Anne Wolff (Wärff)

Ann Wolff was born in 1937 in Lübeck, Germany. She lives and works on Gotland, Sweden. She studied at Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Ulm, and came to Pukeberg Glass Factory, Sweden as designer in 1960, later at Kosta Boda. Since 1978 Ann Wolff has been working in her own studio, first in Transjö and later on Gotland. She was professor of design at the Hochschule für bildende Kunst in Hamburg 1993 – 98. She has been teaching at Pilchuck, US, since 1977.

Ann Wolff is one of Sweden’s most well known glass artists. She has received many honors: The Lunning Prize in 1968, Coburger Glass Price 1977, Rakow Comission at Corning Museum of Glass 1997, Jurors Award at Corning in 2007 and in 2011 the European Culture Prize PRO EUROPA.

Ann Wolff is represented at museums and collections all over the world: Corning Museum of Glass, Kunstindustrimuseet in Copenhagen, Ebeltoft Glass Museum in Denmark, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum and Museum of Art and Design in New York, Musee des Arts Decoratif in Paris, National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg, Stadelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Ann Wolff has made public installation in e.g. chapel LDC (Landelijk Dienstencentrum) SOW (Samen op Weg), Utrecht,Holland.

Ann Wolff has exhibited e.g. at Danish Glass Museum Ebeltoft, Finnish Glass Museum Riihimäki Finland, Leo Kaplan and Habatat Galleries i USA, Global Art Glass in Borgholm, Aperto Vetro in Venedig, SOFA Art Fair in USA, Småland museum i Växjö, Liljevalchs in Stockholm. She exhibited at Galleri Landborg in 2009.

Art glass from this designer

Scupture "Sepia III"
Anne Wolff (Wärff)
Bowl, ”Someone is looking at me”,
Anne Wolff (Wärff)

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