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Born 11th  April 1957 in Stuttgart, Germany. Austrian

Lives and works in Dornbirn, Austria and Venice, Italy

Since 1974 studies of various painting and material techniques

Since 1981 various exhibitions and exhibition participations in Europe, USA, UAE, China and Japan

1984 Change to three-dimensional art; creation of wall- and room-installations made of wood, iron, photography, concrete and stone

1985 Studies of Raku-Ceramics. Integration of ceramic objects in her installations

1989 First stone sculptures

1992 Summer Academy Salzburg, teacher: Jim Dine

1993 Initiation of glass art

2008 Initiation of large-sized sculptures for public space

2016 launches  the label MEMORY OBJECTS BY EVA MOOSBRUGGER

AWARDS:

2009 cartazini Biennial Art Award, semifinalist

2015 focus open 2015, Int. Designprice Baden-Württemberg: Winner M I K Museum Information Kunst, Ludwigsburg Germany

2017 German Design Award 2017, Winner The German Design Council’s International Premier Prize for Excellent Product Design

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS AND EXHIBITION PARTICIPATIONS (SELECTION)

2018 The Other Art Fair Los Angeles, presented by Saatchi Art. Los Angeles, USA

2017 Austrian Glass Core. Venice, Italy

2017 Basilika Santa Croce: collateral exhibition to G7 Culture Meet. Florence, Italy

2016 Art Museum Bornholm DK: European Glass Context 2016. Bornholm, Denmark

2014 Veste Coburg, European Museum for Contemporary Glass. Coburg, Germany

2013 A.E.I.O.U. – Austrian Art in the Collection Würth, Museum Würth. Künzelsau, Germany

2013 5ème Biennale Internationale du Verre. Strasbourg, France

2013 International Festival of Glass, Muzeum Karkonoskie. Jelenia Gora, Poland

2012 Edsvik Konsthall and Sculpture Network International: European Sculpture – Difference and Diversity. Stockholm, Sweden

2012 and 2016 Alte Poststelle: Individual exhibition to the Schubertiade. Schwarzenberg,  Austria

2012 Würth Collection: Purchase of sculpture Three Black Stones. Künzelsau, Germany

2010 Grand Palais des Champs Elysées, Salon des Artistes Indépendants. Paris, France

2010 Martini Arte Internazionale, Nave Gallery, and Sculpture Network International: Contemporary European Sculpture – 30  Positions. Torino, Italy

2010 Oxo Tower Gallery, openartcodelondon. London, UK

2010 Don’t worry, be happy. Kunstverein Baden. Baden near Vienna, Austria

2009 cartazini Biennial International Art Award – voted amongst the best 100 artworks

2009 Int. Sculpture Triennial ragARTz, Switzerland and Liechtenstein

2009 Romanischer Keller, Hypo Galerie: Individual exhibition. Salzburg, Austria

2008 Stipend of Austrian Cultural Forum in Peking, PR China

2008 European Glass Context. Museum of the Arts. Bornholm, Denmark

2008 International Design Festival Hangzhou, PR China

2007 Vetro d‘ Artista – Int. Artists connected with Italian Glass. Madonna di Campiglio, Italy

2005 Stipend of Australian Government in Darwin, Australia

2004 Notojima Glass Art Museum, Japan

2004 Design Center Ishikawa, Japan: The International Exhibition Of Glass Kanazawa, Japan

2004 New Glass Review 25, The Corning Museum of Glass. NY, USA

2004 Hilton Hotel: Permanent Installation in Joe Zawinul’s Bar Birdland and the Restaurant. Vienna, Austria

2003 Austrian Glass Positions. Glasmuseum Immenhausen, Germany

2003 Toyamura International Sculpture Biennale. Hokkaido, Japan

2002 Art in Public Space, Dornbirn, Austria: Permanent Installation

2002 USA, SOFA Chicago. Society of Arts, Chicago, USA

2002 Glass Ways: European Glass from it’s origins until present. Museo d’ Aosta, Italy

2002 New Glass Review 23, The Corning Museum of Glass. New York, USA

2002 Glass and Poetry. Museum of Glass, Ebeltoft, Denmark

2001 Toyamura International Sculpture Biennial. Hokkaido, Japan

2001 Grant of Impulse Stiftung, Feldkirch, Austria

2001 The International Exhibition of Glass. Kanazawa, Japan

2000 Glasmuseum Frauenau, Germany

1998 Biennale “Venezia Aperto Vetro”. Venice, Italy

1998 Museum of Arts and Crafts. Hamburg, Germany

1997 Museum of Contemporary Art Het Paleis. The Hague, The Netherlands