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Glass Is Tomorrow

Reinventing Glass Art & Design in Europe

Front Design is known for creating playful, avant-garde objects. Shifting between research-driven and experimental projects, the eponymous Swedish design studio embraces tactile and surprising elements to lend their designs a sense of magic.

Spazio Nobile presents ‘Threads of Nature’, a group exhibition exploring and reflecting upon interactions between humans and the natural environment. Arranged together, the works provide a means of reconnection to the natural world; a visual and tactile reforming of the elements.

Contemporary Czech glass art has created a major imprint in the world, and today is pulsating, full of life, and a vibrant component of the global scene. This new generation of glass artists is defined by a sense of artistic restlessness – a generation searching and experimenting.

Åsa Jungnelius is not one to shy away from a challenge. Expressive and visually engaging as ever, her latest exhibition at Stene Projects effortlessly brought together distinctly different materials and formats to tell an ephemeral story.

This landmark exhibition of Fondazione Berengo explores the creative idiosyncrasies of glass work produced by female artists who continue to be sidelined in the art world.

Glasmuseet Ebeltoft’s summer exhibition presents the glass works of Swiss-American power couple Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg. Although the exhibition’s principal medium may be glass, its intentions extend far beyond material and technique.

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