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
Summer party and networking meeting
Pictures from a nice saturday with summer party and networking meeting with Ann Wolff Friends in the studio in Visby.
Photo Göran Johansson/Gejo foto
Pictures from a spring day in Ann Wolff’s studio and house in Kyllaj.
Expressions in Glass
An exhibition from Nationalmuseum at Läckö Castle, Västmanland.
Ann Wolff shows artwork in hot-joining technology from 1978, owned by Nationalmuseum Stockholm.
More info: www.nationalmuseum.se
Exhibition at Solliden
Solliden – Our Majesty`s summer residence on Öland
British National Glass Center
The exhibition “NGC 21” at British National Glass Center in Sunderland is showing Ann Wolffs sculpture MANY 2010, h 50 x 90 x 17 cm, kiln casted glass 125 kg.
Read in NGC`s catalogue in paragraph 17:
“In 2005, National Glass Centre presented another solo exhibition, this time featuring work by Ann Wolff, one of the world’s most notable artists working in cast glass”
Sankta Maria Cathedral
During the ”Påskfestivalen” inaugurates a sculpture by Ann Wolff.
Great Glass Getaway
The witch, the mother and the wolf
The Glass Factory
Collection exhibition 2018 II
Toyama Glass Art Museum
La Biennale Paris
Ann Wolff – Traps och Prototyper
Ann Wolff – Traps och Prototyper
Works by the internationally known artist Ann Wolff are displayed in Visby at Björkvägen 2B (Studio Wolff & Co)
On Sunday, 19/8 at 2 pm, Ann Wolff will be in the studio to tell us about her work.
Ann Wolff och Henrik Strömberg
Henrik Strömbreg at Wolffs studio, Björkvägen 2B, Visby
Henrik Strömbreg, from Berlin, is a well known artist working with photography. AWFs award gave him the possibility to work in glass. Henrik will introduce his work personally at the opening.
Vernissage 4 july 15.00 thereafter open after registration by phone +46 498 213132.
TRAPS AND TRANSIT ANN WOLFF
Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington
Traver Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Traps and Transit , a solo exhibition of seven architectual sculptures by German born, Swedish-based artist, Ann Wolff.
Embedded with poetic sensibility, the luminous forms showcase Wolff´s most recent explorations in glass. The artist utilizes the staircase as a connotation of time, and the complex optics of cast chrystal to create visually poetic musings on the vacillation of life: the coming, going and folding back on itself of timeand our own unique perception of it. Staircases leading at once somewhere and nowhere at all, the peices allude to both the futility and beauty of human endeavors.
Ann Wolff received her education at Hochschule fur Gestaltung, Ulm, Germany. Her career is distinguised with numerous awards, including the Lifetime Achievment Award from Glass Art Society. Wolff´s work is housed in many private and public collections throughout the world. In 2017, she established the non-profit foundation, Ann Wolff Foundation Gotland, to promote art and culture and to focus on the material glass.
ANDANTE ANN WOLFF
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.
Royal parc of Sollidens Castle, Öland, Sweden
Ann Wolff shows 3 of her sculptures in the Royal parc of Sollidens Castle on Öland, Sweden. From May to October 2016
“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.