Zora Palová & Štěpán Pala

“Glass is materialised light”

Palová + Pala are among the most important protagonists of the European studio glass movement. The couple met in the 1970s at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, in Václav Cigler’s class in the architectural glass department. After graduating, Pala and Palová set up a workshop in Bratislava and later began experimenting with mould-fusing techniques.
Visits are possible at any time by appointment.
Please contact: Phone : 040 / 325 308 33 //  Mail: info@glassart.de → Read more

Termin: November 2021 – Februar 2022

Adresse: Glasgalerie Stölting, Hamburg HafenCity _ Am Sandtorpark 14, Hamburg/Germany

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Ingo Bracke and Stephan Kaluza

Baedeker’s first trip to the Rhine as an artistic excursus
After Karl Baedeker took over Franz Friedrich Röhling’s publishing house, which had gone bankrupt, he had the latter’s first Rhine travel guide revised and published as ‘Rheinreise von Mainz bis Cöln, Handbuch für Schnellreisende’ in 1832. The publication was an expression of the emerging Rhine Romanticism. This first Rhine travel guide by Baedeker is the starting point of this exhibition.
The exhibition – an art project by Ingo Bracke and Stephan Kaluza → Read more

Termin: 23.09.2021 – 28.11.2021

Adresse: Ludwig Museum, Koblenz/DE

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lichtsicht7 – Projektions-Triennale

Grand World Theatre in Bad Rothenfelde
This year, the lichtsicht7 Projection Triennale is entitled ‘Great Theatre of the World in Bad Rothenfelde’. Curator and Artistic Director Michael Bielicky explains: “The title naturally has a lot of connotations. In the global post-Corona era, highly dynamic world events can hardly be explained with conventional methods. It is artists coming from the most diverse global cultural circles who are better at reflecting …  → Read more

Termin: 22.10.2021 - 20.02.2022

Adresse: Bad Rothenfelde, Germany

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Power! Light!

Light – a political, social, ecological statement

The exhibition presents artistic positions which intentionally focus on such topics in which light has political, social, and/or ecological significance in a broader sense – and this against the backdrop of the current tension between luminous pollution due to the ever-increasing lighting and illumination mania on the one hand and, on the other hand, increasingly sophisticated lighting concepts with a focus on saving energy – and thus also in a figurative sense on the use of resources in general. → Read more

Termin: 27.11.2021 – 20.03.2022

Adresse: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg/DE

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