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Art Prize 2015
The Ann Wolff Foundation
The art Prize 2015 of the Ann Wolff Foundation is rewarded to Mette Björnberg!


Mette an Ann

Mette Björnberg, Do You Love Me?2016, 185 x 220cm
Mette & Ann på Gotland





www.mettebjornberg.com


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Christiane Feser

Award 2013 The German artist Christiane Feser received the third award
from the ANN WOLFF FOUNDATION.
Christiane is currently working with her assistant Jin-Kyoung (middle picture)
translating her photographic work into glass collages in the Derix Glasstudios,
Germany. www.christianefeser.de
 

Maria,Radovan and Dirk working
Maria, Radovan and Dirk working.

Heike and Holger
Heike and Holger making a mold.

 
One of many important aspects of the foundation is to enable
contemporary artists to experiment with the versatile nature of glass
and to incorporate it into their work.
To this end, an art prize has been created which will give younger established
artists the chance to work intensively with a material which is new to them.


ANN WOLFF FOUNDATION FOR GLASS AWARD

2015: Mette Björnberg, Sweden www.mettebjornberg.com

2013: Christiane Feser, Germany www.christianefeser.de

2012: Maria Miesenberger, Sweden

2009: Holger Walter, Germany www.holger-walter-atelier.de