YOUNG GLASS 2017

YOUNG GLASS 2017

10.06. – 29.10. 2017

This summer the museum takes stock of the work created by the younger generation of artists working with glass in the 4th edition of YOUNG GLASS.

Young Glass has become a major international competition established to reward and promote innovation and young talent in contemporary glass. It was initiated by Glasmuseet Ebeltoft in 1987 and is repeated every 10th year.

Works by 57 artists have been selected for the exhibition by a high profile international jury and there will be four cash prizes totalling Euro 42,000 and two artist residencies awarded to the winners.

YOUNG GLASS 2017 can be seen at:

  • Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, 10th June – 29th October 2017
  • The Glass Factory, Sweden, 17th November 2017 – 11th March 2018
  • The National Glass Centre, Sunderland, UK, 24th March 2018 – 29th September 2018

The participants are:
Alexander Rosenberg, USA; Ayaha Fujiwara, Japan; Bjørn Friborg, Denmark; Carina Cecilia Cheung, USA; Carl Bens, Germany; Claire Deleurme, France; David King, USA; Erin Dickson, Great Britain; Eva Reddy, Ireland; Evelina Dovsten, Sweden; Evelyn Cromwell, Great Britain; Gabriel Feracci, France; Harry Morgan, Great Britain; Ida Wieth, Denmark; Jamie Katz, USA; Jean Thebault , France; Jennifer Halvorson, USA; Jennifer Crescuillo, USA; Joanna Manousis, Great Britain; Johanne Jahncke, Denmark; Joshua Hershman, USA; Judith Roux, France; Karen Donnellan, Ireland; Karin Forslund, Sweden; Karlis Bogustovs, Latvia; Kateriin Rikken, Estonia; Kathryn Wightman, Great Britain; Kirsten Storesund, Norway; Leah Kudel, Canada; Lena Feldmann, Germany; Lewis Batchelar, New Zealand; Luba Bakicová, Slovakia; Mafune Gonjo, Japan; Michie Kagajo, Japan; Morgan Peterson, USA; Nathalie Houghton, USA; Natsuki Katsukawa, Japan; Nikola Kovalíková, Slovakia; Paulius Rainys, Lithuania; Pavel Skrott, Czech Republic; Rasmus Nossbring, Sweden; Raven Skyriver, USA; Rebecca Arday, USA; Riikka Haapasaari, Finland; Rui Sasaki, Japan; Sachi Fujikake, Japan; Sarah Gilbert, USA; Sean O’Neill, USA; Steven Ciezki, USA; Tadeas Podracky, Czech Republic; Thomas Kuhn, Germany; Torsten Rötzsch, Germany; Victoria Ahmadizadeh, USA; Xueyu He, China; Zac Weinberg, USA; Zdenka Fusková, Czech  Republic; Zuzana Kubelková, Czech Republic.

The winners of YOUNG GLASS 2017 are:
THE EBELTOFT PRIZE, sponsored by Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Denmark
Zuzana Kubelková, Czech Republic

THE KVADRAT PRIZE, sponsored by Kvadrat A/S, Ebeltoft, Denmark
Kathryn Wightman, Great Britain

THE KYOHEI FUJITA MEMORIAL PRIZE, sponsored by the Fujita family, Japan
Erin Dickson, Great Britain

THE FINN LYNGGAARD PRIZE, sponsored by The Finn Lynggaard Foundation, Denmark
Bjørn Friborg, Denmark

THE SUNDERLAND RESIDENCY, sponsored by The National Glass Centre, Great Britain
Carina Cecilia Cheung, USA

THE GLASS FACTORY RESIDENCY, sponsored by The Glass Factory, Boda, Sweden
Rui Sasaki, Japan

THE SYBREN VALKEMA PRIZE, sponsored by the VRIJ GLAS Foundation, The Netherlands
Pavel Skrott, Czech Republic

THE EBELTOFT GLASS HEAP CHALLENGE
In connection with YOUNG GLASS 2017, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft together with British glass artist Matt Durran arranged the Ebeltoft Glass Heap Challenge “Rethinking beer drinking”. Read more here.

The exhibition has been supported by:
Augustinus Fonden
C.A.C. Fonden
Danmarks Nationalbanks Jubilæumsfond af 1968
Fonden Aarhus 2017

Collaboration Partner:

ÅBNINGSTIDER OG PRISER


01.04 – 31.10: 10 – 17 ALLE DAGE
01.07 – 31.08: 10 – 18 ALLE DAGE
01.11 – 31.03: 10 – 16 ONS – SØN


01.04 – 31.10: Voksne 100,-
01.11 – 31.03: Voksne 85,-
BØRN 6 – 17 ÅR: 30,- hele året
GRUPPER: (min. 20 personer) 20% rabat
HANDICAPLEDSAGER: Gratis


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