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Exhibition Detail
CONTEMPORARY TRADITIONS
Strandvejen 8
8400 EBELTOFT
Denmark


December 1st, 2012 - March 10th, 2013
Opening: 
November 30th, 2012 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
 
, Anna MlasowskyAnna Mlasowsky
© Courtesy of Glasmuseet Ebeltoft
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© Courtesy of Glasmuseet Ebeltoft
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glass, mixed-media
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Saturday 1/12 at 11am: Artist's Talk with Anna Mlasowsky
at Glasmuseet Ebeltoft
No pre-booking
Free when admission to the museum has been paid.
The talk will be conducted in Danish.

When Anna Mlasowsky started working with glass as a student she was told to be careful not to break the glass. Seeing the cracks as something beautiful and full of expression, rather than something broken, she found it difficult to understand. In her Study project ”Contemporary Traditions” Anna Mlasowsky tests, plays and challenges both herself and the visitors. Instead of discarding works with flaws, Anna Mlasowsky works with the technical mistakes which happen during the making process. 

Anna Mlasowsky (b. 1984, Germany) was educated at the Design School Bornholm, 2007-2011. Represented in collections at European Museum for Modern Glass Art, Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg, Germany, Toyama City Museum of Glass Art, Japan, Museum of American Glass, Milville, New Jersey, USA. Public installation at Bornholm Regional Hospital, Denmark, 2011.  

  • CONTEMPORARY TRADITIONS  is the fourth exhibition project in THE STUDY.
  • THE STUDY It is a space for younger artists, who can use it as a platform to establish themselves, but also gives well-established artists the possibility to experiment with new ideas, for example in connection with longer, more complex projects.
  • THE STUDY is the museum's outpost, which paves the way for new tendencies and directions.
  • THE STUDY was launched in 2008.  

The exhibition has kindly been supported by:
Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung
Thiele Glas


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