The ”Crow on the Quay" a new landmark in Visby.
Finally in place – the black crow high on top of the inner breakwater wall of Visby’s harbour.
Ann made a model in clay.
AWFG sponsored the bronce casting.
AWFG`s friends collected money for a large pedestal.
Gotlands Kommun allowed to place the bird on Visby harbour`s breakwater wall.
The Crow on the Quay”, Visby`s new landmark, welcomes Gotland’s returnees and every guest.
Ann Wolff Foundation, Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, and Berlin Glas are thrilled to announce a EUR 5000,- residential scholarship for an artist to spend two months at the Berlin Glassworks studio in October and November 2021!
Sponsored by the Ann Wolff Foundation, the scholarship gives contemporary artists an opportunity to experiment with the material of glass and incorporate it into their work. The time frame of two months will allow the artist to experiment with various techniques, including casting, fusing and hot glass.
To apply, please include in your application:
- Description of a proposed project (max 2 pages)
- Current CV (max 2 pages)
- Artist Statement
- Max 5 images of your work and a separate image description sheet
- In the case of non-visual artists please send links that we may view/ listen to your creative practice
Please email all of the above information to email@example.com
Deadline for applications is Sunday 4 July 2021.
Ann Wolff Foundation, Berlin was established in 2008, and in 2017, the non-profit organization, Ann Wolff Foundation, Gotland in Visby, Sweden was founded. Donations of works by Ann Wolff form the basis of both foundations, which take care of, show and publish it with a view to widen the discussion concerning art and culture with a focus on glass.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung supports art and science. It was established in December 2000 by Alexander Tutsek and Dr. Eva-Maria Fahrner-Tutsek as a nonprofit foundation in Munich.
Berlin Glas e.V. is a non-profit association with a goal to inspire, educate and offer research opportunities for people interested in glass as a medium for artistic expression.
Ann Wolff. The early drawings - Frühe Zeichnungen.
Quarantena – an art exhibition forming a unique testament to these strange times we are going thorough.
A group exhibition with twenty artist. It is the first time Ann has exhibited work in metal in Sweden and at the exhibition Ann shows the sculpture “Hood”.
Quarantena creates space for reflection.
Reflection as a basis for artistic creation.
The sculpture “Hood” embodies time and space.
Time equals perishability and the hatchet is empty.
Read more and book a time slot for a private visit on the exhibition at Gallery Sebastian Schildt.
Traps and Transit
Traps and Transit
Gallery Sebastian Schildt exhibits Traps and Transit with eleven monumental sculptures in glass. The exhibition will be shown on 21.08.2019 – 14.09.2018 on Strandvägen 5 B, Stockholm, Sweden
More info: www.gallerisebastianschildt.se
Sankta Maria Cathedral
During the ”Påskfestivalen” inaugurates a sculpture by Ann Wolff.
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Toyama Glass Art Museum, Japan
A retrospective exhibition of 53 works of Ann took place in Toyama 22 july – 4 november 2017. The exhibition shows works of glass, metal and drawings from 1971–2016.
Furillen, Gotland, Sweden
Traps and Transit
An exhibition with works inspired by the abandoned industrial buildings on Furillen, a small island opposite the Wolff studio Kyllaj in Gotland.
Have you ever been trapped in a staircase leading nowhere and you can’t find a way back? Feels like you are stuck in the middle of your live?
If you are constantly trying to get somewhere in life, you are most likely in transit from where you were to where you want to be. You should be pausing and just reflect over what’s right in front of you sometimes.
“She has found her arena for the arts. Ann Wolff creates an international art arena in the Drotten ruin.”
After a successful show in Visby Cathedral Ann Wolff thinks it inspiring and important to bring exciting art events to Gotland and exhibit these in DROTTEN. a medivial churchruin in Visby
Besides Ann Wolff’s glass sculptures, there will be works by Czech artist and art professor Magdalena Jetelova, now based in Munich, who has exhibited her architectural installations in Prague, London and New York, the Swedish architect and artist Andreas Forsberg known on the Island through his project Studio Furillen, the Finnish artist Tuija Lindström, professor of photography, and Maria Miesenberger , wellknown Swedish artist.
The exhibition will run from 15th June to the end of September and will be supported from the Foundation’s own resources as well as through partners and sponsors.