Curriculum Vitae

Born 11th of April 1957 in Stuttgart, GE. Austrian Citizen.

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


Education: Autodidact.


Since 1974 studies of various painting and material techniques: watercolour, drawing, egg tempera and oilpainting.

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

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

1989 First stone sculptures    

1992 Summer Academy Salzburg: Drawing. Teacher: Jim Dine    

1995 First sculpture in glass

2009 First large-scaled sculptures for art in public space, made of steel and bronze

2015 Launches final PEACE FINE ART URNS by Eva Moosbrugger 





International exhibitions and exhibition participations (selection) and other aspects     

(additional to the gallery shows): 


2017 German Design Award 2017: Winner 

2016 European Glass Context, Bornholm Art Museum, Denmark 

2016 Kunsthalle Messmer, Riegel DE: Exhibition relating to the 4th Int. André Evard Award 

2015 MIK Museum Information Kunst, Ludwigsburg DE: focus open 2015, Int. Designpreis Baden-Württemberg  


2014 European Museum for Modern Glass, Veste Coburg GE 

2013 A.E.I.O.U. - Austrian Aspects in the Würth Collection, Museum Würth, Künzelsau GE  

2013 5ème Biennale Internationale du Verre, Strasbourg FR 

2012 Edsvik Konsthall, Stockholm Sweden: European Sculpture 

2011 New Technologies of Drawing - Symposium - a collaboration of University of Huddersfield UK and  

          Sculpture Network Int.  

2010 Art en Capital, Salon des Artistes Indépendants, Grand Palais, Paris FR 

2010 Contemporary European Sculpture, 30 positions. Curated by Patrizia Botallo, Martini Arte Int. & SCN. 

         Torino IT   

2010 Kunst Verein Baden, Baden / Vienna AT 

2009 4th Int. Sculpture Triennial ragARTz, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. With Botero,  

         Magdalena Abakanowicz, Heinz Mack, Daniel Spoerri, Kan Yasuda a. o.     

2009 Hypo Salzburg, Romanischer Keller, Austria: Solo exhibition. Curated by Dr. Hiltrud Oman 

2008 Stiftung Würth, Künzelsau: remittance work - art for architecture 

2008 Museum of the Arts, Bornholm (Denmark): European Glass Context 2008  

2008 International Design Festival Hangzhou, PR China  

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

2004 Notojima Glass Art Museum, Japan  

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

2004 The Corning Museum of Glass, NY: New Glass Review 25  

2004 Hilton Hotel, Vienna, Austria: Permanent Installation (Bar and Restaurant)  

2003 Glasmuseum Immenhausen, Germany: Austrian Glass Positions  

2003 Toyamura International Sculpture Biennale, Hokkaido, Japan  

2002 Art in Public Space, Dornbirn Austria: Permanent Installation  

2002 SOFA Chicago, Society of Arts, USA 

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

         With Armand, Louise Bourgeois, Daniel Spoerri, Tapio Wirkkala and others  

2002 The Corning Museum of Glass, N. Y.: New Glass Review 23  

2002 Glassmuseum Ebeltoft, Denmark: Glass and Poetry  

2001 Toyamura International Sculpture Biennale, Hokkaido Japan  

2001 The International Exhibition of Glass, Kanazawa Japan  

2000 Glasmuseum Frauenau, Germany  

1998 Biennale "Venezia Aperto Vetro", Venice Italy. Curators: Dan Klein, Attilia Dorigato and  

         Rosa Barovier Mentasti    

1998 Museum of Arts and Crafts, Hamburg, Germany  

1997 Museum of Contemporary Art Het Paleis, The Hague, NL, Curator: John Sillevis 


Represented in the following collections: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin DE, Sammlung Würth Künzelsau DE, Stiftung Würth Künzelsau DE, Glasmuseum Frauenau DE, Bundeskanzleramt Wien - Artothek des Bundes AT, Vorarlberger Landesmuseum Bregenz AT, Sammlung Otten Hohenems AT, Sammlung Jürg und Edda Zumtobel Dornbirn AT, Stadt Dornbirn AT, Sammlung Uwe Holy CH, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft DK, Sammlung Claire und Giovanni Sarti Paris FR