhibition: October – December 1999 – Jaroslav Matous, born in 1941, studied at Prague School of Applied Arts in the glass studio of the famous Prof. Stanislav Libensky. During the 11 years since the foundation of Glasgalerie Hittfeld the friends of contemporary glass art have been able to look at the objects of many outstanding artists. However, most of these artists work with glass in the sculptural way which is typcial for the Czech glass scene. Therefore Jaroslav Matous’ techniques as a painter constitute quite a difference.

 

READ MORE

10 Years Glasgalerie Hittfeld (Part 2)

Duration of the exhibition: October – December 1998 – The recent works of the 65 year old artist Jan Fisar form the priority of this exhibition. Already in 1988 Jan Fisar showed his glass sculptures – together with Bohumil Eliás and Gizela Saboková – in Glass Gallery Hittfeld´s first exhibition. In the past 10 years he has constantly presented his work in the glass gallery, so that the visitors were able to continously follow the development of his artistic creation.

 

READ MORE

Jan Fišar: Glass Sculptures and Garden

Duration of the exhibition: August – September 1998 – The International Exhibition for Glass Sculptures & Garden in Munster, Germany. Installation consisting of 33 single objects.The three glass bulbs floating on the water as well as the glass objects projecting out of the water represent the beginning of life. The small parts slowly get their shapes as they approach the shore, they become more and more perfect before finally ending on the shore as a double figure.

READ MORE

10 Years Glasgalerie Hittfeld (Part 1)

Duration of the exhibition: May – June 1998 – Dear friends of contemporary glass art, my glass gallery, which is solely specialized in Czech glass art and gained an international reputation in the meantime, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in autumn this year. During these 10 years I succeeded to awake the interest for this young art by presenting numerous works of the leading Czech glass artists to the broad public.

 

READ MORE

Young Czech Glass 1997

Duration of the exhibition: November – December 1997 – Nine young Czech glass artists exhibit their works in Glasgalerie Hittfeld. All of these young Czech glass artists studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague, whereby some of them already received international awards. The range of the more than 40 works, representing these artists, reaches from expressively painted hollow glass (Martin Velisek) to the traditional Czech technqiue of melted glass sculptures (Anna Matouskova).

 

READ MORE

75 Years jubilee for the Roubicek couple

Duration of the exhibition: October – November 1997 – Glass is their life on an important Jubilee for the Roubicek Couple. The fine art glassworkers, Miluse Roubickova and Rene Roubicek, have been linked to the events in this artistic profession for over fifty years. Together both of them, each in their own personal fashion, contributed in the creation of its mutable visage. After finishing his studies at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague, Rene Roubicek became a teacher at the Secondary School of Glass Applied Arts in Kamecky Senov (1945-1952).

 

READ MORE

Czech and German Glass Art

Duration of the exhibition: February – April 1997 – Since the foundation of her glass gallery, Eliska Stölting solely exhibited objects of Czech glass artists. However, as this relatively young art is still not very well known to the public, she has extended her concept a few years ago by presenting once a year an exhibition of Czech glass art together with the glass
art from another country.

 

READ MORE

Jan Fišar: Retrospective 1966-1997

Duration of the exhibition: February – April 1997 – The Czech glass artist Jan Fisar presented in Glasgalerie Hittfeld his glass sculptures out of three centuries. This is a retrospective which is certainly impressive in the young glass movement. Since 1988 – the year when Glasgalerie Hittfeld was founded – Jan Fisar has been regularly represented with his objects here, and visitors and interested people were able to follow his artistical development in Glasgalerie Hittfeld during these eight years.

 

READ MORE

Exhibition list between 1988 – 1996

1996 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jan Fisar, Glass / Jiri Beranek, Wood

 

1996 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Vaclav Machac (Solo exhibition)

 

1995 Kreissparkasse Harburg (D)

Jiri Harcuba – Glass and Bronze Medals, Drawings (Solo exhibition). Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Kreissparkasse Harburg

 

1995 Exhibition Grounds Strasbourg (F)

SIAC (International Art Exhibition): Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Prof. S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Gizela Sabokova. Exhibitor: Glasgalerie Hittfeld 1995 Galerie Groll, Naarden (NL): Jan Fisar (Solo exhibition). Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Galerie Groll

 

1995 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Milan Handl and Stanislava Grebenickova

 

1995 Glasmuseum Immenhausen (D)

“United Contrasts” – New Glass by Milan Handl and Stanislava Grebenickova
Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Glasmuseum Immenhausen

 

1995 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

The Bowl – Artistic Approach to the Hollow Space: Ivana Houserova, Vladimir Kopecky, Ivana Masitova, Jaroslav Matous, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova, Martin Velisek, Frantisek Vizner, Jana Voldrichova, Marian Vorab

 

1995 Glasmuseum Rheinbach (D)

Contemporary Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Ivana Houserova, S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Vaclav Machac, Jaroslav Matous, Ivo Rozsypal, Jaromir Rybak, Gizela Sabokova, Dana Vachtova, Ales Vasisek. This exhibition of contemporary Czech glass art was the first of this kind in the 27 years of its existence of Glasmuseum Rheinbach, a museum specialized in Northern Bohemian hollow glass. The exhibition was opened by the Czech ambassador, Mr. Jiri Grusa. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Glasmuseum Rheinbach 1995 Glasgalerie Hittfeld: Czech and Slovakian Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Vaclav Cigler, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Ivo Rozsypal, Jaromir Rybak, Gizela Sabokova, Ales Vasisek, Milos Balgavy, Eva Fiserova, Pavol Hloska, Martin Masarovic, Juraj Oprsal, Zora Palova, Stepan Pala, Yan Zoritchak, Askold Zacko. This exhibition was inaugurated by a representative of the Czech Embassy in Bonn and the Slovakian honorary consul in Hamburg. Present were among others representatives of various museums, persons in public life as well as artists from the Czech and Slovakian Republic. Organisation (CZ): Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Organisation (SK): Slovakian Artistic Union.

 

1995 Czech Embassy, Bonn (D)

Contemporary Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Ivana Houserova, S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Vaclav Machac, Jaroslav Matous, Ivo Rozsypal, Jaromir Rybak, Gizela Sabokova, Dana Vachtova, Ales Vasisek. The purpose of this one-day exhibition in the facilities of the Czech Embassy in Bonn was to draw attention to Czech glass art and to financially support the work of the Olga-Havel-foundation by possible sales. This exhibition was opened by the Czech ambassador in Bonn, Mr. Jiri Grusa. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld.

 

1995 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Ales Vasicek (Solo exhibition) 1994 Oldenburgische Landesbank, Rastede (D)
“Glass – A Part of the Czech Republic”: S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl
Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Oldenburgische Landesbank

 

1994 Historisches Museum: Bamberg (D)

Prague Glass Art: Artists of Glasgalerie Hittfeld: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Gizela Sabokova. Organisation: Historisches Museum Bamberg, Academy for Applied Art, Prague Vetro Galerie Frankfurt, Glasgalerie Hittfeld. Exhibitor: Historisches Museum Bamberg.

 

1994 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Czech and American Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Ivana Houserova , S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Gizela Sabokova, Dana Vachtova, Ales Vasisek, Sydney Cash, Daniel Clayman, Jose Chardiet, Dale Chihuly, Dan Dailey, Kreg Kallenberger, Jay Musler, Paul Seide, Steve Tobin. This exhibition was opened by a repre- sentative of the Czech Embassy, Bonn, and the American Vice Consul, Hamburg. Present were representatives of the Hamburg Cultural Office, the Lüneburg Regional Administration, the German-Czech and Slovakian Society and representatives of various museums, persons in public life and artists from the Czech Republic. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld CZ)/ Birdyland Agency (USA)

 

1994 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Bohumil Elias (Solo exhibition)

 

1994 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jan Fisar (Solo exhibition)

 

1994 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Dana Vachtova – Biblical Themes
(Solo exhibition)

 

1993 Miller Gallery: New York (USA)

Jan Fisar, Milan Handl. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Miller Gallery

 

1993 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Gizela Sabokova (Solo exhibition)

 

1993 Galleri Glas 1, Stockholm (S)

Jan Fisar (Solo exhibition). Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitior: Galleri Glas 1

 

1993 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Glasgalerie Hittfeld 1988 – 1993. Artists of the glass gallery: lja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl
On the occasion of its fifth anniversary Glasgalerie Hittfeld donated the glass sculpture “The Nameless Woman” by Jan Fisar to the Hamburg Arts and Crafts Museum. This object was presented to the director of this museum, Prof. Wilhelm Hornbostel, during the opening of the exhibition.

 

1993 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Czech and Swedish Glass Art. Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Stanislav Honzik, Prof. S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Vaclav Machac, Gizela Sabokova, Dana Vachtova, Paula Bartron, Matz Borgstrm, Eva Englund, Helena Gibson, Liselott Henriksen, Bjrn Stern. This exhibition was opened by the representative of the Czech Embassy in Bonn. Present were among others the Czech honorary consul in Hamburg, the president of the German-Czech and Slovakian Society as well as representatives from various museums, representatives in pubic life and artists from both countries. Organisation (CZ): Glasgalerie Hittfeld/Organisation (S): Galleri Glas 1.

 

1993 Glasmuseum Immenhausen (D)

Contrasts II: Jan Fisar (Glass) and Ellen Fuhr (Paintings). From this exhibition Glasmuseum Immenhausen acquired the glass sculpture “The Messenger” by Jan Fisar for its collection. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld, Glasmuseum Immenhausen / Exhibitor: Glasmuseum Immenhausen

 

1992 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Ilja Bilek (Solo exhibition)

 

1992 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Vaclav Machac (Solo exhibition)

 

1992 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jan Fisar “Shells” (Solo exhibition)

 

1992 Galleri Glas 1, Stockholm (S)

Modern Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Stanislav Honzik, S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova. This exhibition was inaugurated by the Czech ambassador in Stockholm. Organisation: Johann Torvaldsson, Glasgalerie Hittfeld Exhibitor: Galleri Glas 1.

 

1992 The Glass Art Gallery, Toronto (CN)

Jan Fisar and Milan Handl. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: The Glass Art Gallery.

 

1992 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Milan Handl (Solo exhibition).

 

1991 Kunsthaus Hamburg

Contemporary Czech Photography and Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Ivana Houserova, Pavel Jezek, Vladimir Kopecky, Vaclav Machac, Jaroslav Matous, S. Libensky/J. Brychtova, Jaromir Rybak, Gizela Sabokova, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova, Dana Vachtova. In 1991 it was possible to find a sponsor who acquired the glass sculpture “Wedge” by Milan Handl from Glasgalerie Hittfeld, in order to donate it to the Hamburg Arts and Crafts Museum. Organisation: Fabrik, Glasgalerie Hittfeld, Cultural Office Hamburg. Exhibitor: Kunsthaus Hamburg.

 

1991 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Ivana Houserova 1981-1991 (Solo exhibition)

 

1991 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jan Fisar (Solo exhibition)

 

1991 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

The Bowl, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova, Ivana Masitova

 

1990 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jan Fisar and Milan Handl

 

1990 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jaroslav Matous (Solo exhibition)

 

1990 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Jaromir Rybak (Solo exhibition)

 

1990 City Nord, H.Greve, Hamburg (D)

Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Ivana Houserova, Pavel Jezek, Jaromir Rybak, Gizela Sabokova, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova, Dana Vachtova. The inaugural address to this exhibition was given by the director of the Hamburg Arts and Crafts Museum. By sponsoring it was possible to donate the glass sculpture “Johnnie Walker” by Ilja Bilek to the museum. The exhibition was opened by a representative of the Czechoslowakian Embassy in Bonn. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Hannelore Greve.

 

1990 Glasmuseum Immenhausen (D)

Modern Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Pavel Jezek, Jaroslav Matous, Ivo Rozsypal, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova
Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Glasmuseum Immenhausen

 

1990 Hamburg Exhibition Grounds

ART Hamburg International Art Exhibition: Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Jaromir Rybak, Dana Vachtova
Exhibitor: Glasgalerie Hittfeld

 

1990 Modezentrum Hamburg

Exhibition LifeArt 90: Ilja Bilek, Jan Fisar, Milan Handl, Ivana Houserova, Jaromir Rybak, Gizela Sabokova, Jirina Zertova
Exhibitor: Glasgalerie Hittfeld

 

1989 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

Ivana Solcova-Sramkova (Solo exhibition)

 

1989 Amtshaus Moisburg (D)

Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar ,Ivana Houserova, , Pavel Jezek , Jiri Karel, Vladimir Kopecky, Ivana Masitova, Ivo Rozsypal, Gizela Sabokova, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova, Jirina zertova. Organisation: Glasgalerie Hittfeld / Exhibitor: Kunst und Kulturverein Moisburg

 

1989 Harburg – Center, Hamburg (D)

Czech Glass Art: Ilja Bilek, Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Ivana Houserova, Pavel Jezek, Vladimir Kopecky, Ivana Masitova, Ivo Rozsypal, Gizela Sabokova, Ivana Solcova-Sramkova, Jirina Zertova. Organisation and exhibitor: Glasgalerie Hittfeld

 

1989 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Ivo Rozsypal (Solo exhibition)

 

1989 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Jan Fisar and Milan Handl

 

1989 Glasgalerie Hittfeld

New Glass by Ilja Bilek and Pavel Jezek

 

1988 Glasgalerie Hittfeld opening exhibition

Bohumil Elias, Jan Fisar, Gizela Sabokova