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Insights – Contemporary Glass
Glass Sculptures by Ann Wolff, Bernard Dejonghe and Jens Gussek

16, November to 30, April 2014

In this context, two different types of insights become possible: firstly, one into the material itself, and secondly, the works allow insights into international contemporary art made of glass.

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Odahashi_rect Masayo Odahashi
„ENTRANCE TO THE INNER WORLD“ - Zarte und meditative Kunst aus Japan

26. Mai bis 25. September 2013

Die Galerie B zeigt neue Arbeiten der Künstlerin Masayo Odahashi. Sie ist 1975 in Mie geboren. Die Präfektur Mie liegt im Zentrum der japanischen Inselkette, auf der Pazifikseite, zwischen Osaka und Kioto im Südwesten und Nagoya im Nordosten. Masayo Odahashi fasziniert die Menschen mit der Ausdrucksweise ihrer Skulpturen. Sie wirken meditativ, nach innen gekehrt und strahlen große Ruhe und Kraft aus. ...

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Three pioneers: Erwin Eisch – Paolo Martinuzzi – Ann Wolff

12 November, 2012 - 31, March 2013 prolonged until 14 May, 2013

On the occasion of the anniversary “20 years of Galerie B" works of our regular artists are being presented in varying group exhibitions, thus showing the many facets of contemporary art made of glass.

Three pioneers of glass art will complete the series of jubilee exhibitions. Glass is what connects these three artists, but their ways of expression are very different ...

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Josepha Gasch-Muche - Franz Xaver Höller - Julius Weiland

7 April, 2012 – 7 July, 2012

For the first time there will be no solo exhibition at the Galerie B. This year‘s anniversary, "20 years Galerie B", will be celebrated with works by the “repeated artists“ presented in alternating group exhibitions visualizing the various aspects of contemporary glass art.

Three German artists will lead off the series of exhibitions that will change every two to three months, each showing a small group of Galerie B artists. Glass is what they all have in common, but their forms of expression are very different. ...
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AnnWolff_Ball_House_square Ann Wolff
„LIVE“

17. Oktober 2011 – 29. Februar 2012 verlängert bis 31. März 2012

Die Künstlerin Ann Wolff versteht es, die Besonderheiten des Materials Glas zur Geltung zu bringen: Kontur, Oberfläche, das Verhältnis von Innen und Außen, das Durchdringen der Schichten und Formen gewinnt hier neue Bedeutung. Einer verborgenen Spur folgend macht sie innere Landschaften sichtbar ...

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Zynsky_Zibetto_ico Toots Zynsky
„Objects made from finest glass threads“

17 April, 2011 - 31 August 2011 prolonged until 30 September, 2011

The method is unique: the American artist Toots Zynsky produces ultra thin glass threads on a self-constructed machine. Eight kilometers of thread or more are worked into one piece of art. “The threads are layed on top of each other in beaming color combinations, fused together with the fusion technique, and in the end allowed to slump onto forms of different shapes in many succeeding processes”, says Barbara Koppelstätter, who owns the Galerie B near Baden-Baden, which is one of the leading European galleries focussing on contemporary glass art...

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lichtgewand_klein Josepha Gasch-Muche
“layers of light“

October 17, 2010 - February 17, 2011 prolonged until 31 March, 2011

Josepha Gasch-Muche works with ultra-thin glass splinters, stacking them on top of and next to each other and fixing them in that position. The alignment and density of the stacking determine the structure and order of the art work. The artist from the region of Saarland (Germany), who was awarded the Bavarian State Prize (Bayerischer Staatspreis) does not name her art works, she simply labels them with their date of origin. Her sculptural works give the impression of paintings, a fact Gasch-Muche emphasizes by adding white granules...

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Dejonghe13Bernard Dejonghe
„clear and wild”

April 25, 2010, to September 10, 2010

Bernard Dejonghe began his artistic career as a ceramic artist. After classical studies at the “Ecole des Métiers d’Art” in Paris from 1960 to 1965 where he learned moulding and drawing techniques, he moved to Fontenay-aux-Roses in 1968, in Emile Decoeur’s former workshop, a famous ceramic artist from the beginning of the XXth century. Considering materials as reflection supports, he began his research on enamel on terracotta baked at high temperatures ...

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