AWF & AWFG
Ann Wolff Foundation, Berlin was established as a non-profit-foundation in Berlin, Germany, in 2008.
Ann Wolff and her husband Dirk Bimberg established recently, in 2017, the non-profit organization, Ann Wolff Foundation, Gotland in Visby, Sweden.
Donations of works by Ann Wolff form the basis of both foundations. The foundations take care of and maintain Ann Wolffs artwork, to show and publish it and widen the discussion concerning art and culture with a focus on glass.
A property in the middle of Visby is donated to AWFG works as a studio for the artist and a meeting point for AWFG and Ann’s friends.
An aspect of AWF is to give contemporary artists a residential scholarship with the opportunity to experiment with the material of glass and incorporate it into their work.
2009 Walter Holger, Germany, www.holger-walter-atelier.de
2012 Maria Miesenberger, Sweden, https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Miesenberger
2013 Christiane Feser, Germany, www.christianefeser.de
2015 Mette Björnberg, Sweden, www.mettebjörnberg.com
2018 Henrik Strömberg, Germany, www.henrikstromberg.com
The collections of AWF and AWFG are constantly growing.
AWF owns 125 art-works, including works by Holger Walter, Maria Miesenberger, Christiane Feser, Mette Björnberg and Henrik Strömberg, who received the Ann Wolff Glass Award.
The collection of AWFG consists of 100 works in glass, metal, wood and 75 works on paper of Ann Wolff.
The AWF & AWFG Board
Members of the AWF Board
Ann Wolff, Visby
Dorothé Nilsson, Berlin
Dr. Eva Maria Tutsek, Munich
Dr. Birgit Möckel, Berlin
Members of the AWFG Board
Lars Elfström, chairman, Fårösund
Johan Sjöberg, Stockholm
Ewa Björling, Stockholm
Johan Gate, Visby
Mikael Karlström, Visby
Kjersti Jones, Västerås
Ann Wolff, Visby